When:
June 17, 2018 @ 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm
2018-06-17T12:00:00-04:00
2018-06-17T16:00:00-04:00
Where:
Richmond Fairgrounds
Cost:
Free

Children’s Activities Area
Featuring games, entertainment, face painting, pony rides, small animals and much more.

Displays
Interior and outdoor historical displays celebrating Richmond’s past, which include a working blacksmith shop, campfire cooking, chainsaw carving demo, indigenous Art for Aid presentation, leather tanning, vintage tractor display, and historic characters photo booth.

Military Camp
Period military encampment with representation of military units who served in Canada as well as overseas from 1700 to 1946.

Besides the static displays there will be musket drill and music demonstrations.

A Hands on History opportunity is available to fire a musket and kids can drill in uniform as they did during the War of 1812.

Blacksmith Demonstration

Campfire Cooking Demonstration

Vintage Vehicles
There will be something for everyone. On display will be tractors, classic cars and military vehicles from all eras.

Cavanagh Equipment Table Display

Chainsaw Carving Demo

Llama Petting and Wool Crafts

Leather Tanning Tools

Metal Detecting Display

Ministry of Natural Resources Display

Photo Booth

Have your picture taken with the Duke, Fox, or whimsical cut outs.

Richmond 200 Merchandise Booth

Rope Maker and Small Bales

Sheep Petting

Soaps/salves/balms

Vintage Dairy, Engine, Tractor, Truck, Buggy Display

Food Court

Try out one of the scrumptious food vendors (cost extra):

Wood Fired Pizza
Mexican Cantina
Fadi’s Fabulous Foods
Poutine Truck

Lemonade
Mr. Sundae
Beavertails
Holmespun Ice Cream Bike

Activities at the Fairgrounds