Author Archives: Rachel McNally

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Ride All Day Pass Deadline Approaching

The 2019 Sunday Ride All Day passes are now available for advance sale through our community partners; the Brooklin Home Hardware location and the Brooklin Legion!

Be sure to visit one of these locations during business hours to get your hands on a Ride All Day Pass!

Important Conditions Apply:
– $30 advance sales only (last sale May 29th)
– No refunds
– Riders MUST meet the TSSA Height Requirements
– Admission to the Fair is NOT included
– Redeemable for SUNDAY only (bring your pre-purchased ticket to any ticket booth to obtain your Ride All Day Wrist Band!)


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Ram Rodeo Tour Coming to BSF 2019!

The Brooklin Agricultural Society  is excited to welcome the RAM RODEO TOUR to the 2019 Brooklin Spring Fair! Join us on Sunday June 2 for the show!

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Homecraft Registration is OPEN!

Have you heard the news yet?

Visit the homecraft page on our website ( and scroll to the orange button on to enter online – easy peasy lemon squeezy . . . or should we say easy peasy udder squeezy!

Early bird entry is March 30, 2019.

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2019 Fair Theme

Last year was for the bees this year we’re calling the cows home!

The Brooklin Agricultural Society is excited to bring attention to our dairy industry by celebrating all things dairy at this years Fair.

So come on out and Show Us Your Dairy-Eh!

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New to the Ag Tent!

Hydro One’s Electricity Discovery Centre will be visiting the Brooklin Spring Fair as part of the Ag Tent!
The Discovery Centre is a 1,000 square foot, climate controlled, fully accessible double-expandable event trailer containing thought-provoking and interactive exhibits to engage and educate visitors of all ages about  Hydro One, help customers manage their electricity costs, and learn about electrical safety. 
Check out to learn more and be sure to drop by the Discovery Centre in the Ag Tent at the Brooklin Spring Fair!” 

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Seminar Alert!

Curious what it takes to become a certified judge? Have you ever been curious how the homecraft categories are judge?

New to the 2018 Fair join speaker Barb Weese, OAAS Qualified Judge, to learn all about how certain homecraft categories are judged.

Date: Sunday June 3, 2018
Where: In the Welcome Home Building (Arena) on the Stage
When: 2:00 – 3:30 p.m.
Speaker: Barb Weese – OAAS Qualified Judge
Subject: How your Homecraft exhibits are judged.
             – Class 100 – Quilts & Quilting
             – Class 200 – Knitting & Crochet
             – Class 300 – Sewing
             – Class 400 – Household Items & Crafts
             – Class 600 – Culinary Arts
             – Class 1400 – Junior Talents( All – Rules)