Thanksgiving Weekend - October 9, 10 & 11, 2021

The Norwood Fair, like most festivals was cancelled in 2020 due to COVID-19.

As the pandemic continues to evolve our Board of Directors will be closely monitoring the situation and any decisions regarding the 2021 fair will be made with the health
and safety of our community, our guests, our vendors and our volunteers as the number one priority.

The Norwood fair is still in good shape, we have weathered a few storms in our
152 years and we will get through this one too.

The Norwood Fair will be back as soon as it is safe to do so.

The Board of Directors
Norwood Agricultural Society (Norwood Fair)

Frequenty Asked Questions

Exhibitors: Please visit our Fair Book (available on our home page or by using the link on the left side of this page) to view full details of all our all listings, entry rules, classes, prize monies and more.

The fair is the responsibility of the Norwood Agricultural Society and has been a tradition since 1868. Check our History page for more information and the Contact page for individual managers.

Visit the Prize Book page for available classes, rules, entry conditions, contact information and prizes. Some events, such as the Children's Games can be joined on the day of the fair. To register your child in the Kids' Talent Show use this online form.

Certainly! Check your schedule of events for start time and the maps page for the parade route.

All exhibition events are FREE with your admission. Additional charges apply to ticket sales for the midway.

Free parking (see maps page), five washroom locations with hot water, baby diapering station, first aid service, ATM terminal, (limited) trailer camping on the Fairgrounds, food stalls (because you can't forget the candy apple).

Vendors will be on hand for Thanksgiving Treats such as fruit and vegetables, breads, pies and other goodies. Certainly, you will find ready-to-eat treats like sausage and beef, funnel cakes, popcorn and taffy. Other vendors will offer leather goods, clothes and other items.

Free parking is available on the fairgrounds via Gate 3 or Gate 5 (see maps page). You can also park nearby on municipal streets but we ask that you please observe all posted parking regulations, do not block driveways and emergency routes, and respect our neighbours' property.

There are spaces for the disabled on the paved parking area in front of the high school.

No. For the safety of the animals competing and for the safety of your pet, only working dogs are permitted on the Fairgrounds, i.e. Guide Dogs and Flyball participants. Please do not leave pets in your car!

Simply fill out our online vendor application form

Download the Fair Book from the menu at the left to see entry rules, prizes and contact information for each competition class.

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