Sooke Fall Fair booklet now available

The booklet details information for exhibitors, contests and general information for the Sept. 12 to 13 fair

Sooke Fall Fair booklet is now available in Sooke and throughout the region.

The booklet details information for exhibitors, contests and general information for the Sept. 12 to 13 fair at Sooke Community Hall.

The theme is Sooke Fall Fair Embraces Light & Soil. “This year we are inviting fall fair competitors to show us ideas for uses with light and soil,” said president Ellen Lewers.

Entry fee for competition is $1 per adult entry and 50 cents for juniors and youth submitted before Sept. 9. Late entries submitted on Sept. 11 will be charged $2 per entry, $1 for youth. Entries are open to everyone, regardless of where they live.

Along with the many competitions, ranging from produce to literacy arts, the fair will offer a wide array of animals with pony and cart rides and hay rides.

There’s many contest to from pie-eating to identifying scat and chicken bingo.

For more information, please go online to sookefallfair.ca.

 

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