Valley Fair ~ Sat, June 2
12:15 pm ~ Parade starts at Millstone Parkette making its way to Brookfield Park
There are many new neighbours that have stepped up to help with this years Valley Fair. In advance of the activities, thank you for your support. The Fair has been a long time running tradition in our neighbourhood and the only way it happens is from the commitment of our community. We are fortunate to have generous sponsors and volunteers. And to complete the event we need participants! Come out and enjoy the day rain or shine!
This year’s theme is Superhero. Dress the whole family in costume, pets too!
12:30 pm ~ Midway at Brookfield Park
In the works is a fun filled afternoon…. Toddlers play area, Face Painting & Temporary Tattoos, Arts & Crafts, Pet Show, Jumping Castle, Obstacle Course, Dunk Tank, Snack Table, Bake Sale, Membership Tea Station, Bingo under the tent and more!
Bake Sale ~ Calling all bakers! Contributions can be arranged with Heather Ferguson at firstname.lastname@example.org and dropped off the day of the Fair at 12:00 pm. Thank you.
Be sure to bring cash to purchase the goods!
Pet Show ~ Please drop off pet registration form to Noreen Peroff at 109 Donwoods Dr. or email Noreen at email@example.com before May 31st.
PET SHOW JUDGES NEEDED No experience necessary (and no pet registered for the Pet Show).
Snack Table ~ This year our gourmet food guru, Enza will have some hearty lunch options included to keep our energy up throughout the day. Bring money to purchase sandwiches, drinks and other yummy snacks.
3:00 pm ~ Family Games and Races The always popular competitive games include water balloon toss, 3-legged races, sack races and more, will be announce through the loud speaker. Ready-get set-GO!
4:30 to 6 pm ~ Fair clean-up and Dinner set-up
6:00 pm ~ Dinner and Dancing ~ RSVP form must be dropped off with payment by May 27th at 79 Plymbridge Rd. A local favourite, The Friendly Butcher, will be catering this year’s dinner and the menu will include Ken’s delicious homemade burgers, sausages, chicken wings and a couple of salads. We will finish the meal with an assortment of cookies and a celebrative cake.
8 pm(ish) ~ North vs. South Tug-of-War!!!
The dancing and fun will continue into the evening. We do ask that everyone be respectful of disposing garbage and if you brought anything extra to the park to bring it back home with you that evening.
Volunteers ~ Thank you to everyone that has already offered to help. We still have many spots to fill and even an hour of help the day of the Fair makes a big difference. Please contact Annie if you will help. firstname.lastname@example.org