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
About the Fair!
We are excited again to be offering our Annual Fall fair this September 7th - 9th, 2018.
And our theme! "Root & Boots"
Brought to you by the West Niagara Agricultural Society.
Agriculture at its best!
A small Bit of History!
The West Niagara Fair is the result of the amalgamation of the former Smithville Fair and Lincoln County Fair, with over 300 years of history between them.
As always, the fair is an exciting event, with this being our 4th year at our new facility. The fair is an annual event, hosted by the West Niagara Agricultural Society (WNAS), that takes place on the weekend after Labour Day and is held at our newly built, West Niagara Agricultural Centre & fairgrounds on the corner of Mud and Grimsby Mountain roads, in Grassie, Ontario (a little place nestled between towns of Grimsby and Smithville).
As it was done for the past 150 years; the WNAS carries on the historical tradition of the annual fall fair!
See a sneak peak of this year's fair, check out CHCH TV New's, visit to the 2018 Fair!
View it here: http://www.chch.com/fair-west-niagara/
To see a little peek of last years excitement, check out CHCH TV News's, visit to the 2017 Fair!
View it here: http://www.chch.com/fun-at-the-fair/
This year we have a great roster of events, vendors and entertainment!
Our great line-up of events can be found under the drop down list under our Fair tab on this site! From some of our favourites, (Derbys, Antique Tractor, Lawn Tractor and ATV pulls, livestock & Homecraft shows and competition, the Kid's pedal tractor pull, Kid's Power Derby, Ontario Mini Rods, Baby Show, Pet Show, Community Hall Stage , Quilt Draw, etc) to our new events, (adult pedal tractor pull, Heavy equipment skills challenge, lantern release and ...some yet to be announced) there is something for everyone big and small. As always there are things to win! - A trip to the Royal Fair; a beautiful quilt; kids bicycles; and 50/50 raffles and of course fair competition prizes!!!
Here's a question for you! - Do you have a skill? A hobby? Do you make things from wood? Do you do crafts? paint? knit? bake? Grow vegetables? or do canning? or ...?
Did you know you do not need to live on a farm or be a farmer to be involved with Agriculture? or to enter things in the fair?
Check out our prize books and enter! You can win $$$ and/or prizes - - -
But remember to enter in the fair, you need to do it BEFORE the fair! (All details are in our prizebooks!)
A bit more about the West Niagara Fair and who it is that actually brings you the fair.
The fair is run solely by the hard work of the West Niagara Agricultural Society, a group of hard-working volunteers, and of course extra volunteers from our community! So, when you see one of our volunteers - Thank them, because without them there would not be a fair.
In addition our fair would not be a fair without our great sponsors! As you look through our pages keep them in mind. Their donations help keep our costs down, and help us to be able to bring this to you!
Lastly the fair owes a big thank you to you, our community for being there to support us! Your dollars spent in coming to fair, go 100% back into the Fair; enabling the WNAS to bring you an dynamic, annual event with an expanding roaster of enterainment and excitment.
And in the end... supporting All things Agriculture in our Community!
We hope, you have a great time at our Fair!
For Prize books and registrations or general information, it can all be found on our website www.westniagarafair.ca (the one you are on!)
or for hard copies at the FAIR OFFICE (aka West Niagara Agricultural Centre's Office) . The Fair office is located in the Community Hall (First building as you enter off Mudd Street entrance on our grounds). Click this link for hours of opearation and Contact information.