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The 69th Annual Lakes District

Fall Fair & Music Festival

September 7th, 8th & 9th, 2012

“It’s A Family A-Fair”


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The 69th Annual Lakes District Fall Fair ~ September 7th, 8th & 9th, 2012

President’s Message Howdy friends and neighbours!

to have many surprises for the public.

2012 is upon us, and another Fall Fair. September 7th, 8th, 9th are the dates, and boy do we have a show for you!

Look for Mr. Lego Man, and his outstanding collection of approx. one million pieces, and the kid’s wood construction tent.

Those of you who attended in 2011 found out what a great Fair this hard working committee can put on in the Lakes District. All events last year will take place again except for the Barnyard Olympics. We would like to thank Derek Feldmann for his past efforts of work, and sponsorship to the Olympics over the years.

There’s a great line up of entertainment, the Children’s Festival, Commercial Booths, food vendors along with the Roast Beef Dinner Saturday night.

Richard Cannon

So mark this fair in your calendar, and plan to attend. I can guarantee you won’t be disappointed! Richard Cannon President Lakes District Fall Fair Association

The Horse people have come together and plan

Lakes District Fair Association

Officers and Directors

OFFICERS

DIRECTORS

President Richard Cannon ...... 250-699-8697 Vice President Tom Shelford ... 250-695-6327 Secretary Kathy Walker .......... 250-695-6653 Treasurer Karen Hutton........... 250-692-7281

Bernadette Peebles................. 250-695-6594 Shelley Wall............................. 250-692-7825 Gordon McFee ........................ 250-695-6381 Joan McFee ............................ 250-695-6381 Bill Allen .................................. 250-692-7738

Lakes District Fair Association P.O. Box 304, Francois Lake BC V0J 1R0

GOOD LUCK

to all exhibitors at this year’s Fall Fair! Burns Lake & District Chamber of Commerce 540 Highway 16 W, P.O. Box 339, Burns Lake, BC V0J 1E0 • Fax 250-692-3701

Phone: 250-692-3773 • www.burnslakechamber.com


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Agriculture Is Our Fair

The agriculture industry in this province and throughout the world is an industry that is changing on a daily basis. Somebody somewhere has developed something new or made a modification to some agricultural implement probably as you are reading this. When you drive around the country

and see all the farm machinery, keep in mind that it may have just been some farmer who wanted a better way to do it that developed that machine or maybe the major components of it. The guiding principles of our fair are to give local exhibitors a way of promoting agriculture through its products, its lifestyle and to educate the public about agriculture. You will notice that there are a variety of exhibits at our local fair. Fair exhibits are used to display both the direct products from agriculture as well as some of the spin off products used in the arts and crafts section. The fair serves to remind the exhibitors and the spectators that “without agriculture there is no culture”.

WELCOME EVERYONE TO THE FALL FAIR!

& Good Luck to all Exhibitors!! BURNS LAKE AUTOMOTIVE & INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY LTD. Two locations to serve you...

93 Francois Lake Drive, Burns Lake: 250-692-7565 • Hwy 10, Fraser Lake: 250-699-8990

FOR ALL YOUR AUTO, INDUSTRIAL, JANITOR, AND SAFETY WEAR NEEDS


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Table of Contents Presidents Message .............................. Page 2

Division XVI Children’s Exhibits ...... Page 24-25

List of Officers........................................ Page 2

Ages 5 and under .......................... Page 24

Agriculture is Our Fair ............................ Page 3

Ages 6 and 7 ................................. Page 24

Table of Contents ................................... Page 4

Ages 8 to 10 .................................. Page 24

Hints for Exhibitors................................. Page 5

Ages 11 to 13................................ Page 25

Entertainment ........................................ Page 5

Ages 14 thru 16 ............................ Page 25

Gate Fees ............................................... Page 6

Division XVII Lego Construction............ Page 26

Thank You .............................................. Page 7

Jackpot Barrel Race............................. Page 26

Special Prizes and Trophies ................... Page 8

Gymkhana Entry Form ......................... Page 27

General Rules and Regulations .............. Page 9

Stall Rental Form ................................. Page 28

Community Family Competition ........... Page 10

Small Animal Barn Rental Form ........... Page 29

Division I Cattle and Horses ........... Page 10-13

Livestock Entry Form ........................... Page 30

Division II Goat, Sheep & Swine ........... Page 13

General Exhibit Entry Form .................. Page 31

Division III Rabbits & Poultry ................ Page 14 Division IV Grain, Hay & Seed............... Page 14 Division V Vegetables ........................... Page 15 Division VI Fruit .................................... Page 15 Division VII Farm and Home Produce ... Page 15 Division VIII Canning and Preserving .... