The Quesnel Agricultural and Exhibition Association invites the public to their free, family-oriented event on Sunday from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Covering two sites with a host of activities and information, the public can stop by the Alex Fraser Park agriplex to see various animals exhibits, an antique machinery display as well as a blacksmith demonstration by local artisan Arnold Kilsby.
The fur and feather buildings will also be filled with displays and exhibits including livestock.
In addition to the seed swap (local gardeners can exchange proven seeds), the CNC/UNBC atrium will showcase more than 30 local producers who offer information on their operation and advice to the public.
A large children’s play area is being set up, so bring the whole family.
QAEA president Judy Easy said there will be lots of prizes to be given away and refreshments served.
Plan to take in this unique free event on May 6.