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Two of the area’s biggest fall fairs – the Lindsay Central Exhibition and Bobcaygeon Fair will be here before you know it.

The 164 th Lindsay Central Exhibition runs from September 19th to the 23rd. This year’s highlights include The Canadian Forces Parachute Team, the Skyhawks. They defy physics, and weather permitting, you will be able to see what I mean for yourself. The Skyhawks will perform each day from Thursday to Sunday at 3:00 pm. In addition to witnessing their show, there will be an opportunity to meet the members of the team after the show and get autographs.

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Source: http://www.army-armee.forces.gc.ca/en/skyhawks/index.page

In addition to the Skyhawks you can enjoy all of the traditional events at the fair including the truck and tractor pulls; midway; lamb, sheep, poultry, canine, horse and cattle competitions; clowns; and concerts including Hank Williams, The Lonesome Tour.

Find all the details at https://www.lindsayex.com/ and at https://www.facebook.com/LindsayExhibition.

 Note that advance ticket pricing and passes are only available until 4:00pm on September 18th. Guaranteed Grandstand Advance Passes are only available while quantities last.

 The Bobcaygeon Fall Fair, in it’s 160th year, runs September 27th to the 29th. This year’s events include crafts, horse shows and competitions, midway, parade, talent show and a truck and tractor pull.

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Source: http://www.bobcaygeonfair.com/new-page-carx

The entertainment lineup includes Kelly Burrows, Marc Ekins, Kawartha Country Cloggers, and Circus Jonathan. The Saturday Night Dance will feature Live on the Line, a band for all ages.

For more information, visit the website at http://www.bobcaygeonfair.com/

Or https://www.facebook.com/Bobcaygeon-Fall-Fair-738758332822767/?ref=settings

 

 

 

 

 

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February 17 to the 18th, 2018, you can witness the thrill of this exciting sport thanks to the Canadian Snowcross Racing Association (CSRA).

CSRA was created in 1994 to oversee, organize, promote and regulate snowmobile competitions in Canada, primarily within Ontario and Quebec.

Race fans include the young and old – all enthusiasts for the rapidly expanding sport of professional snowmobile racing.

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Source: Photo from the CSRA’s Facebook Post https://www.facebook.com/snowcross/posts/1797084920310982 (Timeline Photos)

Snowcross is actually the most popular form of snowmobile racing. Imagine high-flying aerial displays in addition to all of the activity on the compact race track. The race tracks feature tight turns and banked corners – designed for the fast pace of the race.

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Source: Photo from the CSRA’s Facebook Post

https://www.facebook.com/snowcross/photos/pcb.1797084920310982/1797084250311049/?type=3&theater (Timeline Photos)

Lindsay is one of the key Powersports markets on the Snowcross race circuit. The series attracts hundreds of racers and thousands of spectators at each event – over 50,000 spectators for the season.

CSRA racers, spectators and recreational snowmobile users love the great outdoors and the excitement of the race. In fact, loving winter is a must!  The season started January 13th in Quebec. The first day of races included rain; by the second day the temperature was -20*C; the next day it was down to -38 C with the windchill. But the race went on!

For more information on Snowcross, contact the Canadian Snowcross Racing Association: E-Mail: info@snowcross.com Phone: (905) 722-7771

Plan to be at the Snowcross Kawartha Cup – either as a competitor or spectator – on February 17/18. All the excitement takes place at the Lindsay Exhibition Centre.
 

 

 

 

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