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Shedden Fair - August 27 - 28

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Shedden Fair - August 27 - 28

Time: August 27, 2011 to August 28, 2011
Location: Shedden Keystone Complex
Street: 35921 Talbot Line
City/Town: Shedden, ON
Website or Map: http://maps.google.com/maps?q…
Phone: 519 - 764 - 2939
Event Type: county, fair
Organized By: Shedden Agricultural Society
Latest Activity: Aug 3, 2011

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Event Description

If you like a good breakfast, a demolition derby, race featuring lawn tractors, livestock shows, exhibits and a midway, then the Shedden Fair is the place for you.

Held by the Shedden Agricultural Society, the fair will run from August 27 - 28 this year in Shedden

 

Shedden Keystone Complex
35921 Talbot Line, Shedden, ON N0L 2E0, Canada

 

You can visit their website for more infomation and classes
http://sheddenfair.villagecrierdutton.ca/index.htm

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