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101 ANNUAL FAIR
KENORA AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY
ANNUAL
FLOWER & AGRICULTURAL
EXHIBITION
st
101 ANNUAL FAIR
AUGUST 2nd, 3rd, 4th
2012
KENORA RECREATION CENTRE
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NOTICE
REGISTRATIONS
MICHAEL SMITH FITNESS
CENTRE
12:00 NOON – 9:00 PM
FRIDAY
JULY 27TH, 2012
ENTRANCE BY
SIDE DOOR ONLY
You can also register on line at
www.kenorafair.ca
THIS BOOK GOOD FOR 2012
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ADMISSION
TO THE FAIR
IS
$5.00
FOR EVERYONE
CHILDREN
7 AND UNDER
FREE
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ENTERTAINMENT
SELECT SHOWS MIDWAY
THURSDAY – 6:00 PM – 12:00 MIDNIGHT
FRIDAY – 4:00 PM – 12:00 MIDNIGHT
SATURDAY – 12:00 PM TO 12:00 MIDNIGHT
ENTERTAINMENT FOR THURSDAY EVENING
“TO BE ANNOUNCED”
Thursday 7:30 – 9:30
ERIC MILLER “THE JUGGLER”
FRIDAY & SATURDAY
ALYSEN GERMAN & FAMILY
FRIDAY 7:30 – 9:30
JERRY OSSACHUK
&
THE DINNER JACKETS
SATURDAY 7:30 - 9:30
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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CONTENT
Notice of Registration
Admission Fees
Entertainment
Table of Contents
Executive & Directors
Past Presidents & OMAFRA Awards of Merit
Volunteers
2011 Trophy Winners
Rules and Regulations
Placing, Removing and Judging Exhibits
General Regulations
Home Grounds and Gardens Competition
Children’s Garden Competition & Business Garden & Grounds Competition
Points for Home Grounds Competition
Class 1 – Farm Produce
Commercial Feature & Class 7 – Poultry, Pet Stock
Tips for Horticultural Exhibitors
Class 8 & 9 – Garden Vegetables
Class 10 – Children’s Garden Vegetables
Class11 & 12 – Flower Division
Class 13- Children’s Flowers
Class 14 – Fruit Local Grown
Class 14A – Homemade Wine
Class 15 – Food Division – Special Awards
Class 16 – Food Division
60% Whole Wheat Bread Competition & Plain Chocolate Chip Cookie
Competition
Class 17A – Clothing – Girl’s & Class 17B - Ladies Wear
Class 18 – Clothing – Boy’s and Men’s Wear
Class 19 - Baby and Children’s Wear
Class 20 – Heavy Sweaters & Class 21 Needle Work
Class 22 - Home Accessories
Class 23 – Quilts and Quilting
Class 24 – Miscellaneous
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OAAS Wall Hanging Competition & Hand Quilted
Championship
Class 24 – Miscellaneous
Class 24A – Plastic Canvas & Class 24B Scrap Booking
Class 25A – Christmas Corner
Class 25B – Halloween Corner
Class 26 – Senior Citizens – 65 and over
Class 27 – Beading and Leather Work
Class 28 – Art
Class 29 – Crafts
Class 30 – Gift Wrapping
Class 31 – Ceramics
Class 32 Home and School Competition
“Promote your Fair” Youth Poster Competition
Class 33A & B – Photography
Class 34 – Special Needs Children
Family Scarecrow Competition
Big Max Pumpkin Contest
Horseshoe Competition
Donations
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KENORA AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY
EXECUTIVE AND DIRECTORS
2011
President ……………………. Carol Kurtz
First Vice President ….……… Gloria Mejia
Second Vice President………. Joyce Wyder
Treasurer…………………….. Carey Belair
Secretary …………………… Chris Madison
548-5254
548-5554
548-5985
468-6303
543-2222
P.O. Box 346
Kenora, ON
P9N 3X4
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Anna Biczok
Ange Schussler
Jane Belair
Randy Kurtz
Terry Kurtz
Eileen Portier
Adi Limpach
Gerry Limpach
Eileen Portier
Verna Sundnes
Paul Wyder
Doug Kurtz
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KENORA AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY
PAST PRESIDENTS: 1911 – 1991
C.W. Chadwick
Wm Greenwood
George Page
Frederick Rivers
James Duffus
William Ebbie Heath
E.W. Byers
A.R. Ascough
F. Tanner
W. Kelso
Harold Jackson
Joe Garrow
J. Treleaven
J. D. Vance
Cecil Edwards.
Gordon Olson
Bert Alcock
Dave Innard
Randy Kurtz
ONTARIO MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE
AND FOOD
AWARDS OF MERIT
George Page
Harry Webster
Mrs George A, McKenzie
A.R. Ascough
Mrs J.L.McLeod
E. Leslie Carter
Mrs Sylvia Thompson
William Kelso
John A. Wynd
Mrs Fannie Robinson
Otto Olson
Mr & Mrs S. Hoare
C.J. Edwards
Leo Herbacz
Mrs Peggy Coghill
Mr & Mrs J.L. Kurtz
Mrs M, Innard
Len Wise
George Hoare
1938
1940
1947
1948
1951
1957
1964
1965
1967
1969
1972
1973
1974
1975
1977
1980
1986
1992
2004
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SPECIAL THANKS TO THE VOLUNTEERS
THAT HELPED MAKE OUR FAIR A
SUCCESS IN 2011
Josh Allan
Gayle Anderson
Carey Belair
Jane Belair
Lynn Bergman
Pat Clink
Leanne Coker
Don Coker
Mike Dietsch
Ashley Dietsch
Michael Dietsch
Heather Giles
Dorothy Hales
Bree Haney
Shalene Haney
Grant Haney
Grey Haney
Rhonda Haney
Logan Haney
Taylor Haney
Keith Haney
Gloria Harvie
Carlie Houlden
Linda Houlden
Murray Houlden
Carol Karlberg
Diane Kardal
Jennifer Kardal
Jane Kovall
Lynn Kundal
Richard Kundal
Larry Kurtz
Joseph Kurtz
Maureen Kurtz
Bayley Kurtz Ostendeft
Erik Kurtz Ostendeflt
Andy Kurtz
Jaymie Kurtz
Sue Kurtz
Chris Madison
Todd Madison
Angie McCann
Don McCann
Gloria Mejia
Maddy Mejia
Donna Moncrief
Katie Moncrief
Jake Moncrief
Payton Morrison
Ryan Morrison
Brenda Ossachuk
Kayla Ossachuk
Jerry Ossachuk
Brenda Paley
Drake Pencoff
Kat Priplai
Carol Petrocovich
Kaitlyn Romstedt
Tim Rauser
Ellen Scarrow
Jim Scarrow
Ange Schussler
Angie Shura
Dagny Spencer
Darcy Spencer
Glady Ann Stevens
Jory Strachan
Donald Stewart
Ryan Svard
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2011 TROPHY & AWARD WINNERS
GEORGE DREWRY CUP –ADI LIMPACH
Most points in Home Grounds Competition – Lot over 65
JOHN SHUMPKA MEMORIAL CUP – KEITH GEISEL
Most points in the Home Grounds Competition – Lot under 65
LEN WISE TROPHY – ADI LIMPACH
Most points – Vegetable Garden – Adult
GERRY WRIGHT TROPHY – THOMAS POULIN
Class 7 – Rabbits - Best in Show – exhibited by youth 16 and under
GOULD’S NURSERY TROPHY – ADI LIMPACH
Class 8 – Vegetables – 15 to 19 years
A.R.ASCOUGH MEMORIAL TROPHY – ASHTON BELL
Class 10 – Children’s Vegetables – 14 years and under
KENORA AGRICULTURAL TROPHY – ADI LIMPACH
Class 11 – Flowers – over 20 years
MARGARET INNARD TROPHY – MARLIES ILOTT
Class 13 – Flowers – Children
DEBBIE’S GREENHOUSE TROPHY – MARLIES ILOTT
Class 13 – Best Exhibit in Class 13
ANN BUCZKOWSKI TROPHY – IRENE KEMBER
Class 15 & 16D – Food Division
MARJ KERR MEMORIAL TROPHY – IRENE KEMBER
Best Dill Pickles – all classes
Donated by Pykerman’s Nursery
ANN DEAN TROPHY – JENNY DUCHENE
Classes 17B to 21 – Sewing
JANE WYDER TROPHY – ANNA BICZOK
Class 26 – Most Points – Senior Citizen
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JOHN & HELEN WYDER TROPHY – JUDY GOSNELL
Most points – Arts & Crafts
KATYLNN POULIN MEMORIAL TROPHY - KAYLA SUTHERLAND
NASON FAMILY TROPHY – ERIN LOCKHART
Classes 32D, 32E, and 32F – Home & School Competition – Most Points
KENO FARMS TROPHY – TANNER OLSEN
Classes 32D, 32E, and 32F – Runner up – Home & School Competition
(Stan & Lucille Strecker)
C.J. EDWARDS TROPHY – ERIN LOCKHART
Most points overall by youth 16 years and under
GREENWOOD MEMORIAL TROPHY – ADI LIMPACH
Household with most overall points
KAS PAST DIRECTORS MEMORIAL TROPHY – JUDY GOSNELL
Most points – New Exhibitor
JACK KURTZ MEMORIAL TROPHY – KAYLA SUTHERLAND
Class 32A – Home & School – 3 to 5 years of age
Donated by Community and Social Services
KAS TROPHY IN MEMORY OF JACK KURTZ –TESS LOCKHART
Class 32B and 32C – Most points ages 6 – 10 years
SIRMAN FAMILY TROPHY – SHAYNA HENSURD
Home Grounds – Children’s Vegetable Garden
CLIFFORD ALCOCK MEMORIAL TROPHY – SHAYNA HENSRUD
Homegrounds Competition – for children flower garden
COLLEEN SERBAN AWARD – SHALENE HANEY
Photography – 14 years and under
COLLEEN SERBAN AWARD - GLORIA HARVIE
Photography – 15 years and up
STAHLS TROPHY – SAMANTHA MAKL
Class 16C Food Division -= 16-19 years
ROY DRAPER MEMORIAL TROPHY – SYDNEY MCINNIS
Class 13 Children’s Flower’s Runner up
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TROPHIES & AWARDS
NOT PRESENTED IN 2011
JOE KURTZ MEMORIAL TROPHY –Heaviest Giant Atlantic Pumpkin – Youth up
to 18 years Donated by Sirman & Smith Families
VIVIAN KURTZ MEMORIAL TROPHY – Giant Atlantic Pumpkin Contest
JOHN A. WYND MEMORIAL TROPHY – Best Potatoes in Commercial Feature
R.G.SNODGRASS TROPHY– Class 9 – Vegetables -15-19 years
M.A. CONSTABLE SILVER CUP – Class 12 Flowers – 15 – 19 years
ROSE CARVER MEMORIAL TROPHY – Special needs people with ability to create
– 16 years and under
JACK KURTZ MEMORIAL TROPHY– Class 32A – Home & School (ages 3-5)
donated by Community & Social Services
KENORA AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY TROPHY – Class 1 – Farm Produce
HOPE ASCOUGH TROPHY – Class 16B and 17A – Teenage work
ROYAL BANK SPECIAL AWARD – Class 1 – Outstanding exhibit
KENORA IN BLOOM TROPHY – City of Kenora Business Garden and Grounds
Competition
To be eligible to win a trophy an exhibitor must have at least 5 entries in the class and a
total of nine (9) points, unless otherwise stated. Individual trophies will not be
awarded.
