This image of the first Aldergrove Fair in 1912 shows a group of women in a foot race on what is now 272 Street next to the Alder Inn Hotel -- the former hotel was named the Hotel Western Home and the barn at right was for horses and carriages. The 100th edition of the Aldergrove Fair is only a month away and the Fair Days Committee is planning a gala event with many special features and attractions planned for the fair grounds at Aldergrove Secondary School and Aldergrove Kinsmen Community Centre and the attached parkland. Be sure to pick up a copy of the Fair Book at The Star and Aldergrove Library and plan your entries in the various categories -- all of them free to enter!

This image of the first Aldergrove Fair in 1912 shows a group of women in a foot race on what is now 272 Street next to the Alder Inn Hotel -- the former hotel was named the Hotel Western Home and the barn at right was for horses and carriages. The 100th edition of the Aldergrove Fair is only a month away and the Fair Days Committee is planning a gala event with many special features and attractions planned for the fair grounds at Aldergrove Secondary School and Aldergrove Kinsmen Community Centre and the attached parkland. Be sure to pick up a copy of the Fair Book at The Star and Aldergrove Library and plan your entries in the various categories -- all of them free to enter!

100 Years of the Aldergrove Fair

This image of the first Aldergrove Fair in 1912 shows a group of women in a foot race on what is now 272 Street next to the Alder Inn Hotel

This image of the first Aldergrove Fair in 1912 shows a group of women in a foot race on what is now 272 Street next to the Alder Inn Hotel — the former hotel was named the Hotel Western Home and the barn at right was for horses and carriages.

The 100th edition of the Aldergrove Fair is only a month away and the Fair Days Committee is planning a gala event with many special features and attractions planned for the fair grounds at Aldergrove Secondary School and Aldergrove Kinsmen Community Centre and the attached parkland.

Be sure to pick up a copy of the Fair Book at The Star or Aldergrove Library and plan your entries in the various categories — all of them free to enter!