ENTERTAINMENT  2017

 

Great things to be found in the Entertainment Alley, The Entertainment Building and around the grounds this year . . .

CLICK ON NEWSLETTER FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT MARSHALL DANE

Have a listen to Marshall Dane.  Just click on the pictures above to take you to Marshall’s videos.   Dust off your cowboy boots for this fun, energetic and crazy sounding band.  Admission to the fair is only $5.00 and if you are coming to the dance, an extra $5.00 to get in.  Be prepared to have a great night of music with friends and family.

 

New this year  – We have changed the format of the Prince and Princess Competition to include boys and girls together in competition. Thank you to our new sponsor this year, Gangle Insurance.

KAYLA SMITH, 2016- 2017

AMBASSADOR COMPETITION
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29TH AT 7:30 PM – ENTERTAINMENT BUILDING

The Ambassador Competition has moved to the Entertainment Building.  Introduction of the Contestants will be at the Grandstand at 7 pm with the official fair opening.

Come cheer on your favourite contestant vying for Ambassador of the Wallacetown Fair.
Each contestant will say a speech and answer an impromptu question. He or she will represent the fair at District and the CNE.  Good luck to all our representatives and a big thank you to all their sponsors.

 

Pictured here is our reigning Ambassador Kayla Smith, 2016 – 2017

 

If you would like information on how to enter for a chance to win a $1000 scholarship, see Ambassador Contest under Fair Info or contact Anna Tokarz at 519-762-2617.

PET SHOW

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1st- 4 – H BUILDING

REGISTRATION AT 9:30 AM
JUDGING STARTS AT 10:00 AM

Contact: Director Helen Van Brenk
519-762-6454

The Golden Helmets

SATURDAY, September 30th – Grandstand post Parade

Majinx will be at the Grandstand on Saturday only at

2:00 pm, 4:00pm and 8:30 pm in the Entertainment Building

PARADE – NOON ON SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30TH

AT THE GRANDSTAND

 

Registration for the parade is at 10:30 – 11:00 am with judging to commence sharply at 11:00 am.

Registration will take place on the infield portion of the track near the mid-backstretch.

Stay and watch the Commemorative Match Race – Man Versus Beast following the parade.

Country Roots and Rubber Boots!    Imagine the possibilities to decorate your float!  Get together with friends, family, sports teams, etc. and enter the parade!

 

Floats to enter through the back-entrance gate from Sifton Street proceeding to the track and turning left on the track.  Parade will assemble at the fairgrounds, on the track on the backstretch of the racetrack and infield.

Entries to be in place before 11:00 am with judging to commence at 11:00 am SHARP.

No registration is needed at the office. 

PLEASE SEE PARADE COMMITTEE AT THE REGISTRATION AREA ON THE BACKSTRETCH.

 


Floats – 1st – $100, 2nd – $75 3rd – $50

  1. Float or Decorated Vehicle decorated for Fair Theme
  2. Float decorated to commemorate Canada’s 150th Anniversary

Judges favourite float– ribbon only

 

Walking or Riders 1st – $30, 2nd – $25, 3rd – $20

  1. Decorated Bike, Pedal or Battery Powered Toy Vehicle decorated for fair Theme
  2. Decorated Lawn Tractor, 4-wheeler for fair Theme
  3. Pet and Owner Dressed in Fair Theme
  4. Individual Adult Walking (14 years or older) in Fair Theme
  5. Individual Child Walking (under 14) in Fair Theme
  6. Best Horse and Rider Dressed in Fair Theme
  7. Any child under the age of 18 walking in the parade in rubber boots – 2 free ride tickets

COOKING WITH JOHN

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1ST AT 1:30 PM
IN THE THE ENTERTAINMENT BUILDING

Chef John Mairleitner’s cooking demonstration featuring his delicious talents has become a tradition at the Wallacetown Fair. Pictured here are John and his three daughters.

Whatever John is making, it is sure to thrill the tastebuds!

Mud Bogg and The Mudmen- 7:30 pm Saturday, September 30th at the Grandstand

 

New this year – You gotta come and see this.  We are building a mud bogg in front of the grandstand to delight all ages.

Classes are Truck/ SUV, Car, ATV and Snowmobile.  Runs based on elapsed time. 

Prize Money –  1st – $250 2nd – $100 and 3rd – $50. 

Pit size – estimate of 40 feet wide x 160 feet long with 18 inches or better in depth.  (See rules under Mud Bogg)

The Mudmen – Celtic Rock Warriors  are a high energy band that will leave you wanting more.  Inbetween pulls the Mudmen will be at the Grandstand for your entertainment.  If the weather is poor – look for them in the 4-H building.   

The Sons of Song – Sunday, October 1, 2017 at 1 pm and 3 pm in the Entertainment Building
Proudly sponsored by West Elgin Mutual Insurance
Be sure not to miss the Sons of Song.  Their East Coast Sound and fun twist on new songs will be sure to please all ages.  Clear a path for dancing and have some fun.

To listen to more – go to the following link

https://www.reverbnation.com/davehibbs

DUTTON  DUNWICH FIRE DEPARTMENT

 

We thank the Fire Department for their continued involvement with the Wallacetown Fair during the Demolition Derby and for participating in the parade as well.

Many thanks to Chief Dan Lundy and his crew and for making us feel safe!