Agassiz Fall Fair and Corn Festival
One of the best small town fairs in British Columbia with a parade, exhibits, live music, midway, lawnmower races, animal shows, antique tractor pull, logger sports, bike show, a kids zone with pony rides, bouncy castle, petting zoo, and much more. Usually takes place in September.

Agassiz Farm Fresh Market
This Farmers Market offers local food and goods such as fresh produce, meats, baked goods, and local artisan products. The market is open from June to September, every Thursday from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Agassiz Motocross Track
The Agassiz Motocross Track is part of the Canadian Motorcycle Association (CMA) and offers motocross schools,
motocross practices, CMA races and much more.

Agassiz Speedway
The Agassiz Speedway is operated by Kent Raceways Society,
which is a non‐profit society dedicated to supporting and
furthering the sport of stock car racing. The Agassiz Speedway
race track is a ¼ mile, 55ft wide asphalt oval track.

Canada Day
Share your patriotism and a slice of birthday cake with friends and neighbours in Pioneer Park on July 1. Musicians, performers and displays throughout the park offer a wonderful opportunity for locals to connect with each other in celebration of our nation’s birthday. A free dip in the Ferny Coombe Pool is the perfect way for families to cap off the day.

Circle Farm Tour – Agassiz Harrison Mills
This is a 25km self guided tour that can easily be done by bike or car. The Agassiz Harrison Mills Circle Farm Tour
features specialty farm‐gate vendors such as Canadian Hazelnut, The Farm House Natural Cheeses, The Back Porch,
Tasty Chicken Farm, and much more.

CP Holiday Train
The CP Holiday Train rolls into Agassiz every year in December decorated with thousands of festive lights. The sides of the boxcar are lowered to create a stage where musical guests entertain the crowd, acknowledge the local food bank and encourage donations during the holiday season. Non‐perishable food items are collected to assist our local food bank before the train heads west to complete its North American Tour.

Fraser Valley Bald Eagle Festival
This festival is held in Harrison Mills each November and celebrates the beauty and biodiversity of the Fraser River Valley by honouring the majestic bald eagle and the cycle of the salmon.

Halloween Spooktacular
Let the wind howl and the rain come down on Halloween night for the local children are safe,warm and dry at Halloween Spooktacular!  Games of chance, hot dogs and drinks for the kids and a small concession for parents make this event a popular haunt on Halloween night. 

Kilby Historic Site
Step back in time and enjoy a leisurely tour of the Kilby Historic Site with its magnificent 1906 General Store Museum, heritage Post Office and Manchester House Hotel. After your tour of the museum, walk around the 3 hectare Waterloo Farm and visit wonderful baby animals and their mothers. Visitors of all ages can interact and feed the animals on the farm while they are learning about rural farm life.

Movie in the Park
A giant inflatable screen, professional projection equipment, a loonie concession and a family friendly movie in
Centennial Park is a great way for families to recreate together on the final weekend before school resumes for Fall. Lawn chairs and blankets welcome. Admission by donation.

Pioneer Park Twilight Concert Series
Enjoy the sweet sounds of music wafting through the summer air on select Wednesday evenings in July and August. We
like to showcase local talent but also host performers from throughout the lower mainland to entertain in our beautiful Pioneer Park. There is something for every musical taste at this free concert series. Bring your lawn chair or blanket. 

Slow Food Vancouver Cycle Tour
The leisurely self‐guided Slow Food Cycle Tour provides an educational and culinary experience exploring many farms; some that are open to the public for this day only!  The tours give a rare chance to meet the farmers and learn about agriculture in the spectacular Fraser Valley.

Tulip Festival
Wander around 40 acres of tulips, take pictures to your heart’s content, enjoy local
bannock and other treats, and take home some fresh cut or potted Canadian grown
tulips and bulbs when you leave.

Agassiz Visitor Information Centre and Agassiz Harrison Museum
The friendly staff at the Agassiz Visitor Information Centre can help you plan a day trip and explore the District of Kent. Housed in a 1893 CPR station, the Visitor Information Centre and the Museum have an extensive collection of artifacts depicting the life of early pioneers.