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Riceville Agriculture Fair

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Riceville Agriculture Fair

Time: August 28, 2021 at 10am to August 29, 2021 at 6pm
Location: Riceville Agricultural Society
Street: 4029 County, Road 16
City/Town: Riceville, ON4232315
Website or Map: https://www.ricevilleagrsocie…
Phone: 613-673-5064
Event Type: agriculture, fair
Organized By: THE RICEVILLE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY
Latest Activity: Jul 27, 2021

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Fairgoers can expect traditional and newer attractions. This is Riceville's fair 154th birthday. Friday night features Red neck Rodeo, featuring red neck games, live music, fireworks show. Saturday there will be English and Western horse shows. Youth beef show, exhibit hall, firefighter challenge, children's area, pasta supper, street-legal truck pull, live music. Sunday brunch, light and heavy horse shows, antique and farm stock tractor pull, Towing Demo, recreational horseshoe tournament., live music.
                                              - Valerie Reid, Fair Secretary

Facebook: https://facebook.com/ricevilleFair

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