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Dog/Pet Policy:

Reminder: Pets are NOT allowed Entry to the Rockton Fairgrounds.
Licensed Dog Guides & Service Animals are welcomed.
(identification from accredited service animal schools such as those listed at IGDF or ADI may be requested)

Rockton World’s Fair

EXHIBITORS

Do you enjoy baking, cooking, photography, arts, crafts and everything in between? Do you have livestock you want to show off? Become an Exhibitor at the Rockton World’s Fair, share your projects with us and you could win some great prizes!

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VISITORS

Attending the Fair on Thanksgiving weekend? Learn more about our Admission Prices, Hours and Schedule of Events!

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CONTACT US

There are so many simple ways to contact the Rockton World’s Fair. Phone, email, social media – take your pick and we will get back to you in a flash with the information you’ve been searching for.

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YEAR-ROUND EVENTS

From the Fair Ambassador Competition to our amazing dinner theatre, to the festival itself, the Rockton World’s Fair hosts unforgettable events of all kinds for all of our visitors! Get your advanced tickets today, available from Scotia Bank!

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RENTALS

Fairground rentals, hall rentals, storage rentals – whatever you need, the Rockton World’s Fair can offer it to you at a price you can afford! Click the link below for more pricing information.

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FAQs

Have a question? You’re not the only one! Check out our frequently asked questions. If you can’t find the answer here, contact us and we will do our best to get you an answer!

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Committed to Agriculture, Education, and Entertainment.

The Rockton Agricultural Society has come a long way since the first Beverly Agricultural Society Fair was held in October 1853. According to the information recorded in The Pioneers of Beverly, October 20th was a “glorious Indian Summer Day.” There were 181 members and prize money paid to the exhibitor’s was $194.50. Compare this to today’s volunteer membership of almost 700, and prize money of over $100,000 paid to over 1000 exhibitors!

In 1934, the Beverly Agricultural Society became the North Wentworth Agricultural Society and, in 1966, the name was changed to the Rockton Agricultural Society. In 1878, Mrs. Andrew Kernighan commented that the fair should be called the “World’s Fair” because the whole world is invited and does come to it. The next day, local newspapers carried an article about the fair with the headline “The World’s Fair at Rockton.”

Today, Canadian Thanksgiving weekend hosts an attendance of 50,000 people, bringing urban and rural together.

For more information concerning the Rockton World’s Fair, please call to speak to one of our staff members at 519-647-2502.