Our Mission Statement
Springfield Agricultural Society exists to promote agricultural awareness, connect with other community groups and celebrate our rural community.
Springfield Agricultural Society exists in large part to promote awareness of agriculture among residents of the R.M. of Springfield and to celebrate rural life. The highlight of every year is the annual Springfield Country Fair, held on the third Saturday of July on our grounds, located at the corner of Highways 15 and 206 in the town of Dugald, Manitoba. The date for our 136th Fair this year is July 21, 2018. On our grounds we also host the Springfield Curling Club and the ball field for the Springfield Braves and other baseball teams. As well, this is the location of the Cairn honouring those who contributed toward the first shipment of grain from the R.M. in 1876 and the site for the memorial marker for the Dugald Train Disaster erected by Springfield Women’s Institute. We look forward to developing connections with other community groups to enrich the rural lifestyle of Springfield residents.
Springfield Agricultural Society Grounds
Corner of Hwy 15 and Hwy 206 in Dugald MB
Fair Dates for 2018:
Exhibit drop offs - Thursday July 19 between 6:00pm - 9:00pm
and Friday July 20 between 8:00am - 10:00am
The Digital Competition (class 8, sec. 2) and the Quilting Exhibits (class 16) have earlier drop off dates, please check the rules and regulations in the fair book for these special exhibits.
Judging - Not open to the public - Friday, July 20 at 10:30am
Fair Day - Saturday, July 21st - 8:00am - 7:30pm