SLIDESHOW: 210th Williamstown Fair

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By Nick Seebruch
SLIDESHOW: 210th Williamstown Fair
Charlotte Malyon and Adley Fraser pose with a unique animal, a unicorn, at the Williamstown Fair on Saturday, August 7, 2021 (Nick Seebruch/ Seaway News).

WILLIAMSTOWN, Ontario – The 210th Williamstown Fair took place this past weekend at the Fair Grounds. Like last year, this year’s edition was also a drive thru experience.

“It is a lot of work that you prepare for all year,” said MPP Jim McDonell. “Congratulations on a job well done.”

This year’s Fair featured decorated floats, a tree giveaway, and a scarecrow contest. Fair goers were able to tune into live music provided by local artists that guests can tune into on their FM radio.

“Through out the pandemic, the fair has gone on,” said South Glengarry Deputy Mayor Lyle Warden. “Congratulations for all of your hard work and welcome to the Fair.”

MP Eric Duncan expressed hope that next year’s Fair will be back in-person.

“I haven’t been to a regular Fair yet as your MP, but I have a feeling it will be back next year,” he said. “The entire municipality and beyond are really proud of your work,” Duncan told the Fair organizers.

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