North Peace nd Fall Fair August 16, 17 & 18, 2019
Admission: 5 & Under: FREE Age 6-16: $5 Adults: $10 Seniors: $5
Dog Agility! Friday Night!
• Daily Entertainment • Pancake Breakfast Saturday & Sunday • RV Parking $40 for the weekend • Shuttle Bus Services Saturday & Sunday Much more information inside ~1~
Free Shuttle Bus! Donated by
Free shuttles will be leaving from North Peace Senior Secondary School on the corner of 86 St. and 93 Ave. Parking will be available in the staff and student parking lots. North Peace Fair Grounds
1000 in-Store Voucher
Family Farm Award Donated by
Located 21 km North of Fort St John at 15177 Rose Prairie Rd.
Departure times Leave the High School: 10:30 am 11:30 am 12:30 pm 1:30 pm
Leave the Fairgrounds: 3:00 pm 4:00 pm 5:00 pm 6:00 pm
and the North Peace Fall Fair Society *Rules and regulations available at the office during fair dates*
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Fort St. John North Peace Located on the Secondary corner of 86 St. School and 93 Ave
Thank you for making this possible
to the Fair
It is my extreme pleasure as President of the North Peace Fall Fair society to welcome each and everyone of you to our 72nd annual Fall Fair. This event would not be possible if it was not for the generosity of our sponsors, as well as the endless hours put in by our volunteers. Some of them have been volunteering for over 50 years. On behalf of those sponsors and volunteers I sincerely hope that you enjoy the fair this year. If you have any concerns or comments, please do not hesitate to provide them to us. Also, if you have some time, and want to be involved in this very rewarding experience, we would welcome your participation as well. See you at the North Peace Fall Fair Sincerely Bruce D. Christensen
President Past President Vice President Secretary & Treasurer Directors
Bruce Christensen Monty Brody Ron Blanchette Kevin Penner Kristen Brody Roger Flint Jim Lavigne Lorna Penner
Horse Shoes & Log Sawing Entertainment Tractor Pull Sheep, Goats, & Hogs Horses Heavy Horse Pull Cattle
Terry Davidson Ron Blanchette Dave Wuthrich Cathy Lube Diana Foster Carl Copeland Carla Harman Sherri Fell Melanie Guttner Dairy Cattle Bonnie Carlson Poultry Denise Hauenstein Pets & Rabbits Kevin Penner Grain & Forage Lorna Wollen Vegetables Dairy/Poultry Produce, & Home Canning Pam Blaney Kari Brody Home Baking Natalie Jeannotte Flowers & Foliage Florence Ferber Handicrafts & Artwork Jim Lavigne Photography Pam Oâ€™Brien Junior Exhibits
Aims & Objectives of the North Peace Fall Fair 1. To stage an annual Fair which will be a showcase of quality livestock, produce of the soil, home crafts and the work of young people. 2. To promote and educate the public in all aspects of the agricultural industry. 3. To support and encourage 4H in the community. 4. To bring together rural and urban people for wholesome entertainment and good sportsmanship.
North Peace Fall Fair History The first agricultural fair in the North Peace was held where the Robert Ogilvie School now stands in 1929. The next year the fair was held at the Carmichael place 1 ½ miles west of North Pine. The “Peacemakers” of the group met in 1930 at Rose Prairie to form the basis of the present fair. The following year the North Pine Farmers Institute Agricultural Fair was started. The next few fairs were held at North Pine. During the war years the fair was discontinued to be resumed later. In early spring of 1947 the communities north of Fort St. John decided to form the North Peace Fall Fair Association. As there was no money in this new organization each of the members donated $1.00 to help buy stamps, envelopes, etc. It was decided to ask businesses in the area to contribute to the fair to help defray the costs. For many years this was the main source of income.
JACK & HARVEY PARKER CUTTING LOGS FOR THE HOUSE At this fair a light aircraft carried young and old on 15 minute flights using the Jim Young hay field as the air strip. This fair also had three girls as Harvest Queens sponsored by the Women’s Institute. This first prize list was in leaflet form printed free of charge by Ma and George Murray. Judges for this fair were Dr. J. Giles, Dawson Creek, E.A. Tucker, Pouce Coupe and Russell Brown, District Agriculturist.
The old log house on the grounds was built by Jack and Harvey Parker in 1928. To the best of our knowledge it is the oldest standing building on any fairgrounds in BC. At the time of the land purchase there was also a log barn on the property built in 1935 – 36 by Frank Coglan. The fair board purchased this barn at a cost of $400.00 but in 1986 it had to be torn down for safety reasons. Various buildings on the grounds have been donated by different communities to add to the fair. The most significant being the Pineview Hall donated when the Pineview Community Club disbanded in 1978. Some of the small concession stands came from the other local communities. The large Handicraft building was moved by Dan Pomeroy to the grounds in 1960. He had problems crossing the Montney Bridge with it and it had to be split in two. The building was bought for a cost of $2000.00 and cost $750.00 to move. The permanent buildings that have been built since the land was purchased have been a 280 foot cattle barn, a small animal barn and the new office. A display booth and the new entertainment stage have helped to expand the general public’s involvement. Other major improvements were the rings for the cattle and horses and wash facilities for the animals, as well as a new display booth, the new 4-H building, a new heavy horse ring and a new light horse and heavy horse barn. Some other things done were a tractor pull track in 1999. Some of the labor and part of the funds for the materials were provided by the North Peace Senior 4-H Council and were greatly appreciated by the Fair Board. The cooperation between 4-H and the Fair Board over the years has helped to produce a successful fair. The latest improvements being a washroom facility with running water and flush toilets for the public. They now have hot water to both the bathrooms and to the kitchen.
North Pine, Pineview, Montney and Rose Prairie shared the fair on a rotation basis holding it in a different community each year. 1947 1948 1949 1950
Rose Prairie Hall North Pine School Pineview Hall Montney School
1951 1952 1953 1954
Rose Prairie Hall North Pine School Pineview Hall Montney School
In 1954 Albert Germaine leased 10 acres of land at the recent site for use as fair grounds. This land purchased in 1978 and in 1981 an additional 33 acres of land had been added to make up the present Fair Grounds and Regional Park. This was made possible with the help of the Regional District.
At the present time the fair board is in the process of replacing some of the original display booths with more spacious ones. The old ones are to the point of being beyond repair and unsafe to continue to use for many more years. We have the funds to build these booths but the lack of manpower to make it happen.
Contents Welcome 3 Executive 3 Aims and Objectives 3 History 4 Rules and Regulations 5 Educational Bursary 6 Rafter K Wheelwright 6 Log Sawing 6 Bingo 6 Pioneer of the Year 7 Horse Shoes 8 Children’s Entertainment 8 Entertainment at the Grandstands 8 Talent Show 9 Tractor Pull 10 Sheep 11 Goats 11 Light Horse 12-13
Heavy Horse Pull 14 Cattle 15-16 Dairy Cattle 17 Hogs 18 Poultry 18 Rabbits and Small Animals 19 Grains and Forage 21 Fruits and Vegetables 22-23 Dairy and Poultry Produce 23 Home Canning 24-25 Home Baking 26 Flowers and Foliage 27-28 Handicrafts 28-31 Artwork 31 Photography 32 Junior Exhibits 32-35 Kids Colouring Contest 36 Livestock and General Entry Forms 37-38
Rules & Regulations 1. No claim for injury to any person or property shall ever be asserted nor suit instituted or maintained against the Fair Board, its officers and members, or agents by or on behalf of any visitor or any person, firm or corporation or their agents, representative or employee, having licence or privilege to exhibit in the area or occupy any space thereon. 2. Before preparing your exhibits for entry be sure to read the prize list carefully, & follow the instructions therein. Each entry will be entered under the class number chosen by the exhibitor as recorded on the entry form. 3. Please complete the enclosed entry form attached to your fair list, if possible with entries from all the family. All entry fees paid at the grounds on fair day, except horses. No entries accepted unless accompanied by an entry form. Exhibitors are responsible for their own errors or omissions and those of their agents in the preparation of entry forms. 4. ENTRIES WILL BE TAKEN ON FRIDAY FROM 3:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. (other than livestock – see each livestock section for possible different times). Judging will be Saturday from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm. Exhibits will then be open to viewing from 1:00 pm to 8:00 pm Saturday and from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm Sunday. Entries MUST be picked up at 4:30 pm Sunday (left at the owner’s risk after 5:00 pm Sunday). 5. All exhibits shall be under the control and direction of the Fair Board but solely at the risk of the exhibitor. The Fair Board will not be responsible for damage, injury, loss or theft. Each exhibitor will be solely responsible for any loss, injury or damage arising from any animal or article exhibited by him, and for its description as given in the Fair Book and shall indemnify the Fair Board against all legal or other proceedings in regard thereto. 6. ALL EXHIBITS MUST REMAIN ON THE GROUNDS UNTIL 4:00 P.M. the Sunday of the fair unless permission has otherwise been granted by the Fair Board. This will be strictly adhered to and prize money will be with-held in the case of any infraction of this rule. 7. Only one entry will be allowed each exhibitor in any class other than livestock. 8. Only bedding and water will be supplied for all livestock exhibited.
9. Children, 15 years and under, entering Junior Exhibits are not required to pay an entry fee, but if they wish to enter in senior classes they are subject to the class entry fee. 10. All exhibits must be grown or manufactured by the exhibitor, & the article to be correctly named & properly labelled. All items must be made since the last fair. 11. No prize awarded if the exhibit is not of sufficient merit. 12. The Fair Board will not pay regular prize money in classes that have special prizes and/or sponsorship. 13. The Executive reserves the right to substitute good-in-kind instead of cash prizes. 14. All judges decisions to be accepted as final. Aggregate points are totalled on 3 points for 1st, 2 points for 2nd and 1 point for 3rd placing, except in horses and pets. 15. Judges may not exhibit in the section in which they have been invited to judge. 16. In case of insufficient funds, prize money will be pro-rated. 17. All credit vouchers to be presented to the donors within 30 days or they will not be valid. 18. Gift Certificates may be issued instead of prize money for total winnings $10.00 and under. 19. A person who has a domestic animal shall dispose of excrement from that domestic animal in a manner and at a location where the excrement will not cause a public inconvenience or annoyance. 20. All persons shall restrain a domestic animal by a leash not longer than two meters.
North Peace Fall Fair Educational Bursary Each year there is a $500 Bursary awarded to a grade 12 graduate by the North Peace Fall Fair board To be eligible a student must: • Have done volunteer work at the North Peace Fall Fair * Community involvement is more important than exceptional academics • Be looking in to pursuing a career in an agricultural field • Be registered and accepted to a post-secondary institute within five years of graduating (or some other work exchange educational program)
Contact the Fair Board office for more details and how to apply.
Rafter K Wheelwright
We will be back this year at the Fall Fair at our regular location!
