Welcome to the Dunchurch Fall Fair Website

New fairbook for 2016 - 2019 now available in the resource center

The fair now has a page on facebook.

2016 Dunchurch Fall Fair Quilt Block Challenge
Help us create a Quilt Block Trail for Whitestone and the surrounding area. Make an outdoor wooden quilt block to enter into the challenge at the 2016 Dunchurch Agricultural Fall Fair.  After the fair, display the block within sight of the road on your barn, house, garage, cottage, shed, fence, business or have it free standing.

By displaying the quilt blocks in our area we will be promoting the Dunchurch Fall Fair, agriculture, tourism, business and our community.
- Minimum size is 3 ft by 3 ft
- Directions for making a wooden quilt block can be found on the internet at wikihom.com or barnquilttrails.ca, plus many other sites
- the blocks are to be on the grounds of the fair no later than 10am on Saturday August 20, 2016
- a Quilt Block Trail brochure will be developed with a map, a historical description of the property and any other pertinent information.


Please note the Dunchurch Agricultural Society wishes to advise that due to health and safety concerns, NO DOGS (except service dogs) will be allowed on the grounds of the Dunchurch Fall Fair beginning in 2014.  The Board of Directors thanks you for your cooperation.

2016 Fair Agenda - August 19, 20
 
Friday Night 5pm - admission $4, children under 12 free
    Supper special at the food booth from 5pm to 7pm    
    Exhibit Hall is open
    7 - 10 pm    Junior Farmers Olympics
                        Children's Tractor Pull
                        Senior Farmers Olympics
                        Live Entertainment by The Sunny Slope Bootleggers
                        Little Tracks Petting Zoo
 
Saturday 10 am - admission $4, members and children under 12 free
   
    11:30 am Parade
    12.30 pm Opening Ceremonies
    1 - 4 pm Junior sports, nail driving, log sawing, horseshoes and more...

    Concessions 
    Food, Refreshment
    Livestock displays
    Bee display
    Exhibit Hall
    Games
    Science North - hands on display
    Northern Maple the Milking Cow
    Ontario Hydro Safety trailer
    Little Tracks Petting Zoo
    Scarecrow building
    Kids Zone
    Face Painting
    Pony Rides
    Bounce Castle
    Game Board
    Silent Auction
    Fish Pond
    Blue Yonder Band
    Local History Display
    Militia Display
 
    Hall closes at 4 pm
 
    Square Dance at 9 pm

New prizes for 2014,

Lacy knit shawl or stole in lace or fingering weight yarn, embellishmants acceptable

                Pattern name should be on tag

                Prizes: 1st. - $8.00  2nd. - $6.00  3rd. - $4.00

                Prize money donated by Mora Campbell

 
There is a new prize added this year specifically for the secondary school exhibitors.  The Waity Croswell Prize of $100 will be awarded to the exhbitor with the highest points in Class 14. 
 
Check out the Gallery for photos from the 2014 fair.

Entry forms are now available on the Resource Center page.  Please submit to Jane Botrell.
 
You can find a copy of the Fair Book under the announcements section.  Please note an amendment was made to the book on April 22, 2012 and July 31, 2012.  Details of the amendment are included on the announcements section.
 
Pictures for 2010, 2011 2012 and 2013 can be found in the resources center.  Click view and then click slideshow.
 
We would like to thank our business and private donors for the 2015 Fair.


Business Donors

Absolute Peace & Quite Cottages
Adams Bros. Construction

Ardee Heating & Installations

Bay Area Electrical

Bayview Motors

Bell Transportation

Beverly’s

Bernardin

Canadian Tire Gas Bar

Canadian Tire Store

Country Fair Baking Contest

Crossman Construction

Duck Rock Resort

Ed Brumpton General Contracting

Farmers Market
First Choice Landscaping
Frogger's Leap & Eat
Fincham's Grains and Goods

Georgian Animal Hospital

Georgian Bay Propane

Georgian Rentals

Gorham Denture Clinic

Gray’s Paints & Flooring

Hall Construction

Home Depot

Hubview Farms Ltd.

Island Queen Cruises

Kawartha Credit Union

Kitchen Cupboard
Lake Wahwashkesh Conservation Assoc.

Little Gardens Nursery

Logan's of Parry Sound
Looger's Station House
McNabb Lumber
Magnetawan Home Hardware

Municipality of Whitestone

Newton’s Dry Cleaning

Parry Sound Animal Hospital

Parry Sound Auto Parts
Parry Sound Bee Keepers

Parry Sound Home Hardware

Parry Sound Insurance Brokers

Parry Sound Furniture

Parry Sound Mall

Parry Sound Sewing Centre

Pollard’s IDA

Quiet Bay Motel/Restaurant
Reekies Denture Clinic

Ritchie Insurance

Riverview Denture Clinic

Rona

Ross Windows & Doors

Royal Canadian Legion Br. 394

Speedy Auto Glass
Stanley Steel
Summer Attic
Tim Stiles Construction
Village Locks
White Squall
Whiteline Trucking
Whitestone Conservation
Whitestone McKellar Lions Club
Whitestone Rod 7 Gun Club
Wright Clinic

Private Donors

Auld, Audrey

Bottrell, John & Jane

Campbell, Mora

Cann, Carol & Ed

Crath, Karen

Daily-Plouffe, Margaret

Ferrier, Allison

Ferrier, Shannon

Gilewicz, Peter & Jane

Green, Fred & Rebecca

Johnson, Danny & Merry

Johnson, Harry

Kenward, Peter & Lilianna

Langford, Jill & Paul

McEwen, Lynn & Joe

McEwen, Tamara

Macfie, Mark

Macfie, Richie

Macfie, Terry & Kim

Moore, Morley & Edythe

Quinn, Bill & Judy

Quinn, Don & Orma

Shuttleworth, Tamara

Snider, Sue & Tom

Sutcliffe, Tom & Sylvia

Waitstill, Croswell

Whitmell, Harvey & Terry

Whitmell, Ron & Betty Lou

Whitmell, Russ & Shona