Publisher - Steve Ferguson
The South Marysburgh Mirror
3032 County Road 10,
PO Box 64,
Milford, ON K0K 2P0

Telephone: 613.476.9104

ISSN 1181-6333
(Print Edition)
ISSN 2292-5708
(Online Edition)

The Milford Fair

See you on Saturday, September 16, 2017…

Come and join your friends and neighbours as we celebrate Canada’s 150th, The County’s 225th, Mt. Tabor’s 150th and the Mariners’ Museum’s 50th! Please note that there is no rain date and that the fair will go on, rain or shine.

The 2017 Milford Fair Booklet is Available NOW!

Milford Fair Booklet Cover 1


“The biggest little fair in the County”

“The Milford Fair exemplifies what a small rural fair should be with a whole community of people coming out to see the agriculture and rural crafts exhibits or just to socialize.”  Lyle Vanclief, former Agriculture Minister
 “The Fair is one of the events which helps to define the character of South Marysburgh.” Doug Parker, Fair Board president, 1999
“A fair that, somehow, always manages to avoid disastrous weather.” Picton Gazette
 “There’s nothing fancy about it. We work hard at keeping it old fashioned.” Charlie Vincent, Fair Board President, 2006
 “The Milford Fair is a widely anticipated event throughout Prince Edward County.”
“A real expression of rural roots.”
 “South Marysburgh’s most fun-filled day.”
“It wouldn’t be a fair without cow patty bingo.” Bruce Dowdell, Fair Board President, 2004


Available to buy through The South Marysburgh Mirror!

Milford Fair History Cover WEBSITE FRONT FINAL

Copies of the commemorative DVD and 16-page history of the fair’s first two years are available through The Mirror for the combined price of $15.00 plus $3.00 postage ($4.75 for U.S. addresses). Please send a cheque or money order, made payable to The Milford Fair Board, along with your mailing address to The South Marysburgh Mirror, 3032 County Road 10, Box 64, Milford, ON K0K 2P0.

All proceeds go back to The Milford Fair Board. The DVD contains footage of Milford Fair activities from throughout its 67-year history, as well as a slideshow of photographs and newspaper articles. The history booklet explains in pictures and narrative the fair’s revival in 1946 as a result of the Milford ‘Welcome Home and Field Day’ in 1945.