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Junior Farmers Association of Ontario 75th Anniversary Banquet

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Junior Farmers Association of Ontario 75th Anniversary Banquet

Time: July 27, 2019 at 2pm to July 28, 2019 at 1pm
Location: Brampton Fairgrounds
Street: 12942 Heart Lake Rd,
City/Town: Caledon, ON L7C 2J3
Website or Map: http://www.jfao.on.ca/membee-…
Event Type: anniversary, celebration
Organized By: Junior Farmers Association of Ontario
Latest Activity: Jun 12

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Event Description

Celebrating 75 years of JFAO.

 
2pm: A FREE afternoon of family friendly events. Come and socialize, reminisce, meet new friends, and reconnect with old!

6pm: The banquet will begin at 6pm, with dinner served at 6:30pm. Tickets are $35 each and include admission to the dance.
 
9pm: The dance will begin at 9pm for those with banquet tickets. Additional dance tickets are available at the door starting at 9pm for $10.
Please RSVP if you are attending the Afternoon Events, even if you are purchasing a Banquet Ticket.

Banquet Ticket $35.00

Purchase one ticket for the banquet and dance. Banquet begins at 6pm, dinner at 6:30pm, and dance to follow.

Contact Person : Vicki Dickson

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