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KENORA AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY
RULES AND REGULATIONS FOR
EXHIBITORS
PRIVACY POLICY: PERSONAL INFORMATION IS COLLECTED BY THE
KENORA AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY FOR THE PURPOSES OF REC0RDING THE
EXHIBITORS,AWARDING PRIZES TO EXHIBITORS AND CONTESTANTS,
INVITING AWARD WINNERS TO THE ANNUAL BANQUET AND DATA FOR
THE ANNUAL PROVINCIAL GRANT APPLICATION.
ENTRIES:
1. Competition is open to residents west of the Great Lakes to the Manitoba border
except; Household Science is open to residents of Kenora and Rainy River.
Home Grounds competition is open to residents within a thirty-two (32) km radius
of Kenora City Hall. We welcome summer residents as exhibitors.
2. Adult membership is $5.00 must be paid at the time of registration.
Children's entry fee is $3.00 to cover classes 10, 13, 16A, 16B, 17A and 32.
3. Registrations will be taken by the secretary at the Recreation Centre on the Friday
prior to Fair week from 12:00 noon to 9:00 P.M. The secretary has instructions
not to receive any entries after 9:00 P.M. on this date, nor to reveal any
information to anyone until entries are closed.
4. Any exhibitor shall, if requested by the Directors, make a statutory declaration
that the exhibits shown by him or her are in accordance with the rules and if
refusing to do so or if found guilty of fraud or creating a disturbance shall forfeit
all prizes awarded to him or her.
5. Only new or up to date work may be exhibited unless otherwise stated.
Work that is soiled, defaced or old work will be disqualified.
6. A handling fee of $1.00 for each entry will be charged for mailed in exhibits.
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PLACING EXHIBITS
1. All exhibits to be brought to Recreation Centre starting at 2:00 P.M. until 10:00
P.M. on the Wednesday of Fair week for placing by conveners and Directors with
exception of cut flowers must be in place by 9:30 A.M. Thursday of Fair
Week. This rule will be strictly enforced. Pet and Poultry exhibits to be in place
by 3:00 P.M. Friday of Fair Week and shall not be removed until 8:30 P.M.
2. No exhibitor shall display or permit to be displayed any badges or ribbons won at
a previous fair, nor attach his or her name to exhibits until after the awards have
been made unless otherwise provided for.
3. Ample space will be given to each entry. In case of necessity, the Directors
reserve the right to vary the space given to any exhibit.
REMOVING EXHIBITS
1. No exhibit may be removed from the Fair BEFORE 10:00 P.M. on the last day
of the Fair. This rule will be strictly enforced.
2. Any exhibitor unable to collect his\her exhibits can designate someone else (must
have yellow copy of claim sheet).
3. Any exhibit not claimed will be disposed of by the Society.
JUDGING EXHIBITS
1. No exhibit shall be disbarred from receiving a prize due to lack of competition,
but no exhibit shall receive a prize unless in the opinion of the judge it comes up
to standard. The decision of the judge shall be final.
2. The decision of the judge or judges shall be final as to awarding prizes and NO
appeal will be considered.
3. Entries made in the wrong class / section may be moved to the appropriate one at
the discretion of the secretary / directors. Articles must be brought to the office to
have tags checked and entries changed.
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GENERAL REGULATIONS
1.
Adult membership, 17 and over, is $5.00 - unlimited number of
exhibits. Children’s membership, 16 years and under is $3.00 unlimited number of exhibits. These fees will be collected at the time
of registration. This charge will cover all entries under all categories.
Membership DOES NOT include entry to the fair.
2.
All prize cheques required to be cashed within 60 days of being issued.
No replacement cheques will be issued .
3.
Only one entry may be made in each section.
4.
Each exhibit must be the work or, in the case of poultry, pets or
livestock the property of the exhibitor.
5.
Poultry class trio must be entered separate from singles.
6.
Vegetables, flowers and fruit must have been grown by the exhibitor.
7.
Household Science must be the work of the exhibitor.
8.
The society will do everything in its power to have everything running
smoothly. They ask all exhibitors to co-operate by exercising courtesy
and patience during the unavoidable rush of setting up the show.
9.
Diligence will be used by the Directors of the Society to prevent injury
or loss and to ensure the safety of articles sent to the Fair, but the
owners themselves must take the risk of exhibiting. Should any
articles be accidentally lost or stolen, the Directors will render all
assistance in their power towards its recovery but will not make any
payment of the value thereof, or be otherwise liable.
10.
In case of any misunderstanding or dispute as to the meaning or
application of any rule, the Board of directors reserves the right to
interpret the rule as it shall see fit.
11.
Payment of prizes is contingent upon receipt of sufficient revenue to
meet all current expenses and prizes. In the event such revenue is not
adequate, the Society reserves the right to reduce the prizes
accordingly.
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12.
All awards will be paid by cheque from the Treasurer by mail and any
complaints must be made to the Secretary within 10 days after mailing
in order to be assured of correction.
13.
Any exhibitor that creates a disturbance, whether by openly criticizing
or interfering with the judge or by using profane language to any
judge, director or volunteer of the Society shall forfeit the right to any
award and may be suspended from exhibiting.
14.
Any infringement of the rules and regulations will be punished by
withholding any prizes earned, expulsion from the society or both.
15.
Exhibitors of animals, machinery in motion and other exhibits liable to
cause accidents, injury or damage to property or to persons coming in
contact with them, shall guard their exhibits and protect the public
from coming in contact therewith. Every such exhibitor shall
indemnify the Society from and against all claims and demands, costs,
charges and expenses which may occur due to an accident or injury
because of lack of proper supervision by the exhibitor.
16.
No claim for injury to any person or property shall ever be asserted or
suit constituted or maintained against the Society, its officers or their
agents, by or on behalf of any visitor, exhibitor or any person, firm or
employees, having license of privileges to visit or exhibit on the
grounds or occupying any space thereon.
17.
Shipping and handling charge of $5.00 for books requested to be sent
in the mail.
18.
Trophies remain within the limits of the CITY of KENORA.
19.
Bear in mind the fact that the committees do all the work gratuitously
with no personal gain. They will, therefore, appreciate your kind
assistance in making the show better known and better attended.
20.
If a prize has been awarded and a payment has been missed for that
prize, an entry tag with the prize awarded attached to tag must be
provided by exhibitor immediately following the receipt of the cheque,
as proof of prize.
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HOMEGROUNDS AND GARDEN
COMPETITION
MEMBERSHIP FEE $5.00
CHILDREN'S MEMBERSHIP FEE $3.00
RULES:
1. Condition of entry is that competitors will show at least three items at the Fair.
The membership fee must be paid at the time of registration...
2. Open to the residents of the City of Kenora and adjacent districts.
3. No limit to size of the vegetable, flower or rock garden but the whole garden must
be judged. As the idea of the competition is to have as many as possible grow
vegetables this summer, the largest number of points are given for quality,
quantity and suitability for immediate use, canning or storing.
PRIZE MONEY
1.
2.
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4.
5.
