"Show Window of the Valley"

Over 90 years strong and getting bigger and better every year, you cannot afford to miss this fabulous week long event that celebrates our heritage and our future. Join us in Lawrencetown, Annapolis County every August.


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 4, 2021 In response to COVID-19 and the need to follow current public health guidelines and restrictions in the province of Nova Scotia, the Exhibitions Association of Nova Scotia (EANS) has made the decision to not host traditional exhibitions and fairs for the 2021 season. We know that across Nova Scotia, event organizers are making hard decisions for 2021 to ensure the safety of our volunteers, employees, sponsors, exhibitors and public. Our collective decision does not preclude Exhibitions and Fairs from hosting smaller events that meet all public health requirements. Planning is underway and announcements will be made in later the year.The AVEx is developing plans to offer as many events as possible in a new format to keep everyone safe. Please stay tuned for further announcements!

Lawrencetown, Windsor exhibitions impacted by provincial suspension prompted by COVID-19

Devoted exhibition goers eagerly waiting to return to crowded midways with fair games, twirling rides and tasty treats can expect new twists on old traditions this summer. The Exhibition Association of Nova Scotia (EANS) recently announced that physical exhibitions and fairs involving face-to-face interactions will be suspended for the upcoming season.

2020 Announcement

The Exhibitions Association of Nova Scotia announced the suspension of all physical exhibitions and fairs for the 2020 season. The association also announced all other activities on exhibition and fair grounds must meet guidelines as outlined by Nova Scotia’s Medical Officer of Health.