President’s Choice SuperDogs’ “Drive-In” Party
For Your Community
With the cancellation of many fairs and live events in Ontario due to COVID-19, the demand for an entertaining, family-friendly experience within communities has increased. The Canadian National Exhibition (CNE) in partnership with the President’s Choice Superdogs is proud to bring some summer fun and a taste of the CNE to your community through this challenging time.
The President’s Choice SuperDogs “Drive-In” is a family-fun show that will feature the thrills and spills of your favourite canine performers. The drive-in format will allow for a fun and safe experience from the comfort of your car, following COVID-19 safety regulations. The performances can be seen and heard from your vehicle as families watch the live and energetic dogs run, jump and appear to fly as they try to outperform their canine competition!
Tickets will be available in advance, and online only through ticketweb.ca or rossmillargroup.com and are $59 per car. There will be a limited amount of tickets per performance so be sure to get them quick! 4 Shows Daily Rain or Shine!
For more event details and inquiries please contact the Ross Millar Entertainment Group at 519-942-3011 or email@example.com
Closed for the weekend
Or call for appt office (905) 692-4003 to make alternate arrangements.
Office will be closed the following days:
Monday August 10th
2600 Regional Road #56
PO Box 244
All dogs must be leashed and cleaned up after while on the Fairgrounds.
**NO DOGS ARE PERMITTED ON THE GROUNDS DURING THE FAIR**
Trained Service Dogs are permitted at all times.
Dogs brought solely for the purpose of Saturday’s pet show are permitted, but expected to depart after the show. Please have them on a leash, and keep them clear of all livestock.
Greetings BAS Members, Friends, and the Greater Binbrook Community.
It is with sadness and regret, that we must write today and let you know that the 2020 Binbrook Fall Fair, has been cancelled.
The Board met this week and passed this difficult motion, perhaps our toughest since 1854.
We didn’t make this decision lightly, or quickly, but it was in the end without objection.
We engaged as many of our stakeholders as possible, including;
- all 3 levels of our elected government
- the City of Hamilton Covid-19 team
- vendors, merchants, and key entertainment players for the fair
- the community
- and most importantly, our very dedicated and diverse team of volunteers – who put everything together each year, and make it happen
For the sake of our team, for the sake of the community, and care for all, this sadly must be the reality for 2020.
Once decided however, we immediately began on discussions of positive alternative actions, because;.
“When life hands you lemons, you make lemonade.
And if a hurricane wipes out your lemon orchard and half the barn, you get a lot of friends together, and pickup some more cups!” 😉
We have formed a working group, to find us the best ways to uniquely and meaningfully, share the heritage and success of agriculture and the fair, in our community.
A lot of hard work goes into people’s efforts & entries for the Fair each year, and we want to make sure that is recognized.
We are looking at the potential for live agricultural tours, and related Ag Education, for families and youth.
And we are also trying to see, if the realities of this fall’s lack of activity, present us with any unique opportunities in our history, for a renewed investment in our community, in alignment with our published constitutional mandate.
Plus; we are still hopeful that elements of our work, such as the Farmer’s Market, might also be able to make a return in the fall. Even if just for a short “Harvest Market” run, as that would be awesome.
As always, we welcome your ideas and support. Please share.
This is a community organization, and as a not-for-profit that has been here since 1854, we’re with you, and we’re here for the long run.
Be well, and keep an eye on our website, signs, newspaper, and social media for updates!
Your Binbrook Agricultural Society