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2019 FAIRBOOK


Our Theme This Year Is “Fantastic Farming”

Telephone: 807-223-6766 99 Scott Street

email: info@drydenfair.ca Box 4, Site 300, RR 3

Website: www.drydenfair.ca Dryden, ON. P8N 3G2

TABLE OF CONTENTS


General Information 7

PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE 9

OAAS DISTRICT 15 ASSOCIATES 9

Executive 10

Directors 10

Fair Objectives 10

Rules and Regulations 11

Membership, Entry Fees, Prize Money 11

General Fair Entries 11

Judging Standards 12

Livestock, Pet & Poultry Entries 13

Awards 16

Livestock 21

Beef Cattle - Commercial and Purebred 23

Dairy Cattle 24

Commercial Display of Cattle 24

Sheep 24

Goats 25

Swine - Bacon Type 25

Poultry26

Other Farm Animals 27

Crops

Grains & Forage 29

Grain & Seed 31

Forage 31

Potatoes 32

Vegetables 32

Fruit 34

Commercial Display 35

Cut Flowers 35

Potted Plants 36

Culinary Arts 39

Dairy & Domestic 41

Preserves 42

Home Baking 46

Homecraft 49

Knitted Apparel 51

Crocheted Apparel 53

Home Accessories 55

Knitted Home Accessories 55

Crocheted Home Accessories 55

Embroidered Home Accessories 55

Liquid Embroidery/Fabric Paint Home Accessories 56

Specialtv Yarn 56

Cushions 56

Rugs 57

Quilting 58

Hand Quilting 60

Machine Quilting 60

Combination Quilting 61

Applique Quilted, Hand and/or Machine 61

Longarm Quilting 62

2nd Party Quilted, Hand and/or Machine 62

Quilt Tops 63

Quilted Art / Crafts 64

Sewing 67

Class 45 - Sewing Any Fabric 68

Sewing & Needlework Specials 68

Handcraft 69

Miscellaneous Handcraft 70

Drawing 70

Painting, (Oil/Acrylic 71

Painting, Water Colours 72

Scrapbooking 72

Nature Craft 73

Containers 73

Wood 73

Ethnic 74

Native Craft 74

Recycled 74

Special Occasion Decorations 75

Toys 75

Charity Class 76

New or Innovative Craft 76

Photography 78

Colour Photography 78

Black And White Photography 78

Digitally Enhanced Photography 80

Senior Citizens 80

Special People With Ability - Over 16 81

4-H Classes 84

4-H Educational Feature - Commercial Exhibit Display 84

4-H Individual Member, Ages 9 - 14 Years 85

4-H Individual Member, Ages 15 - 21 85

Residents of nursing home/special needs group 89

Junior Fair 90

JUNIOR GARDEN COMPETITION 92

Crafts 5 Years & Under 95

Primary Garden Competition 95

Primary Crafts 6 & 7 Years 97

Primary Sewing - 6 & 7 Years 98

Primary Baking - 6 & 7 Years 98

Junior Garden Competition, 8 & 9 Years 100

Junior Crafts 8 & 9 Years 101

Junior Sewing - 8 & 9 Years 102

Junior Baking - 8 & 9 Years 102

Youth Garden Competition, 10 to 12 Years 104

Youth Crafts 10 to 12 Years 105

Youth Sewing - 10 to 12 Years 105

Youth Baking - 10 - 12 Years 106

Teen Garden Competition, 13 to 16 Years 107

Teen Crafts 13 to 16 Years 109

Teen Sewing - 13 to 16 Years 109

Teen Baking - 13 to 16 Years 110

Special Needs People (16 years & under) 111

School Entries 113

Junior Kindergarten 114

Senior Kindergarten 114

Grade 1 114

Grade 2 114

Grade 3 115

Grade 4 115

Grade 5 115

Grade 6 116

Grade 7 116

Grade 8 116

Grade 9 117

Grade 10 117

Grade 11 117

Grade 12 118

Class 2019 120

Bernardin Jam 120

Be0nardin Jelly 120

Be0nardin Jam/Jelly Award 120

Be0nardin Gift Pack Competition 120

Be0nardin SNAP Lid / Mason Jar Creative Craft Award 120

Country Fair Baking Contests 121

Robin Hood Family Favourite Recipe Baking Contest 121

Cloverbelt Local Food Coop Specials 121

Antiques 122

Farm Toy Show 122

in honour/in memory of 122

Provincial Competitions - Adult, 4-H & Junior 123

Plain Chocolate Chip Cookie Competition (Youth 123

Junior Poster Competition Up to & including Grade 4 126

Intermediate Poster Competition - Original hand made design 127

Senior Poster Competition - Original hand made design 128

Hand Quilting 129

Machine Quilted Quilt Competition 131

Horse Show 133

Children’s Horsemanship (9 years & under 136

Junior Horsemanship (10 - 12 years 136

Youth Horsemanship (13 - 16 years 136

Young Adult Horsemanship (17 to 19 137

Adult Horsemanship (20 to 39, 137

Senior Horsemanship (40 & over, 137

Horsemanship, Open (all ages) 138


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General Information &

Rules & Regulations for Exhibitors


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2019 PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE


Our theme this year is “Fantastic Farming”


This is our 112th anniversary and we have been at the current location for 20 years. Each year we strive to make improvements that will ensure you have a safe and enjoyable visit to our fair. You may not be aware of all the time spent working to host the fair and other events, and maintain our facility, is done by volunteers including the Directors and Executive. Although we can’t change everything immediately, we do consider any suggestions brought forth and keep them for future improvements. Please help us out by volunteering, support the society and if you are a student needing your volunteer hours, this is a great place to get them. We need you all year and even more during August. We were at the previous location for 92 years, so we can look forward to many more in the future. We do have another group of volunteers working on improving our grounds, landscaping, etc. Watch for the continued changes they are making, especially around the entrance.


Take time to walk through the exhibits, the barns and concession areas. Again, this year, the baking exhibits may be picked up on Friday after 8:00 p.m., so be sure to come by early to see them all. Remember the fair is for everyone and for educating us all. If you see something taking place; and have questions, please do not be afraid to ask one of our volunteers.


Walk outside and see the agricultural classes, the livestock displays, the light and heavy horses, and many other animals in the barn and Aunt Sally’s Farm. The petting zoo will be back this year. Take a break and sit down to enjoy the entertainment, mostly local and volunteer. Remember our horse show, cattle and swine auction.


Our annual volunteer appreciation night and awards banquet will take place November 2nd, 2019. You are invited, if you volunteer, sponsor, exhibit, receive an award, this is our thank you to everyone who participates in any way. Tickets will be available at Lotto One by mid-September until October 25th. Please ensure to drop by and pick up a ticket, we really need them picked up in order to get an accurate count for the caterer.


I would like to take this time to thank our volunteer board, the many other committed volunteers, and the generosity of our sponsors that make this event possible and a success each year.


Respectfully, Jim Schneider


OAAS DISTRICT 15 ASSOCIATES


Dryden and District Agriculture Society is one of six fairs in the District 15 region. Other societies include Canadian Lakehead Exhibition, Hymers, Murillo, Rainy River Valley District, and Kenora. Representatives from each fair meet annually in the fall to discuss our common fair interests and concerns. Butter Tarts, Chocolate Chip, Poster, and Quilt, 1st place winners from each fair are judged at this meeting to determine the District winners. They also meet each spring and host a judging school to ensure our judges are OAAS qualified.


We are also a member of the Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies (O.A.A.S.). In February. the OAAS. hosts its annual convention. Delegates to this meeting may take the district competition winning exhibits for provincial competition. .

District 15, Fair Dates


Fair

2019

Kenora

August 1 - 3

C. L. E.

August 7 - 11

Rainy-River Valley

August 15 - 17

Murillo

August 16 - 18

Dryden

August 22 - 24

Hymers

September 1 - 2


DRYDEN & DISTRICT AGRICULTURE SOCIETY

Executive

President ………………………………………………………………………. Jim Schneider 1st Vice ………………………………………………………………………... Riche Piche 2nd Vice ………………………………………………………………………… Barry Nielson Past President Terry DeLaronde

Secretary ………………………………………………………………………... Jenn Rollins Treasurer ……………………………………………………………………….. Marg Larsen


Directors

Paul Vogel

Mervin Brownlee

Lisa K

Sarah Nielson

Joyce Cockle

Mindy P

Hanna Schneider

Kate Pollard

Denise S

Tammy Woitowicz

Shawnda Bell

Devin DeLaronde

Cyril Ryan

Sherry S

John B





Society Objectives


The objectives of this Society shall be to encourage interest, promote improvements in and advance the standards of agriculture, domestic industry and rural life by:


  1. Researching the needs of the agricultural community and developing programs to meet those needs;

  2. Promoting the conservation of natural resources and encouraging the beautification of the agricultural community;

  3. Supporting and providing facilities to encourage activities intended to enrich rural life;

  4. Holding an agricultural fair annually, featuring competitions for which prizes may be awarded.

  5. Develop & promote educational programs & competitions for the purpose of creating youth awareness of local agricultural history, current activities and future opportunities

RULES & REGULATIONS


Membership, Entry Fees, Prize Money


  1. An annual membership of $10.00 is payable to the D.D.A.S.


  2. Any person or organization making a donation exceeding the membership fee to the

    D.D.A.S. may designate one person to exercise the privileges of membership to the society.


  3. Membership is required for adults to exhibit at the fair, unless otherwise specified in class description.


  4. With the exception of Senior Citizens (65 years & over), Junior Exhibitors (16 years & under, membership will be retained from prize money, providing the prize money exceeds the current membership fee by a minimum of $l0.00.


  5. A handling fee of $1.00 for each entry will be charged for mailed in exhibits.


  6. A late fee of $10.00 per entry will be charged for entries submitted after the deadline. PLEASE HELP OUR VOLUNTEER COORDINATORS BY HAVING REGISTRATIONS & EXHIBITS IN BY THE DEADLINE


    General Fair Entries


  7. All entries must be registered at the fair office no later than the Tuesday, August 13, 2019.

Entry forms can be submitted from the website www.drydenfair.ca ; mail: RR # 3, Ste 300, Box 4, Dryden, ON P8N 3G2 , email info@drydenfair.ca or in person. Entry forms (not entry articles) will be accepted by the Secretary in the Fairgrounds Office Monday, August 12 and Tuesday, August 13, from 12 noon to 7 p.m.


Every effort should be made to have your entry forms in by Tuesday August 13, 2019. A late fee of $10.00 may be applied to late entries.


Entry tags can usually be picked up within two hours after leaving entry form. Entry tags will NOT be mailed.


Entry tags must be closed (to cover name of exhibitor) and attached to articles prior to bringing articles to the exhibition hall. Be sure they are firmly attached to prevent loss in transportation or placement of items.


NOTE: It is not necessary to sign entry tags.


  1. Exhibit hall entries will be accepted at the fairgrounds office between 9:00 a.m. and 7:00

    p.m. Wednesday, August 22, 2019. PLEASE HELP OUR VOLUNTEER COORDINATORS BY HAVING REGISTRATIONS AND EXHIBITS IN BY THE DEADLINE


  2. Exhibit hall entries must have any distinguishing marks covered.

  3. Entries made in the wrong class/section may be moved to the appropriate one at the discretion of the Secretary. Articles will be brought to the office to have tags checked and entries changed.


  4. No judge shall exhibit in any class he/she is to judge.


  5. Exhibitors are limited to one entry per section in the exhibit hall, except in the Charity Class


  6. Exhibits must be the property (made or grown) of the exhibitor unless otherwise stated with the class rules.


  7. Any Class asking for the article/entry to be named: it will be the responsibility of the exhibitor to write the information on the entry tag.


  8. Any person interfering with the judge will forfeit any premiums to which the exhibitor might be entitled.


  9. Exhibits may be collected between 10:30 pm – 12 midnight Saturday, or 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. on Sunday. No Early Birds, please. For special arrangements please call the fair

    office 223-6766 and leave a message or email info@drydenfair.ca Baking may be picked up Friday after 8:00 p.m. unless exhibitor wishes to leave them. Perishable items not picked up by 2:00 p.m. Sunday will be disposed of by the exhibit hall co-ordinator.


  10. Any articles not claimed by the Saturday after the fair will be disposed of by the Secretary after confirming that special arrangements have not been made.


  11. The Society will as far as possible. take care of all exhibits but no responsibility is assumed in case of theft, damage or loss.


  12. A committee of no fewer than 3 Directors. including an Executive. may handle issues arising related to the fair.


  13. Written grievances must be submitted to the Secretary prior to September 13th.


  14. Infringement of the rules may result in loss of prizes and exhibitor privilege.


Judging Standards

Exhibit hall entries are judged according to the following published standards. Copies may be obtained at the addresses below.

Homecraft Judging Standard (Revised 2009) available from OAAS secretary, Kathryn Lambert: Send $5.00 to: Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies, Box 189, Glencoe, ON NOL 1M0 Judging Standards: Handbook of Field Crops, Roots & Vegetables, Fruit, Maple Syrup & Honey, revised 2013 edition available from OAAS secretary, Kathryn Lambert: Send $5.00 to: Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies, Box 189, Glencoe, ON NOL 1M0

Judging Standards for Horticulture and Floral Design. Publication #34, 2003 edition. Livestock, Pet & Poultry Entries

  1. Exhibitors may enter a maximum of two entries per section Exhibits must be the property of the exhibitor unless otherwise stated with the class rules. Entry forms must be received at the fair office by Tuesday August 13, 2019. Entries can be submitted from the website www.drydenfair.ca ; mailed to: D.D.A.S., R R # 3, Ste 300, Box 4, Dryden, ON, P8N 3G2 or emailed info@drydenfair.ca; or brought to the office between noon and 7:00 p.m. August 12/13, 2019 PLEASE HELP OUR VOLUNTEER COORDINATORS BY HAVING REGISTRATIONS AND EXHIBITS IN BY THE DEADLINE


  2. Livestock & Horseshow Coordinator’s are responsible and in charge of all activities in the barn & showring areas. Any problems or changes must be taken to them and they will assist the exhibitors.


  3. Livestock exhibits must be on the fairgrounds according to the schedule below: Cattle (including animals for commercial displays) - by 3:00 p.m. Thursday

    4-H Steers must be on the grounds, by 3:00 p.m. Thursday


    Small Animals (swine, sheep, goats, poultry) - Between 12 noon and 7:00 pm on Wednesday, August 21. Judging will take place on Thursday morning. Aunt Sally’s and barns to be closed during judging. No exhibitors/spectators allowed during the judging or for safety reasons, during the livestock shows.


    Horses - see Horseshow Rules

    All livestock should remain on the grounds until 6:00 p.m. Saturday. Removal to be done safely with guidance/permission from the Livestock/Horseshow Coordinator.


  4. All calves exhibited must be at least 2 months old.


  5. Purebred animals must be registered in the Canadian National Records. Those under one year must be eligible for registration. Exhibitors must produce proof of verified registration upon request.


  6. Bulls one year and over must have a nose ring or show humbug. Handler must be an adult.


  7. 4-H calves may be entered in the open classes provided the exhibitor has completed an entry form and submitted it to the office by the Tuesday August 13, 2019.


  8. Cows entered in the cattle classes must have produced a calf.


  9. Exhibitor is responsible for livestock care, feeding, bedding, and keeping area clean. Hay, straw, shavings provided by DDAS, all other feed/supplements supplied by the exhibitor . Livestock coordinator will ensure exhibitors keep all feed buckets closed during the judging as they are a distraction to the animals being led out to the ring.

  10. Any stall/livestock area not cleaned up by noon on Sunday the exhibitor will be charged A $50.00 stall clean up fee

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Special Awards

Special Awards


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The following list of points will be used to calculate the winner of the Edye and other awards:

Points awarded for

1st.

2nd

3rd

4th

5th

6th

Cattle

15

10

5




Sheep, Goats Swine

9

6

3




Poultry & Pet Stock

6

4

2




Horse Show

6

5

4

3

2

1

Other Adult Classes

3

2

1




Junior Gardens

5

4

3

2

1


Other Junior Classes

4

3

2

1




The Edve Memorial Award

The Edye Memorial Award donated in 1960 by Mr. & Mrs. Ken Edye, is the highest award of the fair. This traveling trophy is offered annually to the person accumulating the most points during the fair in all classes including specials. A small award accompanies this trophy.


The Stenberg Memorial Award by Hollow Log Outfitters

Awarded annually to the person accumulating the second highest number of points in all classes including specials. The winner keeps this award. Donated in memory of Eino & Jessie Stenberg,


Best Cereal Sheaf donated by Skene Lumber & Sawmill

Selected by judge from entries in the Grain and Seed Class. $25.00.

Must be a minimum of three entries to choose from


Specials donated by Mrs. Alison Dove

  1. A prize of $25.00; to the person winning the most points in the following classes: vegetables, fruit, cut flowers and the specials for these classes.


  2. A prize of $25.00; to the person winning the most points in the following classes: canning, home baking and the specials for these classes


  3. A prize of $ 25.00 to the person winning the most points in sewing and needlework.. Points to the accumulated from all handicraft classes.


Poultry Award donated by Skene Transfer

Awarded to the exhibitor winning the most points in the poultry class.

Best Bird in Show donated by Kathy Davis

Awarded for the top bird in show, as selected by the judge.


Best Pen of Poultrv Award Donated by the Hollow Log

Awarded for the best cockerel and 2 pullets entered by a young person (16 years and under). To be picked by the judge


Best Pen of 3 Bacon Hogs on the Grounds donated by Skene Transfer & Supply

Best pen of three bacon hogs on the grounds.


Junior Fair High Point donated by Mrs. Alison Dove

Awarded annually to the exhibitor accumulating the most points during the fair in all Junior Fair Classes including specials.

Perpetual trophy (which will be on display in the Multiplex Bldg. on the fairgrounds), plus twenty-five dollars.


Junior Fair Runner Up donated by Mrs. Alison Dove

Awarded annually to the exhibitor accumulating the most points during the fair in all Junior Fair Classes including specials.

Traveling trophy, plus twenty-five dollars


Junior Baking Award donated by Mrs. Alison Dove

Awarded annually to the exhibitor accumulating the most points in all Junior Baking Classes.


Junior Garden Competition Cup Donated by Canuk Amusements


Awarded to the exhibitor judged to have the best garden in the Junior Garden Competition.


Horticultural Society Garden Competition

Awarded to the exhibitor winning the highest number of points all in the following age groups for Jr. Garden Classes:


Seven Years and under

Ten to twelve years

Eight and Nine Years

Thirteen to Sixteen years


Dr. Brian Lockver Award

Awarded to the exhibitor winning the highest number of points in the following age groups in all Junior Fair Classes except Jr. Garden Classes:

Five years & under

Ten to twelve years

Six and Seven Years

Thirteen to Sixteen years

Eight and Nine Years



4-H Special Awards Donated by the Dryden 4-H Association

4-H Senior High Point (15 - 21 years)

Awarded to the exhibitor winning the highest number of points in all 4-H Classes.


4-H Junior High Point (9 - 14 years)

Awarded to the exhibitor winning the highest number of points in all 4-H Classes. Donated by the Dryden 4-H Association.


Cattle Show Awards

Beef: See Class 1 for full description of the following awards:



Reserve Champion Female donated in memory of Ken Fisher


Grand Champion Female donated by Kenora District Cattlemen


Grand Champion Bull donated in memory of Nancy Trist


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Horse Show Awards


High Point Horse and Rider donated by Select Shows. Perpetual trophy (which will be displayed in the Multiplex Bldg.s) plus

$25.00.


High Point Junior Award (10 to 12 years) donated by Moncrief Construction Ltd.


High Point Young Adult (17-19 years) donated by D.J. Woitowicz Contracting


High Point Adult (20-39 years) donated by D.J. Woitowicz Contracting


High Point Senior Award (40 years & over) donated by D.J. Woitowicz Contracting


Children’s High Point Award (9 years & under) donated by D.J. Woitowicz Contracting


High Point Pleasure Horse & Rider donated by Leon Vercruysse


Runner - Up Pleasure Horse & Rider donated by Bill Watt's Saddlery


High Point Game Horse & Rider donated by Skene Transfer


Runner Up Game Horse & Rider donated by Sharon Robinson


Best Dressed, Driven & Mannered, Single or Team of Heavy Horses donated by K & M Farms


Two Horse Hitch donated by Leon Vercruysse


Men’s Driving Competition donated by DDAS


Ladies Driving Competition donated by Rugby Lake Lodge


High Point Draft Show Nancy Trist Memorial


We would to take this opportunity to apologize to all of last

year’s winners whose names are not listed.


The winner’s list from 1918 was lost and not available for inclusion in this year’s fair book.


Livestock


Beef - Dairy Sheep - Goats Swine - Poultry Rabbits - Pet Stock Horseshow


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CLASS 1 - BEEF CATTLE - COMMERCIAL AND PUREBRED


Prizes: Sections 2 - 11 : 1st ...$25.00; 2nd .. $20.00; 3rd .. $15.00 All other sections, as specified in description


  1. Jackpot Heifer Class - sponsored by: Kenora District Cattlemen's Association; Skene Transfer; DDAS.; Andre Tardiff Agency.

    Entry fee $25.00. Open to all yearling heifers purebred and commercial (4 - H heifers welcome). The Jackpot will be $650.00 plus $20.00 from each entry

    Prizes: 1st .. 50% of Pot, 2nd .. 30% of Pot, 3rd .. 20% of Pot


  2. Female born this year. Prizes: 1st.. $45; 2nd ..$32; 3rd ..$23 sponsored by KDCA

  3. Female born April 1 to December 31, in previous year (yearling)

  4. Female born January 1 to March 31, in previous year (yearling)

  5. Female, 2 years old, natural calf at foot

  6. Female, 3 years old & greater, natural calf at foot

  7. Herd section - 3 animals -; either sex may be represented Prizes: 1st $50; 2nd $35; 3rd $23 sponsored by KDCA. This section may be judged in the pen at the discretion of the exhibitor.

  8. Bull born this year, minimum 3 months of age

  9. Bull born in previous year (yearling)

  10. Bull, 2 years old & greater

  11. Steer under 1 year

  12. Market Steer Open Class

  13. Pen of 3 steers

  14. SHOWMANSHIP- open to any exhibitor showing in the open classes. Certificate donated by Egli’s Sheep Farm and Animal Park. Does not require separate entry


SPECIAL RESERVE CHAMPION FEMALE - runner-up winner of 1st place animals from sections 1-6. Prize: Ribbon and $50.00 donated in memory of Ken Fisher. Does not require separate entry


SPECIAL GRAND CHAMPION FEMALE - overall winner of 1st place animals from sections 1-6. Prize: Ribbon and $100.00 donated by Kenora District Cattlemen's Association. Does not require separate entry


SPECIAL SHOWMANSHIP, Children’s: open to boys & girls 12 years and under. Calves under one year, either dairy/beef. Preparation and handling judged. 4-H members and 4-H calves are not eligible. Prizes: 1st .. $6.00; 2nd .. $5.00; 3rd .. $3.00; all others.. $1.00 donated by Skene Lumber & Sawmill (Prize money will be handed out at showtime.) Does not require separate entry


SPECIAL HERDSMAN AWARD - awarded Saturday to an outstanding individual who is friendly and courteous with fellow showman as well as the general public and demonstrates outstanding care and concern for his/her animal(s). A general, all-around good sportsman. A ballot box will be placed in the barn and all participants in the open beef show are eligible to vote and/or win. Prize:

$25.00 donated by Steven’s Funeral Home Moffat Chapel. Does not require separate entry

CLASS 3 - DAIRY CATTLE


Note: If there are 3 or more animals of one breed in any section they may be judged as a separate class.


Prizes: Sections 1 - 6 : 1st .. $25.00; 2nd .. $20.00; 3rd .. $15.00 All other sections, as specified in description


  1. Female, under 1 year

  2. Female, 1 year

  3. Female, 2 years

  4. Female, 3 years or older

  5. Dairy Herd - group of 4 animals shown in previous sections

  6. Bull calf, under 1 year


CLASS 5- COMMERCIAL DISPLAY OF CATTLE


Note: Beef or Dairy Cattle Eligible


Prizes: Donated by Andre Tardiff Agency Ltd. 1st .. $50; 2nd .. $30; 3rd .. $20


  1. BEST COMMERCIAL DISPLAY OF CATTLE (Cattle must be on the grounds by 3:00 p.m.. Thursday - Exhibitor/representative to be in attendance during judging. Judge may come by anytime after the end of the open cattle show until 6:00 p.m.

