The Bolton Fair is a small town, agricultural fair that has been around for over 137 years. In 1874 when the Fair first began, the animal shows and agricultural exhibits were the heart of the Fair and still are to this day. There's also great food and entertainment, crafts, commercial exhibits, farmers' market, rides, lots of demonstrations, and a place just for kids. Now, as in the beginning, the Bolton Fair is run entirely by volunteers and typically draws about 30,000 people.
The Bolton Fair, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization operating under the rules and regulations of the Massachusetts Office of the Attorney General, Division of Public Charities. Your contribution is tax-deductable to the extent provided by law, less the value of any goods or services received.
The committee that puts on the Bolton Fair includes more than 100 volunteers who help to run animal shows, set up exhibits, prepare the grounds and maintain equipment, plan and organize exhibits and entertainment, publicize events, arrange parking, take tickets, check in vendors, and clean up when it's all over!
Rose Darden, President
Linda Crabtree, Treasurer
Joe Kovacs, Vice President
Bob Rosadini, Member at Large
Eric Jakubowicz, Manager Grounds & Equipment
Bob Johnson, Secretary
P.O. Box 154
Bolton, MA 01740
The Fairgrounds at Lancaster
318 Seven Bridge Road
Lancaster, MA 01523
The Noel Hanson Memorial Scholarship of $1,000 is awarded to a high school senior who has demonstrated "specific significant Bolton Fair service for at least one year," and who shows academic effort. The Bolton Fair Committee awards scholarships annually to local students who plan to pursue higher education. Bolton Fair Scholarships of $500 each are awarded to students who are "well-rounded, perform community service, doing the best they can."
Congratulations to the 2012 recipients:
Megan Fournier (Nashoba Regional High School) - Noel Hanson Memorial Scholarship
Isabelle Tower (Nashoba Regional High School) - Noel Hanson Memorial Scholarship
Unless otherwise noted, all photos on this site have been licensed by The Bolton Fair, Inc. and may not be redistributed, or used to create derivative works, without the express written consent of the Bolton Fair, Inc. or the original copyright holder, whichever applies.
The Bolton Fair, in association with its waste disposal vendor is practicing single stream recycling. All material deposited into the trash containers during the Bolton Fair are sorted and recycled. Rest assured we are doing our part to protect the environment and resources for future generations.