Thursday, June 28, 2007
By Shari L. Berg
One of the biggest fairs in Western Pennsylvania is boasting some big entertainment this year. The Big Butler Fair, now in its 152nd year, features rides, animals, demolition derbies and music to please just about everyone. And don’t forget the funnel cakes and corn dogs. The fair runs from tomorrow through July 7 and is held at the fairgrounds in Prospect….
Visitors will be able to see Kay Rosaire’s Big Cat Encounter, featuring Clayton Rosaire, the youngest professional big-cat handler in the business. At age 19, the troupe claims Mr. Rosaire is the youngest tiger tamer in the world. Mr. Rosaire will lead Siberian and Bengal tigers through a series of complex routines. Mr. Roenigk said the show will be at the fair daily for the entire week….
A complete listing of all fair events can be found on the fair’s Web site at www.bigbutlerfair.com
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