Thank you for joining us at the 163rd Arthur Fall Fair!
We are so fortunate to celebrate everything agriculture with family, friends and visitors. There truly is so much to see and do for the entire family!
Every year our community comes together to celebrate agriculture, food, farming and fun and we couldn't do it with out our amazing volunteers! Our volunteers are the backbone to our Fair, they are what make us successful, and we can't thank them enough.
We can't wait to see you!
Weekend Admission Prices
Weekend Pass: $12.00 (14 years and up)
Per Day Admission: $6.00 for an adult (14 years and up), Children 13 years and under free
Fair Membership cards – admits one for 1 day.
4-H Membership cards accepted.
OAAS Fair Passes accepted
*Weekend passes can be purchased Thursday Sept. 5th from 7 to 9 at exhibit registration table or Friday night.
Kick Off BEEF BBQ DINNER - Thursday September 5th 2019
New Ticket Prices for 2019
Adult (14 years and up) - $17.00
Child (7 to 13 year old) - $7.00
Children 6 years and under - FREE
Tickets available at Walsh's Pharmacy in Advance or at the door the night of the Dinner
RFID tags for Beef &Dairy Cattle, Sheep.
All animals must have the approved RFID, CCIA, CSIP or NLID tags in the animals ear on show day. We will be checking upon arrival. Any animal without this ID will not be allowed on the fair grounds. We are advising all participants to bring an extra tag and the applicator in case a tag is lost during transit. We will not be tagging any animals.
Strangles in the Equine Community
The Arthur Agricultural Society is aware of the present situation in the equine community concerning strangles. We have consulted a number of expert sources to seek advice and to determine our course of action. At this time the Pony and Western Horse Shows are scheduled to proceed.
It is very important that all competitors be aware of possible risks associated with contact from horses from other stables.
We ask that if your horse has a cough, nasal discharge, enlarged lymph nodes and/or a temperature, to refrain from moving that horse from the farm. Also, we ask that any horses or ponies that have visited a barn, or have boarded at a barn that has had an active case of strangles in the last 30 days, to remain at home. It is imperative that everyone be considerate of other people’s horses welfare.
We will continue to monitor the situation and will advise you if there is any change to the status of the shows.
WHAT'S OUR 2019 THEME?
"Mason Jars & Vintage Cars"
COME TO OUR MEETINGS!
Our meetings are the second Thursday of every month at 7:30 p.m. in the upstairs hall at the Arthur Arena