In addition to Buggy and Sleigh, we will have some antique furniture, oil lamps, clocks and other collectables. We hope to see you all there! Rafter K Wheelwright P.O. Box 303 Randy Kirschner Charlie Lake, B.C. 250-262-9547 (cell) V0C 1H0 250-785-5694 (evenings) Website: www.rafterk.ca
Bingo Start Time: TBA
• No one under the age of 19 • 25 cents a card per game
• All proceeds go back to the Fair Board for maintenance of the bathroom facilities
Log Sawing Contest Chairperson: Terry Davidson 250-794-8439 • • • •
Prize Money: 1st: $5 2nd: $4 3rd: $3 Events to start at 11:00am Saturday beside band stand Entries may be made at the site of the contest Entries taken up to the time of starting
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Ladies’ Cross Cut Saw Ladies’ Swede Saw Ladies’ Railroad Spike Drive Men and Ladies Jack and Jill Cross Cut Saw Men’s Cross Cut Saw Men’s Swede Saw Men’s Railroad Spike Drive Boys’/Girls’ Cross Cut Saw -11 to 15 years only Boys’/Girls’ Swede Saw –up to 11 years Boys’/Girls’ Swede Saw -11 to 15 years Boys’/Girls’ Standard 6” Nail Drive –up to 11 years Boys’/Girls’ Standard 6” Nail Drive -11 to 15 years
Pioneer of the Year Each year the Fair Committee chooses 2 individuals or couples to be the North Peace Fall Fair Pioneers of the Year Criteria: 1. Must have been involved in agriculture in the North Peace 2. Must have been a participant in the Fall Fair 3. Must be over the age of 70 years rvice 4. Must have been a past member or faithful volunteer to the Fall Fair e s d e t a dedic for your u ace o y 5. Must have lived a minimum of 25 years in the North Peace k n a North Pe e h t and th g . in s k r a a e m y 6. Nominations must be to the committee in writing by June 15 e in l over th and help u f s s e c c Recipients receive a gift certificate for a dinner for two. so su Fall Fair
2018 Pioneer of the Year Cathy Busche with North Peace 2018 Pioneers of the Year Ellen and Glenn Fox with Fall Fair organizers Bruce Christensen, Lorna Penner, and North Peace Fall Fair organizers Bruce Christensen, Lorna Kevin Penner. Penner, and Kevin Penner. Past Award Recipients: 1994 Bill Bishop Enola Hiekethier
1995 Liz Parker Dave Jamison
1996 Evelyn Wood Ella Frazer
1997 Alice & Emmit Smith Opal & Norman Armstrong
1998 Lloyd & Muriel Mytron Bob & Audrie Ross
1999 Mary Humphries Blanche Hipkiss
2000 Cecil Elliot Bob & Adeline Kelly
2001 Clara Mjogdal Betty Oliver
2002 Lucy Dool Nora Sall
2003 Ada Bell George Jeffrey
2004 Joe & Marjorie Kosick Doug & Yvonne Wiles
2005 John & Freda Mertler Wilma Robarge
2006 Viola Martin Amy Smith
2007 Len & Jean Copeland
2008 Walter & Mae Becker
2009 Bert & Fran Wilson Hans & Elsie Myhres
2010 Eric & Shirley Sturt Thore Espe
2011 Mildred Whitford Jim & Irene Large
2012 Cliff Forster Heath Tanner
2013 Lloyd & Eleanor Blanchette Vic & Peggy Blanchette
2014 Garry & Betty Stewart Walter & Rose Hetman
2015 Margaret & Cecil Dool
2016 Bill & Vendla Thompson
2017 Tim & Pat Twomey Lyle Edwards
2018 Cathy Busche Glenn and Ellen Fox
Anyone who knows someone worthy of this nomination please send a paragraph with the name of your candidate and an explanation for your choice to the North Peace Fall Fair at RR #1, Site 16, Comp 56, Fort St John, BC, V1J 4M6. All nominations must be in writing. ~7~
Horseshoes Chairperson: Terry Davidson 250-794-8439 • • • • • • •
Entry fee: $5.00 each or $10.00 per team Entries taken at 1:00pm Sunday (start of tournament) Players must choose own partners Rules will be posted at playing site Contestants shall be at horseshoe pit at designated time or forfeit to the other team Only Fair Board horseshoes allowed for use in the tournament In the event of a dispute arising, the executive decision shall be final and binding on all competitors
1st place $30 each 2nd place $20 each 3rd place $10 each
Ladies’ Singles Men’s Singles: Doubles:
A & B division A & B division
Children’s Entertainment Story Time Tent: Sunday Only -12:30-5:30pm
• Volunteers: Fort St John Library
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Bouncy Castles: • Tentative
• Fantastic Faces by Deanna • Saturday and Sunday
Chairpersons: Emily Blanchette Age groups: 5 & under, 6 to 9, 10 & up Colouring sheets available at the back of the book, on the NPFF website and all weekend at the office All entries must be to the office by 3:00pm Sunday Prize awarded to the winner of each age group Prizes will be mailed to the winners
Entertainment at the Grandstand Chairperson: Ron Blanchette 250-793-4376 FRIDAY
Friday Night Live –Stage Show Bring the whole family for a fun and relaxing evening of live country music. And if your feet get cold grab a partner for a spin around the dance floor. • Jack Jackson and the JRB 7:00pm-8:00pm • Special Guest Performance 8:30pm-10:00pm Special Guest performance sponsored by
Family Dance -7:30pm to 11:00pm • Live music with Jack Jackson & JRB • Warm up with a whirl around the dance floor or sit back and enjoy some live country music • Fun for the whole family!
Jack Jackson & JRB Stage Show -1:00pm to 2:00pm • Come and enjoy some live country music from a Canadian artist that has been performing for over 30 years Annual Amateur Talent Show • Master of Ceremonies: Jack Jackson • Best of Show: $50 cash • Prizes: 1st -$15, 2nd -$10, 3rd -$5 cash • Registration Deadline: 1:45pm at the stage sound booth • For more info see next page Jack Jackson & JRB Stage Show -4:30pm to 5:00pm • Jack will be closing the talent show with a half hour of entertainment while the judges are tallying score Dance-a-thon Dance Competition -5:00pm to 6:00pm Grab a partner and dance till can’t dance anymore! • Registration Deadline: 5:00 pm at sound booth • Prizes will be awarded to the last ones dancing! • All ages welcome • Dance Competition sponsored by
Church Service -10:00am to 11:00am • Please feel free to join us for an hour of music and biblical thought Jack Jackson & JRB Stage Show -1:00pm to 2:00pm • Come and enjoy some more live family friendly country music Open Music Jamboree -2:00pm to 4:00pm • Master of Ceremonies: Jack Jackson • Any individual and groups are welcome to sing, dance or entertain with any other performing arts • Registration: at the stage sound booth
North Peace Fall Fair Amateur Talent Show Amateur Talent Show is sponsored by K-Mac Signs and Graphics Categories
Youth -17 & under Ent 101 –Individual Music Ent 102 –Group Music Ent 103 –Individual Performing Arts Ent 104 –Group Performing Arts
Adult -18 & over Ent 201 –Individual Music Ent 202 –Group Music Ent 203 –Individual Performing Arts Ent 204 –Group Performing Arts
Best In Show:
Category Prizes: 1st -$15 cash . 2nd -$10 cash . 3rd -$5 cash
Entries must be in good taste. NO ethnic group discrimination, foul or course language will be tolerated. Reminder; this is a “family” event and all music, songs and stage acts must be age, as well as audience appropriate. If any act is deemed inappropriate at any time the entrant will be asked to leave the stage. Entry Fee is the gate wrist band, which is received upon arrival at the Fairgrounds. Registration at the stage sound booth Entrants must supply their own music (iPod, or iPhone) or instrument. Sound system is supplied. Please see Debbie prior to performance. Make sure sound device is labelled and picked up when finished. Performing Arts can be any stage act, demo, dance, skit, short drama, etc. Music can be any combination of singing and instrumental performance. Seasoned Performers are welcome to come and share their music during the Open Music Jamboree on Sunday afternoon, but are asked not to join in on the Saturday Amateur Talent Show. By entering the NPFF Talent show I/we are giving permission/ authorizing the use of my/our picture, video recording, and name in future promotional material. I/we understand that no compensation can be gained from the said use of my/our likeness, name or music.
Tractor Pull Chairperson: Dave & Karen Wuthrich . 250-262-9043
Registration & Weigh In: Friday 6:00-9:00pm at the Fairgrounds Tractor Parade: Saturday 10:30am & Sunday after Church service Lawn Tractor Agility Event: Saturday evening for Children 16 & under Tractor Pulls: Saturday & Sunday at 11:00am Antique Tractors -1965 & older $25 per tractor Farm Tractors -1966 & newer $35 per tractor Junior Class Must be supervised by a parent or guardian $25 for first tractor $10 for each additional tractor **FOR REGISTRATION FORM** Please call 250-262-9043 to request a form. Forms will then be faxed to the entrant
We want to Thank our Sponsors who continue to support us…
Al Scobie Prairie Coast Equipment Tom’s Construction K-Mac Sign & Design Peace Glass Ltd Northern Auto Electric Valley Seed Farm Foster’s Agri World Hans On Mechanical Services Lyle &Francis Edwards & Family
Clifford & Bev Forster Caps Transport Ltd FSJ Seed Cleaning CO-OP Vendla Thompson Roger Flint Service On Site PW Farms Ltd Rocky Mountain Equipment Rona
1. Open to all agricultural farm tractors 2. Decisions of the judges will be final 3. Contestants may be disqualified for not following the rules or if the tractor is not being operated in a safe manner 4. If tractor or sled goes over boundary lines you will be disqualified 5. Directors reserve the right to make changes to the operation of the tractor pull 6. Contestants will be required to sign a declaration in regard to any responsibility for mishaps 7. No driving tractors unless at the track or in the parade 8. Must have a heavy duty shackle with minimum 3 inch opening 9. Draw must be no higher than 20 inches and no shorter than 18 inches back of center axle. 10. No passenger on tractor 11. No alteration after weigh in and inspection 12. Front tires no higher than 12 inches off the ground at the start line Classes to be decided after preregistration There must be 3 entries in each class or you will go up a class
Sheep Chairperson: Cathy Lube Prize Money: 1st – $10, 2nd – $7.50, 3rd – $5 Entering: • Entries can be made Saturday 8am-9am • All entries must be in by 9am Saturday of Fair • Entry fee: $2.00 • Please make all cheques payable to North Peace Fall Fair Society Rules: • Entrants must supply feed • Entrants must clean their stalls after use • Juniors must be 12 years and under • All entries must remain until 5pm on Sunday, unless preauthorized by chairperson Judging: 9:30am Saturday *order of sheep or goat dependant on judge (announced Friday)
A01 Junior Grooming A02 Junior Showmanship A03 Open Grooming A04 Open Showmanship A05 Bottle Fed Lamb by Junior A06 Ewe Lamb A07 Yearling Ewe –lamb(s) at side A08 Dry Yearling Ewe A09 Mature Ewe –lamb(s) at side A10 Grand Champion Ewe A11 Ram Lamb A12 Yearling Ram A13 Ram 2 years and over A14 Grand Champion Ram A15 Market Lamb 95-125 lbs A16 Breeders Exhibit • Must consist of at least 1 Ewe, Ram (can be a lamb) and a lamb A17 Educational Display
Goats Chairperson: Cathy Lube Prize Money: 1st – $10, 2nd – $7.50, 3rd – $5 Entering: • Entries can be made Friday 8pm-9pm or Saturday 8am-9am • All entries must be in by 9am Saturday of Fair • Entry fee: $2.00 • Please make all cheques payable to North Peace Fall Fair Society Rules: • Entrants must supply feed • Entrants must clean their stalls after use • Juniors must be 12 years and under • All entries must remain until 5pm on Sunday, unless preauthorized by chairperson Judging: 9:30am Saturday *order of sheep or goat dependant on judge (announced Friday)
Goat B01 Junior Showmanship B02 Open Showmanship B03 Miniature Goat Meat Goat B04 Market Kid B05 Doe Kid B06 Dry Yearling Doe B07 Yearling Doe –kid(s) at side B08 Mature Doe –kid(s) at side B09 Grand Champion Meat Doe Dairy Goat B10 Doe Kid B11 Dry Yearling Doe B12 Milking Yearling Doe B13 Mature Doe B14 Grand Champion Dairy Doe B15 Education Goat Display
WANTED Volunteers of All Ages and Abilities
The NPFF is an event enjoyed by many throughout the Peace Region and is made possible by its number of hard working and dedicated volunteers. But every year this number drops. The NPFF board is looking for all and anyone with time and a willingness to step up and become involved. Whether it is helping to prepare for the grounds for fair day at weekly work bees, taking charge of a booth or event, working in the office or taking take care of the garbage’s on fair day, all and any help is welcome. For information on how you and/or your family can get involved or attend a monthly meeting please contact any of the listed chair persons or visit www.northpeacefallfair.com ~11~
Light Horse Chairperson: Diana Foster 250-785-2430 /250-261-8991 Rules & Regulations Show Committee: • Announcer: TBA • Show Secretary: TBA • Ring Steward: TBA • Whipper-In: TBA • Judge: TBA • Jumper Course Designer: TBA Money will be awarded for performance classes: 1st -$15, 2nd -$10, 3rd -$5 Ribbons and gifts will be awarded for equitation classes All classes will receive ribbons to sixth place Entry fee: All $6.00 per class Mail entries post marked no later than August 1, 2019 to: Show Secretary RR1 Site16 Comp112 Fort St John BC • V1J 4M6 Please make cheques payable to North Peace Fall Fair Society
Early entries are greatly appreciated in order to avoid a last minute rush. Thank you for your cooperation.
Registered horses must have registration papers available for inspection, upon request 2. Horse show committee shall have the right to cancel or combine classes at their discretion if there are insufficient entries. 3. A $2.00 NON-REFUNDABLE fee will be charged per number. Each horse will have its own number. Numbers are to be worn on back of contestant or affixed to their saddle pad. Disqualification can result if wrong or no number is shown. 4. Entry Fees will be refunded ONLY if a doctor or veterinarian certificate is given. 5. All protests must be made in writing to the horse show secretary by 6:00 pm Sunday, and shall be accompanied by a $25 deposit. 6. Exhibitors/Contestants must be in the holding ring 10 minutes prior to class. Once the judge has been told the class is complete and the gate is closed no one will be permitted to enter. 7 Only stallions with impeccable manners and under constant supervision will be permitted. Handlers must be 18 or over. In the interests of safety for contestants and spectators, unruly stallions will be required to leave the grounds. 8. Horse substitutions are permitted in cases of illness or lameness. 9. Horses to be under control at all times. Unruly horses will be excused for the safety of all. 10.. Please note that in order to run an organized show it is imperative to register early. 11. No cross entry with Road Hack & Show Hack. 12. Post entries must be in 4 classes ahead at double entry fee! No Exceptions! 13. Hunter & Jumper classes – 2 ft. classes are for horses in first year of showing. 14.. Hunter & Jumper classes – only 2 consecutive classes per section. 15. Dress codes for all classes will be enforced. 16. Competitors meeting Saturday and Sunday morning 8:30am in office area – catch up on rules, ask questions, etc. 17. Dressage – only 2 consecutive classes per section. Jr. A – 15 to 17 years Age as of January 1 Jr. B – 12 to 14 years (year of show) Jr. C – 11 years & under
Light Horse Saturday -9:00am
C01 C02 C03 C04 C05 C06 C07 C08 C09 C10 C11 C12 C13 C14 C15 C16 C17 C18 C19 C20 C21 C22 C23 C24 C25 C26 C27 C28 .
