Fill your baskets or shopping bags with:
Local, fresh, seasonal farm products: vegetables, fruits, meat, eggs, dairy, honey, maple syrup, fibre and flax products!
Local food and drink products: ciders, wine, ales, spirits, cheeses, pastas, baked goods!
Tasty lunch offerings and BBQ!
Fibre for fashion and home by local artisans!
- Live music
- Free wagon rides
- Sheep shearing demos
- Sheep/dog herding demostration
- Weavers, spinners, hookers, felters displaying their skills and inviting visitors to try their hand
- Hay lifting competition with prizes
- Old fashioned kids’ games with lots of prizes
- Ice cream
- Antique farm equipment and housewares Museum
- Blacksmith shop open
- Pie judging contest! (Bring your favourite pie made with local ingredients! 1st, 2nd and 3rd place ribbons will be awarded.)
- Flower judging contest! (Bring a flower arrangement for judging! 1st, 2nd and 3rd place ribbons will be awarded.)
We hope that you will join us! Rain date is Sunday, Sept. 13th. Save both dates! Last year’s event was very successful. We hope to attract a minimum of 2,500 visitors for this events.
We are looking for:
- Primary Farm Product Vendors
- Secondary Farm Product Vendors
- Fibre Artisan Vendors
- Lunch vendors
Vendor fees for the day are $35 for a 10′ x 10′ area. – due July 1st. You are encouraged to provide your own shade canopy and table.
A perfect, tranquil place to host a country fair!
The Northville Farm Heritage Center is located just north of Centreville on the corner of Steadman and Thorpe Roads (1158 Steadman Rd, Centreville) in a thriving rural agricultural area. The center is a living museum where you can view traditional farm machinery and tools. It holds several agricultural events throughout the year such as horse ploughing, ox pulls, scythe competitions and more.
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