The Kirkton-Woodham Community Centre’s exhibit hall will be brimming with the sights and smells of the area’s best baking, canning, quilting, fruits, vegetables and field crops tonight and for the rest of the weekend as the Kirkton Agricultural Society’s 147th Kirkton Fall Fair gets underway. Exhibits are open for viewing beginning at 7:00 pm, the same time the talent show is set to begin outside (so bring your lawnchairs!).
A full slate of events is set for tomorrow, Sept. 12 including the fair parade at 11:00 am, a demonstration by the Granton Fire Department at noon, a musical puppet show put on by Roberta Walker at 1:00 pm, extreme unicycling by World Champion Jack Sebben at 1:30 pm, a birds of prey demonstration at 2:30 pm and the “Farmer’s Olympics” at 3:00 pm. Also don’t miss the Kirkton 4-H Dairy Club’s Achievement Day show at noon, a sure-to-be-adorable baby show at 12:30 pm and live fiddle music at 2:00 pm.
Occurring throughout the day Saturday will be carnival games, a bale maze, numerous inflatable diversions, a bubble machine and much more at the Optimist Fun Zone, Wes’s Petting Zoo and Farm Animal Display, the Gay Lea Antique Travelling Museum, the Wild Turkey Federation Fur Pelts and Animal Display and a “Paint a Derby Car” display.
A community church service will take place Sunday, Sept. 13 at 10:00 am before the return of the demolition derby, at 1:00 pm.
Don’t miss out on the opportunity to take part in these events, fun for all ages, and delicious fair food. For more information, visit Kirkton.ca and find the event “Kirkton Fall Fair” on Facebook.