    Judge shall consider the following.

    1. Cleanliness of animal and display area.

    2. Exhibitor's ability and effort in livestock care and display.

    3. Display signs and advertising expected.


CLASS 6- SHEEP


Prizes: 1st .. $12.00; 2nd .. $10.00; 3rd .. $8.00 unless specifically stated in description


  1. Ram, purebred, yearling or over

  2. Ram, purebred/grade, lamb

  3. Pair Ewes

  4. Pair Ewe Shearlings

  5. Pair Ewe Lambs

  6. Pair Weather Lambs

  7. Ram. grade, yearling or over

  8. BEST COMMERCIAL DISPLAY OF SHEEP - 2 Ewes over one year, 1 Ram over one year and 2 Lambs under one year.


Prizes: 1st .. $15.00; 2nd .. $12.00; 3rd .. $10.00

CLASS 8 - GOATS


Prizes: 1st .. $12.00; 2nd .. $10.00; 3rd .. $8.00 unless specifically stated in description


  1. Dairy Goat. male 1 year & over

  2. Dairy Goat, female in milk. 2 years & over

  3. Dairy Goat, male, kid under 1 year

  4. Dairy Goat. female, 1 year & under 2 year

  5. Dairy Goat. female kid under 1 year

  6. Meat Goat, male 1 year & over

  7. Meat Goat, female, 2 years & over with kid

  8. Meat Goat, female, 1 year & under 2 years

  9. Meat Goat, kid under 1 year

  10. Miniature Goat. male 1 year & over

  11. Miniature Goat, female in milk. 2 years & over. .

  12. Miniature Goat. male. kid under 1 year

  13. Miniature Goat, female, 1 year & under 2 year. . .

  14. Miniature Goat. female kid under 1 year

  15. BEST COMMERCIAL DISPLAY OF GOATS - 2 goats 2 years and over: 1 female 1 vear: 1 female under 1 year and 1 male under 1 year.


Prizes: 1st .. $15.00; 2nd .. $12.00; 3rd .. $10.00


CLASS 10 - SWINE - BACON TYPE


Note: Purebred or Grade

To be judged Friday, in the pens


Prizes: 1st .. $12.00; 2nd .. $10.00; 3rd .. $8.00; unless specifically stated in description


  1. Boar, 6 months & over

  2. Sow, one year & over

  3. Sow, under one year

103. Sow & litter Prizes: 1st.. $25.00; 2nd .. $20.00; 3rd .. $15.00.

  1. Hogs, pair, 3 months & over

  2. Hogs, pair, under 3 months

  3. THE BEST PEN OF 3 BACON (MARKET) HOGS ON THE GROUNDS, 6 months and over. Prize: Donated by Skene Transfer & Supply Eligible for auction at the option of the exhibitor.

  4. COMMERCIAL DISPLAY OF HOGS - Minimum of 3 hogs. Planning to use animals entered in above sections, please let the livestock coordinator know so pens can be placed together. Display signs & advertising expected.


Prizes: 1st .. $25.00; 2nd .. $20.00; 3rd .$15.00.

CLASS 12- POULTRY


Note: Pair means male and female

Spring Chickens means less than 6 months old Separate birds for each entry, name breed on tags Unless breed specific birds, do not have to be purebred Two entries allowed per section.

Entries must be the property of the exhibitor

Prizes: 1st .. $5.00; 2nd .. $3.00; 3rd .. $2.00; unless specifically stated in description


  1. Bantams, clean leg, pair

  2. Bantams, feathered leg, pair

  3. Bantams, crested

  4. Bantams, clean leg, Spring, pair

  5. Bantams, feathered leg, Spring, pair

  6. Bantams, crested, Spring, pair

  7. Silkies, crested, pair

  8. Silkies, crested, Spring, pair

  9. Chickens, pair, any light breed (not otherwise listed)

  10. Chickens, Spring, pair, any light breed (not otherwise listed)

  11. Chickens, leghorn, white, 2

  12. Chickens, leghorn, any other colour, 2

  13. Pullets, leghorn, white, 2

  14. Pullets, leghorn, any other colour, 2

  15. Pullets, any light breed (not otherwise listed), 2

  16. Chickens, pair, Barred Rocks, spring

  17. Rhode Island Red, Spring, pair

  18. Rhode Island Red, pair

  19. Cochins, pair

  20. Cornish Meat Bird, pair, spring

  21. Cornish Meat Bird, roosters, 2

  22. Cornish Meat Bird, pullets, 2

  23. Chickens, pair, heavy breed, over 1 year, not otherwise listed

  24. Chickens, Spring, pair, heavy breed, not otherwise listed

  25. Pullets, 2, any heavy breed

  26. Roosters, 2, Spring, heavy breed

  27. Ducks, pair, Rouen, over 1 year

  28. Ducks, pair, Pekin, over 1 year

  29. Ducks, pair, Muscovy, over 1 year

  30. Ducks, pair, over 1 year, not otherwise listed

  31. Ducks, pair, call ducks

  32. Ducklings, pair, Rouen

  33. Ducklings, pair, Pekin

  34. Ducklings pair, Muscovy

  35. Ducklings, pair, not otherwise listed

  36. Geese, pair, Embden, over 1 year

  37. Geese, pair, African, over 1 year


157.

Geese, pair, over 1 year, not otherwise listed


158.

Goslings, pair, Embden

159.

Goslings, pair, African

160.

Goslings, pair, not otherwise listed.

161.

Guinea fowl, pearl, pair

162.

Guinea fowl, any other colour, pair

163.

Guinea fowl, pearl pair, Spring

164.

Guinea fowl, any other colour, pair, Spring

165.

Quail, pair

166.

Pheasants, pair, Ringnecked

167.

Pheasants, pair, not otherwise listed

168.

Pigeons, pair

169.

Turkeys, meat, pair

170.

Turkeys, other than meat, pair

171.

Turkeys, meat, pair, Spring

172.

Turkeys, other than meat, pair, Spring

173.

Turkeys, not otherwise listed

174.

Peafowl, pair

175.

Peacock, 1

176.

Fancy Chicken (not otherwise listed), 1

177.

Fancy Ornamental Fowl, (not otherwise listed), 1

178.

Unique Breed (ex. Ostrich/Emu) 1

179.

BEST PEN OF POULTRY, Cockerel & 2 pullets. Children 16 & under. Prize: $25.00

donated by


Hollow Log Outfitters.


180.

HEN WITH CHICKS, any breed. Prize $25.00 donated by B Taylor Home Hardware


SPECIAL TOP BIRD IN SHOW, selected by judge from birds entered in all sections Prize: $ 25.00 donated by Kathy Davis. Does not require separate entry


CLASS 14 - OTHER FARM ANIMALS


Note: Pair means male & female

Prizes: 1st ..$5.00; 2nd .. $3.00; 3rd .. $2.00


  1. Rabbits, pair (meat type)

  2. Rabbits, pair (dwarf type)

  3. Rabbits, pair (n.o.l.)

  4. Rabbits, pair, under 4 months (meat type)

  5. Rabbits, pair, under 4 months (dwarf type)

  6. Rabbits, pair, under 4 months (n.o.l.)

  7. Rabbits, Pen of 3 , ready for market

  8. Rabbit, 1, any type

  9. Rabbit, Doe with litter, any type

  10. Guinea Pigs, pair

  11. Donkey/Mule

  12. Llama/Alpaca

  13. Mini Horse

  14. Farm animal (n.o.l.) The judge may divide this class into various sections as required.


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Crops Grains & Forage


Horticulture Potatoes

Vegetables & Fruits Flowers & Plants


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CLASS 16- GRAIN & SEED

Scoring of seed sample: Freedom from damage 30%; Freedom from impurities 30%; Size and weight 15%; Uniformity 15%; Maturity and plumpness 10%

Scoring of Sheaves: General Appearance 20%; Quality 40%; Manufacture 40%(Head 15%; Body 15%; Decoration 10%)

Prizes: Sections 1-6, 1st .. $6.00; 2nd .. $5.00; 3rd . .$4.00

Sections 7-11, 1st . . $10.00; 2nd .. $8.00; 3rd .. $6.00 ; unless specifically stated in description

  1. Half Bushel White Oats

  2. Half Bushel Spring Wheat

  3. Half Bushel Barley

  4. Half Bushel Red Clover Seed

  5. Half Bushel Birdsfoot Trefoil Seed

  6. Half Bushel Timothy Seed

  7. Sheaf of Wheat

  8. Sheaf of Oats

  9. Sheaf of Barley

  10. Sheaf of Buckwheat

  11. Sheaf, N.O.L.

SPECIAL BEST CEREAL SHEAF, selected by judge - Prize: $25.00 donated by Skene Lumber & Sawmill. Must be a minimum of three entries to choose from. Does not require separate entry


CLASS 18- FORAGE

Note: Sheaves must be 4" in diameter at center of binder.

Grains and seeds harvested in immediate past or present year. Clover & grasses cured for fodder.

Sheaves & bales are to be from the present year.

Grains on the straw & grass should be stripped of the loose blades, neatly tied with heads even & butts cut off square.

Haylage to be displayed in clear plastic bags.

Scoring of Hay: Maturity 40%; Colour, Odour & Disease 20%; Leaf to stem ration 20%; Legume-grass Balance 15%; Purity 5%

Scoring of Haylage: Maturity 30%; Colour, Odour & Disease 35%; Moisture & Condition 15%; Legume-grass Balance 10%; Purity 10%

Prizes: Sections 1-6 1st.. $10.00: 2nd .. $8.00; 3rd .. $6.00

Sections 7-13: 1st .. $6.00 2nd .. $5.00; 3rd .. $4.00; unless specifically stated in description


  1. Sheaf of Birdsfoot Trefoil

  2. Sheaf of Red Clover

  3. Sheaf of Alsike

  4. Sheaf of Timothy

  5. Sheaf of Alfalfa

  6. Sheaf, forage, not otherwise listed

  7. Bale of Timothy Hay

  8. Bale of Legume Hay

  9. Bale of Mixed Hay

  10. Bale of second cut hay

  11. Haylage. grass, half bushel

  12. Haylage, legume, half bushel

  13. Haylage. mixed, half bushel

  14. Silage. half bushel. not otherwise listed


CLASS 19- POTATOES


Note: To be displayed in a 4 litre or one gallon ice cream pail

For display, choose samples that are uniform, smooth and free from blight. Size is not the most essential feature.


Prizes: 1st .. $8.00; 2nd .. $6.00; 3rd .. $4.00, unless specifically stated in description


  1. Any white variety, table

  2. Any red variety, table

  3. Any yellow variety, table

  4. Any variety other than red, white, or yellow, table

  5. Any white variety, seed

  6. Any red variety, seed

  7. Any yellow variety, seed

  8. Any variety other than red, white, or yellow, seed

SPECIAL BEST PAIL OF TABLE POTATOES. Selected by judge Prize: $12.00 donated by B Taylor Home Hardware.


SPECIAL BEST PAIL OF SEED POTATOES. Selected by judge .Prize: $12.00 donated by B Taylor Home Hardware. Does not require separate entry


CLASS 21 - VEGETABLES


Note: Display vegetables or fruit, on plain white paper plates. Single, larger vegetables do not require plate, ensure tags are securely fastened.


Prizes: 1st .. $4.00; 2nd .. $3.00; 3rd .. $2.00 ; unless specifically stated in description


  1. Beans. Broad Windsor, 5 pods, (1/2" stem on)

  2. Beans Green. 5 pods. (1/2" stem on)

  3. Beans. Wax. 5 pods. (1/2 stem on)

  4. Beans, Scarlet Runner 5 pods (1/2" stem on)

  5. Beans, Purple, 5 pods (1/2" stem on)

  6. Beans, Not otherwise listed, 5 pods (1/2" stem on)

  7. Beets, Long Black, 3 (tops removed 1/2" from the crown)

  8. Beets, Round Turnip, 3 (tops removed 1/2" from the crown)

  9. Beets. not otherwise listed. 3 (tops removed 1/2" from the crown)

  10. Broccoli, green, 1 head

  11. Broccoli, n.o.l., 1 head

  12. Brussel Sprouts, 5 (no stocks)

  13. Cabbage, Red. 1

  14. Cabbage. Savoy. 1

  15. Cabbage. White Early. 1

  16. Cabbage. White Late. 1

  17. Cabbage. Chinese, 1

  18. Carrots, short, under 4" (1/2" stem on), 4

  19. Carrots, intermediate, over 4" to 7" (1/2" stem on), 4

  20. Carrots, long, over 7" (1/2" stem on), 4

  21. Cauliflower, white (4 to 6 leaves around) 1

  22. Cauliflower, n.o.l. (4 to 6 leaves around) 1

  23. Celery, 1 head

  24. Cucumber for pickling, (2" - 4 " long, ½ " stem on) 3

  25. Cucumber for slicing, (6" - 8" long, ½" stem on) 2

  26. Cucumbers for slicing, (over 8" long) 2

  27. Corn, table, (1/3 husk removed, tip to butt) 3 ears

  28. Egg Plant, 1 (½" stem on)

  29. Kohlrabi, Green, (roots removed just below ball, center leaves on) 2

  30. Kohlrabi, Purple, (roots removed just below ball, center leaves on) 2

  31. Leeks. (roots trimmed) 3

  32. Marrow, Vegetable, 1

  33. Melon, Musk, 1

  34. Melon, Water, 1

  35. Onions. yellow, Spanish, (not peeled. ½" tops on) 3

  36. Onions, white. Spanish, (not peeled, ½" tops on) 3

  37. Onions, yellow, Dutch. (not peeled, ½ " tops on) 3

  38. Onions, not otherwise listed, (not peeled, ½" tops on) 3

  39. Onions, multipliers, (½" tops. roots removed at base) 3 bunches

  40. Onions, pickling, white only, (1/4" tops) 5

  41. Parsnips. (tops removed ½" from the crown) 2

  42. Peas, Garden. 5 pods

  43. Peas, Sugar Snap, 5

  44. Pepper, Bell, Green, 2

  45. Pepper, Bell, Red, 2

  46. Pepper, Bell, Yellow, 2

  47. Pepper, Banana, Hot/Sweet, 2

  48. Pepper, Jalapeno, Green, 3

  49. Pepper, Jalapeno, Red, 3

  50. Pepper, Yellow, not bell/banana, 3

  51. Pepper, Chili, 3

  52. Pepper. not otherwise listed. 3

  53. Potatoes. Netted variety. 3

  54. Potatoes, White variety. 3

  55. Potatoes, Red variety, 3

  56. Potatoes, Yellow variety, 3

  57. Potatoes, not otherwise listed, 3

  58. Pumpkin Field, 1

  59. Pumpkin, Jack-O-Lantern, over 12 pounds, 1

  60. Pumpkin, Pie, 1

  61. Radishes,. any variety, 5

  62. Rhubarb, (stalk intact, 1 8"- 20" long, leaf blade trimmed to 1" for shape, loose tissue trimmed from base) 3 stalks

  63. Sunflower, Head, 1

  64. Squash, winter, 1 only

  65. Squash, summer, 1 only

  66. Squash, spaghetti, 1 only

  67. Tomatoes, Green, (stems on but clipped) 3

  68. Tomatoes, Ripe, (stems on but clipped) 3

  69. Tomatoes, Roma, Green (stems on but clipped) 3

  70. Tomatoes, Roma, Ripe (stems on but clipped) 3

  71. Tomatoes. Tiny Tim or Cherry, green, (stems on but clipped) 5

  72. Tomatoes, Tiny Tim or Cherry, ripe, (stems on but clipped) 5

  73. Tomatoes, not otherwise listed, (stems on but clipped) 3

  74. Turnips, table, Swede, 1

  75. Turnips, summer, 1

  76. Zucchini, Yellow, under 12" long, (1" - 2" stem) 2

  77. Zucchini, Green, under 12" long, (1" - 2" stem) 2

  78. Zucchini, Yellow, over 12", up to 20" long, 1 only

  79. Zucchini, Green, over 12", up to 20" long, 1 only

  80. Zucchini, Yellow, over 20", 1 only

  81. Zucchini, Green, over 20", 1 only

  82. Vegetable, N.O.L. named, 2

  83. COLLECTION OF VEGETABLES - at least five different kinds, arranged in display, amounts of each as specified above, vegetables to be listed. Displayed in basket or suitable container, approximately ½ bushel size . Prizes: 1st ..$20.00; 2nd .. $15.00; 3rd .. $12.00.

  84. COLLECTION OF FRESH PICKED HERBS - at least 5 different kinds, arranged in display. Herbs to be listed. Prizes: 1st .. $12.00; 2nd .. $5.00; 3rd .. $3.00

  85. COLLECTION OF ORNAMENTAL GOURDS - at least 5 different kinds Prize: 1st .. $12.00: 2nd .. $5.00; 3rd .. $3.00


CLASS 23 - FRUIT


Prizes: 1st .. $4.00; 2nd .. $3.00; 3rd .. $2.00; unless specifically stated in description


  1. Apples, Crab, green, (long, skinny stem, convex blossom end) 3

  2. Apples, Crab, red, (long, skinny stem. convex blossomed end) 3

  3. Apples, green, (thick, short stem, concave blossomed end) 3

  4. Apples, red variety, (thick, short stem. concave blossom end) 3

  5. Apples, yellow variety, (thick, short stem. concave blossom end) 3

  6. Currants, Black, in a paper bowl or on a plate, approx. 1/2/ cup

  7. Currants, Red, in a paper bowl or on a plate, approx. 1/2/ cup

  8. Gooseberries, in a paper bowl or on a plate, approx. 1/2/ cup

  9. Plums, Sour variety, 3

  10. Plums, Sweet variety, 3

  11. Strawberries, Everbearing, (calyx attached. 1/2" stem) 1/2/ cup

  12. Raspberries, red, in a paper bowl or on a plate, approx. 1/2/ cup

  13. Raspberries, golden, in a paper bowl or on a plate, approx. 1/2/ cup

  14. Fruit, N.O.L. named on tag (½ cup of smaller fruit or 3 larger on a plate


CLASS 24- COMMERCIAL DISPLAY


Note: Exhibits may include farm products, models, posters, pictures, etc.

Exhibitor is responsible for all props

Quality, originality, balance, clarity and advertising ability will be considered in judging.

Clubs, producer groups and individuals may enter in this class, to Advertise Your Products - to acquaint the consumer with the quality. and variety of saleable goods produced in the Dryden area. Producers are invited to advertise through an attractive original exhibit or display.


Scoring: General Appearance 20%; Power to Attract and Hold Attention 25%; Message 40%; Quality of Materials 15%.


Prizes: 1st .. $25.00; 2nd .. $20.00; 3rd .. $15.00


540. Horticulture and Field Crops - e.g. potatoes, vegetables, flowers, grains, seeds, forage, etc.


541. Poultry, rabbit, pet stock and products derived from cattle, sheep, goats, swine


CLASS 25 - CUT FLOWERS


Note: All exhibits in this competition must be grown by the exhibitor, unless otherwise stated.

Flower and plants collections to be arranged at home by the exhibitor. Arrangement and quality of the bloom to be considered.

All cut flowers to be displayed in plain, clear glass containers, to allow judge to verify number of stems, with weights (ie. small stones)

No artificial flowers, unless otherwise stated in the description

Blooms: to have flowers; Foliage: the leaves of a plant; Stems: Main part of a plant; Spike: long pointed cluster of flowers

Prizes: 1st .. $4.00; 2nd .. $3.00; 3rd .. $2.00 (unless otherwise stated)


  1. Asters, 3 stems

  2. Bachelor Buttons, 3 blooms, stems & foliage

  3. Calendula, 3 blooms, stems & foliage

  4. Carnations, 3 stems, foliage, flowers and buds

  5. Cosmos, 3 stalks or stems. 1 or more flowers & buds

  6. Dahlias, Ball or Pom Pom, 3 blooms, stems & foliage, no buds

  7. Dahlias, decorative, 3 blooms, stems & foliage, no buds

  8. Dahlias, Cacti, 1

  9. Dahlias, Dinner Plate, 1

  10. Dahlias, not otherwise listed, 3 blooms of one variety, stems & foliage

  11. Dianthus, 3 sprays, stems & foliage

  12. Gladiolus, small florets, 1 spike (1/3 stem, 1/3 bloom, 1/3buds)

  13. Gladiolus. large florets, 1 spike (1/3 stem, 1/3bloom. 1/3buds)

  14. Hosta leaves, 3 stems

  15. Hydrangea, peegee, 1

  16. Hydrangea, Annabelle, 1 head

  17. Johnny Jumpups, 3 stems, foliage & buds

  18. Lavatera, 1 spray, foliage, flowers & buds

  19. Lilies, 1 stem, foliage, flowers & buds

  20. Marigolds, 2" and under, 3 blooms, foliage

  21. Marigolds, over 2", 3 blooms, foliage

  22. Marigolds, single. 3 blooms with foliage

  23. Nasturtium, 3 blooms & foliage

  24. Pansies. 3 blooms, stems & foliage

  25. Petunias, Double. 3 sprays. buds allowed

  26. Petunias, Single. 3 sprays. buds allowed

  27. Phlox, Annual. 3 sprays

  28. Phlox, Perennial, 3 stems & foliage

  29. Roses, floribunda, 1 spray

  30. Roses, hybrid tea, 1 bloom, stem & foliage

  31. Rose, 1 in a bowl, foliage allowed

  32. Rudbeckia, 3 stems & foliage

  33. Snapdragons. 3 stems

  34. Sweet peas. 3 stalks or stems, foliage, flowers & buds allowed

  35. Zinnias. Pom Pom. 3 blooms. stem & foliage

  36. Zinnias. N.O.L., 3 blooms, stem & foliage

  37. Not otherwise listed (name on tag)

  38. COLLECTION OF CUT FLOWERS, not more than 6 varieties, each variety in a separate container, marked as a group. PRIZES: 1st .. $6.00; 2nd .. $4.00; 3rd .. $2.00

  39. ARRANGEMENT FOR DINING ROOM TABLE, under 12" high, flowers must be grown by the exhibitor. PRIZES:1st .. $6.00; 2nd .. $4.00; 3rd .. $2.00 donated by the D & D Horticultural Society

  40. CORSAGE: any flowers, grown by the exhibitor or otherwise. Corsage must have a pin. Prizes: 1st ..

    $6.00; 2nd .. $4.00; 3rd .. $2.00 donated by Northern Lights Credit Union.

  41. DAINTY ARRANGEMENT SUITABLE FOR A NEW BABY. Prizes: 1st .. $6.00; 2nd .. $4.00; 3rd ..

    $2.00

  42. WILD FLOWER ARRANGEMENT, in a natural container. Prizes: 1st.. $6.00; 2nd .. $4.00; 3rd .. $2.00


CLASS 26 - POTTED PLANTS


Note: All exhibits in this competition must be grown by the exhibitor, unless otherwise stated. Flower and plant collections to be arranged at home by the exhibitor, unless otherwise stated in the description. Plants must be clean and free of disease / pests.

Plants must be in bloom with the exception of ferns, coleus, cacti and hanging plants Plants must be one plant per pot.

Collections must be displayed in a box, container or tray that holds all samples in the entry. No artificial flowers, fruits or vegetables unless otherwise specified.

Prizes: 1st .. $4.00; 2nd .. $3.00; 3rd .. $2.00, unless otherwise stated in description.


650. African Violet, single, one crown only 651. African Violet, double, one crown only

652. African Violet, semi-double, one crown only 653. Begonia, fibrous


654.

Begonia, tuberous, outdoor variety, one plant per pot


655.

Cactus, Christmas


656.

Cactus, Prickly


657.

Chrysanthemum


658.

Coleus


659.

Fern, Boston


660.

Fern, Asparagus


661.

Fern, not otherwise listed, named on entry tag


662.

Fuschia, single


663.

Fuschia, double


664.

Geranium, single / semi-double


665.

Geranium, double


666.

Geranium, ivy


667.

Gloxinia


668.

Impatiens, single


669.

Impatiens, double


670.

Ivy, any type, named on entry tag


671.

Morning Glory


672.

Orchid, in bloom


673.

Oxalis (Shamrock)


674.

Prayer Plant


675.

Hanging Plant, not otherwise listed, named on entry tag


676.

