Ilderton Fall Fair

Join us Friday October 2nd to Sunday October 4th to celebrate our community, our achievements in agriculture, creative arts, and our rural lifestyle.

COVID19 Update

For 169 years, the Ilderton Fall Fair has celebrated our rural and agricultural heritage. Over the years, the Fair has undergone many changes, yet our commitment to bringing our community together has remained the same. Today, our community is facing unprecedented challenges, and the safety of our guests and volunteers is paramount.

The Ilderton Agricultural Society has therefore had to make the difficult decision to cancel the 2020 Fall Fair due to the Covid-19 Pandemic.

While we cannot be together in person, our mission to celebrate our community, our achievements in agriculture, creative arts and our rural lifestyle will continue. It may look different, but we know that the Ilderton Fair will be back, and better than ever, so stay safe and we will see you next year!

About the Fair

The Ilderton Fall Fair is one of the largest county fairs in Southern Ontario and has something for everyone to enjoy. A short drive from London Ontario, this celebration of rural life is renowned for its entertaining events including a large parade, entertaining vendors, midway and contests in homecraft, livestock, juniors and 4H.

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A Community Rooted in Agriculture

As Ilderton Ontario continues to grow so does our agricultural awareness and rural lifestyle.

The Ilderton Agricultural Society

As a society we are committed to celebrating our community, our achievements in agriculture, create arts and our rural lifestyle.

Best known for the renowned Ilderton Fall Fair, our society enriches rural life by promoting activities, beautification, conservation and agricultural exhibition.  Dedicated to growing awareness of our agricultural community and working to ensure their needs are understood and met.

A Local Tradition Since 1851

A modern society with a proud heritage, the Ilderton Agricultural Society has been serving the agricultural community and our rural residents for over 160 years.

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