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**Volunteers are welcome!**
Earn your Community Volunteer hours at the Parham Fair. Your help is appreciated.
Contact Lisa Wilhelm @ 613-258-0819

Tentative Schedule for 2016 Fair


5:00 Registration for Pet Show
5:30 Opening Ceremonies – Stage
Log Sawing Contest

Best Dressed Cowboy – Best Dressed Cowgirl
6:00 Pet Show
7:00 Horse Pull
7:30 Old Habit’s – On Stage

+ Midway by Gable Brothers
+ Palace Displays - Crafts, Baking and Horticulture Contests


Petting Zoo – 10 am to 4 pm
Cattle Show – 10 am to 1 pm
Pedal Tractor Pull - 11:30 am - 1 pm
Miniature Horse Show – 1 pm – 2:30 pm
Farm Critter Demonstrations All Day
Oxen Pair by Lynn Cronk
Hay Wagon Rides

Vendor’s Alley and Crafts Displays
Bring along some extra dollars for great one of a kind finds
in our local artisans and crafts displays.

Country Fair Games – 2:30 – 4:30 Main Ring
**includes ever popular contests for all ages
egg toss, pie eating, nail hammering,
log sawing, foot races.
Children’s Greased Pig Competition – 3:30 Main Ring
Children’s Power Wheels Derby - 4:00 Main Ring
Children’s Pedal Tractor Pull Finals – 4:30 Main Ring

One Busted Ego @4:30 - 6:30 pm on Stage
HD Supply @ 7:00 to 9:00 pm on Stage
Great local musical talent!

Midway by Gable Brothers
Purchase a ‘Ride All Day’ Bracelet for Great Savings
to be used on Saturday
Palace Displays - Crafts, Baking and Horticulture Contests

FREE PARKING ON GROUNDS **Don’t forget your lawnchair**


Midway and Palace Displays Open Throughout
Vendors featuring local produce/wares/talent!


Class UU - High School Show
PRIZES: ❶ $10 ❷ $5 Sponsored by: The Parham Agricultural Society

1. Frontenac County Landscape – any medium
2. CD cover for an existing group or performer– any medium
3. A digital collage representing life in a rural area – any medium
4. Poetry – any style
5. Three dimensional artwork
6. A mock up advertisement for a business in Central Frontenac – any medium – presented on 8 ½” by 11” paper
7. Drawing (line drawing, charcoal, pen and ink)
8. A decorated hat for a hobby enthusiast – you choose the hobby!
9. Painting – watercolour, oil or acrylic
10. “Portrait of a Modern Teenager” – any style – any medium

POSTER COMPETITION - Promote the Parham Fair
Junior (up to Gr 4) – Intermediate (Gr 5 – 8) – Senior (Gr 9 – 12)
1. Name and date of fair must be clearly shown on poster.
2. Must be hand drawn.
3. Poster size – Minimum – 22cm x 28cm, without border
Maximum – 28 cm x 44 cm, without border
4. Each entry must be centred on cardstock or Bristol board exposing a 5.5cm border on all four sides.
5. The winning poster of each division will be eligible to go on to the District 3 OAAS competition.


Best Dressed Cowboy or Cowgirl ages 11 - 16 years old

See Fair Book for Pet Show Categories