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Havelock Fair

Havelock Fair clown On Saturday, September 9, 2017 the Havelock Fair will celebrate its 146th consecutive fair. What an amazing tradition! Situated at the base of beautiful Covey Hill in the southwestern corner of Quebec this is a family day not to be missed. Havelock Fair horse
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Havelock Fair exhibition hall
This one-day event greets approximately 3,000 guests including the many children who enter free to enjoy the sights and activities. This alone indicates the success of the fair.
Since 1871 Directors of The Huntingdon Agricultural Society – Division B, a non profit organization, have organized and operated this fun-filled day. Havelock Fair cow
Havelock Fair children The board’s common vision is on rural community. We aim to provide guests on fair day the opportunity to experience rural traditions, to promote agricultural awareness and contact with rural life and its people.
The exhibits are many, from paintings to crochet; embroidery to culinary delights; quilts to children’s displays of crafts; forage crops to flower arrangements; horse and cattle show to goats, rabbits, and a variety of fowl which all provide a glimpse into rural life for all spectators to see. Havelock Fair duck
Havelock Fair country music

Non-profit community groups are able to promote their organizations and sell wonderful home-baked goods and items that relate to their organization. Guests on fair day know that any money spent at these kiosks goes directly to supporting the advertised non-profit group.

Music is in the background at all times and has become an integral part of the day.  Local artists showcase their talents by providing a diverse variety of music.  From Scottish bagpipes to country and western tunes you can hear pleasant melodies.

The ultimate goal has always been to provide an entertaining day for spectators and exhibitors alike. 


The gates open at 8:00 a.m. to provide a day
full of fun for the entire family.

Admission is $10.00 and children under 12 get in FREE!


Sorry, no dogs permitted on the fairgrounds.

From the Mercier Bridge follow Route 138 to St. Martine and Howick. Turn left onto Route 203 South; this will take you directly to Havelock corners. A right turn onto Route 202 for 1 km and you can’t miss it! (For your GPS: Route 202, Havelock, QC J0S 2C0)

For more information contact:
Channa Sutton, Secretary, 514-850-1423
President - Sylvie Lussier
Vice President - Pat Healey

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