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Hants County Exhibition

221 Wentworth Road, Windsor, Canada
Agricultural Service
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Hants County Exhibition is North America's Oldest Agricultural Fair established in 1765.  The Exhibition is held over two weekends in September each year.  The grounds also hosts many horse shows, musical shows and campouts throughout the summer months.

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From 1983. Busy quilters making a difference.

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Pony club tack exchange at Hants Exhibition Park this weekend. Read all about it...

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Early bird water slide passes! Get em while they’re hot!

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David certainly left his mark. His contribution to the Hants County Exhibition and the Exhibition and agricultural community is impossible to put into words. Thank you to all of our Exhibition friends who sent memories, stories and kind words. To those of you who made or are making donations to the Hants Co Ex, we will be planning something special in Dave’s memory and will keep you updated. Thank you so much and see you all in September if not before.

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Mark your calendars and share away! Dates for the 253rd Hants County Ex are September 14-16 and 21-23 2018.

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Rest In Peace David. Your contribution and commitment to the Hants County Exhibition will never be forgotten.

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Sometimes a little reminder is good. 253 years in 2018! 💪 From Wikipedia: Image result for oldest agricultural fair in North America: It is known for being the oldest continuously run agricultural fair in North America. It was first held on the grounds of Fort Edward beginning in 1765 and has been running continuously since 1815. The fair has been held at the nearby Hants Exhibition Arena and exhibition grounds since the land was purchased in 1949. Hants County Exhibition - Wikipedia

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Attention poultry fanciers! Coming up Saturday May 5th. 🐣

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And just because it’s Canadian Agriculture Day why not learn a little more about Agriculture in Canada? Here’s a little reading...

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