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24th Annual Lyndhurst Turkey Fair Taking Place This Saturday

24th Annual Lyndhurst Turkey Fair Taking Place This Saturday

Lyndhurst – The Annual Lyndhurst Turkey Fair is taking place this Saturday, September 16th in the village. This year they are celebrating 24 years of the festival.

The free day of family fun runs from 10:00am to 4:00pm. It will feature a Crafters’ Marketplace, Quilt Show, Live Reptile Display, Draws & Prizes, Antique Car Show, Silent Auction, Children’s Activities, Crafts & Air Castles, Pony Rides, Petting Zoo, Wagon Rides, Canada150 Display, Turkey Calling Contest and more.

Visitors can experience the water in a Voyageur Canoe, St. Lawrence Skiff or Kayak. As well you can view the Canada 150 Paddles. The township residents rose to the challenge when they were offered the opportunity to paint a canoe paddle to celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday. These beautiful works of art can be viewed throughout the Turkey Fair at the Lyndhurst Legion, the United Church, the Lyndhurst Library and the Anglican Church.

There is also live music on four stages thropugh-out the village.

Green Gecko Stage:

10 am The Rifle & The Writer
11 am Kirk Francois as Elvis
12 pm The Chris Royer Band
1 pm Fiddle Earth
2 :30 pm Backlash
3:30 pm Simon Clarke

Classic Car Stage:

12:00 Troubadours
1:15 Country Gangsters
3:30 Old Tyme Fiddlers.

Jonas Street Music Festival:

The 7th annual Jonas Street Music Festival will provide a full day of great bluegrass again this year.

Your JSMF Host: Linda Elliott
10:30 – 11:00 CR5 Bluegrass
11:05 – 11:45 the Blue River Band
11:50 – 12:30 Grassy Fiddle Tyme
12:35 – 1:15 the Backsliders Bluegrass Band
1:20 – 2:00 the Blue Grasshoppers
2:05 – 2:45 Grass Under Fire
2:50 – 3:30 the Pie Plates
3:35 – 4:15 CR5 Bluegrass
Music will begin around 10:30 am and run all day until roughly 4:30, rain or shine!

405 Lyndhurst Rd.:

The Country Connects will be playing pretty much all day

There is free parking outside the village. Watch for the signs. Paddle in! Canoe & Kayak Parking at the bridge and on Ford Street.

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