C29 C30 C31 C32 C33 C34 C35 C36 C37 C38 C39
Huntseat Equitation over fences for Novice Rider Hunter -2ft Hunter -2ft 6 Hunter -3ft Hunter Stake -$20 entry fee Jumper -2ft Jumper -2ft 6 Jumper -3ft Jumper Stake Class -$20 entry fee English Equitation –Jr. A English Equitation –Jr. B English Equitation –Jr. C English Equitation –Sr. English Novice Rider -1st yr. showing English Pleasure –Jr. A English Pleasure –Jr. B English Pleasure –Jr. C English Pleasure –Sr. English Pleasure Novice Horse -1st yr. showing English Pleasure Junior Horse –Horse 5yrs. & under English Pleasure Jack Benny -40 & over rider English Pleasure Color Class –Paints, Pintos & Appaloosas English Pleasure Stake -$20 entry fee SHOW HACK –open ROAD HACK –open Hunter Under Saddle –Jr. Hunter Under Saddle –Sr. Grand & Reserve Champion English Pleasure Classes 1st & 2nd Place Winners from all English Pleasure Classes
C40 C41 C42 C43 C44 C45 C46 C47 C48 C49 C50 C51 C52 C53 C54 C55 C56 C57 C58 C59 C60 C61 C62 . C63 C64 C65 C66 C67 C68
Foal (current year) Yearling Colts & Fillies 2 Year Old Geldings & Fillies –Registered –Non Specified 2 Year Old Geldings & Fillies –Grade 3 Year Old & Over Geldings –Registered –Non Specified 3 Year Old & Over Mares –Registered –Non Specified 3 Year Old & Over Geldings –Grade 3 Year Old & Over Mares –Grade Pony - 4.2 & Under (no cross entry with miniature class) Miniature Horses –all ages, all sexes Grand & Reserve Halter Champion –No Foals 1st & 2nd Place Winners from all Halter Classes Showmanship –Jr. A Showmanship –Jr. B Showmanship –Jr. C Showmanship –Sr. Lead-line Equitation -8 yrs. & under (January 1, current year) Walk/Trot Equitation -10 & under (no entry with Jr. C classes) Open Costume Class Western Equitation –Jr. A Western Equitation –Jr. B Western Equitation –Jr. C Western Equitation –Sr. Novice Western Rider -1st yr. showing Family Class Western Pleasure –Jr. A Western Pleasure –Jr. B Western Pleasure –Jr. C Western Pleasure –Sr. Western Pleasure Jack Benny -40 & over Western Pleasure Novice Horse -1st yr. showing Western Pleasure Jr. Horse -5 yrs. & under Western Pleasure Color Class –Paints, Pintos & Appaloosas Western Pleasure Stake -$20 entry fee Grand & Reserve Champion Western Horse 1st & 2nd Place Winners from all Western Pleasure Classes Matched Pairs 2 Way Versatility –Western to English Pleasure Driving -Single Pleasure Driving –Team Trail –Jr. Trail –Sr.
Heavy Horse Pull Chairpersons: Carl Copeland Open to all Teams: Heavy Horse, Light Horse and Pony Sunday at approximately 4:00pm Open to anyone, this is not an invitational pull. Entrees will be taken up to 2:00pm by the Heavy Horse Ring. Different weights of teams will apply.
An entry fee of $50.00 per team will be required. Prize Money: 1st, 2nd, 3rd & 4th place Anyone who makes 3 or more pulls, but does not place in the top 4 will receive $200.00 • Top Teamster Trophy • Oldest Teamster Prize
Rules & Regulations
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All teamsters, hookers and headers must be neat and clean Pull must be held in a secure area where general public is protected A meeting of teamsters, hookers, headers and officials will be held prior to the pull Only entered competitors, hookers, headers and officials allowed in pulling area. Ponies/Horses must be weighted before pull, as weight pulled over team weight is amount pulled. Boundary lines 10 feet apart Ponies, 14 feet Horse length of pull 10 feet Ponies. 14 feet Horses Pullers must supply their own eveners made in such a way as to be safe to hook and unhook. Offset double trees and neck yokes are allowed. Absolutely no dragging of double trees until team is in the pulling area. Each teamster is allowed two helpers, one hooker and one header. If helpers coach or interfere in any way, team will be disqualified. Header must not leave the pulling boundary lines; teamster and hooker must remain behind hindquarters of ponies/ horses. Once the team has hooked to the boat, they must stay between the boundary lines. Team allowed two tries to move the boat 10 feet. An unsuccessful attempt by the teamster to start the team constitutes one try. The pin and chain laid out flat measures 10 feet Ponies, 14 feet Horses. Pin must be out completely to qualify as a pull. Three tries to hook to the boat. Otherwise disqualified and weight reverts to previous pull. Deliberate stalling will result in disqualification. Judge to warn teamster once. Deliberate jerking of load is prohibited. Team will be disqualified and will revert to previous weight pulled.
A person may drive as many teams as they wish as long as entry fees are paid for each team and each team has been weighed. 18. Judge has full authority to stop any team over-pulled or abused in any way. 19. Driver of team is responsible for his helpers at all times. 20. Whipping, slapping of lines at any time will result in disqualification and will revert to previous weight pulled. 21. There must be two linesmen and a pin-man to assist the Judge. The linesmen have the authority to tell the Judge of any infractions and the Judge must act upon their information 22. A teamster may ask the Judge to centre the boat before hooking. If there are no means available to centre the boat, the Judge may wave off the sideline rule and ask the teamster to centre the boat during the pull. 23. If a break in harness or equipment occurs, there will be a time limit of five minutes to fix break and complete the pull. If a teamster forfeits the pull or a five minute time limit expires on the pull at which the breakage occurred, he must pull the next weight the full distance or the weight goes back to the previous completed pull. 24. Teamsters are not to argue with or harass the Judge. To do so will result in disqualification and all prizes will be forfeit. Any complaint should be made to the Pull Committee. 25. After a meeting of Pull Officials, an unmanageable team may be disqualified. 26. Weight for each lift will be decided by Pull Committee. 27. Each team must pull each additional weight. No double lifting at any time. 28. The committee reserves the right to conduct a spot check by a vet for contesting teams. 29. Talking or shouting is permitted, but no use of profanity. 30. Judge’s decision is final.
Thank you to all our sponsors. Without your continued support this show would not be possible. Fort St John CO-OP Big Horn Spring & Brake Hi Time Services Butler Farm Equipment Len & Jean Copeland
Tempest Energy Services Inc. Gerald Peters Ventures Services Inc. Jumpin’ J’s Rentals Trail Blaz’n Power 8 Seconds ~14~
DPT Timber Charlie Pugh Peace River Building Supplies Independent Tire C. Copeland Trucking
Cattle Chairperson: Carla Harman 250-781-3617 Box 196 Cecil Lake BC V0C 1G0 Sherri Fell 250-781-3383 email@example.com ALL ENTRIES MUST BE ON A LIVESTOCK ENTRY FORM Pre-entries: will be taken up to July 31, at $5 per class Please mail to Carla Harmon or email to Sherri Fell at dcrfell@ hotmail.com Please make cheques payable to North Peace Fall Fair Society. Late Entries: will be $10.00 per class and WILL NOT be excepted after 8pm on Friday night. We will being have a contestant meeting at 8:30pm No entry fee for Novice, Junior or Intermediate Classes (D01, D02, D03) Please DO NOT pay the $2 per number as listed on the entry form. There is a camping fee for the weekend and a gate admission charge per person , please see Fall Fair Book If you require a camping spot please contact either Carla or Sherri to RESERVE a spot close to beef barns.
Show is Saturday ONLY and starts at 1:00pm
Children must be 4 to 8 years of age and be accompanied by an adult at all times. No Yearling or Mature Bulls are to be shown in this class. It must be understood that the parents/guardians of child showing must sign a waiver relieving the Fair Board of any and all responsibility Children must be 9 to 11 years of age. No Yearling or Mature Bulls are to be shown in this class. It must be understood that the parents/ guardians of child showing must sign a waiver relieving the Fair Board of any and all responsibility
BEST BARN DISPLAY: Trophy sponsored by North Peace Fall Fair Beef Show Commitee
Children must be 12 to 16 years of age. No Mature Bulls are to be shown in this class. It must be understood that the parents/ guardians of child showing must sign a waiver relieving the Fair Board of any and all responsibility
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All cattle must be on fairgrounds by 8:00pm Friday evening, and must remain on the grounds until 5:00 pm Sunday (unless previous arrangements have been made with the beef chairman) All cattle must be halter broke (except the pen of 3 heifers) All cattle must have a neck rope in addition to the halter when tied in the barn (except the pen of 3 heifers) NO drugs to be used on show cattle All calves exhibited must be born on or after Jan 1st of current year Please be prepared to show registration papers for the bulls upon request Exhibitors must have stall signs for animals All cattle must be the bona-fide property of the owner for at least one month prior to fair day. Yearling and Mature Bulls must be handled with either a humbug or nose ring at all times Mature Bulls cannot be shown in Novice or Junior classes.
All Feed and Bedding is the Responsibility of the Exhibitor. The Judges’ Decision Will Be Final
Showmanship D01 Novice Showmanship -4 to 8 years of age D02 Junior Showmanship -9 to 11 years of age D03 Intermediate Showmanship -12 to 16 years of age D04 Showmanship 4-H Female Must have been a registered 4-H animal in the current year and shown by 4-H member D05 4-H Yearling Heifer D06 4-H Cow with Calf Open Confirmation D07 Bull Calf –born in current year D08 Yearling Bull D09 Mature Bull D10 Overall Bull Class –top 2 bulls from the previous 3 classes Sponsored By: Grand Champion Bull: North Peace Vet Clinic $200 Reserve Champion Bull: Blueberry Valley Farms $100 D11 Heifer Calf D12 Yearling Heifer
Cattle D13 Mature Cow with Calf D14 Overall Female –top 2 females from the previous 3 classes Sponsored By: Grand Champion Female Douglas Lake Equipment Sales $200 Reserve Champion Female 5 -Star Herefords $100 D15. Breeders Exhibit (Must contain 3 or more animals that have been breed by the exhibitor, and must have both male and female animals. All animals must have been shown in previous classes. No steers. Sponsorship: 1st North Peace Cattleman’s Assoc. $500 Trophy by: The Pugh Family (Darren Pugh Memorial) 2nd Norwest Pumpjack Services $300 Trophy by: Morningview Vet Clinc 3rd Vold, Jones, and Vold $150 Trophy by Farmboy Welding D16. Steer Classic Fed steer class 2 entries per exhibitor max. Sponsored By: Grand Champion Steer North Peace Vet Clinic $500 Reserve Champion Steer North Country Grading $300 D17. Pen of 3 Yearling Heifers; Commercial or Purebred (These heifers are not to be haltered, washed, or clipped. Panels will be supplied to make pens) Sponsored By: 1st North Peace Bred Heifer and Feeder Co-op $300 2nd Rafter G Land and Cattle Company $200 3rd Rafter G Land and Cattle Company $100
Thank you to all our sponsors. Without your continued support this show would not be possible. North Country Grading Bar B Charolais (Shane & Pam Fell) (Cody & Ashley Pugh) North Peace BC Bred Heifer Co-op Dry Creek Ranch Smith Fuel Services Gordon & Carla Harmon) Barb B’s Band-Aid and Medic Flatrock Valley Simmentals Services North Peace Vet. Clinic Esteem Cleaning Industries Ltd. Blueberry Valley Farms Peace River Building Products Ltd. Butler Farm Equipment Dry Creek Ranch Douglas Lake Equipment Sales (Gerald Harmon) 5 Star Herefords Morningview Vet clinic (Cody & Ashley Pugh) Mel Stewart Holdings Ltd. Farmboy Welding Ltd Vold, Jones & Vold Auction Norwest Pumpjack Services North Peace Cattlemen’s Assoc North Peace BC Bred Heifer Co-op Rafter G Land & Cattle Company Stan & Faye Hetman United Farmers of Alberta
Dairy Cattle Chairperson: Melanie Guttner 250-793-4742 General Delivery, Dunster BC, V0J 1J0 **Show is Sunday Only, Starts at 1:00pm** Mail Entries post marked no later than August 1, to Melanie Guttner at the above address. Cheques are to be made payable to the North Peace Fall Fair Society Judge: TBA Entry Fee: • Junior: $4 per class • Open: $6 per class Entries will be accepted until 9:00 am on the Saturday *Dairy Show Get-Together 2 hours after show* 01. 02. 03. 04.
