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Rainy River Valley Agricultural Fall Fair

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Rainy River Valley Agricultural Fall Fair

Time: August 13, 2020 at 9am to August 15, 2020 at 7pm
Location: Rainy River Valley Agricultural Society exhibition center
Website or Map: http://www.emofair.com/
Phone: (807) 487-1888.
Event Type: fair
Organized By: Rainy River Valley Agricultural Society
Latest Activity: Jul 7

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Event Description

Anyone wishing to purchase a membership or obtain books and tags may do so at the Fairgrounds Office. Entries for ALL exhibits will be received at the Exhibition Hall on Wednesday, August 12th from 4:00 to 8:00 pm only.

RRVAS requires workers for the Fair. Gates, Exhibition Hall, and Parking Attendants please call Laura Haglin at 487-1888.

Advance midway tickets are on sale at the above locations until Wednesday evening August 12th then at the fair office until Thursday evening August 13th - $28.00 a savings of $5.00.

Gate admission is $3.00 per person per day. You do not need advanced midway tickets to enter the fairgrounds. You can pay your $3.00 admission at the gate.

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