Bortner Show's mission is to provide Clean, Safe, and Colorful Family fun! We work closely to allow all to feel safe and have a wonderful experience on our attractions. We want all our customers to walk away feeling special and happy from attending our midway.
OUR TOP 5 PRIORITIES
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From Carmel Apples, Sno-Cones, Cotton Candy, PopCorn, Funnel Cakes, Ice Cold Drinks, Fresh Cut Fries, Hamburgers, Grilled Corn, Salads, and more! We have the food to make your event delicious.
From a 14' Dry or Wet Wave Slide to a small Kiddie Bounce House, or our 15'.2" Kiddie Ferris Wheel and so much more. We have 7 attractions we know you and your event will love.
We have carnival games for all ages. From a Duck Pond, Balloon Pop, Fish Bowl Game and so much more!!
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Churches, Schools, Camps, Sports Events, BBQ’s, Fairs, Parties, Family reunions, family functions, and more!
From inside churches, schools, community centers and more. Great between November and April for the winter months.
FAIRS & FESTIVALS
From local church festivals, to local street fairs and we got you covered for all type of events.
It is popularly believed that these crispy-fried confections were created by the Pennsylvania Dutch, a group of German immigrants who landed in Pennsylvania before the 19th century. (www.gmpopcorn.com)
America's earliest known carousel seems to have appeared in 1799 in Salem, Massachusetts, and was advertised as a wooden horse circus ride. (www.spokanecarrousel.org)
Inflatable structures (or bounce houses) were first designed by a mechanical engineer named John Scurlock in 1959. The idea of designing an inflatable house occurred to him when he saw his employees jumping on the inflatable covers for tennis courts. (www.kidspartycentre.com)
The Ferris Wheel was Invented in 1893 for the Chicago World's Fair. The inventor George W. Ferris a bridge builder, came up with the concept of the Ferris Wheel and sketched it on a cocktail napkin at an Engineer's Banquet in 1891. (www.shootingstar.ca)
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