About the Association
The Cloverdale Rodeo & Exhibition Association is the non-profit organization responsible for the year-around management of the eight facilities that host over 710 events annually, including trade shows, concerts, festivals, sporting events, 5km runs, Cloverdale Sunday Flea Market and the BC Film industry for filming location and parking.
The Association manages the World Famous Cloverdale Rodeo & Country Fair, held every year on the May long weekend at the Cloverdale Fairgrounds in Surrey, British Columbia, Canada. Attendance of +100,000 and Rodeo prize money in excess of $300,000 makes this Rodeo event Canada’s second largest.
To encourage the general development of agricultural resources in the Fraser valley of BC. To hold and conduct Agricultural Fairs, Exhibitions and other Community/Cultural Events. Produce and manage annual Cloverdale Rodeo & Country Fair event.
Date of Incorporation March 1888.
Staff and Board of Directors
Administrator-Rodeo Affairs & Sponsorship Services
The 2021 Board of Directors of the Cloverdale Rodeo and Exhibition Association:
Gerry Spielmacher – President
Kathy Sheppard – 1st VP
Rich Kitos – 2nd VP/Rodeo Chair
Janet Howell – Director
Rick Hugh – Director
Tania Smythe – Director
Michael Cook – Treasurer
Kelsey Swanson – Parks, Recreation & Culture
Doug Elford – Surrey City Council
Farhad Alizadeh – Facilities/Operations
The Cloverdale Rodeo and Exhibition Association is the non-profit organization that manages the world famous Cloverdale Rodeo & Country Fair held every year on the May long weekend at the Cloverdale Fairgrounds in Surrey, British Columbia.
The Association is also responsible for the year-round management of the eight facilities on the Cloverdale Fairgrounds that host over 1000 events annually, including trade shows, concerts, festivals, sporting events, horse and dog shows, swap meets, flea markets, night market, weddings and meetings.