Four-year-old Myelle Tinoco proudly shows off her artwork while entering it in the Chilliwack Fair with her mom Jenise on Wednesday. Fair organizers and volunteers, including Johanne Pereault (right) and Jacquie Ross, are gearing up for the 147th annual Chilliwack Fair set to take place Friday, Saturday and Sunday at Chilliwack Heritage Park. (Jenna Hauck/ The Progress)

PHOTO: Gearing up for the 147th annual Chilliwack Fair

The Chilliwack Fair, taking place this weekend at Heritage Park, is the second-oldest fair in B.C.

Above: Four-year-old Myelle Tinoco proudly shows off her artwork while entering it in the Chilliwack Fair with her mom Jenise on Wednesday.

Fair organizers and volunteers, including Johanne Pereault (right) and Jacquie Ross, are gearing up for the 147th annual Chilliwack Fair set to take place this Friday, Saturday and Sunday at Chilliwack Heritage Park.

Full schedule and more info is at chilliwackfair.com.

READ MORE: VIDEO: Historical look at the Chilliwack Fair


 

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