Entry forms are due by 5pm. To be delivered to the Creston VisitorsCentre
Exhibitors with 20 or more entries may pick up their entry tags at the CDCC.
6:00pm - 8:00pm Exhibits to be brought to CDCC .
1:00pm - 9:00pm Open to the public
9:00am - 5pm Open to the public.
4:30pm Award Presentation.
5pm-6:30pm All Exhibits must be picked up
- Randy Meyer, President – 250.428.7013
- Lisa Brown, Vice-President – 250.428.0093
- Sheila Meyer, Secretary – 250.428.7013
- Jeanine Anderson, Treasurer-250-402-6650
- Lisa Browne Advertising – 250-428-0093
- Gary Anderson, Entertainment – 250-402-6650
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Auction for the 2020 Creston Valley Agricultural Society Bursary – Silent Auction
Join us for the 2020 Creston Valley Agricultural Society Bursary Silent Auction! On Friday evening & Saturday at the CDCC! All proceeds from the auction benefit the Creston Valley Agricultural Society Bursary. All items are locally grown, supplied, or produced. Creston Valley Agricultural Society Box 67 Creston BC V0B 1G0
Pedal Tractor Pull Competition
Designed for children age 5-10, the pedal tractor pull brings a classic event to a younger group of participants. The event will be set up outside the CDCC on Saturday. 1pm approximately.
Creston Valley Farmers’ Market
Join us on Saturday, September 12th for a special Fall Fair edition of the Creston Valley Farmers’ Market. We’ll be parked outside the Creston & District Community Complex starting at 9:00am. Don’t forget to look for booths inside the complex as well. Please keep in mind there will be limited parking due to the construction this year.
Children’s Colouring Contest
This is for children 5 years & under. Pick up your colouring page at the Creston Visitors centre on Canyon St. You can then drop it & your entry form off once completed at the visitors centre. CRESTON FAIR COLOURING CONTEST entry form
Antique Tractor Display
There will be Antique tractors on display both Friday & Saturday. Come to see what was used yesteryear when farming. Vote for your favorite one.
Fall Fair Feast-Locally grown foods
Come & join us on Saturday evening, September 12th at doors open at 6:30pm, dinner will be at 7:30pm. Dance to follow-Steele Wheels will be playing for the dance. The dinner is catered by Demtre’s Catering. The dinner will feature all locally grown food & beverages. Tickets will be available in July 2020. $35 each. Can be purchased at Black Bear Books & Fly in the Fibre. Net Proceeds will be donated to Local Farmer’s Market Nutritional Coupon program. https://www.crestonvalleyfair.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/Fall-Feast-Poster-2019.jpeg
Schedule of Events-4-H Arena
Join the 4-H members as they participate in the competitions. Who is the best showman, which animal will win Grand Champion? These kids have worked hard all year, come & support them & this great program. Don’t forget about the Auction on Saturday. Shows on Friday & Saturday. Please click on the link attached for the full Livestock schedule-4-H shows & sale as well as other events in the Livestock barn. 2019 Livestock Barn schedule https://www.crestonvalleyfair.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/2019-Livestock-Barn-Schedule.pdf
Schedule of Events-Entertainment 2020
Check out all of the live entertainment for this year’s 101st Anniversary Creston Valley Fall Fair 2019 Creston Valley Fall Fair Entertainment- Friday & Saturday will feature local live entertainment on the stage in the arena. Come out to see the Creative Monkeys, they will do impromptu performances through the fair on Saturday as well as appearing on the stage at 2pm. This is great Family entertainment, bring the kids (and the parents). Fun for everyone! https://www.crestonvalleyfair.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/Creative-Monkeys-Logo.png
Entry Deadline is Friday, September 4th at 5pm Please drop off your entry forms with payment to the Creston Visitor’s Centre or mail them to PO Box 95, Creston, BC V0B1G0 Thanks for entering! The booklet cover is attached, then entry forms are on this website. https://www.crestonvalleyfair.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/Booklet-cover-2019.pdf
An Introduction to the Native Bees of the Kootenays
Gordon Hutchings of Hutchings Bee Service has been studying native bees for 25 years in B.C., Yukon and Saskatchewan. He has been contract field biologist for Royal B.C. Museum, B.C. Ministry of Environment (Conservation Data Centre), the Yukon Territory Government, and Canada Wildlife Service. Read this for more information about Gord https://sites.google.com/site/hutchingsbeeservice/home