Summer is here and so are country fairs, offering up a load of entertainment for a whole day (or weekend).

Kanata Fun Fair | Canada Day

This fair, in the heart of Canada’s capital is one not to miss. Come join us at the Ottawa Funfair to celebrate Canada Day! You will find midway rides, fun foods, games and even Little Rays Reptiles…..and huge fireworks!!!!

July 1st – 100 Charlie Rogers place, Ottawa, Ontario 


Expo Lachute Fair

As the oldest agricultural fair in Quebec and the second oldest in Canada, this fair has been entertaining visitors for a long time. This year, it kicks off with a parade at 6 p.m. on Saturday, July 7 at Richelieu Park and continues with shows and entertainment throughout the weekend.

July 7-10th – 399 Gougeon, Lachute, Quebec


Calixa-Lavallée Agricultural Fair

Located south-east of Montreal, this fair is celebrating its 142nd edition this year and invites everyone to experience farm life with plenty of family fun. You can expect demolition derby, tractor and truck pulls, games and inflatables for kids, petting farm, an excavator or milk a mechanical cow, vendors and food.

July 8-10th – 602-A, ch. de la Beauce, Calixa-Lavallée


Coaticook Valley Fair

This fair highlights local agricultural products and all things rural, offering events and activities for all. Visitors can also take in other attractions in the area including the beautiful Parc de la Gorge de Coaticook with its suspension bridge and Foresta Lumina show, nature parks, beaches, hiking and biking trails.

August 5-7th – 125 Morgan St., Coaticook, Quebec


Williamstown Fair

This fair, for more than two centuries, has been Canada’s Oldest Annual Fair, has been the gathering place for thousands of area residents.

Located just a skip and a hop from Lancaster Ont., the Williamstown Fair is Canada’s oldest annual fair and has been delighting visitors since 1812. With gorgeous grounds, heritage-style buildings, and a great family-friendly atmosphere, it’s the ideal spot to celebrate rural life. Here, you will find Canin agility, competitions, cattle and horse show, vendors, midway, live music and entertainment, games and kids’ activities.

August 6-7th – 19629 John St., Williamstown, Ontario


Vankleek Hill Fair

This fair located in the beautiful town of Vankleek Hill celebrates “Blue Jeans & Country Scenes” with its 178th edition of its fair. Covering four days in late August, there’s lots of time to see and experience midway with rides for all ages, a combine and tractor pulls, horse pull, and car demolition derby.

August 18-21st – 92 Main St., West, Vankleek Hill, Ontario


Brome Fair

This fair is an annual agricultural fair which takes place every Labour Day weekend.  It is the largest rural agricultural fair in Quebec.  For over 160 years, it has welcomed visitors from near and far, giving them ”a taste” of what agriculture is today. In addition to the cattle, horses, goats, sheep and poultry competitions, visitors also enjoy the traditional handicraft and horticulture exhibits. Many look forward to the variety of commercial vendors as well as the entertainment and shows offered throughout the entire weekend.

September 2-5th – 345 Stagecoach Rd., Brome, Quebec