Come & be part of it!

The Dundalk Fall Fair is held at the Fair Grounds and Arena at the corner of Highway 10 and Main Street Dundalk, ON.




Fair Admission Prices

Weekend Pass $15.00 (available all weekend)

Friday evening $5.00

Saturday $8.00

Sunday $8.00

Students $2.00

Children 12 years old and under FREE


2019 Vendors


We still have outdoor vendor spaces available. Spaces are limited, so send us your completed application asap! More vendor details are included on the application form. We do not accept food/drink vendors. Click to download the Vendor Application Form.

Dundalk Young at Heart USCO

Gideons International of Canada

Scentsy - Becca Berry

Southgate Library

Wesleyan Church

Arbonne - Brook Ward

Whisky & Wine Rustic Design Co.

Chimerical Meraki

Carolyn Morris, Author

Eat Local Grey Bruce

Norwex - Lynn Babcock


Jules Expressions

Thirty One - Kim Trudgeon

CharBees Trinkets

Evie’s Bargain Booth

United Way of Bruce Grey

2019 Fair Book

The fair book contains information for exhibitors and visitors, including a list of classes, sections and prizes. When entering items to be judged at the fair, exhibitor rules apply and can be found in the fair book.

Event details, executive and committee contact information, sponsors, maps and messages from our Ag. Society President and JR and SR Fair Ambassadors are all included in the book. It is an annual production, published a couple months before our fall fair.

Pick up a book from the Dundalk Herald or the Southgate Ruth Hargrave Memorial Library.

Fall Fair Food

From peameal-on-a-bun and deep fried pickles to 100% local beef burgers, homemade pie and funnel cakes, we have tons of food choices to satisfy your hunger and your sweet tooth!

Outside - Two food booths located beside the green cattle barn and track: (1) Dundalk Ag. Society food booth featuring fair favourites (2) Snack Shack with sweet and savory treats

Inside Arena - Open Friday evening and Saturday; Closed Sunday

All three of our food booths are run by Dundalk Agricultural Society board members and volunteers. We're proud to feature menu items from local producers and businesses.

Interested in volunteering to work a shift in one of our food booths?

Contact Kimberly Stacey at 519-278-1615
or Donna Nicholls at 519-923-2984

There are many classes to display your talents:
quilting, arts & crafts, domestic science, photography - to name a few!


Arena open to view entries:

Friday 7 - 10:30PM

Saturday 9AM - 5:30pm

Sunday 9AM - 3PM

When to enter exhibits:

Thursday 6 - 8pm

Friday 9 - 11:30AM

Pick up entries Sunday at 3:30pm



Posted April 24, 2018

New Section for Class 19:

Crocheted Twiddlemuffs
Click to download details about the Twiddlemuff section. Please note that these entries will be donated to persons in the area. Twiddlemuffs benefit people with Alzheimer's disease or dementia.

What’s a twiddlemuff?

A twiddlemuff is a knitted, crocheted or fabric tube with accessories such as ribbons and buttons sewn on to them. They are usually made up of many yarn textures, with notions sewn on the inside and outside of the muff. This allows for the person’s hands to stay warm while they are able to twiddle with the bits and pieces.

Why are twiddlemuffs used?

For many people with dementia, there are developments and changes to their personalities, one of which is to become increasingly agitated. Twiddlemuffs help to ease agitation and calm the person’s mood, as they can keep their hands and minds occupied. Many hospital wards have found that the muffs have a positive effect on patients by keeping them comforted, as well as encouraging movement and brain stimulation.

(Above info about twiddlemuffs cited from Love Knitting Blog)