B.C. Association of
Agricultural Fairs and Exhibitions

The objective of the B.C. Association of Agricultural Fairs and Exhibitions is to educate the public about the importance of agriculture, where their food comes from and the value agriculture adds to the economy of British Columbia.

Join us on social media this fair season for the #BuyBC photo contest! Attend one of 15 participating fairs, snap a picture or a selfie featuring Buy BC displays and BC products, post it and tag it #bcfairs and #buybc, and you’ll be entered to win a $100 gift card! Click here for more details.

BC Fairs 108th Conference is coming October 18 – 20!

Go to the drop down menu under “Programs and Publications” above and click  Annual Conference for more details!


Lakes District Fall Fair – CANCELLED

The current displacement of residents from their homes, disruptions to normal routines and uncertainty about the extent and duration of the current wildfires make it impossible for the Fall Fair Association members to concentrate their energy on the 2018 Fall Fair.
The Fall Fair Association believes the same factors would make many potential exhibitors, performers, volunteers and patrons unable to participate in the Fair the first week in September.
Accordingly, the Fall Fair Association has very reluctantly decided to cancel the 2018 Lakes District Fall Fair.
The Fall Fair Association has made this decision as quickly as circumstances permitted. Our group sincerely regrets any inconvenience that may be caused.
The Fall Fair Association puts the highest value on past and current support the Fair receives from government, corporate sponsors, exhibitors, performers, vendors, volunteers, and patrons.
When the time is right in our community, the Fall Fair Association and its volunteers will join in efforts to support community members who have suffered losses due to the wildfires. Together, we will celebrate our community’s resilience and unconquerable spirit.
In the meantime, with the rest of the Lakes District community our thoughts and our energies will go into working with firefighters, first responders, elected officials, property owners and volunteers to ensure the fires get under control, and that the Lakes District community gets back to normal routines as quickly as possible.