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Price to headline fair entertainment
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TRINITY – The Dennis Price Band will be headlining the entertainment this year during the 62nd Annual Trinity Community Fair, which opens Friday, Sept. 23, at the Trinity Community Center. The band will perform in the Pavilion at 8 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 24. Price, who has lived in Trinity, began by singing in church, then learned piano and other instruments. According to his website, www.dennisprice.com, “When Dennis performs you feel the emotion going into the music not just a singer......his song writing is one of a kind a he prides himself with having his own style to not be compared with other artists.” More music is in store with The Lightning Bob Band at 7 p.m. on Friday, Sept, 23 on the front stage; fair favorite Glen Lenderman from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday on the front stage; and PearlSnaps at 4p.m. on the front stage. The Singlewide Blues Band will play in the Pavilion at 2 p.m. on Saturday. Singlewide is made up of four local friends: lead guitarist Patrick Ross, lead vocalist and rhythm guitarist Matthew Morrison, percussionist Matt Carter and bass guitarist Lewis Letter. The Singlewide Band is a local favorite every Thursday night in downtown Trinity at Tiny's Tavern. The group has been playing and recording together for two years, and is in the process of starting a recording studio. In addition to their love of music, they are family oriented performers and community volunteers. A complete schedule of entertainment and other events will appear in next week’s Trinity Standard and can also be downloaded from the Fair’s website http://www.trinitycommunityfair.com./ The carnival will open on Thursday, Sept. 22 at 5p.m. Wristbands priced at $15 will entitle the wearer to unlimited rides from 5-10pm. Friday’s wristband, also $15.00 will be valid from noon until 10 pm. On Saturday, the “A” wristband ($15) will be valid from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. and the “B” wristband ($15) from 5-10 p.m. The City of Trinity and the Trinity Community Fair Association will be offering commemorative fans in the same handy pocket-size that proved to be so popular last year. They can be picked up at the hospitality booth in the exhibit hall along with the 2011 Fair program packed with pictures, information & messages from the fair’s generous sponsors. A variety of opportunities to shop, eat & learn will be available including a quilt raffle by the Most Holy Trinity Catholic Church Ladies Guild, a television raffle from Loaves and Fishes Food Pantry, genealogy information from the Trinity County Genealogical Society, spicy treats from Uncle Ray the Cajun Clown, Showtime Puppets, Western Ironworks, Jo Roberts Pet Products, Lights by Cynthia, Scentsy products, hair bows, jewelry, woodcrafts, lamp oil, coffee samples, package dip andbread mixes and much more; something for everyone.