DD10 Mature Cow -4 years of age and over 1st -$50, 2nd -$30, 3rd -$20 DD11 Best Udder of Show (must have entered in classes 8 ,9 or 10) 1st -$100, 2nd -$50, 3rd -$40 DD12 Open Cowstume 1st -$25, 2nd -$15, 3rd -$10
Rules & Regulations
Thank you to all our sponsors. Without your continued support this show would not be possible.
All cattle must be broke to halter. All cattle must have a neck tie rope in addition to the halter. NO drugs to be used on the cattle. All calves exhibited must be born on or after January 1st of current year. 05. Contestants must have stall signs for their cattle. 06. All cattle must remain on the fairgrounds until 5:00 p.m. on Sunday. 07. Juniors must be 15 years or younger on fair day. 08. Classes will be judged for conformation & dairy characteristics. 09. All contestants must be dressed in white. 10. Judges’ decision will be final. DD01 Junior Grooming 1st -$25, 2nd -$15, 3rd -$10 DD02 Open Grooming 1st -$40, 2nd -$30, 3rd -$20 DD03 Junior Showmanship 1st -$50, 2nd -$30, 3rd -$20 DD04 Open Showmanship 1st -$50, 2nd -$30. 3rd -$20 DD05 Dairy Calf of Current Year 1st -$25, 2nd -$15, 3rd -$10 DD06 Dairy Cow with Current Year’s Calf 1st -$25, 2nd -$15, 3rd -$10 DD07 Yearling Dairy Heifer 1st -$25, 2nd -$15, 3rd -$10 DD08 First Year Milking 1st -$50, 2nd -$30, 3rd -$20 DD09 Second Year Milking 1st -$50, 2nd -$30, 3rd -$20
Bruce Dietz Butterkup Farms Charlie Pugh Christopher Guttner Desert Acres Jersey Eggers Family Elbow Creek Contracting Farm Credit Canada FWH Farms Homesteaders Health Foods John Basco
Keian Coating & Sandblasting Morning View Vet Clinic Northern Spring & Brake Panago Pizza Peace River Building Supplies Pinnacle Lowlines Quality Inn Hotel Salustro Family Sonja Guttner The Bankhead Family Transpine Farm
Hogs Chairperson: Cathy Lube Entry Fee: $2.00 Registration: 8pm-9pm Friday & 8am-9am Saturday Judging: Saturday following sheep & goat shows Prizes: 1st -$10, 2nd -$7.50, 3rd -$5 E01 E02 E03 E04 E05
Bacon Hog -180-120 lbs Pen of 3 Feeders -100-130 lbs Pen of 3 Pigs â€“under 10 weeks Spring Pig -2 to 5 months, exhibited by a child under 16 years Education Pig Display
Poultry Chairperson: Bonnie Carlson 250-827-3132 No Entry Fee Registration: 7-8pm Friday & 8-10am Saturday Judging: Saturday at 10am Prize Money: 1st -$4, 2nd -$3, 3rd -$2 All entries must be labelled with which category they belong in
F01 F02 F03 F04 F05 F06 F07 F08 F09 F10 F11 F12 F13 F14 F15 F16
Spring Pullets -2 heavy Spring Pullets -2 light Laying Hens -2 Spring Turkeys -2 Spring Geese -2 Spring Ducks -2 Spring Roosters -2 heavy Spring Roosters -2 light Mature Rooster -1 Open Class for Fancy Breed -1hen, 1 rooster Guinea Fowl -2 Spring Pullets -2, exhibited by child under 16 years Spring Turkeys -2, exhibited by child under 16 years Spring Geese -2, exhibited by child under 16 years Spring Ducks -2, exhibited by child under 16 years Mature Rooster -1, exhibited by child under 16 years
Volunteers of All Ages and Abilities The NPFF is an event enjoyed by many throughout the Peace Region and is made possible by its number of hard working and dedicated volunteers. But every year this number drops. The NPFF board is looking for all and anyone with time and a willingness to step up and become involved. Whether it is helping to prepare for the grounds for fair day at weekly work bees, taking charge of a booth or event, working in the office or taking take care of the garbageâ€™s on fair day, all and any help is welcome. For information on how you and/or your family can get involved or attend a monthly meeting please contact any of the listed chair persons or visit www.northpeacefallfair.com ~18~
Rabbits & Pets Chairperson: . Denise Hauenstein 250-263-1676 . Show Secretary: TBA . firstname.lastname@example.org Cages must be reserved in advance. To reserve a cage email chairperson at: email@example.com Entry Fee: All Classes ($2.00 per class) Entry Times: Friday 5 pm – 8 pm Saturday 9 am – 10 am Judging: Saturday 10:00 am sharp Rabbit Show Time: TBA Prize Money for Show Classes Only . (1st -$10.00, 2nd -$7.00, 3rd -$5.00) Ribbons are up to 6th place Any rabbits participating in any shows must be registered by Saturday morning by 10 am Sharp
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General Rules & Regulations
All animals are required to have sufficient food and water pre-judging. Any animals with insufficient food or water are subject to disqualification at the judge’s discretion. All personal signs, For Sale Signs, Owner Information etc. are not permitted until judging has been competed. Only animals in good health will be judged, animals that show signs of distress or illness will not be judged and the owner contacted to remove the animal to prevent the spread of illness and disease. All those who have reserved cages get priority; any late entries will be admitted IF there are cages available. Only exhibitors are permitted to use the cages, anyone not entered will asked to remove their animals. All locks on cages must be approved by the chairperson or show committee. Owners are responsible for cleaning the cages. Disinfected will be supplied. A quick spray with disinfected of the cages will be required to prevent the spread of illness and disease.
Pets & Rabbits Confirmation (Cage Classes)
G01 Cats An adult cat or an adult with kittens of 8 weeks or older G02 Exotic –inquire G03 Single Commercial Rabbit (Meat Breeds) G04 Single Fancy Rabbit (Show Breeds) G05 Group of Rabbits: group of two or three adult rabbits or a doe and litter of 8 weeks
Rabbit Show Classes
Only 10 show participants per class. Please check the Show Rules and Regulations for requirements. $2.00 per class entry, unless registering for the Agility classes $4.00 for all 4 classes. G06 Novice Showmanship Class Open to exhibitors ages 6-9 with any rabbit breed. G07 Jr. Showmanship Class (Commercial Rabbit) Open to any exhibitors ages 10 – 15, Commercial Rabbits Only G08 Sr. Showmanship Class (Commercial Rabbit)
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Rabbit Show Committee shall have the right to cancel or combine show classes at their discretion if there is insufficient number of entries or if there are weather restrictions. Please note in order to run an organized show it is imperative to register early. There will be a $4.00 replacement fee for any lost number. Each exhibitor must have his or her own number. Competitors meeting on Saturday morning before the show by the Rabbit Show Booth– catch up on rules, ask questions, course layout, show proceedings etc. Dress Code is enforced at all times during the show. No clothing that is in disrepair; has offensive language, or offensive designs will be allowed. Rabbits are to be handled with care, and only rabbits that are in good health are allowed to participate in the show classes. Exhibitors should be in good health and must be courteous to the judge, other exhibitors and show personnel The North Peace Fall Fair Rabbit Show follows the NPFF Rabbit Showmanship Guide and the NPFF Agility & Hopping Guide. All costumes must be loose fitting and be easily removed. No restricted costumes allowed. All animals must be returned to their respective cages at the end of the show. All prize money, ribbons, and prize items will be handed out once rabbits have been returned to cages. The North Peace Fall Fair is not responsible for any animal that are let loose due to human error or for the health and welfare of any animals during the fair.
Open to any exhibitors ages 16+ Commercial Rabbits Only. G09 Jr. Showmanship Class (Fancy Rabbit) Open to any exhibitors ages 10 – 15 Fancy Rabbits Only. G10 Sr. Showmanship Class (Fancy Rabbit) Open to any exhibitors ages 16 + Fancy Rabbits Only. G11 Jr. Grooming Class Open to any exhibitors ages 10 – 15 any rabbit breed. G12 Sr. Grooming Class Open to any exhibitors ages 16+ any rabbit breed. G13 Novice Agility Course G14 Medium Agility Course G15 Advanced Agility Class G16 Elite Agility Course G17 Grand Champion and Reserve Champion Open to any exhibitors who place 1st and 2nd G18 Costume Class Open to any exhibitor with any rabbit.
North Peace Fall Fair SPoNSorS
Streak Rentals St John Advertising Hi-Time Services CNRL Gerald Peters Ventures Tempest Systems By Trail Smith Fuel Services Peace River Building Products Caps Transport
North Pine Farmers Institute UFA Carl Copeland Beverley Richards North Peace Cattlemanâ€™s Association North Peace Veterinary Clinic Darryl Peters Trucking Fort Motors
Viterra Rafter G Cattle Company Norwest Pumpjack North Peace Bred Heifer Co-op North Country Grading DFA Contracting Bighorn Spring & Brake
FALL FAIR VENDORS FOOD
Northern Dance - Burger Stands Arts Council - Pies Sweet Temptations - Fudge, Caramel and Candy Apples Teryl’s Soft Serve Ice Cream Teryl’s Mini Donuts Teryl’s Kettle Corn
INTERACTIVE DISPLAYS BC Grain Producers North Peace Spinners & Weavers North Peace Country Quilters
KIDS ACTIVITIES Face Painting Free! Bouncy Castle (tentative)
The North Matters Canadian Acres: Canned Goods, Skin Care & Produce Gadgets and Things Clovis Creations: Woodworking, Potato Bins, Coat racks
The North Matters FSJ Palliative Care Society
AND SO muCH mORE!
Grain & Forage Crops Chairperson: Kevin Penner 250-827-6803 or 250-263-4263 No Entry Fee Grand Champion Prize $25 Cash Sponsored in memory of John Mjogdal by his family plus $500 voucher to be used at Foster’s Seed & Feed, Pioneer Seed, Nutrient Ag Solutions or FSJ Seed Cleaning Plant • Prize awarded to exhibitor with the most overall points. • To qualify exhibitor must have at least 1 entry in each of; Grain Sheaves, Forage Sheaves and Threshed Grain • Only 1 entry per division allowed. 7 divisions in each of the 3 categories for a total of 21 possible entries. • Prize sponsored by: Stan Borowitz and Kevin Penner with the support of the above businesses, Monty Brody and Les Willms.
