Barrington Municipal Exhibition in Need of Volunteers

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The Barrington Municipal Exhibition is in dire need of new volunteers for the 2016 planning year.

Barrington's first community fair was held August 26, 1952. The exhibition was started to promote farming in the area. Forty years later is was called the "Barrington Municipal Exhibition", and remains an important role in the promotion of agriculture, culture and history of our area. 

Community volunteers have always been the mainstay of the exhibition and the integral part of what keeps it going. The current committee is made up a a very small group and in order for the Exhibition to remain an important part of the Municipality's summer events, they require more community support in the form of board members, organizing committee members and volunteers for the weeks and days leading up to the exhibition.

Every member of our community has both an opportunity and the ability to build the community in which they wish to live, work and play in a way that is meaningful to them.
Volunteers are everyday heroes that make communities a great place to live, work, invest and raise families.

If you would like to volunteer with the Barrington Municipal Exhibition, please contact Juanita Penney either through email at or by phone at 902-320-1217