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Table of Contents Past Presidents ......................................................................................... 3 Secretaries, Treasurers, and Managers .................................................... 4 Service Awards ......................................................................................... 5 How to Get to the Fairgrounds .................................................................. 6 Fairgrounds Layout ................................................................................... 7 Officers...................................................................................................... 8 Rules and Regulations .............................................................................. 9 Light Horse Show.................................................................................... 10 Livestock Classes ................................................................................... 11 Class 1 Heavy Draught Horses ...................................................... 12 Class 2 Horse Draw........................................................................ 13 Class 9 Cattle Displays................................................................... 14 Class 10 Sheep ................................................................................ 15 Class 11 Rabbits .............................................................................. 15 Class 12 Swine ................................................................................ 15 Class 13 Poultry Standard ............................................................... 17 Class 14 Poultry Bantams ................................................................ 17 Class 15 Turkeys & Waterfowl ......................................................... 18 Hall Class Rules and Regulations ........................................................... 19 Class 16 Potatoes ............................................................................ 20 Class 17 Vegetable, Fruits & Field Crops ........................................ 21 Class 18 Flowers & Plants ............................................................... 25 Class 19 Senior Floral Arrangements .............................................. 28 Class 21 Home Craft Domestic Science .......................................... 29 Class 22 Canned and Preserved Products ...................................... 33 Class 23 Needlecraft ........................................................................ 35 Class 24 Crafts ................................................................................ 41 Class 25 Photography ...................................................................... 43 Class 28 Collectables....................................................................... 44 Class 29 Antiques ............................................................................ 44 Class 30 Special Needs ................................................................... 45 Junior Prize List ...................................................................................... 46 Class 31 Arts and Crafts Pre-school ................................................ 46 Class 32 Arts and Crafts Jr Kindergarten ......................................... 47 Class 33 Arts and Crafts Senior Kindergarten ................................. 47 Class 34 Arts and Crafts Grade 1 .................................................... 47 Class 35 Arts and Crafts Grade 2 .................................................... 48 Class 36 Arts and Crafts Grade 3 .................................................... 48 Class 37 Arts and Crafts Grade 4 .................................................... 48 Class 38 Arts and Crafts Grade 5 .................................................... 49 Class 39 Arts and Crafts Grade 6 .................................................... 49 Class 40 Arts and Crafts Grade 7 .................................................... 49 Class 41 Arts and Crafts Grade 8 .................................................... 50 Class 42 Arts and Crafts Grades 9-12 ............................................. 50


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Class 43 Junior Baking ..................................................................... 52 Class 44 Junior Floral Arrangements ............................................... 54 Class 45 Junior Photography ........................................................... 54 Class 46 Junior Roots, Fruits, & Hoed Crops ................................... 55 Class 47 Junior Poultry and Animals ................................................ 55 Class 48 Sparks, Brownies, Guides, Pathfinders ............................. 57 Class 49 Beaver Scouts, Cub Scouts, Scouts and Ventures ............ 58 Specials Index: ........................................................................................ 59


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Past Presidents

1881 – 1894 1895 – 1896 1896 – 1897 1898 – 1907 1908 – 1909 1910 – 1914 1930 – 1936 1937 – 1949 1950 – 1972 1973 – 1974 1975 – 1976 1977 – 1978 1979 – 1980 1981 – 1982 1983 – 1984 1985 – 1986 1987 – 1988 1989 – 1990 1990 – 1991 1992 – 1993 1993 – 1994 1995 – 1996 1996 – 1998 1999 – 2000 2001 – 2002 2003 – 2004 2005 – 2006 2007 – 2008 2009 – 2014 2015 - 2017 2017 – 2018

Records Unavailable William Wilson W.H. Silvester Richard Clay W.H. Silvester James Sharpe D.S Litster C. Walter Sharpe J. Stanley Darling Norman Sedore Ina V. Trolove John C.L Phillips Cecil E. Pink James Bell Orville Hewitt Coral Mason Ina V. Trolove David Litster Evelyn Howell Orville Hewitt Coral Mason Marty Hickey Christine Lightfoot Liz Trolove Carol Johnson-Comer Coral Mason Ruth Armstrong Linda Blackmore Gary McFarlane Dawn Corless Linda Blackmore

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Secretaries, Treasurers, and Managers

1881 - 1894 1895 - 1902 1903 - 1912 1913 - 1940 1925 - 1940 1941 - 1956 1957 - 1958 1958 - 1967 1968 - 1972 1968 - 1973 1968 - 1973 1974 - 1975 1975 - 1979 1980 - 1981 1980 - 1990 1981 - 1989 1990 - 1993 1991 - 1993 1994 - 2002 1994 - 2015 2004 - 2011 2012 - 2016 2016 - 2017 2017 -

No Records Available W. John Wilson William Alexander Fred Metcalfe John S. Metcalfe, Assistant John S. Metcalfe Grace Metcalfe Florence Thompson John E. Thompson, Manager Dot Gerow, Secretary Norman Sedore, Assistant Manager Phyllis Pink Clifford E. Neal Clifford E. Neal, Treasurer Ruth Armstrong, Secretary Gayle Lister, Treasurer Judy Maio, Treasurer Hazel Finucan, Secretary Phyllis Leggett, Secretary Wilma Robert, Treasurer Lauretta Clements, Secretary Alice Evangelista, Secretary Dianne James, Treasurer Dianne James, Secretary/Treasurer


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Service Awards

1939 1940 1941 1942 1944 1945 1946 1947 1948 1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955 1956 1957 1961 1965 1968 1971 1971 1973 1974 1976 1977

Mrs. A.T. Turner Dr. Wilson Mrs. Jessie Pink C.W. Sharpe Mrs. H.L. Winters E.A. Warner Mrs. Harry Davidson J.H. Bentley John S. Metcalfe Mrs. D. Graham Ward Agnew Mrs. E.A. Warner J. Stanley Darling Mrs. R. J. Parsons David Etty Florence Thompson Cecil Pink Ina V. Trolove John E. Thompson Jessie & Lloyd Phillips Daisy White Phyllis Pink Norman Sedore Clarence Smith Helen A. Pink Emil Ley Idabelle Hewett

1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1996 2000 2002 2004 2005 2006 2008 2010 2016

Gordon Doige Ruth Armstrong Everett Pink Everett Pink Coral Mason Harvey Mulligan David Lister Ted Simpson Gail Mulligan Orville Hewitt Gayle Lister Betty Caldwell Liz Trolove Jean Simpson Lorne Bonazza Stephen Mulligan Myrna Todd Evelyn Howell Christine Lightfoot Carol Johnson-Comer Julie Burgess Harvey Bentley Wayne Butt Wilma Robert Dawn Corless Wilma Robert


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How to Get to the Fairgrounds

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Fairgrounds Layout

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Officers 2019-2021 President 1st Vice President 2nd Vice President Secretary/Treasurer Past President

Linda Blackmore Wilma Robert Dianne James Linda Blackmore

HONOURARY DIRECTORS Harvey Mulligan Phyllis Pink Betty Caldwell DIRECTORS Ruth Armstrong Linda Blackmore Dawn Corless Jim Creasor Coral Mason Arlene Anderson Wilma Robert

Margaret Burgess Bruce Campbell Bev Moore Laura Parry

Madison Burgess Hannah Cassidy Lily Kyte

Stephen Mulligan Dianne Mulligan Lindsay Lawrence Rod Blakelock Helen Horner Ashley Brandt

ASSOCIATE DIRECTORS Julie Burgess Paul Smith Taylor Burgess

JUNIOR DIRECTORS Emma Rawlston Ashley Brown Brayden Moore

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Rules and Regulations 1.

Membership is $4.00 per person.

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All entry forms for exhibits in the Hall must be made to the Secretary on or before five (5) days prior to the fair.

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No exhibitor may make more than one entry in any class except for Livestock and Poultry.

4.

The decision of the Judges shall in all cases will be final, except when a rule of the Society has been violated.

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Rule interpretation will be up to the discretion of three (3) Directors.

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Membership cards allows the member entry to the fair on Labour Day Monday only.

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From the sum or sums awarded to any member as a prize or premium, it shall be lawful for and the duty of the Secretary/Treasurer to retain $4.00 as the membership fee for the ensuing year.

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Any person entering an article or animal contrary to the rules of the Society shall forfeit any prize he/she may be otherwise entitled to.

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This Society will be responsible for payment of prize moneys only to the extent that the revenues of the Society will permit.

10. A protest must be in writing and be in the hands of the Secretary within 24 hours after the Fair. It must state plainly the cause of the complaint or appeal and must be accompanied by a deposit of $5.00. The deposit will be forfeited to the Society if the protest is not sustained. 11. Prize money will be presented at Awards Night. If you are unable to attend Awards Night and your winnings are over $20.00, they will be forwarded to you by mail. For persons with winnings lower than $20.00, you will be informed of an alternate place to pick up your winnings. All winnings must be picked up by December 31 of the current year. If they are not picked up the money will be relinquished to the Armour, Ryerson & Burk’s Falls Agricultural Society.


