Highlights for this year’s ‘western’ Country Fair

Halfmoon Happenings

The signs are up for the Halfmoon Bay Country Fair July 13-14. Vendors or businesses interested in promoting their products contact Lori Wishlow at halfmoonbayfair2019@gmail.com.

This year the theme is “western” and there will be prizes for best costumes in Adult, Boys and Girls categories.

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Highlights for the Fair on Saturday, July 13: Kids fishing derby at Halfmoon Bay government wharf; barbecue sockeye salmon dinner and dance for $35 at Coopers Green Park with music by Playback. Tickets at Halfmoon Bay General Store, Welcome Woods Market, Pastimes. Dinner at 6, music at 7:30. A limited number of dinner only tickets for $20 will be sold at the door. 

Sunday, July 14: Pancake breakfast at Coopers Green Park 9 to 11:30 a.m. Fair begins with official opening at 11 a.m. and celebration of the 53rd Halfmoon Bay Country Fair. 

Fantastic silent auction. Prizes offered all day at the Fair. Anything you would like to donate contact Toni Morris at tonimorris@dccnet.com.

For July 14, we still need cakes or pies for the cakewalk and volunteers willing to help control traffic. 

Volunteers are still needed. This truly is a community fair where our schools, childcare, hospital auxiliary, volunteer fire department and many others put on the fun and are able to raise their much-needed funds. This community has so much to offer – be part of it. 

To have your “Say at the Bay” contact me, before 5 p.m. Monday at teknight@telus.net, or call 604-885-5034.


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