Annual Kettleby Fair arrives Sept. 7

August 27, 2013   ·   0 Comments

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For the 37th year, Kettleby Fair is planning a full day of enjoyment for young and old alike. Be sure to attend on Saturday, Sept. 7, where you will find some new attractions alongside the traditions many expect to find.
Familiar face Robert Gwalchmai is bringing his forge to do live demonstrations of the blacksmith’s skill. The Good Guys Carting Dogs will showcase their dogs’ special abilities and provide rides for the very young.
Bernie of the Mutt Show is coming to offer free advice on any subject you care to name.  The Robert Davies Kids Music and Comedy Show (seen on Treehouse TV) will provide two shows in the Family Area, and John Ebata, an incredible keyboard musician and arranger, will be on the Main Stage, coming to Kettleby Fair for the first time.
Country singer Traci Kennedy is also new to the Fair. There will be more vendors than ever, as the Market Place has become available to both artisans and vendors of all sorts in addition to the traditional crafters.
When you think of Kettleby Fair this year, think of “more” – more shopping, more stage entertainment and more fun! The event runs 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Admission is only $7 for adults, $2 for children under 12, $4 for seniors and $4 for teens 12-16.
For more, visit kettlebyfair.ca.



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