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cake 0 - 13 year olds
date_range Aug. 6, 2022
access_time 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Eastern Time
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End date: Aug. 7, 2022
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Williamstown Fair | South Glengarry Ontario

Williamstown Fair | South Glengarry Ontario

Tours & Day Trips

For more than two centuries, the Williamstown Fair, Canada's Oldest Annual Fair, has been the gathering place for thousands of area residents.

Located just a skip and a hop from Lancaster Ont., the Williamstown Fair is Canada’s oldest annual fair and has been delighting visitors since 1812. With gorgeous grounds, heritage-style buildings, and a great family-friendly atmosphere, it’s the ideal spot to celebrate rural life.

When: August 6-7, 2022.

Where: 19629 John St., Williamstown, Ontario

What to expect: Canin agility, competitions, cattle and horse show, vendors, midway, live music and entertainment, games and kids’ activities.

Tickets: Purchase your tickets online. Weekend passes are $50, a day pass is $25. 

Child 36″ tall and above: $25
Adult:   $25
Senior: $25

FREE admission for children under 36″ tall and includes unlimited access to KidZone inflatables



The Williamstown Fairgrounds is a beautiful site featuring majestic pine trees and beautiful heritage style buildings. Set in the center of the historic Village of Williamstown, it provides the ideal setting for “Canada’s Oldest Annual Fair”.

There is something for everyone! Livestock and equestrian shows, a midway and games, all kinds of food and beverage offerings, a children’s area with a petting zoo, various competitions and contests including tug-of-war, antique cars and tractors, musical entertainment, vendors and agricultural heritage displays.


Heritage Breeds Tent

With more than twenty-five examples of Heritage livestock on display in our 2400 square foot tent, housed in professionally designed stalls and pens, the Heritage Livestock Club of Eastern Ontario is pleased to provide this opportunity for visitors to learn more about the strengths and characteristics of a wide range of Heritage livestock. We thank the St.Lawrence Valley agricultural Society for sponsoring this special display.

With much of our food now produced in factory farms and many breeds of livestock having evolved in response to market pressures, many find it reassuring these breeds are available to those wishing to raise traditional livestock.


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