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For Prize Lists Call: Dianne James, (289)-241-3152 email: diannejames@hotmail.com or write to: Armour Ryerson Burk’s Falls Agricultural Society P.O Box 219, Burk’s Falls, ON P0A 1C0 List your Entries on the forms provided at the middle of the Fair Book, or download at www.arbfas.ca Entry Forms to be dropped off and Fair Tags to be picked up at the Village of Burk’s Falls Office 172 Ontario Street Digital copies of Fair Book and Entry Forms can be found on website www.arbfas.ca Early Entries are appreciated

Light Horse Show To be announced


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Livestock Classes 1.

Livestock to be on the grounds by 9:00 a.m., Poultry and Rabbits to be on grounds and cooped/caged by 9:30 a.m. on the Labour Day Monday. All exhibits to remain until 4:00 p.m.

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All Directors exhibiting Livestock must remove their badges before entering the judging ring, otherwise they will forfeit all claims to prizes that may be awarded to them.

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All stock must be the bona fide property of the person in whose name it is entered, who must be a member and make a declaration of ownership, if required. All suckling foals and calves must have been born after January 1st of the current year.

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No article or animal, except brood mares, will be allowed to participate in more than one class. This By-Law does not apply to Special Prizes.

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To display sheep or swine, contact the Secretary at least ten (10) days before the fair to accommodate arrangement and placement.

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Bulls must be properly secured by ring in the nose to prevent accident, or they will not be allowed on the grounds. All other animals must be properly secured either in pens or by rope. Stallions must be tied or removed from the grounds after being judged.

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Cattle must be shown in the ring provided, bulls excepted.

8.

All livestock shown as a herd must be mature animals over one year of age.

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All male breeding animals and all animals entered as purebred over one year of age must be properly recorded in a recognized herd book and such animals under twelve months of age must be eligible for registration (sire and dam recorded) and registration number must be given to the Secretary at the time of making the entry.

10. No horse or pony shall be allowed to compete in both Junior and Senior events. 11. Entry must be submitted to the Secretary five (5) days before the Fair date. 12. All Exhibitors of livestock must have liability insurance.


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Heavy Horses Directors: Dianne and Steve Mulligan Judging: Monday 12:00 Noon Registration will be at the Heavy Horse Booth At 11:00 a.m. Classes will be judged in the order shown in the book PLEASE BE ON TIME

Class 1

Heavy

Draught Horses 1. Draught horse, gelding or mare 2. Best Draught Horse Team (Parry Sound District residents only) Winner receives Lorne Maeck trophy 3. Best Draught Horse Team on the Grounds. Winner receives Jack Russell Trophy 4. Four Cart Obstacle Course

$40.00

$35.00 $30.00 $20.00

$60.00

$50.00 $40.00 $30.00

$60.00

$50.00 $40.00 $30.00

$60.00

$50.00 $40.00 $30.00

Best Horsemanship on the Grounds $50.00 Donated by Gary Sanderson


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Horse Draw

Light and Heavy Divisions Light Division Team 3300 lbs. and under Heavy Division Team 3300 lbs. and over Prize in each class .......... $325.00 $275.00 $225.00 After third place, a hitch fee of $200.00 will be paid after two (2) completed draws (to a maximum of six (6) teams)

Horse Draw No Percentage Pull Light and Heavy Divisions Rules and Regulations Course will be 150’/50m long with sidelines 20’/7m apart. To qualify, a draw of at least 20’/7m is to be completed. Teams will be allowed three (3) attempts to qualify. Horses must stay within side lines of the course while drawing, or they will be excused. 5. Draws a. All draws are to be taken in order. Pass-ups will be allowed after the first three draws are successfully completed. Only two (2) passups in a row are allowed, the third must be taken. b. The first four (4) draws will be two (2) blocks at a time. After that, NO MORE than three (3) blocks at a time will be put on stone boat. 6. Ten minutes will be allowed to repair broken harness or equipment which has occurred during a draw, before calling the next team. 7. Any forward movement of the stone boat will be considered a ‘draw’. 8. Contestants will draw for their position of order prior to the commencement of competition. 9. ONLY Officials and contestants are allowed within the course area during a ‘draw’. 10. Three (3) minutes will be allowed for a teamster to hitch his team. “Time” will commence from the moment the team enters the ‘draw area’. 11. Draw Area a. The teamster and two assistants only will be allowed in the ‘draw area’. b. Teamster MUST have a person to help hitch. 1. 2. 3. 4.


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While the team is hitched to the stoneboat: a. Neither teamster or any assistant to be alongside of or ahead of the team. They are not permitted to ‘head’ their team. b. Assistants are not permitted to talk to horses. 13. Slapping of horses in the ‘draw area’ and surrounding area will not be permitted. 14. A horse is permitted to participate as a member of ONLY ONE team 15. The judge’s decision is FINAL. 16. Attempting to talking to the judge during the competition will result in disqualification, at the judge’s discretion. 17. Any questions regarding the rules, or operation of the competition are to be discussed with the committee only prior to the commencement of the contest.

Class 9

Cattle Displays Director: Dawn Corless (705)-224-3657 email: zakshockey@msn.com Purpose: To Provide an Educational Exhibit

Remunerations of $100.00 per display will be paid to exhibitor. Please register each display with Secretary in advance.

Rules and Regulations 1. Exhibitor must display animals in a clean condition, halter-broken 2. A display board to be used for pertinent information as to breed, good qualities, etc. Information should include birthing weight, mature weights (approximate), calving ease, and predominate colours. 3. Milking information to be included with Dairy Cattle display. 4. An attendant must be with the display from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. on the day of the fair to answer any questions the public may have.

Beef Cattle 1. Exhibit to consist of minimum of 4 animals of one breed, two of must be mature. 2. Exhibit to consist of minimum of 4 cross-bred animals, two of which must be mature. (Cross bred is two or more breeds in one animal). Different breeds to be stated in information.


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Dairy Cattle 1. 2.

Exhibit to consist of minimum of 4 animals of one breed, two of which must be mature. Exhibit to consist of minimum of 4 cross-bred animals, two of which must be mature. Cross bred is two or more breeds in one animal. Different breeds to be stated in information.

Class 10

Sheep Director: Dawn Corless (705)-224-3657 email: zakshockey@msn.com Judging – Monday 10:00 a.m.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Aged ram ................................................ $5.00 Shearling ram ......................................... $5.00 Ram lamb ............................................... $5.00 Ewe, having reared lamb this season ..... $5.00 Shearling ewe ......................................... $5.00 Ewe lamb ................................................ $5.00 Champion in Class .................................. $5.00 Best Commercial Ewe - $10.00

Class 11

$4.00 $4.00 $4.00 $4.00 $4.00 $4.00

$3.00 $3.00 $3.00 $3.00 $3.00 $3.00

Rabbits Director: Dawn Corless (705)-224-3657 email: zakshockey@msn.com

Prizes ....................................................... $4.00 $3.00 1.

$2.00

Rabbits, Any Variety (AV), named

Class 12

Swine Judging – Monday 10:00 a.m.

Any Breed 1. Boar, over 1 year ..................................... $6.00 2. Boar, over 4 months, under 12 months .... $6.00 3. Brood sow ................................................ $6.00 4. Sow, over 4 months, under 12 months .... $6.00

$4.00 $4.00 $4.00 $4.00

$2.00 $2.00 $2.00 $2.00


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5. Pair of bacon hogs ................................ $6.00 $4.00 6. Sow with litter (no less than 6) .............. $12.00 $7.00

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$2.00 $5.00

Poultry and Waterfowl Director: Dawn Corless (705)-224-3657 email: zakshockey@msn.com

Rules and Regulations 1. The entry fee for all birds and rabbits is $.50 each 2. All entry fees, plus membership, are to be sent to the Secretary ten (10) days prior to fair date. 3. In case of withdrawal no entry fee or membership will be refunded if the Secretary is not notified within 48 hours in advance of judging. 4. All birds must be cooped by 9:30 a.m. Monday 5. Judging begins at 10:00 a.m. Monday 6. Birds are not to be removed before 4:30 p.m. on show day. 7. No Exhibitor is permitted to enter and show more than two (2) exhibits in any one section. 8. In classes for Any Other Variety (AOV), the variety must be listed on entry form. 9. Any bird showing evidence of unhealthy, diseased, or extremely dirty, in the opinion of the Judge or Director, will be removed from the building and not judged. 10. All birds will be judged by a Licensed Judge under the American Standards of Perfection. If there is no one available, the Society shall provide an adequate replacement. 11. All exhibit tags are to remain with the Secretary and they will be secured to coops designated by the Director.


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Poultry Classes 13 and 14 are subdivided into 4 sections as follows: Section A – Cock Section B – Hen

Section C – Cockerel Section D – Pullet

AOC – any other colour, AOV any other variety,

AV any variety, AC any colour

Prizes in Sections 1 to 30 ..................... $4.00

Class 13 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16.

$2.00

Poultry Standard

New Hampshire Plymouth Rock, Barred Plymouth Rock, White Plymouth Rock, AOC Wyandotte, Silver Laced Wyandotte, AOC Rhode Island Red Brahma, AV Cochin, Black Cochin, White Cochin, AOC Australorp Cornish, AV Orpington, AV

Class 14

$3.00

15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28.

