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NOON TO 11 PM DAILY
SUPEREX 2005 explores its rural heritage in the Pure Country Pavilion.

Families continue to gather each year as this historic Pavilion is transformed into an educational and animal focused attraction. There are many free daily activities centred in the Show Ring as well as educational exhibits. Experience a taste of rural life without leaving the Pavilion.

This Pavilion will provide (11) hours of daily entertainment and as a result it is very appealing to both the young and old. Some people call it the Aberdeen Pavilion others have known it as the Cattle Castle.

Each year for 11 days, we call it the “Pure Country Pavilion” Nevertheless; it is a beautiful structure consisting of 44,000. Sq ft and it is a showcase by itself.

THE MAIN SHOWRING
THE HORSE WHISPERER: DAILY @ 2:15 & 7:45 PM
THE HORSE WHISPERER Greg Barrington, the Horse Whisperer, has spent a lifetime around horses and, through his experiences, he has developed a unique, fear and stress free way of working with and training horses... read more
4H COMPETITVE SHOWS DAILY @ 1, 3:15 & 7:00 PM
4H COMPETITVE SHOWSEvery day local 4H Club youth showcase different animals in the Show Ring under the scrutinizing eyes of a judge. Cash prizes are awarded to youth who place high in the daily competitions.
HORSES GALORE
Horses GaloreA range of horses can be enjoyed daily in the Show Ring – not only can you watch them but you can ride them!
HORSE BACK RIDES: DAILY @ 1:45, 5:30 & 8:45 PM
This activity brings back memories or experiences that were a taste of life over 150 years ago when riding a horse in the City of Ottawa was a common form of transportation. Bare-back rides - one of the most popular rides at SuperEX - are available free of charge.
HALFLINGER SHOWCASE & WAGON RIDES: DAILY @ 4 & 6:15 PM
See the beautiful Halflinger breed hitched to a wagon as the six horses tempt you for free wagon rides.
INTERNATIONAL WORLD OF HORSES: DAILY @ 4:45 PM
A parade of horses will be highlighted in the main show ring.
FAMILIES ON PARADE: DAILY @ 12:30 & 5:15 PM
Enjoy the different type of animal families that are part of the Pure Country Pavilion showcase.
COUNTRY MUSIC
Enjoy the traditional flavours of country music in the Pure Country Pavilion.
THE BOWES BROTHERS: DAILY @ 6 & 9:30 PM
The Bowes Brothers
OTHER ATTRACTIONS
PETTING FARM: DAILY FROM Noon to Closing
The Petting Farm LIFE OF RIELLY PETTING FARM: People of all ages enjoy getting up close to an abundant variety of farm and exotic animals.
A SALUTE TO EARLY BYTOWN (OTTAWA)
A Salute to Bytown2005 marks the 150th anniversary of Ottawa’s founding. To commemorate the event, the Pure Country Pavilion offers some special exhibits and programming.
A TRIBUTE TO BYTOWN – OTTAWA: DAILY @ 12:15 & 9:15 PM
The City of Ottawa Attired in period costume, local historian Coral Lindsay, will present an animated talk on the early days of lumbering in Ottawa as practiced 150 years ago. Her “classroom” will be an authentic recreation of a lumberman’s shanty and cook house, built to scale with century old logs retrieved from the Ottawa River. The shanty contains artifacts from the era.
When Lumber was King:

The historic and recently restored Aberdeen Pavilion is host to "When Lumber was King" during the 2005 edition of the Central Canada's Exhibition's 'SuperEx'. With assistance from sponsors such as Logs End Inc. and the New Ontario Trilium Foundation and volunteers from the Rideau Township Historical Society, the CCE is helping the city celebrate its 150th anniversary with a tribute to the 19th century lumbermen of Bytown and Ottawa.

DAILY From Noon to Closing
Gathered from many sources, this fascinating exhibit will outline many of the techniques and practices used by our ancestors as they pioneered Ottawa’s growth through the thriving lumber industry.
THE HOMECRAFT DIVISION
HOMECRAFT: DAILY FROM Noon to Closing
Homecraft Division Our Homecraft Division Tea Room and craft competitions are again located in the southeastern part of this Pavilion. You will note that this is perfection at its best.
THE MARKET PLACE LANE: DAILY FROM Noon to Closing
Homecraft Division Enjoy exhibits, cash and carry treasures and a home-cooked meal. SHOPPING: You might find something that tickles your fancy.

BEARBROOK FARM:
Their licensed Farmer’s Kitchen offers home cooked meals and tasty desserts all in sit-down, relaxed atmosphere.

Contact Info:
Jack Graham
PURE COUNTRY PAVILION CO-ORDINATOR
mailto:jackg@ottawasuperex.com
2005 - Central Canada Exhibition, Lansdowne Park, Ottawa, Ontario K1S 3W7
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