Preparing for the 2023 Fair

Jr Dairy Competition at Beeton Fall Fair

The Beeton Agricultural Society is a group of volunteer farmers, teachers, and other agricultural industry professionals who come together to share their knowledge and experiences and promote agriculture’s importance in our community. Each year, The Beeton Agricultural Society hosts a fair to showcase local agricultural competitions and livestock displays and provide educational opportunities for the public.

As the 2023 fair approaches, The Beeton Agricultural Society is busy preparing for what is sure to be a great event. The planning process begins months in advance as the society works to secure vendors, exhibitors, and sponsors for the fair. They also work to line up educational speakers, demonstrations, and entertainment for attendees.

One of the key goals of The Beeton Agricultural Society is to educate the public about the vital role that agriculture plays in our daily lives. To this end, the fair features various exhibits and displays that showcase the latest agricultural technology and techniques. Attendees can learn everything from the latest advances in crop science and animal husbandry to the latest in sustainable farming practices.

In addition to the exhibits and competition displays, the fair also features some educational speakers and demonstrations. These sessions give attendees a deeper understanding of the issues facing the agricultural industry today and the solutions being developed to address these challenges.

Of course, a fair is complete with food and entertainment, and The Beeton Fall Fair is no exception. There will be a wide variety of food vendors on hand offering delicious fare made with locally grown ingredients, as well as live music and other entertainment to keep attendees entertained throughout the day.

The Beeton Fall Fair is an exciting event that brings together members of the agricultural society and the general public to celebrate the importance of agriculture in our community. With the fair’s wide variety of exhibits, educational opportunities, and entertainment, 2023 will surely be a hit with attendees of all ages.

We’re Back For 2022

Entrance at Beeton Fall Fair

After a long break, we’re back and ready to celebrate our agricultural heritage with our community. The global pandemic has kept us apart over the past two years, but we’re ready to go again and we have a great plan in place. We are planning to make this fall fair the best ever!

We Miss You

Tractor in parade at Beeton Fair
On pause for another year due to the pandemic.  Here’s a video of our 2019 activates at Beeton Fair. Parades


From Our 2019 Fair

Cancellation of Our 2021 Beeton Fall Fair

Beeton Fair Livestock Exhibitors

It is with heavy hearts that the Beeton & District Agricultural Society board of directors announces the cancellation of our 2021 Beeton Fall Fair.

We understand that some members of our community may be disappointed, given that vaccinations are underway and the reopening framework has been outlined. Planning for the fair starts months in advance and involves a lot of resources. We are opting not to take a risk on 2021 with hopes that we can bring you a 2022 fair that is better than ever and safe for all involved.

Cancellation of 2020 Beeton Fall Fair

Beeton Fall Fair Cancelled for 2020

With heavy hearts the Board of Directors of the Beeton and District Agricultural Society announce the cancellation of the 2020 Beeton Fall Fair.

For so many in our community the fair is a time when some of our best memories are made and we cannot risk the health and safety of anyone during these unprecedented times.

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Live Music at 2019 Beeton Fair

Live Music at Beeton Fair 2019


The Friday night of the Beeton Fair will kick off the weekend with Tim Ronan on the main stage from 6:30 to 8:30pm.  Following Tim Ronan will be One Ugly Cowboy, at 9:30pm with their soulfully blend gritty country and in-your-face-rock with their up-beat, sometimes funny and often, heartfelt tunes.

Follow the link below to get a feel of some of the music you will be hearing from One Ugly Cowboy.


On Saturday we have Johnson Creek who will be entertaining everyone prior to the Tractor pull. They will be on the main stage at noon.

Entrance fee is $8.00 to the fairgrounds includes the shows.  For a complete schedule of the weekend please go to the events list.

2019 Advance Sale Midway Wristbands

Advance Ride Wristbands for midway at Beeton Fair

Early Bird Special $25 – This is a $40 value! (only 1500 available)

Good for one All-Day Ride Bracelet

Bracelets will not be sold on site. (Advance Only)
  • Advance Ride Bracelet Sales End September 12, 2019 at 12:00 Noon
  • Redeem Advance Voucher at Magical Midways Coupon Booth
  • Wristband will be void if removed and will not be replaced. NO CASH VALUE, NO REFUNDS for any reason including weather. All rules and restrictions apply. Purchase Before Event Starts.

Available at Beeton Foodland

Sponsors Needed

Sponsors needed for 2019 Beeton Fair

Why we do it

The overall purpose of the Beeton & District Agricultural Society is to serve and participate in the interests and need of the community and to strongly promote our agricultural background. Accordingly the Board of Directors of the Beeton and District Agricultural Society are seeking support from the members of the community.

Our main showcase is our annual Fall Fair. Fairs are and have been a part of rural Canada for many years. This meeting place provided for the community invites people to visit each other and to rediscover their heritage and community of yesterday and today.

The goal of the Beeton & District Agricultural Society is to present agriculture in a manner that is both educational and entertaining to all ages of fair-goers. The competitive element embraced for many years in exhibiting is retained. This makes the fair more meaningful for everyone and ensures that top quality products and livestock are showcased. The country fair continues to improve the quality of life in Ontario, and is an aspect of our community as important as any other function.

We remind individuals and corporations of the objectives of the Beeton & District Agricultural Society and outline ways in which you may help.

How is it operated and financed?

Community minded individuals, Small businesses, Corporations, Service Clubs, Volunteers, Municipal Grants, and Ministry of Agriculture Food and Rural Affairs grants and Fund Raising events.

How can you help?

Become a partner of the Fair. After becoming a partner of the Fair you or your firm will enjoy the recognition of the community and fair-going public. The satisfaction of participation in the growth and development of your community will offer untold rewards for you. Recognition

Your name or business name will appear in the 2019 event schedule, our local papers as corporate sponsors and in our 2020 Fair Guide.


Ground Breaker $200.00 to $299.00

Barn Raiser $300.00 to $500.00

Barn Builder $501.00 to $999.00

Country Squire $1000.00 and over


2019 Beeton Fair Theme – Pumpkin Spice and Everything Nice

2019 Beeton Fair Theme - Pumpkin Spice and Everything Nice

With this year’s 2019 theme at Beeton Fair we are celebrating with Pumkin and Spice and Everything Nice.

What is in pumpkin pie spice?

The words “pumpkin pie spice” are everywhere starting as early as late August these days, but how many of us really know what is in pumpkin pie spice? Pumpkin Pie Spice is just a combination of those yummy “warm” spices that we all reach for in our fall and holiday baking. Cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, allspice and ginger -that’s it! *1/2 teaspoon each.