Grounds, lots over 65'
Grounds, lots under 65'
Rock Garden
Window Boxes and Planters
Flower Gardens –
including all beds and borders
6. Vegetable Garden
$100.00
$50.00
$ 30.00
$ 15.00
$50.00
$40.00
$20.00
$ 10.00
$30.00
$20.00
$10.00
$ 5.00
$ 15.00
$ 50.00
$ 10.00
$ 40.00
$ 5.00
$20.00
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CHILDREN’S GARDEN
COMPETITION
CLIFFORD ALCOCK MEMORIAL TROPHY
Children's Flower Garden
SIRMAN FAMILY TROPHY
Children's Vegetable Garden
PRIMARY - 5 - 9 year olds
7. Vegetable Garden
8. Flower Garden
$30.00
$10.00
JUNIOR - 10 - 14 year olds
9. Vegetable Garden
10. Flower Garden
Minimum size 4'x4'
$20.00
$ 8.00
$10.00
$ 6.00
$4.00
$4.00
Minimum size 8' x 8'
$ 30.00
$ 10.00
$ 20.00
$ 8.00
$10.00
$ 6.00
$ 6.00
$ 4.00
CITY OF KENORA
BUSINESS GARDEN & GROUNDS
COMPETITION
Trophy donated by Kenora In Bloom
Any size horticultural display by any business within the limits of the City of Kenora.
The display may be in the form of a flower garden, rock garden, window box, planter, etc
The winning business will be asked to display the trophy on their premises for one year.
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POINTS FOR HOME GROUNDS
COMPETITION
Sections 1 and 2 - Grounds
15 Points - Lawns
15 Points - Arrangement or Layout
15 Points - Variety or Material
20 Points - Condition
20 Points - Cultivation
15 Points - Appearance
Total 100 Points
Sections 3 and 4 - Rock Gardens, Window Boxes and or Planters
25 Points - Number of varieties and value due to cultural requirements
50 Points - Condition
25 Points - Layout
Total 100 Points
Sections 5, 8 and 10 - Flower Gardens
25 Points - Number of varieties and value due to cultural requirements
50 Points - Condition
25 Points - Layout
Total
100 Points
Sections 6, 7 and 9 - Vegetable Garden
5 Points - Arrangement
20 Points - Freedom from insects, weeds and disease
20 Points - Condition of crop
50 Points - Quality, quantity and suitability
5 Points - General Appearance
Total
100 Points
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CLASS 1
FARM PRODUCE
PRIZES 1ST $6.00 2ND $4.00 3RD $3.00
RULES: Sheaves - full length, 6" in circumference, first, tie 4 inches below head,
second tie centre of sheaf, third tie 6 inches from butt. Sheaf must be flat on bottom.
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Alfalfa sheaf (dried)
Clover sheaf - red - (dried)
Clover sheaf - alsike (dried)
Timothy sheaf (dried)
Barley sheaf (dried)
Oat sheaf - av (dried)
Wheat sheaf - spring -(dried)
Bean sheaf - field - 5 plants with roots
Pea sheaf - field - 5 plants with roots
Corn - av. - 6 stalks, fodder
Carrots - field - 6 roots
Sugar beets - 6 roots
Turnips - swede - 6 roots
Potatoes - red variety - two 4 litre pails
Potatoes - white variety - two 4 litre pails
Potatoes – aov - two 4 litre pails
Bale of Hay
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PRIZES - 1ST $4.00
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2ND $3.00
3RD $2.00
Cabbage – av. – 2 heads
Pumpkin - field - 2 Halloween type - up to 15 lbs.
Sunflower - 1 head with seeds
Sunflower – Tai Yo
Sunflower – Evening Sun
Sunflower – Geante
Eggs - brown - 1 dozen
Eggs - white - 1 dozen
Eggs, bantam – 1 dozen
Honeycomb in any type of frame
Farm collections – 15 varieties
COMMERCIAL FEATURE
PRIZES - 1st $35.00 2nd $25.00 3rd $20.00 4th $15.00 5th $10.00
JOHN A. WYND MEMORIAL TROPHY to exhibitor with best
potatoes
RULES: Display of Potatoes, any variety, grown from Government Approved Seed.
Display shall consist of one – four litre pail of potatoes plus one plate of 6 cooked
potatoes
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CLASS 7
POULTRY, PET STOCK
Exhibitors must have own cages
PRIZES - 1st $4.00
LIGHT VARIETIES
1. Cock
2. Hen
3. Pullet
4. Trio
2nd $3.00 3rd $2.00
HEAVY VARIETIES
5. Cock
6. Hen
7. Pullet
8. Trio
MISCELLANEOUS
13. Turkey, gobbler
14. Turkey, hen
15. Pigeon, cock
16. Pigeon, hen
BANTAMS
9. Cock
10. Hen
11. Pullet
12. Trio
WATERFOWL
17. Duck, drake
18. Duck, duck
19. Goose, gander
20. Goose, goose
NOTE:
1. Above sections open to any breed.
2. Pullet to be old enough to show some development.
3. Trio to consist of one male and two female birds of the same variety.
RABBITS:
No one rabbit may be entered in two different sections.
1. Buck, Lops
2. Doe, Lops
3. Doe and Litter
4. Buck, any other variety
5. Doe, any other variety
6. Buck or doe, any variety from
above entered by youth under
16 years
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TIPS FOR HORTICULTURAL
EXHIBITORS
The following characteristics are desirable in all types of horticultural exhibits.
COLOUR
Bright, clean and attractive
CONDITION
free from blemishes caused by insects, disease, dirt,
mechanical damage and showing evidence of good culture and
grooming
QUALITY
specimens should be of the highest quality
SIZE
should be moderate, not large, but always according to
the cultivated variety
TRUENESS TO TYPE
UNIFORMITY
as true to variety or type specified as possible
as nearly uniform in size, colour, form, shape and
maturity as possible
PREPARING VEGETABLE EXHIBITS
BEANS
stem and calyx should be attached, crisp, fleshy, not
stringy
BEETS
crown should be free of splits, scaling and sunburn,
tops cut to 1.5 cm
BROCCOLI
dense, smooth head formation, not faded in colour
or over mature, free from pests and disease
CABBAGE
firm, uniform and moderate in size, free from pest
injuries and other blemishes. Stalk removed at 1.5 cm
but some wrapper leaves retained.
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CARROTS
Free from sunburn, discoloration and side roots, no
pests or mechanical injuries, bright colour, tops removed
1.5cm above crown
Long varieties – length 20cm or over, slender and pointed
Intermediate varieties – length NOT over 18cm, stump
rooted or pointed according to variety
Short varieties – length NOT over 8cm, distinctly stump
rooted
CAULIFLOWER
should be 15-20cm across, smooth, regular, good depth
curd pure white, no green leaves sticking up in curd
stalks and larger leaves remove, remaining leaves
dressed to 1.5cm above head
CORN
ears uniform in size and from, evenly filled from tip to
base with long rows of closely set kernels, show with 1/3
husk removed lengthwise, and stub trimmed at 1.5cm
CUCUMBER
(slicing)
at least 15cm long, cross section should show deep flesh
and minimum of seeds, 0.8 cm stem left on
CUCUMBER
(pickling)
5-9cm long, clean with no withered blossoms, very little
taper from stem to blossom end
LEEKS
tops shortened to 10-13 cm
ONIONS
(bunching)
clean with loose skin removed, tops trimmed evenly
PEAS
stem and calyx attached
POTATOES
should be cleaned with a soft brush and preferably not
washed, must be reasonably free of all disease
SQUASH
verities should not be washed, please tie the
specimens in each entry together
RHUBARB
preferably 45-51 cm stalks, leaf blade trimmed to leave
about 2.5 cm fan shape, leave petiole as pulled from plant
but trim loose tissue
TOMATOES
any kind, firm condition, stems left on
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CLASS 8
VEGETABLES
20 years and up
CLASS 9
VEGETABLES
15 – 19 YEARS
PRIZES - 1st $4.00 2nd $3.00 3rd $2.00
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Beans, broad Windsor, 6 pods
Beans, dwarf wax, 6 pods
Beans, dwarf green, 6 pods
Beans, pole, a.v., 6 pods
Beets, round, topped, 4
Beets, cylindrical, topped, 4
Broccoli, 2 heads
Brussel Sprouts, 12, no stalks
Cabbage, conical, 2
Cabbage, red, 2
Cabbage, a.v., 2
Carrots, 4, short, not over 3”, ½” topped
Carrots, 4, medium, not over 7”, ½” topped
Carrots, 4, long, over 8”, ½” topped
Cauliflower, 1
Celery, green, with roots, 2
Celery, white, with roots, 2
Citron, a.v., 2
Corn, sweet, golden, 4 cobs
Corn, sweet, white, 4 cobs
Cucumber, English, l - 10 inches or over
Cucumber, pickling, 2 - 31/2 inches, plate of 6
Cucumbers, slicing, at least 6 inches, 2
Garlic, 2 clusters
Herbs, 4 or more varieties in containers, named
Herbs, in a planter, named
Kohlrabi, 2
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Onions, multipliers, topped, 3 bunches of two
Onions, pickling, topped, 4
Onions, from seed, topped, 4
Onions, from sets, topped, 4
Onions, Spanish, topped, 4
Parsley, 2 with roots in container of water
Parsnips, topped, 2
Peas, edible pod type, 6 pods
Peas, garden, 6 pods
Peppers, hot, 2
Peppers, green, 2
Peppers, red, 2
Peppers, yellow, 2
Potatoes, netted gems, or Russet, state variety, 6
Potatoes, purple, state variety, 6
Potatoes, red, state variety, 6
Potatoes, white, state variety, 6
Potatoes, a.o.v. state variety, 6
Pumpkin, Atlantic Giant, 1
Pumpkin, field variety, Halloween type 1
Pumpkin, pie variety, round,1
Radish, topped, 4
Rhubarb, topped, 6 sticks
Spinach, a.v., 2 plants
Squash Spaghetti, 1
Squash, summer, state variety, 1
Squash, winter, state variety, 1
Tomatoes, green with stems, 4
Tomatoes, ripe, with stems, 4
Tomatoes, ripe, miniature, with stems, 6
Tomatoes, miniature, 2 clusters
Turnips, table, summer variety, topped 4
Turnips, table, winter, state variety, topped 4
Zucchini, under 12", 1
Zucchini, over 12", 1
Zucchini, yellow, under 12", 1
Zucchini, yellow, over 12", 1
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Biggest beet, topped
Largest carrot, topped
Largest ear of corn
Longest cucumber
Largest pumpkin
Roundest pumpkin
Largest tomato
Biggest turnip, topped
Weirdest shaped vegetable
Arrangement of dried wild flowers and weeds - Minimum 4 different types in
container
Arrangement of fresh wild flowers or weeds - Minimum 4 different types - in
container
Largest Zucchini
DISPLAYS AND COLLECTIONS
PRIZES - 1st $5.00 2nd $4.00 3rd $3.00
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Display of 6 (same quantities as listed previously)
Display of 8 (same quantities as listed previously)
PRIZES - 1st $10.00 2nd $8.00 3rd $ $6.00
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Collection of Vegetables (minimum of 20, maximum of 30, vegetables to be
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CLASS 10
CHILDREN'S VEGETABLES
14 years and under
PRIZES - 1st $4.00 2nd $3.00 3rd $2.00 4th $1.00
RULE: If a child does not have his/her own garden, they must have helped in family
garden.
