Kinetic Park was the place to be on Saturday as autumn kicked off in full force with the second annual Frontier Fall Fair.

The day featured a stack of events from cattle shows to bull riding to a cultural extravaganza.

Grant Sheirlinck, director for Swift Current Ag and Ex, said a highlight of the day for him was the Junior Stockman's show, which he ran.


"Watching all these kids get up real early in the morning, get their animals prepared and start showing at 9:00 o'clock in the morning," he said. "Then they were still going at suppertime, getting stalls torn down and leaving the event, so they had a long day."

Sheirlinck was also in charge of the Cattle Pen Show which he said was a huge success.

The roster filled up early on, with a continuing stream of folks wanting to sign up to participate.

"We had to turn people away 'cause we were full," he said. "So that was a highlight."


However, the day wasn't all about the cattle, as the Stockade held multiple booths for the first Culture Days event, as well as 3K's Kitchen and The Smoke Shack food trucks on site. 

The fair ended off on a high note with the Bull Buster show, followed by a cabaret.