Get ready for another outstanding fall fair!

Check out this line up!

One Ugly Cowboy

One Ugly Cowboy’s wealth of experience both musically and in life makes them a band that will not only uplift their audience but more importantly leave them with moments to remember.  They soulfully blend gritty country and in-your-face-rock with their up-beat, sometimes funny and often, heartfelt tunes.   

David Boyd Janes Band

Born and raised in Toronto Ontario, David Boyd Janes has been performing and chasing passion for music since he was a young boy.

His first single “Summertime Feeling” is currently charting in the Top 100 in Canadian Country Radio.

Marshall Dane

Marshall’s live show is second to none. He is an artist that always connects with his audience and his energy and passion for performing makes his shows impossible to forget. If you haven’t already, discover why the fans will tell you that Marshall Dane is a “must see” and most importantly, “must hear.”

Pub Jugs

This Southern Ontario-based duo’s sound and energy has been described as “subtlety commanding“.  Featuring a blend of mandolin, guitar and percussion, the PUBJUGS’ performances are nothing short of dynamic punchy merriment.

David Ruis

David currently lives in Kelowna, BC. His love for music and exploration of sound has taken him all over the globe. Having written and been published across an array of genres and settings from the world of television to the Christian music scene his vibe is one of fusion and hope. David also is passionate about the place of music in giving a voice for justice and a source of comfort in this world. 

Vivian Hicks

Singer, songwriter, dancer, actress, and model, Vivian Hicks is a quintuple threat. She began singing at age 2 and taking dance lessons at 3. Vivian has won numerous awards for singing and dancing.

Events and Activity's

Rev Your Engines

Saturday night starts off with The Demolition Derby. Thrill Show Productions never fails to come up with an outstanding show. Although the show starts at 7:00 P.M., arrive here early to get the best seats. This year, we are excited to have The Ontario Truck and Tractor Pullers Association running the truck pulling event. Classes will include among others- Hot Stock 4x4 trucks, Super Stock 4x4 trucks, Super Modified Fwd. trucks, Super Street 2.6 Diesel trucks, and other classes. The Demonstrations will be loud so remember to bring your ear plugs! For more information check www.ottpa.net


The Homecraft Building houses over 200 classes of competition items. Be sure to stop in to enjoy some samples of the handiwork created by local citizens. The Silent Auction, held in The Homecraft building showcases handcrafted and unique items that make awesome gifts. Among the items are gift certificates, handmade baby gifts and novelty household articles. New this year, is our Penny Table. An assortment of items will be displayed and if your “lucky” number is drawn then the item is yours. This activity is fun for all.

Children Activities

There are numerous free activities for children. Most of the activities are located at the S.W. corner of the fairgrounds near the Homecraft building. The big sand pile with toys and the free games area (opposite sides of the building) are open all weekend long. Saturday and Sunday have The Petting Zoo with both farm and exotic animals. It’s fun to watch the animals, but more fun to observe the children’s reactions.

Children's Center

Come and visit the back of the Homecraft building and plan to stay a while. The children may play Bee Bowling, play with the farms and animals in our mini barn or sit a while and create a crafting treasure. Each child (up to 12 yrs) may choose 2 activities to complete through the use of the supplies provided at the fair. This is the perfect environment for children to relax and adults to rest. Painted or glued activities may be left on site for pick-up on your way home. Sunday has 4 special children’s activities. The Rabbit Hopping Club does a demonstration at 11:00AM and 1:00PM in the Ag. Ed. Tent. The Pet Show registration is at 10:00 with the show happening at 10:30. There is no registration fee and all information is available on our web-site. Everyone gets some kind of prize! The Kiddie Pedal Tractor Pull immediately follows the Pet Show so just switch ends in the building and plan to attend. This is another fun activity with no registration fee, but a small treat for all participants. The Children’s Scavenger Hunt has always been well received. This year’s theme is “ A Touch of Country”. Find the 12 items hidden in the building and put your response in the box. You might win a $25.00 prize. Guess the number of buttons in the jar and win a $25.00 prize.

