Click the tab links (above this sentence) for Admission and Fair hours.
We hope to be seeing you at this year’s Sutton Fair. This should be another big year for the Sutton Agricultural Society. Our list of events has something for everyone in the family, but we haven’t lost touch with the roots that make this a true Country Fair.
- Go to the Daily Events page for the most recent available list of activities during the fair.
- Go to the Attractions page to read about our Feature Attractions for 2016.
- Go to the Community Resources page to see what’s going on in and around Georgina for 2016.
- Downloadable Prize Book, map and Schedule of Events.
- Entrants and Exhibitors please visit the Downloadable application and entry forms page.
- See all the Fair Competition categories including the colouring contest.
|•||Adult / Student||$12.00|
|•||Children||$7.00 (6-12 yrs)|
|•||Seniors||$7.00 (65+ yrs)|
|•||Family Pass||$30.00 (2 adults + 2 children)|
Sutton Fair Adult One Day Advance Admission Pass to the Fairgrounds and World’s Finest Shows Advance Ride Passes (Midway) can be purchased in 2016 at the following locations:
- Sutton Home Hardware
- Keswick Home Hardware
The Sutton Fair Adult Advance Passes must be purchased before close of business on Wednesday August 3rd, 2016. See you at the 161st Sutton Fair & Horse Show!
Advance Ride Passes online sales from July 6 to August 3, 2016
Support Worker Admission – Free*
*Persons with disabilities are required to pay admission into the Sutton Fair, however one support worker escorting the person with disabilities will be allowed free entry. All support workers must contact the Sutton Fair office before Aug 1st 2016, to get their free pass in advance. If you do not have the free pass in advance, you will be expected to pay full admission at the gate.
Thursday = 12:00 pm (noon) to 11:00 pm
Friday & Saturday = 10:00 am to 11:00 pm
Sunday = 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
Sutton Fair News Blog
This year’s theme for the 161st Sutton Fair & Horse Show is “A Touch of Country ”. Look for decorations and activities during the four days of the fair.
Our fairgrounds have a new addition that is providing some much needed shelter. Early in the spring of 2013, the Sutton Agricultural Society built another pavilion, so we have 2 now. One pavilion will be used as our Entertainment pavilion and the other pavilion will be used for all the animal shows that require shelter. We are very proud of this accomplishment.”