How to prepare vegetables for exhibition. SEE BEGINNING OF
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Beans, dwarf green, 6 pods
Beans, a.o.v., 6 pods
Beets, round, topped, 4
Beets, cylindrical, topped, 4
Cabbage, av, 1
Cabbage, red, 1
Carrots, topped, 4
Corn, 2 cobs
Cucumbers, slicing, 1
Cucumbers, pickling, 4
Cucumbers, English, 1, 10 inches or over
Onions, a.v. topped, 4
Peas, a.v. 4 pods
Peppers, a.v., 2
Pumpkin, 1
Potatoes, white, a.v., 4
Potatoes, red, a.v. 4
Rhubarb, topped, 4 stalks
Squash, a.v., 1
Sunflower, 1 head with seeds
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Tomatoes, ripe, with stems, 4
Tomatoes, ripe, miniature, with stems, 4
Turnips, a.v., topped, 2
Zucchini, 1
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Figure of animal or person, made from vegetables by a boy
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Biggest beet, topped
Longest carrot, topped
Longest ear of corn
Longest cucumber
Largest pumpkin
Roundest pumpkin
Largest tomato
Biggest turnip, topped
Weirdest shaped vegetable
Arrangement of weeds and, or flowers, minimum of 4 different types, in a
container of water
Largest Zucchini
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CLASS 11
FLOWERS
20 years and up
CLASS 12
FLOWERS
15 TO 19 YEARS
PRIZES
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1st $4.00 2nd $3.00 3rd $2.00
TIPS AND RULES FOR EXHIBITING FLOWERS
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Hollow stemmed flowers (dahlia, anemones, etc.) need plenty of water.
Don't try to display an oasis.
Cut roses for display with a sharp knife and on a slant.
An ideal gladiolus is 1/3 stem, 1/3 bloom and 1/3 bud.
Be certain you have correct number of exhibits, e.g. 6 blooms or sprays.
There must be six blooms - no buds.
No foliage on or in your exhibit unless stated.
Pick off dead blooms and seedpods from flowers you plan to show.
No foliage below water line.
Variety names on entries will be a factor in deciding an award.
Antirrhinum, (snapdragon) tall, 4 spikes
Antirrhinum, (snapdragon) dwarf, 4 spikes
Aster, annual, 4 blooms - under 3" stem and foliage
Aster, annual, 4 blooms - 3" and over, stem and foliage
Baby’s breath
Begonia, tuberous, 4 blooms
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Calendula, 5 blooms
Carnation, stem and foliage, no buds, 4
Clarkia, 4 sprays
Cornflower, (bachelor button) 6 sprays
Cosmos, single, 6 stalks or stems, flowers, buds and foliage
Cosmos, double, 6 stalks or stems, flowers, buds and foliage
Dahlia, cactus, 1 bloom, stem and foliage, under 6"
Dahlia, cactus, 1 bloom, stem and foliage, 6" and over
Dahlia, pompom, 3 blooms, stems and foliage, under 2"
Dahlia, ball, 1 bloom, stem and foliage
Dahlia, decorative, 1 bloom, stem and foliage
Dahlia, a.o.v. 3 blooms, stems and foliage
Dianthus, double, 4 stems, foliage and buds
Dianthus, single, 4 stems, foliage and buds
Gladiolus, 1 spike, no side shoots
Gladiolus, 3 spikes
Gladiolus, miniature, 3 spikes
Gloriosa Daisy, 6 stems and foliage
Hollyhocks, double, 4 spikes, no spikes
Hollyhocks, single, 4 spikes, no spikes
Lavatara, 3 sprays
Marigolds, 4 small blooms (under 2" diameter), stems and foliage
Marigolds, 4 medium blooms (2 - 4" diameter), stems and foliage
Marigolds, 4 large blooms (over 4" diameter), stems and foliage
Nasturtium, 6 stems with foliage
Nicotinia, 3 sprays
Pansy, 4 large blooms (3" or over), stems and foliage
Pansy, 4 small blooms (2" and under), stems and foliage
Jolly-jump up, 4 stems, own foliage, buds allowed
Petunia, single, 4 blooms
Petunia, double, 4 blooms
Phlox, annual, 4 sprays
Phlox, perennial, 4 stems and foliage
Rose, peace, 1 stem, own foliage attached
Rose, hybrid tea, 1 stem, own foliage attached
Rose, 1 in a bowl, stem and foliage
Rose, a.o.v. 1 spray
Salvia, 4 spikes
Stocks, 4 stems
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Strawflower, 4 stems and foliage
Sweet Peas, 6 stems
Verbena, 5 trusses
Zinnia, pompom or small (under 4"), 4 blooms, stems
Zinnia, cactus, 4 blooms, stem
Zinnia, large (over 4"), 4 blooms, stems
Any other flower not listed, 4 blooms with stems, 4 spikes or 4 sprays
AFRICAN VIOLETS AND HOUSEPLANTS
All violets, with the exception of trailers, are to be single crown. All other plants must be
clean and well groomed, free from disease and insects. Pick off spent blossoms. Do not
re-pot any plant from your garden. All entries must have one plant in pot unless
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African violet, single, 1 color
African violet, single, multi or bi-color
African violet, double, multi or bi-color
African violet, Mini - no larger than 2 ½ " pot. Semi-mini, 3 - 4" pot
African violet, trailing, must have at least three crowns
Begonia, fibrous, blooming in pot
Begonia, tuberous, flowering in pot
Cactus, Christmas or Orchid
Cactus, prickly
Coleus, foliage, no blossoms, 1 plant in pot
Fern, grown in 8" pot or less
Fern, Boston
Fern, Asparagus
Fuchsia, blooming in pot
Geranium, red, grown in pot
Geranium, double, grown in pot
Geranium, pansy, grown in pot
Geranium, Ivy, grown in pot
Geranium, any other color or variety, grown in pot
Gloxinia, grown in pot
Hoya
Impatience, blooming in pot
Jade plant
Prayer plant
Rubber plant
Snake plant
Spider plant
Succulent, Aloe Vera, Pan Da Plant, Sedum - 1 or more same variety in pot
Terrarium with plants
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Hanging (trailing) plant with bloom
Hanging (trailing) plant without bloom
Houseplant, planted in unusual or novel container
Houseplant, flowering, any variety not listed
Houseplant, foliage, any variety not listed
Ivy, any variety
SPECIALS
PRIZES - 1st $5.00 2nd $4.00 3rd $3.00
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Corsage with pin
Lily, large, a.v., 1 spike
Lily, small, a.v., 1 spike
Arrangement for dining table - under 12"
Floral arrangement, any combo of flowers, 1 basket or container
Floral arrangement using home grown dried flowers, at least 3 varieties,
named
Miniature floral arrangement under 5" including container
Basket or container of annual flowers (one variety). Must be planted for
outside.