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Barley Rye Canola Peas
Grand Aggregate: gift certificate donated by K Penner Contracting Prize Money: 1st -$7.50, 2nd -$5, 3rd -$3 H10 Tame Hay -10” mixed , fresh cut only H11 Alfalfa –for seed, 6” H12 Alsike –for seed, 6” H13 Red Clover –for seed, 6”/Fescue –for seed, 6” H14 Timothy –for seed, 5” H15 Any other variety seed grasses -5” H16 Any other variety legume -5”
Rules: 01 All grain sheaves exhibited in classes H01 to H07 must be taken from field crops only 02 All grain sheaves must be 6” in circumference below the head tied in three (3) places and at least 18” tall, with the exception of semi-dwarf varieties -14” tall Grand Aggregate: gift certificate donated by the Brody family (classes H01-H07 sheaves only) Prize Money: 1st -$10, 2nd -$7.50, 3rd -$5 H01 Flax H02 Wheat H03 Oats
Rules: 01 Entries shall be previous year’s grain 02 Each entry must be in a quart jar only 03 If pedigree seed, the variety name may be put on the jar 04 Clean grain only. Hand picking of the grain not permitted. Grand Aggregate: donated by Nutrient Ag Solutions Prize Money: 1st -$5, 2nd -$4, 3rd -$3 H20 Wheat H21 Barley H22 Oats H23 Canola H24 Forage Seed H25 Rye Seed H26 Peas
Chairperson: Lorna Wollen 250-827-3841
Fruits & Vegetables
Prize Money: 1st -$5, 2nd -$4, 3rd -$3 Highest Horticultural Award (see also flowers & foliage) • Highest combined points from all the Horticultural Exhibits entered • $30 sponsored by The Artisan Farmhouse Most Outstanding Vegetable: sponsored by North Peace Savings & Credit Union Most Outstanding Fruit: Sponsored by North Peace Savings & Credit Union NO Entry Fee
01. All entries should have the variety’s name on the tag and be displayed on a 6 inch plate 02. Greenhouse grown in greenhouse categories only 03. One entry per class per person 04. All exhibits must be grown by the exhibitor Please fill out entry tags in advance Exhibiting Guidelines can be found at: www.agriculture.alberta.ca/publications (click on shows and exhibits, scroll then click on Judging Standards for Horticultural, scroll and click on Free Download)
J01 J02 J03 J04 J05 J06 J07 J08 J09 J10 J11 J12 J13 J14 J15 J16 J17 J18 J19 J20 J21 J22 J23 J24 J25
Beans, green -5 pods Beans, yellow -5 pods Beans, purple -5 pods Beans, any other -5 pods Beets, short (round) -3 roots Beets, long (cylindrical) -3 roots Broccoli -2 head Brussel Sprouts -7 sprouts Cabbage, green, less than 6” diameter -1 head Cabbage, green, more than 6” diameter -1 head Cabbage, red -1 head Carrots, 7” & over -3 roots Carrots, 4”-7” -3 roots Carrots, under 4” -3roots Cauliflower, white -1 head Cauliflower, any colour other than white -1 head Cucumber, slicing -2 Cucumber, pickling -3 Celery -1 plant Chard (Swiss) -1 plant, in plastic bag Corn (Sweet) 2 ears Garlic, bulbs -3 Kale -2 plants Kohlrabi -2 roots Leeks -2 stems
Fruits & Vegetables J26 Lettuce, head -1 head J27 Lettuce, leaf -1 bunch J28 Lettuce, Cos/Romaine -1bunch *to prevent wilting put J20, J27, & J28 in a plastic bag J29 Muskmelon (cantaloupe) -2 J30 Onions, Spanish/cooking/slicing -3 bulbs J31 Onions, pickling -3 bulbs J32 Onions, greening/bunching -5 bulbs J33 Onions, red -3 bulbs J34 Parsnips -3roots J35 Peas -5 pods J36 Peas, snow/ snap -5 pods J37 Peppers, any, not greenhouse -2 J38 Potatoes, white -3 J39 Potatoes, red -3 J40 Potatoes, any other colour skin -3 J41 Pumpkin -1 J42 Radishes -5roots J43 Rhubarb -3 stalks J44 Spinach -2 plants J45 Squash, winter -1 J46 Squash, summer -1 J47 Tomatoes, green -3 J48 Tomatoes, ripe -3 J49 Tomatoes, cherry , ripe -5 J50 Tomatoes, cherry green -5 Best Tomato: gift certificates sponsored by Dunvegan Gardens 1st -$20, 2nd -$15, 3rd -$10 J51 Turnips, summer (white fleshed) -2 J52 Turnips, winter (yellow fleshed rutabagas) -2 J53 Zucchini, The Biggest Sponsored by: North Peace Horticultural Society 1st -$20, 2nd -$15, 3rd -$10 J54 Any vegetable not listed -2 J55 Vegetable Sculpture Sponsored by Ellen Fox 1st -$15, 2nd -$10, 3rd -$5 J56 Garden Herbs -5 or more kinds, 2 of each in separate Containers, labelled J57 Collection of Vegetables -5 or more kinds, 2 of each, named & arranged in an attractive container
Chairperson: Pam Blaney 250-261-4279
03. Judging Criteria Dairy Products: General Appearance /30 +Internal Appearance or texture /30 +Flavour & odour /40 Total /100 K01 Butter -1lb K02 Lard -1 quart sealer K03 Eggs –white or cream, 6 K04 Eggs –brown, 12 K05 Eggs –green or blue, 12 K06 Eggs –largest chicken, 1 K07 Farm Cream -1 pint jar K08 Yogurt -1 pint jar
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Cucumbers, slicing -2 Cucumber, pickling -3 Peppers, hot -2 Peppers, sweet -2 Tomatoes, ripe -3 Tomatoes, cherry, ripe -5 Any greenhouse grown vegetable not listed -3
Fruits J70 J71 J72 J73 J74 J75 J76 J77 J78 J79 J80 J81 J82 J83 J84 J85 J86 J87 J88
Apples, red, under 2’’ -3 Apples, red, over 2’’ -3 Apples, green/yellow, under 2’’ -3 Apples, green/yellow, over 2’’ -3 Crab-apples -5 Raspberries -9, stems attached Strawberries -7, stems attached Saskatoons -12 Berries, any other kind -12 Cherries -9 Chokecherries -5 clusters Pincherries -12 Currants, black -9 Currants, red/white -5 clusters Goose berries -9 stems intact Plums -3 Any fruit not listed -2 Greenhouse fruit –any 3 Collection of Garden Fruit -3 or more kinds, 2 of each Sponsored by Integra Tire 1st -$20, 2nd -$15, 3rd -$10
Just for Fun
J90 Photograph of your Vegetable Garden -1 picture any size up to 8x10”, your vegetable garden only Best Overall Prize $30 Sponsored by Dennis Davidson J91 Scarecrow –open class for anyone Sponsored by Peace River Building & Feed Store 1st -$25, 2nd -$15, 3rd -$10
Dairy & Poultry Produce
Prize Money: 1st -$5, 2nd -$4, 3rd -$3 NO Entry Fee
01. Only ONE entry per exhibitor class 02 .Judging Criteria Eggs: Uniformity & color /25 Size & weight /25 +Shell factor as determined by degree of cleanliness, soundness and construction of shell /25 +Freshness of yolk and white /25 Total /100
Home Canning Chairperson: Pam Blaney 250-261-4279 Bernardin 2019 Home Canning Awards
Prize Money: 1st -$5, 2nd -$4, 3rd -$3 NO Entry Fee Grand Aggregate: $25 in memory of Inx Jackson
The following awards will be chosen from all qualifying entries
Most Unique Canning Item: Gift Basket from Canadian Acres Judging Criteria: Container /10 + Seal /20 + Appearance /35 + Flavour and Texture /35 01. 02. 03. 04. 05. 06. 07.
Bernardin Best in Show Award -1st $30 Gift Certificate • Qualifiers must have 3 home canning entries in the fair. Must have entered in the Jellies, Jams and Pickles sections. Winner is the fairs “Best Home Canner”. Judging is based on the highest accumulated points or judges’ choice of Best Home Canning Entry from among qualifiers.
= /100 Rules
Only one entry per exhibitor class Size of jars for exhibits: pint sealers or more, but no less than 8 ounces. Canning jars only. No mayo, Cheez Whiz, etc. jars. Each jar must be sealed with new screw type lids –NO WAX. Please ensure all lids are easy to remove and free from rust. Please have all jars washed off –NO sticky or leaky jars. Jars must be sealed Please Label content and date produced. Entries should be within the last 18 months. DO NOT include your name on the label. Exhibitor must prepare own entries All items are to be removed between 4:30 and 5:00 pm on Sunday if not entered in the Auction. Any unclaimed items will be disposed of. Any unclaimed prize money will be returned as a donation to the Fair. Any unclaimed ribbons will be recycled. If you are unable to retrieve your items at that time please contact the Chairperson to make alternate arrangements
Bernardin Jam/Jelly Award -1st $20 Gift Certificate • Best Jam/Jelly using Bernardin pectin as selected by the fair. Judging will be based on appearance, taste, texture and recipe creativity. Bernardin Gift Pack Competition -1st $20 Gift Certificate • Must include at least 3 filled Bernardin mason jars sealed with Bernardin SNAP Lids® and be submitted in an appropriate container, not necessarily a basket, with an itemized list of contents. Maximum cost not to exceed $20. Entry must be decorated for any theme (holiday, get well etc.) and may include appropriate additional items such as candles, candy, soup mixes, etc. Judges select winner based on creativity, quality of home canned product, perceived value and appropriateness of presentation. A photo of the winning entry will be sent to Bernardin to enter for the Bernardin National Gift Pack Contest. 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 For recipes and helpful hints on Home Canning Visit: www.bernardin.ca
Home Canning Wine/Liqueur K10 - Liqueur K11 - White Wine - 1st prize $50 Gift Certificate to Harvest Wine Outfitters K12 - Red Wine 1st prize $50 Gift Certificate to Harvest Wine Outfitters K13 - Any Country Fruit Wine (fresh) - 1st prize $50 Gift Certificate to Harvest Wine Outfitters K14 - Any Fruit Wine (Kit) - 1st prize $50 Gift Certificate to Harvest Wine Outfitters K15 - Cider
K74 - Pickled carrots K75 - Pickled cauliflower, carrots, & peppers K76 - Mustard pickles K77 - Open Class pickles
Diabetic Options K20 Diabetic Canned Fruit K21 Diabetic Jelly K22 Diabetic Jam K23 Diabetic Relish
Tomatoes K89 - Canned whole tomatoes K90 - Stewed, flavoured tomatoes K91 - Salsa - hot K92 - Salsa - mild K93 - Antipasta K94 - Spaghetti Sauce
Relish K80 Zucchini Relish K81 Green Relish K82 Peach Salsa K83 - Open Class relish Vegetables K85 Green Beans K86 Yellow Beans K87 Carrots K88 Open Class Vegetables
Jellies K30 Raspberry Jelly K31 Strawberry Jelly K32 Wild Fruit Jelly K33 Open Class Jelly
Miscellaneous K95 - Sauerkraut K96 - Canned Meat - Open Class K97 - Canned Fish - Open Class K98 - Canned Pork and Beans K99 - Homemade mustard K100 - Honey K101 - Preserved Fruits or vegetables not in any other category (ie. Fruit Leather) K102 - Bernardin Gift Pack
Jams K35 Peach Jam K36 Raspberry Jam K37 Strawberry Jam K38 Wild Fruit Jam K39 Strawberry Rhubarb Jam
Home Baking Chairperson: Kari Brody 250-262-9830 Grand Aggregate for Home Cooking & Baking classes combined: $50 gift card from Save On Foods . $50 gift card from No Frills Grand Aggregate for Categories L24 to L32 inclusive: $25 donated in memory of Mary Jeffrey Prize Money: 1st -$5, 2nd -$4, 3rd -$3 NO Entry Fee
01. Cake mixes, pie fillings & frozen food will be disqualified. 02. All entries to be in a plastic bag before entry. 03. NO plastic wrap. L01 L02 L03 L04 L05 L06
Squares -3 kind, 3 of each Tea Biscuits -4 plain Bran Muffins -4 Fruit Muffins -4 Loaf Braided OR Decorative Bread –without yeast Date Loaf
L07 L08 L09 L10 L11 L12 L13 L14 L15 L16 L17
White Cake -2 layers, with filling and icing Chocolate Cake -2 layers, with filling and icing Angel Food Cake –not iced Ginger Bread Cake –not iced Jelly Roll –not sliced Fruit Cake –light, not iced, not over 4lbs Fruit Cake –dark, not iced, not over 4lbs Drop Cookies -2 kinds, 3 of each Short Bread Cookies -6 Plate of Decorated Cookies -3 kinds, 3 of each Decoration Icing for Party Cake –judged on decoration only 1st prize: $25 gift certificate sponsored by Crafty Folks Enterprises 250-789-3720 L18 Cupcake Cake –judged on decoration only 1st prize: $25 gift certificate sponsored by Crafty Folks Enterprises 250-789-3720 L19 Home-made Candy – chocolate fudge, 6 pieces L20 Home-made Candy – bark 2 kinds, 3 of each L21 Doughnuts –cake dough, 4 sugared L22 Doughnuts –with yeast, 4 glazed
Home Baking L23 L24 L25 L26 L27 L28 L29 L30 L31 L32 L33 L34 L35 L36 L37 L38 L39 L40 L41 . L42 L43 L44 L45
Coffee Cake –without yeast Chocolate Brownies -6 pieces Matrimonial Cake -6 pieces 2 Crust Apple Pie 2 Crust Raisin Pie Lemon Meringue Pie 2 Crust Saskatoon Pie 2 Crust Rhubarb Pie Open Class Fruit Pie Any Other Pie Not Mentioned Above Butter Tarts -4 Pecan Tarts -4 Air Buns -4 Buns Sweet -6 fancy, 2 each kind Scones -4 Cinnamon Buns -6 White Bread Rye Bread Loaf Brown Bread –with bran, whole wheat or graham flour –with or without molasses Braided or Decorative Yeast Bread Sourdough Bread Milk Buns -4 Open Class Baking
2019 Family Favourite Recipe Baking Contests
Baking Specials L46 Save on Foods Baking Special -1 loaf White Bread • Entry must be accompanied by a recent proof of purchase of Western Family white flour In-Store Certificates: 1st -3 bags flour, 2nd -2 bags flour, 3rd -1 bag flour Gluten Free Baking • Must NOT have any wheat, barley, rye, oats or any ingredient that contains any form of gluten L47 Yeast Buns -4 L48 Cookies -6 L49 Muffins -4 L50 Chocolate Cake L51 White Cake L52 Carrot Cake L53 Brownies -6 L54 Torte L55 Bread L56 Scones L57 Open Class Gluten Free Baking
Robin Hood Family Favourite Recipe Baking Contest 1st : $25.00 Product Certificate 2nd: $10.00 Product • Best Homemade Cake, Muffin or Cake Loaf in category as selected by the fair. Judging will be based on appearance, Certificate taste, texture and www.robinhood.ca recipe creativity Robin Hood Flour Family Favourite Recipe National Contest* 1st Place - $200.00 Eligibility: First place winners of Robin Hood Best Family Favourite Recipe baking contest with submission of declaration and recipe form by local fair convenor. Judging will be based on appearance, taste, texture and recipe creativity Robin Hood Family “Best Lunchbox Snack” Contest 1st : $25.00 Product Certificate 2nd: $10.00 Product • Best Family Homemade cookies, squares or bars. Judging will be based on appearance, taste, texture and www.robinhood.ca recipe creativity Robin Hood Flour Family “Best Lunchbox Snack” National Contest* 1st Place - $200.00 Eligibility: First place winners of Robin Hood Family Best Lunchbox Snack contest with submission of declaration form and recipe by local fair convenor. Judging will be based on appearance, taste, texture and recipe creativity Crisco Family Favourite Recipe Baking Contest 1st : $25.00 Product Certificate 2nd: $10.00 Product • Best Homemade Muffin, Tarts or Pie in category as selected by the fair. Judging will be based on appearance, taste, www.criscocanada.com texture and recipe creativity Crisco Family Favourite Recipe National Contest* 1st Place - $200.00 Eligibility: First place winners of Crisco Family Favourite Recipe baking contest with submission of declaration form and recipe by local fair convenor. Judging will be based on appearance, taste, texture and recipe creativity
