Aldergrove Fair Days - July 18-20 at Aldergrove Athletic Park

Come to Aldergrove’s 102nd Fair!

It is my pleasure to welcome you to the 2014 Aldergrove Fair as we celebrate our 102nd anniversary!

Editor:

It is my pleasure to welcome you to the 2014 Aldergrove Fair as we celebrate our 102nd anniversary!

The Aldergrove Fair is a long standing tradition for many members of our community and surrounding area. Each year we celebrate everything that is good about agriculture in our community including a showcase of the best produce, homecrafts, children’s and 4-H displays and especially this year tractors.

As our community grows, we invite our new neighbours and children to experience the tradition of coming to the Fair and enjoying a wealth of activities and entertainment while learning more about agriculture and our rural heritage.

The Aldergrove Fair would not be possible without the hard work by many dedicated volunteers, our exhibitors, sponsors, local businesses and the support from the members of Council and the valuable staff from the Township of Langley. My sincere thank you to everyone.

Aldergrove Fair is a spectacular family event with something to see and do for everyone. So come and experience some home grown fun and join us in celebrating the good things in life.

Check out all the events on our mobile app www.AldergroveFair.ca and please help spread the news of your hometown fair!

Karen Long, President, Aldergrove Fair Days 2014

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