Annual Fall Fair to feature band contest

Bands, soloists and singers are invited to show their stuff at the Fall Fair starting on Sunday morning, Sept. 7.

Are you a musician?

Bands, soloists and singers are invited to show their stuff at the Fall Fair starting on Sunday morning, Sept. 7, and going until 3 p.m. The public is invited to listen and rate the groups and individuals. This is a Fan’s Choice showdown. Any group or individual wishing to be on stage at the fair should contact Dan Kastor at 250-295-6993. Fan’s Choice winner will receive $100.

Teen Art Showcase

Teenage artists are invited to show their art work (any kind) at the Fall Fair to be judged. Top prize is $50, second $25 and $10 third prize.

What’s in your basket?

Are you good at making up gift baskets? The Fall Fair is asking exhibitors to create a basket and possibly win $50 (people’s choice). What can you put in the basket? Anything you made. You might put in a dried flower display, jam, jelly or other preserves, handicrafts, needlework items. Be creative and show your talent. You do not have to make the basket itself, but the contents should be things you created.

Follow the Princeton and District Agricultural Fall Fair on Facebook.

 

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