Paisley Fall Fair
We had the most amazing 2022 fair !!
Record attendance, lots of families enjoying all our exhibits, activities and performances.
Mark Your Calendar for Next Year …. The planning has already begun.
Sunday September 10, 2023
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This is an awesome opportunity for a young man or woman in our community, to learn new skills, meet new people and try something new, that will look amazing on a resume.
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New Executive for 2022
On Thursday January 20th the Paisley Ag Society hosted their AGM via zoom. Elections were held and 2022 the Ag Society will be led by the following team: President: Gail Fullerton, 1st Vice President: John Thornburn, 2nd Vice President: Ellen Stark-Skippen, Past President: Ron Teeple, Homecraft Coordinator: Carolyn Hodgins, Secretary-Treasurer: Berni MacKinnon Directors: Linda Baumberger, Lori […]
Free Family Fun Bags
We are offering 75 free Family Activity Bags to families in our community to help you keep on enjoying baking, making, crafting, growing and learning. We’re also including a taste of the fair for you to share. We’re so very sad that we won’t see you all at our fall fair this September! Every year, […]
Fall Fair Day Car Rally
Mark your calendars for Sunday Sept. 12th and join us for a traditional back roads Car Rally. Tour the former townships of Elderslie, Brant, Bruce, Saugeen and Greenock on a route that will educate, entertain and remind you of our traditional Fall Fair events. You will need to pre-register before Monday Sept. 6th, arrive at […]
Photo Gallery from 2022 Fall Fair
A Message from the President…..
2022 Fall Fair a Huge Success
My first year as President, was a year of re-grouping, trying new things, and continuing with traditional things in a new way. My team of volunteer committee chairpeople, Executive and extra volunteers who come forth for fair weekend, are what make this entire event possible. I love working with everyone, and it is so much fun….. but a bit exhausting too.
Special thanks to our secretary-treasurer Berni who attends to so many details, and even when the fair is long over, she is still working at wrapping up and getting started on the next fair.
If you attended, we hope you thoroughly enjoyed your day. If you volunteered, we hope you will continue, as new ideas and many hands make this all possible. If you exhibited, we hope you learned something and will give it a try again next year.
Our next meeting is Thursday January 19th, as we wrap up 2022 and begin to look ahead to 2023. We will then meet the fourth Thursday of each month, to plan and organize our 167th Fall Fair. Please consider joining our group and volunteering your time. Gail Fullerton
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