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Erin Fall Fair 2022

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Erin Fall Fair 2022

Time: October 6, 2022 at 8am to October 10, 2022 at 9pm
Location: Erin Agricultural Society
Street: 184 Main St, Erin,
City/Town: ON N0B 1T0
Website or Map: https://www.erinfair.com/map/
Phone: (519) 833-2808 (please leave a message)
Event Type: farm, fair
Organized By: OAAS
Latest Activity: Sep 16, 2022

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Event Description

Erin Agricultural Society welcome you this year to the 172nd Erin Fair.

The goal and mandate of the Erin Agricultural Society is to create awareness and to foster education about agriculture, farming and country life. The Erin Fair is proud to be in the heart of the Erin community and in the heart (and country soul) of locals who have supported and partnered with the E.A.S. over 166 years.

As an organization Erin Agricultural Society strive to keep the fair a place for people to showcase their livestock, promote their homecraft skills, and genuinely have a good time. Keeping a balance of new and continuing exhibits and entertainment is a fine balance.

THANKSGIVING WEEKEND
OCTOBER 6-10, 2022
GATES OPEN:
5 pm Thursday / 4 pm Friday
8 am Saturday, Sunday & Monday

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EMAIL: secretary@erinfair.com
PHONE: (519) 833-2808 (please leave a message)

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