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Royal Agricultural Winter Fair

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Royal Agricultural Winter Fair

Time: November 6, 2009 to November 15, 2009
Location: Ricoh Coliseum, Exhibition Grounds
Street: 100 Princes Blvd
City/Town: Toronto, Ontario
Website or Map: http://www.royalfair.org
Phone: 416-263-3400
Event Type: fair
Organized By: Gayle McPherson
Latest Activity: Oct 27, 2009

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Event Description

Every November, Country Comes to the City!

The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair is a unique event that takes place every November in the City of Toronto. The Royal is the largest combined indoor agricultural fair and international equestrian competition in the world. Where Canadian and International breeders, growers and exhibitors are declared champions and where hundreds of thousands of attendees come to learn, compete, shop and have a great time with friends and family. The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair is a registered, not-for-profit charity - charitable number 10464 2772 RR0001.

The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair began on November 22, 1922 with an astonishing 17,000 agricultural entries and over 150,000 visitors. Now planning for its 87th year, The Royal continues to hold an important place in the world of agriculture and in the hearts and minds of the many participants and visitors - now over 326,000 strong - who continue to appreciate this truly one-of-a-kind event.

We hope you’ll join us this November, and become an official member of our ‘Royal Family’.

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