The Paris Agricultural Society is a registered charitable organization operating in Brant County and the “prettiest little town” of Paris, Ontario. The society is run by volunteers; our members and directors are from both our rural and urban communities.
We aim to make aware the role of agriculture to our community through education, communication and, entertainment; which our society promotes through conservation advancement, new agricultural techniques and leadership opportunities.
The wooden ribs extending up from the floor and around the ceiling provide a very warm feeling. The amazing acoustics create a prime facility for small concerts, dances, food and wine exhibitions and antique sales.
10 acres of grassed area located directly behind the exhibition halls. This flat and gently sloping region is great for car, motorcycle and RV Shows. It also lends itself well to agricultural expositions and demonstrations.
“Paris Agricultural So Society has been part of my family’s history for many generations. Whether it’s the Paris fair or other functions taking place on the grounds.... it’s always great fun for all that attend.
Had some fair food, ran into an old colleague and saw Aaron Goodvin perform. Was a good night spent with my cousin from out of province!
“Was at the fairgrounds attending the Night Market. Fun event, lots to eat and artisans selling their crafts."
This is the best fair around. I grew up in Paris and spent everyday there. As an adult I volunteered there each day. Now that I have moved away I don't get back every yr and I truly miss it. I am hoping to attend this yr.
"Went here for the first time and had a blast. Great sized park with a good variety of rides for both adults and children."
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Parking is onsite and FREE. Please follow the volunteer's directions.
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