$1,500.00 BC Fairs Scholarship Opportunity!
Click here to download the 2015 BC Fairs Scholarship application.
Applications must be recieved in the BC Fairs office by May 15th, 2015
Vancouver Island Regional Meeting has bee rescheduled to Sunday, March 29th!
"Community Engagement Counts" presented by Richard Hudson, CMC
Nanaimo Aquatic Centre
In this dynamic workshop, we'll discuss why stakeholder and community engagement are so important! Explore the benefits for the community and for your organization - learn how to undertake the engagement process and how to apply the insight, knowledge and resources you will gain! Click here to download the workshop information and registration form.
BC Fairs Partners with Glacier Media Group!
We are excited to be working with Glacier Media Group to produce the 2015 Guide to BC Fairs & Exhibitions; they're experience and support will guarantee the annual guide continues to be a high quality publication that will appeal to the interest of BC visitors
Originally intended as a special anniversary edition in 2010, the full colour magazine was an immediate success and distributors were reordering to keep their shelves stocked! The overwhelming success of the 2010 annual fair guide inspired BC Fairs to continue with the annual publication. Today, over 20,000 copies of are distributed at more than 300 locations around the province.
We hope you will support the 2015 Guide to BC Fairs & Exhibitions by exploring the many advertising opportunities available. We are confident that you will appreciate the exceptional value you will receive for your advertising investment.
Our Vision for BC FAIRS
A sustainable provincial association that represents agricultural fairs, exhibitions, festivals and related events, and increases awareness of BC agriculture through alliances with other organizations.
Our Mission Statement
To provide leadership, resources and services to agricultural fairs, exhibitions and related events so they can effectively celebrate the diversity and importance of local agriculture in communities throughout British Columbia.