Winter is finally over! The Rochester Country Fair will hold its 2nd Annual Metal Recycling Fundraiser on Saturday, April 26. Get ready for spring and help support the Rochester Country Fair by donating your unwanted ferrous and non-ferrous metals to the Rochester Country Fair! Donations of scrap metal items can be dropped off at the Fairgrounds, located at 65 Pine Street, on Saturday, April 26 between the hours of 9:00 am and 4:00 pm. Rain date is Sunday, April 27.
Scrap metal collected will help support the Rochester Country Fair as we continue to make improvements to the fairgrounds and bring new and exciting events to the Fair. So get ready for spring by cleaning up some unwanted recyclable items in your yard while supporting your local fair.
If you have any questions or need assistance in getting your donated items to the Fairgrounds, please don’t hesitate to contact the Fair Committee at Rochestercountryfair@comcast.net or visit us on the web at www.rochesterma.com.
We will also be accepting intact car batteries for recycling.
No tires on rims or appliances containing Freon will be accepted.
Please properly drain all fluids out of engines and transmissions prior to delivery.
While you’re there, the New England Antique Tractor & Truck Association will be hosting an Antique Tractor and Garden Tractor Pull, Static Show of Antique Farm Tractors, Garden Tractors and Trucks as well as a Swap Meet at the Fairgrounds. The NEATTA Club has been very helpful in assisting the RCF Committee, and we are happy to provide them with a place to host their popular spring show. The event will also have kid’s games and crafts. A cash donation or donation of non-perishable canned food is asked per person and will be delivered to Shepherd’s food pantry. Please visit their website NEATTA.org or contact Bev Baker at 508-222-7109 for additional information on this event.
The Rochester Country Fair Committee will be serving coffee and donuts in the morning as well as serving hot lunch out of the Fair’s Food Booth. Rain date is scheduled for Sunday, April 27.