Best decorative plant, not blooming, Not Otherwise Listed, named on tag


677.

Best decorative plant, in bloom, Not Otherwise Listed, named on tag


678.

Dish Garden, maximum 12 inches in diameter, live, started at least 2 weeks prior


679.

House plant, not otherwise listed, named on entry tag


680.

Collection of African Violets, must be in bloom, 4 plants only. Mark pots for group identity.

$6.00; 2nd .. $4.00; 3rd .. $2.00

Prizes: 1st ..


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Culinary Arts


Dairy & Domestic Home Spirits Preserves

Baking



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Class 28 - Dairy & Domestic

Note: Refrigerated showcase provided for exhibits in this class.

Butter Score: Flavour..45%; Salt..10%; Texture..25%; Package..5%; Colour..15% Prizes: 1st.. $5.00; 2nd.. $4.00; 3rd.. $3.00, unless otherwise stated in description


700. Butter, (dairy) ½ lb. Container 701. Buttter, , ½lb fancy, ½ lb plain

702. Yogurt, plain, minimum 125 ml container 703. Goat Cheese, minimum 125 ml container 704. Cottage Cheese, minimum 125 ml container 705. Spring Chicken, dressed for market, 1

706. Head Cheese, approx ½ lb. Unmoulded 707. Fresh sausage (homemade), 4 on a plate 708. Smoked sausage (homemade) 4 on a plate 709. Eggs, white, grade A large - 1 dozen

710. Eggs, white, grade A, extra large - 1 dozen 711. Eggs, brown, grade A large - 1 dozen

712. Eggs, brown, grade A, extra large - 1 dozen 713. Eggs, not otherwise listed - 1 dozen

714. Fish, smoked, 1 fillet

715. Honey, liquid clear, 1 cup approx. 716. Honey, in comb, approx. 4" square

717. Soap, homemade, two varieties - toilet and laundry 718. Perogies, cheese, 4 (cooked)


CLASS 29 - HOME SPIRITS

Note: Wines in this class must be made by natural vilification process.

Powders and concentrates are not allowed as the wine must be made from raw fruit.

Additives other than those required for fermentation or sweetening during the vinification process are not allowed.

Label on bottle must state what is in the bottle (ex. name grape variety/fruit type) year made(ex. 2009)

Entry is one bottle

Prizes: 1st . . $5.00; 2nd .. $4.00; 3rd .. $3.00


730. Grape Wine, red, name grape variety on label 731. Grape Wine, white, name grape variety on label 732. Cultivated berry wine, name berry type on label 733. Wild berry wine, name berry type on label

734. Cultivated fruit wine, named, on label

735. Cultivated herb or root wine, named, on label

736. Beer, kit permitted, named, on label

737. Liqueur, kits permitted, named, on label

738. Wine made from a kit, red, named, on label 739. Wine made from a kit, white, named, on label 740. Wine made from a kit, fruit, named, on label

CLASS 30- PRESERVES


Note: Entries must be between a minimum size of 110 m1 to a maximum size of one quart (1 litre) jar and sealed.

Recycled jars acceptable No artificial coloring.

No mixes (ex. Bernardin brines) unless specifically stated in section description No waxes on jams, jellies, etc.

Label on jar must state what is in the jar (ex. Raspberry Jam) year preserved (ex. 2009) For sections using more than one fruit, etc. they must be named (ex. two fruit jam, saskatoon & gooseberry)

All jars to be opened by the judge.


Scoring: General Appearance 25%; Texture 25%; Flavour 50% Prizes:: 1st . . $5.00; 2nd .. $4.00; 3rd .. $3.00

760. Apricots, canned, sugar or natural sweetener 761. Apricots, canned, no sugar or artificial sweetener 762. Apricots, canned, artificial sweetener

763. Blueberries, canned, sugar or natural sweetener 764. Blueberries, canned, no sugar or artificial sweetener 765. Blueberries, canned, artificial sweetener

766. Blue Plums, canned, sugar or natural sweetener 767. Blue Plums, canned, no sugar or artificial sweetener 768. Blue Plums, canned, artificial sweetener

769. Cherries. sour, canned, sugar or natural sweetener 770. Cherries, sour, canned, no sugar or artificial sweetener 771. Cherries, sour, canned, artificial sweetener

772. Cherries, sweet, canned, sugar or natural sweetener 773. Cherries, sweet, canned, no sugar or artificial sweetener 774. Cherries, sweet, canned, artificial sweetener

775. Cherries, Nanking, canned, sugar or natural sweetener 776. Cherries, Nanking, canned, no sugar or artificial sweetener 777. Cherries, Nanking, canned, artificial sweetener

778. Crabapples, canned, sugar or natural sweetener 779. Crabapples, canned, no sugar or artificial sweetener 780. Crabapples, canned, artificial sweetener

781. Peaches, canned, sugar or natural sweetener 782. Peaches, canned, no sugar or artificial sweetener 783. Peaches, canned, artificial sweetener

784. Pears, canned, sugar or natural sweetener 785. Pears, canned, no sugar or artificial sweetener 786. Pears, canned, artificial sweetener

787. Raspberries, tame, canned, sugar or natural sweetener 788. Raspberries, tame, canned, no sugar or artificial sweetener 789. Raspberries, tame, canned, artificial sweetener

790. Raspberries, wild, canned, sugar or natural sweetener

791. Raspberries, wild, canned, no sugar, or artificial sweetener 792. Raspberries, wild, canned, artificial sweetener

793. Strawberries, tame, canned, sugar or natural sweetener 794. Strawberries, tame, canned, no sugar or artificial sweetener 795. Strawberries, tame, canned, artificial sweetener

796. Strawberries, wild, canned, sugar or natural sweetener

797. Strawberries, wild, canned, no sugar no artificial sweetener 798. Strawberries, wild, canned, artificial sweetener

799. Apricot jam, sugar or natural sweetener 800. Apricot jam, no sugar or artificial sweetener 801. Apricot jam, artificial sweetener

802. Blueberry jam, sugar or natural sweetener 803. Blueberry jam, no sugar or artificial sweetener 804. Blueberry jam, artificial sweetener

805. Grape jam, sugar or natural sweetener 806. Grape jam, no sugar or artificial sweetener 807. Grape jam, artificial sweetener

808. Peach jam, sugar or natural sweetener 809. Peach jam, no sugar or artificial sweetener 810. Peach jam, artificial sweetener

811. Raspberry jam, tame, sugar or natural sweetener 812. Raspberry jam, tame, no sugar or artificial sweetener 813. Raspberry jam, tame, artificial sweetener

814. Raspberry jam, wild, sugar or natural sweetener

815. Raspberry, jam, wild, no sugar or artificial sweetener 816. Raspberry jam, artificial sweetener

817. Strawberry jam, tame, sugar or natural sweetener 818. Strawberry jam, tame, no sugar or artificial sweetener 819. Strawberry jam, tame, artificial sweetener

820. Strawberry jam, wild, sugar or natural sweetener 821. Strawberry jam, wild, no sugar or artificial sweetener 822. Strawberry jam, wild, artificial sweetener

823. Strawberry/Rhubarb jam, sugar or natural sweetener 824. Strawberry/Rhubarb jam, no sugar or artificial sweetener 825. Strawberry/Rhubarb jam, artificial sweetener

826. Two fruit jam, (other than strawberry/rhubarb), sugar or natural sweetener 827. Two fruit jam, (other than strawberry/rhubarb), no sugar or artificial sweetener 828. Two fruit jam, (other than strawberry/rhubarb), artificial sweetener

829. Freezer jam, 1 cup, approx. label to include: name of jam

830. Jam, not otherwise listed, sugar or natural sweetener 831. Jam, not otherwise listed, no sugar or artificial sweetener 832. Jam, not otherwise listed, artificial sweetener

833. Blueberry jelly, sugar or natural sweetener 834. Blueberry jelly, no sugar or artificial sweetener 835. Blueberry jelly, artificial sweetener

836. Cherry, sweet, jelly, sugar or natural sweetener 837. Cherry, sweet, jelly, no sugar or artificial sweetener

838. Cherry, sweet, jelly, artificial sweetener

839. Cherry, Nanking, jelly, sugar or natural sweetener 840. Cherry, Nanking, jelly, no sugar or artificial sweetener 841. Cherry, Nanking, jelly, artificial sweetener

842. Chokecherry, jelly, sugar or natural sweetener 843. Chokecherry, jelly, no sugar or artificial sweetener 844. Chokecherry, jelly, artificial sweetener

845. Crabapple, jelly, sugar or natural sweetener 846. Crabapple, jelly, no sugar or artificial sweetener 847. Crabapple, jelly, artificial sweetener

848. Cranberry, jelly, sugar or natural sweetener 849. Cranberry, jelly, no sugar or artificial sweetener 850. Cranberry, jelly, artificial sweetener

851. Currant, black,. jelly, sugar or natural sweetener 852. Currant, black, jelly, no sugar or artificial sweetener 853. Currant, black, jelly, artificial sweetener

854. Currant, red, jelly, sugar or natural sweetener 855. Currant, red, jelly, no sugar or artificial sweetener 856. Currant, red, jelly, artificial sweetener

857. Grape, jelly, sugar or natural sweetener 858. Grape, jelly, no sugar or artificial sweetener 859. Grape, jelly, artificial sweetener

860. Pepper, jelly, sugar or natural sweetener 861. Pepper, jelly, artificial sweetener

862. Pincherry, jelly, sugar or natural sweetener 863. Pincherry, jelly, no sugar or artificial sweetener 864. Pincherry, jelly, artificial sweetener

865. Raspberry, tame, jelly, sugar or natural sweetener 866. Raspberry, tame, jelly, no sugar or artificial sweetener 867. Raspberry, tame, jelly, artificial sweetener

868. Raspberry, wild, jelly, sugar or natural sweetener 869. Raspberry, wild, jelly, no sugar or artificial sweetener 870. Raspberry, wild, jelly, artificial sweetener

871. Strawberry jelly, tame, sugar or natural sweetener 872. Strawberry jelly, tame, no sugar or artificial sweetener 873. Strawberry jelly, tame, artificial sweetener

874. Strawberry jelly, wild, sugar or natural sweetener 875. Strawberry jelly, wild, no sugar or artificial sweetener 876. Strawberry jelly, wild, artificial sweetener

877. Strawberry/Rhubarb jelly, sugar or natural sweetener 878. Strawberry/Rhubarb jelly, no sugar or artificial sweetener 879. Strawberry/Rhubarb jelly, artificial sweetener

880. Jelly, not otherwise listed, sugar or natural sweetener 881. Jelly, not otherwise listed, no sugar or artificial sweetener 882. Jelly, not otherwise listed, artificial sweetener

883. Rhubarb & Orange Marmalade, sugar or natural sweetener 884. Rhubarb & Orange Marmalade, no sugar or artificial sweetener

885. Rhubarb & Orange Marmalade, artificial sweetener 886. Three Fruit Marmalade, sugar or natural sweetener 887. Three Fruit Marmalade, no sugar or artificial sweetener 888. Three Fruit Marmalade, artificial sweetener

889. Marmalade, not otherwise listed, sugar or natural sweetener 890. Marmalade, not otherwise listed, no sugar or artificial sweetener 891. Marmalade, not otherwise listed, artificial sweetener

892. Mincemeat, Green Tomato 893. Mincemeat with suet no meat 894. Tomatoes, canned

895. Pickles, Bread & Butter

896. Pickles, refrigerator, minimum 1 litre 897. Pickles, Sweet, mixed

898. Pickles, Sweet, not mixed 899. Pickles, Dill

900. Pickles, Dill, brine from a mix 901. Pickles, Dill with garlic

902. Pickles, Beet, Whole 903. Pic kles, Beet, sliced 904. Pickles, Mustard Bean 905. Pickles. Carrots. cooked

906. Pickles, Carrots, raw & dill flavored 907. Pickles, Carrots, raw, brine from a mix 908. Pickles, Onion

909. Pickles, N.O.L. named on tag

910. Relish. beets, cabbage & horseradish 911. Relish, beets & horseradish

912. Relish, hotdog

913. Relish, corn

914. Relish, rhubarb

915. Relish, not otherwise listed 916. Chutney, Fruit base

917. Chutney, Vegetable base 918. Chili Con Carne

919. Baked Beans

920. Sauce, Apple

921. Sauce, Salsa

922. Sauce, Salsa, Mix allowed 923. Sauce, Spaghetti

924. Sauce, Chili

CLASS 31- HOME BAKING


Note: No commercial mixes to be used.

No glazing unless specified.

No paper liner means - do not use paper liner when cooking All cakes removed from pans.

Cakes & Breads should be displayed on a covered board/cardboard of appropriate size. Entry tags attached to display board.

Judges recommend a layer of wax paper on display plates to protect flavor Rolls have crusts all around.

All measurements are approximate

Use 8" or 9" pie plates (foil plates not recommended) All cookies should be approx. 3" in diameter.

Bread pan size approx. 9"X 4"X 3" (measure top of pan) - no buttering, glazing, flouring. Yeast breads full loaf required; Quick breads half loaf required

Attach entry tags securely to display, plates, boards, etc. Baking Entries may be picked up after 8:00 p.m. on Friday


Scoring for : Breads & rolls; Tea Biscuits; Cakes & Fruit Bread; Muffins; Cupcakes; Fruit Cake; Cookies; Squares, & Candy: General appearance, 25%; Internal appearance, 25%; Flavour & Aroma 50%

Scoring for : Tarts; Pies; General Appearance 20%; Crust 40%; Filling 40% Scoring for : Decorated Cakes : General Appearance 50%; Workmanship 50% Scoring for : Sensible Snacks: General Appearance 50%; Nutritional Value 50% Prizes: 1st .. $5.00; 2nd .. $4.00; 3rd .. $3.00(unless otherwise stated)


1000. Bread, yeast, rye (1 loaf)

1001. Bread, yeast, white (1 loaf)

1002. Bread. yeast, cracked wheat (1 loaf) 1003. Bread. yeast. Raisin (1 loaf)

1004. Bread. yeast. 60% Whole Wheat (1 loaf)

1005. Bread, Breadmaker, rye, (1 loaf)

1006. Bread, Breadmaker, white, (1 loaf)

1007. Bread, Breadmaker, cracked wheat, (1 loaf) 1008. Bread, Breadmaker, raisin, (1 loaf)

1009. Bread, Breadmaker, 60% whole wheat, (1 loaf) 1010. Nut Loaf not iced (½ loaf)

1011. Banana Loaf, not iced (½ loaf) 1012. Date Nut Loaf, not iced (½ loaf)

1013. Lemon Loaf, no fruit or nuts, may be glazed (½ loaf) 1014. Cherry Loaf. cherries only (½ loaf)

1015. Pumpkin or Zucchini Loaf(½ loaf) 1016. Loaf, not otherwise listed, (½ loaf) 1017. Rolls. Cloverleaf, 4 on a plate 1018. Rolls. Parkerhouse, 4 on a plate 1019. Rolls. Plain, 4 on a plate

1020. Rolls. 60% wholewheat. 4 on a plate 1021. Pan Buns, plain, 4 on a plate


1022.

Buns. Hot Cross. 4 on a plate

1023.

Buns. Cinnamon. 4 on a plate

1024.

Chelsea Buns. 4 on a plate

1025.

Soft Ginger Bread. baked. not iced

1026.

Jelly Roll, 6" long. both ends trimmed, jelly filling

1027.

Doughnuts, cake, plain. 4 on a plate

1028.

Doughnuts, yeast. glazed. 4 on a plate

1029.

White cake, 2 layers, iced

1030.

Chocolate cake, 2 layers, iced

1031.

Sponge cake, tube, not iced

1032.

Angle Food Cake, tube, not iced

1033.

Matrimonial cake, date filling, 4 pieces approx. 2" square, on a plate

1034.

Cupcakes, spice, no fruit, 4 on a plate, decorated, papers on

1035.

Rolled oat cookies with date filling, 4 on a plate

1036.

Hermit cookies. dropped, fruit and spice, 4 on a plate

1037.

Shortbread, 4 on a plate

1038.

Shortbread, whipped, 4 on a plate

1039.

Bran muffins, 4 on a plate, no paper liners

1040.

Blueberry muffins, 4 on a plate, no paper liners

1041.

Muffins, N.O.L. named, 4 on a plate, no paper liners

1042.

Pie, apple, with spice, two crust

1043.

Pie, blueberry, two crust

1044.

Pie, cherry, lattice top

1045.

Pie. lemon, meringue top

1046.

Pie, mincemeat. homemade filling, suet, no meat, lattice top

1047.

Pie, one crust only, not otherwise listed (named on the entry tag)

1048.

Pie, crumb crust; pie of choice (named on entry tag)

1049.

Tarts, butter with raisins, no nuts. 4 on a plate

1050.

Tarts, butter with nuts, 4 on a plate

1051.

Tarts, butter, plain, 4 on a plate

1052.

Carrot pudding, unmoulded

1053.

Chocolate fudge, no nuts, six 1" squares

1054.

Maple walnut cream, six 1" squares

1055.

Rum balls, six 1" balls

1056.

Chocolate covered candy, 6 pieces

1057.

Peanut brittle. 6 pieces

1058.

Nanaimo Squares, four 1½'”squares

1059.

Brownies, four 1½'”squares

1060.

Baking Powder Biscuits, plain, 3", 4 on a plate

1061.

Baking Powder Biscuits, cheese, 3", 4 on a plate

1062.

Baking Powder Biscuits, fruit, 3", 4 on a plate

1063.

Baking Powder Biscuits, not otherwise listed, 3", 4 on a plate

1064.

Diabetic, Fudge, 6, 1" squares on a plate

1065.

Diabetic, Candy, not fudge, 6 pieces on a plate (named on tag)

1066.

Diabetic, Muffins, 4, on a plate, no paper liners

1067.

Diabetic, Cake, (named on tag)

1068.

Diabetic, Pie, (named on tag)


1069.

Diabetic, Loaf, ½ loaf, (named on tag)

1070.

Diabetic, Cookies, 4 on a plate (named on tag)

1071.

Diabetic, desert, not otherwise listed, (named on tag)

1072.

DISPLAY OF HOMEMADE DAINTIES. minimum of 12 pieces, minimum of 4 varieties. Emphasis on

flavour and colour. Prizes: 1st .. $6.00; 2nd .. $4.00; 3rd .. $2.00

1073.

IMAGINATIVE DISPLAY OF HOMEMADE CANDY. A minimum of4 varieties. Emphasis on flavour


1074.

and appearance. Prizes: 1st .. $6.00; 2nd .. $4.00; 3rd .. $2.00

YEAST FRUIT RING. glazed or iced. Prizes: 1st .. $6.00; 2nd .. $4.00; 3rd .. $2.00

1075.

DECORATED CAKE. special occasion. decorating only to be judge. Need not be a real cake. Prizes: 1st ..


1076.

$6.00; 2nd .. $4.00; 3rd .. $2.00

CAKE. NOVELTY, best decorated. Must be real. Prizes: 1st .. $6.00; 2nd .. $4.00; 3rd .. $2.00

1077.

LIGHT FRUIT CAKE. whole cake, not iced. Prizes: 1st .. $6.00; 2nd .. $4.00; 3rd .. $2.00

1078.

DARK FRUIT CAKE, whole cake, not iced. Prizes: 1st .. $6.00; 2nd .. $4.00; 3rd .. $2.00


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Homecraft


Knitting & Crocheting Needlework

Liquid Embroidery Fabric Painting


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HOMECRAFT

Note: All exhibits must be the work of the exhibitor.

All articles must have been completed within the last year. Articles to be finished, clean and not used.

Knitting to be done by hand unless stated otherwise. Starch optional.

Knitted articles may be finished with a crocheted edge.

Fair Isle is a specific form of colour work knitting named for Fair Isle, a small island off the coast of Scotland where knitters were known for their skill with the technique. Fair Isle traditionally uses two colors of yarn in a row, though more than two colors can be used in a project. The yarn that is not being worked is carried along the back of the work, creating strands or floats that make the knitting twice as thick as it would otherwise be


Scoring for Needlecrafts: General Appearance 25%; Design& Material 25%; Workmanship 50%


CLASS 34 - KNITTED APPAREL


Prizes: 1st .. $5.00; 2nd .. $4.00; 3rd ..$3.00 Ladies and Teens (Sizes S, M, L, XL)


1100.

Pullover Sweater, plain (determined by stitch)

1101.

Pullover Sweater, patterned (determined by stitch)

1102.

Pullover Sweater, patterned (determined by color)

1103.

Cardigan, plain (determined by stitch)

1104.

Cardigan, patterned (determined by stitch)

1105.

Cardigan, patterned (determined by color)

1106.

Vest or Sleeveless Sweater

1107.

Sweater Jacket

1108.

Shawl

1109.

Hat and Scarf Set or Hat & Mitt Set

1110.

Fancy Mitts

1111.

Plain Mitts

1112.

Gloves

1113.

Slippers

1114.

Socks

1115.

Fair Isle Item

1116.

Item not otherwise listed


Mens and Youth


1117.

Cardigan. plain (determined by stitch)

1118.

Cardigan, patterned (determined by stitch)

1119.

Cardigan, patterned (determined by color)

1120.

Pullover, plain (determined by stitch)

1121.

Pullover, patterned (determined by stitch)

1122.

Pullover. patterned (determined by color)

1123.

Work or Sport Socks


1124.

Dress Socks

1125.

Vest or Sleeveless Sweater

1126.

Mitts

1127.

Gloves

1128.

Fair Isle Item

1129.

Item not otherwise listed


Children's (Sizes 4 to 14)


1130.

Cardigan, plain (determined by stitch)

1131.

Cardigan, patterned (determined by stitch)

1132.

Cardigan, patterned (determined by color)

1133.

Pullover, plain (determined by stitch)

1134.

Pullover, patterned (determined by stitch)

1135.

Pullover, patterned (determined by color)

1136.

Hooded Sweater

1137.

Vest or Sleeveless Sweater

1138.

Fancy Mitts

1139.

Plain Mitts

1140.

Fancy Socks

1141.

Plain Socks

1142.

Scarf

1143.

Toque, hat or helmet

1144.

Fair Isle Item

1145.

Dress

1146.

Item not otherwise listed


Infants & Toddlers


1147.

Outerwear Item or Set

1148.

Hooded Sweater, plain (determined by stitch)

1149.

Hooded Sweater, patterned

1150.

Cardigan, plain (determined by stitch)

1151.

Cardigan, patterned

1152.

Vest

1153.

Baby Set – jacket and bonnet

1154.

Baby Dress

1155.

Christening Gown

1156.

Socks

1157.

Helmet or Hat

1158.

Mitts

1159.

Bunting Bag

1160.

Sleeper

1161.

Leggings

1162.

Baby shawl or blanket

1163.

Fair Isle Item

1164.

Item not otherwise listed

Machine Knitting


1165.

Pullover. Adult, fancy stitch

1166.

Cardigan Adult, more than one colour

1167.

Pullover, Child's, intarsia pattern

1168.

Dress. Infant or Toddler

1169.

Baby Sweater. bonnet

1170.

Socks

1171.

Item not otherwise listed

CLASS 35 - CROCHETED APPAREL


Prizes: 1st .. $5.00; 2nd .. $4.00; 3rd ..$3.00

Ladies and Teens (Sizes S, M, L, XL)


1200.

Pullover Sweater, plain (determined by stitch)

1201.

Pullover Sweater, patterned (determined by stitch)

1202.

Pullover Sweater, patterned (determined by color)

1203.

Cardigan, plain (determined by stitch)

1204.

Cardigan, patterned (determined by stitch)

1205.

Cardigan, patterned (determined by color)

1206.

Vest or Sleeveless Sweater

1207.

Sweater Jacket

1208.

Shawl

1209.

Hat and Scarf Set or Hat & Mitt Set

1210.

Fancy Mitts

1211.

Plain Mitts

1212.

Gloves

1213.

Slippers

1214.

Socks

1215.

Fair Isle Item

1216.

Item not otherwise listed


Men’s and Youth


1217.

Cardigan. plain (determined by stitch)

1218.

Cardigan, patterned (determined by stitch)

1219.

Cardigan, patterned (determined by color)

1220.

Pullover, plain (determined by stitch)

1221.

Pullover, patterned (determined by stitch)

1222.

Pullover. patterned (determined by color)

1223.

Work or Sport Socks

1224.

