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Welcome to the Ancaster Agricultural Society (A.A.S.)

The A.A.S. in a non-profit volunteer run organization. The object of the Ancaster Agricultural Society, and all Agricultural Societies, is to encourage an awareness of agriculture and to promote improvements in the quality of life of persons living in an agricultural community. This is outlined in the Agricultural and Horticultural Organizations Act.

The Ancaster Fair held the 3rd weekend after Labour Day each year is our primary event, but that does not mean we are inactive the rest of the year. Many committees are active all year either getting ready for the fair or organizing other events.

The A.A.S. offers many opportunities for young people, from fulfilling their mandatory high school volunteer hours to applying for post secondary school scholarships. There are also Junior Directors that sit on our board and of course our Fair Ambassador. So if you see yourself as a future community leader or public figure, or just want to get involved, visit our Volunteers page to get started.


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Best wishes go out to Kathy Smith on her retirement. Kathy has been Manager at The Ancaster Fair since the year 2000. Kathy has been instrumental in the success of The Agricultural Society and leaves our organization with a strong positive future. We wish you all the best <3 ...

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Heather Kuhl-VansickleAll the best!10 hours ago

Malcolm Reedall the best Kathy.10 hours ago

Laura MeierGood luck with everything Kathy!10 hours ago

Fraser LaneThanks for everything you have done Kathy1   ·  10 hours ago

Leslie PeerGood luck and the fair won't be the same with out you!1   ·  9 hours ago

Krista Cranston-LaposiAn Ancaster Fair without Kathy is like a day without sunshine.....but wishing you all the best in your retirement. You deserve it!!!!!8 hours ago

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Did you notice all the great crafts at the fair this year? Did you take lots of pictures of your family having an amazing time? Ancaster Fair Homecraft is hosting a Crop Day Saturday November 15 in the Marritt Hall. Bring all your scrapbooking supplies and work on some pages. The theme is "Deck the Halls" and there will be workshops with Stampin' Up rep Margie Stares of Margie's Stampin' Studio. The 12 hour day, 9am-9pm, includes lunch, dinner, make and takes, use of equipment, 6' of working space, and tutorials. Book before Sept 30 for the early bird $45 price. $50 after that. If you need more info we're happy to answer questions! Space always fills quickly so don't wait too long to register. ...

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