Due to COVID-19, the Vermilion Agricultural Society (VAS) had to cancel the 114th Annual Fair. On July 25, VAS put on fireworks for the town, firing them “extra high” so that Vermilion residents could view them from home. Photos Elaina John #Fireworks #VermilionAgSociety #VermilionAgriculturalSociety #COVID19 #114thAnnualFair #Fairseason
Bagpipes filled the air as the Lakeland Pipes and Drums Band lead dignitaries and teams across the ice during the opening ceremony for Farm Curl in Vermilion on January 17.
The Vermilion Agricultural Society hosted the event that continued until January 19, and Charlotte Wasylik welcomed everyone. Ag Society president, Jason Zayac, Mayor Caroline McAuley, and Stacey Hryciuk on behalf of the County of Vermilion River threw three ceremonial stones to kick-off the tournament.
Thousands of people flooded the Vermilion Agricultural Grounds from July 27 – 29, taking in a mix of midway, agricultural shows, and entertainment. The parade kicked off the Fair with a variety of entries categorized in commercial, out of town, senior and junior organizations, comic, pioneer, antique, and decorated cars. People of all ages enjoyed watching the colourful floats pass by, most tailored to the theme celebrating 100 years of 4-H in Alberta. “I was super-duper exci
Vermilion Agricultural Society President, Jay Sinclair. Photo Lorna Hamilton. The 111th Vermilion Fair ran from July 27 - 29 and according to Vermilion Ag Society president Jay Sinclair it was another successful Fair even with the price increase for gate passes which hasn't increased since 1982. "The gate pass did increase this year from $5 per day to $10, and the three-day gate pass increased to $20, but it didn't seem to affect our attendance, it was what we expected," said