Sumatra Sussex, AV Ancona, AV Leghorn, White Leghorn, Brown Leghorn, AOC Minorca Polish, AV Mediterranean, AOV American, AOV English, AOV French, AOV Continental, AV AOV (name the variety)

17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30.

Leghorn, White Leghorn, AOC Polish, AV Rhode Island Red Sebright Silver Sebright Gold Silkie, AC Mille Fleur, AV Wyandotte, White Wyandotte, AOC Brahma, Light Brahma, Buff Brahma, AOC AOV (name the variety)

Poultry Bantams

Modern, AV Old English, Black Old English, Black Red Old English, AOV Rosecomb, Black Rosecomb, AOC Plymouth Rock Barred Plymouth Rock, White Plymouth Rock, AOC Cochin White Cochin Black Cochin, AOC Cornish, Dark Cornish, AOC Hamburg, AV Japanese, AV


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Turkeys & Waterfowl

Turkeys and Geese are subdivided into 4 sections as follows: Section A – Old Male Section C – Young Male Section B – Old Female Section D – Young Female Prizes; Turkeys and Geese $4.50 Ducks and Pigeons ......................... $4.00

$3.50 $3.00

$2.50 $2.00

Turkeys 1. Bronze 2. Black 3. Blue State 4. Royal Palm Geese

5. 6. 7. 8.

9. African 10. Buff 11. Chinese 12. Embden Ducks

13. Toulouse 14. AOV Heavy Breed, Named 15. AOV Light Breed, Named

16. Call, White 17. Call Grey 18. Call, AOC 19. East Indian, Black 20. Indian Runner, White 21. Indian Runner, AOC 22. Khaki Campbell Pigeons

23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28.

29. 30. 31. 32.

Bourbon Red Narragansett White Any other variety, named

Muscovy, AC Pekin Rouen White Crested AOV Light Breed, named AOV, Heavy Breed, named

Pair Fantail Pair Homers Pair Pouters Pair AOV Pigeons, named

Judges Choice Rosette for Poultry, Turkeys & Waterfowl


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Hall Class Rules and Regulations 1. All exhibits to be delivered to the Hall between 8:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. on Saturday. Doors close at 11:00 a.m. SHARP. 2. Entries MUST be tagged and ready. 3. Only one entry per section. 4. Each entry must be the work of the Exhibitor. 5. No article may be shown for more than two (2) years. 6. Exhibitors will NOT be allowed in the Hall to place their exhibits. Exhibitors will hand in their exhibits at the door with all entry tags properly attached. An attendant appointed by the Directors will have entire charge of placing exhibits. 7. Manufactured articles must be the manufacture and property of the exhibitor. 8. Any Article or Exhibit in the Hall competing for a Special Prize is not to compete for a Society prize. 9. A Director shall have the authority to discard old or soiled work. 10. The Directors will take every reasonable precaution to ensure the safety of articles sent to the exhibition, but the owners themselves must take the risk of exhibiting them. Should any article be accidentally injured or lost, the Director will give all the assistance in their power towards the recovery of the same. It is distinctly understood that they will make no payment for any article injured/damaged or lost. 11. Entries will NOT be removed until 4:30 p.m. Monday.


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Potatoes Director: Dawn Corless (705)-224-3657 email: zakshockey@msn.com

➢ Refer to Rules & Regulations, page 9 and Hall Class Rules, page 19 ➢ Potatoes must be clean and displayed in flat container (e.g. paper plate). ➢ Select tuber free from disease and injury, uniform in size and weighing no more than 250 grams (9 oz.) each. ➢ Do not wash. Brush lightly with a soft cloth or brush. Do not break skin.

Prizes in Section 1 to 7 ............ $6.00 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

$5.00

$3.00

$6.00

$4.00

Yellow Fleshed Variety, 5 Tubers, named Early White Variety, 5 Tubers, named Early Red variety, 5 Tubers, named Late White Variety, 5 Tubers, named Late Red Variety, 5 Tubers, named Blue or Purple variety, 5 tubers, named Any Variety by New Exhibitor, 5 Tubers, named

Prizes in Section 8 ................................ $8.00 8.

$4.00

Half Bushel Potatoes, any variety, named

Commercial Feature Potatoes Open to All Growers Exhibit to consist of the following: ➢

Select tuber free from disease and injury, uniform in size and weighing no more than 250 grams (9 oz.) each. Do not wash. Brush lightly with a soft cloth or brush. Do not break skin.

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One half bushel; one eleven (11) quart basket; and one six-quart basket (or metric equivalent) named.

Prizes ............................ $30.00 $20.00 $15.00 $10.00 $5.00


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Vegetable, Fruits & Field Crops Director: Dawn Corless (705)-224-3657 email: zakshockey@msn.com

➢ Refer to Rules & Regulations, page 9 and Hall Class Rules, page 19. ➢ Vegetables are judged per ‘Ontario Judging Standards’ printed by the Ministry of Agriculture and Food. ➢ Vegetables must be clean and displayed on paper plates unless they are too large. Tips on Exhibiting Vegetables Beans: Do not wash. Wipe gently with a soft cloth. Should be uniform in colour and size, fresh (snap when bent), free from stringiness, fine grained smooth, fleshy clean, well filled. Beets: Tops removed ½” (12mm) from crown. Trim roots to 1”, should be 2 to 2 ½” (5 to 7mm). Do not scrub. Can be placed in cold water bath before carefully wiping off soil. Cabbage: Trim stem ½” (12mm). Trim heads down to two layers of sound green outer leaves. Cauliflower: Heads should be dense, well-formed, and free from fuzziness and small leaves. Trim steams to ¼” to ½” (7-12mm). Leave 4 to 6 lower leaves around head and trim squarely across leaving ½” to 1” (12 – 25 mm) projecting above head. Corn: Remove 1/3 of husk from tip to butt. Do not totally strip husk from ear. Cucumber: Trim stem to ¼” (7mm). Onion: Remove roots just below base of bulb. Remove only jagged and dirty outer leaves. Cut tops ½” to 1” (12-25mm) above bulb. Parsnips: To clean, soak in water. Do not rub skin. Trim rootlets. Should be 2” (5cm) to 3” (7cm) in diameter at the crown. Remove side roots. Tops trimmed to ½” (12mm) above crown. Skin clean, smooth, and white with no discolouration. Pumpkin: Trim stem. Can be washed to remove dirt. Tomatoes: Leave 1” (25mm) stem attached to tomato. Free of cracks and scars. Clean and firm. At least 2 ¼” (5.5 cm) in diameter. Turnips: Trim off tops and roots without leaving scars. Swedes/Rutabagas should be 3 ½” to 5” (8-12 cm) in diameter. Smooth shapely and clear skin. Squash: (Winter: Acorn Squash, Hubbard Squash) Do not wash. Trim stem Squash: (Summer: Zucchini) Trim Stem. Can be washed to remove dirt. Do not rub skin.


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Prizes in Section 1 ............ $10.00 $8.00 1.

$4.00

$3.00

$3.00

$2.00

Beets, 3 litre Basket Carrots, 3 litre Basket Green Tomatoes, 3 litre Basket

Prizes in Sections 5 to 55 .............. $4.00 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38.

$4.00

Collection of Vegetables, one each not more than 12 varieties on a tray not over 18� (46cm) square.

Prizes in Section, 2, 3 & 4 ............... $5.00 2. 3. 4.

$6.00

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Beans, Green, 12 Beans, Yellow, 12 Beets, Long, 5 Beets, Pickling, 5, Max 1.5 cm Beets, Round, 5 Broccoli, 1 head Cabbage, Red, 1 Cabbage, Pointed, 1 Cabbage, Flat, 1 Cabbage, Round, 1 Cabbage, Savoy, 1 Carrots between 3" to 5" Carrots over 5" Long Cauliflower, 1 Sweet Corn, Yellow, 5 ears Sweet Corn, AOV, 5 ears Cucumber, ripe, 1 Cucumbers, Green, table use, 2 Cucumbers, English Type, Green, 1 Cucumbers, Pickling, 3 Garlic, 2 Bulbs Kohlrabi, max diameter 2.5" Leeks, 4 Muskmelon or Cantaloupe, 1 Onions, Spanish type, Mature, 5 Onions, Red, 5 Onions, Multipliers, large, 1 pint Onions, Multipliers, small, 1 pint. Parsnips, 3 Peppers, sweet green, stems on, 3 Peppers, stems on, any other colour, 3 Pumpkin, Table Use, 1 Pumpkin, Field, 1 Pumpkin, Miniature Type, Ripe, 1


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39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54. 55.

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Squash, Buttercup, 1 Squash, Any Other Variety, 1 Squash, Pepper/Acorn, 1 Squash, Hubbard, Golden, 1 Squash, Hubbard, Green or Blue, 1 Squash, Zucchini, maximum 8", 2 Squash, Summer any other variety, 1 Tomatoes, ripe, stems on, 5 Tomatoes, green, stems on, 5 Tomatoes, paste, ripe, stems on, 5 Tomatoes, paste, green, stems on, 5 Tomatoes, cherry, ripe, stems on, 1 pint Turnips, table, 2 roots Watermelon, 1 Corn, 3 Stalks, tied, no roots, minimum 1 ear on stalk Crab Apples, 5 Apples, any other variety, 5

Prizes in Sections 56 to 66 .............. $3.00 56. 57. 58. 59. 60. 61. 62. 63. 64. 65. 66.

