Agriculture in the Classroom

Brigden Fair offers this “free” program to Primary Grades 2-3 and Junior Grades 4-5-6 from schools in the Lambton County area. Students join us for a day program, which includes ‘hands on’ activities exploring topics on animals, crops and changing technology. The program has been developed to fit the science …

President’s Choice SuperDogs

‘The Bow Wow Factor™’ They’ll amaze you, they’ll surprise you, they’ll keep you on the edge of your seats, they’re The President’s Choice SuperDogs and they’re coming to The Brigden Fair on October 9th and 10th, 2016 in front of the Grandstand! See them race against time, dance to great …

West Coast Lumberjack Show

Established in 1982, we’ve been entertaining roaring crowds ever since. It used to be that logging shows were limited to the confines of small logging communities, where men would compete after the work was done to see who was the fastest sawer, quickest climber, and most steady on the logs. …

Shane Cook & Friends

At the age of 26, Canadian Shane Cook “rates at the top of the short list of the finest fiddlers in the world today,” says the Canadian Fiddlers’ Hall of Fame. Shane has distinguished himself as a master of the Canadian old-time fiddle tradition and excels at an array of …

Agri-Magic

Join Canadian illusionist Daniel Steep as he introduces families to the magical world of farming in Canada. Daniel Steep’s Agri-Magic Show is an educational, high energy, and interactive magic show dedicated to creating a positive image of the Canadian Farmer. Through audience participation, comedy, and magic, Daniel shows kids the …

President’s Choice SuperDogs

‘The Bow Wow Factor™’ They’ll amaze you, they’ll surprise you, they’ll keep you on the edge of your seats, they’re The President’s Choice SuperDogs and they’re coming to The Brigden Fair on October 9th and 10th, 2016 in front of the Grandstand! See them race against time, dance to great …

West Coast Lumberjack Show

Established in 1982, we’ve been entertaining roaring crowds ever since. It used to be that logging shows were limited to the confines of small logging communities, where men would compete after the work was done to see who was the fastest sawer, quickest climber, and most steady on the logs. …