|The Dunnville Fair|
The 21st Annual Dunnville Fair was successful and we would like to thank all of our Exhibitors, Volunteers, Vendors, Board Members and Community Members that came out to support us. Our Grand Suds winner was a local supporter D. Crawford. The Ontario Association of Agricultural Society Competition winners where: Hand Quilt S. Murphy, Machine Quilt B. Forbes, 60% Whole Wheat Bread M. Clark, Junior Chocolate Chip Cookie Competition A. Jackson. These winners represented the Dunnville Fair at the Nov 1st O.A.A.S. District 6 meeting at Binbrook Fair Grounds. Congratulations to B. Forbes as her winning Machine Quilt will go on to compete in the all Ontario Quilt Competition in February at the O.A.A.S. Convention in Toronto. The WW Bread loaf placed 3rd. Congratulations and thank you to all who competed.
The 21st Annual Dunnville Agricultural Fair will feature competitions in home/hand craft,(quilting, knitting, fancy work, crafts & clothing), canning, baking, horticulture, amateur photography, art (any medium), community challenge, junior competitions, school fair, home craft demos, goats, novice goat keepers, sheep, future shepherds, light/heavy horse show, miniature horse show, baby show, pet show, petting zoo, kid's games & activities, entertainment, food, fun, midway and demolition derby!
Grand Suds Winner 2014 - E Biggs of St. Catherines
Mission statement: "The Dunnville Agricultural Society serves to promote agricultural awareness in our community; to engage and educate people in conserving the importance of our rural heritage."
Vision statement: "The Dunnville Agricultural Society will be a financially sustainable organization through community involvement and partnerships. By innovation, active presence and permanent facilities we will continue to engage, educate and promote agricultural awareness in our community."
Open to ALL CHILDREN in Dunnville and the surrounding areas.
Only one entry from each student in each section allowed.
Name of School and Students name must appear on the entry tags only.
Entry tags must be placed in the lower right hand corner of the printing, writing and artwork.
School entry tags are to be filled out by a teacher or parent.
This year's quilt Chrysillis It is a Queen size
The winner of the Quilt challenge is B Topp of Dunnville ticket #514Draw was November 20th , 2014 only 1500 tickets were printed
Tickets were $1 and available only by contacting the office, coming to one of our events, contacting a Board member & at the Dunnville Fair
Daily admission to the Fair as follows: $5 per adult/senior, $4 for Students & Youth (13 to 17), $2 for Children (6-12). Children 6 and under are free when accompanied by an adult. Adult 2 day pass $8. Family Day Pass (2 adults and 2 Children aged 6-12) $12