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2015 Fair Book
Download the 2015 Aberfoyle Fall Fair book
President- Charlie Tilt (905) 854-2713
1st Vice President- Vince Klimkosz - 519-820-3639
2nd Vice President- Vacant
Past President- Don McKay
Secretary- Dorothy Grasett, 519-265-4815
Treasurer- Diane Zadro, 519-648-9895
Janice McCaig, Jamie Bousfield, Charlie Tilt, Jean Hume, Robert Gordon, Jordon Mazurkewich
Gayle Rice, Diane Harris, Hugh MacDonald Joanne Holt, Don Harris, Samantha Rice
Susan Gauvin, Glenn Sutton, Don Mckay, Bill Crow, Vince Klimkosz, Jenn Deter, Meghan Yzerman
Past President Director- Bill Crow
Honorary Directors - Isabel Crow, John Gilmour, Betty MacDonald, Helen McLean, Robert McCaig Ted Arnott MPP & Michael Chong, MP.
Many times thank you to our regular donors
We couldn’t do it without your support.
Friday September 11, 2015
Homecraft entries - Receiving 9:00 to 5:00 Local Tractor Pull - 7:00 PM
Saturday September 12, 2015
Antique Tractor Display - Children’s races & games - Pet Show - 4-H Club Events Old MacDonald's Farm - Fire Department Display - Novelty Contests Loonie in the Straw - Kids Pedal Tractor Pull - Market Place - Education Display Livestock, Garden Produce, Junior & Preschool Exhibits - Junior Garden Club Home Baking, Canning, Needle Work, Fancy Work and Hand-Crafts
Live music on the patio “Elvis”, Children’s Entertainment, ATV pull 3:30 pm All Day Threshing bee, with Roast Beef Dinner serving at 5:00 pm Saturday Evening Dance - 8:00 PM to Midnight with The Puslinch Country Squires
Special, This year only
PUSLINCH THRESHING BEE
For the 175th birthday of the Aberfoyle Agricultural Society, The Puslinch Threshing Bee Group will have a threshing bee at the Fair, followed by a roast beef dinner, serving from 5 to 7 - come early, the threshers eat hearty. The bee is free, the dinner will require a ticket for $15.00 per person. Get your ticket early,
Welcome to the 175 anniversary of the Aberfoyle Agricultural Society. Formed in 1840, in response to an act in provincial parliament providing a stipend to any district society which encouraged agriculture, the society in 1847 decided to host an annual fair. Initially held mid week in the month of October, the fall fair became a highlight of the year for local farmers. Since its early beginnings the fair has seen many changes but has continued to survive and increase the awareness of, and improve the quality of agriculture, home crafts and the rural lifestyle. While many new activities are planned for our 175th this year's Fall Fair will host a good old harvest threshing bee. Put on by the Puslinch threshing bee group, which ran a bee for 5 years, they have generously volunteered to run a threshing bee on fair day. Several times during the day participants will be threshing grain using antique equipment. To top the day off there will be an old fashion threshing bee beef dinner. So come on out and enjoy what the best little fair around can offer.
Aberfoyle Agricultural Society offers special thanks to the levels of government supporting the fair:
The Province of Ontario
The County of Wellington
The Township of Puslinch
The Township of Guelph-Eramosa