The Lundar FairOur annual event held in June.
The Lundar Fair
The very first Lundar Fair was held in the fall of 1927. Apart from pausing from 1933 to 1953 for the great depression and World War II, it’s been held each year. Since then it’s grown into an event that the community looks forward to year after year.
The 2021 Lundar Fair has been cancelled due to COVID-19 and current public health orders. See you in 2022!
|17 & under||$5||$10|
|12 & under||FREE (if accompanied by an adult)||FREE (if accompanied by an adult)|
What’s at the Lundar Fair?
Our events and entertainment change each year, but here’s what you can expect from the Lundar Fair when you go.
The parade is always held on the Saturday morning of the event. The parade can be viewed along Main Street in Lundar, Manitoba.
Businesses and individuals need to register their floats in advance. Fill out the form below to register.
We usually hold tractor pull events on more than one day of the fair. Refer to the schedule for more information.
Community members are encouraged to join in to test both their driving skills and their tractor’s pulling capabilities.
If you’re interested in competing, bring your tractor to the weigh in. Tractors made before 1960 are accepted.
Businesses are invited to book a booth at the Lundar Fair. Booths are 10′ by 10′ and include an 8′ table.
For visitors, the commercial display area is a great way to do some local shopping with crafters and independent sales representatives.
What’s a festival without fireworks! Join us Friday evening after dusk (usually around 10pm) at the airstrip to see our fireworks display.
Bring a blanket or some lawn chairs and get there early for the best view.
Miss Interlake Pageant
The Miss Interlake Pageant is a competition among eligible young women to determine a suitable representative for the Interlake. She will serve as an official representative at many festivals and events during the reigning year. She will also be eligible to run for Miss Manitoba. Miss Interlake will be expected to have grace, poise, and the ability to meet and communicate with people.
Parents are welcome to enter their babies aged six to eighteen months in the baby show! Winners will be invited to ride on the float in the parade.
Every baby will receive a participation certificate and ribbon.
A trophy and ribbon will be awarded for 1st and 2nd place, in each class.
Class 1 – Girls, over six months and under 12 months
Class 2 – Boys, over six months and under 12 months
Class 3 – Girls, over 12 months and under 18 months
Class 4 – Boys, over 12 months and under 18 months
Home Living Exhibits
Keeping up with tradition the Lundar Fair exhibits home living creations in a variety of categories.
Entries from the following categories are displayed throughout the fair: Sewing, Crocheting, Knitting, Photo Corner, Hand Crafts, Home Baking, Canning, Horticulture, Junior Division.
Other Things at the Lundar Fair
Midway – a variety of fun rides for the family. Tickets and wristbands are available to purchase.
Concerts – Each year the Lundar Ag Society invites different performers to the Lundar Fair. These include daytime shows and evening performances.
Beer Gardens – A place for adults to gather, enjoy a drink, and take in the music.
Family Friendly Activities – There are a variety of activities for kids and families. These change every year, so check the schedule for details.
Grab a bite to eat – Food is sold on site and we also have a pancake breakfast and BBQ dinner you can attend.