Taber is a town located in southern Alberta, in the Municipal District of Taber. Taber was established in the late 1890's by European settlers on the banks of the lower Oldman River. It is an agricultural town of 7,821 (2008 census) famous for it's corn due to the large amounts of sunshine the town and area receive. It has taken on the title of Corn Capital of Canada, and has an annual Cornfest held in the last week of August!
Cornfest is an annual summer festival held in late August, and it includes a midway (rides, booths, and tests of skill) and a stage with performers. There are also corn-based activities, such as corn tasting and stuffing. Large-scale, local corn producers enter their best varieties in the 'Best Corn of the Year' award.
Corn stuffing involves two people, one wearing an over-sized coverall. One of the contestants attempts to stuff as much corn as possible into the other's coverall. Whichever team can put the most corn in the coveralls in the allotted time wins.
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