Largest Onion Largest Potato Largest Cabbage Largest Field Pumpkin Largest Tomato Largest Hubbard Squash, Circumference Largest Sunflower Head, Diameter Longest Zucchini Longest Carrot Longest Cucumber Tallest Sunflower, with flower (no roots)

Judges Choice Rosette for Potatoes and Vegetables, Fruits & Field Crops Special Prize for Most Points in Vegetables, Fruits & Field Crops


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Commercial Feature Garden Vegetables Open to any Grower ➢ ➢

A display of Garden Vegetables to be composted of your choice of ten (10) of all the following varieties of vegetables grown by the exhibitor. All vegetables must show their full name (not just ‘tomatoes’) and be in a container or tray. Presentation will count.

Prizes ......................................... $25.00 $20.00 $15.00 $10.00 67. 68. 69. 70. 71. 72. 73. 74. 75. 76. 77. 78. 79. 80. 81. 82.

Beans, green or yellow, 12 Carrots, 5. Bunched Cucumbers, 2, slicing Beets, 5, bunched Onions, 5 Tomatoes, 5, green or ripe Sweet corn, 3 ears Potatoes, 5 Parsnips, 5, bunched Peppers, 3 Broccoli, 1 head Cabbage, 1 head Cauliflower, 1 head Turnip, 1, table Pumpkin, 1 Squash, 1


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Flowers & Plants Director: Betty Caldwell, (705)-382-3204

Rules Refer to Rules & Regulations, page 9 and Hall Class Rules, page 19 ➢ ➢ ➢ ➢ ➢ ➢ ➢ ➢ ➢ ➢ ➢

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The exhibitor must grow all flowers and plants Cut flowers to be shown with their own foliage Buds count as blooms. African Violets should only have one crown (the centre growth of leaves and flowers) only. Potted plants should have only one plant per pot. Potted plants must have been grown in a pot and not dug from the garden. A bloom is an individual flower on a stem. Remember buds showing colour count as a bloom and should be removed if prize calls for one (1) bloom. A spray is a portion of a plant with a number of flowers and buds. A stalk (same as a stem) is a plant structure carrying one or more flowers and/or buds. It may be branched. A spike is an upright stem carrying several flowers, usually with short pedicels, such as gladioli and snapdragons. Cut flowers are judged based on condition (free of disease), size, uniformity (all specimens in an exhibit should be the same size, form and colour), colour (fresh, clear, bright, etc.), form (proper shape of the flower) and stem and foliage (strong straight stems and clean foliage). Make sure all dirt, seed pods, etc. are removed and containers are clean. Roses should be shown half to full bloom except when bud is specified in prize list. Gladiolus should be straight, balanced and have approximately 1/3 flower fully opened. An arrangement is the composition of colour, size and shape to produce a pleasing effect. Each unit (e.g. flower, fruit, vegetable, etc.) is placed so that all of them together produce a design. Although mechanics (floral foam, chicken wire, etc.) make designing easier, they are not required for arrangements/designs, but may be used if desired. Judging is based on arrangement only unless container is specified in prize list.. Wildflowers, weeds, roadside or any material, which is commonly found along the roadside, in meadows, etc. A dried flower encompasses all material that is not fresh. A bouquet is a designed bunch of flowers and foliage, and the stems are tied with string before inserting into container.


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Prizes in Sections 1 to 58 ..................... $4.00 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37.

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$2.00

Asters, double, 3 blooms Asters, perennial, 3 stems Calendulas, 3 stems Carnations, 3 stems Chrysanthemum, 3 stems Coneflower (Echinacea), 3 stems Coreopsis, 3 stems Cornflower, 3 stems Cosmos, 3 stems Dahlias, large, over 8" (20 cm), 3 blooms Dahlias, medium, 6"-8" (15-20 cm), 3 blooms Dahlias, small, 4"-6" (10-15 cm), 3 blooms Dahlias, miniature, not more than 4" (10 cm), 3 blooms Gladiolus, 1 spike Gladioli, 3 spikes (to be shown in a large, heavy container) Grass, Ornamental, 3 stems Lavender, 3 spikes Lily, 1 stem Marigolds, 5 stems, under 3" (7.5 cm) Marigolds, 5 stems, over 3" (7.5 cm+) Nasturtiums, 5 blooms Pansies, 5 blooms Perennial Daisy, 3 stems Petunias, single, over 3" (7.5 cm+), 5 stems Petunias, double, 5 stems Phlox, perennial, 3 stems Rose, 1 bloom Salvia, 5 stems Sedum, 1 head Gaillardia, 3 blooms Snapdragons, 3 stems, 24" to 36" (62-92 cm) Sweet Pea, 5 stems Zinnias, large, over 2" (5 cm), 3 blooms Zinnias, small, under 2" (5 cm), 5 blooms Collection of any other Annuals, 3 kinds, 2 stems each, named Collection of any other Perennials, 3 kinds, 2 stems each, named Most unusual garden flower not mentioned above, 3 stems, named


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House Plants 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54. 55. 56. 57. 58.

African Violet, single African Violet, double African Violet, miniature Begonia, tuberous Begonia, any other variety, named Cactus, any variety Coleus Geranium, scented Geranium, Ivy Geranium, any other variety Gloxinia Impatiens, single, in bloom Impatiens, double, in bloom Fuchsia, in bloom Baby Tears Ivy Most Unusual House Plant, named Cactus, collection of 3, potted in a container Herbs, collection of 3, potted Flowering Plant in a Hanging Container Any Succulent Plant

Judges Choice Rosette for Flowers & Plants Special Prize for Most Points in Flowers & Plants


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Senior Floral Arrangements

Refer to Rules & Regulations, page 9 and Hall Class Rules, page 19

Prizes in Sections 1 to 10 ..................... $5.00

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

$4.00

$3.00

‘Winter Wonderland’ ‘Our Native Land’ ‘Happy Birthday’ Child ‘Joseph’s Coat’ ‘Happy New Year’ using a Wine Glass ‘Let the Sun Shine In’ Yellow Tones By the Shore ‘Reach for the Top’ ‘Merry Christmas’ ‘Miniature Arrangement’

Judges Choice Rosette for Senior Floral Arrangements Special Prize for Most Points in Flower Arrangements Receives $25.00 Donated by Stan Darling Ltd. In Memory of Mona Darling


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Home Craft Domestic Science Associate Director: Julie Burgess, 705-382-2638 email: dewey.j.burgess@gmail.com

Refer to Rules & Regulations, page 9 and Hall Class Rules, page 19 ➢ Articles must be cold. ➢ Commercial mixes or pie fillings are not to be used, unless specified. ➢ Pans for bread and loaves approximately 9” x 4” x 3” or metric equivalent. ➢ All Quick breads, squares, and cookies to be on small plates Baking ➢ White cake: no egg yolks, just the whites ➢ Light cake: has the whole egg ➢ Lattice top: a true lattice top should be woven ➢ Decorated cakes: decoration should be on actual cake, not a pan or frame unless otherwise stated in the prize list. All baking to be placed in a clear zip-lock bag or plastic bag closed with a twist tie All loaves to be ½ loaf

Prizes in Sections 1 to 57 ...................... $5.00 Breads, Buns, Rolls (Yeast) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

White Bread, one half loaf Raisin Bread, one half loaf 60% Whole Wheat Bread, one half loaf Baguette. No longer than 8” French Bread, traditional shape, one half loaf Bread, Any other kind, one half loaf Chelsea Buns, 3, joined Cinnamon Buns, 3, joined Bagel, 1, any kind 60% Whole Wheat Dinner Rolls, 3

Bread Machine (Yeast) 11. White, one half loaf 12. Cheese Bread, one half loaf 13. Bread, any other kind, one half loaf

Quick Breads (No Yeast) 14. 15. 16. 17. 18.

Bran Muffins, 3, no paper cups Pineapple Carrot, 3, no paper cups Apple Muffins, 3, named, no paper cups Banana Muffins, 3, no paper cups Muffins, any other kind, 3, named

$4.00

$3.00


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Carrot/Pineapple Loaf, one half loaf Cheese Loaf, one half loaf Banana Loaf, one half loaf Zucchini Loaf, one half loaf Loaf, any other kind, named, one half loaf Plain Tea Biscuits, 3 Cheese Tea Biscuits, 3 Raisin Tea Biscuits, 3 Scones, 3, any kind, named

Gluten Free 28. White Bread, one half loaf 29. Brownies, 3, no icing 30. Favourite Cake, one half cake, named

Cakes 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37.

