2022 Program Fairgrounds Map
Donations / Sponsors Opening Times of Venues
Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies Meritorious 2022 Winner
OAAS Meritorious - Service Diploma Recipients
Stormont Agricultural Society
1. Exhibitors to assume all Risks and Liability.
2. The Stormont Agricultural Society will take every precaution to prevent misuse on any submissions, but the Society and its Directors will not hold themselves responsible and/or liable for any such misuse.
3. All submissions are at the risk of the exhibitor. The Society and its Directors will not be responsible for any loss, damage, or other undesirable occurrences before, during or after the fair caused by a submission, nor will they be responsible for any loss, damage, or other undesirable occurrences to a submission before, during, or after the fair. The Directors will give all assistance in their power toward the recovery of the same but will not make any payment for the value thereof.
4. The SAS respects the privacy of its members, exhibitors, sponsors, and volunteers. Any information collected by the Stormont Agricultural Society regarding members, exhibitors, commercial exhibitors, sponsors, directors, and any other persons related directly to the business of the Stormont Agricultural Society and the Stormont County Fair, will be solely used for the purpose of promotion of the Stormont Agricultural Society and the Stormont County Fair, and for the maintenance of files and database. Information from entry forms and/or photos/video may be used to create show catalogues and to publish show results in the newspapers and/or forwarded to the appropriate sponsors as specifically requested. If this is not acceptable, please contact the fair secretary. (This is part of the Media Release Agreement/Waiver form or on entry forms.)
5. Any member, exhibitor, commercial exhibitor, sponsor, or director accepts that when they agree to take part in the Stormont Agricultural Society and the Stormont County Fair, their names may be published for these reasons only. None of this information whatsoever will be sold or transferred to any outside party for any reason.
6. In case any copyright infringement and expenses result from a submission to the Stormont County Fair by an exhibitor, it will be the legal responsibility of the exhibitor or parent/legal guardian, and in no way impacts the Stormont Agricultural Society.
7. Anyone caught trying to enter the Fair Grounds without paying could be charged with trespassing and fined up to $100.00 or more. No Alcohol on site except in designated area(s). No campfires on site. No Drugs on site.
We are back to welcome you to the 154th edition of the Stormont County Fair September 3-6, 2021.
This year we will be having a virtual Talent Search, Beef Show, Dog Mutt Show and exhibitors will have the opportunity to drop off entries for the Show Hall classes for Juniors, Domestic Manufacturing, Field Crops and 4-H Lifeskill Classes.
Thank you to the continued support of sponsors and private contributors for their generosity that continues to make our fair a success.
Thank you to the exhibitors in all categories for their time and effort and sharing their work, and helping to teach our future generations the importance of rural and agricultural life.
I would like to thank the board members and volunteers for their continued dedication to our fair and working with the pandemic challenges to provide this opportunity for 2021.
I hope that you will take the opportunity to participate in our virtual fair and look forward to seeing you in 2022.
President – Stormont Agricultural Society
The search is on for photos of the "Missing" Presidents. SAS created a Presidents Display as part of the 150th celebrations. If you have any photos of President(s) that did not have a photo in the Display, please contact BAGlaude 613-861-9080, firstname.lastname@example.org. SAS would love to add them to the collection
Friday- Gates open 3pm, Derby at 7pm, closes after Derby or approx. 11pm
Saturday- Gates open 7:30am, closes when Dugout entertainment is complete. 1st event at 9am
Sunday- Gates open 7am, closes after Talent Search or approximately 11pm, 1st event at 8am
Monday- Gates open 7:30am, closes approximately 5pm, 1st event at 9am
2023 bring your agenda
In-person at Newington Fire Department, 7:30 pm
Feb 27>28 March 28>April 10
April 24 7:30pm
In-person at the Fairgrounds 7:30pm
May 29 June 26 July 31 August 21
In-person at Newington Firehall at 7:30pm
Sep 25 October 30
August 19 9:30am .
SETUP 2023 August 26 9:30am
Appreciation Night 2023 at Fairgrounds
Sep 8 6:30pm, Potluck Dinner 7:30pm.
(SAS provides food, refreshments, buns/butter)
District 1 Meeting 2023
9:30 am April 22, Williamstown
9:30 am October 28, Russell
District 1 Meeting 2024
9:30 am April 20, Spencerville
9:30 am October 26, Carp
Dates will be posted as required.
DIRECTOR'S Meeting, 7:30pm, Newington Firehall or TBA
May 1, 7:15 pm, at the fairgrounds
Dates will be posted as required.
Annual General Meeting (AGM)
January 20, 2024
South Nation Conservation Office, Finch
Potluck at noon
(SAS provides refreshments, buns/butter)
Meeting to start at 1pm
2023 Judging Schools
May 6, 2023 Metcalfe Lions Den, 9am to 4pm
Homecrafts - > Sewing, Knitting and Crochet (no Quilts)
Instructor Jeanie Seguin and Cheryl Bunda
October 14, 2023 Metcalfe Lions Den 9am to 4pm
Fruits and Vegetables
Instructors Amy Leroy, and Laura Boyd
Instructor Cheryl Bunda
Instructor Aline Hicks
Maple Syrup, Honey, School Displays, Group Work, Art
Culinary Arts -
other Judging information available at https://ontarioagsocieties.com/agricultural-society-info/judges-lists-judging-schools-and-district-directors-information