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
Thousands of people gathered at the Vermilion Agricultural Grounds for the 112th Annual Vermilion Fair, experiencing oodles of fun activities from July 26 – 28.
The parade on July 26, included dignitaries, and a colourful array of floats; this year’s theme was, ‘Sew it, Grow it, Show it!’
With so many visitors and volunteers in town, pancake breakfasts kept everyone eager in the mornings including ones at the Vermilion Legion, Vermilion Chrysler, and Fountain Tire.
From left, County of Vermilion River Reeve Dale Swyripa, Vermilion Agricultural Society President Jay Sinclair, Vermilion Curling Club President, Andrew McCrae, and Town of Vermilion Mayor Caroline McAuley threw the first stones during the Opening Ceremonies of the 2018 Farm Curl in Vermilion. Curling enthusiasts gathered at the Vermilion Curling Rink from January 18 - 20, as the Vermilion Agricultural Society hosted their Annual Farm Curl. Organizational committee member, Ch