Flowers & Foliage Chairperson: Natalie Jeannotte 250-261-0618 Ribbons: 1st, 2nd, & 3rd place Prize Money: 1st -$5, 2nd -$4, 3rd -$3 Rules 01. One entry per person per class, grown by exhibitor. 02. Enter specified number required in each class. 03. Name variety if possible. 04. Bring containers for flowers, water available. 05. Any entry over the size will be disqualified. 06. All household plants/orchids must be grown by exhibitor for a minimum of six months prior to fair Highest Horticultural Award (see also fruits & veggies) • Highest combined points from all the Horticultural Exhibits entered • $30 sponsored by The Artisan Farmhouse Grand Aggregate: Trophy donated by Warren & Orva Moore in memory of Mrs. Edna Moore Best Arrangement Exhibited: $25 cash prize sponsored by K. Penner Contracting Best Cut Flower Exhibited: Perpetual & “Surprise Prize” sponsored by Ellen Fox Best Houseplant Exhibited: $25 gift certificate sponsored by Dunvegan Gardens Best Collection of Houseplants: $25 cash prize sponsored by the North Peace Horticultural Society Best Dahlias Exhibited: $30 cash prize sponsored by Dennis Davidson Cut Flowers N01 Aster -3 stems, same type, 1 colour or mixed colours N02 Bachelor Buttons -3 stems N03 Calendula -3 stems N04 Dahlias –large, 6” or over, 1 bloom N05 Dahlias –under 6”, 1 bloom N06 Dahlias –collection, 3 or more blooms N07 Daisies -1 kind, 3 stems N08 Daisy, Shasta -3 stems N09 Dianthus (pinks) -3 sprays N10 Daylily -1 stem N11 Gladiolus -1 spike N12 Gladiolus –collection, 3 of one colour N13 Gladiolus –collection, 3, mixed colours Sponsored by Energetic Services Inc. 1st -$15, 2nd -$10, 3rd -$5 N14 Lily, Asiatic -1 stem, named N15 Lily, Tiger -1 stem N16 Lily, Any Other -1 stem means hybrids AA, OT, LA, Oriental, etc. N17 Lily –collection, 3 or more stems N18 Marigold –flower diameter over 3”, 1 bloom N19 Marigold –flower diameter 1½ to 3”, 3 blooms N20 Marigold –flower diameter under 1”, 3 blooms N21 Nasturtiums –single bloom, 3 of 1 colour N22 Nasturtiums –double blooms, 3 of 1 colour N23 Nasturtiums –collection, 3 or more, mixed colours & types N24 Pansies -2” & under blooms, 5 blossoms *see note N25 Pansies –over 2” blooms, 5 blooms *see note N26 Petunias –single, one colour, 3 sprays N27 Petunias – double or semi double blooms, 1 colour, 3 sprays
N28 N29 N30 N31 . N32 N33 N34 N35 N36 N37
N38 N39 N40
Poppies –any type, 3 blooms Rose, Shrub –any variety, 1 stem with at least 1 bloom open Rose, Tea –named if possible, 1 bloom Rose, Floribunda -1 stem with at least 3 blooms open in cluster, named Rose –collection, 3 or more varieties, named Snapdragons -3 stems, one colour or mixed Sweet peas –one colour, 3 stems Sweet peas –mixed colours, 3 stems Sunflower (Teddy Bear) -1 large bloom Sunflower (Common) -1 large bloom Sponsored by Heartland Agri Services 1st -$15, 2nd -$10, 3rd -$5 Sunflower (Common) -3 small blooms Sponsored by Heartland Agri Services 1st -$15, 2nd -$10, 3rd -$5 Violas -1 colour. 5 blooms *see note Violas –mixed colours, 5 blooms *see note
*Note* Pansies and Violas should be displayed in a shallow container covered with foil cover and punctured with holes for stems
N41 Collection of Annuals -3 or more kinds, 3 of each, must . be named Sponsored by Glen Fox Sand & Gravel (1996) Ltd 1st -$15, 2nd -$10, 3rd -$5 N42 Collection of Perennials and/or Biennials -3 or more kinds, 3 of each, named if possible Sponsored by Glen Fox Sand & Gravel (1996) Ltd 1st -$15, 2nd -$10, 3rd -$5 N43 Collection of Garden Flowers, Annuals & Perennials -5 or more kinds, 3 of each Sponsored by Integra Tire 1st -$15, 2nd -$10, 3rd -$5 N44 Annual Not Listed -3 of one variety N45 Perennial Not Listed -3 of one variety N46 Zinnias –any kind and colour, 3 N47 Yarrow -3 stems, one colour N48 Yarrow -3 stems, mixed colours Arrangements N49 “Summer End” –small Sunflowers to dominate with other . warm coloured flowers and foliage Gift Cards Sponsored by The Flower Hut 1st -$15, 2nd -$10, 3rd -$5 N50 Wicker Basket (not coloured) with Handle –Dahlias to dominate N51 Buffet Arrangement –not over 24” high, frontal view N52 Sunflower Arrangement –all varieties of Sunflowers N53 “Dinner Table” Center Piece – not over 10” high, viewed from all sides, flowers & foliage; candles 12 -18” may be used . Sponsored by Desirae Jeannotte Notary Public 1st -$15, 2nd -$10, 3rd -$5 N54 Miniature Arrangement –fresh, not exceeding 5”, any direction N55 Miniature Arrangement –dried, not exceeding 5”, any direction N56 Arrangement with various Grasses & Branches to dominate Sponsored by Old is the New New Consignment 1st -$15, 2nd -$10, 3rd $5 N57 Monochromatic Arrangement –shades & tints of red N58 “Tea Time” –Sweet peas & Gypsophilla in a cup & saucer N59 Lilies to Dominate Arrangement Sponsored by Energetic Services Inc. 1st -$15, 2nd -$10, 3rd -$5
Flowers & Foliage N60 Rose Bowl –rose in a bowl, arranged Gift Cards Sponsored by Dunvegan Gardens 1st -$15, 2nd -$10, 3rd -$5 N61 Harvest Display –flowers, fruits, grains & foliage arranged in an attractive container Sponsored by the North Peace Horticultural Society 1st -$25, 2nd -$15, 3rd -$10 N62 Oriental Arrangement N63 Gladiolus to Dominate Sponsored by Desirae Jeannotte Notary Public 1st -$15, 2nd -$10, 3rd -$5
N78 Houseplant, Rare OR Exotic –not listed N79 Collection of Houseplants –any kinds, 3 or more Patio Plants N80 Begonia -tuberous N81 Fuschia N82 Geranium –any kind Sponsored by City Answering Services Ltd. 1st -$15, 2nd -$10, 3rd -$5 N83 Miniature Rose N84 Patio Planter –hanging, any mixture of foliage & flowers Sponsored by Herbert & Katharina Keuth 1st -$15, 2nd -$10, 3rd -$5 N85 Patio Planter –standing, any mixture of foliage & flowers Sponsored by Herbert & Katharina Keuth 1st -$15, 2nd -$10, 3rd -$5 N86 Patio Planter –tuberous Begonias to dominate Sponsored by Melanie Fox 1st -$15, 2nd -$10, 3rd -$5
House Plants N66 African Violet –single bloom, single crown N67 African Violet –double or ruffled bloom, single crown N68 African Violet –any other kind N69 Cactus -1 kind, 1 pot N70 Succulent -1 kind, 1 pot N71 Collection of Cacti & or Succulents -3 or more kinds N72 Orchid, Phalaenopsis (moth) Sponsored by Dennis Davidson 1st -$15, 2nd -$10, 3rd -$5 N73 Orchid, any other kind N74 Orchid Collection -3 or more N75 Houseplant Blooming –not listed N76 Houseplant Foliage –upright, not listed N77 Houseplant Foliage –trailing or drooping, not listed
Handicrafts Chairperson: Florence Furber 250-219-9506 • • • •
Rules All items MUST have been completed since the last fair and not previously entered in our fair. Articles must be clean, completed to final presentation stage and made by the exhibitor. Exhibitor must be 16 years and older. Exhibitors must show their entry forms to pick up entries at 4:30pm Sunday
Prize Money: 1st -$5, 2nd -$4, 3rd -$3 *Only specific prizes will be awarded to sponsored classes* Ribbons: 1st, 2nd & 3rd place awarded to all classes Grand Aggregate for Handicrafts: $100 gift certificate sponsored by The Canadian Grind/ /Unforgettable Memories Foto Source Seasonal Crafts ie: Christmas, Easter, Fall, etc. Grand Aggregate: $25 gift certificate sponsored by The Hair Bin 250-787-1552 P01 Quilt P02 Wall Hanging (includes advent calendar) P03 Christmas Stocking P04 Table/Mantle Centerpiece P05 Ornament -1 pair P06 Wreath P07 Needle Work P08 Any article not mentioned above
Crochet In Cotton Grand Aggregate: $10 gift certificate sponsored by Ewe’s Knitting 250-785-3900 P15 Doily –under 12” P16 Doily –over 12” P17 Tablecloth or Table Runner P18 Pot Holders -1 pair P19 Sweater P20 Any article not mentioned above Crochet In Wool or Yarn P25 Afghan P26 Baby Garment P27 Baby Afghan –basic stitches or pattern stitches P28 Two Piece Baby Outfit P29 Slippers -1 pair P30 Sweater –adult or child P31 Any article not mentioned Hand Knitting Grand Aggregate: $25 gift certificate sponsored by Ewe’s Knitting 250-785-3900 P40 Any Baby Garment P41 Baby Afghan P42 Afghan P43 Cardigan or Pullover -child P44 Cardigan or Pullover -adult P45 Gloves or Mitts -1 pair P46 Slippers -1 pair
Handicrafts P47 P48 P49 P50 P51
Socks -1 pair Any Article Made With Scarf Yarn Any Lace Knitted Article With Yarn Loom Knitting Any Article Any knitted article not mentioned above
Needle Work Grand Aggregate: $25 gift certificate sponsored by Crafty Folks Enterprises 250-789-3720 P60 Large Framed Counted Cross Stitch Picture *Total measurement of 2 adjacent sides 32” or more 1st prize -$25 gift certificate towards framing sponsored by Masterpeace Framing 250-785-9099 P61 Small Framed Counted Cross Stitch *Total measurement of 2 adjacent sides 31” or less 1st prize -$25 gift certificate towards framing sponsored by Masterpeace Framing 250-785-9099 P62 Counted Cross Stitch -using beads & specialty threads P63 Counted Cross Stitch –any article other than a picture P64 Petite Point –any article other than a picture P65 Framed Embroidery –any size P66 Embroidery –any large article P67 Tatting –any article P68 Combination -2 or more techniques P69 Any article/ any technique not mentioned above Sewing
Grand Aggregate: $25 gift certificate sponsored by Crafty Folks Enterprises 250-789-3720 $5 gift certificate to all entrants sponsored by Sew It Yourself Shop 250-787-0504 P80 Dress –adult, evening or bridal P81 Children’s Clothing P82 Shirt –any style (men’s, children’s, western, etc.) P83 Blouse -ladies P84 Skirt -ladies P85 Jacket P86 Sleepwear or Loungewear –adult or child P87 Any Denim Article P88 Any Stretch Fabric Article P89 Costume –any design P90 Apron –not a kit P91 Any article not mentioned above Quilts $5 gift certificate to all entrants sponsored by Sew It Yourself Shop 250-787-0504 Grand Aggregate: $25 sponsored by FSJ Country Quilters Guild firstname.lastname@example.org P100 Any Quilt, Hand Quilted P101 Applique Quilt –hand quilted by exhibitor 1st prize -$20 sponsored by Fort St. John Country . Quilters Guild P102 Group Work –any quilt made by a group P103 Machine Made Quilt -any medium, quilted by exhibitor
Fort St. John
Country Quilters Guild
Mystery in the Log Cabin There’s a Mystery going on in the Log Cabin during the fair. Lend a hand in tying a “Care Quilt” for local groups in need. Sign up for the Fall 2019 Jelly Roll Race hosted by The Guild and sponsored by My Two Hands Creations. Check us out on Facebook or email email@example.com ~29~
Handicrafts P104 Machine Made Quilt –any medium, pieced by exhibitor, quilted by other P105 Mini Quilt (up to 96” perimeter) or baby quilt –machine or hand quilted by exhibitor P106 Flannel Rag Quilt P107 Any quilt not mentioned above P108 Quilted Table Runner or Placemat (1 pair) P109 Quilted Wall Hanging 1st prize -$20 sponsored by Fort St. John Country . Quilters Guild P110 Quilted Wearable P111 Hand Applique –any quilted project 1st prize -$20 sponsored by Fort St. John Country . Quilters Guild P112 Machine Applique –any project P113 Fibre Art –can use a variety of mixed media: quilting, painting, beading embroidery, etc. P114 Any quilted article not mentioned above P115 Any quilt with machine embroidery elements
Toys & Dolls Grand Aggregate: $25 gift certificate sponsored by The Hair Bin 250-787-1552 P120 Stuffed Toy –made from wool , yarn or amiguri P121 Stuffed Toy –made from fabric P122 Toy –from any other material P123 Hand Puppet P124 Finger Puppet P125 Homemade Doll P126 Dressed Doll- judged on dress only, any style P127 Any type of toy not mentioned above Fibre Arts Grand Aggregate: $50 sponsored by North Peace Spinners & Weavers Guild 250-827-6942 1st prize: $10 sponsored by North Peace Spinners & Weavers Guild 250-827-6942 Spinning P130 Hand Spun Skein of Yarn (Protein) P131 Hand Spun Skein of Yarn (Non-Protein) P132 Hand Spun Art Yarn Weaving *all items must have a warp and weft for these classes* P133 Blanket –small, up to 40x45” P134 Home Décor –any item for use in home or on table P135 Clothing & Accessories P136 Hand Spun Article –min 50% of article must be handspun
Fleece to Shawl with Wool and Cotton
Come and see a display of members works and live demonstrations on the making of cloth from wool and cotton. Demo#1 A Raw Local Sheep Fleece will be used to demonstrate; • Carding of wool • Spinning of wool and cotton • Weaving with wool and cotton Demo #2 Dye Pots will be used to demonstrate; • Dyeing of various types of fibres Kids table • Drop spinning and Weaving a small item Demonstrations will be taking place 10:00 am - 4:00 pm on Saturday and Sunday next to the North Pine Church. For more information on this event and the North Peace Spinners and Weavers call 250-261-4459. ~30~
Handicrafts Crochet/Knitting With Hand Spun Yarn P137 Any Crocheted Article -crocheted with yarn handspun . by the exhibitor P138 Knit Garment –knit with yarn hand spun by exhibitor . (ie. shawl, sweater, vest, poncho, etc.) . *please attach a small skein of yarn P139 Any Small Knitted Article –made from hand spun yarn Felting *all items must be made from 100% natural fibre* P140 Knitted or Crocheted Felted Item –specify fibre used P141 3D (sculptural) Felted Item P142 Felted Item –not knitted or crocheted (scarf, cushion, . wall hanging, etc.)
