2022 Annual Fair

2022 St. Vital Agricultural Society’s Fair & Display

St. Vital Agricultural Society holds an Annual Fair and Display in August, with the dates to be determined each year. The Fair and Display offers an opportunity for members to participate in judged competitions with the hope of winning ribbons and prize money. There are a variety of areas in which to compete, including flowers and vegetables, flower arranging, painting, photography, baking, preserves, and handcrafts. There are categories for junior entrants, 16 years and younger, adult members and senior members, 65 years and older.

The items that the member wishes to enter for competition are brought to the exhibition arena on the evening prior to the judging, where they are tagged with the Fill-able Entry form (Additional Entry Form if you need additional pages) and entry fees paid. It is required that the completed entry form BE LEFT WITH THE SHOW SECRETARY AT TIME OF PLACING ENTRIES. Include Membership number, description of entries, section number. PLEASE PRINT your name, address, phone number, postal code and e-mail address. When the fair is open to the public, members are welcome to view the outcome of their entries based on the judge’s decision. The Annual Fair and Display is a great way for members to display their produce and work, with friendly competition among peers, many of whom are family and friends. Check the 2022 Fair-book.


Farmer's Market Vendors

Vendor NameProduct
Steven Vanhove (Steve N Steel)Plasma cut steel garden art and decor items
Cindy MouldenNatural creams, lotions and soaps
Dan KolsonWood carving
Len Dushnicky and Karen JackBaking and stained glass
Marion SchochHoney and handmade soap
Krista ReidSterling silver jewellery
Virginia EnriqueGluten free foods
Laura Gentile (Prairie Stone Creations)Pictures using stones
Don and Bev CombeWooly mammoth tusk and Arizona stone jewellery
Allison NixonQuilting
Reaching Across BordersHand painted gourd birdhouses
Terry NeufeldCut flower bouquets
Produce Vendor

Gardening & Craft Demos

Friday Demos
3:15 pm - 4:14 pmLoressa KlassenTree Care
3:15 pm - 3:15 pmKaren HartikainenCark Making
4:15 pm - 5:15 pmPam McFarlaneHand Tied Floral Boquet
6:30 pm - 7:00 pmPam McFarlaneMake & Take Flower Arrangements
7:15 pm - 8:00 pmJamey Baker, Bonsai Society WinnipegCreating & Appreciating Bonsai
Saturday Demos
9:00 am - 10:00 amVirginia Enrique, Ricedal International FoodsVirginia will demo her various gluten free food products and offer a cheesy gluten free waffle for purchase as an alternative to the pancakes
10:00 am - 10:30 amKaren HartikainenCard Making
11:00 am - 12:00 pmEsther Chen & Debbie InnesChildren's and young people's Bumblebee floral design class - Young people will make a design that looks like a bumblebee
1:00 pm - 2:00 pmPam McFarlane & Debbie InnesAdult hand tied bouquet (5 persons max)
1:00 pm - 1:30 pmKaren HartikainenCard Making
1:00 pm - 1:45 pmSteve Ahing, Bonsai Society WpgCreating & Appreciating Bonsai
2:00 pm - 2:30 pmCindy MouldenSeed to Soap - This features her handmade creams, lotions and soap products, and how they are developed and made. Cindy will also introduce a new product at this time
2:00 pm - 2:30 pmKaren HartikainenCard Making
2:00 pm - 3:00 pmPam McFarlaneMake & Take arrangement

Information Tables and Displays

  • Winnipeg Model Boat Club
  • St. Vital Historical Society
  • Master Gardener Association
  • Winnipeg African Violet Society
  • Manitoba Orchid Society
  • Red River Apiary Association
  • Norwegian Hardanger Embroidery
  • Meadowood Seniors Club
  • The Manitoba Camera Club
  • Winnipeg Public Library
  • Bonsai Society

Kids Activities

  • Bean Bag Toss
  • Photo Prop
  • Face Painting
  • Make and Take Crafts
  • Play on a Vintage Fire Truck
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