NEW! The Rona Young Naturalists Birdhouse Workshop! 

Calling all young artists! Join local artisan, Linda Higginbottom for a free hands-on workshop designed for children ages 7 – 12.  Limited spots available!  Advance registration available at the Salmon Arm Fair office from August 8th -26th.


Make new memories on Memory Lane!

Stroll down Memory Lane and visit Salmon City Saloon, The Pie Shoppe, the Country Store, Spic and Span Laundry and many, many more.


NEW! A taste of the North Okanagan Shuswap!

You don’t want to miss this event.  A delicious sampling of products from our partners,
The Barley Station
She Devil Delights
Sunnybrae Vineyard and Winery
Grassroots Dairies
Crannog Ales and Left Field
Caliente Hot Sauce Co
Terroir Cheese
Wine Box Sweets
Edge of the Earth Winery

Tickets go on sale for $15.00 at Hideaway Liquor Store, and the Salmon Arm Fair office after August 8th.  Limited supply available.  Once they are gone, they are gone!


Back by popular demand!

Whether performing hilarious magic on the main stage, teaching a magic workshop, or entertaining everyone with his NEW magic routine, “The Arm Chopper of Doom”, Clinton W. Gray delivers jaw-dropping moments!  Don’t forget to get your photo!


SHUSWAP PIONEER COLLECTORS' CLUB

This club reformed in the spring of 2004 with twelve collectors from the North Okanagan/Shuswap area showing interest in joining an association for the purpose of collecting, restoring and displaying items used by our early settlers and residents.

Our Club now boasts 72 members strong, with interests varying from one cylinder engines, steam tractors, antique cars and trucks, horse drawn farming equipment, to tractors of all ages and brands.

The visitors to the annual Salmon Arm Fall Fair are very fortunate to be able to see, touch, and hear so many different collectables from this area's past.

The Shuswap Pioneer Collectors' Club welcomes anyone with the passion and interest in antique equipment and who are willing to "show and tell' at the various events our club is invited to attend. Please drop by our display and join in on the fun!

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MEMORY LANE

"A Dream Comes True": In 1999, five buildings, constructed by Stan and Jeanne Pollard, became the first structures along the soon-to-be popular Memory Lane. The lumber for these initial storefronts was donated by the Peterson Brothers, and had originally formed their 1937 machine shed. In 2000, another ten buildings were assembled, this time constructed from the lumber of a dismantled 125-year-old barn near Hulcar Hall. The boardwalk fronting the Memory Lane stalls was created using planks from the 1957 Memorial Arena.

Each fall, the stalls along Memory Lane are filled with exhibitors who volunteer their time and wares to showcase a long-ago era, and take the 21st century fair goers back in time.

If you have some wonderful memorabilia and would like to spend a weekend sharing it with others please e-mail our office fair@salmonarmfair.com