Fall Fair concludes summer season at Upper Canada Village; Pumpkinferno kicks off Sept. 30

Marjorie Munroe at the Upper Canada Village Fall Fair Quilting Bee at the Ross House. Courtesy photo by Glenda Eden.

MORRISBURG — Upper Canada Village closed out the summer season with its popular annual Fall Fair last weekend.

Village spokesperson Susan Leclair says the 1860s-style Fair drew 4,200 people to the tourist attraction over Saturday and Sunday (Sept. 17-18).  “It’s a great way to wrap up the summer season!” she exclaims.

While regular hours have now ceased, special daily guided tours are offered through Oct. 10. Lasting about one and a half hours, the tours leave the Village store at 10:30 a.m., 1 p.m. and 3 p.m., with additional times added when demand warrants.

The Village is also preparing for its next big seasonal bash: the ever-popular Pumpkinferno. The massive, award-winning jack-o’-lantern display returns for its fifth annual edition starting Sept. 30 and running select nights through Oct. 30.

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