The Peru Fair has returned to its home stomping ground after a three-year absence. The one-day fair has drawn crowds of up to 10,000 during its 26-year run. People come from as far away as Europe to experience this fall classic event. The day begins at 9 a.m., featuring The March of the Porkers Parade at 9:45 a.m., Sat. Sept. 29 a.m., according to The Bennington Banner.
The pig-theme continues throughout the day with an organic pig roast beginning at 11 a.m. Entertainment and 75 Vermont crafts vendors will be on hand, along with hay rides and magic acts. The fun ends at 4 p.m. Park at Bromley Mountain where shuttles are waiting to take you to the fair site. It’s a nice way to enjoy a fall day.