In 1988, the Fair was held at Spruce Point Park, Kinuso.
The Fair offered: Native Village, Crafts and Food Booths, Camping, Children's Entertainment, Mainstage and Workshop Performances.
Cost? Advance tickets (until June 15th that year) $25. At The Gate: $30.
Holly Arntzen, Artis (the Spoonman), Baby Gramps, Bill Bourne, Morgsn Davis, Roger Deegan, Doc Myles Snow, Roy Forbes, Maria Formolo, Karen Howe, Low Commotion, Pennywhistle, Tracy Riley, Diamond Joe White, The Grand Ol' Uproar, Jim Keelaghan Trio, John Malone & Jay Kachinsky, Mother Earth Theater, North Country School Band, Rault Brothers Band, Leslie Schatz, Slim Pickens Bluegrass Band, Sneezy Waters, Valdy.
"No Dogs Allowed"
A commemorative paperback booklette was created by Robert Rogers for the 10th annual; it contained newspaper articles with photographs from local Lesser Slave Lake area newspapers.