|The Metcalfe Fair is an annual agricultural fair held in Metcalfe Ontario, a town located about 15 miles south of
Ottawa, Ontario, the Capital City of Canada. This fair has been held in the fall of each year since 1856.
It first began in the communities south and east of the newly founded town of Ottawa in the Province of Canada,
eleven years before Canadian Confederation. That was before the American Civil War, and before Abraham
Lincoln became President of the United States.
The County of Russell Agricultural Society was formed in 1856 for the purpose of presenting an Agricultural Fair
in September. Originally intended to rotate annually in the Townships of Gloucester, Osgoode, Russell, and
Cumberland, the fair found a permanent home in the Village of Metcalfe in 1861. In 1912, the year the Titanic
sank, the County of Russell Agricultural Society changed its name to the Metcalfe Agricultural Society.
Today, Metcalfe Fair is a thriving major agricultural fair in Eastern Ontario.
|Since MetcalfeFair.com first opened on June 12, 2002,
this page has welcomed 215,242 visitors as of March 18, 2014.
We had 30,402 of those visits last year. 2014 count to date: 903 visits.
|October 2 - 5, 2014
|You'll find information about our fair in the Information Centre, and you can contact a person in our Fair Office,
you can tour the 2011 fair in our Photo Gallery ; We have hundreds of pictures to show you there!
Enjoy your visit with us.
|The Metcalfe Fair is an annual agricultural fair held in Metcalfe Ontario, a town located about 15 miles south of Ottawa, Ontario, the Capital City of Canada.
This fair has been held in the fall of each year since 1856.
|Metcalfe Agricultural Society 2014 Executive
|Preliminary Prize List for the 158th Metcalfe Fair
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|Front: Meredith Brophy, Office Administrator; Gary Chouinard, President; Kay Stanley, Treasurer
Rear: Melanie Racine, Family Division Chair; Brian Johnston, 1st Vice-President; Barry Payne, 2nd
Vice-President; Greg Bourbonnais, Past President; Betty Michels, Family Division 1st Vice Chair.