Parade kicks off 2017 Aldergrove Fair Days

Free family fun all wweekend long with everything from antique tractor pulls to concert by Trooper

The Aldergrove Fair Days Parade kicked off Saturday morning, July 15, in downtown Aldergrove.

It’s just the start of a full calendar of family fun this weekend at the Aldergrove Fair, with a nod to the ’60s and Flower Power.

You can see the entire calendar of events and activities at these websites:

B.C.’s classic rock band Trooper headlines the Aldergrove 2017 Fair

Aldergrove Fair Days Events and Activities Schedule

Rundown on the good family fun to be had at the 2017 Aldergrove Fair Days

Fond memories of ‘Summer of Love’ at 2017 Aldergrove Fair Days

105th annual Aldergrove Fair Days will celebrate “Flower Power” on July 14, 15 and 16, 2017

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