SUNSET PRAIRIE, B.C. – The 76th Annual Kiskatinaw Fall Fair is taking place this weekend in Sunset Prairie.
The fair will feature a variety of traditional exhibits and competitions, including: canning, handicrafts, home arts, horticulture, field crops, poultry, rabbits, sheep, cattle, and goats. Friday kicks off with the Heavy Horse log skid and halter classes at 1:30 p.m., followed by the 2nd Annual Mini Horse pull.
The Heavy Horse Show and Heavy Horse Pull are both happening on Saturday, with the Light Horse Show on Sunday. Both weekend days of the fair will also feature free kid-friendly activities, such as “mud pie” making, zucchini races, face painting, as well as games and other entertainment hosted by the local 4-H club.
A local food concession will be on site all weekend serving a variety of food, including a beef dinner on Saturday at 6:00 p.m. Admission to the fair is by donation, and free camping is available all weekend on site. The fairgrounds are located in Sunset Prairie, on the 214 Road, just off the Braden Road north of the railway crossing.