Hanging basket or container of annual flowers – outside
Green Dream, arrangement in a recycled container
Summer Splendor – arrangement using flowers and leaves in a basket
Color Me Green – all green design
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CLASS 13
CHILDREN'S FLOWERS
(14 YEARS AND UNDER)
PRIZES - 1st $4.00 2nd $3.00 3rd $2.00 4th $1.00
NOTE: CHECK FLOWER DIVISION, CLASS 11 AND CLASS 12
FOR RULES
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Carnations, 4 with stem and foliage, no buds
Cornflower, (bachelor button), 4 stems
Cosmos, single, 6 stalks or stems, flowers, buds and foliage
Cosmos, double, 6 stalks or stems, flowers, buds and foliage
Dianthus, 4 with stem and foliage
Gladiolus, 1 spike
Glorisa Daisy, 4 stems and foliage
Marigold, large (over 3") 4 stems and foliage
Marigold, small (under 3") 4 stems and foliage
Nasturtium, 4 with stems and foliage
Pansy, 4 stems and foliage
Snapdragon, 4 spikes
Sweet Peas, 4 stems
Zinnias, 4 stems
Flowers, a.o.v. 4 blooms, spikes or sprays
Miniature floral arrangement, under 5"
Bouquet of garden flowers
Flowering houseplant in pot
Foliage – non flowering house plant in a pot
Plant grown in an unusual container
Terrarium with plants
"I DREAMED OF A WEIRD GARDEN CREATURE"
A figure made from plant material and small vegetables. Maximum height 8"
(20 cm) Must be able to stand by itself
23. . "MOON GARDEN" An arrangement a space traveler might see.
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Green dream – any arrangement in a recycled container
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Summer Splendor – arrangement using flowers and leaves in a basket
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Color Me Green – all green design
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CLASS 14
FRUIT
LOCALLY GROWN
PRIZES - 1st $4.00 2nd $3.00 3rd $2.00
RULE: Measure fruit in required quantity. All fruit is to be displayed on plates
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Apples, crab, green, 6
Apples, crab, red, 6
Apples, green, 3
Apples, red variety, 3
Apples, yellow variety, 3
Apples, collection of 1 each of 4 different varieties
Blueberries, local, 1 cup
Blue grapes, 1 cluster
Cherries, plum, 1 cup
Cherries, sand, 1 cup
Raspberries, ½ cup
Currants, black, ½ cup
Currants, red, ½ cup
Currants, white, ½ cup
Gooseberries, a.v., ½ cup
Grapes, a.v., ½ cup
Honey, 1 pint jar
Kiwi, 3
Pears, a.v., 3
Plums, blue, 6
Plums, red, 6
Plums, wild, cultivated, 6
Raspberries, a.v., 15
Strawberries. 6
Saskatoon berries, ½ cup
Any other fruit not listed
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CLASS 14A
HOMEMADE WINE
RULES: 1. Wines in this class must be made by natural vinification process.
2. Powders and concentrates are not allowed as the wine must be made
From the raw fruit
3. Additives other than those required for fermentation or sweetening
during the vinification process are not allowed.
4. Entry is one bottle
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Dandelion
Grape, white
Grape, red
Rhubarb
Raspberry
Cherry
Beet
Tame berry – name type of berry
Wild berry – name type of berry
Beer, kits permitted(name on entry tag
Wine Kit (named on entry tag)
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HOUSEHOLD SCIENCE
All exhibits must be the work of the exhibitor.
Only one entry may be submitted in each section.
CLASS 15
FOOD DIVISION
SPECIAL AWARDS
PRIZES - 1st $6.00 2nd $5.00 3rd $4.00
RULES: No cake mixes in this competition.
All entries to be wrapped in clear saran wrap OR fastened in
clear plastic bag.
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White bread - no glaze or butter allowed. Pan size is to be approx. 9" x 5" x
3". Judge will allow ½ inch.
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Whole wheat bread, 60% - same as number 1.
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Milk rolls, 6 (individual) - no glaze or butter allowed.
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Buttermilk rolls - 6 (individual) - no glaze or butter allowed
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Cinnamon buns - 6 (joined) - standard method, sweet. No additional spices.
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Chocolate cake - best iced or frosted 8" or 9", 2 layer. Any butter icing
allowed
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White cake - best iced or frosted 8" or 9", 2 layer. Any butter icing allowed.
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Best decorated cake. Decorations only will be judged. Maximum vertical
height-12”
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Novelty cake, any type, shape or theme.
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Dark fruitcake, ¼ - not iced
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Light fruitcake, ¼ - not iced
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CLASS 16
FOOD DIVISION
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$5.00 2nd $4.00 3rd $3.00
NOTE: 'A' ages 12 and under
'B' ages 13 to 16
'C' ages 17 - 19
'D' ages 20 and over
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No cake mixes in this competition
No glaze on pies, buns or bread. Butter allowed.
No spices in pies unless called for by recipe
Bread pan size approx. 9"x 5"x 3". Judge will allow ½ inch.
Pie plates 9"x 10". No aluminum foil pans.
Cakes to be removed from pan and put on plate. Pan size - 8"x 8" or 9"x
9".
MUST BE WRAPPED IN CLEAR SARAN WRAP OR FASTENED
IN A CLEAR PLASTIC BAG.
BREADS AND BISCUITS
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Brown Bread, 1 loaf
Whole grain bread, 1 loaf
Raisin Bread, 1 loaf
Tea Biscuits, 4
Buttermilk Tea Biscuits, 4
White Bread, 1 loaf
White Buns, 4, plain and joined
English, cream, scones - 4
BREAD MAKING MACHINE
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White Bread, 1 loaf
Brown Bread, 1 loaf
Whole grain bread, 1 loaf
Raisin Bread, 1 loaf
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CAKE (1/2 cake per entry)
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Angel Food Cake
Brownies, 4
Carrot Cake, iced
Chocolate Cake, single layer, iced
Coffee Cake
Dainties, plate of 4 different
Chiffon Cake
Economy Cake, with recipe
Mars Bar Square ½
Spiced Cake, not iced
White Cake, single layer, iced
Rice Krispie Cake, 4 pieces
COOKIES
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Chocolate chip cookies, 4
Ginger cookies, 4
Oatmeal cookies, 4
Peanut butter cookies, 4
Shortbread, 4
Walnut Shortbread, 4
Sugar cookies, 4
Big Cookie, decorated, judged on appearance only, 1
Rice Krispie - Theme - Farm Animal – 1
Thimble Cookies, 4
Hermits, Jumbo Rock Cookies, 4
LOAF BREAD
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Banana loaf, ½
Zucchini loaf, ½
Cranberry Banana loaf, ½
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Cranberry Orange loaf, ½
Date loaf, ½
Lemon loaf, ½
Banana nut loaf, ½
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MUFFINS
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Banana muffins, 4
Blueberry muffins, 4
Bran muffins, 4
Carrot muffins, 4
Cranberry muffins, 4
Rhubarb muffins, 4
PIES AND TARTS
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Apple pie
Butter tarts, 4
Cherry pie
Mincemeat tarts, 4
Pumpkin pie
Rhubarb pie
Blueberry pie
Butter tart square pieces, 4
Lemon meringue pie
Peach pie
Raisin pie, 2 crust
Tassies
HOMEMADE CANDY
Pieces to be approximately 1" square, 4 pieces to a plate
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Basket of fancy candy, 12 pieces - at least 4 varieties
Plate of peanut brittle
Plate of chocolate fudge
Plate of maple cream
Plate of toffee
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CANNED PRODUCTS
May use any size container as long as all jars are sealed,. No wax on jams or jellies.
Label and date all jams, jellies, marmalades, pickles and canned goods.
CONTAINERS TO BE OPENED BY JUDGE FOR JUDGING.
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Apricots
Beans
Beets
Blueberries
Carrots
Cherries
Crabapples
Peaches
Pears
Plums
Raspberries
Rhubarb
Strawberries
Tomatoes
JAMS: These are normally made from firm, small fruits. The whole fruit is cooked
with sugar added to a desired consistency should be jelly like, but soft and easy to spread.
The syrup should be bright and the texture relatively uniform. As a rule jams contain but
one kind of fruit. The taste should be sub-acid and the flavour characteristic of the fruit,
or a pleasing blend of two or more fruits are used.
NO WAX ON JAMS OR JELLIES
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Apricot jam
Black currant jam
Blueberry jam
Cherry jam
Green tomato jam
Peach jam
Pear jam
Pineapple jam
Plum jam
Raspberry jam
Red currant jam
Saskatoon jam
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Strawberry jam
Strawberry and rhubarb jam
Zucchini jam
Goose Berry Jam
JELLIES
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Blueberry jelly
Crabapple jelly
Cranberry jelly
Chokecherry jelly
Grape jelly
Pin cherry jelly
Raspberry jelly
Saskatoon jelly
Strawberry jelly
Red Currant jelly
Goose Berry jelly
MARMALADE
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Three fruit marmalade (orange, lemon & grapefruit)
Green tomato marmalade
Zucchini marmalade
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PICKLES AND SALADS
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Bread and Butter pickles
Carrot pickles
Chili sauce
Cucumber relish
Dill pickles
Gherkin pickles
Green tomato pickles
Green tomato relish
Mustard pickles
Pickled beets
Pickled dill beans
Pickled mustard beans
SAUCES
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Apple
Salsa
Spaghetti
MINIMUM OR 3 jars, any type of canned goods, decorated as a gift, displayed in
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60% WHOLE WHEAT
BREAD COMPETITION
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PRIZE MONEY
$8.00 2ND $6.00 3RD
$4.00
RULES:
a. Bread entry must be solely made by the person entering the
competition.
b. Pan size: (these are the measurements for the top of the pan that
must be used) Minimum size: 8”x4”x 2 ½ ” (20cmx10cmx7cm)
Maximum size: 9”x5”x3” (23cmx13cmx7.5cm)
c. A full loaf of 60% whole wheat bread is required to be shown.
d. Exhibit must in a clean, clear plastic bag and tagged.
