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Everyone loves a parade!

FSF Pipe Band

The pipers are piping, the drummers are drumming, the dancers are dancing...

FSF Jubilee

It's time for the 69th Annual Fergus Scottish Festival and Highland Games Pipes, Plaid and Pageantry Parade! Come experience the downtown activity as a wave of tartan and all things Scottish wash over the streets of Fergus.

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Don't miss the Saturday night Ceilidh at the Fergus Grand Theatre, August 9!



The Canadian Hot Rod Tour is coming to town!

Hot Rods

They're here for a good time, but not a long time! Come see these 85 fabulous vehicles on Saturday July 26, between noon and 2:30 pm only. Fergus Marketplace Building parking lot. Don't miss it!

The Merchants of Downtown Fergus

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Downtown Fergus offers a wide range of products and services to meet every need,

whether it be the perfect gift, a great pub or restaurant, specialty chocolates or baking, or just satisfying a curious window shopper’s whim. Ample free parking and public rest rooms are available, as are two Tourist Information Centres.

Fergus, Ontario is a historic town comfortably nestled on the banks of the Grand River. Experience the rich heritage and the charming Scottish atmosphere as you stroll our streets. Follow our self-guided Walking Tour and visit symbols of local history still standing strong in the midst of a bustling rural setting.

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Traditional limestone masonry is abundant throughout the area. Used by Scottish settlers to build many of the heritage homes, limestone dominates the walls and park stairwells, and the merchant buildings downtown.