The Lennox Agricultural Society was established in 1832 by a group of people that wanted to improve livestock breeding and seed crops in the New World.  A gathering place for the Community to meet and share information and ideas.  Read more . . .

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July 29th, 30th, 31st, & August 1st 2016  

         185th Annual

Look Who’s Coming to the Fair . . .

Welcome everyone to the 185th Napanee Fair!!!

I remember bringing the children to our fair and exploring the many activities that the fair has to offer. Seeing all the farm animals was very different than being around our family pets. Who knew there were so many types of cows? Stop in the barns and see. In 2000 I became involved with the Agricultural Society as Secretary Treasurer. During the twelve years in that position I enjoyed learning many different aspects of agricultural life. Now as President I enjoy seeing the tireless work of our many volunteers that bring this fair to life. We are always looking for new volunteers or ideas. I look forward to meeting people of the Community during the Fair. Please stop and introduce yourself to me.

I encourage everyone to look around this  site and read the fair book and see the many categories that are possible to enter. We have something for everyone — from the baby show to home crafts to livestock. Come to enjoy the Truck and Tractor Pull, Grand Stand Show, Horse Shows or the Demolition Derby. 4-H has many events planned for everyone to enjoy.


Rare Breeds Canada is a federally registered charitable organization formed in 1987. They are working to conserve, monitor and promote heritage and rare breeds of Canadian farm animals.

Read more about Rare Breeds Canada . . .

Rare Breeds Canada will be a large part of the Napanee Fair animal barn and petting zoo area again at the 2016 Fair!!!

Rare Breeds Canada

And sooooo much more…

Johnny Burke and The Burnt River Band

Johnny Burke started his career in the early sixties in Toronto with a country/rock group called Johnny and the Bees, and then moved on to the Blue Valley Boys, his first professional job. He was booked for four years at the famous Horseshoe Tavern in Toronto where he backed name artists such as Lefty Frizzell, Tex Ritter, Loretta Lynn, Red Foley, Charlie Pride, Stringbean, Dottie West, Mel Tillis, Conway Twitty, Waylon Jennings, Glen Campbell, Bobby Bare and Carl Smith. Johnny enjoyed lengthy bookings first with Carl Smith's "Country Music Hall" on CTV, followed by his own syndicated tv show "At the Caribou", then with the band Eastwind on the CTV program "The Funny Farm", followed by a seven year engagement with Opry North. As Johnny developed a loyal following of fans with his own pure country voice and his hit record Wild Honey was named single of the year 1978, his records rose to top sales items across the country. Awards include Top County Group/Big Country Awards 1975, Top Country Single "Wild Honey"/Big Country Awards 1978, Top Instrumental Group/Big Country Awards 1978 and 1979, Induction into the New Brunswick Country Hall of Fame in 2005. The pleasure Johnny derives while performing spills over to his audience and back to the stage. It is always evident that Johnny Burke truly loves to entertain.

Don’t Miss Our Saturday Night Entertainment

Truck/Tractors and Modified Pull

Friday at 6:00 p.m.

Youth Talent Show

Friday at 7:00 p.m.

Heavy Horse Draw (Show Ring)

Sunday at 6:30 p.m.

Demolition Derby

Monday at 2:00 p.m.


Children 10 and under admitted free.

Daily passes to the grounds are available

to non-exhibitors at a charge of

$8.00 per person or $20.00 per person

for a weekend pass.

The fee for exhibitors is $8.00 which

will give the exhibitor admission to the

grounds throughout the fair.

Parking is available on the grounds

through the Richmond Park Drive

back entrance for the fee of $1.00

each day.

* Fun for All Ages

* Audience


* Free Admission

  to the Shows

Saturday & Sunday

1 p.m. & 3 p.m.

In the Palace

President’s Message

Corrections / Notices

The Redneck Riders Lawn Mower Races on Monday will be starting at 10 am, not at 11 am.

Some of the classes printed in the fair book are incorrect; the correct information can be found in the Rules & Regulations here (once posted), by contacting the conveners above, and/or by emailing us at >> <<

*** Downloadable Fair Books can be found in Program of Events ***