Plenty of excitement at the Rock Creek & Boundary Fall Fair
The Rock Creek & Boundary Fall Fair is pleased to have Lieutenant Governor of B.C., the Honourable Judith Guichon, present to open the annual event Saturday, September 14.
Yhe Honourable Judith Guichon has spent a lifetime working and volunteering in community organizations and has an extensive background in ranching, so it’s perfect for this year’s theme “Powered by Volunteers”.
Fair organizers are offering anotherenticement for those talented people throughout the area who enter exhibits.
The prizes for the Most Exhibits at this year’s Fair have been increased to a whopping $500 for first, $300 for second and $200 for third place.
The goal for increasing is to try and create some healthy competition throughout the area for people to get as many exhibits as possible into all the Fair categories.
There is no fee charged for exhibit entries so we invite everyone to enter as much as they can, and maybe they’ll win one of the big prizes.
The Rock Creek & Boundary Fall Fair, set for September 14-15, is located in south central British Columbia’s Boundary Country, amongst the sun drenched mountains of the beautiful Kettle River Valley.
The Fair is one of the last “true” country fairs. It is commonly referred to as “The biggest little country fair around” and is great for the whole family.