P197 Small Painted Object –approximately 5x7” or smaller (ie. spoons, irons, gold pans, etc.) P198 Large Painted Object (ie. cream can, cross cut saw, hand saw, etc.) P199 Pottery or Ceramics –any article P200 Whittling/Carving –no lathe work, any type of wood, must be larger than 24x24x24” P201 Any Article not mentioned above Artwork All prizes for artwork generously sponsored by:
Paper Craft Grand Aggregate: $25 gift certificate sponsored by Crafty Folks Enterprises 250-789-3720 P150 Home Décor . *any household item (lampshade, clock, ornaments etc.) . made with any kind of paper (newsprint, scrapbook . paper, old book pages etc.) P151 Quilling –any item not a scrapbook page P152 Card Making -2 cards P153 Stamping –any article P154 Scrapbooking Bite Size Pages –anything less than . 8 ½ X 11”, one or two page layout P155 Scrap booking Single Page Layout -8½x11 or 12x12 Tole Painting P160 Any Tole Painted Article –small P161 Any Tole Painted Article –large P162 Tole Painted Clay Pot P163 Any Tole Painted article not mentioned above
Grand Aggregate: $75 towards framing sponsored by Masterpeace Framing 250-785-9099 *All artwork must be framed or have a hanger* P300 Oil Painting –portrait or animal life P301 Oil Painting –landscape or plant life P302 Oil Painting –abstract P303 Acrylic Painting –portrait or animal life P304 Acrylic Painting –landscape or plant life P305 Acrylic Painting –abstract P306 Watercolor Painting –portrait or animal life P307 Watercolor Painting –landscape or plant life P308 Drawing –pastels P309 Drawing –charcoal P310 Drawing –pencil P311 Drawing –pen & ink P312 Mixed Media –any picture using 3 or more techniques (must be listed on back of entry tag) P313 Encaustics
Senior Handicrafts *All exhibitors must be 70 years or over* P170 Rug –any medium P171 Knitting –any article P172 Crochet –any article P173 Embroidery –any article P174 Sewing –any article P175 Leatherwork –any article P176 Ceramics –any article P177 Woodwork –any article P178 Painting –any article P179 Quilt –any medium 1st prize -$20 sponsored by Fort St. John Country Quilters Guild P180 Afghan –any medium P181 Any article not mentioned above Miscellaneous P190 Beadwork P191 Jewelry –any medium P192 Leather Article P193 Recycled Article –made from any recycled material P194 Any Article by Physically or Mentally Challenged Person P195 Small Wood Working Project (ie. cutting board, wall shelf, bowl, etc.) P196 Large Wood Working Project (ie. furniture, toy box, chest, etc.)
Photography Chairperson: Jim Lavigne 250-329-6038 Prize Money: 1st -$5, 2nd -$4, 3rd -$3 Best In Show: $100 gift certificate donated by Fort Motors Grand Aggregate: Lay-Flat Professional Leather Photo Book valued at $345 donated by
Photo booth generously sponsored by: • • • • • • •
Rules All photos are to be 5x7 only, untitled with no matte, frame or white borders (to ensure photos are judged on the quality of the photo) If you do not want pinholes in your photos please put on hangers using string and tape All photos must have been taken between Aug, 2018 and Fall Fair 2019 All photos that win first place may be scanned and used in the fair book and newspapers to promote the photography section of the fair 1(one) entry per category per person Please remember to pick up prizes on Sunday when collecting photos Booth will be closed at 4:15pm on Sunday to allow time for sorting photos for pickup
P400 Portrait –posed with one or more persons, no pets P401 Children (Expressions) P402 Still Life –an arrangement of objects, no movement P403 Still Life (Time Gone By) – an arrangement of . objects, no movement P404 Black and White – no sepia P405 Action Shots – anything or anyone caught in movement P406 Close Ups – of an object, animal or insect P407 Sunset/Sunrise – over land or water P408 Seascapes Around The World – view mostly of water P409 Landscape – Winter – mostly land, no close ups P410 Landscape – Fall Colours – mostly land, no close ups P411 Winter Fun (Action) –must have movement, winter activity P412 Night Photography – any image taken at night P413 Flowers –whole flower or flowers, no close ups P414 Birds –any bird in flight or still P415 Domestic Pets – image of pet or pets, no people P416 Wildlife –large or small, wild, in natural environment P417 Farm Animals – in action or still, no people P418 Work On The Farm (Action) –someone or . something caught in movement P419 Farm Fields P420 Millennium (Action Shot of the Fair) –from . NPFF, must have movement in image P421 Special Theme – Selfies • Any image taken by the person in the image, there can be anything in the background. Be creative and have fun!
Junior Exhibits Chairperson: Pamela O’Brien 250-794-1908 Prize Money: 1st -$5, 2nd -$4, 3rd -$3 (unless otherwise stated)
• Parents are requested to verify that the work was done solely by the child entering it. • All classes are open to 15 years & younger except where noted • Jr. exhibitors must exhibit in their own age group and cannot exhibit in a category above them in the Jr. exhibits booth. • Exhibitors must not have reached their 16th birthday as of Jan. 1 of the current year. • Age class is set as of Jan. 1 of the current year.
Grain sheaves must be 4” in circumference under the head, tied in 3 places (one tie under the head) and be at least 18” long measured from below the head. Grain may be picked from any field with the owner’s permission. State variety. Junior Grain Sheaves –under 12 years Grand Aggregate: $45 donated by Junior Exhibits Gold Sponsors* R01 Sheaf of Wheat –any variety R02 Sheaf of Oats –any variety R03 Sheaf of Barley –any variety R04 Sheaf of Canola –any variety 1st prize-$15 donated by Mytopher Farms Senior Grain Sheaves -12 to 15 years Grand Aggregate: $45 donated by Junior Exhibits Gold Sponsors*
R05 R06 R07 R08
Sheaf of Wheat –any variety Sheaf of Oats –any variety Sheaf of Barley –any variety Sheaf of Canola –any variety 1st prize-$15 donated by Mytopher Farms
Threshed grain shall be from previous years grain in quart sized jar, cleaned grain only, no hand picking allowed. State variety. Junior Threshed Grain –under 12 years Grand Aggregate: $50 donated by Junior Exhibits Gold Sponsors* R10 Threshed Wheat –any variety R11 Threshed Oats –any variety R12 Threshed Barley –any variety Senior Threshed Grain -12 to 15 years Grand Aggregate: $50 donated by Junior Exhibits Gold Sponsors* R15 Threshed Wheat –any variety R16 Threshed Oats –any variety R17 Threshed Barley –any variety
Grand Aggregate: $45 donated by Junior Exhibits Gold Sponsors* R20 Tame Hay -8” mixed, fresh cut only R21 Alfalfa –for seed, 4” R22 Alsike –for seed, 4” R23 Red Clover –for seed, 4” R24 Fescue –for seed, 3”
Junior Exhibits R25 Timothy –for seed, 3” R26 Any other variety seed grasses -3” R27 Any other variety legume -3”
Junior Vegetables –under 12 years Grand Aggregate: $45 donated by Junior Exhibits Gold Sponsors* R30 Beans -6 pods R31 Beets -3 R32 Cabbage -1 head R33 Carrots -3 R34 Peas -6 pods R35 Potatoes -3 R36 Any Other Kind of Vegetable R37 Vegetable Collection -2 each, 4 or more varieties, named if possible R38 Any Kind of Fruit R39 Fruit Collection -2 each, 4 or more varieties, named if possible R40 Collection of Wild Fruit Grand Aggregate for R41 & R42: $30 donated by Barbara Scobie Prize Money: 1st -$10, 2nd -$7.50, 3rd -$5 R41 Dried Wild Flowers Poster –pressed & labelled (common names), 12 different kinds R42 Dried Weeds Poster –pressed & labelled (common names), 12 different kinds Just for Fun! R44 Vegetable Sculpture –wild imagination required R45 Rubber Duck Float –dress them up R46 Mud Pies -7 & under R47 Mud Pies -8-11 years R48 Healthy Lunch –any age Senior Vegetables -12 to 15 years Grand Aggregate: $45 donated by Junior Exhibits Gold Sponsors* R50 Beans -6 pods R51 Beets -3 R52 Cabbage -1 head R53 Carrots -3 R54 Peas -6 pods R55 Potatoes -3 R56 Any Other Kind of Vegetable R57 Vegetable Collection -2 each, 6 or more kinds R58 Any Kind of Fruit R59 Collection of Wild Fruit R60 Garden Display –all produce, 2 each, 6 or more kinds, well displayed in a suitable container Grand Aggregate for R61 & R62: $30 donated by Barbara Scobie Prize Money: 1st -$10, 2nd -$7.50, 3rd -$5 R61 Dried Wild Flowers Poster –pressed & labelled (common names), 12 different kinds R62 Dried Weeds Poster –pressed & labelled (common names), 12 different kinds
*All entries should be in a plastic bag before entry. No plastic wrap* Junior Baking –under 12 years Grand Aggregate: $45 donated by Junior Exhibits Gold Sponsors* R70 Baking Powder Biscuits -4 R71 Buns –plain, 6 R72 Iced Cake –judged on decoration only
R73 Drop Cookies -4 R74 Bran Muffins -4 R75 Chocolate Fudge -6 pieces R76 Short Bread Cookies -6 R77 Decorated Cookies (8-11 years) - 6, judged on decoration only 1st prize-$15 donated by Colt Creek Contracting R78 Decorated Cookies (7 & under) -6, judged on decoration only 1st prize-$15 donated by Colt Creek Contracting Senior Baking -12 to 15 years Grand Aggregate: $45 donated by Junior Exhibits Gold Sponsors* R80 White Bread R81 Buns -6, plain R82 Buns -6, fancy, 2 each kind R83 Apple Pie -2 crust R84 Drop Cookies -2 kinds, 3 of each R85 Bran Muffins -4 R86 Butter Tarts -4 R87 Chocolate Fudge -6 pieces R88 Iced Cake –judged on decoration only 1st prize-$15 donated by Colt Creek Contracting
Any article made at school or at home may be entered, unless otherwise specified. Junior Handicrafts -7 year & under Grand Aggregate: $25 gift certificate donated by Ewe’s Knitting (Debbie Alexander) Grand Aggregate: $25 donated by Junior Exhibits Gold Sponsors R90 Knitting/Crochet –any article, spool knitting and finger crochet included R91 Sewing –any article, hand or machine R92 Plastic Canvas –any article R93 Pom-Pom Craft –any article R94 Christmas Decoration –any article R95 Beadwork –any article R96 Quilting – Potholder, doll quilt, or small cushion. 1st prize-$5 donated by Fort St John Country Quilters Guild Intermediate Handicrafts -8 to 11 years Grand Aggregate: $25 gift certificate donated by Ewe’s Knitting (Debbie Alexander) Grand Aggregate: $25 donated by Junior Exhibits Gold Sponsors* R100 Knitting/Crochet –any article R101 Sewing –any article R102 Embroidery –any article R103 Leatherwork –any article R104 Beadwork –any article R105 Woodwork –any article R106 Metalwork –any article R107 Quilting-2 placemats, table runner, small quilt or pillow 1st prize-$5 donated by Fort St John Country Quilters Guild R108 Skein of Hand Spun Yarn R109 Weaving –any article Senior Handicrafts -12 to 15 years Grand Aggregate: $25 gift certificate donated by Ewe’s Knitting (Debbie Alexander) Grand Aggregate: $25 donated by Juniors Exhibits Gold Sponsors* R110 Knitting/Crochet –any article R111 Sewing –any article other than a garment R112 Sewing -garment
Junior Exhibits R113 R114 R115 R116 R117 R118 R119 R120
Senior Photography -12 to 15 years R173 People or Animals Picture R174 Scenery Picture
