Over the summer season, there are a lot of events happening across the province that will be fun for the whole family! For more information, please call us at 877-361-1231.

Westerner Days
Date: July 15-19
Location: Westerner Park, Red Deer

Westerner Days Fair & Exposition is central Alberta’s largest summer celebration. From midway rides and free entertainment to the nightly Pony Chuckwagon Races and agricultural and arts shows and exhibits, there’s something for everyone. There is so much to see and do – try picking a favorite!


Open Farm Days
Date: August 22-23, 2015
Location: all across Alberta!

Alberta Open Farm Days is about farmers and ranchers inviting their urban and rural neighbours to stop in for a visit to share stories, see demonstrations, and learn more about the farmers who grow their food.
As well, some of Alberta’s most talented chefs and rural communities will be hosting a memorable series of farm to table culinary events that will be held around the province on August 22, using Alberta farm products.
Farms across the province will open their gates on August 23. Admission is free. Join us and explore Alberta this summer.

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Westlock Fair
Date: August 23, 2015
Location: Westlock

Country Roads Holstein Club will be hosting a dairy tour on August 23 during the Westlock Fair to a local dairy farm. This is your opportunity to find out where your milk comes from and connect with the local farmers that produce your milk.

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Old Country Fair
Date: September 25-26, 2015
Location: University of Alberta

A good old fashioned Country Fair will take over the Edmonton Research Station on South Campus this fall, to celebrate the Faculty of Agricultural, Life & Environmental Sciences’ first 100 years!

“Main Street”, the mile-long road running north/south, will have interactive displays featuring the faculty, departments, centres and institutes, focusing on “our accomplished past … our limitless future.”

There will be plenty of family-friendly activities such as dunk tanks, pie eating contests, potato sack races, giant Jenga, the ALES 100 Jeopardy game, horseshoe toss, bean bag games and more! A mini farmers market will be located down by the old barn and, of course, the ALES Museum will be open to one and all.

Looking forward to seeing you at ALES 100 celebration!

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