Family Park Structures
|The Pepsi Stage built in 1954 has been used for staging many
entertaining musical, dance, and Native American performers while their
fans were enjoying picnic lunches. Originally known as the State
Fair Bandshell, it was painted on it that "No greater talent hath man
than that for entertaining others." The newly added AT & T stage
is used primarily for larger bands.
|Built in the 1930's by the WPA/CCC as a home and office for the
State Fair Commissioner, this 3,420 square foot stone masonry structure is still
used for a variety of meetings and conferences.
Last modified June 7, 2001