GALLERY: Families flock to the 151st Saanich Fair

The 151 Saanich Fair ran Aug. 31 until Sept. 2 with lots to do and see for the entire family. (Jessica Williamson/Black Press Media)
The 151 Saanich Fair ran Aug. 31 until Sept. 2 with lots to do and see for the entire family. (Jessica Williamson/Black Press Media)
The 151 Saanich Fair ran Aug. 31 until Sept. 2 with lots to do and see for the entire family. (Jessica Williamson/Black Press Media)
The 151 Saanich Fair ran Aug. 31 until Sept. 2 with lots to do and see for the entire family. (Jessica Williamson/Black Press Media)
The 151 Saanich Fair ran Aug. 31 until Sept. 2 with lots to do and see for the entire family. (Jessica Williamson/Black Press Media)
The 151 Saanich Fair ran Aug. 31 until Sept. 2 with lots to do and see for the entire family. (Jessica Williamson/Black Press Media)
The 151 Saanich Fair ran Aug. 31 until Sept. 2 with lots to do and see for the entire family. (Jessica Williamson/Black Press Media)
The 151 Saanich Fair ran Aug. 31 until Sept. 2 with lots to do and see for the entire family. (Jessica Williamson/Black Press Media)
The 151 Saanich Fair ran Aug. 31 until Sept. 2 with lots to do and see for the entire family. (Jessica Williamson/Black Press Media)
The 151 Saanich Fair ran Aug. 31 until Sept. 2 with lots to do and see for the entire family. (Jessica Williamson/Black Press Media)

The 151st Saanich Fair wrapped up Monday evening after another successful three-day event.

Billed as the oldest continuously running agricultural fair in western Canada, the fair saw tens of thousands of visitors over the Labour Day long weekend, Aug. 31 to Sept. 2.

Organized by the North and South Saanich Agricultural Society, the fair featured a number of attractions including animals, agricultural demonstrations, live entertainment, midway and so much more.

ALSO READ: Clara Knight has attended Saanich Fair since 1947


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