Norfolk County Fair

The Norfolk County Fair, billed as the oldest agricultural fair in Ontario, is once again drawing visitors from far and wide to enjoy all the staples of a fall fair: animals, rides, treats, and entertainment. The fair runs through Thanksgiving weekend in Simcoe. – Barry Gray

Fair mascot Ace greets visitors as he makes his way through the crowd.

Nik Johnson, 8, digs into a caramel apple.

The largest pumpkin weighed in at an incredible 1461 pounds.

Amyiah Parker, 4, tries out the view from a tractor seat.

Thomas Judd gives Meadow Lynn Lion a quick cut and blow dry before judging begins.

15 day old piglets try to get some rest while on display.

A 1st prize winner in one of the poultry divisions.

If any turkey should get a Thanksgiving pardon it should be this one, the grand prize winner.

Hope Wardell drains rainwater off an awning at Uncle Smitty’s French Fries after a torrential downpour brought activities to a halt.

Brooklyn Bartlett riding Hagen Das in an equestrian competition.

Kelsey Cole rides Like A Lady in an equestrian jumping competition.

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Sherwood Saltfleet Field Hockey

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MacNab Westdale Baseball

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