Williams Lake Harvest Fair coming up

Draft horses will once again be among the popular star attractions of the upcoming Williams Lake Harvest Fair.

Draft horses  will once again be among the popular star attractions of the upcoming Williams Lake Harvest Fair.

The horses will be pulling wagons that will be delivering people from the main exhibition hall at the Stampede Grandstand around the track to the Trail Rider’s Arena.

Another popular returning attraction will be Ted Couling who creates wonderful caricature portraits of fair visitors, all included in the main gate fee.

In addition to all the popular exhibit entries to see in the Curling Rink and Trail Rider’s arenas the fair includes the Little Britches Rodeo Finals, gymkhana, Harvest Ranch Rodeo, a Chili cookoff sponsored by the Cariboo Cattlemen’s Association, spinning and weaving demonstration as well as 4-H exhibits, plus musical entertainment.

The fair is a great way for the whole community to come out and share the hobbies they enjoy be it growing roses, making wine, taking photographs, baking, raising chickens or rabbits, garden produce and more.


The list of entry categories is long and offers something for all ages, categories for adults, children, and seniors,   Entry catalogues are available at various locations around the city  and entertainment.



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