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South Mountain Fair

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South Mountain Fair

Time: August 13, 2020 to August 16, 2020
Location: Mountain Township Agricultural Hall
Street: 2967 Lough Rd,
City/Town: South Mountain, ON K0E 1W0
Website or Map: https://southmountainfair.ca/
Phone: 613-989-3815
Event Type: agricultural, fair
Organized By: Mountain Township Agricultural Society
Latest Activity: Mar 16

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Event Description

The Mountain Township Agricultural Society is pleased to welcome everyone to our 127th Annual South Mountain Fair. Join us for a fun-filled weekend of agricultural events, entertainment, rides, and delicious food.

The South Mountain Fair continues to grow and improve with each year that passes.  We are pleased to see the delighted faces of our community children as they play in the Children’s Entertainment Tent or experience the midway. We take pride in the growth of the 4-H, beef, horse and poultry exhibits and competitions that draw crowds from across Eastern Ontario. There will be something for everyone within the Lila Fawcett building with all the eye-catching exhibits. The entertainment we have lined up will have our White Top Tent buzzing with music and social gatherings.

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