One serving of a dessert, any kind (Cake, Cheesecake, Pie, etc.) Smash Cake, decorated for 1-year old child’s birthday Carrot Cake, iced Angel Cake, un-iced, commercial mix Applesauce Cake may be iced White Layer Cake, iced Chocolate Layer Cake, iced

Squares and Cookies Squares must be cut square 38. Diabetic Cookies, Oatmeal, 3 39. Diabetic Date Squares, 3 40. Butter Tart Squares, 3 41. Lemon Squares, 3 42. Date Squares, 3 43. Squares, any other kind, named 44. Chocolate Brownies, 3, iced 45. Drop Cookies, 3 46. Sugar Cookies, 3 47. Oatmeal Cookies, 3 48. Peanut Butter Cookies, 3 49. Chocolate Chip Cookies, 3 50. Shortbread Cookies, 3 51. Gingerbread Person, 3, Decorated 52. Cookies, 3, any other kind, named 53. Unbaked Cookies, 3 54. Unbaked Squares, 3


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Tarts and Pies 55. Butter Tarts, 3, with Raisins 56. Lemon Tarts, 3 57. Tarts, 3, any other kind, named

Prizes in Sections 58 to 65 ................... $6.00 58. 59. 60. 61. 62. 63. 64. 65.

Prizes in Sections 66 to 70 ................... $4.00 Candy 66. 67. 68. 69. 70.

$5.00

$4.00

Blueberry Pie Baked Apple in individual Baking Dish Apple Pie, spiced Lemon Pie Raisin Pie Pumpkin Pie Pie, any other kind 3 Tarts, 3 Tea Biscuits and Jar of Jam in a Basket

$3.00

$2.00

Caramel Corn, in a 500ml jar Truffles, 3 Chocolate Creations, 3 Butter Fudge, 3 Candy Apples, 3

Specials Prizes in Sections 71 & 72............... $15.00 71. Lunch Box (no larger than 12�) for farmer working in the fields 72. Best Apple Pie

Judges Choice Rosette for Home Craft Special Prize for Most Points in Home Craft

Butter Tarts The size of the tarts must be full size tarts. (no mini or bite size tarts) A total of 5 tarts will be required to be shown. No nuts or any other fruit. Tarts must be on a clean paper plate inside of a clear plastic bag. Prize - $10.00


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Robin Hood Family Favourite Recipe Baking Contest

Best Homemade Cake, Muffin or Cake Loaf in category as selected by the fair.

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1st: $25.00 Product Certificate 2nd: $10.00 Product Certificate

Judging will be based on appearance, taste, texture, and recipe creativity

Robin Hood Family “Best Lunchbox Snack” Contest

Best Family Homemade cookies, squares, or bars.

1st: $25.00 Product Certificate 2nd: $10.00 Product Certificate

Judging will be based on appearance, taste, texture, and recipe creativity

Crisco Family Favourite Recipe Baking Contest

1st: $25.00 Product Certificate

Best Homemade Muffin, Tarts or Pie in category as selected by the fair.

2nd: $10.00 Product Certificate

Judging will be based on appearance, taste, texture, and recipe creativity


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Canned and Preserved Products Associate Director: Julie Burgess, 705-382-2638 email: dewey.j.burgess@gmail.com

Refer to Rules & Regulations, page 9 and Hall Class Rules, page 19

Prizes in Sections 1 - 39 .................. $4.00

$3.00

$2.00

Jam and Jelly 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13.

Strawberry Jam, wild Strawberry Jam, tame Raspberry Jam Rhubarb Strawberry Jam Three Fruit Jam, Named Peach Jam Grape Jelly Chokecherry Jelly Crabapple Jelly Strawberry Freezer Jam, any container accepted Freezer Jam, any other kind, named, any container accepted Jam, any other kind, named Jelly, any other kind, named

Sauces and Dressing 14. Barbecue Sauce, include recipe 15. "Dessert" Sauce, include recipe

Preserves and Canning 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24.

Strawberries, preserved Raspberries, canned Crabapples, preserved Whole Cranberry Sauce Peaches, canned Tomatoes, whole, canned Apple Sauce Pears, canned Chutney, your choice, fruit, or vegetable, named


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Pickles and Relish 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33.

Icicle Pickles Green Tomato Pickles Bread and Butter Pickles Green Relish Mustard Bean Pickles Dill Pickles, any kind Pickled Beets Zucchini Relish Chili Sauce

34. 35. 36. 37.

Sweet Mixed Pickles Salsa, Mild Pickled Eggs Pickles, any other kind, named 38. Pickled Peppers 39. Relish, any other kind, named

Judges Choice Rosette for Canned & Preserved Products Special Prize for Most Points in Canned & Preserved Products

Bernardin Best of Show Award

1st: $30.00 Gift Certificate Plus,

Rosette Prize Ribbon Fairs’ Best Home Canning” entry submitted in a Bernardin mason jar and SNAP Lid as selected by fair Judging will be based on highest accumulated points (fair decides point system) or Judge’s choice of Best Home Canning Entry form among qualifiers

Bernardin Jam / Jelly Award

1st: $20.00 Gift Certificate Plus,

Rosette Prize Ribbon Best Jam / Jelly using Bernardin pectin as selected by the fair. Judging will be based on appearance, taste, texture, and recipe creativity. Winning entry must include proof of sponsors’ product purchase.

Bernardin Gift Pack Competition

1st: $20.00 Gift Certificate Plus, Rosette Prize Ribbon Best Gift Pack submitted using Bernardin mason jar and SNAP Lid as selected by the fair. Judges select winners based on creativity, quality of home canned product, perceived value, and appropriateness of presentation.

Bernardin SNAP Lid/ Mason Jar Creative Craft Award

1st: $20.00 Gift Certificate Plus,

Rosette Prize Ribbon Best decorative or functional homemade craft made using a Bernardin Mason Jar(s) and/or 2-piece SNAP Lid as selected by fair.


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Needlecraft Director: Linda Blackmore (705)-384-7121

Refer to Rules & Regulations, page 9 and Hall Class Rules, page 19 ➢

The Director will have the authority to disqualify old and soiled work. No Straight Pins Allowed No indication of Personal Identification is allowed on any article.

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Sewing a. b.

General Appearance: 30 percent approximately Workmanship: 70 percent approximately

Handwork: Crocheted articles, knitting, rugs, applique, embroidery, quilts, etc. a. General appearance o Clean, attractive b. Suitability of: o Texture of fabric o Applied design to article and purpose o Yarn or thread to purpose and fabric c. In proportion d. Colour e. Workmanship: o Appearance on both right and wrong sides o Durability of construction o Proper finishing of thread ends, corners, edges, etc. f. Mounted articles must be easily removed from mount for judging.

Quilts, Afghans, and Rugs Quilts must be single, double, queen or king unless otherwise stated.


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Prizes in Sections 1 - 11 ....................... $15.00 $10.00 $8.00 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.

Quilt, appliqued, must be hand-quilted Quilt, pieced, must be hand-quilted Quilt, pieced and appliqued, must be hand-quilted Quilt, cross-stich, small amount of other embroidery, must be hand-quilted Quilt, from kit, NOT cross-stich Quilt, single bed, hand, or machine quilted Tied Quilt Quilt, any other kind, hand, or machine quilted Quilt - Machine Quilted 324� circumference Quilt, done by a new exhibitor, hand or machine quilted QUILT MADE BY A GROUP, quilting only to be judged, must be hand quilted

Judges Choice Rosette for all Quilts in Sections 1 - 11 Prizes in Sections 12 to 34 ................... $6.00 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24.

$4.00

$3.00

Crib Quilt, not painted Crib Quilt, from nursery fabric Lap Quilt, hand quilted, approx. 36" X 45" (60cm X 114cm) Quilted Wall Hanging Quilted Table Runner Hand Quilted Placemats, 2 Any other item of quilting not mentioned Afghan, Knitted Afghan, crocheted Lap Afghan, knitted or crocheted, 36" x 45" Afghan, any other kind Wall Hanging, ready to hang Any article, hooked

Needlework 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32.

Tablecloth, cross-stitch, some other embroidery allowed Pillowcases, pair, embroidered Pillowcases, pair, cross-stitch, some other embroidery allowed Towels, pair, embroidered Cushion, embroidered Small embroidered article Small article of embroidery, worked in one color only Article of Smocking

Special Prize for Most Points Sections 11 - 32


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Hand Quilted Quilt Competition ➢ Quilts must be made and exhibited by the residents of Burk’s Falls and surrounding area. ➢ To be eligible, quilts must be 324” in circumference or larger. ➢ The Champion Quilt of all quilt classes meeting these requirements at the fair will receive a rosette and will be sent to the District 11 Fall Meeting. Prizes of $25.00, $15.00, $10.00 will be awarded at the District Meeting. ➢ The winning quilt from District 11 will be sent to the Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies Annual Convention in Toronto in February. ➢ The quilt will be judged against winning quilts from other Districts in Ontario. ➢ A certificate, ribbon and $500.00 will be awarded to the winning quilt winner. ➢ The exhibitor will retain ownership of the quilt.

▪ The O.A.A.S. is pleased to sponsor the Annual Quilt Competition. Machine Quilted Quilt Competition ➢ Quilts must be made and exhibited by the residents of Burk’s Falls and surrounding area. ➢ To be eligible, quilts must be 324” in circumference or larger. ➢ The Champion Quilt of all quilt classes meeting these requirements at the fair will receive a rosette and will be sent to the District 11 Fall Meeting. Prizes of $25.00, $15.00, $10.00 will be awarded at the District Meeting. ➢ The winning quilt from District 11 will be sent to the Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies Annual Convention in Toronto in February. ➢ The quilt will be judged against winning quilts from other Districts in Ontario ➢ A certificate, ribbon and $500.00 will be awarded to the winning quilt winner. ➢ The exhibitor will retain ownership of the quilt. The O.A.A.S. is pleased to sponsor the Annual Quilt Competition.


