Great Cambridge Fair DVD

In the 1970's Bob Raymond, Carleton Foster and Kerry McKernon put together a narrated slide show of the history of the Great Cambridge Fair. This year Ken Gottry converted the show to DVD. The photos and narration depict the fair from when it was moved by J. B. Rice from Lake Lauderdale to the north edge of the village in 1890 until its demise shortly after World War II. The floral parade, the airship, the 1890's auto race with electric cars; it's all here. The DVD concludes with the attached photo of the bandstand and judges station as most of us remember the fairgrounds in the 60s.

Order your copy of the DVD now. It makes a perfect gift. The DVD costs $10 plus $1 for shipping and handling. All proceeds go to the CCS Alumni Scholarship fund. Make your check payable to CCS Alumni Scholarship and send to:

Great Cambridge Fair DVD
c/o CCS Alumni Association
24 South Park Street
Cambridge, NY 12816

You can also send your requests to Ken Gottry ( so he can begin burning your copy of the DVD. However, all payments should still be sent to the above address.

[ note ]: this is the same DVD being offered locally through the Cambridge Historical Society. I am posting this ad on the CCS Alumni website for those who may not be in the area, or for those who prefer to make their contribution to the CCS Alumni Scholarship fund.


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