The Roblin Agricultural Society has been gearing up to host their fair and rodeo for more than two years and they will do just that starting Thursday.

The annual event was put on pause because of the pandemic; however, it is now back with the food booth opening at 6 on Thursday. There will be no charge to enter the grounds on Thursday with the King Farmer events slated to begin at 7 p.m. and the Gymkhana takes place Friday starting at 6 with a movie night on the Kelly Stage taking place Friday night at dusk.

The parade is set for Saturday morning with the Heartland Rodeo taking place from 6 to 9 on Saturday and from 2 to 5 on Sunday. A family weekend pass is just $90 while an adult weekend pass is $25.

"We've been waiting for this and we can't wait to be back," said Ellen Arnott, president. "We have a lot of great things planned for the weekend and we know people are going to love it."

There are also children's events throughout the weekend and there will be beer gardens all four days as well. You can find out more information by checking out the Roblin Fair and Rodeo on Facebook