The Salmon Arm Fair Parade rolls out tomorrow, Saturday, Sept. 9 at 10:45, beginning at Fifth Street and 10th Avenue SW.-Image credit: Photo contributed.

Fall fair – Something to crow about

The 120th version of the Salmon Arm Fair begins today

The event is such a hit, it’s celebrating 120 years in Salmon Arm.

The well-loved annual fall fair opens today at 10 a.m. and runs until late afternoon Sunday, Sept. 10, with activites, exhibitions, food, vendors and great entertainment for everyone.

Truly a family favourite, the the annual parade rolls out from Fifth Street and 10th Avenue SW at 10:45 a.m. Saturday.

There has been some confusion about what direction the parade will take: After it leaves the marshalling area near Blackburn Park, it will move east along 10th Avenue to Shuswap Street, north Along Shuswap to Hudson Avenue where it will turn right and head east to Ross Street. A left there, and the parade will travel north to Lakeshore Drive, where it will turn left and continue west to 10th Street SW near the Greyhound Bus Depot.

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