PLAIN CHOCOLATE CHIP
COOKIE COMPETITION
1ST
(no nuts)
PRIZE MONEY:
$8.00 2ND $6.00 3RD $4.00
RULES:
1. Contest is open to youth ages 10 to 15 years of age as of
December 31st, 2012.
2. One class only.
3. Plain chocolate chip cookies, with no nuts, must be no larger than
3” (6.75cm) and no smaller than 2” (5cm).
4. Number of cookies to be displayed on a firm disposable plate is
eight (8).
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CLOTHING DIVISION
RULES: 1. All articles previously exhibited and awarded prizes are not
eligible.
2. Bedspreads, quilts and embroidered pictures may be within the
previous two years. All other articles are to be done within the previous
year
3. Articles must be completed, clean and must not be soiled.
4. No nametags or identification marks on articles.
5. Knitting to be done by hand unless otherwise stated
6. Hanging type exhibits (e.g. pictures, wall hangings, etc.)
To be finished and ready to hang. Please state size.
7. Vest has button closing.
8. Articles of clothing should be covered with a clear plastic covering.
CLASS 17A & B
GIRLS’ and LADIES' WEAR
16 years and under A
17 years and over B
PRIZES - 1st $4.00 2nd $3.00 3rd $2.00
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Apron with bib
Apron, fancy
Blouse
Dress - with sleeves
Dress - without sleeves
Jacket – without fasteners
Jacket - with fasteners
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Jumpsuit
Hat
Mother and Daughter outfit
Nightgown
Panties
Peignoir set
Pajamas
Shorts
Skirt
Slacks
Slip
Suit, 2 piece with skirt or pants
Sweater, sewn
Swim suit
Tank top
T-shirt
Vest, quilted
Vest, sewn
HAND KNITTING AND CROCHETING
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32.
33.
34.
35.
36.
37.
38.
39.
40.
41.
42.
43.
44.
45.
46.
47.
48.
49.
50.
Cardigan, crocheted
Cardigan, knitted, fancy
Cardigan, knitted, plain
Gloves, crocheted
Gloves, knitted, fancy
Gloves, knitted, plain
Hat, crocheted
Hat, knitted
Mitts, crocheted
Mitts, knitted, plain
Mitts, knitted, fancy
Poncho, crocheted
Poncho, knitted
Pullover, crocheted
Pullover, knitted
Scarf, crocheted
Scarf, knitted
Shawl or stole, crocheted
Shawl or stole, knitted
Tank top, crocheted
Tank top, knitted
Slippers, crocheted
Slippers, knitted
Socks, fancy, hand knitted
Socks, plain, hand knitted
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51.
52.
53.
54.
Toque, crocheted
Toque, knitted
Vest, crocheted
Vest, knitted
MACHINE KNITTING
55.
56.
57.
58.
59.
60.
61.
62.
63.
Cardigan, plain
Cardigan, fancy
Dress or suit
Hat
Pullover - cut and sew neckline
Scarf
Socks, fancy
Socks, plain
Slippers
CLASS 18
BOY’S & MEN’S WEAR
PRIZES - 1st $4.00 2nd $3.00 3rd $2.00
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
Dressing gown
Jacket - with fastener
Jacket - without fastener
Pants
Pajamas
Shirt - buttons, sleeves & collar
Shorts - boxer
Suit, 2-piece
Swim trunks
T-shirt
Vest
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HAND KNITTING AND CROCHETING
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
Cardigan, crocheted
Cardigan, knitted
Gloves, fancy, hand knitted
Gloves, plain, knitted
Hat, knitted
Mitts, fancy, hand knitted
Mitts, plain, hand knitted
Pullover, knitted
Scarf, crocheted
Scarf, knitted
Slippers, crocheted
Slippers, knitted
Socks, fancy, hand knitted
Socks, plain, hand knitted
Toque, crocheted
Toque, knitted
MACHINE KNITTING
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.
35.
36.
37.
Cardigan
Mitts
Pullover
Scarf
Slippers
Socks, fancy
Socks, plain
Tie
Toque
Vest
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CLASS 19
BABIES’ AND CHILDREN'S WEAR
(UP TO SIZE 12)
PRIZES - 1st $4.00 2nd $3.00 3rd $2.00
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
Apron or Painting smock
Bibs, homemade, 2
Blouse or shirt - buttons, sleeves, & collar
Boxer shorts
Child's rompers (bubble suit)
Coat - buttons & sleeves
Dress - fancy
Dress - cotton - plain
Jumpsuit
Nightgown
Panties
Pants
Pants and vest, boy or girl
Simple Top
Pajamas
Sleepers
Slip, 1/2
Slip, full
Swimsuit or swimming trunks
T - Shirt
HAND KNITTING AND CROCHETING
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.
Baby's shawl, crocheted
Baby's shawl, knitted
Bonnet, booties, mitts - crocheted
Bonnet, booties, mitts – knitted
Cardigan, crocheted
Cardigan, knitted
Carriage set, crocheted
Carriage set, knitted
Crib or carriage cover, crocheted (cover & pillow)
Crib or carriage cover, knitted (cover & pillow)
Dress or 1 piece suit
Dress, crocheted
Dress, knitted
Hat, knitted
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35.
36.
37.
38.
39.
40.
41.
42.
43.
44.
45.
46.
47.
48.
49.
50.
51.
52.
53.
Jacket, bonnet and booties - crocheted
Jacket, bonnet and booties - knitted
Jumpsuit
Mitts, crocheted
Mitts, fancy, knitted
Mitts, plain, knitted
Poncho, crocheted
Poncho, knitted
Scarf, crocheted
Scarf, knitted
Slippers, crocheted
Slippers, knitted
Socks, fancy, hand knitted
Socks, plain, hand knitted
Suit, 2 pieces with pants or skirt - knitted
Sweater, crocheted
Sweater, knitted
Toque, crocheted
Toque, knitted
MACHINE KNITTING
54.
55.
56.
57.
58.
59.
60.
61.
62.
63.
64.
65.
66.
67.
68.
69.
Baby's shawl
Bonnet, booties and mitts
Crib or carriage cover
Dress
Jacket, bonnet and booties
Jacket, bonnet
Jumpsuit
Mitts
Poncho
Scarf
Slippers
Socks, fancy
Socks, plain
Suit, 2 piece with pants or skirt
Sweater
Toque
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CLASS 20
HEAVY SWEATERS-HAND KNIT
PRIZES - 1st $4.00 2nd $3.00 3rd $2.00
1.
2.
3.
4.
Cardigan, Boy or Girl
Cardigan, Ladies or Men's
Pullover, Boy or Girl
Pullover, Ladies or Men's
HEAVY SWEATER - MACHINE KNITTING (DOUBLE OR HEAVY
YARN)
5.
6.
7.
8.
Cardigan, Boy or Girl
Cardigan, Ladies or Men's
Pullover, Boy or Girl
Pullover, Ladies or Men's
CLASS 21
NEEDLE WORK
State size of article
PRIZES - 1st $4.00 2nd $3.00 3rd $2.00
CREWEL
1.
2.
Cushion
Picture
CROSS-STITCH
3.
4.
5.
6.
Afghan
Article of clothing
Baby's Bib
Bookmark
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7. Coaster, 3
8. Cushion
9. Door pull
10. Dresser Scarf
11. Greeting card
12. Hand towel
13. Jewelry
14. Keepsake/Music box
15. Luncheon clothe, 54 “ or less
16. Napkin, 1
17. Picture, 1
18. Pillowcases, 1 pair
19. Place mats, 2
20. Tablecloth
21. Tea towel, 1
EMBROIDERED
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.
Article of clothing
Baby's bib
Centerpiece for table
Cushion
Dresser scarf
Jewelry
Luncheon cloth
Napkins, 2
Picture, 1
Pillowcases or pillow shams, 1 pair
Place mats, 2
Tablecloth
Tea towel, 1
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LONGSTITCH NEEDLEPOINT
35.
Picture, 1
NEEDLEPOINT
36.
37.
38.
39.
Article of clothing
Cushion
Needlepoint for chair or stool, blocked but not put on article
Picture, 1
PETITE POINT
40.
41.
Jewelry
Picture, 1
RIBBON EMBROIDERY
42.
43.
44.
45.
46.
47.
Article of clothing
Coasters, 3
Cushion
Jewelry
Keepsake/Music Box
Picture, 1
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CLASS 22
HOME ACCESSORIES
State size of article
PRIZES - 1st $4.00 2nd $3.00 3rd $2.00
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
Afghan, crotched - 48" by 66"
Afghan, knitted - 48" by 66"
Bedspread, crocheted
Bedspread, embroidered
Bedspread, knitted
Centerpiece, crocheted
Centerpiece, tatted
Cushion, crocheted
Cushion, knitted
Fridge or oven Door Towel,
Hot Dish Mat, crocheted
Hot Dish Mat, knitted
Pot Holder,
Doilies, crocheted
Doilies, knitted
Doilies, tatted
Dishcloth, crocheted
Dishcloth, knitted
Luncheon clothe, crocheted
Pillowcases, 1 pair, lace trim
Afghan, any other type
Placemats, crocheted
MACHINE KNITTING
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
Afghan
Bedspread
Cushion
Doily or centerpiece
Placemats, knit \ woven
Tablecloth
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CLASS 23
QUILTS AND QUILTING
State size of article
PRIZES - 1st $4.00 2nd $3.00 3rd $2.00
QUILTS - HAND SEWN
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Quilt, appliqué
Quilt, nursery design
Quilt, patchwork
Quilt, hand pieced - identify pattern
Quilt, any other style
Quilt, lap
QUILTS – MACHINE
7.
