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Niverville Fair Cancelled for Second Year in a Row

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On Thursday, April 1, it was announced that the Niverville Olde Tyme Country Fair, for the second year in a row, will not be taking place.

“After much consideration, the Niverville Fair committee is announcing the cancellation of this year’s Niverville Olde Tyme Country Fair,” reads a message from the organizers on the fair’s social media accounts. “With the uncertainty surrounding the pandemic, we face several challenges that prevent us from ensuring a safe and fun atmosphere.”

The good news is that no one is concerned about the future of the fair, and the committee has already announced next year’s event—June 10–11, 2022.

“Plans are already underway for next year and we are working hard to make 2022 a fair to remember!” says the message. “We will share more information at a later date.”

Those who have purchased presale passes, all ticket purchases for the 2020 dates will be honoured for 2022. The committee just asks people to hold on to your 2020 e-tickets.

“For those who are unable to attend the new date, refunds will be issued at your request,” they say. “We thank you for your ongoing support, patience, and understanding during this difficult time. See you on Main Street in 2022!”

For more information

To get a refund for presale purchases, please contact info@nivervillefair.com.

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