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
Consider entering this delicious competition and showing off your BBQ skills.
This event takes place Saturday Sept. 10th with winners announced at Opening Ceremonies Sat. evening
Latest News Posts
At Opening Ceremonies on Saturday Sept. 7th, Taylor Ribey, daughter of Bruce and Heather Ribey was chose as our Ambassador for this year. Great opening ceremonies with a record live auction of first place pies, official opening by Dr. Tammi Ribey, and presentation of Agricultural Service Award to John and Lisa Thornburn.
Barn Quilt Workshops We are the grateful recipients of a grant providing financial support from Community Foundation Grey Bruce to offer barn quilt workshops in 2019. Our first workshop ran July 15th to 18th and was very well attended! The second workshop ran in late September and hosted even more eager barn quilt painters. […]
At the Annual General meeting of the Paisley Agricultural Society, held January 2020 at the Presbyterian Church, the following 18 Directors were named: Elaine Alexander, Lori Bryce, Elaine Blue, Lynn Cecchetti, Pat Cecchetti, Mary DeBrabandere, Marvin Double, Carolyn Hodgins, Ron Teeple , John Thornburn, Rob Fullerton, Gail Fullerton, Laura Fullerton, Joan Lyons, Shane Ryall, Lisa […]
Welcome to 2022!
I am very excited to become the new 2022 President of this great community organization. I have been involved since I moved to Paisley in 1991 when I married my husband Rob. We started on the Ambassador committee for three years, then I moved on to the Flower committee, before taking over as Secretary-Treasurer in 2002 and staying in that role for 14 years. I have seen truly significant changes in the organization in 31 years to make our fair the envy of many other fairs. That takes really awesome volunteers, working together, to continue a community tradition that started back in 1856.
We have cancelled the 2020 and 2021 Fall Fairs, but are truly hoping that restrictions will be moderate enough that we can host a 2022 Fall Fair. Watch for an announcement in early May.
In the meantime, I hope that we can gather a few more volunteers who would lend their skills to our organization and join in the fun. Please touch base with me (I am at the grocery store!) and we can chat!
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