Dress Socks

1225.

Vest or Sleeveless Sweater

1226.

Mitts

1227.

Gloves

1228.

Fair Isle Item

1229.

Item not otherwise listed


Children's (Sizes 4 to 14)


1230.

Cardigan, plain (determined by stitch)

1231.

Cardigan, patterned (determined by stitch)

1232.

Cardigan, patterned (determined by color)

1233.

Pullover, plain (determined by stitch)

1234.

Pullover, patterned (determined by stitch)

1235.

Pullover, patterned (determined by color)

1236.

Hooded Sweater

1237.

Vest or Sleeveless Sweater

1238.

Fancy Mitts

1239.

Plain Mitts

1240.

Fancy Socks

1241.

Plain Socks

1242.

Scarf

1243.

Toque, hat or helmet

1244.

Fair Isle Item

1245.

Dress

1246.

Item not otherwise listed


Infants & Toddlers


1247.

Outerwear Item or Set

1248.

Hooded Sweater, plain (determined by stitch)

1249.

Hooded Sweater, patterned

1250.

Cardigan, plain (determined by stitch)

1251.

Cardigan, patterned

1252.

Vest

1253.

Baby Set - jacket and bonnet

1254.

Baby Dress

1255.

Christening Gown

1256.

Socks

1257.

Helmet or Hat

1258.

Mitts

1259.

Bunting Bag

1260.

Sleeper

1261.

Leggings

1262.

Baby shawl or blanket

1263.

Fair Isle Item

1264.

Item not otherwise listed

CLASS 36 - HOME ACCESSORIES


Prizes: 1st ..$5.00; 2nd .. $4.00; 3rd .. $3.00


Knitted Home Accessories


1300.

Centerpiece, over 12"

1301.

Pillowcase Edging (displayed on a pair of pillowcases)

1302.

Bedspread

1303.

Afghan (approximately 122cm x 168cm or 48" x 66")

1304.

Creative item not otherwise listed.


Crocheted Home Accessories


1305.

Centerpiece over 12"

1306.

Pillowcase Edging (displayed on a pair of pillowcases)

1307.

Bedspread

1308.

Afghan (approximately 122cm x 168cm or 48" x 66")

1309.

Tea Cloth (approximately 36" - 42" square)

1310.

Table Cloth (over 42")

1311.

Tray Cloth ( 9" - 15")

1312.

Runner (Buffet or Table)

1313.

Doily, 12" and under

1314.

Doily Set (3 piece)

1315.

Vanity Set (3 piece)

1316.

Chesterfield Set (3 piece)

1317.

Creative item not otherwise listed


Embroidered Home Accessories


1318.

Tea Cloth (approximately 34" - 36")

1319.

Tea Cloth. cross stitch. (approximately 34" - 36")

1320.

Centerpiece (approximately 12" - 18")

1321.

Tea Towels (2 different designs)

1322.

Pillowcase (1 pair)

1323.

Pillowcase. cross stitch (1 pair)

1324.

Picture, not cross stitch

1325.

Picture, cross stitch

1326.

Dresser Scarf, not cross stitch

1327.

Dresser Scarf, cross stitch

1328.

Buffet runner, not cross stitch

1329.

Buffet runner, cross stitch

1330.

Kitchen sampler

1331.

Creative item not otherwise listed

Liquid Embroidery/Fabric Paint Home Accessories


1332.

Sampler

1333.

Baby's Bib

1334.

Tea Cloth (36" - 40" square)

1335.

Placemats (1 pair)

1336.

Pillowcases (1 pair)

1337.

Tea Towels (1 pair)

1338.

Table Cloth (36" - 40")

1339.

Unframed Picture, 1

1340.

Design on glass

1341.

Design on wood

1342.

Creative item not otherwise listed


Specialtv Yarn


1343.

Crewel Work, any article, framed (no cushions)

1344.

Petit point, any article, framed (over 16 mesh per inch)

1345.

Needlepoint, any article, framed (8 to 14 mesh per inch)

1346.

Candlewicking, any article

1347.

Tatting, Doily (12" or under)

1348.

Specialty Yarn, not otherwise listed


Cushions


Note: - 20" and under


1349. Cushion, crewel

1350. Cushion, crocheted

1351. Cushion, thread embroidered 1352. Cushion, knitted

1353. Cushion, hooked

1354. Cushion. needlepoint

1355. Cushion, quilted

1356. Cushion, smocked

1357. Cushion, cross-stitch

1358. Cushion, shadow-quilted 1359. Cushion, piece work 1360. Cushion, original Style

1361. Cushion, not otherwise listed

Rugs


1362. Hand Braided

1363. Hooked from recycled material 1364. Woven

1365. Rug, not otherwise listed


1366. Any home accessory not otherwise listed


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Quilting


Hand & Machine Combination Applique

Long arm 2nd Party Quilt Tops

Quilted Art / Crafts


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CLASS 37 - HAND QUILTING


Note: Exhibitor must have constructed, quilted, and finished the quilt.

Quilting means having a top, batting, and a back. They must be bound, and have all three layers stitched together in lines/patterns

Attach a sample of backing and batting

Sizes are approximate. Maximum is slightly less than the minimum size of the next section, unless otherwise stated

If known, name of pattern, should be put on entry tag


Scoring: General Appearance & Design 25%; Colour & Materials 20%; Workmanship 30%; Borders 10%; Binding & picots 10%; Lining 5%.

Prizes: 1st .. $5.00; 2nd .. $4.00; 3rd .. $3.00 1400. Lap quilt

1401. Baby/Crib quilt

1402. Twin size quilt

1403. Double or larger size quilt

1404. Cheater panel, quilt, any size, may be embellished 1405. Holiday theme quilt, (lap to twin size)

1406. Holiday theme quilt, double or larger

SPECIAL BEST PIECED QUILT, any size, handquilted, chosen by the judge. Prize $25.00, donated by Oxdrift Women’s Institute This does not require an separate entry it will be chosen by the judge


CLASS 38 - MACHINE QUILTING


Note: Exhibitor must have constructed, quilted and finished the quilt The quilt must not be quilted using a long arm machine

Quilts must have visible machine quilting

Quilting means having a top, batting, and a back. They must be bound, and have all three layers stitched together in lines/patterns

Attach a sample of backing and batting

Sizes are approximate. Maximum is slightly less than the minimum size of the next section, unless otherwise stated

If known, name of pattern, should be put on entry tag


Scoring: General Appearance & Design 25%; Colour & Materials 20%; Workmanship 30%; Borders 10%; Binding & picot 10%; Lining 5%.

Prizes: 1st .. $5.00; 2nd .. $4.00; 3rd .. $3.00 1410. Lap quilt

1411. Baby/Crib quilt

1412. Twin size quilt

1413. Double size or larger quilt

1414. Cheater panel, quilt, any size, may be embellished 1415. Holiday theme quilt, (lap to twin size)

1416. Holiday theme quilt, double or larger


CLASS 39 - COMBINATION QUILTING


Note: Exhibitor must have constructed, quilted and finished the quilt Quilt can have a combination of hand & machine quilting

Quilting means having a top, batting, and a back. They must be bound, and have all three layers stitched together in lines/patterns

Attach a sample of backing and batting

Sizes are approximate. Maximum is slightly less than the minimum size of the next section, unless otherwise stated

If known, name of pattern, should be put on entry tag


Scoring: General Appearance & Design 25%; Colour & Materials 20%; Workmanship 30%; Borders 10%; Binding & picots 10%; Lining 5%.

Prizes: 1st .. $5.00; 2nd .. $4.00; 3rd .. $3.00 1420. Lap quilt

1421. Baby/Crib quilt

1422. Twin size quilt

1423. Double size, or larger, quilt

1424. Cheater panel, quilt, any size, may be embellished 1425. Holiday theme quilt, lap to twin size

1426. Holiday theme quilt, double or larger


CLASS 40 - APPLIQUE QUILTED, HAND AND/OR MACHINE


Note: Exhibitor must have constructed, quilted and finished the quilt

Quilting means having a top, batting, and a back. They must be bound, and have all three layers stitched together in lines/patterns

Attach a sample of backing and batting

Sizes are approximate. Maximum is slightly less than the minimum size of the next section, unless otherwise stated

If known, name of pattern, should be put on entry tag


Scoring: General Appearance & Design 25%; Colour & Materials 20%; Workmanship 30%; Borders 10%; Binding & picot 10%; Lining 5%.

Prizes: 1st .. $5.00; 2nd .. $4.00; 3rd .. $3.00 1430. Lap quilt

1431. Baby/Crib quilt

1432. Twin size quilt

1433. Double size or larger quilt

1434. Cheater panel, quilt, any size, may be embellished 1435. Holiday theme quilt, (lap to twin size)

1436. Holiday theme quilt, Double or larger


CLASS 41 - LONGARM QUILTING


Note: Exhibitor must have constructed, quilted and finished the quilt

Quilting means having a top, batting, and a back. They must be bound, and have all three layers stitched together in lines/patterns

Quilting to be done on a longarm machine by exhibitor Attach a sample of backing and batting

Sizes are approximate. Maximum is slightly less than the minimum size of the next section, unless otherwise stated

If known, name of pattern, should be put on entry tag


Scoring: General Appearance & Design 25%; Colour & Materials 20%; Workmanship 30%; Borders 10%; Binding & picot 10%; Lining 5%.

Prizes: 1st .. $5.00; 2nd .. $4.00; 3rd .. $3.00 1440. Lap quilt

1441. Baby/Crib quilt

1442. Twin size quilt

1443. Double size or larger, quilt

1444. Cheater panel, quilt, any size, may be embellished 1445. Holiday theme quilt, (lap to twin size)

1446. Holiday theme quilt, Double or larger


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CLASS 42 - 2ND PARTY QUILTED, HAND AND/OR MACHINE


Note: Quilting means having a top, batting, and a back. They must be bound, and have all three layers stitched together in lines/patterns

Exhibitor must have constructed and finished the quilt Another person/professional may have done the quilting Attach a sample of backing and batting

Sizes are approximate. Maximum is slightly less than the minimum size of the next section, unless otherwise stated

If known, name of pattern, should be put on entry tag


Scoring: General Appearance & Design 25%; Colour & Materials 20%; Workmanship 30%; Borders 10%; Binding & picots 10%; Lining 5%.

Prizes: 1st .. $5.00; 2nd .. $4.00; 3rd .. $3.00 1450. Lap quilt

1451. Baby/Crib quilt 1452. Twin size quilt 1453. Double size or larger

1454. Cheater panel, quilt, any size, may be embellished 1455. Holiday theme quilt, (lap to twin size)

1456. Holiday theme quilt, double or larger

CLASS 43 - QUILT TOPS


Note: Exhibitor must have constructed the quilt top

Sizes are approximate. Maximum is slightly less than the minimum size of the next section, unless otherwise stated

If known, name of pattern, should be put on entry tag


Scoring: General Appearance & Design 30%; Colour & Materials 20%; Workmanship 50%. Prizes: 1st .. $5.00; 2nd .. $4.00; 3rd .. $3.00

1460. Lap quilt, pieced 1461. Lap quilt, appliqued,

1462. Lap quilt, appliqued & pieced 1463. Baby/Crib quilt, pieced

1464. Baby/Crib quilt, appliqued

1465. Baby/Crib quilt, appliqued & pieced 1466. Twin size quilt, pieced

1467. Twin size quilt, appliqued

1468. Twin size quilt, appliqued & pieced 1469. Double size or larger quilt, pieced 1470. Double size or larger quilt, appliqued,

1471. Double size or larger quilt, appliqued & pieced 1472. Holiday theme quilt, lap to twin, pieced

1473. Holiday theme quilt, lap to twin, appliqued

1474. Holiday theme quilt, lap to twin, appliqued & pieced 1475. Holiday theme quilt, double or larger, pieced

1476. Holiday theme quilt, double or larger, appliqued

1477. Holiday theme quilt, double or larger, appliqued & pieced



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CLASS 44 - QUILTED ART / CRAFTS


Note: Exhibitor must have constructed, quilted and finished the article

Quilting means having a top, batting, and a back. They must be bound, and have all three layers stitched together in lines/patterns

Attach a sample of backing and batting Sizes are approximate.

If known, name of pattern, should be put on entry tag


Scoring: General Appearance & Design 25%; Colour & Materials 20%; Workmanship 30%; Borders 10%; Binding & picots 10%; Lining 5%.


Prizes: 1st .. $5.00; 2nd .. $4.00; 3rd .. $3.00


1480.

Vest or jacket

1481.

Skirt or pants

1482.

Appliance cover (1 or set)

1483.

Sewing machine / serger cover

1484.

Tablerunner, square/rectangle

1485.

Tablerunner, oval/round

1486.

Cushion / pillow

1487.

Placemats, set of 2

1488.

Wallhanging less than180" measured on the perimeter or smaller (does not have to be square)

1489.

Wallhanging more than 180" measured on the perimeter (does not have to be square)

1490.

Shower curtain

1491.

Christmas tree skirt

1492.

Christmas stocking

1493.

Tablecloth

1494.

Potholders (2) / Hot pads (2) / Oven Mitts (pair) / combination (ex. 1 potholder & 1 hot pad)

1495.

Quillow, hand, machine, or tied

1496.

Art Quilt, must have extensive quilting

1497.

Novelty / non-traditional

1498.

Article not otherwise listed


SPECIAL BEST PIECED HAND QUILTED ITEM, chosen by the judge. Prize $25.00, donated by Oxdrift Women’s Institute This does not require an separate entry it will be chosen by the judge


Sewing Ladies & Teens

Men & Youth Children’s Wear Special Clothing

Miscellaneous Articles Knits & Serger Sewing Specials



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CLASS 45 - SEWING ANY FABRIC


Scoring for Clothing: Design, Colour & Materials 25%; Workmanship judged from outside of garment 50%; workmanship from inside of garments 25%

Prizes: 1st .. $5.00; 2nd .. $4.00; 3rd .. $3.00


Ladies & Teens

1600.

Jumper or maternity dress

1601.

Casual dress with sleeves

1602.

Special occasion dress

1603.

Two piece suit with skirt (lining optional)

1604.

Dress pant

1605.

Jeans

1606.

Fancy Blouse, button front

1607.

Short & top, co-ordinated set

1608.

Shorts

1609.

Pyjamas

1610.

Nightgown, fancy

1611.

Nightgown, flannelette

1612.

Housecoat or Duster

1613.

Jacket, tailored

1614.

Jacket, sport

1615.

Jacket, n.o.l.

Mens and Youth

1616.

Shirt

1617.

Vest

1618.

Dress pant

1619.

Blazer or jacket

1620.

Pyjamas

1621.

Boxer shorts

1622.

Necktie

1623.

Item, not otherwise listed

Children's Wear

1624.

Infants romper or overall

1625.

Toddler 2-piece, play set

1626.

Preschooler, 2-piece, play set

1627.

Nightgown, sizes 3 - 6x

1628.

Girls pyjamas, sizes 8 - 16

1629.

Boys pyjamas, sizes 8 - 16

1630.

Item, not otherwise listed

Special Clothing

1631.

Preschooler special dress

1632.

Girls special dress

1633.

Boys shirt, button front (size 8 - 16)

1634.

Boys dress pants (size 8 - 16)

1635.

Girls 2-piece special outfit (sizes 4 - 12)

1636.

Smocked dress

1637.

Item, not otherwise listed


Miscellaneous

1638.

Casserole Tote


1639.

Article from recycled jeans


1640.

2 placemats


1641.

Oven mitts


1642.

Toaster Cover


1643.

Apron


1644.

Item, not otherwise listed




Sewing Knits & Serger

Scoring

for Knits & Serger:


20% Design, Colour & Material 50% Workmanship (outside)

30% Workmanship (inside)

1645.

T-Shirt, ladies

1646.

T-Shirt, mens

1647.

T-shirt, child's

1648.

Jogging suit, ladies

1649.

Jogging suit, mens

1650.

Jogging suit, child's

1651.

Bathing suit, ladies

1652.

Bathing suit, mens

1653.

Bathing Suit, child's

1654.

Undergarment, panties

1655.

Undergarment, half slip

1656.

Undergarment, full slip

1657.

Fancy Nightgown

1658.

Dress, ladies & teens

1659.

Dress, girls (sizes 4 - 12)

1660.

Item, not otherwise listed


Sewing & Needlework Specials

1661.

COLLECTION OF 4 ARTICLES, MACHINE EMBROIDERED. (List to


accompany), in container.

1662.

COLLECTION OF 4 ARTICLES, MACHINE KNIT ONLY, with a variety of stitch and yarn (list to


accompany), in container

1663.

COLLECTION OF SEWING, five articles (sets. pairs and suits considered as one article). There must be a


combination of sewing and needlework. (List to accompany collection), in container. Prizes: donated by Dryden


Jewelers

1664.

COLLECTION OF NEEDLECRAFT, five articles (sets. pairs and suits considered as one article). There must be


a combination of sewing and needlework. (List to accompany collection), in container. Prizes: donated by Dryden


Jewelers

1665.

BOYS' OR GIRLS' OUTERWEAR (pants, jackets. coats, etc.) of heavy material. made from recycled clothing.

1666.

BOY’S OR GIRL’S GARMENT OF LIGHT WEIGHT MATERIAL, made from recycled clothing.

1667.

ANY ARTICLE MADE FROM HOME SPUN YARN, knitted; fibers (named on the entry tag), ball of yarn to


accompany article.

1668.

3 SMALL HOMEMADE ARTICLES in a container suitable for Thank You gifts.

1669.

SPECIAL OCCASION BUFFET ARRANGEMENTS, no flowers (ie. Christmas theme Thanksgiving, birthday

party, Halloween, etc.) Prizes: 1st .. $7.00; 2nd .. $4.00; 3rd .. $3.00


Miscellaneous Handcraft


Drawing, Painting, Oil & Watercolour

Scrapbooking - Nature Craft Containers - Wood

Native Craft - Ethnic Craft Recycled - Toys

Special Occasion Decorations New or Innovative Craft Photography, Colour / Black & White/Digitally Enhanced


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HANDCRAFT CLASS 46- MISCELLANEOUS

Scoring: General Appearance 15%; Creative Design 15%; Color and Materials 20%; Workmanship 50% Prizes: 1st .. $5.00; 2nd .. $4.00; 3rd .. $3.00


1680. Tole, paper

1681. Quilling, paper

1682. Orgami/folded paper

1683. Altered book

1684. Jewelry, paper

1685. N.O.L., paper

1686. Decoupage (not 3 dimensional) 1687. Dried apple people

1688. Ceramics, mold made 1689. Baker's clay article 1690. Handcrafted flowers 1691. Article from beadwork

1692. Jewelry. 2-3 piece set, natural materials 1693. Hand made picture frame

1694. Article made from ornamental gourd 1695. Article made with stained glass 1696. Handmade candle

1697. Hair accessory

1698. Potpourri mix in clear container 1699. Lampshade

1700. Plant hanger

1701. Item made from leather 1702. Artificial Flower Display 1703. Wool Felted Item

1704. Painting with melted wax crayon 1705. Article, N.O.L., eye catching & useful

CLASS 47 - DRAWING

Note: Any medium, except paint/watercolour

Be sure to cover all distinguishing marks (ex. signature, front/back)

With the exception of those on unusual backgrounds (ex. leather, saw blades, etc.) all pictures should be matted with a minimum 1" matting. . Framing optional.

Prizes: 1st .. $5.00; 2nd .. $4.00; 3rd .. $3.00


1720. Abstract

1721. Human figure/animal

1722. Still Life (i.e. inanimate objects) 1723. Fantasy

1724. Non-Objective (i.e. using shapes - squares, circles, triangles) 1725. Landscape

1726. Portrait

1727. Calligraphy, Special Occasion Card 1728. Calligraphy, set of 6 Place Cards 1729. Articles not otherwise listed

CLASS 48 - PAINTING, (OIL/ACRYLIC )


Note: Be sure to cover all distinguishing marks (ex. signature, front/back) Framing optional.

Prizes: 1st .. $5.00; 2nd .. $4.00; 3rd .. $3.00 1740. Abstract

1741. Human figure/animal

1742. Still Life (i.e. inanimate objects) 1743. Fantasy

1744. Non-Objective (i.e. using shapes - squares, circles, triangles) 1745. Landscape

1746. Portrait

1747. Articles not otherwise listed

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CLASS 49 - PAINTING, WATER COLOURS

Note: Be sure to cover all distinguishing marks (ex. signature, front/back)

All pictures should be matted with a minimum 1" matting. Framing optional. Framing optional.


Prizes: 1st .. $5.00; 2nd .. $4.00; 3rd .. $3.00


1760.

Abstract

1761.

Human figure/animal

1762.

Still Life (i.e. inanimate objects)

1763.

Fantasy

1764.

Non-Objective (i.e. using shapes - squares, circles, triangles)

1765.

Landscape

1766.

Portrait

1767.

Painting, not otherwise listed

SPECIAL BEST PAINTING, as chosen by judge from all sections in classes 48 & 49 , does not require separate entry

Prizes: 1st.. $20.00 donated by Gould’s Brand Souce, Dryden


CLASS 50 - SCRAPBOOKING

Note: Items must be scrapped in an archival manner. (ie: using acid free paper (no construction paper) pigment based markers and pens, and phot safe adhesive. The scrapbooking pages should include journaling which includes dates, names, and places.

Prizes: 1st .. $5.00; 2nd .. $4.00; 3rd .. $3.00 1780. Scrapbook page any theme

1781. Two or more coordinating pages on a single theme

1782. Handmade card

CLASS 51 - NATURE CRAFT

Scoring: General Appearance 15%; Creative Design 15%; Colour & Materials 20%; Workmanship 50% Prizes: 1st.. $5.00; 2nd.. $4.00; 3rd .. $3.00

1800. Finished driftwood article functional

1801. Dried flower or weed arrangement 1802. Dried flower or weed picture

1803. Basketry article

1804. Item of stonework jewelry 1805. Bone or antler carving 1806. Leather article

1807. Original project of mixed technique 1808. Original metal work

1809. Wreath

1810. Creative item, not otherwise listed


CLASS 52 - CONTAINERS

Scoring: General Appearance 15%; Creative Design 15%; Colour & Materials 20%; Workmanship 50% Prizes: 1st .. $5.00; 2nd .. $4.00 ; 3rd .. $3.00

1820.

Totebag

1821.

Handbag

1822.

Waste basket

1823.

Recycled bottle, decorative & functional

1824.

Recycled can, decorative & functional

1825.

Recycled plastic container, decorative & functional

1826.

Flower Pot, decorated

1827.

Shadow Box

1828.

Creative item, not otherwise listed

CLASS 53 - WOOD

Note: We ask exhibitors to note that display area is limited

Scoring: General Appearance 25%; Colour, Material & Design 25%; Workmanship 50% Prizes: lst .. $5.00; 2nd .. $4.00; 3rd ..$3.00

1835. Wooden Toy

1836. Doll House

1837. Miniature Furniture 1838. Child size furniture

1839. Item from wood, intarsia, own work 1840. Item from wood, fretwork

1841. Item from wood, whittled

1842. Item carved from wood, hand carved using knife/chisel 1843. Item carved from wood, using power tools

1844. Wood item, painting decorated (may be purchased item) 1845. Wood item, burnt

1846. Wood item, natural finish (not painted/stained) 1847. Creative item not otherwise listed.


CLASS 54 - ETHNIC other than Native


Note: Ethnic origin must be stipulated on each article tag

Scoring: General Appearance 15%; Creative Design 15%; Colour & Materials 20%; Workmanship 50% Prizes: 1st ..$5.00; 2nd .. $4.00; 3rd .. $3.00


1855. Shirt

1856. Blouse

1857. Table cover

1858. Costume

1859. Creative item not otherwise listed, clothing (named on the entry tag) 1860. Creative item not otherwise listed, craft (named on the entry tag)


CLASS 55 - NATIVE CRAFT


Scoring: General Appearance 15%; Creative Design 15%; Colour & Materials 20%; Workmanship 50% Prizes: 1st .. $5.00; 2nd .. $4.00; 3rd ..$3.00

1865. Beadwork on Leather 1866. Beadwork

1867. Moccasins, from soft hide (1 pair) 1868. Pair of Gauntlets from soft hide 1869. Head Dress

1870. Jingle Dress

1871. Dream catcher- circle 13 - 15cm

1872. Creative item not otherwise listed, clothing 1873. Creative item not otherwise listed, craft


CLASS 56 - RECYCLED

Note: Articles must be clean. Containers not permitted in this class. Articles must be made from recycled goods


Scoring: General Appearance 15%; Creative Design 15%; Colour & Materials 20%; Workmanship 50% Prizes: 1st .. $5.00; 2nd .. $4.00; 3rd .. $3.00

1880.

