20th Annual Sackville Fall Fair

A full 5 days of events and entertainment for all ages!

PLEASE NOTE: Due to the pending arrival of Hurricane Fiona, we have made some changes to the schedule.  They are as follows:

Main Street Mile
Family Day at the Park
Skeet Shoot
Show N Shine
Blacksmithing Demonstration
Domino Display
Pet Show
Harvest Supper
Fundraising BBQs
Hospital Auxiliary Music Jamboree
Dog Runners Race

Tent activities will now take place at the Sackville Curling Club (22 Lansdowne St). They include

  • Opening Ceremonies
  • Youth Dance
  • Rotary Chili
  • Children’s Parade
  • Friday and Saturday night music
  • Sunday morning Church Service

Music that was going to take place all day Saturday at the park will now be upstairs at the Curling Club.


Fireworks will be moved to Sunday night at 8:30pm


These are the main Town operated events for Fall Fair. Individual activities will be up to the individual organizer, and we’ll share once we know their status.












Check out the full 2022 Fall Fair schedule here.

Some of our highlights include: 
Free Music in the Tent on Friday Night (The Ray Oliver Band) and Saturday Night (The Mark Green Band and Tristan Horncastle)
Friday Night Fireworks
9th Annual Anything That Floats Race: 2022 Anything That Floats Race Rules and Registration Form

Sackville Fire and Rescue Open House
Legion Luncheon
Sackville Memorial Hospital Auxiliary Music Jamboree
Children’s Parade
Legion Breakfast
Show N’ Shine Antique Car Show: Contact Claudette Long at Rclong84@bellaliant.net or 1-506-540-0971
Children and Youth Dance
Moncton Dog Runners Trail Run: Register here
Fall Fair Church Service
7th Annual Sandcastle Making Contest: 2022 Sand Castle Rules and Registration Form
Pet Show at Cattail Ridge
Main Street Mile:  You can register here.

To enter this year’s parade, please download the 2022 Parade Entry Form.

Would you like to set up as a vendor on Saturday, September 24th?  Download the 2022 Vendor Application Form.


Tristan Horncastle

Born and raised in Fredericton NB, and still resides just outside of the city, in Beaverdam, NB, with his wife and 7 year old son, and 12 year daughter, Tristan first formed a band in 2008. In 2011 recorded his first EP in Nashville. In 2014, he recorded his first full length album, “A Little Big Of Alright, which was also the first single that broke top 40 on Canadian country charts peaking at #32, which also received a radio award nomination. 2015, was a CCMA rising star nominee, and took home 4 music New Brunswick awards including album of the year and fans choice, before releasing his 2016 album that reached #1 for sales on I tunes it’s first week of release. In 2017 he received country recording of the year at the ECMA awards for his album, “Turnin Up A Sundown”.

Tristan is signed with Sakamoto booking agency, and signed with Grass Roots Promotions, out of Nashville TN, for management. Currently has 4 new singles ready to go and patiently waiting to release them!

2022 Citizen of the Year Awards

Don’t forget to nominate someone deserving of the 2021 Youth Citizen, Mount Allison Youth Citizen and Citizen of the Year Awards before Thursday, September 15, 2022.