Huntsville Fall Fair 2019: In photos

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The Huntsville Fall Fair has something for everybody.

Whether you’re there for the midway, the many agricultural displays and activities, the petting zoo, or simply look forward to enjoying some old fashioned treats, it’s always fun for the entire family.

Each year the fair is hosted near the end of September by the Huntsville and District Agricultural Society, which was founded in 1882.

In 1963 it was moved to 407 Ravenscliffe Road, which has been home to the fairgrounds ever since.

The fair opened Friday, September 20. If you haven’t made it there yet, or couldn’t get enough, there’s still one more day of fun to be had. The fair will be open from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Sunday, September 22.

The Stoneleigh Farms petting zoo showcased a variety of animals

The Stoneleigh Farms petting zoo showcased a variety of animals

These prize-winning pumpkins and squash grew to impressive sizes

These prize-winning pumpkins and squash grew to impressive sizes

A rider in the Western Horse Show puts their steed through the paces

A rider in the Western Horse Show puts their steed through the paces

Blake Arbuckle shooting a bow and arrow, his favourite part of last year’s Fall Fair and he couldn’t wait to come back for round two

Blake Arbuckle shooting a bow and arrow, his favourite part of last year’s Fall Fair and he couldn’t wait to come back for round two

JJ Dance studio put on an energetic show for fairgoers

JJ Dance studio put on an energetic show for fairgoers

New at the fair this year were many of Huntsville’s favourite food trucks and restaurants including Frenchies Crepe Cafe…

...and Wheelie Good Coffee

…and Wheelie Good Coffee

Landon Peters and his sister Amber Clarke waiting for his favourite ride at the fair

Landon Peters and his sister Amber Clarke waiting for his favourite ride at the fair

The midway always provides hours of fun

The midway always provides hours of fun

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