Rural Roots Fair-2022

Rural Roots Fair is Back!

Aug 27th-28th, 2022 from 9 am- 4pm Daily!

Designed with families in mind, the Rural Roots Fair is a FREE, fun event for every age group!

New this year and for the first time ever we are excited to host a celebration of Indigenous Roots, local Artisans and Musicians! 

This interactive event hosts a number of events and activities! This event will include, pony rides, petting zoo, local artist showcase and sale, Meet the Maker Market Place, Horseshoe Competition, community mural fence craft, traditional arts, voyageur games, trappers tent and Metis Artifacts exhibit, interactive medicinal plant exhibit and workshop, music, medicinal tea making, Pow Wow dance and wood flute performances and Pow wow dance instruction, Red River Jig Dancing, smudging and tobacco offerings and so much more!  So much to learn, experience and fun for all ages at this years Rural Roots Fair 2022.

Sissy Thiessen Kootenayoo of Wase Saba Experiences (Black Bear)

Felice Gladue with MetisALIVE Culture and Dance Experiences

Chantelle Gray Plant Medicine Knowledge Keeper

Artists’ Association of Beaumont

The Borch Brothers

Always a highlight for the kids will be petting Zoo, Pony Rides and wagon rides!

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Interested in being a vendor at our Meet the Maker Market? Contact today! Spots are limited!

Horse Shoe Competition! Details and sign up will be posted July 1, 2022!

Located at the Beaumont Ag Society Fairgrounds, this event is only 10 minutes south of Edmonton, and located on the west end of Beaumont. There is no charge for admission or parking thanks to our sponsors who give generously to this event! If you have any questions or want to contribute by volunteering for this fun family event please email us at or message on Facebook!

How did the event go in 2019? The 4 th annual RRF, held August 24-25, was bigger than ever. 2,365 visitors were counted entering the Fairground gates over the 2 days. In addition, roughly 25-30 of a total volunteer force numbering about 45-50 were on the grounds at any one time. Add exhibitors, clinicians, judges, ride operators and support staff, food service staff, competitors and followers, and clinic participants, total numbers easily swelled to over 2,500 for the weekend. A revised format and attraction layout had visitors spread more evenly around the venue. Highlights for kids included the Jumpy Castle, Pony Rides and the Petting Zoo. All folks enjoyed the wagon rides and equine and canine demonstrations.




Aug 2022


9:00 am - 4:00 pm


Beaumont & District Agricultural Society
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