Dispite the cooler weather the fair was a load of fun. Saturday's events featured the Antique tractors pulling out in the Derby pit area, along with an escavator and skid steer challenges. Displays, petting zoo and lots of free things to see and do. Lots of thrills and chills on the mid-way! Light Horses and Chuck wagons at the Ring Up at the Community Hall, entertainment with
Volunteering with West Niagara Agricultural Society
As a not-for-profit, charitable organization West Niagara Agricultural Society depends on the support of our many volunteers.
We appreciate the dedicated volunteers who help us with our on-going projects, at our fair and who sit on our Board of Directors and committees. Without the help of these volunteers, we would not be able to offer the programs, events and the facility for the good of the community.
We encourage people of all ages and abilities to contact us if interested in volunteering to be a member of the board or if they simply would like to volunteer their time to help at the Fair or other society sponsored community events.
For students, time spent helping at the fair and other WNAS events qualifies for credits towards your community hours at your high school.