Horse Pull Team at Caledon Fair

Caledon Fair – 2023

See our Fair Competitions for 2023.

Join us at the Caledon Fair June 9, 10 and 11, 2023!


All weekend

  • Bavarian Gardens
  • Ag Awareness Tent
  • Hall Exhibits
  • Midway
  • Knox United Church Food Booth



5:00 PM – The Caledon Agricultural Fair

5:00 PM – We’ve got you covered all weekend long!

5:00 PM – Bavarian Garden, Knox Church Food Booth

5:00 PM – Midway

6:00 PM – Truck & Tractor Pull (5pm registration)

8:00 PM – Gord McDonald & Missing Link on Stage



10:00 AM – 5:00 PM Blacksmith Demo by Heatwave

10:00 AM – Society for Creative Anachronism displays of historic skills and technology

10:00 AM – British Antique Car Show

10:00 AM – Midway and Knox Church Food Booth

10:00 AM – Agricultural Awareness and Exhibits Hall open

10:00 AM – Displays by MTO, Hunters and Anglers and OPP

10:00 AM – Bavarian Garden

11:00 AM – Bill Nuvo Show on Stage

11:00 AM – Fair Ambassador Competition

12:00 PM – Fair Opening

12:00 PM – Baked Goods Auction after Opening Ceremonies

1:00 PM – Dizzy and Purple Man strolling entertainers

1:00 PM – Muir Family Band on the Showmobile

6:30 PM – Demolition Derby

8:00 PM – Dufferin County Line



Free Admission When Dressed in Dairy Costume from 1860 – 1980

9:00 AM – Welsh Pony Show

9:00 AM – Cheval Canadien Horse Show

9:00 AM – Midway and Knox Church Food Booth

10:00 AM – 4:00 PM Chainsaw carving

10:00 AM – Bavarian Garden

11:00 AM – Cattle Show

11:00 AM – 1:00 PM, 3:30 PM Bold Canines Paw Stars Dog Show

1:00 PM – 4:00 PM Jamboree with Rodney Salisbury and Golden Country Classics- register early 519-927-9138 or on the day

3:30 PM – Exhibits Hall closes


Our fair has been running in Caledon Village since 1860 during the reign of Queen Victoria.

Fairs were started across the country when it was beginning to be settled by pioneers, as a way to encourage improvements, education and productivity of all aspects of agriculture.

For example a prize winning animal at the local fair could command a higher service fee, and be more sought after for service. This helped to improve bloodlines, and productivity.

This had the same effect for other livestock, crops, equipment, new ideas and even canning and preserving as well as other lifestyle enhancing activities, right on down to square dancing! Fairs were a BIG DEAL for many towns and villages throughout Canada for many years.

Hosted by the Caledon Agricultural Society

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