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Sewing Prizes in Sections 33 to 60 .................. $6.00 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54. 55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 60.

Prizes in Sections 61 to 67 .................. $5.00 61. 62. 63. 64. 65. 66. 67.

$4.00

$3.00

$3.00

$2.00

Lady's Dress Lady's Skirt Lady's Jacket Lady's Blouse Two-Piece Outfit Nightgown, any size Pajamas, any size Man's long-sleeved Work Shirt Adult Vest Jogging Outfit Article from fleece Kitchen Apron, with bib Barbecue Apron Child's Overalls Child's Dress Two-Piece Outfit, 4 - 12 years Shorts Sun Dress Recycled Denim Jacket or Vest Fabric Cushion Tote Bag, fabric Placemats, 2, quilted fabric Placemats, 2, any other kind Doll Outfit, on doll-sewing Child's fabric toy, 20" (51cm), or under Quilt Top, unfinished Article of sewing not previously listed Article of sewing by a new exhibitor

Hat Half Apron, practical Baby Bib Child's Hat Pot Holders, pair, useful Pot Holders, pair, decorative Oven Mitts, pair

Special Prize for Most Points in Sewing


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Knitting Prizes in Sections 68 to 70................... $7.00 68. 69. 70.

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$6.00

$5.00

$4.00

$3.00

$3.00

$2.00

Pullover, adult Cardigan, adult Picture Sweater

Prizes in Sections 71 to 94................... $6.00 71. Pullover, lady's, short-sleeved 72. Sweater, lady's, sleeveless 73. Vest, adult 74. Mitts, fancy, lady's 75. Hat and Mitt set, adult 76. Socks, heavy 77. Socks, fine 78. Cardigan, Child's 79. Pullover, Child's 80. Vest, Child's 81. Sweater and bonnet set, up to 2 years 82. Dress, up to 2 years 83. Two-Piece Outfit, child's, any other kind 84. Carriage Cover or Car Seat Cover 85. Doll Outfit, on doll 86. Stuffed Child's Toy 87. Cushion 88. Placemats, 2 89. Hand Towel 90. Pet Coat 91. Christmas Ornaments, 3 92. Any article using novelty yarns 93. Any other article not mentioned 94. Article of knitting by a new exhibitor

Prizes in Sections 95 to 106 .............. $5.00 95. 96. 97. 98. 99. 100. 101. 102. 103. 104.

Neck Warmer Adult Scarf Cowl Headband Pony Tail Hat Man's Toque Mitts, Heavy, man's Adult Text Mitts Hat and Mitt Set, child's Scarf, child's


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Socks, child's Mitts, child's Slippers Dish Cloths, pair. Tea Cozy

Special Prize for Most Points in Knitting Crocheting Mounted Articles must be easy to remove for judging.

Prizes in Sections 107 to 122 ............... $6.00 110. 111. 112. 113. 114. 115. 116. 117. 118. 119. 120. 121. 122. 123. 124. 125.

$3.00

Crib Cover Sweater, adult Sweater, child Vest, adult Vest, child Placemats, 2 Centerpiece, 12" (30 cm) or over, mounted Doily, up to 12" (30 cm), mounted Doll outfit, on doll Stuffed Childs Toy Baby Dress Cushion. Edging for a pair of towels or pillowcases, mounted Christmas Ornaments, 3, on a plate Any article of crocheting not previously mentioned Any article of crocheting by a new exhibitor

Prizes in Sections 123 to 131 ............... $5.00 126. 127. 128. 129. 130. 131. 132. 133. 134.

$4.00

$3.00

$2.00

Hat, Child's Mitts Child's Slippers, adult's Slippers, child's Tea Cozy Snowflakes, 2, different, mounted Dish Cloths, pair Pot Holders, pair Granny Squares, 3, different, not over 6" (15cm)

Special Prize for Most Points in Crocheting Judges Choice Rosette for Needlework Sections 12-131


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Crafts

Director: Lindsay Lawrence, (705)-783-2079 Refer to Rules & Regulations, page 9 and Hall Class Rules, page 19 Note: An Article is one item.

Prizes in Sections 1 to 5....................... $6.00 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Prizes in Sections 6 to 62..................... $5.00 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29.

$5.00

$4.00

Counted Cross-Stitch Picture, some other stitches allowed, framed Needlepoint Picture, framed Covered Album Embroidered Picture, framed Felting

$4.00

$3.00

Draft Stopper Article of plastic canvas, not over 18" (45cm) any direction Child's birthday centerpiece, not over 12" (31 cm) any direction Door Decoration (NOT Christmas), ready to hang, maximum 20" any direction Coasters, 4 Bridal Shower Gift Baby Shower Gift Bazaar Article, not to sell for over $10.00 Small article of wood, handmade, not over 18" (45 cm) any direction Bird House or Bird Feeder, not over 18" (45 cm) any direction Any small article depicting Halloween, not over 18" X 18" (45cm X 45cm) Tole or Folk Art Painted Article, small Hair Accessory Centerpiece using candle(s), not over 12" (31 cm) any direction Jewellery, one piece, mounted or pair Decorated Picture Frame Silk Flower Corsage, NOT Christmas, must include corsage pin Article made from recycled materials Scrapbooking, 1 page Origami Creation Thanksgiving Door Direction, ready to hang, maximum 20" any direction Wind Chimes 'Natural Article', made from mother nature Gift in a jar


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30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45.

Handmade bar of soap Ceramics, one (1) article Treasure Box Dressed Doll, ALL handmade, any media Article of Leather Craft, not over 12" (31 cm) Handmade Greeting Card (not computer made), with envelope Gift Wrapped Box, NOT Christmas, not over 12" (31 cm) Silk Flower Arrangement, not over 12" (31 cm) Gift Bag Easter, any media For My Valentine, any media Pine Cone Creation (other than a wreath) Article using beads Handmade candle, one (1) Any Other Small Craft Article, not previously mentioned Craft Article by a New Exhibitor Note: A ‘New Exhibitor’ can enter in any Class or Section

Creative Christmas Crafts 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54. 55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 60. 61. 62.

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Decorated Basket Centerpiece not over 12" (31cm) high, 8" long Tree Ornaments, 3 different media, handmade, displayed Stocking, ready to hang Corsage, made from artificial materials, with corsage pin Door Decoration (not a wreath), ready to hang Gift-Wrapped Box, not over 12" (31 cm) in any direction Small Handmade Christmas Tree Tree Skirt Wreath, any media, ready to hang Angel, any media Santa, any media Snowman, any media Christmas Apron Christmas Placemats, two Decorated Yule Log, maximum 12", long Any other Christmas Craft not mentioned

Judges Choice Rosette for Crafts Special Prize for Most Points in Crafts


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Photography Director: Ruth Armstrong, (705)-382-3217

Refer to Rules & Regulations, page 9 and Hall Class Rules, page 19 ➢ ➢ ➢ ➢ ➢ ➢

Attach Exhibitors Tag to the Right-Hand Side of the mount. Entries must have been taken by the Exhibitor No frames nor glass allowed No enlargements unless otherwise stated. No Professionals, Please All pictures 4” x 6” Mounted with border

Prizes in Sections 6 to 65 ..................... $4.00 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

$3.00

$2.00

At the Fair Agriculture Spring Echoes of the Past Song Bird(s) All Dressed Up (costume) Song Title, name Peach (colour) Up Close Generations, more than 2 Still Life Patterns Black and White photo Opposites, 2 pictures Exhibitors Choice

Judges Choice Rosette for Photography Special Prize for Most Points in Photography


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Collectables Director: Coral Mason, (705) 382-2946

Refer to Rules & Regulations, page 9 and Hall Class Rules, page 19 ➢ Need not be old ➢ Must be in a container that is not over 12” x 12”.

Prizes ...................................................... $4.00 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12.

$3.00

$2.00

Badges, (3) different Bells (3), different media Arrowheads (3) Frogs (3) different media Small Vases (3) Small Snowmen (3) Small Pill Boxes (3) Small Brass Items (3) Small Snow Globes (3) Small Perfume Bottles (3) Cufflinks 3 Pairs Lapel Pin(s)

Class 29

Antiques

We will take the best possible care to safeguard the articles, but we cannot be responsible for them, or accidents that may happen to them. ➢

Items must be over 50 years’ old Must be in a container, not over 12” x 12”

Prizes ...................................................... $4.00 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Glass Doorknob Butter Pat Plate Hat Pin Potato Masher Small Padlock “Pez” Candy Dispenser Small Magnifying Glass

$3.00

$2.00

8. Cigarette Box 9. Can Opener 10. Celluloid Rolypoly Toy 11. Post Card commemorating any holiday 12. Stove Pipe Flue Cover

Judges Choice Rosette for Antiques and Collectables Special Prize for Most Points in Antiques and Collectibles


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Special Needs

Classes will be subdivided into 3 subsections: ➢ ➢ ➢

Primary Senior Public High School / Adult

Prizes in each Section .......................... $5.00

$4.00

$3.00

Baking 1. 2. 3.