Article from plastic bottle

1881.

Article from wood

1882.

Article from paper products

1883.

Article form recycled materials not otherwise listed

1884.

New use of an old item

1885.

Collection of recycled items (minimum of four items)


CLASS 57 -SPECIAL OCCASION DECORATIONS


Scoring: General Appearance 15%; Creative Design 15%; Colour & Materials 20%; Workmanship 50% Prizes: 1st .. $5.00; 2nd .. $4.00; 3rd .. $3.00

1890. Christmas dining table centerpiece 1891. Christmas door decorations

1892. Decorated Christmas tree under 2'

1893. Christmas Stocking

1894. Christmas Tree Ornament (non kit) 1895. Christmas Tree Skirt

1896. Advent Calendar

1897. Easter decoration

1898. Thanksgiving decoration

1899. Church banner

1900. Halloween Costume

1901. Corsage, fabric media (flowers must be handcrafted) 1902. Valentine decoration

1903. Special Occasion decoration (not otherwise listed)


CLASS 58 - TOYS


Scoring: General Appearance 15%; Creative Design 15%; Colour & Materials 20%; Workmanship 50% Prizes: 1st .. $5.00; 2nd .. $4.00; 3rd .. $3.00

1910. Handmade dressed doll fabric 1911. Handmade dressed doll, knitted 1912. Handmade dressed doll, crocheted 1913. Stuffed animal

1914. Stuffed Teddy Bear 1915. Doll Outfit, knitted

1916. Doll Outfit, knitted (displayed on doll) 1917. Doll Outfit, crocheted

1918. Doll Outfit, crocheted (displayed on doll) 1919. Doll Outfit, fabric

1920. Doll Outfit, fabric (displayed on doll) 1921. Pyjama Bag or Stuffed Bed Ornament 1922. Toy, not otherwise listed

CLASS 59 - CHARITY CLASS


  1. All entries will become the property of the Dryden & District Agricultural Society and be donated to various organizations (Christmas Cheer, Schools, Hospitals, etc.)

  2. No entry fee

  3. Exhibitors may enter as many items in each section as they wish Prizes: 1st....$7.00; 2nd ....$6.00; 3rd $5.00

1935. Dialysis Pouch Needed to cover dialysis lines. Must be 5 ½” x 3" finished size. Needs drawstring closing on the 3" edge. Drawstring should be approx. 18". Can be different fabrics, but a silk-type material is best.

1936.

Mitts, adult’s plain - knitted

1937.

Mitts, adult’s fancy - knitted

1938.

Mitts, child’s plain, knitted

1939.

Mitts, child’s, fancy, knitted

1940.

Mitts, N.O.L.

1941.

Socks, adult’s, knitted

1942.

Socks, child’s, knitted

1943.

Hat, knitted/crocheted

1944.

Hat, N.O.L.

1945.

Slippers, Adult’s

1946.

Slippers, Child’s

1947.

Teddy Bear & Blanket, suitable for children being provided emergency service (Police, Ambulance, etc)

1948.

Item, N.O.L.


CLASS 60 - NEW OR INNOVATIVE CRAFT


Note: Crafts not otherwise listed in the fairbook

Judge may divide this class into suitable sections


Scoring: General Appearance 15%; Creative Design 15%; Colour & Materials 20%; Workmanship 50% Prizes: 1st.. $5.00; 2nd .. $4.00; 3rd .. $3.00

1950. Craft, not otherwise listed


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PHOTOGRAPHY


CLASS 65 - COLOUR PHOTOGRAPHY


Note: All photographs must not exceed 5" x 7" and must be on photo paper (unless otherwise stated) and must be mounted (not framed), maximum border 2".


Scoring: Impact & Style 25%; Composition 50%; Presentation 10%; Lighting 15% Prizes: 1st .. $5.00; 2nd .. $4.00; 3rd .. $3.00

1955. Enlarged portrait - maximum 8" x 10" 1956. One photograph, scenery

1957. One photograph, animal(s), no people 1958. One photograph, animal(s), with people 1959. One photograph, bird(s), no people 1960. One photograph, bird(s), with people 1961. One photograph, person/people

1962. One unique photo

1963. Four photographs in story sequence, with titles. 1964. One closeup of nature (flowers, mushrooms, etc.) 1965. Candid Shot (caught unawares)

1966. Novelty Shot (something funny) 1967. Group of 4 pictures, scenery.

1968. Group of 3 to 5 pictures of past fairs (can be all of one year, or a collection of different years) 1969. Colour Photograph, not otherwise listed


CLASS 66 - BLACK AND WHITE PHOTOGRAPHY


Note: All photographs must not exceed 5" x 7" and must be on photo paper (unless otherwise stated) and must be mounted (not framed), maximum border 2".


Scoring: Impact & Style 25%; Composition 50%; Presentation 10%; Lighting 15% Prizes: 1st .. $5.00; 2nd .. $4.00; 3rd .. $3.00

1975.

Enlarged portrait - maximum 8" x 10"

1976.

One photograph, scenery

1977.

One photograph, animal(s), no people

1978.

One photograph, animal(s), with people

1979.

One photograph, bird(s), no people

1980.

One photograph, bird(s), with people

1981.

One photograph, person/people

1982.

One unique photo

1983.

Four photographs in story sequence, with titles.

1984.

One closeup of nature (flowers, mushrooms, etc.)

1985.

Candid Shot (caught unawares)

1986.

Novelty Shot (something funny)

1987.

Group of 4 pictures, scenery.

1988.

Group of 3 to 5 pictures of past fairs (can be all of one year, or a collection of different years)

1989.

Black & White photography, not otherwise listed

CLASS 67 - DIGITALLY ENHANCED PHOTOGRAPHY



Note: All photographs must not exceed 5" x 7" and must be on photo paper (unless otherwise stated) and must be mounted (not framed), maximum border 2".


Scoring: Impact & Style 25%; Composition 50%; Presentation 10%; Lighting 15% Prizes: 1st .. $5.00; 2nd .. $4.00; 3rd .. $3.00

1995.

Enlarged portrait, coloured - maximum 8" x 10" ,digitally altered, include original

1996.

One photograph coloured,, animal(s), no people. Photo frame added

1997.

One photograph, coloured, animal(s), with people, text added on picture

1998.

One photograph, coloured bird(s), with people Text added on picture

1999.

One photograph, person/people

2000.

One unique photo

2001.

Collage of photographs, coloured with text added, in story sequence

2002.

One closeup of nature, coloured (flowers, mushrooms, etc.), digitally altered, include original

2003.

Novelty Shot (something funny), coloured with stickers or designs photo shopped on

2004.

Collage of 4 pictures, coloured, scenery.

2005.

Group of 3 to 5 pictures of past fairs, coloured (can be all of one year, or a collection of different years)text


2006.

added

Photograph, coloured, not otherwise liste, digitally altered, include original

2007.

Enlarged portrait, black & white - maximum 8" x 10" ,digitally altered, include original

2008.

One photograph black & white,, animal(s), no people. Photo frame added

2009.

One photograph, black & white, animal(s), with people, text added on picture

2010.

One photograph, black & white bird(s), with people Text added on picture

2011.

One photograph, person/people

2012.

One unique photo

2013.

Collage of photographs, black & white with text added, in story sequence

2014.

One closeup of nature, black & white (flowers, mushrooms, etc.), digitally altered, include original

2015.

Novelty Shot (something funny), black & white with stickers or designs photo shopped on

2016.

Collage of 4 pictures, black & white, scenery.

2017.

Group of 3 to 5 pictures of past fairs, black & white (can be all of one year, or a collection of different


2018.

years)text added

Black & White photography, not otherwise listed, digitally altered, include original


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Senior Citizen Classes


People with ability over 16 years


CLASS 70 - SENIOR CITIZENS

(65 years and over)

Note: No Entry Fee required for this class


Prizes: 1st .. $5.00; 2nd .. $4.00; 3rd .. $3.00


2020. Baby dress or sweater and bonnet, knitted 2021. Baby shawl afghan or blanket. knitted

2022. Baby dress or sweater and bonnet, crocheted 2023. Baby shawl, afghan or blanket, crocheted 2024. Baby item, sewn

2025. Item made from wood, whittled or carved 2026. Item made from wood, machined

2027. Item made from leather 2028. Item made from metal

2029. Carved item from bone or antler 2030. Rug, any variety

2031. Quilt, pieced, not larger than 72" x 90" , quilted 2032. Quilt, pieced, not larger than 72" x 90", tied 2033. Knitted mitts

2034. Handmade flowers, minimum of 3 2035. Handmade Toy or Doll

2036. Item, hand embroidered (can be one article or one set) 2037. Handmade oven mitts, pair

2038. Item, liquid embroidered/fabric paint 2039. Original artwork, painted

2040. Original artwork, drawn

2041. Creative item, not otherwise listed

2042. Canning Collection - 3 articles which include: 1 jam/jelly, 1 pickle/relish and 1 fruit, all contained in box or tray.

2043. Yeast bread, white 1 loaf

2044. Yeast bread, whole wheat, 1 loaf 2045. Fruit pie or 3 tarts, double crusted

2046. Quick bread, ½ loaf, recipe of choice, (named, on entry tag)

2047. Chocolate chip cookies, 4 on plate

2048. Dessert bar, 4 on plate (named, on entry tag)

2049. COLLECTION OF KNITING or CROCHETING or a combination of both (4 articles) 2050. COLLECTION OF SEWING (4 articles)

2051. COLLECTION OF NEEDLEWORK (4 articles, must demonstrate a minimum of 2 techniques, ex. embroidery, tatting, needlepoint, etc. )

2052. Item, not other wise listed

CLASS 73 - SPECIAL PEOPLE WITH ABILITY - OVER 16


2065.

Stitched item, machine or hand

2066.

Decoration, made from nature items, not Christmas

2067.

Christmas decoration

2068.

Pen or pencil drawing

2069.

Photo picture collection, 5, mounted with narration

2070.

Photography, 1 picture of pet/animal, mounted with approx 1" border

2071.

Photography, 1 picture of family event, mounted with approx 1" border

2072.

Photography, 1 picture not otherwise listed, mounted with approx 1" border

2073.

Muffins, 3 on plate, no paper cups. (named on the entry tag)

2074.

Favorite squares, 4 pieces, (named. on the entry tag)

2075.

Cookies, 3, 3" in diameter (named on the entry tag)

2076.

Baking Powder Biscuits, 4 on a plate

2077.

Quick Bread of choice, ½ loaf. (named on the entry tag)

2078.

Item not otherwise listed


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4 - H


Clubs Individual Members


4-H CLASSES


CLASS 80 - 4-H EDUCATIONAL FEATURE - COMMERCIAL EXHIBIT DISPLAY


Note: Open to all 4-H Clubs. Space allowed: 4' x 4'

Display judged on clarity, identification, content, balance and originality; can include: models, products, posters, pictures, etc.

All 4-H displays will be judged during the fair. Displays must be set up by Wednesday at 7:00 p.m. Commercial Exhibit on projects of the present year with an aim to educate the general public of 4-H activities. No fair membership required.

Current Year includes from prior years fair to date


Scoring: General Appearance 20%; Power to Attract and Hold Attention 25%; Message 40%; Quality of Materials 15%


Prizes: 1st .. $30.00; 2nd .. $20.00; 3rd .. $15.00; 4th .. $12.00


2085 4-H Educational Display by Group


CLASS 81 4-H INDIVIDUAL MEMBER, AGES 9 - 14 YEARS


Note: Must be a 4-H member to enter.


Scoring: General Appearance 20%; Power to Attract and Hold Attention 25%; Message 40%; Quality of Materials 15%


Prizes: 1st .. $5.00; 2nd .. $4.00; 3rd .. $3.00; 4th .. $2.00


2090.

A collection of at least 5 photographs promoting 4-H (must be mounted and labeled), presenting collection


so it depicts a story.

2091.

A poster on safety, on the farm or in the home

2092.

A poster promoting a farm animal (must include information on nutritional benefits).

2093.

A poster promoting 4-H projects other than farm animal with nutritional benefits

2094.

4-H Project completed in current year by exhibitor

2095.

4-H Club Project Book

2096.

A Scrapbook page from current year club

2097.

Item of sewing from current year club

2098.

Baked Item

2099.

Poem

2100.

Essay, “What 4-H has meant for me; or, What 4-H has done for me (maximum of 500 words)

2101.

Photography, your pet/animal, 1 picture

2102.

Photography, club meeting / activity, 1 picture


2103.

Photography, outdoor fun, 1 picture

2104.

Floral arrangement, green & white

2105.

Holiday Decoration

2106.

Painted Item

2107.

Nature Craft

2108.

Upcycled/Re-invented Item

2109.

Pullet, spring any breed (1)

2110.

Rooster, spring any breed (1)

2111.

Scarecrow

2112.

Terrarium or dish garden


CLASS 82 -4-H INDIVIDUAL MEMBER, AGES 15 - 21


Note: Must be a 4-H member to enter.


Scoring: General Appearance 20%; Power to Attract and Hold Attention 25%; Message 40%; Quality of Materials 15%


Prizes: 1st .. $5.00; 2nd .. $4.00; 3rd .. $3.00; 4th .. $2.00


2120.

A collection of at least 5 photographs promoting 4-H (must be mounted and labeled), presenting collection so it


depicts a story.

2121.

A poster on safety, on the farm or in the home

2122.

A poster promoting a farm animal (must include information on nutritional benefits).

2123.

A poster promoting 4-H projects other than farm animal with nutritional benefits

2124.

4-H Project completed in current year by exhibitor

2125.

4-H Club Project Book

2126.

A Scrapbook page or card from current year club

2127.

Item of sewing from current year club

2128.

Baked Item

2129.

Poem

2130.

Essay, “What 4-H has meant for me; or, What 4-H has done for me (maximum of 500 words)

2131.

Photography, your pet/animal, 1 picture

2132.

Photography, club meeting / activity, 1 picture

2133.

Photography, outdoor fun, 1 picture

2134.

Pullet, spring any breed

2135.

(1Rooster, spring any breed (1)

2136.

Scarecrow


Entries

by residents of nursing home/special needs group

ex. Grace Haven Alzheimer’s


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CLASS 90 -RESIDENTS OF NURSING HOME/SPECIAL NEEDS GROUP

MAY BE SUBMITTED BY A GROUP OR AN INDIVIDUAL


Note: No Entry Fee required for this class


Prizes: 1st .. $5.00; 2nd .. $4.00; 3rd .. $3.00


2150. Article, knitted

2151. Article, crocheted

2152. Article, sewn

2153. Item made from wood, whittled or carved 2154. Item made from wood, machined

2155. Item made from leather 2156. Item made from metal

2157. Carved item from bone or antler 2158. Rug, any variety

2159. Quilt, pieced, quilted 2160. Quilt, pieced, tied

2161. Handmade flowers, minimum of 3 2162. Handmade Toy or Doll

2163. Item, hand embroidered (can be one article or one set) 2164. Handmade oven mitts, pair

2165. Item, liquid embroidered/fabric paint 2166. Original artwork, painted

2167. Original artwork, drawn

2168. Creative item, not otherwise listed

2169. Canning Collection - 3 articles which include: 1 jam/jelly, 1 pickle/relish and 1 fruit, all contained in box or tray.

2170. Yeast bread, white 1 loaf

2171. Yeast bread, whole wheat, 1 loaf 2172. Fruit pie or 3 tarts, double crusted

2173. Quick bread, ½ loaf, recipe of choice, (named, on entry tag)

2174. Chocolate chip cookies, 4 on plate

2175. Cookies, not otherwise listed, 4 on a plate 2176. Dessert bar, 4 on plate (named, on entry tag)

2177. COLLECTION OF KNITING or CROCHETING or a combination of both (4 articles) 2178. COLLECTION OF SEWING (4 articles)

2179. COLLECTION OF NEEDLEWORK (4 articles, must demonstrate a minimum of 2 techniques, ex

.embroidery, tatting, needlepoint, etc. ) 2180. Potted Plant, any variety

2181. Potted Plant, collection of various plants 2182. Item, not other wise listed


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Junior Fair

(16 Years & under)


Junior Gardens Crafts Baking Sewing



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JUNIOR FAIR PRIZE LIST

Note: Anyone wishing to compete in an older age category may do so; however, points will only be accumulated in their own age group

AGES ARE ALL AS OF MAY 1ST OF THE CURRENT YEAR


JUNIOR GARDEN COMPETITION GENERAL RULES & APPLICATION


GARDEN RULES:

The Dryden and District Agricultural Society is again offering your child the opportunity to participate in a children's Garden Competition. If your child is interested in planting a garden and accepts the responsibility of weeding and caring for the plot throughout the summer season. we hope you will encourage and lend your guidance in this undertaking.

All children, both rural and urban, in the Dryden district are eligible to participate. The rules of this competition are stated below. To avoid disappointment be sure to follow the instructions carefully. Gardens which do not comply with these rules may be disqualified. Note sizes are a guideline only with the increased use of containers and raised beds such as the community gardens, size of garden will not be a reason to disqualify if it reasonable for the age level.


THERE ARE FOUR AGE GROUPS.


2150.

CLASS 101

- PRIMARY-

6 & 7 years as of May 1st

Garden size to be approximately 4' x 8'

Plant minimum of: 2 vegetables and 2 flowers, from the lists below.

2151.

CLASS 105

- JUNIOR-

8 & 9 years of age as of May 1st Garden size to be approximately 6' x 8'

Plant minimum of: 3 vegetables and 3 flowers, from the list below

2152.

CLASS 109

- YOUTH-

10 to 12 years of age as of May 1st

Garden size to be approximately 8' x 8' Plant minimum of: 4 vegetables and 3 flowers, from the list below


2153. CLASS 113 - TEEN - 13 to 16 years of age as of May 1st or member of 4-H Garden Club

Garden size to be approximately 10' x 10' Plant minimum of: 4 vegetables and 4 flowers, from the list below


Note: CHILDREN WHO HAVE A GARDEN IN THIS COMPETITION OR HAVE ACTIVELY PARTICIPATED IN ANOTHER GARDEN WILL BE ELIGIBLE TO DISPLAY VEGETABLES AND FLOWERS TO COMPETE IN PRODUCE CLASSES. CHILDREN ARE NOT RESTRICTED TO ENTERING ONLY THE NUMBER OF ITEMS FOR THEIR GARDENS. (EX. THEY MAY HAVE CARROTS TO ENTER IN MORE THAN ONE SIZE CATEGORY; OR THEY MAY BE AVID GARDENERS AND HAVE FLOWERS/VEGETABLES IN ANOTHER GARDEN SEPARATE FROM THEIR FAIR GARDEN

Vegetables:

Carrot

Turnip

Early Cabbage

Beets

Beans

Zucchini

Potatoes

Tomatoes

Cauliflower

Broccoli

Onion Sets

Pumpkins

Celery

Cucumber

Corn

Eggplant

One of your choice, n.o.l.

Kohlrabi

Peas

Pepper

Flowers:

Asters

Cosmos

Nasturtiums

Bachelor Buttons

Calendria

Carnations

Dahlia

Dianthus

Gladiola

Pansy

Lily

Phlox

Rose

Sunflower

Rudbeckia

Marigolds (one of: large, medium or small

Zinnias

Snapdragons

One of your choice, n.o.l.

Petunias

Sweet Peas

INSTRUCTIONS:

  1. All gardens are to be divided off from the family garden and to have a name marker

  2. Remember to thin vegetables to allow the remaining plants to grow rapidly and with better shape.

  3. Child must plant, weed, and care for the garden on his/her own

  4. Child’s age as of May 1st of the current year, will be the qualifying age to state on the application form, and will be used to select proper class.

  5. Plant only the number of vegetables and flowers specified in the class, otherwise the garden will be disqualified.


SOME HELPFUL HINTS TO SHOW AT THE FAIR

Vegetables - Be sure to work garden regularly

Turnips - thin out from 6" to 8" apart

Carrots, Beets, & Onions - thin out from 2" to 3" apart Onions should be mature - clean but do not peel Carrots, Beets & Turnips - cut tops ½” above crown Brush vegetables clean of soil - trip off side roots


Flowers - Always show the exact number of blooms specified

If asked for sprays, choose sprays with plenty of blooms If rule says 4 stems, choose 4 stems with plenty of blooms

Show best blooms - remove old blooms & discoloured leaves Oasis may be used for displaying flowers

Be sure flowers are uniform in size

GARDEN COMPETITION ENTRY FORM


  1. FILL OUT THE FORM CAREFULLY

  2. SKETCH A DIAGRAM OF YOUR GARDEN LAYOUT IN THE SPACE BELOW

  3. DRAW A MAP BELOW TO SHOW HOW TO GET TO YOUR HOUSE


  4. SEND ENTRY FORM, NO LATER THAN JULY 15 TO: DRYDEN & DISTRICT AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY GARDEN COMPETITION

R R # 3, Ste 300, Box 4 DRYDEN, ON

P8N 3G2

Email: info@drydenfair.ca


I wish to enter the Dryden & District Agricultural Society’s Annual Garden Competition. I have read the rules carefully and will abide by them.


Name:

Age: (May 1, current year) years

Date of Birth:

Phone Number:

Home Address:


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Mailing Address:


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Garden Layout

Map to House


Parent/Guardian Name (print)


Parent/Guardian Name signature

CLASS 100 - CRAFTS 5 YEARS & UNDER


Scoring: General Appearance 15%; Creative Design 15%; Colour & Materials 20%; Workmanship 50% Prizes: 1st .. $4.00; 2nd .. $3.00; 3rd .. $2.00; 4th .. $1.25

3000.

Edible necklace, all edible, more than one food

3001.

Edible necklace, edible except the string, more than one food

3002.

Paper bag mask

3003.

Sketch

3004.

Original painting

3005.

Original picture, coloured, not painted

3006.

Preprinted picture coloured/painted (ex from colouring book/from the internet)

3007.

Play dough or plasticine figure

3008.

Finger puppet, felt

3009.

Stitchery on small plate / tray

3010.

Seed or pasta design on recycled container

3011.

Fridge magnet

3012.

Musical instrument

3013.

Craft from a kit

3014.

Article from duct tape

3015.

Item from recycled article (ex. Can, clothing, plastic etc.)

3016.

Plastic Building Set Design. All entries are to be build & displayed on a lego base, or put into a box/lid.


ENTRIES, measuring more than 12" in any direction, including base/box will not be accepted.

3017.

Salute to a Farmer, arrangement of weeds, etc. in a straw hat

3018.

Craft, not otherwise listed


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CLASS 101 - PRIMARY GARDEN COMPETITION , 6 & 7 YEARS AS OF MAY 1ST


Prizes: 1st .. $4.00; 2nd .. $3.00; 3rd .. $2.00; 4th ..$1.25 (unless otherwise stated)


3100.

Primary Garden Competition (1st .. $15; 2nd .. $10; 3rd .. $5; 4th .. $ 3; 5th .. $2.

3101.

Beans, 3 pods, (½" stem on)

3102.

Beets, 3. tops removed ½" from crown

3103.

Broccoli, 1 head

3104.

Cabbage, early, 1 head

3105.

Carrots, 4, under 3", ½" stem on

3106.

Carrots, 4, over 3" ½" stem on

3107.

Cauliflower, 1 head

3108.

Celery, 1 head

3109.

Cucumber, slicing, 1

3110.

Cucumber, pickling, 3

3111.

Corn, 1 cob


3112.

Eggplant, 1

3113.

Kohlrabi, 1

3114.

Onions from sets, 3 - ½” stem on

3115.

Peas, 3 pods

3116.

Pepper, 1

3117.

Potatoes, 4 on a plate

3118.

Pumpkin, 1

3119.

Tomatoes, Cherry, green, 3, stems on but clipped

3120.

Tomatoes, Cherry, ripe, 3, stems on but clipped

3121.

Tomatoes, green, 3, stems on but clipped

3122.

Tomatoes, ripe, 3, stems on but clipped

3123.

Turnip, 1

3124.

Zucchini, 1

3125.

