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The Powassan Agricultural Society has made the tough decision to postpone our 2021 fall fair to 2022. We will be having an arts and crafts competition for children and a canning competition for adults. We are working on some other ideas for this year so please follow our social media accounts for updates!


FOR THE HORSE SHOW: 

NEW START TIME IS 10 AM.  RIDERS TO REGISTER BETWEEN 8 AND 9:30 AM

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The Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies (OAAS) is a unifying body for Agricultural Societies in Ontario which through communication and educational activities provides leadership to the entire agricultural industry.

http://ontarioagsocieties.com/

We are partnered with the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 453, Powassan Lions, Knights of Columbus and our local food bank. 

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We meet monthly, every 4th Tuesday @7pm at the Royal Canadian Legion, BR.453 62 King St. in Powassan. Everyone is welcome. September 28th is our next meeting,


Our charitable registration number is: 896102886RR0001

Our Premise Identification Number is: ON4212980









Our charitable registration number is: 896102886RR0001

Our Premise Identification Number is: ON4212980

great group of people. very informative always working tirelessly to help fellow agriculturists

Sherry Restoule

Fair Attendee

The grandkids had such a great time at the Fair. Not too expensive on the pocket book. Was able to treat them to lots of things and the free stuff was great too. Keep up the great work. Give all the volunteers a great big shout out for all their hard work. Wooo hoooo!

Karen Straus

Fair Attendee

We have been going for over 30 years and enjoy ourselves, the food, the fellowship, the activities, music, vendors and especially the horse pull. Thank you for keeping the tradition alive in the North.

Angela Trudel-Johnston

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