Education at Brooklin Spring Fair
There are many opportunities throughout the weekend of the fair for education to take place. Check out the links below for more information about how to get your students involved in the many educational activities that are happening at the Brooklin Spring Fair!
Brooklin Spring Fair’s Education Day is an excellent opportunity for Gr. 3 students to discover how agriculture impacts their daily lives, specifically making local connections.
Our Education Day program is designed to reinforce the Gr. 3 curriculum and allow students the opportunity to apply their learning to real life situations.
The Brooklin Spring Fair has many traditions and the parade is definitely one of the highlights. Many volunteers and volunteer hours go into the planning and preparation of the parade to ensure that it continues to grow and reflect the many long standing traditions established over the past 103 years.
Show your school’s spirit and consider entering a decorated float or have your school dress up as a group to walk the route!
We are also looking for high school student volunteers to help out on the day of the parade, come and join us to earn hours towards your required 40 hours of community service.
Are you Spelling Bee material? Do you know a kid in grades 3 to 8 who is a word wizard? A spelling bee is a competition in which contestants are asked to spell a broad selection of words, usually with a varying degree of difficulty. Students will complete against other youth in the same grade. Points are awarded for correctly spelled words as confirmed by the panel of judges.
Is one of your students are musical guru? Know some one with vocal talent that needs to be showcased? The Spring Sing Youth Talent show is just the venue for them! Each competitor will sing one song, solo, on stage, in front of three (3) judges.
Competitor are encouraged to showcase all of their talents during the competition. Many in the past have performed with guitars and performed songs they have written themselves.
The Brooklin Spring Fair has multiple volunteer committees working year-round to organize the various events and activities that occur during the 4-day Fair. We are very fortunate to have a highly dedicated team of volunteers contributing to our organization.
We encourage volunteers of all ages to join us and lend a hand!
Hours earned as part of our volunteer program are approved for use towards high school students mandatory 40 hours of of community involvement activities required to obtain their Ontario Secondary School Diploma. Our volunteer coordinator with work with all high school students to track their hours and sign off on their schools logs.