Bolton Fair Committee members will be photographing various events, activities, and competitions during the Truck and Tractor Pull as well as the Fall Fair. These images will be retained for record keeping, archiving, and promotion of the events. By entering the fairgrounds, you consent to the use of your photograph for these purposes.
Contrary to what most people believe, the Bolton Fair Grounds are owned and operated by the Albion & Bolton Agricultural Society, consisting of over 160 volunteers. Although sports groups and the general public have access to the facilities, the Fair Grounds are privately owned.
Fill a Tailgate……
This year we are challenging all Fair-goers to help fill a tailgate full of food for the Bolton Exchange. Food is always low throughout the summer months, as many of us tend to think about making donations around the holidays. The fact is there are people in our community who need our help putting food on the table year-round. SO LET”S FILL THE CUPBOARDS AT THE BOLTON EXCHANGE!
Bring non-perishable food items or cash donations with you to the Fair and receive a ballot to WIN …
Sheep Shearing Demonstration Saturday September 26 @ noon in Arena
Milking Demonstration Sunday September 27 @ 11:30am Stage
The Albion & Bolton Agricultural Society would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who has, and will, contribute to the success of the 2015 Albion & Bolton Fall Fair, including all exhibitors, volunteers, sponsors, and spectators in attendance over the Fair weekend. It takes a great deal of effort to organize such an event and there are many people who dedicate a great deal of their time and talents throughout the year to ensure the Fall Fair is enjoyed by everyone. THANK …
Many hands make for light work….
Fair set up: Sunday September 20, 2015
Fair tear down: Sunday September 27, 2015 and Monday September 28, 2015
If you are interested in helping on these days, call Tom French @ 905-880-0369
Youth Gardener Prize….
The Bolton & District Horticultural Society Awards a cash prize to the Youth Gardener winning the most points in their division — Class 24, sections 55 – 64