SUMMER FAIR AND FARM EXPO 2019
JULY 19th - 21st
TRACTOR AND TRUCK PULL ~ HEAVY HORSE PULL ~ CLASSIC CAR CRUISER ~ BEER TENT ~ HERITAGE BUILDINGS OPEN ~ KIDDIE PEDAL ~ KIDS ZONE ~ HANDS ON ACTIVITIES ~ FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT
All Summer Fair & Farm Expo vendor spaces are full and we are not accepting any further registrations. Unregistered vendors who show up at the Summer Fair will be turned away.
NEW! Photo Contest! Click on link below to see rules for entry! All amateurs welcome!
Photography Competition Summer Fair Rules.jpg
ADMISSION AND WEEKEND PASSES
Day Pass - $10.00
Individual Weekend Pass - $25.00
*Children under 10 admitted FREE when accompanied by an adult.
Outdoor Vendors can set up beginning at Noon on July 19th
Indoor Vendors can set up between 6:00pm-8:00pm on July 19th
Vendors must Supply their own table/chairs
No Hydro hookups
$20 fee payable upon arrival
**TENTATIVE SCHEDULE - times subject to change**
Friday: Gates Open at 6:00pm
Beer Garden Opens: 6:00pm until Concert Concludes
Food Vendors Open: 6:00pm until Concert Concludes
Concert Begins: 7:00pm with Stomper Taw Connors | Followed by Ty Baynton at approx. 9:00pm
Gates Close: 30 minutes after Concert Concludes
Saturday: Gates Open at 9:00am
Buildings Open: 9:00am to 5:00pm
Vendors Open: 9:00am to 5:00pm
Food Service: 9:00am to 11:00pm
Heavy Horse Pull: Reg. 9:00am | Pull at 9:30am
Antique Tractor Pull: Reg. 11:00am | Pull at 12:00pm
Kiddies Pedal Pull: 11:30am
Kids Zone: 10:00am to 5:00pm (Entertainment throughout the day, details to come)
Grand Parade: 2:30pm
Beer Garden: 12:00pm to 11:00pm
Super Pull: Reg. 4:00pm | Pulls start at 5:00pm
Gates Close: 30 minutes after Pull Concludes
Sunday: Gates Open at 9:00am
Buildings Open: 10:00am to 4:00pm
Vendors open: 9:00am to 4:00pm
Food Service: 9:00am to 4:00pm
Classic Car Show: 10:00am to 2:00pm
Kids Zone: 10:00am to 4:00pm (Entertainment throughout the day, details to come)
Kiddies Pedal Pull: 12:00pm
4-H Club Lawn Pulls: Reg. 9:00am | Pull 10:00am
Soper Creek Wildlife Rescue in the Gambrel Barn from 10am – 4pm (4 live presentations throughout the day)
Antique Tractor Pulls: Reg. 9:00am | Pull 10:00am
Mom to Mom Sale: 10:00am to 2:00pm (Puslinch Hall)
Powder Puff Pull: Reg. and Pull 1:00pm
Fair Closes: 4:00pm
Going into its 20th year, the former All Colour Show was a representation of various antique tractors with clubs at Country Heritage Park (and their outside affiliates) bringing together models from specific companies. Such events include Massey Ferguson weekends, Ford and John Deere weekends, and International Harvester (Big Red) weekends. These individual companies and the owners of these tractors are committed to ensuring the longevity of these relics from a bygone era.
However, antique tractors, despite having an appeal to a fair number of dedicated enthusiasts throughout Ontario and even North America, is not ensuring that the public attends these events in greater numbers, and, in fact, there are declining numbers for all so-called "tractor"; shows throughout the continent - simply because the aging of these dedicated men and women has meant most are no longer "gathering". Simply put, in order to follow the mandate of Country Heritage Park, its board, and its membership, changes needed to be conducted in order to ensure that the cornerstone (these antique tractors) remained but the rest of the three-day event was altered. Thus was born the Summer Fair and Farm Expo – a first in Ontario.
Country Heritage Park (CHP) is an 80-acre site depicting a rural crossroads community reflective of the past 185 years, complete with historic buildings, fairgrounds, and a story built into the fabric of the innovators and entrepreneurs who built the foundations of modern food and farming, and guide its future even today. Nestled in the shadow of the Niagara Escarpment, and on the western frontier of the fastest growing community in Canada (being Milton), CHP provides a unique rural-urban bridge to the more than seven-million residents of the GTA.
It is within this context that CHP is expanding its focus on both food and families - to be able to showcase and highlight the importance of our farming history while putting the spotlight on innovation. Along with numerous heritage buildings being open to the public with interpreters onsite role playing Canadian history there have been a number of new features added that will draw families from throughout the province: the heavy horse pulls; the lawn tractor pulls and pedal pulls for children; the tractor and truck pulls; Kids Zone area with hands on activities, crafts, entertainment; a fully enclosed swap and parts meet/Flea market (for all ages); a Classic Car Cruiser show; and beer garden.
Matt Dirksen on Highly Addictive in Milton 2013 pulling in the heavy class
Dirksen Pulling teams Unleashed pull #1 FULL PULL