Agriculture Demonstrations
Discover where butter, bees and ice cream fit into our world...
See the Canadian Agriculture & Food Museum demos
every day at 1:30pm; 2:30pm; 3:30pm, 5:00pm and 6:00pm
Churning Butter
1:30pm & 6:00pm Churning is the process of releasing and binding fat globules in sweet cream to make butter. A butter churn is simply a barrel with a plunger in it, moved by hand. Try your churning skills and witness the creation of real butter. We all Scream for Ice Cream 3:30pm During this demo, children discover about the ingredients that are used to make ice cream. They learn the scientific process involved in making ice cream with an old-fashioned manual ice cream maker and taste the fruits of their labour.
2:30pm & 5:00pm Do you like honey and fruit? Join us to learn the story of our bees and why they are so incredibly important to our agricultural world.

The Gloucester Agricultural Society

Office : 613-741-3247   Fax: 613-744-2672

FAIRGROUNDS: Rideau Carleton Raceway Casino

                           4837 Albion Road SOUTH, Ottawa ON  K1X 1A3

HOME OFFICE:  2149 Hubbard Crescent, Ottawa ON K1J 6L3

Program details subject to change without notice


Thanks to the Kiwanis Clubs of Rideau, Ottawa, West Ottawa, Nepean, Manotick, Riverside & Sage

Funding provided by the Government of Ontario