A chance to be a part of a new beginning for the Fall Faire

In 2012 a long time day of fun will return to Golden and everyone is invited.

The Kicking Horse Country Fall Faire will bring the community of Golden and beyond  together for  a fun day filled with great events , contests and spectacular memories.

The event is being promoted as the family community event of the year and a wonderful way to wrap up another summer in Golden. The Faire will celebrate community, neighbours and showcase our many talents in a variety of events.

The organizing committee is inviting everyone to join in  for a day filled with events like the Canyon’s Edge Wife Carry, The Golden Rockets Road Hockey Tournament, The Mountain Motorsports Strong Man Competition, The Tug of War, and many others.

The will be the return of the Stompdown at the Skate Park and The Red Barn Petting Zoo with be onsite.

There will be fish ponds, face painting and other activities for children. Music on the stage all day long and the Farmers Market. Join the crowd at the Nicholson Bridge on Sunday the 9 and cheer on the boats, rafts and canoes in the Kla-how-ya River Race and then follow them into town for the big finish at Confluence Park.

To learn more about the event feel free to contact Colleen Palumbo at  250-344-5169.

 

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