It’s the one Toronto tradition involving giant vegetables, butter sculptures and farm animals and it wraps up on Sunday.

The last days of the 90th Royal Agricultural Winter Fair will feature the SuperDogs as well as Olympic-calibre riders during the National and International Show Jumping contest.

There’s also plenty to eat, with dozens of vendors offering diverse food not normally found at Exhibiton Place grounds. The Dairy Farmers of Canada will hold a cheese seminar on Saturday and Sunday, and the harvest market is open all week long.

Dozens of vendors are still on site, selling everything from yarn, and cowboy boots to beaver pelts band beeswax candles.

The Fair runs at the Ex from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday.  Admission is $18 for adults, $16 for seniors and $14 for kids ages five to 17.