Hours of Operation: Mon - Fri 8:00am - 8:00pm




Saturday, October 1st, 2022

65 Pine Street, 

Rochester, MA 02770

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Kelly Sullivan-Morgado

Walter Morgado

Daniel Hartley

Britney Faustino

In October of 2019, the Fair became a 501c3, non-profit now known as The Rochester Country Fair, Inc.  For many years, all the money the Fair raised was managed by the Town of Rochester through a revolving fund created each year at town meeting.  Going forward, the Fair will be administering the financials.  We have officially created a Board of Directors with a few of our very dedicated volunteers.  Something you might want to remember; the Fair is run solely by volunteers who give up their time with their families for 11 months to plan and execute the Fair.  So, when you come, please take the time to thank them when you are enjoying all the events.


As always, we would appreciate your feedback, comments and ideas.  We are also always looking for additional volunteers to join our Fair Family….it really is a great time!


Fun and Games for the Kids!

The Rochester Country Fair has a great area for kids to have fun, and participate in games and activites!



The Rochester Country Fair Committee was founded in 1999 by a small group of Rochester residents: Dianne Wood, Julie Koczera, Arthur Westgate, Chris Faustino, Duffy Clapp, Pat Lafleur, Slim Bernier, and John Lafleur.  The original intent of the committee was to coordinate a Millennium Celebration, a celebration to welcome a new millennium and to reflect upon the one which we had just left.

Originally held at Plumb Corner, The Rochester Country Fair has become a successful Town event over the years thanks to the help of many hard working, dedicated individuals who donate their time, enthusiasm and community spirit. The Rochester Country Fair is funded solely by fundraising events and donations received from its supportive residents and local businesses.  

The RCF Committee also awards annually two Higher Education Awards to one Rochester resident senior from both Old Rochester Regional High School and Old Colony Regional Technical Vocational High School who would be attending College in the fall.

2022 Scholarship Recipients: 

Old Rochester Regional High School: David Ditata 

Old Colony Vocational Regional Vocational Technical High School: Trent Crook

Mark Your Calendars for Our

Rochester Country Fair!

Saturday, October 1st, 2022

Have an idea? 

Email us now as we are already preparing for our next Fair!

Rochester Country Fair Photo  Gallery



   Antique Tractor Pulls:  4500 5pm, 5500 5 mph, 6500 5 mph and 8500 mph.  Sign up at 8am, pulls begin at 9:00am

   Mass Mini's:  4:00pm - 8:00pm

   Mad Science:  Childrens event, Marvels of Motion 2:00 - 3:00pm and Fire & Ice 3:00 - 4:00pm

   Toe Jam Puppet Band:  Childrens event, 6:00pm - 6:45pm

   Woodsmen's Show:  Check-in at 10:30, show begins at noon

   Children's corner:  corn box, static play area

   Food: Captain Bonney's will be at the Rochester Country Fair food both

   Craft Vendors will be on site selling their goods 

    More to follow as time draws near


Without our sponsors, the Fair wouldn't be able to continue.  We sincerely appreciate all your support!

Barnes Tree Service, Inc., BLK Forest Products, Bunny's Bouquets, Charon Associates, Inc., Collision Services of Marion, Countryside Child Care Centers, Inc., Emmet Eby, Hartley Sawmill, High Street Auto & Truck Salvage, Hiller Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram, Hiller Fuels, Inc. Improved Order of Redmen, Isabelle Construction, Kirby Paint, Knox Electric, Inc., Marion Family Chiropractic, MHT Excavations, Rochester Cultural Council, Seconds Count!, Tom Ferguson, Wareham Villate Funeral Home, Williams Trading Post