September 8, 9 & 10, 2017


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The Salmon Arm Fair is excited this year to have two momentous benchmarks to celebrate with the community.  We share our own 120 years as a Fair with the 150th birthday of Canada.  We also acknowledge the Chinese Calendar, which highlights the Rooster.  Hence, our theme this year is “Something to Crow About”.

We are currently working on our Fair booklet, wanting to get it finalized in the early part of April.  Your favourite categories are back and new ones have been created. 

Check out our website and respond to our survey about our Fair.  You have a chance to have your name in a draw for some excellent prizes

Be a volunteer this year and be a part of our great community event.  WE are looking for people who would like to convene the following divisions:  Canning, Wines, Lego, Scarecrows, Poultry and a shadow convenor for Textiles and Needle Arts.  Please contact any of the members below for further information.   Share your expertise and enthusiasm with us.

If being a convenor is not your thing, we also welcome people who can do pre-work fair tasks/post fair tasks, cashiering, etc.  There is always a spot for you at our fair. 

Keep checking our website at for updates. WE look forward to hearing from you.

Ronnalee McMahon, Fair Coordinator -
Star MacGregor, Fair Chair –
Heidi Bacon, Fair Book Set up –

Thanks to our Sponsors

Silver Partner
Armstrong Regional Cooperative

Bronze Partner
Farmcrest Foods Ltd ~ Buckerfields ~ A&W ~ ACIC
~ Askew’s Foods 

Blue Ribbon Partner
Canoe Forest Products Ltd ~ Fountain Tire ~ Tappen Coop ~ Johnston Meier Insurance Agencies Group ~ Barley Station ~
Action Safety Services ~ Fischer’s Funeral Home ~ Vella Radio

Red Ribbon Partner
BDO Canada LLP ~ Salmon Arm Observer ~ D Dutchmen Dairies ~ Salmon Arm Downtown Association ~ Shuswap Veterinary Clinic ~ Salmon Arm Farmers Institute ~ Woodsman Equipment ~ Home Building Centre ~ Greg Kyllo, MLA
~ Letourneau Notary

Friends of the Fair
Salmon Arm Chamber of Commerce

We acknowledge the financial support of the
Province of British Columbia