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Tiverton Land Trust Gets Ready for 'A Country Day At Pardon Gray'

The annual Pardon Gray Day, a country-inspired family-oriented festival of fun is on Saturday, Sept. 15.

The fields on Pardon Gray Preserve are being hayed and baled to make space for parking and hay rides – a sure sign that Tiverton Land Trust is gearing up for "A Country Day at Pardon Gray" on Saturday, Sept. 15. 

To see the activity, follow the Burma Shave signs on Main Road in Tiverton near Four Corners. Since the first “Country Day” fair in 2001, families have enjoyed children's games and activities, exhibits and demonstrations, grilled barbeque and pie a la mode, music and hayrides, and the marketplace of artists, crafters and other vendors.

What is your most cherished Pardon Gray Day memory? Tell us in the comments below.

KSilvia September 11, 2012 at 07:26 PM
Great event!
Wayne Browning September 12, 2012 at 12:49 PM
The best memories are seeing families playing and laughing together all day
EMB September 12, 2012 at 01:29 PM
Love all the exhibits and activities; meeting people from all over Town; watching teens help younger kids build bird boxes or catch fish; listening to Gary Farias while eating home made pie with a scoop of Gray's; smelling the sausage and peppers on the grill.
Sue Anderson September 12, 2012 at 10:18 PM
We love the tractor pulls and the antique tractors!

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