Clinton Spring Fair
The Clinton Spring Fair, held annually every year on the first weekend in June, will be keeping up the tradition on June 2, 3 and 4 this year with the theme of “Plant a Seed, Watch It Grow!”. The fair will once again fill the Clinton Community Park and the Central Huron Community Complex.
All of your fair favourites are on the schedule, including the demolition derby and the homecraft show. After an absence of three years due to the pandemic, the midway returned in 2022 and fairgoers couldn’t have been more delighted.
The derby raffle is back. Have you always wanted to enter the demolition derby but don't want to take on the work of getting a car ready? The organizers have brought back the demolition derby raffle again this year where a lucky ticket holder will win the use of a car to enter the derby. Tickets are available at Radar Auto Parts in Clinton and Brussels.
The first farmer’s market was held last year and proved successful, so is being brought back again on Saturday morning. A great array of vendors will be set up outside of the Community Centre.
In recent years, a Saturday night concert has become the hot ticket in town. The popular event is moving indoors this year. Legendary Canadian rocker David Wilcox will be bringing his unique blend of blues and rock and roll to the Central Huron Community Centre on Saturday, June 3 for an age of majority event.
While the complete schedule wasn’t ready when Stops went to print, you can follow the fair on Facebook or visit www.clintonspringfair.com to find out the details!