Largest Vegetable

3126.

Vegetable, not otherwise listed

3127.

Asters, 3 blooms

3128.

Bachelor Buttons, 3 blooms, stems & foliage

3129.

Calendula, 3 blooms, stems & foliage

3130.

Carnations, 3 stems, foliage, flowers & buds

3131.

Comos. 3 stems/stalks, 1 or more flowers & buds

3132.

Dahlia, 1

3133.

Dianthus, 3 sprays, stems & foliage

3134.

Gladiola, 1 spike

3135.

Lily, 1 stem

3136.

Marigolds, 3, under 2" diameter, with foliage

3137.

Marigolds, 3, 2" - 4" diameter, with foliage

3138.

Marigolds, 3, over 4" diameter. with foliage

3139.

Nasturtium, 3 blooms, stems & foliage

3140.

Pansies, 3 blooms, stems & foliage

3141.

Petunias, doubles, 3 sprays, buds allowed

3142.

Petunias, single. 3 sprays, buds allowed

3143.

Phlox, 3 stems & foliage

3144.

Rose, 1 in a bowl, foliage allowed

3145.

Rudbeckia, 3, stems & foliage

3146.

Sweet Peas, 3 stems/stalks with foliage

3147.

Snapdragons, 3 spikes, one cluster of flowers each

3148.

Sunflower, 1 head

3149.

Zinnias, pom pom, 3 blooms, stems & foliage

3150.

Zinnias, medium, 5 blooms, 2" - 4½", stems & foliage

3151.

Flower not otherwise

3152.

Bouquet from your garden flowers

3153.

Garden Display, approx. 12" square variety of vegetables, flowers, etc. displayed in box/basket

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CLASS 102 - PRIMARY CRAFTS 6 & 7 YEARS , AS OF MAY 1ST, CURRENT YEAR


Scoring: General Appearance 15%; Creative Design 15%; Colour & Materials 20%; Workmanship 50% Prizes: 1st .. $4.00; 2nd .. $3.00; 3rd .. $2.00; 4th .. $1.25

3200.

Wood piece design, glued

3201.

Original sketch, pencil

3202.

Collage

3203.

Torn Paper Picture

3204.

Model, kit

3205.

Jewelry item

3206.

Christmas or Easter decoration

3207.

Father’s/Mother’s Day artwork/craft

3208.

Useful article made from recycled article (ex. Can, clothing, plastic, etc.)

3209.

Picture made from things found in nature

3210.

Collection of 5 similar things, mounted and labeled

3211.

Decorated paper lunch bag, nutritional theme

3212.

Pressed flower card

3213.

Homemade picture frame

3214.

Article from duct tape

3215.

Photography, 1 picture of pet/animal, mounted with approx 1" border

3216.

Photography, 1 picture of family event, mounted with approx 1" border

3217.

Photography, 1 picture not otherwise listed, mounted with approx 1" border

3218.

Plastic Building Set Design. All entries are to be build & displayed on a lego base, or put into a box/lid.


ENTRIES, measuring more than 12" in any direction, including base/box will not be accepted.

3219.

Salute to a Farmer, arrangement of weeds, etc. in a straw hat

3220.

Not otherwise listed


CLASS 103 - PRIMARY SEWING - 6 & 7 YEARS , AS OF MAY 1ST, CURRENT YEAR

Scoring: Design, Colour, and Material 25%; Workmanship judged from outside of garment 50%; Workmanship judged from inside of garment 25%. Items may be gently used, but must be clean.


Prizes: 1st .. $4.00; 2nd .. $3.00; 3rd .. $2.00; 4th .. $1.25


3240.

Day apparel, top

3241.

Day apparel, bottom

3242.

Day apparel, one piece, (ex. dress, jumper)

3243.

Nightwear, one / two piece

3244.

Quilt, hand or machine

3245.

Pillow or fun cushion

3246.

Stitched toy, not a kit

3247.

Item made from recycled material (ex. material from coat, etc into a toy/clothing)

3248.

Article not otherwise listed

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CLASS 104 - PRIMARY BAKING - 6 & 7 YEARS , AS OF MAY 1ST, CURRENT YEAR

Note: All entries in baking to be displayed on appropriate size plates

NEW THIS YEAR: Baking can be picked up Friday after 8:00 p.m. (Exhibitor’s choice, can be left until end of fair.

Scoring for : Breads & rolls; Tea Biscuits; Cakes & Fruit Bread; Muffins; Cupcakes; Fruit Cake; Cookies; Squares, & Candy: General appearance, 25%; Internal appearance, 25%; Flavour & Aroma 50%

Scoring for : Tarts; Pies; General Appearance 20%; Crust 40%; Filling 40% Scoring for : Decorated Cakes : General Appearance 50%; Workmanship 50% Scoring for : Sensible Snacks: General Appearance 50%; Nutritional Value 50%

Prizes: 1st .. $4.00; 2nd .. $3.00; 3rd .. $2.00; 4th .. $1.25


3260.

Cupcakes. 3, decorated for a party, papers on

3261.

Cookies. plain, 4, 3" diameter iced

3262.

Cookies, peanut butter, 4, 3" diameter

3263.

Cookies, chocolate chip, 4, 3" diameter

3264.

Cake, chocolate, single layer, iced, not decorated

3265.

Cake, novelty, best theme decorated

3266.

Shortbread, scotch, 4

3267.

Shortbread, whipped, 4

3268.

Fudge, chocolate, 4 pieces, 1" squares

3269.

Fudge, candy, 4 pieces, 1" squares, not chocolate

3270.

Peanut Brittle, 4 pieces

3271.

Muffins, 4, with or without fruit , papers removed

3272.

Bread, yeast, white, 1 loaf

3273.

Bread, yeast, whole wheat, 1 loaf

3274.

Bread, yeast, rye, 1 loaf

3275.

Bread, quick, of choice, (named, on the entry tag) ½ loaf

3276.

Biscuits, baking powder, 4

3277.

Butter tarts, raisins, no nuts, 4

3278.

Rice Krispies Sculpture, marshmallow recipe, on a plate

3279.

Baking, not otherwise listed


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CLASS 105 - JUNIOR GARDEN COMPETITION, 8 & 9 YEARS , AS OF MAY 1ST

Prizes: 1st .. $4.00; 2nd .. $3.00; 3rd .. $2.00; 4th ..$1.25 (unless otherwise stated)


3300.

Junior Garden Competition (1st .. $15; 2nd .. $10; 3rd .. $5; 4th .. $ 3; 5th .. $2.

3301.

Beans, 3 pods, (½" stem on)

3302.

Beets, 3. tops removed ½" from crown

3303.

Broccoli, 1 head

3304.

Cabbage, early, 1 head

3305.

Carrots, 4, under 3", ½" stem on

3306.

Carrots, 4, over 3" ½" stem on

3307.

Cauliflower, 1 head

3308.

Celery, 1 head

3309.

Cucumber, slicing, 1


3310.

Cucumber, pickling, 3

3311.

Corn, 1 cob

3312.

Eggplant, 1

3313.

Kohlrabi, 1

3314.

Onions from sets, 3 - ½” stem on

3315.

Peas, 3 pods

3316.

Pepper, 1

3317.

Potatoes, 4 on a plate

3318.

Pumpkin, 1

3319.

Tomatoes, Cherry, green, 3, stems on but clipped

3320.

Tomatoes, Cherry, ripe, 3, stems on but clipped

3321.

Tomatoes, green, 3, stems on but clipped

3322.

Tomatoes, ripe, 3, stems on but clipped

3323.

Turnip, 1

3324.

Zucchini, 1

3325.

Largest Vegetable

3326.

Vegetable, not otherwise listed

3327.

Asters, 3 blooms

3328.

Bachelor Buttons, 3 blooms, stems & foliage

3329.

Calendula, 3 blooms, stems & foliage

3330.

Carnations, 3 stems, foliage, flowers & buds

3331.

Comos. 3 stems/stalks, 1 or more flowers & buds

3332.

Dahlia, 1

3333.

Dianthus, 3 sprays, stems & foliage

3334.

Gladiola, 1 spike

3335.

Lily, 1 stem

3336.

Marigolds, 3, under 2" diameter, with foliage

3337.

Marigolds, 3, 2" - 4" diameter, with foliage

3338.

Marigolds, 3, over 4" diameter. with foliage

3339.

Nasturtium, 3 blooms, stems & foliage

3340.

Pansies, 3 blooms, stems & foliage

3341.

Petunias, doubles, 3 sprays, buds allowed

3342.

Petunias, single. 3 sprays, buds allowed

3343.

Phlox, 3 stems & foliage

3344.

Rose, 1 in a bowl, foliage allowed

3345.

Rudbeckia, 3, stems & foliage

3346.

Sweet Peas, 3 stems/stalks with foliage

3347.

Snapdragons, 3 spikes, one cluster of flowers each

3348.

Sunflower, 1 head

3349.

Zinnias, pom pom, 3 blooms, stems & foliage

3350.

Zinnias, medium, 5 blooms, 2" - 4½", stems & foliage

3351.

Flower not otherwise

3352.

Thanksgiving Centrepiece using flowers from your own garden.

3353.

Garden Display, approx. 12" square variety of vegetables, flowers, etc. displayed in box/basket


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CLASS 106 - JUNIOR CRAFTS 8 & 9 YEARS , AS OF MAY 1ST, CURRENT YEAR


Scoring: General Appearance 15%; Creative Design 15%; Colour & Materials 20%; Workmanship 50% Prizes: 1st .. $4.00; 2nd .. $3.00; 3rd .. $2.00; 4th .. $1.25

3365.

Crocheted article

3366.

Knitted article

3367.

Model kit

3368.

Mask, mixed media

3369.

Christmas tree ornament

3370.

Christmas decoration

3371.

Plastic canvas article

3372.

Needlework, article, e.g. crewel, embroidery, cross-stitch

3373.

Leather craft

3374.

Metalwork

3375.

Woodwork, not a kit

3376.

Any collection, mounted or displayed in an appropriate container not larger than 12 x 12

3377.

Original gift wrapped item

3378.

Original birthday invitation, coloured

3379.

Original painting, framing optional

3380.

Original drawing/sketch - pen/pencil

3381.

Fabric painting or design on clothing item

3382.

Podgecoat craft item

3383.

Fair poster, computer

3384.

Mobile

3385.

Jewelry item

3386.

Christmas or Easter decoration

3387.

Father’s/Mother’s Day artwork/craft

3388.

Useful article made from recycled article (ex. Can, clothing, plastic, etc.)

3389.

Picture made from things found in nature

3390.

Pressed flower card

3391.

Picture frame

3392.

Craft from duct tape

3393.

Photography, 1 picture of pet/animal, mounted with approx 1" border

3394.

Photography, 1 picture of family event, mounted with approx 1" border

3395.

Photography, 1 picture not otherwise listed, mounted with approx 1" border

3396.

Plastic Building Set Design. All entries are to be build & displayed on a lego base, or put into a box/lid.


ENTRIES, measuring more than 12" in any direction, including base/box will not be accepted.

3397.

Salute to a Farmer, arrangement of weeds, etc. in a straw hat

3398.

Craft Not otherwise listed

Scrapbooking

Note: Items must be scrapped in an archival manner (i.e. Using acid free paper [no construction paper] pigment based markers and pens, and photo safe adhesive.) The scrapbook pages should include Journaling which includes dates, names, and places.

Prizes: 1st .. $5.00; 2nd .. $4.00; 3rd ..$3.00 3399. Scrapbook, page on any theme

3400. Scrapbook, two or more co-ordinating pages on a single theme 3401. Scrapbooking, handmade card


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CLASS 107 - JUNIOR SEWING - 8 & 9 YEARS , AS OF MAY 1ST, CURRENT YEAR


Scoring: Design, Colour, and Material 25%; Workmanship judged from outside of garment 50%; Workmanship judged from inside of garment 25% . Items may be gently used, but must be clean.


Prizes: 1st .. $4.00; 2nd .. $3.00; 3rd .. $2.00; 4th .. $1.25


3420.

Day apparel, top

3421.

Day apparel, bottom

3422.

Day apparel, one piece, (ex. dress, jumper)

3423.

Nightwear, one / two piece

3424.

Quilt, hand or machine

3425.

Pillow or fun cushion

3426.

Stitched toy, not a kit

3427.

Item made from recycled material (ex. material from coat, etc into a toy/clothing)

3428.

Article not otherwise listed

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CLASS 108 - JUNIOR BAKING - 8 & 9 YEARS , AS OF MAY 1ST, CURRENT YEAR


Note: All entries in baking to be displayed on appropriate size white plates

Scoring for : Breads & rolls; Tea Biscuits; Cakes & Fruit Bread; Muffins; Cupcakes; Fruit Cake; Cookies; Squares, & Candy: General appearance, 25%; Internal appearance, 25%; Flavour & Aroma 50%

Scoring for : Tarts; Pies; General Appearance 20%; Crust 40%; Filling 40% Scoring for : Decorated Cakes : General Appearance 50%; Workmanship 50% Scoring for : Sensible Snacks: General Appearance 50%; Nutritional Value 50%


Prizes: 1st .. $4.00; 2nd .. $3.00; 3rd .. $2.00; 4th .. $1.25


3440.

Cupcakes. 3, decorated for a party, papers on

3441.

Cookies. plain, 4, 3" diameter iced

3442.

Cookies, peanut butter, 4, 3" diameter

3443.

Cookies, chocolate chip, 4, 3" diameter

3444.

Cake, chocolate, single layer, iced, not decorated

3445.

Cake, novelty, best theme decorated

3446.

Shortbread, scotch, 4

3447.

Shortbread, whipped, 4

3448.

Fudge, chocolate, 4 pieces, 1" squares

3449.

Fudge, candy, 4 pieces, 1" squares, not chocolate

3450.

Peanut Brittle, 4 pieces

3451.

Muffins, 4, with or without fruit , papers removed

3452.

Bread, yeast, white, 1 loaf

3453.

Bread, yeast, whole wheat, 1 loaf

3454.

Bread, yeast, rye, 1 loaf

3455.

Bread, quick, of choice, (named, on the entry tag) ½ loaf

3456.

Biscuits, baking powder, 4

3457.

Butter tarts, raisins, no nuts, 4, prizes sponsored by Oxdrift Women’s Institute

3458.

Rice Krispies Sculpture, marshmallow recipe, on a plate

3459.

Baking, not otherwise listed


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CLASS 109 - YOUTH GARDEN COMPETITION, 10 TO 12 YEARS , AS OF MAY 1ST


Prizes: 1st .. $4.00; 2nd .. $3.00; 3rd .. $2.00; 4th ..$1.25 (unless otherwise stated)


3500.

Youth Garden Competition (1st .. $15; 2nd .. $10; 3rd .. $5; 4th .. $ 3; 5th .. $2.

3501.

Beans, 3 pods, (½" stem on)

3502.

Beets, 3. tops removed ½" from crown

3503.

Broccoli, 1 head

3504.

Cabbage, early, 1 head

3505.

Carrots, 4, under 3", ½" stem on

3506.

Carrots, 4, over 3" ½" stem on

3507.

Cauliflower, 1 head


3508.

Celery, 1 head

3509.

Cucumber, slicing, 1

3510.

Cucumber, pickling, 3

3511.

Corn, 1 cob

3512.

Eggplant, 1

3513.

Kohlrabi, 1

3514.

Onions from sets, 3 - ½” stem on

3515.

Peas, 3 pods

3516.

Pepper, 1

3517.

Potatoes, 4 on a plate

3518.

Pumpkin, 1

3519.

Tomatoes, Cherry, green, 3, stems on but clipped

3520.

Tomatoes, Cherry, ripe, 3, stems on but clipped

3521.

Tomatoes, green, 3, stems on but clipped

3522.

Tomatoes, ripe, 3, stems on but clipped

3523.

Turnip, 1

3524.

Zucchini, 1

3525.

Largest Vegetable

3526.

Vegetable, not otherwise listed

3527.

Asters, 3 blooms

3528.

Bachelor Buttons, 3 blooms, stems & foliage

3529.

Calendula, 3 blooms, stems & foliage

3530.

Carnations, 3 stems, foliage, flowers & buds

3531.

Cosmos. 3 stems/stalks, 1 or more flowers & buds

3532.

Dahlia, 1

3533.

Dianthus, 3 sprays, stems & foliage

3534.

Gladiola, 1 spike

3535.

Lily, 1 stem

3536.

Marigolds, 3, under 2" diameter, with foliage

3537.

Marigolds, 3, 2" - 4" diameter, with foliage

3538.

Marigolds, 3, over 4" diameter. with foliage

3539.

Nasturtium, 3 blooms, stems & foliage

3540.

Pansies, 3 blooms, stems & foliage

3541.

Petunias, doubles, 3 sprays, buds allowed

3542.

Petunias, single. 3 sprays, buds allowed

3543.

Phlox, 3 stems & foliage

3544.

Rose, 1 in a bowl, foliage allowed

3545.

Rudbeckia, 3, stems & foliage

3546.

Sweet Peas, 3 stems/stalks with foliage

3547.

Snapdragons, 3 spikes, one cluster of flowers each

3548.

Sunflower, 1 head

3549.

Zinnias, pom pom, 3 blooms, stems & foliage

3550.

Zinnias, medium, 5 blooms, 2" - 4½", stems & foliage

3551.

Flower not otherwise

3552.

Floral arrangement, using flowers from your garden. Maximum height approx. 12"

3553. Garden Display, approx. 12" square variety of vegetables, flowers, etc. displayed in box/basket


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CLASS 110 - YOUTH CRAFTS 10 TO 12 YEARS , AS OF MAY 1ST, CURRENT YEAR


Scoring: General Appearance 15%; Creative Design 15%; Colour & Materials 20%; Workmanship 50% Prizes: 1st .. $4.00; 2nd .. $3.00; 3rd .. $2.00; 4th .. $1.25

3565.

Crocheted article

3566.

Knitted article

3567.

Model kit

3568.

Mask, mixed media

3569.

Christmas tree ornament

3570.

Christmas decoration

3571.

Plastic canvas article

3572.

Needlework, article, e.g. crewel, embroidery, cross-stitch

3573.

Leather craft

3574.

Metalwork

3575.

Woodwork, not a kit

3576.

Any collection, mounted or displayed in an appropriate container not larger than 12 x 12

3577.

Original gift wrapped item

3578.

Original birthday invitation, coloured

3579.

Original painting, framing optional

3580.

Original drawing/sketch - pen/pencil

3581.

Fabric painting or design on clothing item

3582.

Podgecoat craft item

3583.

Fair poster, computer

3584.

Mobile

3585.

Jewelry item

3586.

Christmas or Easter decoration

3587.

Father’s/Mother’s Day artwork/craft

3588.

Useful article made from recycled article (ex. Can, clothing, plastic, etc.)

3589.

Picture made from things found in nature

3590.

Pressed flower card

3591.

Picture frame

3592.

Craft from duct tape

3593.

Photography, 1 picture of pet/animal, mounted with approx 1" border

3594.

Photography, 1 picture of family event, mounted with approx 1" border

3595.

Photography, 1 picture not otherwise listed, mounted with approx 1" border

3596.

Plastic Building Set Design. All entries are to be build & displayed on a lego base, or put into a box/lid.


ENTRIES, measuring more than 12" in any direction, including base/box will not be accepted.

3597.

Salute to a Farmer, arrangement of weeds, etc. in a straw hat

3598.

Not otherwise listed

Scrapbooking

Note: Items must be scrapped in an archival manner (i.e. Using acid free paper [no construction paper] pigment based markers and pens, and photo safe adhesive.) The scrapbook pages should include Journaling which includes dates, names, and places.

Prizes: 1st .. $5.00; 2nd .. $4.00; 3rd ..$3.00 3599. Scrapbook, page on any theme

3600. Scrapbook, two or more co-ordinating pages on a single theme 3601. Scrapbooking, handmade card


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Class 111 - Youth Sewing - 10 to 12 Years , as of May 1st, current year


Scoring: Design, Colour, and Material 25%; Workmanship judged from outside of garment 50%; Workmanship judged from inside of garment 25%. . Items may be gently used, but must be clean.


Prizes: 1st .. $4.00; 2nd .. $3.00; 3rd .. $2.00; 4th .. $1.25


3620.

Day apparel, top

3621.

Day apparel, bottom

3622.

Day apparel, one piece, (ex. dress, jumper)

3623.

Nightwear, one / two piece

3624.

Quilt, hand or machine

3625.

Pillow or fun cushion

3626.

Stitched toy, not a kit

3627.

Item made from recycled material (ex. material from coat, etc into a toy/clothing)

3628.

Article not otherwise listed


CLASS 112 - YOUTH BAKING - 10 - 12 YEARS , AS OF MAY 1ST, CURRENT YEAR


Note: All entries in baking to be displayed on appropriate size white plates

Scoring for : Breads & rolls; Tea Biscuits; Cakes & Fruit Bread; Muffins; Cupcakes; Fruit Cake; Cookies; Squares, & Candy: General appearance, 25%; Internal appearance, 25%; Flavour & Aroma 50%

Scoring for : Tarts; Pies; General Appearance 20%; Crust 40%; Filling 40% Scoring for : Decorated Cakes : General Appearance 50%; Workmanship 50% Scoring for : Sensible Snacks: General Appearance 50%; Nutritional Value 50%


Prizes: 1st .. $4.00; 2nd .. $3.00; 3rd .. $2.00; 4th .. $1.25


3640.

Cupcakes. 3, decorated for a party, papers on

3641.

Cookies. plain, 4, 3" diameter iced

3642.

Cookies, peanut butter, 4, 3" diameter

3643.

Cookies, chocolate chip, 4, 3" diameter

3644.

Cake, chocolate, single layer, iced, not decorated

3645.

Cake, novelty, best theme decorated

3646.

Shortbread, scotch, 4

3647.

Shortbread, whipped, 4


3648.

Fudge, chocolate, 4 pieces, 1" squares

3649.

Fudge, candy, 4 pieces, 1" squares, not chocolate

3650.

Peanut Brittle, 4 pieces

3651.

Muffins, 4, with or without fruit , papers removed

3652.

Bread, yeast, white, 1 loaf

3653.

Bread, yeast, whole wheat, 1 loaf

3654.

Bread, yeast, rye, 1 loaf

3655.

Bread, quick, of choice, (named, on the entry tag) ½ loaf

3656.

Biscuits, baking powder, 4

3657.

Butter tarts, raisins and nuts, 4

3658.

Rice Krispies Sculpture, marshmallow recipe, on a plate

3659.

Baking, not otherwise listed


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CLASS 113 - TEEN GARDEN COMPETITION, 13 TO 16 YEARS , AS OF MAY 1ST

OR MEMBER FOR 4-H GARDENING CLUB


Prizes: 1st .. $4.00; 2nd .. $3.00; 3rd .. $2.00; 4th ..$1.25 (unless otherwise stated)


3700.

Youth Garden Competition (1st .. $15; 2nd .. $10; 3rd .. $5; 4th .. $ 3; 5th .. $2.

3701.

Beans, 3 pods, (½" stem on)

3702.

Beets, 3. tops removed ½" from crown

3703.

Broccoli, 1 head

3704.

Cabbage, early, 1 head

3705.

Carrots, 4, under 3", ½" stem on

3706.

Carrots, 4, over 3" ½" stem on

3707.

Cauliflower, 1 head

3708.

Celery, 1 head

3709.

Cucumber, slicing, 1

3710.

Cucumber, pickling, 3

3711.

Corn, 1 cob

3712.

Eggplant, 1

3713.

Kohlrabi, 1

3714.

Onions from sets, 3 - ½” stem on

3715.

Peas, 3 pods

3716.

Pepper, 1

3717.

Potatoes, 4 on a plate

3718.

Pumpkin, 1

3719.

Tomatoes, Cherry, green, 3, stems on but clipped

3720.

Tomatoes, Cherry, ripe, 3, stems on but clipped

3721.

Tomatoes, green, 3, stems on but clipped

3722.

Tomatoes, ripe, 3, stems on but clipped

3723.

Turnip, 1

3724.

Zucchini, 1

3725.

Largest Vegetable

3726.

Vegetable, not otherwise listed


3727.

Asters, 3 blooms

3728.

Bachelor Buttons, 3 blooms, stems & foliage

3729.

Calendula, 3 blooms, stems & foliage

3730.

Carnations, 3 stems, foliage, flowers & buds

3731.

