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General Information

Admission
ADULTS: $9.00
SENIOR CITIZEN DAY: Saturday only, $5.00
CHILDREN: Under 12 Free


Officers
President: Mike Riley 489 Prov.-N.L. Tpk.
No. Stonington, CT 06359
860
334-5480
Vice-President: Jody Whipple 102 Anthony Road
No. Stonington, CT 06359
860
705-2593
Secretary: Peggy Sue Long 6 Somersett Dr.
Pawcatuck, CT  06379
860-599-2459
Financial Secretary: Charlie Burger 230A Pendleton Hill Road
No. Stonington, CT 06359
860
445-0348
Treasurer:
John L.
Holliday Sr.
29 Old Colony Road
No. Stonington, CT 06359
860
535-8103

Superintendent of Concessions & Rentals
Elisha Riley, 165 Barnes Road, Stonington, CT 06378    (860) 535-1157

Directions
Wyassup Road (off Route 2), North Stonington, CT
(860) 535-3956

Map
 

From Route 2 (eastbound):
From Route 2 eastbound, follow Route 2 passing Foxwoods Resort Casino. Continue through the first traffic light past Foxwoods Resort (several miles past the resort). At the next traffic light (Mobil gas station on corner), turn left onto Main Street, At the end of Main Street, turn left onto Wyassup Road. The Fairgrounds are just past the village on the left.
From Route 95 (northbound)
From Route 95 northbound, take exit 92. At the end of exit ramp, turn left onto Route 2. Proceed to and through the traffic rotary staying on Route 2. At the first traffic light past the rotary, turn right onto Rocky Hollow Road which quickly joins Wyassup Road in North Stonington Village. The Fairgrounds are just past the village on the left.
From Route 95 (southbound)
From Route 95 southbound take exit 92. At the end of exit ramp, go straight through the traffic light and across Route 49 onto Route 617 (industrial service road). At the next traffic light (the end of route 617), turn right onto Route 2. Proceed to and through the traffic rotary staying on Route 2. At the first traffic light past the rotary, turn right onto Rocky Hollow Road which quickly joins Wyassup Road in North Stonington Village. The Fairgrounds are just past the village on the left.

Rules & Regulations
  • Competition at the North Stonington Agricultural Fair is open to all, and is not limited to residents of North Stonington.
  • Donations to the grounds by all adults $8.00; children under 12 free; senior citizens $5.00 only on Saturday. Parking FREE.
  • Sunday Closing: Commercial exhibits must stay open until at least 6:00 P.M. on Sunday. They are encouraged to stay open until 7:00 P.M. or later. NO VEHICLES ARE ALLOWED ON THE GROUNDS UNTIL AFTER 7:00 P.M. ON SUNDAY. Exhibits must be removed by 10:00 P.M. on Sunday, July 10, 2016.
  • No person will be allowed to interfere with judges while in discharge of their duties and any person so interfering will be excluded from competition. Competent judges will be employed to judge all exhibits and contests. Decisions of the Judges are final.
  • The Fair Committee will provide security Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights. No one will be allowed to remain on grounds at night without express permission from the Fair Committee. Fair will not be responsible for exhibits or property left after 10 P.M. Sunday, July 10, 2016.
  • The Fair Committee will not be responsible for any accidents that may occur on the grounds, in the buildings, or parking areas, or by anyone participating in competitive activities.
  • Vehicles parked illegally will be towed away at OWNER’S EXPENSE.
  • The Fair Committee will not be responsible for any loss or damage of any article or animal exhibited at the Fair. Due care and caution will be exercised to prevent loss or damage.
  • NO PETS ALLOWED.
  • Commercial exhibits will be allowed on the grounds only if permission is secured in advance from the superintendent of concessions. Concessionaires must comply with the laws of the State of Connecticut regarding gambling and immoral shows and must not change their line of business or sublet without consent of said Superintendent.
  • Entries will be disqualified if regulations are not followed.
  • NO alcoholic beverages shall be allowed on the Fairgrounds.
  • The Fair Committee has the right to refuse admittance to or remove anyone from the Fairgrounds for just cause.
  • All animals entered in the Fair must conform to the Health Standards as are set by the State of Connecticut Department of Agriculture.
  • In case of bad weather, premium money may be prorated.
  • The grounds will close Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights at 12:30 or 1/2 hour after the pulls end, whichever is later.
  • No vehicles allowed on Fairgrounds during Fair hours.
  • Any situations not covered by these rules shall be left to the discretion of the North Stonington Agricultural Fair, Inc. Committee.
  • Shirts and shoes must be worn.
  • ANIMAL PULLERS TAKE NOTICE: Ox, horse, and pony pullers will enter and exit the Pull Ring through the Horse Show ring at designated times. Entering or exiting the Pull Ring by any other route will result in disqualification and forfeiture of prize money. Thank you in advance for helping to make our Fair a safer place.

Board of Directors

Doug Carocari, Chairman;  Kathleen Bond, Secretary; Charlie Burger;  Jody Whipple; John Holliday; Charlie Smith; Paul Ames; Bill Peterson, Nancy Weismuller, Earl Bond, Grant Lieper

Committees
Arts & Crafts/ Baking Contests: Catherine Lewis  860-514-3295
EMS & First Aid: North Stonington Ambulance Association, Inc.
Entertainment: Peggy Sue Long 860-599-2459
Fair Book: Andrew Carlson & Fritz Rauch
Fair Queen, Princess & Little Princess: Samantha Storey
Fire Protection: Charles Steinhart V, George Brennan & Tim York
Gates: Nick Mullane, Flo Mullane, Charlie Smith
Grounds: Thanks to all who pitch in to make it all possible.
Ham & Bean Dinner: Sue Pianka
Information Booth: Joe Gross
Parking: Mike Dibble & Zach Herman
Publicity: Peggy Sue Long
Security: CT State Police
Tickets: Bill Peterson
Weigh masters: Joseph Reissner

Information Booth:  (860) 535-3956