Tlell Fall Fair is on Sunday

  • Aug. 4, 2006 7:00 p.m.

The annual Tlell Fall Fair is happening this Sunday (Aug. 6) at the fairgrounds across from the Naikoon Park headquarters. Gates open at 10 am, with the exhibit hall, food booths, and displays up and running.
At noon, entertainer Tippy Agogo brings his first act to the stage, and the livestock and poultry exhibits open.
At 1 pm, headliner Tal Bachman takes over the mike for an hour-long show. Tal is a well-known Canadian musicians who just last week released a new CD “Staring Down the Sun”.
Enjoy the great food and performances, catch up with your friends and neighbours from all over the islands, and see what’s been growing in local gardens. Draws will be made on stage for raffle winners, and the winners of the various competitions will be announced throughout the day.
The fair has been around for a solid 24 years, and this one looks like it’s going to be a lot of fun. See you there!

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