Comos. 3 stems/stalks, 1 or more flowers & buds

3732.

Dahlia, 1

3733.

Dianthus, 3 sprays, stems & foliage

3734.

Gladiola, 1 spike

3735.

Lily, 1 stem

3736.

Marigolds, 3, under 2" diameter, with foliage

3737.

Marigolds, 3, 2" - 4" diameter, with foliage

3738.

Marigolds, 3, over 4" diameter. with foliage

3739.

Nasturtium, 3 blooms, stems & foliage

3740.

Pansies, 3 blooms, stems & foliage

3741.

Petunias, doubles, 3 sprays, buds allowed

3742.

Petunias, single. 3 sprays, buds allowed

3743.

Phlox, 3 stems & foliage

3744.

Rose, 1 in a bowl, foliage allowed

3745.

Rudbeckia, 3, stems & foliage

3746.

Sweet Peas, 3 stems/stalks with foliage

3747.

Snapdragons, 3 spikes, one cluster of flowers each

3748.

Sunflower, 1 head

3749.

Zinnias, pom pom, 3 blooms, stems & foliage

3750.

Zinnias, medium, 5 blooms, 2" - 4½", stems & foliage

3751.

Flower not otherwise

3752.

Floral arrangement, using flowers from your garden. Maximum height approx. 12"

3753.

Garden Display, approx. 12" square variety of vegetables, flowers, etc. displayed in box/basket


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CLASS 114 - TEEN CRAFTS 13 TO 16 YEARS , AS OF MAY 1ST, CURRENT YEAR


Scoring: General Appearance 15%; Creative Design 15%; Colour & Materials 20%; Workmanship 50% Prizes: 1st .. $4.00; 2nd .. $3.00; 3rd .. $2.00; 4th .. $1.25


3765.

Crocheted article

3766.

Knitted article

3767.

Model kit

3768.

Mask, mixed media

3769.

Christmas tree ornament

3770.

Christmas decoration

3771.

Plastic canvas article

3772.

Needlework, article, e.g. crewel, embroidery, cross-stitch

3773.

Leather craft

3774.

Metalwork

3775.

Woodwork, not a kit

3776.

Any collection, mounted or displayed in an appropriate container not larger than 12 x 12


3777.

Original gift wrapped item

3778.

Printing sample, ink or pen, 10 lines from any poem/story (published or original)

3779.

Handwriting sample, ink or pen, 10 lines from any poem/story (published or original)

3780.

Original drawing/sketch - pen/pencil

3781.

Original birthday invitation, coloured

3782.

Original painting, framing optional

3783.

Fabric painting or design on clothing item

3784.

Podgecoat craft item

3785.

Fair poster, computer

3786.

Fair poster, hand made

3787.

Mobile

3788.

Jewelry item

3789.

Christmas or Easter decoration

3790.

Father’s/Mother’s Day artwork/craft

3791.

Useful article made from recycled article (ex. Can, clothing, plastic, etc.)

3792.

Picture made from things found in nature

3793.

Pressed flower card

3794.

Picture frame

3795.

Craft from duct tape

3796.

Photography, 1 picture of pet/animal, mounted with approx 1" border

3797.

Photography, 1 picture of family event, mounted with approx 1" border

3798.

Photography, 1 picture not otherwise listed, mounted with approx 1" border

3799.

Plastic Building Set Design. All entries are to be build & displayed on a lego base, or put into a box/lid.


ENTRIES, measuring more than 12" in any direction, including base/box will not be accepted.

3800.

Salute to a Farmer, arrangement of weeds, etc. in a straw hat

3801.

Not otherwise listed


Scrapbooking

Note: Items must be scrapped in an archival manner (i.e. Using acid free paper [no construction paper] pigment based markers and pens, and photo safe adhesive.) The scrapbook pages should include Journaling which includes dates, names, and places.

Prizes: 1st .. $5.00; 2nd .. $4.00; 3rd ..$3.00 3802. Scrapbook, page on any theme

3803. Scrapbook, two or more co-ordinating pages on a single theme

3804. Scrapbooking, handmade card


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CLASS 115 - TEEN SEWING - 13 TO 16 YEARS , AS OF MAY 1ST, CURRENT YEAR


Scoring: Design, Colour, and Material 25%; Workmanship judged from outside of garment 50%; Workmanship judged from inside of garment 25%. . Items may be gently used, but must be clean.


Prizes: 1st .. $4.00; 2nd .. $3.00; 3rd .. $2.00; 4th .. $1.25


3820.

Day apparel, top

3821.

Day apparel, bottom

3822.

Day apparel, one piece, (ex. dress, jumper)

3823.

Nightwear, one / two piece

3824.

Quilt, hand or machine

3825.

Pillow or fun cushion

3826.

Stitched toy, not a kit

3827.

Item made from recycled material (ex. material from coat, etc into a toy/clothing)

3828.

Article not otherwise listed



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CLASS 116 - TEEN BAKING - 13 TO 16 YEARS , AS OF MAY 1ST, CURRENT YEAR


Note: All entries in baking to be displayed on appropriate size white plates

Scoring for : Breads & rolls; Tea Biscuits; Cakes & Fruit Bread; Muffins; Cupcakes; Fruit Cake; Cookies; Squares, & Candy: General appearance, 25%; Internal appearance, 25%; Flavour & Aroma 50%

Scoring for : Tarts; Pies; General Appearance 20%; Crust 40%; Filling 40% Scoring for : Decorated Cakes : General Appearance 50%; Workmanship 50% Scoring for : Sensible Snacks: General Appearance 50%; Nutritional Value 50%


Prizes: 1st .. $4.00; 2nd .. $3.00; 3rd .. $2.00; 4th .. $1.25


3840.

Cupcakes. 3, decorated for a party, papers on

3841.

Cookies. plain, 4, 3" diameter iced

3842.

Cookies, peanut butter, 4, 3" diameter

3843.

Cookies, chocolate chip, 4, 3" diameter

3844.

Cake, chocolate, single layer, iced, not decorated

3845.

Cake, novelty, best theme decorated

3846.

Shortbread, scotch, 4

3847.

Shortbread, whipped, 4

3848.

Fudge, chocolate, 4 pieces, 1" squares

3849.

Fudge, candy, 4 pieces, 1" squares, not chocolate

3850.

Peanut Brittle, 4 pieces

3851.

Muffins, 4, with or without fruit , papers removed

3852.

Bread, yeast, white, 1 loaf

3853.

Bread, yeast, whole wheat, 1 loaf

3854.

Bread, yeast, rye, 1 loaf

3855.

Bread, quick, of choice, (named, on the entry tag) ½ loaf

3856.

Biscuits, baking powder, 4

3857.

Butter tarts, raisins and nuts, 4

3858.

Rice Krispies Sculpture, marshmallow recipe, on a plate

3859.

Baking, not otherwise listed


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CLASS 120 - SPECIAL NEEDS PEOPLE (16 YEARS & UNDER) , WITH ABILITY TO CREATE,



3900.

Stitched item

3901.

Decoration made from items of nature

3902.

Christmas decoration

3903.

Pen or pencil drawing

3904.

Picture collection, 5, mounted, titled and labeled, with narrative

3905.

Craft, not otherwise listed

3906.

Muffins, 3, papers removed

3907.

Favourite squares, 3 pieces, named on tag

3908.

Cookies, 3

3909.

Baking Powder Biscuits, 3

3910.

Quick Bread, ½ loaf

3911.

Baking not otherwise listed

3912.

Photography, 1 picture of pet/animal, mounted with approx 1" border

3913.

Photography, 1 picture of family event, mounted with approx 1" border

3914.

Photography, 1 picture not otherwise listed, mounted with approx 1" border

3915.

Salute to a Farmer, arrangement of weeds, etc. in a straw hat

3916.

Item not otherwise listed


Special needs …


Special people


School Entries


Grades

JK - Grade 12 inclusive


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CLASS 200 - SCHOOL ENTRIES


Note: Students in grades JK through 12 are invited to enter work completed in the school year since the last fair. Bring entry forms to the fair office August 12/13, 2019. The fair office will be open 12 noon

- 9:00 pm.

Articles to be brought to the fair between 9:00 am & 7:00 pm on Wednesday, August 21st. Be sure there are no identifying marks on the work (ex. cover the name)

Prizes: 1st .. $4.00; 2nd .. $3.00; 3rd .. $2.00; 4th .. $1.25


Junior Kindergarten


4001.

Picture Making - only tempera paint - 12" x 18"

4002.

Finger Painting - 12" x 18"

4003.

Printing - first name and numbers 1 -5

4004.

Colour a picture taken from a colouring book, mount on construction paper - 9" x 12"

4005.

Self portrait with a printed sentence - 9" x 12"

4006.

Marble Art - 9" x 12"

4007.

Item N.O.L.


Senior Kindergarten

4051. Picture Making - only tempera paint - 12" x 18" 4052. Finger Painting - 12" x 18"

4053. Printing - first name and numbers 1 -5

4054. Colour a picture taken from a colouring book, mount on construction paper - 9" x 12" 4055. Self portrait with a printed sentence - 9" x 12"

4056. Marble Art - 9" x 12"

4057. Item N.O.L.


Grade 1

4101. Design - using the light and dark tones of the 3 primary colours - 12" x 18" 4102. A picture of an object using four different geometric shapes - 9" x 12" 4103. Printing - at least 6 lines, double spaced

4104. Make a sculptured object from plasticine

4105. Paint a picture about a place you have been, with title (e.g. Gramma’s House; At the cabin; at the fair; etc.)

- 12" x 18"

4106. Make a textured scene - 9" x 12"

4107. Draw and colour a picture that suggests happiness (crayon; paint; or markers) 9"x12" 4108. Special Day Art - e.g. Christmas, Easter, Mother’s Day, Valentine’s Day, Father’s Day 4109. School Project, N.O.L., any subject, include assignment information

4110. Project completed by class / group of students

. Grade 2


4151.

A design using a variety of lines (horizontal, vertical, diagonal, curved) 9" x 12"

4152.

A scene using primary and secondary colours (paint, crayon, or chalk) -12"x18"

4153.

Printing - at least 6 lines

4154.

A textured scene using materials from nature or textiles - 9" x 12"

4155.

Make a sculptured object from plasticine or clay of play dough

4156. Special Day Art - e.g. Christmas, Easter, Mother’s Day, Valentine’s Day, Father’s Day 4157. Poster advertising the fair - 12" x 18"

4158. Pencil Crayon Drawing of one object in nature (e.g. Flower, Bird, Tree, etc)- 9" x 12" 4159. Painting of a seasonal activity - 12" x 18"

4160. School Project, N.O.L., any subject, include assignment information 4161. Project completed by class / group of students

.


Grade 3

4201. A design using a variety of lines (e.g. Thick, thin, broken, dotted) - 9" x 12" 4202. A scene, using paints, showing 3 dimensions

4203. Penmanship - at least 12 lines 4204. Sponge painting design - 9" x 12"

4205. A sculptured object using plasticine or clay or papier-mache.

4206. Collage of one main subject (e.g. Flowers, cars, animals, etc.) - 9"x12" 4207. Theme Poster - pertaining to the Dryden Fair, 12" x 18"

4208. A pencil sketch of an animal (showing some shading) - 9"x12" 4209. School Project, N.O.L., any subject, include assignment information 4210. Project completed by class / group of students

.


Grade 4

4251. A painted scene using colours and design to create a feeling (e.g. Happiness, peacefulness, energy, uneasiness, etc.) 12" x 18"

4252. Sculpt an object using clay or plasticine or papier mache. 4253. Theme Poster - pertaining to the Dryden Fair - 12" x 18"

4254. Printmaking design (may use sponge, or vegetable block or other creative items) 9"x12" 4255. Sketch an object revealing 3 dimensions and shading - 9" x 12"

4256. Special Day Art - e.g. Christmas, Easter, Mother’s Day, Valentines Day, Canada Day, etc. 4257. Textured Design (can use natural materials or textiles, string, yarn, buttons, etc.- 9"x12" 4258. School Project, N.O.L., any subject, include assignment information

4259. Project completed by class / group of students

.


Grade 5

4301. A pencil sketch exhibiting shading and 3 dimensional effects - 9" x 12" 4302. Penmanship - at least 12 lines

4303. Sculpt an object using clay or papier mache or plasticine

4304. Collage of one main subject (e.g. Animals, flowers, cars, sport, etc. - 9"x12" 4305. Theme Poster - pertaining to the Dryden Fair, 12" x 18"

4306. Design using a monochromatic colour scheme(1 colour in different hues and tones)9x12" 4307. Special Day Art - e.g. Christmas, Easter, Mother’s Day, Valentines Day, Canada Day, etc 4308. Painted picture

4309. School Project, N.O.L., any subject, include assignment information 4310. Project completed by class / group of students

.

Grade 6

4351. Picture Making - a scene depicting a local historical event - any media - 12" x 18"

4352. A pencil sketch showing a perspective quality (e.g. buildings, road, railway tracks, etc) in the scene 4353. Collage of one main subject (textured or flat) - 9" x 12"

4354. A sculpture - using clay or plasticine or papier mache 4355. Theme Poster - pertaining to the Dryden Fair, 12" x 18"

4356. Textured design using textured materials or textiles - 9" x 12"

4357. Portrait from a photograph - any media - photo musts be included - 9" x 12" 4358. Penmanship - at least 12 lines

4359. Painted Picture

4360. School Project, N.O.L., any subject, include assignment information 4361. Project completed by class / group of students

.


Grade 7

4401. Picture Making - a scene representing a particular culture using colour, design and texture to indicate a specific effect - 12" x 18"

4402. Penmanship in ink - poem of your choice, between 15 and 20 lines 4403. Abstract design using geometrical shapes - 9" x 12"

4404. Draw and design a park showing at least 3 different activity areas - 12" x 18" 4405. Textured sculpting of an object using clay or papier mache or plasticine

4406. Pencil sketch of an object, using perspective to create the illusion of depth and three dimensions (e.g. ship, building, trees, or fence along a road, train, etc. ) - 9" x 12"

4407. Theme Poster - pertaining to the Dryden Fair, 12" x 18" 4408. Painted Picture

4409. School Project, N.O.L., any subject, include assignment information 4410. Project completed by class / group of students

.


Grade 8

4451. Create a political cartoon - 9" x 12"

4452. Penmanship in ink - poem of your choice, between 15 and 20 lines

4453. Abstract design using 3 different colours, different shapes and textures - 9" x 12" 4454. Illustration for a child’s book (pen and ink, or water colour) 9" x 12"

4455. Sculpture - using either papier mache, clay or plasticine (masks or animals, etc) 4456. Design a textile that denotes a particular culture - 9" x 12"

4457. Theme Poster - pertaining to the Dryden Fair, 12" x 18"

4458. Design a building that would convey ideas to enrich people’s lives - 12" x 18"

4459. Pencil sketch of one item (person, animal, etc) showing shading to create depth and dimensions - 9" x 12" 4460. Painted Picture

4461. School Project, N.O.L., any subject, include assignment information 4462. Project completed by class / group of students

.


Grade 9

4501. Pencil sketch of one item (person, animal, etc) showing shading to create depth and dimensions 4502. Painting

4503. Multimedia Picture/Poster

4504. Collage

4505. Poster, computer generated 4506. Poster, handmade

4507. Paddle, school project 4508. Snow Shoes, school project

4509. Creative Writing, school project 4510. Metal Work, school project

4511. School Project, N.O.L., any subject, include assignment information


Grade 10


4551.

Pencil sketch of one item (person, animal, etc) showing shading to create depth and dimensions

4552.

Painting

4553.

Multimedia Picture/Poster

4554.

Collage

4555.

Poster, computer generated

4556.

Poster, handmade

4557.

Paddle, school project

4558.

Snow Shoes, school project

4559.

Creative Writing, school project

4560.

Metal Work, school project

4561.

School Project, N.O.L., any subject, include assignment information


Grade 11


4601.

Sketch of one item showing shading to create depth and dimensions

4602.

Painting

4603.

Multimedia Picture/Poster

4604.

Sculpture (using paper mache, clay or plasticine)

4605.

Collage

4606.

Paddle, school project

4607.

Snow Shoes, school project

4608.

Creative Writing, school project

4609.

Metal Work, school project

4610.

School Project, N.O.L., any subject, include assignment information

Grade 12


4651.

Sketch showing shading to create depth and dimensions

4652.

Painting

4653.

2D Art Work

4654.

3D Art Work

4655.

Sculpture (using paper mache, clay or plasticine)

4656.

Collage

4657.

Paddle, school project

4658.

Snow Shoes, school project

4659.

Creative Writing, school project

4660.

Metal Work, school project

4661.

School Project, N.O.L., any subject, include assignment information


Congratulations to all our 2019 graduates.


The future is yours to change


Specials for 2019 only Country Fair-Preserves & Baking

Provincial Competitions Adult / Juniors


Cloverbelt Local Food Co-op Specials


Antiques Farm Toy Display

Exhibit in honor of/memory of

CLASS 2019


Note: The following specials are for this year only. BAKING & CANNING

Bernardin Specials: Prizes/Gifts: as donated by Bernardin

BERNARDIN OFFERS FOUR COMPETITION CATEGORIES: Prizes for: Best of Show Home

Canning; a Gift Pack competition; a special award Best Jam/Jelly prepared with Bernardin pectin; and a Bernardin SNAP Lid / Mason Jar Craft competition. All entrants into the contests must submit entries that were made using Bernardin product. For recipes and helpful hints on Home Canning Visit: www.bernardin.ca

Use of Bernardin Mason Jar/SNAP Lid must accompany each entry, as proof of purchase. Bernardin Jam/Jelly award requires Bernardin Pectin package or UPC as proof of purchase.

All entries will be judged on appearance, texture and creativity of recipe and presentation. Decision of the fair judge(s) will be final.


SPECIAL Bernardin Best of Show Award (Judges choice of “ Best Home Canning entry” submitted in a Bernardin mason jar & SNAP Lid) Does not need separate entry. All canning entries are eligible, not just those entered in class 2018. Proof of purchase not necessary.

Prize (provided by sponsor) $30.00 Bernardin Gift Certificate plus Rosette Prize Ribbon


5000. Bernardin Jam

One jar of jam, any flavour, made with Bernardin Pectin. Include recipe & proof of purchase of sponsor’s product. Judging will be based on appearance, taste, texture and recipe creativity.

Prize (paid by DDAS): 1st ..$5.00; 2nd .. $4.00; 3rd .. $3.00


5001. Bernardin Jelly

One jar of jelly, any flavour, made with Bernardin Pectin. Include recipe & proof of purchase of sponsor’s product. Judging will be based on appearance, taste, texture and recipe creativity.

Prize (paid by DDAS): 1st ..$5.00; 2nd .. $4.00; 3rd .. $3.00


SPECIAL Bernardin Jam/Jelly Award

Best jar of jam or jelly as chosen by the judge from sections 5000 & 5001 above.

Prize (provided by sponsor): $20.00 Bernardin Gift Certificate plus Rosette Prize Ribbon


5002. Bernardin Gift Pack Competition

Best Gift Pack submitted using Bernardin mason jar & SNAP LID for preserved items. Winner based on creativity, quality of home canned product, perceived value & appropriateness of presentation.

Prize (provided by sponsor): $20.00 Bernardin Gift Certificate


Judging Standards

  1. Quality of canned food – 30 points

  2. Presentation – 30 points

  3. Perceived value (what would you pay at the retail level for something comparable – 30 points

  4. Overall impression - all components represent a certain theme (i.e. Christmas, birthday, etc) would make a nice gift – 10 points

5003. Bernardin SNAP Lid / Mason Jar Creative Craft Award

Best decorative or functional homemade craft made using a Bernardin mason jar(s) and/or 2-piece SNAP Lid.

Prize (provided by sponsor): $20.00 Bernardin Gift Certificate plus rosette prize ribbon


Country Fair Baking Contests

Prizes and/gifts: as donated by the Sponsors Robin Hood Flour www.robinhood.ca ; Crisco www.criscocanada.com


All entrants into the contests must submit entries that were made using the sponsor’s product.

A product label must accompany each entry, as proof of purchase. ACH Foods will require only one proof of purchase from either Mazola Corn Oil or Bee Hive Corn Syrup

All entries will be judged on appearance, texture, creativity of recipe and presentation. Decision of the fair judge(s) will be final.


5000. Robin Hood Family Favourite Recipe Baking Contest

Best Homemade Cake. Judging will be based on appearance, taste, texture and recipe creativity. Include recipe & proof of purchase of sponsor’s product.

Prizes (provided by sponsor): 1st ...$25.00 Product Certificate & Rosette Ribbon 2nd ... $10.00

Product Certificate & Rosette Ribbon


5001. Robin Hood Best Lunchbox Snack Contest

Best Homemade cookies, squares or bars. Judging will be based on appearance, taste, texture and recipe creativity. Include recipe & proof of purchase of sponsor’s product.

Prize (provided by sponsor): 1st ...$25.00 Product Certificate & Rosette Ribbon ; 2nd ... $10.00 Product Certificate & Rosette Ribbon


5002. Crisco Family Favourite

Best Homemade Tarts - any recipe. Judging will be based on appearance, taste, texture and recipe creativity. Include recipe & proof of purchase of sponsor’s product.

Prizes (provided by sponsor): 1st ... $25.00 Product Certificate & Rosette Ribbon ; 2nd .. $10.00 Product Certificate & Rosette Ribbon


CLOVERBELT LOCAL FOOD COOP SPECIALS


5035.

Junior Preserve with local ingredients (exhibitor 16 or under)


Age Divisions: (as of Jan. 1) Prizes: 1st...$15.00; 2nd...$10.00; 3rd...$5.00

5036.

Baked Item with local ingredients Prizes: 1st...$25 gift card; 2nd...$10; 3rd...$5

5037

Most creative use of local ingredients. Prizes: 1st...$25 gift card; 2nd...$10; 3rd $5.


ANTIQUES


5038.

Garden Tool

5039.

Cream & Sugar Set

5040.

Christmas Ornament

5041.

Crochet Hook

5042.

Sewing Thimble

5043.

Broach

5044.

Canning Jar

5045.

Pipe

5046.

Woman’s Handkerchief

5047.

Book

5048.

N.O.L. Judge may divide into sections depending on variety of entries


FARM TOY SHOW

Theme: Farming, celebrating rural ontario Display Size approx. 3' x 4'

Materials: Set up on a sturdy base

Display must have: a minimum of 8 pieces of equipment and a Canadian Flag Using small (ex 1:64 scale) farm toy equipment

Judged on: Buildings & Landscape; originality & creativity; realism & authenticity; neatness & overall effectiveness Enter by Age Category

5049.

Junior 10 to 12 years

5050.

Youth 13 to 16 years

5051.

Adult 17 to 64 years

5052.

Senior 65 years & over


IN HONOUR/IN MEMORY OF : Do you have a something that was made by a friend/relative that has passed that you would like to enter in our fair to honor them. Write on the tag, that you are entering in honour/memory of and

put the name of the person that completed the work.


5053. Article in honour/memory of Depending on variety of items entered, the judge may divide this class

into various sections.


PROVINCIAL COMPETITIONS - ADULT, 4-H & JUNIOR


NOTE: Please check the rules for each competition. Some qualify locally, then at District level, and then to OAAS; others will go direct from the local level to the OAAS Convention. The secretary will make arrangements to have the winning items delivered to District Level and / or OAAS convention as required.


Prizes @ the local fair: 1st . $5.00; 2nd .. $4.00; 3rd .. $3.00

Prizes for District / Provincial level will be in each description.


6000.

Butter Tart Competition

6001.

Plain Chocolate Chip Cookie Competition (Youth)

6002.

Junior Poster Competition (Up to & including grade 4)

6003.

Intermediate Poster Competition (Grade 5 to 8 inclusive)

6004.

Senior Poster Competition (Grade 9 to 12 inclusive)

SPECIAL Hand Quilting SPECIAL Machine Quilting


Section 6000 : Butter Tarts Competition (Includes raisins, no nuts or other fruit)

Entry Rules: (1 - 3 for Local Fair; 4 - 9 for 1st place entry going to District/Convention) For local fair: Prizes: 1st...$5.00; 2nd ... $4.00; 3rd ... $3.00

  1. Entry must be solely made by the person entering the competition. (Including pastry)

  2. The size of the tarts must be full size tarts. (No mini or bite size tarts)

  3. A total of 5 tarts will be required to be shown..

  4. No nuts or any other fruit. Only raisins are to be included.

  5. Tart must be on a clean paper plate inside of a clear plastic bag.


    For first place entry going to District - a DDAS Rep will take eligible items


  6. The entrant must have won the Butter Tart Competition at the local Fair/Exhibition to be eligible to enter the District Competition.

