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The BigE - Eastern States Exposition | Visit largest fair in the Northeast - the BigE

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Listen to this internet radio broadcast with the host of Cruise with Bruce radio Bruce Oliver as we will listen to moderators talk about each building on the Avenue of States as well as the Farmorama and Mallory Buildings. Each of the six New England States have buildings that they own on the Avenue of States on the western side of the fair grounds. Listen to this program as the moderators from Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine talk about their state's part in the fair. If you are interested in one state more than another then you may want to go to the fair on the day that the fair will feature that state with a parade and other special activities. For more information subscribe to my blog at http://Blog.CruiseWithBruce.com. You may be interested in downloading this broadcast from my blog and using it as you walk the fair grounds.

About The BigE (AKA Eastern States Exposition)

The Eastern States Exposition or BigE Fair that's held for two weeks at the end of every Sept and beginning of October. Located in West Springfield, Massachusetts, on 175 acres, Eastern States Exposition is home to more than 100 shows and events including The Big E, the largest fair in the Northeast, as well as Storrowton Village Museum and Storrowton Tavern, which are open year-round.  Eastern States Exposition was founded in 1916 and is a not-for-profit agricultural, educational institution. The original purpose was to set aside time in the Fall for the New England agricultural community to celebrate the harvest and share new technology.