8.
9.
10.
Quilt, appliqué
Quilt, nursery design
Quilt, patch work
Quilt, tablecloth
QUILTING
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
Article of clothing
Cushion
Pillow
Placemat
Tote bag or purse
Tablecloth, hand pieced & stitched
Landscape all hanging
Wall hanging
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19.
Garment
Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies
Annual Machine-Quilted Quilt/Wall Hanging
Competition
o Quilt/Wall Hanging must be solely made and machine quilted by the
exhibitor and exhibited and judged at a local Ontario Association of
Agricultural Societies fair to be eligible for this competition.
o Quilt/Wall Hanging to be measured on the perimeter. Total perimeter
measurement to be minimum of 192 inches or 480 cm. Note the
article can be square, rectangular etc.
Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies
Annual Hand Quilted Championship Quilt
o Entries must be solely made and hand quilted by the exhibitor and
exhibited and judged at a local Ontario Association of Agricultural
Societies to be eligible for this competition.
o 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)
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CLASS 24
MISCELLANEOUS
State size of article
State size of article
PRIZES - 1st $4.00 2nd $3.00 3rd $2.00
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.
Article from 1 meter of material
Article from plastic bottle
Centerpiece of dried flowers
Embroidered cutwork
Floor mat, braided
Floor mat, hooked rags
Floor mat, hooked yarn
Outfit for doll, crocheted (up to three items)
Outfit for doll, knitted (up to three items)
Outfit for doll, sewn (up to three items)
Fridge decorations - 2
Photo frame, home made
Pressed flowers - card
Scrap Booking -1- page - scenery
Scrap Booking -1-page - family event
Something from nothing - state original item
Stuffed doll, crocheted
Stuffed doll, knitted
Stuffed doll, material
Stuffed toy, crotched
Stuffed toy, knitted
.
Stuffed toy, material
Tote, shoe bag or infant carrier (snuggly) material
Wall hanging, fabric backed
Wall hanging hooked
Pair of oven mitts
Pot holders, 2
I Pod or cell phone cover
Coordinating dish cloth and terry towel with crocheted hanging loop
Handmade fabric gift bag, decorated
Decorated gift bag for a special occasion
Garden stepping stone, decorated
Clay flower pot creation
Decorated hat
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CLASS 24A
1
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
ST
PLASTIC CANVAS
PRIZE $4.00 2ND PRIZE $3.00 3RD PRIZE $2.00
Easter basket
Doll furniture
Paper bag holder
Kleenex box holder
Coasters
Church or house
Napkin holder
Garden picks, 2
CLASS 24B
SCRAP BOOKING
All pages to 12”X12” unless otherwise stated.
One page layout.
PRIZES: 1ST $4.00
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Creative cardstock
Embellishments – any kind
Specialty papers – any kind
Punch art
Rubber Stamp Art
Embossing
Heritage Page
Creative Cards
2nd $3.00
3rd $2.00
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Class 25A
CHRISTMAS CORNER
PRIZES - 1st - $4.00 2nd - $3.00 3rd - $1.00
All items must have a Christmas Theme
CERAMICS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Christmas elves
Christmas Santa
Christmas tree
Christmas tree ornaments
Christmas wreath
CROSS STITCH
EMBROIDERY
6.
7.
Christmas ornaments, 3
Christmas stocking
PLASTIC CANVAS WORK
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
Centerpiece
Garland
Christmas ornaments, 3
Wall hanging,
Poinsettia wreath
Christmas rose
Any other Christmas item
Snowflake ornament
OTHER
18.
19.
20.
21.
Centerpiece
Corsage
Door knob decoration
Door decoration (not wreath)
RIBBON
8.
9.
Christmas ornaments, 3
Christmas Stocking
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22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.
35.
36.
Fireplace decoration
Gift wrapping
Nativity scene
Mr.& Mrs. Claus-crocheted outfits
Novelty
Placemats
Stocking, knitted
Stocking, quilted
Tree Skirt
Wreath
Yard display
Santa – other than ceramic
Christmas angel, crocheted
Christmas card with message
Decoration from recycled cards
CLASS 25 B
HALLOWE’EN CORNER
State size of article
Prizes - 1st - $4.00 2nd - $3.00 3rd - $2.00
All items must have a Halloween theme
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11
12.
Door decoration - cloth
Door decoration - wood
Novelty - free standing - shelf size
Centerpiece - 20 cm or less
Wall hanging
Costume – Adult
Decoration – wood
Goofiest pumpkin face on wood
Black Cat – any media
Ghoulish Ghost – any media
Happy Halloween sign – paint on
Costume - Child
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CLASS 26
SENIOR CITIZENS
65 YEARS AND OVER
PRIZES - 1st $4.00 2nd $3.00 3rd $2.00
Points given in Class 26 - Senior Citizens, NOT included in Most Points
for Overall Point Winner
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
Afghan, crocheted
Afghan, knitted
Article trimmed with rickrack
Baby sweater and bonnet - crocheted
Baby sweater and bonnet - knitted
Baby sweater, bonnet and booties - crocheted
Baby sweater, bonnet and booties - knitted
Cardigan, knitted, fancy, any size
Cardigan, knitted, plain, any size
Dish cloth, knitted
Dish cloth, crocheted
Snapshot of yesteryear with caption
Kitchen apron
Lace any style
Lady's hat, crocheted
Lady's hat, knitted
Dresser scarf
Mitts, knitted
Hot Dish Mat, knitted
Hot Dish Mat, crocheted
Pot Holder,
Fridge or Oven Door Towel
Pullover, knitted, any size
Quilt, any type - crib, single, double, or queen size
Rug, any type
Scarf, crocheted
Scarf, knitted
Slippers, crocheted
Slippers, knitted
Apron, 1/2
Socks, fancy, hand knitted
33.
Tea towel, 1 pair, embroidered
34.
Tea towel, 1 pair embroidered
Tote or shoe bag, material
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MACHINE KNITTING
35.
36.
37.
38.
39.
40.
41.
42.
43.
44.
Afghan
Baby sweater and bonnet
Baby sweater, bonnet and booties
Cardigan
Hat
Mitts
Scarf
Slippers
Socks, fancy
Socks, plain
CLASS 27
BEADING AND LEATHERWORK
State size of article
PRIZES - 1st $4.00 2nd $3.00 3rd $2.00
Note: Small articles should be mounted on cardboard
or
displayed in a small box.
BEADING
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Brooch
Dream catcher
Earrings
Friendship bracelet
Necklace
Pendant
Planter
Ring
Beaded ornament
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LEATHER
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
Belt
Change purse
Gloves
Handbag
Headband
Jewelry
Lady's purse
Garment
Mitts, 1 pair
Moccasins, 1 pair
Poncho
Tunic top
Wallet
CLASS 28
ART
Maximum size 24" x 24"
PRIZES - 1st $4.00 2nd $3.00 3rd $2.00
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
Abstract art, acrylic
Abstract art, watercolor
Abstract art, oil
Abstract art, mixed media
Charcoal sketch
Greeting card, any occasion
Nib and India ink sketch
Oil painting, landscape
Oil painting, portrait
Oil painting, still life
Oil painting, animal or birds
Paint by number
Pencil Sketch
Watercolor scene
Watercolor, still life
Watercolor, portrait
Watercolor, animal or birds
Artwork, birds or animals
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19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.
35.
36.
Crayon work
Wood burning
Adult, original poem
Acrylic, still life
Acrylic, portrait
Acrylic, animals or birds
Acrylic, landscape
Mixed media, still life
Mixed media, portrait
Mixed media, animals or birds
Mixed media, landscape
Painting on glass
Silhouette, painted
Coloured pencil or pen sketch, bird or animal
Coloured pencil or pen sketch, landscape
Coloured pencil or pen sketch, marine
Coloured pencil or pen sketch, portrait
Coloured pencil or pen sketch, still life
CLASS 29
CRAFTS
State size for display purposes
PRIZES - 1st $4.00 2nd $3.00 3rd $2.00
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
Artificial Flower Arrangement
Bird House
Candle, beeswax
Candle, molded
Clay pot, decorated
Driftwood article
Model, balsa wood
Plaster work
Shell craft
Shell craft jewelry
Stain glass
String art
Wreath, dried flowers
Wreath, grape vine
Wreath, paper ribbon
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DECORATIVE FOLK ART
16.
17.
18.
Lawn and garden ornament
Signs
Wall hanging
WOODWORK
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29
30.
31.
32,
Bread board
Carving, hand carved
Carving, dremell
Clock
Decoy
Lathe work
Lawn ornament
Magazine rack or quilt rack
Primary Folk art – i.e. wooden egg or mask
Scroll work
Table lamp
Wooden plant holder
Wooden toy
Wooden clock
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CLASS 30
GIFT WRAPPING
PRIZES - 1st $4.00 2nd $3.00 3rd $2.00
Parcel, gift wrapped, suitable for the following occasions. All parcels are to be empty
boxes. Box size is to be no larger than 12”X12”. Please state size used.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Anniversary
Baby shower
Birthday, child
Easter
Father's Day
6.
7.
8.
9.
