Royal Agricultural Winter Fair

Celebrating the Greenbelt at the Royal Agricultural Winter FairCelebrating the Greenbelt at the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair
$103,685 - June 8, 2009

Over 300,000 people visit the annual fair to see the horse and dog shows, to taste the assorted fare, and to experience urban life transformed into a rural countryside.

The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair has been held since 1922, and is now the world’s largest indoor agricultural fair, celebrating the assorted foods, animals, and farm cultures of Canada.

Celebrating the Greenbelt at the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair 2006-2008: This three-year project introduces the Greenbelt as a prominent theme at the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair, where promotions, exhibits and activities are used to increase understanding and awareness of the Greenbelt, and to showcase its features to the general public.

Greenbelt Childrens’ Activity Books: The Greenbelt Kids’ Activity Book is published, as a fun, informal way for kids to learn about all there is to do and explore in Ontario’s Greenbelt.

Celebrating the Greenbelt at the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair 2009: The 2009 fair continues the tradition of highlighting the Greenbelt through a special Greenbelt pavilion, while the Fair’s restaurants feature “Greenbelt inspired” menus and Greenbelt awards for red and white wines.

Celebrating the Greenbelt at the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair 2006-2008:
$600,000 September 11, 2006

Greenbelt Childrens’ Activity Books:
$40,620 December 8, 2008

Celebrating the Greenbelt at the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair 2009:
$103,685 June 8, 2009

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