Pass Creek Regional Exhibition Grounds is always open and is listed with RDCK as a evacuation centre to bring your livestock.
There is a very large fenced arena, 36 box stalls, 3 covered pens and 30 smaller cages.
We have bedding and potable water but no feed.
Portable electric fencing is an option to set up if there is a need.
We have caretakers on site and the Exhibition Society is always willing to help.
Let’s just hope that we get a rainy June and enough rain through the summer, that we are not living on the edge again this year.
Being prepared is always good for your own fire safety plan for your house & family as well as your farm & animals.
We are an Evacuation Centre for Livestock and there is room for owners to camp as well.
2016 Pass Creek Fall Fair – September 23 – 25, 2016
FOOD, FUN, EXHIBITS, GAMES, HORSES and so much more…
Ahh .. the smell of hot dogs, hamburgers and french fries – the MUST of any fair and we have lots of food from our kitchen and also from our vendors who bring a delight of offerings from local and far and wide. We have clowns, contests, kids games, animals, flowers, scare crows, bands and singers to entertain. Antique car show, FMX daredevils on motor bikes to entertain you, craft displays and soooo much more … come and enjoy Castlegar’s Salute to Country Living.
DID YOU KNOW?
Today’s admission price of $5 per person is the same price that was charged to enter the fair when it started in 1994, 21 years ago!
The fair opens Saturday & Sunday at 8:00 am and runs to 5:30 pm on both days. People can come in at 4:00 pm to pick up their exhibits on Sunday.
Admission: $5.00 per person (Age 6 and under FREE daily)
- 8:00 – 11:00 am pancake breakfast both Saturday & Sunday
- There is a live band on Stage until 5:30 Saturday and 5:00 pm on Sunday.
- 8:00 am Horse Show both Saturday & Sunday
- 9:00 – 4:00pm Professional FMX show – first time at our fair See the web Site www.globalfmx.com
- 9:00 – 4:00pm Fun Swing Carnival Ride www.thefunswing.com both Sat & Sun
- 9:00 – 4:00pm Antique Car Show Saturday only
- 10:00 – Exhibits & Displays open – Hills Pavillion
- 11:00 – 3:00pm Dirty Diggers for a Weekend – both Saturday and Sunday
- 11:00 – 4:00 Selkirk Lions Family Carnival – Saturday
- 10:00 – 3:00 Selkirk Lions Family Carnival – Sunday
- 3:00 – 3:30 2016 Fall Fair Trophy Presentations – Bandstand – Sunday
- 4:30 – 5:30 FMX professionals final display for Saturday
- 4:00 – 5:00 FMX professionals final display for Sunday
Also see 2016 entertainment schedule .
Castlegar Lions Club is hosting the Family Carnival at Pass Creek Fall Fair this year along with the operation of the Bouncy House and Farmer for the Day. Hat’s off to the Lion’s Club for supporting the 19th Annual Pass Creek Fall Fair and becoming the latest partner / service club involved with the Fall Fair. Any other Service Clubs that would like to be come involved please contact Donna at 250-365-7273
Friday, Saturday and Sunday Horse Show English and Western Events Dressage, Jumper, Hunter, Flat Classes Halter, Showmanship, Pony Club, Trail Classes Starting at 8:00am on Saturday and Sunday
Saturday Antique Car Show will be another huge part of the Pass Creek Fall Fair and anyone interested in more information please contact Greg Sahlstrom at 365-7352 Bring your Antique or Classic Car to our 7th Annual Show and Shine 9:00am to 4:00pm.
For Info call Greg at 250-365-7352
Saturday and Sunday PLEASE USE THE FREE Park and Ride Bus Service from the Complex and The Station Museum from 10:00am to 5:00pm each day Leave the Driving to Us
Friday, Saturday and Sunday No Parking on Relkoff Rd For Emergency Access mandated and enforced by the Robson Fire Dept. Violators will be towed at owner’s expense
Saturday and Sunday Fun for All Ages Family Carnival, Bubbles the Clown and Children’s Bounce tent Blacksmith demos, Old Fashioned Thrashing demo, Fall Fair Exhibits, Value Village, Educational Displays, Farmer for a Day, Small Farm Animal Displays, Miniature Golf Also see entertainment schedule
- To exhibit the produce of agriculture and country living.
- To inform visitors and encourage youth to learn about agriculture, food products and rural lifestyles.
- To display the agriculture in a form which will be attractive, educational and entertaining to people of all ages.