Cookies, any kind, 3 Cupcakes, iced, 3 MEN ONLY, Muffins, any kind, made with a commercial mix

Crafts 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Knitted article Hooked Rug, small Ceramic article Small woodworking article Paint by numbers picture Scrapbook, any style Article made from plastic canvas

Photography Exhibitor must take photos 11. My Pet(s) 12. Our Holiday 13. My Home Flowers 14. Bouquet of flowers from your garden or a friend’s garden, in a vase

Judges Choice Rosette for Special Needs


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Junior Prize List Refer to Rules & Regulations, page 9 and Hall Class Rules, page 19 ➢ All exhibitors must enter according to Grade just completed; Pre-School to Grade 12 inclusive. ➢ All entries must be made on a separate form than the parent. ➢ There is no entry fee for entering Junior Prize Section. ➢ Juniors participating in Adult classes must pay a $4.00 membership fee. ➢ No Names visible on articles unless specified. ➢ All work to be completed by the child. ➢ No computers to be used unless specified. ➢ All articles are to be no larger than 12” x 18” (30.5cm x 45.75cm). ➢ The same exhibit can be shown for two years only.

Class Champion Award Royal Bank Most Points in Junior Section

Arts and Crafts Director: Lindsay Lawrence, (705)-783-2079 Prizes ............................ $3.00

$2.50

$2.00

$1.50

$1.00

Pre-School to Grade 3 Class 31 Arts and Crafts Pre-school 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

Colour your favourite picture Make a Snowflake Decorate a wooden spoon Construct a necklace (e.g. beads, cereal, pasta, etc.) Draw a picture of a farm animal Make an article from play dough Paint a picture of your family Make a picture using a thumbprint Craft article not previously listed (e.g. sewing, needlework, etc.)


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Class 32 Arts and Crafts Jr Kindergarten 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18.

Draw a picture “My Family at the Fair” Collect 12 pretty rocks (local) and display in a decorated egg carton Make a craft article using materials from nature Make a paper bag puppet Paint a rock no bigger than your fist Make a puppet using a disposable cup Make a marshmallow farm animal and name it Melted crayon art on a small canvas (not over 8”x 10”) Craft article not previously listed (e.g. sewing, needlework, etc.)

Class 33 Arts and Crafts Senior Kindergarten 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27.

Make a necklace with a pattern using beads, pasta, etc. Trace your hand, cut out and decorate Make a zoo animal out of play dough or clay Decorate a rock Draw a picture of yourself at the fair Construct a Christmas decoration Paint a picture of 12” x 18” or smaller Construct a tin foil monster with crushed tin foil Craft article not previously listed (e.g. sewing, needlework, etc.)

Class 34 Arts and Crafts Grade 1 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36.

Weave a placemat Make a rock animal no bigger than your fist Construct a pencil holder Make an article from recycled materials Decorate a lunch bag or box Using a paper plate, make an animal face Colour or paint a picture of your family Paint a picture of your favourite thing Craft article not previously listed (e.g. sewing, needlework, etc.)


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Class 35 Arts and Crafts Grade 2 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45.

Construct a boat using a milk carton Create a handmade card for a family member Craft using one or more clothespins Using your hand or foot print to create a picture Make a picture frame Draw or colour a picture of your friends Make a small windchime (judged on creativity) Create a snowman using craft materials Craft article not previously listed (e.g. sewing, needlework, etc.)

Class 36 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54.

Arts and Crafts Grade 3 Make a craft using a mason jar Design a bookmark Construct a birthday card and verse for a friend Make a picture from torn paper Paint a picture using a sponge Construct a Christmas decoration, any media Decorate/paint clay flower pot Create a friendship bracelet Craft article not previously listed (e.g. sewing, needlework, etc.)

Judges Choice Rosette for Pre-School to Grade 3 Special Prize for Most Points in Pre-School to Grade 3

Junior Grades, 4, 5 & 6 Class 37 Arts and Crafts Grade 4 55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 60. 61. 62. 63.

Make a necklace for someone special Construct a puppet using a sock-displayed in a cup Sketch an original pen or pencil picture Design and create an invitation to a birthday party Decorate a treasure box Construct a working windchime (judged on creativity) Draw a picture of your favourite thing Make a fridge magnet Craft article not previously listed (e.g. sewing, needlework, etc.)


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Class 38 64. 65. 66. 67. 68. 69. 70. 71. 72.

76. 77. 78. 79. 80. 81.

Arts and Crafts Grade 5

Make an animal or creature using one or more seashells Draw an original pen/pencil sketch size up to 12” x 18” maximum Make a windsock Make a friendship bracelet Using a computer make and print a greeting card and verse Assemble a First Aid Kit in shoe box, minimum 7 articles Make an article of stained glass art using tissue paper Make an article using recycled materials Craft article not previously listed (e.g. sewing, needlework, etc.)

Class 39 73. 74. 75.

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Arts and Crafts Grade 6

Make and decorate a picture frame Make a craft using crayon art Make a craft using hardware material (e.g. nuts, bolts, screws, etc.) Make a useful article using duct tape Draw a picture using pencil only 5 different leaves mounted and labelled Decorate a t-shirt, cap, or hat Construct a craft using buttons Craft article not previously listed (e.g. sewing, needlework, etc.)

Judges Choice Rosette for Grades 4, 5 and 6 Special Prize for Most Points in Grades 4, 5 and 6

Intermediate – Grades 7 & 8 Class 40 Arts and Crafts Grade 7 82. 83. 84. 85. 86. 87. 88. 89. 90.

Make a craft using old magazines Create and make a card and verse for Dad Decorate a flower pot Make a scrapbook page Decorate any article of clothing Construct a piece of Jewellery Paint a picture of your favourite season Make a key chain Craft article not previously listed (e.g. sewing, needlework, etc.)


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Arts and Crafts Grade 8

Construct a wreath of any media An adult colouring page, coloured Make a thank-you note with a verse Make a piece of string art Make a picture using stipple art Construct a piece of jewellery Make 4 coasters Make a lawn ornament out of a rubber boot Craft article not previously listed (e.g. sewing, needlework, etc.)

Judges Choice Rosette for Grades 7 and 8 Special Prize for Most Points in Grades 7 and 8

Senior – Grades 9 to 12 Class 42 100. 101. 102. 103. 104. 105. 106. 107. 108.

Arts and Crafts Grades 9-12

Make an article of origami Construct a useful article with wood or welding Knit or crochet something for someone special Draw a pencil sketch with stippling Clay Sculpture College art with different mediums Construct a door decoration with articles from nature Construct a musical instrument Craft article not previously listed

Judges Choice Rosette for Grades 9 - 12 Special Prize for Most Points in Grades 9 - 12


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Poster Competition Junior Poster Competition “Original handmade design” Entries include youth up to and including Grade 4

Intermediate Poster Competition “Original handmade design” Entries include youth, Grade 5 to Grade 8 inclusive

Senior Poster Competition “Original handmade design” Entries include youth, Grade 9 to Grade 12 inclusive 1.

“Promoting Your Fair” – Name and date of fair must be clearly shown on poster.

2.

Must be hand drawn.

3.

Poster size: a. Minimum – approximately 22cm X 28cm, without border b. Maximum –approximately 28cm X 44cm, without border

4.

Each entry must be centered on a CARDSTOCK or BRISTOL BOARD exposing approximately a 5.5cm border on all four sides.

5.

Name of fair, District Number, contact person, owner of poster, complete mailing address must be clearly labeled on the back of each entry.

Special Prize: $5.00 for each group (Junior, Intermediate, and Senior)


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Junior Baking

Paper cups accepted for Muffins. Small or plastic plates for display of baking in a zip-lock bag

Prizes in Sections 1 to 15 .... $3.00 $2.50 $2.00 $1.50 $1.00 Primary – Kindergarten to Grade 1 1. 2. 3.

Decorate a 3" X 5" Rice Krispie Square with any edible product Haystacks, 3 Decorate a bagel

Grades 2 & 3 4. 5. 6.

Cupcakes, 3, Decorated Cookies, 3, any kind, named Using waffle ice cream cone, create a Christmas tree, decorate with edible items

Grades 4, 5 & 6 7. 8. 9.