Georgetown Little Theater Youth Group

Georgetown Little Theater Youth Group will favor us with their artistic talents as they paint faces and transform our little patrons into cats, dragons and other beautiful creations, on Sunday. The fair thanks the youth and leaders for their volunteer efforts.

Agricultural Education Tent

Come in to see what we did with another 180 square feet of space. This area is designate as The Education Activity Centre.  We have a butter making activity, jigsaw puzzles, matching games, healthy food activity, a planting experience and crop displays. There are activity sheets, recipes and information ideas available. Come in to visit with the cows, horses, sheep, pigs, goats, rabbits, alpacas and chickens. Milking and sheep shearing demonstrations will occur at scheduled times throughout the days. Stop and read some information about the animals that provide food and products for us.

Special Events

Dr. Bandoli is back by popular demand and will circulate on the grounds to entertain. The Main Stage on Sunday will host the service and celebration of the Georgetown Christian Fellowship Church. Paralympics Sunflower Gymnastics


The Touch of Country Scavenger Hunt, in Homecraft Building, is for children to locate the Country items on the list. (2 prizes of $25.00 will be awarded) Estimate the buttons in the jar is in the Homecraft building and is available for all to try. ( 1- $25.00 prize will be awarded)

Pet Show And Pet Show Photo Contest

Sunday, September 9th, 2018

  • Registration from 10:00 a.m. Show at 10:30 am.
  • Sponsored by Dougall Family
  • Inquires: 905-877-4726

Prizes 1st – $5.00, 2nd $3.00

Pet Show Categories

  1. Most colourful pet
  2. Most unusual pet 
  3. Master and pet related costumes
  4. Smallest pet
  5. Largest pet
  6. Best trick
  7. Prettiest tail
  8. Photo of your pet in a funny situation. Bring the photo with you.

The photos will be displayed and will be voted on by the public.


  1. Competition is opened children under 16 years of age
  2. Young competitors may be assisted by an adult.
  3. Enter as many classes as you wish.
  4. All pets must be in cages or restrained on a leash. 
  5. Dogs must be neutered to be eligible for entry.
  6. No large farm animals (cows, horses, etc.), please.
  7. Georgetown Agricultural Society will not be responsible for any accident, damage, or loss that may occur to any animal, person, or vehicle.
  8. No age limit for pet show photo contestants.
  9. Photographs must depict the contestant’s pet. 

Events by category 2018

Rev Your Engines

  • Demolition Derby
  • O.T.T.P.A. Truck Pull with demos
  • Auto Show


  • Concessions
  • Knights of Columbus Beer Tent
  • Food Vendors


  • Home craft Display
  • Vendors
  • Silent Auction
  • Penny Table


  • Meet The Pups
  • Petting Zoo
  • Pet Show
  • Kiddie Pedal Tractor Pull
  • Craft Center
  • Sand Pile
  • Free Games Area
  • Face Painting
  • Rabbit Demonstration


  • Battle of Bands
  • Magical Midway
  • Games
  • Local Artists


  • Agricultural Education Tent
  • Petting Zoo
  • Rabbit Demonstration
  • Pet Show


  • David Boyd Janes
  • Marshall Dane
  • One Ugly Cowboy
  • Pup Jugs
  • David Ruis
  • Dan Krantz
  • Ellie Elsworth
  • Madison Galloway
  • Vivian Hicks - Our Local Gal
  • Catlin Claessens
  • Mystic Drumz
  • Christian Artist Concert with David Ruis
  • Battle of the Bands
  • Dr. Bandoli
  • Pet Show
  • Kiddie Pedal Tractor Pull
  • Milking Demonstrations
  • Sheep Shearing


  • Paralympics Sunflower Rhythmic Gymnastics
  • Silent Auction
  • Scavenger Hunts
  • Button Contest


  • Magical Midway

Hours Of Fun

*School Groups Only*

*Friday September 7th*      * 9:00 AM –  3:00 PM* 

Friday September 7th      4:00 PM – 11:00 PM

Saturday September 8th             9:00 AM – 11:00 PM

Sunday September 9th         9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

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