West Coast Lumberjack Shows

 

The West Coast Lumberjack Shows is action packed, non-stop entertainment, complete with it's own portage stage, competitors and emcee.  Since 2918, they have performed all over the world to great reviews.

Their lumberjacks have been featured on several national television series including The Bachelor Canada and Canada's Got Talent as well as internationally on The Amazing Race Australia and the new Bates Motel television series in the United States.

Their shows are rated by fair evaluators and by the public as the top attraction at the fair.  We are so excited and happy to have them back to our fair.

 

Watch the ParadeSaturday morning at 10am

With over 100 entries, the traditions continue with the annual IPE parade on Saturday morning at 10am. The parade starts by Country West Supply and travels along Pleasant Valley Blvd, then finishing along Smith Dr. Don't forget to bring your lawn chairs and come early to avoid traffic delays!

Mini ChuckwagonStarted in 1998

Miniature Chuckwagon racing started in 1998 with 4 wagons and 3 shows throughout the year. Now we have expanded all over Alberta, into British Columbia. We now entertain 15+ shows a year with up to 14 wagons. The IPE is one of their favorites.

Barn DanceYou don’t want to miss this exciting fair dance

The Barn Dance is back again under the BIG Tent. Featuring Appaloosa, this high energy, entertaining band will ensure you have an amazing time at our Barn Dance. You must be 19+.

Agriculture AwarenessHands on demonstrations

Come and experience all the hands on demonstrations, activities, games and information surrounding all things agriculture. This area provides some amazing facts and figures about where your food comes from.

AnimalsMoo Turnity & Dog Agility

Moo Turnity: Watch for updates on our "cow maternity ward".
Dog Agility: Stockdogs perform followed by the Dog Agility demonstration.

Western Farrier and Blacksmith Demo

Blacksmiths work with metal to make and repair things...from complex items such as gates, grilles, railing, sculpture, tools and agricultural implements... to the simplest essentials for the ranchers like nails and horse shoes. Farriers nail the horseshoes into the hoof wall to support the horses' feet and protect them on rocky terrain.

Buy your tickets onlineNo standing in Line when you can purchase from home!

It's that time! Secure your seat for this years Rodeo by pre-purchasing online, get General Admission tickets, and you can even pre-purchase your ride bracelets to avoid line ups at the gate! 

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