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Discounted convention reg fee till Oct. 9
CAFE
Still planning to attend the CAFÉ Convention, November 19-21 in Niagara Falls? Be sure to register now, while prices are still discounted… After October 9th you will pay full price. Service members – you are getting the Early Bird Price of only $599 till October 9th in recognition of the fact that you may still be on the fair circuit.
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Last chance to nominate a fair champion
CAFE
Every fair has that special person who is nearly indispensable. It could be the board member who is on every committee and never misses a meeting; it could be the lady who enhances each event with her talents at decorating or the man who canvasses the local businesses each year to generate the necessary funds. Why not nominate that special person for national recognition as a Canadian Fair Champion? Up to 3 champions will be selected to receive an all-expense paid trip to the CAFÉ Convention in Niagara Falls. Visit the CAFÉ Website for an application form, and be sure to get it in by Sept. 30!
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This weekend's fair activity
CAFE

It's not too late to get out and enjoy a fall fair…here are the events taking place this week.


Lindsay Exhibition, ON Sept 23-27
Ancaster Fair, ON Sept 24-27
Carp Fair, ON Sept Sept 24-27
Ripley Huron Fall Fair, ON Sept 25-26
Hants County Exhibition, Windsor NS (2nd weekend) Sept 25-27
Forest & District Ag Fair, ON Sept 25-27
Thorndale Fair, ON Sept 25-27

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It was a Hog Wild weekend at the Acton Fall Fair
Independent Free Press
It was another successful Acton Fall Fair at Prospect Park this past weekend, Sept. 18-20. Rain on Saturday didn't dampen spirits at the 102nd event billed as The Best Little Fair in Ontario with large crowds turning out on all three days.
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Hauser amused kids for decades
Langley Advance
He’s been known as Bingo for decades but his real name is Irvin Hauser. The founder of West Coast Amusements died earlier this month while the midway was touring Vancouver Island. West Coast Amusements is a Canadian company with offices and winter quarters in Langley. Bingo and Jackie Hauser have lived in Langley for more than 50 years. West Coast Amusements was founded in 1962 by Bingo, who has been in show business since the mid-1940s. Raised and educated in Brandon, Man., Bingo ran away to join the circus and started travelling with carnivals. Bingo started his own animal show, the inspiration for the lion in the WCA logo.
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Motorbike daredevils take centre stage at this weekend's fall fair
Nelson Daily
If you only leave the house once this weekend, make sure it's to enjoy the region's premiere autumn extravaganza, with exciting new attractions to mark its 20th year wowing locals and tourists alike. The Pass Creek Fall Fair is absolutely a celebration of agriculture, animal husbandry and food production – but it's so, so much more, as well: vendors, exhibits, games, food, horses, live entertainment … the list is virtually endless, and there's fun for the whole family.
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2015 Seaforth Fall Fair Ambassador
Huron Expositor
This year's Seaforth Fall Fair Ambassador is 17-year-old Maranda Klaver. A panel of three judges reviewed the competition. Each candidate prepared a speech and answered questions, one of the questions were if you could go anywhere in the world, where? And why?
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Horses put on a show at the Kingston Fall Fair
Kingston Whig
A staple of the Kingston Fall Fair, the four-day horse show, is still going strong, says the organizer of the event. Yvonne Compton, horse show organizer for the past 10 years, rhymed off each of the seven events, including the youth obstacle course on Thursday, the heavy horse pulls on Friday, the western games show on Saturday and the Hunter/Jumper show on Sunday.
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Fair fun in Beaverton
MyKawartha
A bit of rain over the weekend certainly didn't dampen the spirits of those attending the Beaverton Fall Fair. The 162nd annual edition of the fair ran from Sept. 18 to 20, drawing hundreds to the fairgrounds for a wide array of activities.
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