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Queens County Fair Inc. requires a Certificate of Insurance from concessions and exhibitors prior to fair opening.
Exhibitors wishing to sell articles must mark “FOR SALE”. Please contact Emma Thibault or the Household Arts Committee.
2017 Four-Day Fair Passes - $30.00, HST included • Day Admission - $8.00, HST included • Children 12 and under admitted free. Friday, September 15, 2017 is Senior Citizens Day - $6.00, HST included.
NO REFUNDS All exhibitors, employees and visitors must obtain tickets or passes upon entry to the Fair. Our address is:
Queens County Fair Inc. 20 Court House Road, Gagetown, NB E5M 1E4
Phone: (506) 488-3252 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
A few housekeeping notes:
Should there be any discrepancies between information in the fair book and on the website; the fair book information shall prevail.
Throughout the website, reference will be made to specific days of the fair week rather than the dates of the current year.
Rule 32. Pony rides will not be permitted.
Rule 33. No dogs allowed on the fairgrounds with the exception of service animals. Please don’t leave dogs unattended in vehicles.
Rule 34. To avoid congestion on the fairgrounds during the fair and when picking up exhibits, entrance to the grounds will be controlled as follows: 4:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. on Friday and Saturday during the light horse classes, the only vehicles authorized to enter/exit, other than emergency vehicles, will be those of the entertainers going to/from the outdoor stage; 5:00 p.m. on Sunday when the fair closes, livestock trucks and trailers can enter to load animals; 6:00 p.m. on Sunday the gates will be opened for passenger vehicles to enter for picking up exhibits. Exhibitors are asked to not block the exhibit building entrance with their vehicles.
Situated in the beautiful Village of Gagetown, NB, Canada, the Shiretown of Queens County, the Queens County Fair is an agriculture based fair that has something for everyone! Visit the mid-way, the exhibit halls, the barns, check out what the vendors have to offer and take a few minutes to enjoy the variety of entertainment.
Gagetown is located on the stunning Gagetown Creek of the St. John River, roughly halfway between Saint John and Fredericton on Route 102. Boasting a full service marina, restaurants, museums, several craft shops offering many varied and exciting locally made arts and crafts, Gagetown offers something for everyone. Also a favourite location for bird watchers and boaters alike, the Queens County Fair should not be missed. See you at the fair!