Blue jeans theme at Fall Fair

Ashcroft & District Fall Fair on Sept. 8 is promoting Blue Jeans and Country Scenes.

Blue jeans and Fall Fairs in Ashcroft always go together.

We are excited to announce the theme for this year’s Ashcroft & District Fall Fair – “Blue Jeans and Country Scenes.” Mark your calendars for Sunday, Sept. 8 and start planning your entries. Think about ways to use blue jeans in various crafts as there will be plenty of categories geared towards this year’s theme.

Are you interested in helping plan this years fair? Or even just helping out during the fair? Call Jessica at 250 457-7128 for more information on ways that you can volunteer, or just come to one of our meetings. We meet the third Tuesday of the month at 7 pm at the Community Futures Office in Ashcroft.

We have just started working on this year’s prize booklet. If you would like to advertise with us, or sponsor a category, please call Jessica or email us at ashcroftfallfair@gmail.com .

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