Embroidery –any article Leatherwork –any article Beadwork –any article Woodwork –any article Metalwork –any article Quilting-Small quilted bag, small quilt or wall hanging. Skein of Hand Spun Yarn Weaving –any article
Any article made at school or at home may be entered, unless otherwise specified. Junior Hobbies -5 years and under R130 Any Article –any medium Junior Hobbies -7 years and under Grand Aggregate: $45 donated by Junior Exhibits Gold Sponsors* R140 Decorated Rock R141 Greeting Card R142 String or Wool Project –any article R143 Fabric Painting –any article R144 Sculpture –any medium R145 Eco Art –any article made from items generally thrown away R146 Lego –judged on creative skills shown by the entry, No “kits” allowed. Intermediate Hobbies -8 to 11 years Grand Aggregate: $45 donated by Junior Exhibits Gold Sponsors* R150 Stuffed Toy -1 R151 String or Wool Project –any article R152 Sculpture –any medium R153 Assembled Model Kit R154 Fabric Painting –any article R155 Eco Art –any article made from items generally thrown away R156 Lego –judged on creative skills shown by the entry, No “kits” allowed R157 Scrapbooking –single page layout 1st prize - Gift Basket donated by Unforgettable Memories 250-785-2711 Senior Hobbies -12 to 15 years Grand Aggregate: $45 donated by Junior Exhibits Gold Sponsors* R160 Sculpture –any medium R161 Stuffed Toy -1 R162 String or Wool Project –any article R163 Eco Art –any article made from items generally thrown away R164 Assembled Model Kit R165 Fabric Painting –any article R166 Lego –judged on creative skill shown by the entry, No “kits” allowed R167 Scrapbooking –single page layout 1st prize - Gift Basket donated by Unforgettable Memories 250-785-2711
Any article made at school or at home may be entered, unless otherwise specified. Junior Artwork -5 years and under R180 Picture of family –any medium R181 Picture of an animal(s) –any medium R182 Picture of scenery –any medium Junior Artwork -7 years and under Grand Aggregate: $45 donated by Junior Exhibits Gold Sponsors* R183 Sketching –in pencil, in or charcoal R184 Painting –any medium R185 Collage –no larger than 11x18” R186 Drawing –in crayon, pastels or coloured pencils R187 Geometric Design R188 Poster Advertising the Fall Fair –no larger than 12x20” Intermediate Artwork -8 to 11 years Grand Aggregate: $45 donated by Junior Exhibits Gold Sponsors* R190 Sketching –pencil, ink or charcoal R191 Painting –any medium R192 Collage –no larger than 11x18” R193 Drawing –pencil, ink, charcoal or other black medium R194 Drawing –crayon, pastel, coloured pencil or other colour medium R195 Drawing –any medium not mentioned above R196 Geometric Design R197 Poster Advertising the Fall Fair –no larger than 20x20” R198 Traditional Oil Painting Senior Artwork -12 to 15 years Grand Aggregate: $45 donated by Junior Exhibits Gold Sponsors* R200 Sketching –pencil, ink, or charcoal R201 Painting –any medium R202 Collage –no larger than 11x18” R203 Drawing –pencil, ink, charcoal or other black medium R204 Drawing –crayon, pastel, coloured pencils or other colour medium
Prize Money: 1st -$10, 2nd -$8, 3rd -$6 for R170, R172, and R174 Donated by Bickford Farms Ltd. Junior Photography -7 years and under R170 Any Picture Intermediate Photography -8 to 11 years R171 People or Animals Picture R172 Scenery Picture
Junior Exhibits R205 R206 R207 R208
Drawing –any medium not mentioned above Geometric Design Poster Advertising the Fall Fair –no larger than 12x20” Traditional Oil Painting
Any article made at school or at home may be entered, unless otherwise specified. Junior Language Arts -5 years and under R215 Printed Name –child’s first name only Junior Language Arts -7 years and under Grand Aggregate: $45 donated by Junior Exhibits Gold Sponsors* R220 Printed Alphabet R221 Printed Numbers -1 to 50 R222 Creative Writing -50 to 100 words R223 Original Rhyme -4 to 6 lines R224 Self-Published Book • Any illustrated, self-published book done in school or at home is eligible. It must be a complete book with cover, title page, etc. • Judged on overall design, story, pictures, as well as mechanics (spelling, punctuation, neatness, etc.) • Illustration may be done by another student in the same age group, although it is suggested that the whole book be done by one student. Intermediate Language Arts -8 to 11 years Grand Aggregate: $45 donated by Junior Exhibits Gold Sponsors* R230 Written Alphabet R231 Short Story -100 to 200 words R232 Personal Letter R233 Original Limerick R234 Original Poetry -6 to 10 lines R235 Self Published Book • Any illustrated, self-published book done in school or at home is eligible. It must be a complete book with cover, title page, etc. • Judged on overall design, story, pictures, as well as mechanics (spelling, punctuation, neatness, etc.) • Illustration may be done by another student in the same age group, although it is suggested that the whole book be done by one student. Senior Language Arts -12 to 15 years Grand Aggregate: $45 donated by Junior Exhibits Gold Sponsors* R240 Written Alphabet R241 Short Story -200 to 300 words R242 Personal Letter R243 Original Limerick R244 Original Poetry -10 to 20 lines R245 Self Published Book • Any illustrated, self-published book done in school or at home is eligible. It must be a complete book with cover, title page, etc. • Judged on overall design, story, pictures, as well as mechanics (spelling, punctuation, neatness, etc.) • Illustration may be done by another student in the same age group, although it is suggested that the whole book be done by one student.
All bouquets are cut flowers displayed in a sealer, judged on quality and variety of flowers and display arrangement. Junior Bouquets –under 12 years Grand Aggregate: $20 donated by Junior Exhibits Gold Sponsors* R250 Bouquet of Garden Flowers –assorted R251 Bouquet of Wild Flowers –assorted Senior Bouquets -12 to 15 years Grand Aggregate: $20 donated by Junior Exhibits Gold Sponsors* R252 Bouquet of Garden Flowers –assorted R253 Bouquet of Wild Flowers –assorted
All canning will be entered and exhibited in the adult canning booth in special children`s classes. The points earned in these classes will be part of the Junior Overall Grand Aggregate. Junior Canning –under 12 years Grand Aggregate: $45 donated by Junior Exhibits Gold Sponsors* R300 Open Class for Fruit R301 Open Class for Vegetables R302 Open Class for Jam R303 Open Class for Jelly R304 Open Class for Pickles Senior Canning -12 to 15 years Grand Aggregate: $45 donated by Junior Exhibits Gold Sponsors* R310 Open Class for Fruit R311 Open Class for Vegetables R312 Open Class for Jam R313 Open Class for Jelly R314 Open Class for Pickles Prize Money: 1st -$10, 2nd -$8, 3rd -$6 for R312, R313, and R314 Donated by Baldonnel Women’s Institute.
Thank you to our Gold Sponsors for sponsoring the Junior Exhibits ArcTech Welding & Machining DFA Contracting North Peace Savings & Credit Union Peace Glass Zoo Foods
Fill out the information below with a parents help and hand into the office for the chance to win a fun prize!! All entries must be in to the office by 5:00pm on Sunday. Prizes will be mailed to the winners. Phone #:
Name: Mailing Address:
5 & under
10 & over
Please make a duplicate copy of this page (1 copy for office records, 1 copy for personal records)
North Peace Fall Fair Society
RR#1, S-16, C-56, Fort St. John, BC V1J 1M6
I hereby make the following entries subject to the ruls published in the Prize List: Note: PRINt name & address CLEaRLy or prize money could be withheld. Name: address:
total Entry Fees:
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total: Specials: Cheque: Cheque No: The fair board will noT be responsible for losses or accidenTs or injury incurred on The grounds. Please cash cheques promptly â€“ they become void in six months. since the society books close september 30th, any errors or omissions in prize money must be reported promptly. please return our copy of entry form when reporting errors.
Please make a duplicate copy of this page (1 copy for office records, 1 copy for personal records)
North Peace Fall Fair Society
liveStock â€“ horSe/cattle/SheeP eNtry Form Note: Please use only one (1) entry form PER HORSE. Photocopy if needed or extra copies are available at your local tack shop
owner or agent: address:
did you enter classes other than livestock? claSS
Name oF aNimal
Name oF haNdler/rider
$2.00 Per# Stall $5.00 per day (horses) total amount i hereby consent to the entry of my child(ren). Name: Name:
I certify the junior entrants are under the age of 18 years and that I have read the responsibility clause of this form. Signature of Parent/guardian: tHE RESPONSIbIlIty clauSE. North Peace fall fair Society & livestock committee will not be responsible for any loss, personal injury or damage to livestock exhibited for any article or any kind or nature that may be lost or destroyed or any way damaged. Each Exhibitor will be responsible for any injury that may be occasioned to any person or any animal or damage to any property while on the grounds by any livestock of any kind (e.g. horse, cattle) owned or exhibited by him and shall indemnify the management against all legally established claim or damages of any kind or nature that may grow out of any injury occasioned by any horse owned or exhibited by him. Presentation of this entry form shall be deemed acceptance of these rules. I hereby certify that livestock entered is eligible for the classes in which he is entered, and I am aware that I am subject to penalty for infraction of the rules. I make these entries at my own risk and subject to the rules of this show as stated in the prize list, and the rules of the association recognizing this show, and I agree for myself and my representatives to be bound thereby. I cERtIfy tHat I HavE REad aNd agREE tO bE bOuNd by tHE RESPONSIbIlIty clauSE.
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The North Peace Fall Fair Board would like to thank the following for their time and support as we bring our business to these local vendors.
... for the making of the NPFF trophies and ribbons
Special thanks to all volunteer help, anonymous donors and anyone else we have inadvertently missed. Without your help the Fair would not be the success it is. The North Peace Fall Fair Society takes this opportunity to express its sincere thanks to all the advertisers and sponsors of the 72nd Annual Fall Fair. Our fair ranks high among fairs held across British Columbia, and this achievement is due to the generous financial support given by the business community and dedicated individuals throughout the Peace River Area.
Thank you again, One and All! ~39~
The North Peace Fall Fair thanks all volunteers, sponsors and participants. Come and join us again next year for another successful fair!