Mother's Day
St. Patrick's Day
Valentine's Day
Wedding
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CLASS 31
CERAMICS
State size for display purpose
PRIZES - 1st $4.00 2nd $3.00 3rd $2.00
RULES
1. Each entry must be the work of the person in whose name it is entered and
must have been made since the last fair.
2. Bottoms of pieces must be finished. Felted bottoms will be accepted, but will
loosened for judging.
3. Names of exhibitors must not be visible to the Judge.
4. Only one entry per section in each of the categories. Where multiple items
comprise the entry, only submit a few – i.e. chess set – 4 pieces, nativity set –
3 pieces.
5. State size of piece. Maximum height for vases is 14".
1.
Ashtray large, over 6"
2. Bookends
3. Bowl
4. Candleholder, any variety
5. Canisters, 3
6. Chess set
7. Cookie Jar
8. Doll
9. Face
10. Figurines, 1 pair
11. Lamp
12. Mug
13. Music box
14. Ornament, animal
15. Ornament, bird
16. Plant holder, large-over 6”
17. Plant holder, small-under 6”
.
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18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
Plate
Salt & Pepper shakers
Statuette
Vase, large – over 6”
Vase, small – under 6”
Yard Ornament
Wall plaque
Cream & Sugar set
CLASS 32
HOME AND SCHOOL COMPETITION
PRIZES - 1st $4.00 2nd $3.00 3rd $2.00
NOTE: 'A' ages 3 to 5
'B' ages 6 to 8
'C' ages 9 and 10
4th $1.00
'D' ages 11 and 12
'E' ages 13 and 14
'F' ages 15 and 16
RULES: All Entries must be done by the child. Entries not completely dried
will not be accepted.
No entry to be larger than 12" x 18" where size is not indicated.
Work of current year only will be accepted. Originality is a major factor in
judging.
DO NOT MOUNT ANY WORK
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
Abstract artwork or craft - 81\2" x 11" or 12" x 18"
Artwork of paper Mache - maximum 24" x 24"
Article made from plastic bottle
Bottle figure
Christmas artwork or craft - 81\2" x 11" or 12" x 18"
Collage - state size
Collection of any type – label and classify - state size
Collection pressed leaves – label and classify - 12" x 18"
Composition - 50 to 60 lines
Dream catcher
Easter artwork or craft- 81\2" x 11" or 12" x 18"
Egg carton, meat tray critter - mixed media
Father's Day artwork or craft - 81\2" x 11" or 12" x 18"
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14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.
35.
36.
37.
38.
39.
40.
41.
42.
43.
44.
45.
46.
47.
48.
Friendship bracelet
Halloween art or craft – 8 ½ " x 11" or smaller
Handwriting sample, ink or pencil - 10 lines from published book 8 ½ " x 11"
Handicraft not listed - 9" x 11" (NO MOBILES)
Handicraft, woodwork
Illustrated poem, printed – 8 ½ " x 11" - state author
Illustrated project - any subject, own drawings
Masks - state size
Mother's Day artwork or craft – 8 ½ " x 11" or 12" x 18"
Notebook – 8 ½ " x 11"
Painting - state size
Paper plate art
Picture - any subject - coloured - own drawing 8 ½ " x 11" or 12" x 18"
Picture, torn paper – 8 ½ " x 11" or 12" x 18"
Play dough or plastercine figure - state size
Popsicle stick artwork - state size
Printing, minimum 10 lines – 8 ½ " x 11"
Puppet - state size
Sketch – 8 ½ " x 11" or 12" x 18"
St. Patrick's Day artwork or craft – 8 ½ " x 11" or 12" x 18"
Thanksgiving artwork or craft – 8 ½ " x 11" or 12" x 18"
Tie dying - state size
Tissue paper artwork or craft- 8 ½ " x 11" or 12" x 18"
Valentine's Day artwork or craft – 8 ½ " x 11" or 12" x 18"
Water colour scene - state size
Decorated T-shirt or sweatshirt
Snapshots - 4 colored - theme
Original poem
Computer Design, with border, saying
‘KENORA AGRICULTURAL EXHIBITION – 2012’
Original Computer Design
Decoupage
Quilting – any other article
Design a CD cover for an imaginary band or singer
Hilarious hat, not to exceed 18 in. in diameter, must be able to wear
Create a door knob sign for your bedroom using cardboard
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‘PROMOTE YOUR FAIR’
YOUTH POSTER COMPETITION
“Original Hand Made Design”
JUNIOR POSTER
Entries for youth up to and including Grade 4
INDERMEDIATE POSTER
Entries for youth Grade 5 to Grade 8 inclusive
Prize Money – 1ST - $10.00
2ND - $6.00
3RD - $4.00
Criteria for both classes:
- Theme: “Promoting Your Fair”
- Must be hand drawn – showing NAME, PLACE & DATES
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Poster size: Minimum - 8 ½ “x11” (23cmx28cm) without
border
- Poster size Maximum – 11”X 17” (28cmX44cm) without border
- Each entry must be centered on a CARDSTOCK or BRISTOL
BOARD exposing a 2” border on all four sides
THE WINNING POSTER FROM EACH CLASS WILL BE
ELIGIBLE TO ENTER THE DISTRICT COMPETITION
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CLASS 33A & CLASS 33B
PHOTOGRAPHY
A – 14 YEARS AND UNDER
B – 15 YEARS AND OVER
PRIZES - 1st $4.00 2nd $3.00 3rd $2.00
Each photograph is not to exceed 8”X10". Mount one picture on backing.
DO NOT USE MATTE FINISHED PLASTIC COVERS.
BLACK AND WHITE SNAPSHOTS
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Adult(s), 1
Animals, 1
Birds, 1
Child\Children, 1
Flower, close up, 1
Novelty shot, 1
Messy faces, 1
Crazy hair, 1
Scenery – Autumn, 1
Scenery – Spring, 1
Scenery – Summer, 1
Scenery – Winter, 1
Still life, 1
Landscape, 1
Clouds, 1
Summer Fun, 1
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Adult(s), 1
Animals, 1
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Child\Children, 1
Flowers, close up, 1
Landscape, 1
Novelty shot, 1
Messy face, 1
Crazy hair, 1
Scenery – Autumn, 1
Scenery – Spring, 1
Scenery – Summer, 1
Scenery – Winter, 1
Still life, 1
Sunrise, 1
Sunset or late evening, 1
Clouds,1
Summer fun, 1
CLASS 34
SPECIAL NEEDS CHILDREN WITH THE
ABILITY TO CREATE
(16 YEARS OF AGE AND UNDER)
Prizes; 1st - $4.00
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2nd - $3.00
3rd - $2.00
Stitched item
Decoration made from nature items
Christmas decorations
Pen or pencil drawing
Picture collection, 5 mounted
Muffins, 3, no paper cups
Favorite squares, 4 pieces, ( named, on the entry tag)
Cookies, 3
Baking Powder Biscuits, 3
4th - $1.00
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FAMILY SCARECROW
COMPETITION
ENTRY FEE - $5.00
PRIZES - 1st $30.00 2nd $20.00 3rd $10.00
1. Must be free standing - (T-shaped frame)
2. Must be 5 feet or taller.
Judges will be looking for: ability to make noise, scary looking,
originality/traditional, and colour
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BIG MAX PUMPKIN CONTEST
FOR GROWERS OF BIG MAX PUMPKINS A SEPARATE CONTEST IS ALSO
HELD IN THE MALL IN LATE SEPTEMBER.
EXHIBITORS MUST HAVE CURRENT MEMBERSHIP (ADULTS-$5.00,
CHILDREN -$3.00)
Please note the following categories:
Class A - Adults: 19 yrs and over: Class B - Youth: 15 to 18 years;
Class C - Children: 14 years and under
PRIZES - 1st - $10.00
2nd - $8.00
3rd - $6.00
JOE KURTZ MEMORIAL TROPHY - Youth - Heaviest Pumpkin
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Heaviest Big Max Pumpkin
Largest Big Max Pumpkin
Mystery Weight for Big Max Pumpkin
Roundest Big Max Pumpkin
Weirdest Big Max Pumpkin
Best Painted Face on Big Max Pumpkin
PLEASE WATCH THE NEWSPAPER FOR
CONTEST DATES
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HORSESHOE SINGLES COMPETITION
THURSDAY AUG 2, 2012
6:00 P.M. SHARP
KENORA RECREATION CENTRE
NO PREREGISTRATION NECESSARY
1ST 20 PARTICIPANTS WILL BE ENTERED
HORSESHOE DOUBLES COMPETITION
FRIDAY AUGUST 3RD, 2012
6:00 P.M. SHARP
KENORA RECREATION CENTRE
NO PREREGISTRATION NECESSARY
1ST 20 TEAMS WILL BE ENTERED
$$$CASH PRIZES$$$
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DONATIONS
HORSESHOE PITCHING CONTEST
C.J. Edwards & Son
DeGagne Motors
Northstar Plumbing Services
Dufresne Furniture
Kenora Truck Service Derouard Motors
Neniska Repair
Andre Tardiff Agency
Bell’s Lake-Vu Motel & Services Ltd.
MISCELLANEOUS
Irene Kember
Ann Kostantin
Marlene Hutlet
Jan Lindstrom
Home Hardware
Mike Newton
Colleen Vandervliet
Eileen Portier
Verna Sundnes
Carolynn Cameron
Godbout Auto Service
Kenora Truck Service
Vince Schatkowsky
Don Cameron
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