Mayne Island Fall Fair: Sat Aug 20


91st Annual Mayne Island Fall Fair 
Saturday, August 20th, 2016
Mayne Island Agricultural Hall and Grounds

Come and join your community in the celebration of our 91st Fall Fair.  We look forward to you entering exhibits in the Fair, participating in the amazing Zucchini Races, and enjoying the games and events planned for the day.

Our theme this year is "Home Grown". We will have displays of home grown produce and materials as well as home grown performers on our stage all the while using our home grown volunteers. There will be a Farmer's Market on Minty Drive, the Lions will have their hamburger and hot dog stand, the Lunch Room will be open again this year with a quiet restful place to eat and catch your breath, as well as popcorn and ice cream for all.

Fernhill Road will be closed to vehicle traffic for the day which allows everyone to enjoy the activities on both side of Fernhill at the Gaol/Museum and at the Agricultural Hall and on the grounds.  Hope to see you there!

Schedule of Activities:

9:00 am Road closure

10:00 am Fair grounds open
Lunch Room opens on the Hall Patio serving sandwiches, sweets, coffee, tea and lemonade
Farmers Market and Community Groups on Minty Drive
Museum/Gaol and Barn open
Parade assembly, Fernhill and Campbell Bay Rds. with walkers at Fernhill and Mill Rds.

11:30 am Parade begins

12:00 pm Fair and Hall exhibits declared open by Trustee Jeanine Dodds and MLA Gary Holman.
Master of Ceremonies, Brian Haller will announce Door prizes and activities throughout the day.
Ongoing Main Grounds Activities:  Face Painting, Mr. Bubbles the Balloon Clown, Demos of weaving, and spinning, Arts and Crafts for Children, Conservancy Game and Recycling Game, Guess the Weight of the Round Hay Bale and Raffle ticket sales.
“Home Grown” display showcasing the produce and products of Mayne Island farmers and producers.
The Lions will be serving up their famous hot dogs and hamburgers and calling Bingo on Dixon Road.
Popcorn and Ice Cream cones, water and pop available from 12:00 pm. Water refill station located on  the grounds for those wishing to fill their thermal containers.
Museum/Thrift Shop Area Activities:  Miniature Horse, Wheat Grinding, Water Pumps, Wringer Washing Machine, Bubble Station and Mason Bees Display.

12:15 pm Nail Driving, children and adults

12:45 pm Pender Highlanders Pipe Band

1:00 pm Adult Trophies awarded

1:15 pm Songs by Hailey Stobart

1:30 pm Zucchini Races

2:30 pm Songs by Taelor Anderson

2:45 pm Children's Trophies awarded

3:15 pm Tug of War, children and adults

4:00 pm Raffle Draw
Fair Closes

Please keep in mind that exhibits must remain in the Hall until the Fair closes at 4:00 pm.

For further information please contact Carol Haller (250) 539-2847

posted August 2016

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