Muffins, 3, any kind, named Monster cookies Nutritious snack, 2 items)

Grades 7 & 8 10. 1 slice of Brownie Pizza 11. Flowerpot Bread 12. Cheese Tea Biscuits, 3,

Grades 9 -12 13. Butter tarts 3, with raisins 14. Small Apple Pie, No larger than 6” 15. Jam or Jelly, Named

Judges Choice Rosette for Junior Baking


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Prizes for Sections 16, 18 and 20 ........ $3.50

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$2.50

$1.50

Prizes for Sections 17, 19 and 21 ........ $10.00 $6.00

$4.00

Junior Kindergarten – Grade 3 16. A snack for Santa and Rudolph 17. Rice Krispies Flower, maximum 10"

Grades 4 – 8 18. One really BIG cookie, decorated Rice Krispies person, selfie, maximum 10”

Grades 9 - 12 19. Rice Krispie Barn, Maximum 10” 20. One really BIG cookie, decorated

District Chocolate Chip Cookie Special Open to the age of 15 as of December 31, of the current year Junior Baking Special Prize - $ 5.00 District entry must consist of (eight) 8 cookies displayed on a firm, disposable plate. Plain chocolate chip cookies, with no nuts, Must be no larger than 3" (6.75 cm) and no smaller than 2" (5 cm). Winning Entry goes to District Competition


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Junior Floral Arrangements

Open Class – Any age unless specified

Prizes for Sections 1 to 9 ........ $3.00 $2.50 $2.00 $1.50 $1.00 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Petunias, single, 5 stems Nasturtiums, single, 5 blooms Asters, 5 blooms Marigolds, small, 5 stems Bouquet of Pansies Bouquet of Sweet Peas Bouquet of two (2) different colour flowers, maximum 12" Bouquet of wildflowers in a vase, maximum 18" (pre-school to grade 3) 9. An arrangement of wildflowers in a decorated jar, maximum 18"

Judges Choice Rosette for Junior Floral Arrangements

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Junior Photography

Attach exhibitors tag to right-hand side of the mount The child must take the picture Only one entry in each section No frames or glass allowed No enlargements unless stated All pictures to be 4” x 6” mounted with 1” border

Prizes in Sections 1 to 10 .... $3.00 $2.50 $2.00 $1.50 $1.00 Juniors up to 8 years 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Pet(s) Summer Fun Flower Red Toy

Juniors 9 -18 years 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

Fence Reflection Bird Along the Trail Red

Judges Choice Rosette for Junior Photography


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Junior Roots, Fruits, & Hoed Crops Director: Dawn Corless (705)-224-3657 email: zakshockey@msn.com

Prizes ........................... $3.00

$2.50

$2.00

$1.50

$1.00

Open Class – Any age unless specified 1. Beets, 3 2. Carrots, 3 3. Green Tomatoes, stems attached, 3 4. Cucumbers, any variety, 2 5. Most unusually shaped vegetable 6. Create a vegetable critter with edible materials (Pre-kindergarten to grade 3) 7. Create a vegetable critter with edible materials (Grades 4 and up)

Vegetable Display Prizes ........................... $3.50

$3.00

$2.50

$2.00

$1.50

8. Six to eight vegetables on a tray not over 8" X 12" (20cm X 30.5cm) Arrangement of display and educational value of labels to be considered

Judges Choice Rosette for Junior Roots, Fruits & Hoed Crops

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Junior Poultry and Animals

Prizes ........................... $3.00 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Large chicken cock standard Large chicken hen standard Large chicken cockerel - standard Large chicken pullet – standard Small chicken cock bantam Small chicken hen bantam

$2.50

$2.00 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17.

$1.50

$1.00

Small chicken cockerel bantam Small chicken pullet bantam Best duck Best turkey Best goose Best pigeon Best Guinea pig Best multi-coloured rabbit Longest eared rabbit Oldest rabbit Doe rabbit with litter


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Sparks, Brownies, Guides, and Pathfinders Leaders Sparks (Ages 5 to 6)

Jenn Talbot 519-831-1079 Brownies (Ages 7 to 8)

Kim Milburn 249-995-0171 Guides (Ages 9 to 12)

Jennifer Taylor - (705) 783 7033 Pathfinders (Ages 13 to 15) For more information regarding Sparks, Brownies, Guides, and Pathfinders In Burk’s Falls and area Please call 1-877-323-4545 Ext. 7333 Looking for Volunteer Leaders for Guides and Pathfinders

Beavers, Cubs, Scouts, and Ventures Anyone wishing information on joining any of these groups, please contact the respective leaders listed below Leaders Beaver Scouts (Age 5 to 7) Cub Scouts (Ages 8 to 10) Cathy Snell (705)-382-5634 Scouts & Ventures (Ages 11 to 17) Doug Brown (705)-783-8916 Looking for Volunteer Leaders for all age groups.


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Class 48 Sparks, Brownies, Guides, Pathfinders Prizes ............................ $3.00 $2.50 $2.00 $1.50 $1.00 Exhibitors must be a registered member of these groups Burk’s Falls Sparks 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Make a Christmas decoration Glue pictures of food to a disposable plate to show a healthy lunch Create a craft using items found in nature Make an ad promoting Sparks Make a craft using recycled materials

Burks’s Falls Brownies 6. Make a Christmas Decoration 7. Create a healthy snack using clay 8. Create a craft using knots 9. Create an invitation to a Guiding event 10. Make a puppet out of a sock

Burk’s Falls Guides 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

Make a Christmas decoration Create a poster promoting healthy minds Create a craft using knots Draw or paint your favourite memory from Guiding Create a sit upon for camp

Burk’s Falls Pathfinders 16. Using cord, make five knots, and display them on a piece of heavy cardboard and name them 17. Create a 3D (three-dimensional) soap sculpture 18. Draw or make plaster casts of animal tracks name them 19. Put together a first aid kit that you would take on a hiking trip 20. Choose a Waggs World Centre and create a poster advertising it


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Beaver Scouts, Cub Scouts, Scouts and

Prizes ........................... $3.00

$2.50

$2.00

$1.50

$1.00

Beaver Scouts 1. 2. 3. 4.

Print the 'promise', maximum 12" X 8" (30.5cm X 22.9cm) Make a nature collage, maximum 12" X 18" (30.5cm X 45.75cm) Make a clothespin craft Make a poster “what beavers mean to me” maximum 12" X 18" (30.5cm X 45.75 cm)

Cub Scouts 5. 6. 7. 8.

Make a woodworking project, maximum 12" X 24" (30.5cm X 61cm) Design a crest for a club camp, maximum 3" X 4" (7.5cm X 12cm) Make a family safety poster, maximum 12" X 18" (30.5cm X 45.75cm) Draw a picture, any media, 12" X 18" (30.5cm X 45.75cm)

Scouts and Ventures 9. 10. 11. 12. 13.

Eight knots, named, mounted, maximum 12" X 18" (30.5cm X 45.75cm) Make a canoe paddle Display and identify 20 leaves and/or boughs, mounted, maximum 12" X 18" Finished natural cane or walking stick Make a first aid survival kit, maximum 10" (25cm)


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Specials Index:

Bernardin Best of Show Award .................................................................................34 Gift Pack Competition ...............................................................................34 Jam/Jelly Award .......................................................................................34 SNAP Lid/Mason Jar Creative ..................................................................34 Best Horsemanship on the Grounds ........................................................12 Crisco Family Favourite Recipe ...........................................................................32 Judges Choice Rosette Antiques and Collectables ........................................................................44 Canned & Preserved Products .................................................................34 Crafts ........................................................................................................42 Flowers & Plants ......................................................................................27 Home Craft ...............................................................................................31 Junior Arts & Crafts Grades 4, 5 and 6 .....................................................49 Junior Arts & Crafts Grades 7 & 8 ............................................................50 Junior Arts & Crafts Grades 9 - 12 ...........................................................50 Junior Arts & Crafts Pre-School to Grade 3 ..............................................48 Junior Baking............................................................................................52 Junior Floral Arrangements ......................................................................54 Junior Photography ..................................................................................54 Needlework, Sections 12-131...................................................................40 Photography .............................................................................................43 Potatoes and Vegetables, Fruits and Field Crops ....................................23 Poultry, Turkeys & Waterfowl ...................................................................18 Quilts ........................................................................................................36 Roots, Fruits & Hoed Crops......................................................................55 Senior Floral Arrangements......................................................................28 Special Needs ..........................................................................................45 OAAS Butter Tarts...............................................................................................31 Chocolate Chip Cookie .............................................................................53 Hand Quilted Quilt ....................................................................................37 Junior Poster Competition ........................................................................51 Machine Quilted Quilt ...............................................................................37 Poster Competition - Intermediate ............................................................51 Poster Competition - Junior ......................................................................51 Poster Competition - Senior .....................................................................51 Robin Hood


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Family Best Lunchbox Snack ................................................................... 32 Family Favourite Recipe Baking............................................................... 32 Special Prize for Most Points Antiques and Collectables ........................................................................ 44 Canned & Preserved Products ................................................................. 34 Crafts ....................................................................................................... 42 Crocheting ................................................................................................ 40 Flower Arrangement................................................................................. 28 Flowers & Plants ...................................................................................... 27 Home Craft ............................................................................................... 31 Junior Arts & Crafts Grades 7 and 8 ........................................................ 50 Junior Arts & Crafts Grades 9 -12 ............................................................ 50 Junior Arts & Crafts Pre-School to Grade 3 ............................................. 48 Junior Arts & Crafts, Grades 4, 5 & 6 ....................................................... 49 Junior Section, Class Champion Award - Royal Bank.............................. 46 Knitting ..................................................................................................... 40 Needlework, Sections 11-32 .................................................................... 36 Photography ............................................................................................. 43 Sewing ..................................................................................................... 38 Vegetables, Fruits & Field Crops.............................................................. 23

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