Info & FAQ

37th Townshippers’ Day

Saturday, September 17, 2016, 9am-5pm

345 ch Stagecoach Road




  • Enjoy yourself!
  • Take care of each other.
  • Take care of the festival site. Deposit your garbage, recyclables, and compostables in the appropriate containers throughout the grounds.
  • Keep the washrooms clean and wash your hands.
  • Bring your own water bottles.
  • Find lost goods or lost children at the info booth near the first aid station.
  • Tell us what you think!
  • Townshippers’ Association is a non-profit community organization and we greatly appreciate donations! Donations can be made right here. Check out the link over to the right there ⇒



  • No smoking, outside alcohol or drugs.
  • No violence or weapons of any sort.
  • No pets. Please leave your dogs and other fur-or-scale-babies at home with the exception of service animals.
  • No hoarding freebies! Do not take more than one free exhibitor goodies per person, without permission.


The Brome fairgrounds are located at 345 Chemin Stagecoach, Brome Village. In support of the festival, donations are being collected for parking, a minimum of $2 is suggested.

From Montreal:

Take Autoroute 10 East from Montreal to exit 74. Take Route 241 south and then turn left on Route 104. Continue until the intersection with Route 215 and turn right (south) to the Village of Brome and follow directions to the Brome Fairgrounds.

From Sherbrooke:

Take Autoroute 10 west to exit 90. Follow Route 243 /215. At the fork veer right and continue on Route 215. At the lights cross route 104. Continue to Brome Village on Route 215 and then turn left for the fairgrounds.

YES! There will be kiosks offering beverage and food service. Visitors are also invited to bring their own picnic lunch. Please help us keep Townshippers’ Day sustainable by following the suggestions in the Go Green section. There are also several restaurants in and around town which will be open and ready to welcome you on Townshippers’ Day.

Yes! Townshippers’ Day takes place rain or shine. Since the first event in 1979, the festival has never been cancelled. Naturally if there are any weather conditions that threaten the safety of attendees, the festival will be cancelled. For events being held independently but consecutively with Townshippers’ Day, the decision to continue their activity in inclement weather lies with the organizers.

Townshippers’ Day is a family friendly festival!  Check out the free activities offered for children do in the Family Activities section [coming soon]. For their safety, please ensure children under 12 are accompanied by an adult.

Yes, washrooms will be open to the public and will be clearly marked with signs.

Townshippers’ Day does not charge an admission fee, but needs increasing public support through individual donations. As in past years, we encourage those who enjoy the festival to donate a minimum of $2 when parking their vehicle. Please support this family-friendly, non-profit event, operated by a community organization and administered by a volunteer organizing committee! For other ways to support the festival, visit the Supporters section or make a cash donation online by utilize the DONATE button found on the right hand side of the site.



Support T-Day

Thank you for supporting Townshippers' Day with your donation! T-Day is a non-profit family-friendly event organized by a community organization and administered by a volunteer committee.