153rd annual Ripley Fall Fair
by Sandy Lindsay

September 27, 2016


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Ripley main square ...

... hundreds lined the streets ...

... waiting for the Mammoth Parade

Kincardine Scottish Band lead the parade

Ripley (ON) brags that they never have rain at the Ripley Fall Fair and, this year (2016) for the 153rd fair, they were right once again.

Although there were dark ominous clouds on Friday hanging over Ripley, on Saturday morning for parade and fair day, the sun shone and the temperature climbed.

Huron-Kinloss Mayor and Bruce County Warden Mitch Twolan

Two little 10-week-old Chihuahua sisters were dressed in pearls for the parade

(L) Debbie Hall & Lily and Cloe and Darcy Hall

Hundreds of people lined the streets for the parade and thousands passed through the gates into the fair grounds throughout the day.

Some had a bird's eye view of the parade

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Ripley Fall Fair Parade

Fall Fair Opening Ceremony

Fall Fair Grounds and Exhibits

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