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The Richmond Fair is unique in that it is by far the largest spectator event held annually within the surrounding community.

It promotes agricultural awareness within the City of Ottawa, a city with the largest agricultural land base and agricultural economy in Canada. The fair offers a venue for those in the community to showcase their arts, crafts, livestock, produce, etc. It is also an ideal place for hooking up with friends and neighbours.

Although the fair’s mandate has been to promote agricultural awareness within the community, the other non-agricultural events from previous years such as the demolition derby, live music shows, aerial shows, rock climbing, reptile shows, BMX bike shows, etc. provide a vast array of entertaining events for the whole family.

Free with Fair Admission

Monster Trucks
6 pm

7 pm
(See Entry Rules)

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Friday Night

Tickets Required*

(Must be 19 years of age or older)

10:30 pm

Mick Armitage Band
9 pm
Saturday Afternoon

Free with Fair Admission

2:30 pm

Marleen Fawcett
1 pm & 5 pm
Saturday Night

Tickets Required*

(Must be 19 years of age or older)

10 - 11:30 pm

8:30 - 9:30 pm
midnight - 1 am
Sunday Afternoon

Free with Fair Admission

GAIL GAVAN & Triple Trouble
1 - 2:15 pm

4:15 - 6 pm
*Tickets can be purchased from the Fair Office

Sunday September 18th, 2016

Do you SING, DANCE or PLAY an instrument and are between the ages of 6 and 20, then the Richmond Fair Rise2Fame Talent Search is looking for you.

The Talent show has been a highlight of the Richmond Fair for 6 years. Since its inception in 2010, the ’search’ has touched the lives of hundreds of talented performers from around the area and appreciative audiences have been captivated by their amazing talent.

The deadline for entries is September 9th, 2016.

Over 30 different committees are involved in planning the Richmond Fair and other non-fair events held on the fairgrounds throughout the year. If you are looking for a way to give back to your community, come out and join us as a volunteer on one of our committees. Our annual fall fair is supported through fundraising events, donations & partnerships from individuals and businesses throughout our community.

We would like to again thank all previous years’ sponsors, patrons, visitors & volunteers. You all make our fair a success and hope you will be able to support us again this year.

The History of the Richmond Fair A Country Experience

The history of Richmond Fair began in 1844, an exhibition presented by the County of Carleton Agricultural Society, called Carleton County Fair, and located in Bytown, Bell Corners, and Richmond.

Books about the history of the fair are available at a cost of $15 from the Richmond Fair Office.

Information compiled by Marlene Lowry Greene.

To become a volunteer of the Richmond Fair,
contact David Brown at 613-325-1631 or
send an email to

Richmond Agricultural Society
P.O. Box 1210, Richmond, ON   K0A 2Z0
Tel: 613-838-3420   Fax: 613-838-3933

Richmond Fair’s
Preferred Rate Hotel

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