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The Rib Cook-Off takes places on Saturday September 9th from Noon to 6pm. Please read attached rules below. Sign up and register before the deadline.
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Taylor Ribey chosen 2019 Fair Ambassador !
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
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. […]
2020 Executive Chosen at January Annual Meeting
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 […]
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
Stay Safe and Be Kind to Each Other