  7. The size of the tarts must be full size tarts. (No mini or bite size tarts)

  8. A total of 5 tarts will be required to be shown..

  9. No nuts or any other fruit. Only raisins are to be included.

  10. Tart must be on a clean paper plate inside of a clear plastic bag.

  11. Prize money to be paid by the District.


    For first place entry at District going to Convention - a DDAS or District Rep will take eligible items

  12. The entrant must have won the District Competition to be eligible to enter the Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies Competition at the convention in February 2019.

  13. In the case where the District winner is unable to send an entry to the convention, then the 2nd prize district winner will be eligible to enter.

  14. The size of the tarts must be full size tarts. (No mini or bite size tarts)

  15. A total of 5 tarts will be required to be shown..

  16. No nuts or any other fruit. Only raisins are to be included.

  17. Tart must be on a clean paper plate inside of a clear plastic bag with the exhibitor’s name address, and District represented using the entry tag provided.

  18. 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place entries will not be returned to exhibitor but will be placed for auction at the convention.

  19. Entries will be received at the Convention, according tot he convention schedule. Judging will commence at 9:30 a.m. Tarts will be judged according to OAAS Homecraft Judging Standards.


Provincial Prize Money - 1st $50.00 2nd - $30.00 3rd - $20.00 donated by Gay Lea Foods Cooperative Rules for 2019 Fairs & 2020 Convention**


Section 6001 : Plain Chocolate Chip Cookie Competition (Youth ) Plain Chocolate Chip Cookie Competition (no nuts)

Entry Rules: (1 - 3 for Local Fair; 4 - 14 for 1st place entry going to District/Convention)


  1. Contest is open to youth up to 15 years (as of December 31 of current year).

  2. One class only.

  3. Four cookies no larger than 3" (6.75 cm), and no smaller than 2" (5cm), to be shown at local fair.


    District Competition ( a rep from DDAS will take the entry to District and Convention)


  4. The winner from each Fair/Exhibition will be eligible to enter at the District Competition.

  5. District entry must consist of 8 cookies displayed on a firm, disposable plate.

  6. Plain chocolate chip cookies, no nuts, must be no larger than 3" (6.75 cm) & no smaller than 2" (5 cm).

  7. Prize money to be paid by the District.

    Provincial Competition

  8. The entrant must be the winner from the District Competition.

  9. In the case where the district winner is unable to send an entry to the convention, then the 2nd place District winner will be eligible to enter.

  10. The entry for the Convention must consist of 8 cookies displayed on a plate provided by the OAAS Chocolate Chip Cookie Committee.

  11. Plain Chocolate Chip Cookies, with no nuts, must be no larger than 3" (6.75 cm) no smaller than 2" (5 cm).

  12. The entry must be tagged with the exhibitor's name, address and District represented using the entry tag provided.

  13. Cookies will be judged according to the OAAS Homecraft Judging Standards.

  14. Entries will be received at the Convention according to the convention schedule. Judging will commence at 9:00 am to 9:30 a.m.

Provincial Prize Money:

1st - $20.00 2nd - $15.00 3rd - $10.00 with 12 prizes of $5.00 These are the rules for 2019 Fairs & 2020 Convention

Section 6002: Junior Poster Competition Up to & including Grade 4 JUNIOR POSTER COMPETITION “Original hand made design”

Entry Rules: (1 - 4 for Local Fair; 5 - 8 for 1st place entry going to District/Convention) For local fair: (Prizes: 1st... $4.00; 2nd ... $3.00; 3rd ... $2.00; 4th ... $1.25)


  1. “Promoting Your Fair” – Name and date of fair must be clearly shown on poster.

  2. Must be hand drawn.

  3. Poster size: Minimum – approximately 22cm X 28cm. without border. Maximum – approximately 28cm X 44cm, without border

  4. Each entry must be centered on CARDSTOCK or BRISTOL BOARD exposing approximately a 5.5 cm border on all four sides.


    For first place entry going to District and/or convention DDAS Rep will take eligible items.

  5. Name of fair, district #, contact person, owner of poster, complete mailing address must be clearly labeled on the back of each entry.

  6. The winning poster from each class at each fair will be eligible to enter the district competition. District winners are eligible to enter at the provincial competition.

  7. Limited to ONE entry per class per DISTRICT. Each district to hold a competition prior to Annual Convention.

  8. Entries to be delivered to the Ballroom on Friday morning of the convention between 7:30am –8:30am. Judging will commence at 9:00am. Posters must be picked up between 5:00pm and 5:30 pm Friday evening.


NOTE: Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies will not be responsible for lost items. Judging Standards

  1. Overall Appearance – 50 points

  2. Hand Drawn – 35 points

  3. OAAS Criteria (size, material, theme) – 15 points


Prizes

1st $25.00 2nd $15.00 3rd $10.00

Prizes donated by Thrill Show Productions Inc., Dorchester, ON.

Rules for 2019 Fairs & 2020 Convention

Section 6003: Intermediate Poster Competition - Original hand made design


Entries include youth, Grade 5 to Grade 8 inclusive

Entry Rules: (1 - 4 for Local Fair; 5 - 8 for 1st place entry going to District/Convention) For local fair: Prizes: 1st ... $4.00; 2nd ... $3.00 ; 3rd ... $2.00 ; 4th ... $ 1.25


  1. “Promoting Your Fair” – Name and date of fair must be clearly shown on poster.

  2. Must be hand drawn.

  3. Poster size: Minimum – approximately 22cm X 28cm, without border Maximum – approximately 28cm X 44cm, without border

  4. Each entry must be centered on a CARDSTOCK or BRISTOL BOARD exposing approximately a 5.5cm border on all four sides.


    For first place entry going to District and/or convention DDAS Rep will take eligible items.

  5. Name of fair, district #, contact person, owner of poster, complete mailing address must be clearly labeled on the back of each entry.

  6. The winning poster from each class at each fair will be eligible to enter the district competition. District winners are eligible to enter at the provincial competition.

  7. Limited to ONE entry per class per DISTRICT. Each district to hold a competition prior to annual Convention.

  8. Entries to be delivered to the ballroom on Friday morning of the convention between 7:30am –8:30am. Judging will commence at 9:00am. Posters must be picked up between 5:00pm and 5:30pm Friday evening.


NOTE: Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies will not be responsible for lost items.

Judging Standards

  1. Overall Appearance – 50 points

  2. Hand Drawn – 35 points

  3. OAAS Criteria (Size, material, theme)– 15 points


Prizes

1st $25.00 2nd $15.00 3rd $10.00

Prizes donated by Thrill Show Productions Inc., Dorchester, ON.

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Section 6004: Senior Poster Competition - Original hand made design


Entries include youth, Grade 9 to Grade 12 inclusive ~

Entry Rules: (1 - 4 for Local Fair; 5 - 8 for 1st place entry going to District/Convention) For local fair: (Prizes: 1st ... $4.00; 2nd ... $3.00; 3rd ... $2.00 ; 4th ... $1.25


  1. “Promoting Your Fair” – Name and date of fair must be clearly shown on poster.

  2. Must be hand drawn.

  3. Poster size: Minimum – approximately 22cm X 28cm, without border Maximum – 28cm X 44cm, without border

  4. Each entry must be centered on a CARDSTOCK or BRISTOL BOARD exposing approximately a

    5.5 cm border on all four sides.


    For first place entry going to District and/or convention DDAS Rep will take eligible items

  5. .Name of fair, district #, contact person, owner of poster, complete mailing address must be clearly labeled on the back of each entry.

  6. The winning poster from each class at each fair will be eligible to enter the district competition. District winners are eligible to enter at the provincial competition.

  7. Limited to ONE entry per class per DISTRICT. Each district to hold a competition prior to annual Convention.

  8. Entries to be delivered to the Ballroom on Friday morning of the convention between 7:30am –8:30am. Judging will commence at 9:00am. Posters must be picked up between 5:00pm and 5:30pm Friday evening.


NOTE: Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies will not be responsible for lost items.

Judging Standards

  1. Overall Appearance – 50 points

  2. Hand Drawn – 35 points

  3. OAAS Criteria (size, material, theme)– 15 points


Prizes

1st $25.00 2nd $15.00 3rd $10.00

Prizes donated by Thrill Show Productions Inc., Dorchester, ON.

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SPECIAL : Hand Quilting


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Does not require a tag, will be chosen by the Judge from all fair entries.


Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies

Annual Hand Quilted Championship Quilt

Eligibility, Rules and Regulations General Conditions

  1. Entries must be solely made and hand quilted by the exhibitor and exhibited and judged at a local Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies (OAAS) fair to be eligible for this competition .

  2. Entry quilts must be a minimum of 324” measured on the perimeter (smaller quilts will not be eligible to proceed to the next level of competition.)

  3. The winner’s name and pattern to be displayed at the Fair on sign provided by OAAS.

  4. Judging will occur at local fairs and district levels. A Provincial Grand Champion Quilt will be selected at the Annual OAAS Convention.

  5. Upon making an entry into the Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies Quilt Competition, the Exhibitor agrees to participate in any promotional activities related to the competition.

  6. The winning Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies Champion Quilt will not be eligible to compete in any future District and/or Convention OAAS competition.


Local Fair Competitions

  1. Each local fair is entitled to send only the GRAND CHAMPION QUILT, (min. 324” measured on the perimeter) judged the best of show of all eligible hand quilted quilts to the District Competition. OR

    If any entry wins GRAND CHAMPION or BEST of ALL ELIGIBLE QUILTS at more than one Fair, the other Fairs at which this quilt was entered and won, should enter their RESERVE CHAMPION or SECOND BEST OF SHOW OF ALL CLASSES quilt in the District Competition.

    NOTE: If an Exhibitor wins GRAND CHAMPION or BEST of SHOW of ALL ELIGIBLE quilts at other than his/her own fair, or at more than one Fair, the Exhibitor must consider the Agricultural Society nearest his/her home address as the one from which the quilt will be sent to the District meeting.


  2. An Exhibitor who wins more than one Best of Show title with a different quilt at different Fairs shall be entitled to enter each winning quilt to compete at the District Competition.

  3. Local Homecraft Divisions are requested to judge a GRAND CHAMPION or BEST of SHOW of all ELIGIBLE quilts. As well as RESERVE Grand Champion or SECOND Best of Show of all ELIGIBLE quilts.

The GRAND CHAMPION and the RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION are judged from all first and second prize ELIGIBLE quilts.


For first place entry going to District and/or convention DDAS Rep will take eligible items.

District Competitions

  1. Judging quilts at the District Competitions will be the responsibility of each OAAS District.

  2. The first place winning hand quilted quilt from the District Competition is eligible to enter the Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies Championship Quilt Competition at their Annual Convention.

    In cases where the winner of the District First Prize Quilt decides not to enter the Final Championship Competition, the Second Prize quilt winner at the District Competition will be eligible.

  3. The Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies will award a ribbon and each District will award prize

money of $25 for First Place, $15 for Second and $10 for Third to Exhibitors of winning hand quilted quilts at each District Competition.

4. District results must be registered on the OAAS Championship Quilt Entry Form, returned to the OAAS c/o Vince Brennan, by December 1st


Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies Championship Quilt Competition

  1. Judges who officiate the Championship Quilt Competition at the Annual Convention will be appointed by the Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies.

  2. All quilts, entered in the competition must be hand quilted.

  3. All quilt entries must be received for judging by the Competition Coordinator in the designated room between 7:30am to 8:30am on Friday of the Annual Convention of the OAAS.

  4. The Competition Coordinator will assign a number for each entry. Entries will only be identified by this number during the judging process.

  5. No Exhibitor shall be permitted to place or attach any Fair or other Exhibition identification on their quilt entry. Please remove all tags, ribbons, etc.

  6. No persons other than the judges and designated officials will be permitted to enter the designated judging room until after the quilt judging and winner has been announced.

  7. Any Exhibitor or any person acting on behalf of the Exhibitor who violates any of the Rules and Regulations or who interferes with the judges or the judging process, shall be disqualified and the quilt will be removed from the competition.

  8. No quilt exhibit shall be removed from the display viewing area until the official closing of the viewing room and designated time of pick up.

  9. The OAAS shall not be held liable for any loss occasioned by fire, theft, accident, condition of quilt, the negligence of other Exhibitors, officials or otherwise.

  10. Any protests must be made to the Homecraft Committee of the Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies in writing within 5 working days after the last day of the Convention.

  11. The entry judged BEST of SHOW at the February Convention will be declared the OAAS CHAMPIONSHIP QUILT.


PRIZES:


1st ... $500.00 GRAND PRIZE will be awarded and the Exhibitor will retain ownership of the quilt. A certificate and ribbon will also be awarded to the winner.


2nd ... $100 RESERVE GRAND PRIZE will be awarded and the Exhibitor will retain ownership of the quilt.


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SPECIAL : Machine Quilted Quilt Competition

Does not require a tag, will be chosen by the Judge from all fair entries


Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies

Annual Machine-Quilted Quilt Competition

Eligibility, Rules and Regulations General Conditions

  1. Quilt/ must be solely made and machine quilted by the exhibitor and exhibited and judged at a local Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies (OAAS) fair to be eligible for this competition.

  2. Quilt/ to be measured on the perimeter. Total perimeter measurement to be a minimum of 324 inches Note the quilt can be square, rectangular, etc.

  3. Judging will occur at local fairs and district levels. A Provincial Grand Champion Machine Quilted Quilt will be selected at the Annual OAAS Convention.

  4. Upon making entry into the OAAS Machine Quilting Competition, the Exhibitor agrees to participate in any promotional activities related to the competition.

  5. The winning OAAS Machine Quilted Quilt will not be eligible to compete in any future District and/or OAAS Provincial competition.

  6. The winner’s name to be displayed at the Fair on sign provided by OAAS.

  7. Quilt must have visible machine quilting.


Local Fair Competitions

  1. Each local fair is entitled to send only one Grand Champion Machine-Quilted Quilt , judged best of show of all eligible machine quilted Quilt to the District Competition OR

    If any entry wins Grand Champion or Best of Show of all eligible Machine-Quilted Quilts at more than one Fair, the other Fairs at which this item was entered and won, should enter their Reserve Champion or Second Best of Show of eligible Machine-Quilted Quilt in the District Competition.


    NOTE: If an Exhibitor wins Grand Champion or Best of Show of all eligible Machine-Quilted classes at other than his/her own fair, or at more than one Fair, the Exhibitor must consider the Agricultural Society nearest his/her home address as the one from which the Quilt will be sent to the District competition.


  2. An Exhibitor who wins more than one Best of Show title with a different machine quilted Quilt at different Fairs shall be entitled to enter each winning Quilt to compete at the District Competition.

  3. Local Homecraft Divisions are requested to judge a Grand Champion or Best of Show of all eligible Machine-Quilted Quilt as well as a Reserve Champion or Second Best of Show of eligible Machine-Quilted Quilt.


NOTE: The Grand Champion and the Reserve Grand Champion are judged from all first and second prize ELIGIBLE machine quilted Quilts.


For first place entry going to District and/or convention DDAS Rep will take eligible items.

District Competitions

  1. Judging at the District Competitions will be the responsibility of each OAAS District.

  2. The first place winning machine quilted Quilt from the District Competition is eligible to enter the OAAS

    Championship Machine Quilting Competition at the Annual Convention. In cases where the winner of the District first prize machine quilted Quilt decides not to enter the Final Championship Competition, the Second Prize Quilt winner at the District Competition will be eligible.

  3. The Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies will award a ribbon and the District will award prize money of $25 for First Place, $15 for Second and $10 for Third to Exhibitors of winning hand quilted quilts at each District Competition.

  4. All District entries must be registered on the OAAS Championship Machine Quilting Entry Form, returned to the OAAS Secretary, by December 1.


OAAS Championship Machine Quilting Competition

  1. Judges who officiate the Championship Machine Quilting Competition at the Annual Convention will be appointed by the OAAS.

  2. All articles entered in the competition must be machine quilted.

  3. All entries must be received for judging by the competition coordinator in the designated room between 7:30am to 8:30am on the Friday of the Annual Convention of OAAS.

  4. The competition coordinator will assign a number for each entry. This number will only identify entries during the judging process.

  5. No exhibitor shall be permitted to place or attach any Fair or other Exhibitor identification on his or her entry. Please remove all tags, ribbons, etc.

  6. No persons other than the judges and designated officials will be permitted to enter the designated judging room until after the judging and winner has been announced.

  7. Any Exhibitor or any person acting on behalf of the Exhibitor who violates any of the Rules and Regulations or who interferes with the judges or the judging process shall be disqualified and the entry will be removed from the competition.

  8. No machine quilted Quilt shall be removed from the display viewing area until the official closing of the viewing room and designated time of pick up.

  9. The OAAS shall not be held liable for any loss occasioned by fire, theft, accident, condition of article, the negligence of other Exhibitors, officials or otherwise.

  10. Any protests must be made to the Homecraft Division of the OAAS in writing within 5 working days after the last day of the Convention.

  11. The entry judged Best of Show at the February Convention will be declared the OAAS Champion Machine Quilted Quilt


PRIZES:

1st ... $500.00 GRAND CHAMPION PRIZE will be awarded and the exhibitor will retain ownership of the entry. A certificate and ribbon will also be awarded to the winner.


2nd ... $100.00 RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION PRIZE will be awarded and the exhibitor will retain ownership of the entry.


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HORSE SHOW



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Horse Show - General Rules

Note: See the fair program for show schedule


Prizes: Class 400 - 450: 1st ... $10.00; 2nd ... $8.00; 3rd .. $6.00; 4th ... $4.00

Class 460, Sections 7150 - 7152: 1st ... $10.00; 2nd ... $8.00; 3rd ... $6.00; 4th ... $4.00 Class 460, Sections, 7153 - 7162: 1st ... $14.00; 2nd ... $10.00; 3rd ... $8.00

Class 460, Sections 7163-7168: 1st ...$22.00; 2nd ... $20.00; 3rd ... $14.00 Class 460, Sections 7169 - 7174: 1st ... $30.00; 2nd ... $24.00; 3rd ... $18.00


  1. Canadian Equestrian Federation Rules will be followed, however, the Judge and/or Ring Steward decision's are final.


  2. Proper attire mandatory for all classes both days. Judging starts at 10:00 a.m. Friday and 9:00 a.m. Saturday


  3. FEE - $10.00 D.D.A.S. membership, for all exhibitors 17 years & over.. Stake classes, extra fee, as stated on entry form.


  4. Entries taken at the fair office Monday & Tuesday, the week prior to the fair, 12 noon to 9:00p.m. Entry sheets can be mailed to: DDAS, R R # 3, Ste 300, Box 4, Dryden, ON P8N 3G2, or emailed to info@drydenfair.ca . Separate entry for each horse & exhibitor combination. Include horses name or if entering online send email with horses name for each entry. Late entry fee of $20 may be charged.


  5. Horses are confined to the Show Ring area and are not to be ridden around fairgrounds. Riding outside the area can result in disqualification from the show without reimbursement.


  6. Age Divisions: (as of Jan. 1) Children - 9 years and under Junior - 10 to 12 years Youth - 13 to 16 years Young Adult - 17 -19 years Adult 20 - 39 years

    Senior - 40 years & over Open - All ages


  7. Points will be given toward High Point Awards on the first six placings in all classes except Specials and Stake Classes. Awards will be presented at the DDAS Annual Awards Night; Payout for 1st to 4th place will be mailed; Ribbons and pay out for stake classes will be presented at the end of the class.


  8. Class changes must be made in person to the show secretary no later than two classes in advance. There will be no refunds on canceled or scratched classes.


  9. Only classes indicated “Open”' are for all age divisions.


  10. There must be a separate entry form for each horse and rider combination and for each driver and horse / team.

  11. No entry fee charged for Walk-Trot & Leadline Classes for children. BUT competitors WILL NOT be allowed to enter any other classes on that day.


CLASS 400 - CHILDRENS HORSEMANSHIP (9 YEARS & UNDER JAN 1. CURRENT YEAR)


7000.

Showmanship at halter

7001.

Western Pleasure

7002.

Horsemanship

7003.

Trail

7004.

Command

7005.

Keyhole

7006.

Stake Race

7007.

Pole Bending

7008.

Skudahoe

7009.

Barrels

7010.

Arena Race

7011.

Jumping Figure 8's

7012.

Mystery class

7013.

Costume Class


CLASS 410 - JUNIOR HORSEMANSHIP (10 - 12 YEARS , JAN 1. CURRENT YEAR)


7025.

Showmanship at Halter

7026.

Western Pleasure

7027.

Horsemanship

7028.

Trail

7029.

Command

7030.

Keyhole

7031.

Stake Race

7032.

Pole Bending

7033.

Skudahoe

7034.

Barrels

7035.

Arena Race

7036.

Jumping Figure 8's

7037.

Mystery class

7038.

Costume Class


CLASS 420 - YOUTH HORSEMANSHIP (13 - 16 YEARS , JAN.1 CURRENT YEAR)


7050.

Showmanship at halter

7051.

Western Pleasure

7052.

Horsemanship

7053.

Trail

7054.

Command

7055.

Keyhole

7056.

Stake Race

7057.

Pole Bending

7058.

Skudahoe


7059.

Barrels

7060.

Arena Race

7061.

Jumping Figure 8's

7062.

Mystery class

7063.

Costume Class


CLASS 430 - YOUNG ADULT HORSEMANSHIP (17 TO 19 , JAN 1, CURRENT YEAR)


7075.

Showmanship at halter

7076.

Western Pleasure

7077.

Horsemanship

7078.

Trail

7079.

Command

7080.

Keyhole

7081.

Stake Race

7082.

Pole Bending

7083.

Skudahoe

7084.

Barrels

7085.

Arena Race

7086.

Jumping Figure 8's

7087.

Mystery class

7088.

Costume Class


CLASS 440 - ADULT HORSEMANSHIP (20 TO 39, JAN 1, CURRENT YEAR)


7100.

Showmanship at halter

7101.

Western Pleasure

7102.

Horsemanship

7103.

Trail

7104.

Command

7105.

Keyhole

7106.

Stake Race

7107.

Pole Bending

7108.

Skudahoe

7109.

Barrels

7110.

Arena Race

7111.

Jumping Figure 8's

7112.

Mystery class

7113.

Costume Class


CLASS 450 - SENIOR HORSEMANSHIP (40 & OVER, , JAN 1, CURRENT YEAR)


7125.

Showmanship at halter

7126.

Western Pleasure

7127.

Horsemanship

7128.

Trail

7129.

Command


7130.

Keyhole

7131.

Stake Race

7132.

Pole Bending

7133.

Skudahoe

7134.

Barrels

7135.

Arena Race

7136.

Jumping Figure 8's

7137.

Mystery class

7138.

Costume Class


CLASS 460 - HORSEMANSHIP, OPEN (ALL AGES)

7150.

Grade Mares

7151.

Grade Geldings

7152.

Ponies, 9.3 HH to 14.2 HH

7153.

Miniature - Mare & Foal of Calendar Year

7154.

Miniature - Mare

7155.

Miniature - Gelding

7156.

Draft Mare & Foal of Calendar Year

7157.

Draft - Mare

7158.

Draft - Gelding

7159.

Showmanship, Miniature, Junior 14 & under

7160.

Showmanship, Miniature, Senior, 15 & over

7161.

Showmanship, Draft, Junior, 14 & under

7162.

Showmanship, Draft, Senior, 15 & over

7163.

Miniature - Single Hitch

7164.

Miniature - Team Hitch

7165.

Miniature - Best Dressed, Groomed & Mannered

7166.

Miniature - Lady’s Driving Competition

7167.

Miniature - Men’s Driving Competition

7168.

Miniature - Jr. Driving Competition (16 & under)

7169.

Draft - Single Hitch

7170.

Draft - Team Hitch

7171.

Draft - Best Dressed, Groomed & Mannered

7172.

Draft - Lady’s Driving Competition

7173.

Draft - Men’s Driving Competition

7174.

Draft - Jr. Driving Competition (16 & under)