Queens County Fair - agricultural exhibition and more in Caledonia, Nova Scotia
[Queens County Fair]

Welcome to the Queens County Fair!

The Queens County Fair is held in Caledonia, Nova Scotia, in the third week of September each year.

That's not the only event in town though! Throughout the year, the Queens County Fair Association host a variety of events and rent out the grounds and facilities to local organisations. Have a look through our website for full details...

We look forward to welcoming you to Caledonia sometime soon!

Latest News:

Annual Meeting Location Confirmed
posted: 11th December 2014
It Is confirmed - the Annual Meeting will be held at the Westfield Community Hall on Jan 10th 2 pm
Annual Meeting
posted: 9th December 2014
The Annual Meeting will be held on Saturday, Jan. 10th, 2015 and we are waiting on confirmation for the location so will have that posted shortly. Meeting will open at 2 pm and again we will be doing a pot luck supper for anyone who would like to remain for that. See you there.
Dates For Events For 2015
posted: 8th November 2014
We are doing some early planning for 2015 so just to let everyone know this is the list of events for next season.
Winter Storage comes out April 25th
Spring Horse Pull - May 16th
ATV Pull - June 6th
Spring Ox Pull - June 20th
Mudfest - July 11th & 12th
ATV Pull - August - date to be announced
RCMP Musical Ride - Sept. 8th
Queens County Fair - Sept. 15th - 19th
Winter Storage goes in on Oct. 31st
Information for each event will be posted as it becomes available.
Announcement Made Today :)
posted: 4th September 2014
As Caledonia gets ready for the Queens County Fair, the federal government brought in a gift of $68,250 to upgrade the facilities.

The announcement was made by Rob Moore, Minister of State (Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency), and Gerald Keddy, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of National Revenue and for ACOA and Member of Parliament (South Shore–St. Margaret’s).

Improvements will be made to the pavilion, the west field gatehouse and main building. In addition, a 256 square foot wheelchair accessible service facility will be constructed. The renovations will result in increased versatility for the venue and will allow for larger events such as farmers markets, livestock and equestrian shows. These improvements will result in increased winter use, including the return of outdoor skating.

The Government of Canada is providing a contribution of $68,250 to the project through ACOA’s Innovative Communities Fund (ICF). Additionally, the Province of Nova Scotia is investing $38,000 through the Province of Nova Scotia Department of Communities, Culture and Heritage.

Announcement Made by Manager Doreen Holdright

We are pleased as well that Nova Scotia Heritage and Culture through the Heritage Properties and their Community Facilities Improvement have also provided us with an additional $38,000. plus $10.000 for the purchase of new windows for the Main Building. The scope of the work is the replacement of roofing and a much needed upgrade to the Main Building. Upon completion of the project we will have new siding on several other buildings, upgrades to the existing washroom as well as a new smaller wheelchair accessible washroom. Its a big project but should make all the difference.