Pakenham Fair


Start Date:  Saturday, August 19, 2017 7:00 AM
End Date:  Saturday, August 19, 2017 4:00 PM
Title:  Pakenham Fair
Category:  Festivals & Events
Address:  MacFarland St. Pakenham, ON
Contact:  Tiffany
Phone:  613-256-1077

7-9AM Breakfast - Fair Grounds Canteen - Thanks for MacMillan Ladies Broomball

9AM Bake Sale - Steawrt Community Centre - Zion UCW

9AM -4PM Viewing Fair Exhibits, Crafts and Vendors - Stewart Community Centre

9AM to 4PM Water Ways Water Show - Upper Hall Stewart Community Centre - Bridging Generations

9:30AM to 4PM Horse Show, Ball Diamond Canteen

10AM 4-H Calf Show, Fred Millar Field - This competition is organized by the 4-H Calf Club and features both Dairy and Beed classes

10AM Children's Activities, Bouncy Castle, Tshirt Making, Face Painting, Games

11AM BBQ and Refreshements - Fair Grounds Canteen - Thanks to Fire Fighters of Station 2

11:30AM Kids Entertainment - Puppets Up! Presents Sir John A MacDonald, Queen Victoria and friends.

12 Noon Official Openning of the Fair! Come celebrate with the Fulton Deugo Family

1PM Frog Jumping, Children's tent beside ball diamond 

1:30PM Kids Entertainment - Puppets Up! Sir John A MacDonald, Queen Victoria and friends.

2:30PM Chili Cook-off, Inside Steward Community Centre - Lobby - Free Samples - help choose Pakenham's best chili

3PM Draw for door prizes


Special for 2017 Water Ways -Innovative Rural and Cottage Water Solutions

Program -  9am -4pm

9 - 4 - WaterWays Show – Specialists to answer questions, Water treatment and waste water system vendors, Upper Hall Stewart CC

9- 4 - Children’s Water Festival – Fun and educational water table games for kids of all ages Arena Parking Lot

11-1- Dunk Tank –Come, make a pitch and dunk some of the following folks:  Dave Balfour, beloved Pakenham Public School Principal; Fern Martin, Volunteer extraordinaire; Denny Ferguson, Your local politician and do-er of all things MissMills; and Jeff Mills, Community organizer and local cyclist. At the food Concessions area

1:30-3pm – WaterWays Specialist Forum – learn about the latest issues and potential solutions to protect our most important resource- water Upper Hall Stewart CC

  • Trish Johnson, WaterTap Ontario - Better ‘Best Practices’ for small communities
  • Mike Dwyer, CAO Rideau Lakes - Vibrant and Viable Rural Villages - The Need for Water and Wastewater Innovation
    Servicing innovation has the potential to unlock and restore vibrant and viable futures for Ontario's rural villages. This session will explore the ways in which water and wastewater servicing shape a village, its sense of place, and its ability to attract visitors, residents and economic investment. Innovative pathways forward will be explored.
  • Brady Straw, VP, Ontario Onsite Wastewater Association (OOWA)

Onsite Wastewater Systems and Regulations – Permanent Rural Infrastructure



Attachment(s):  2017 Pakenham Fair Booklet
2017 Fair Map.jpg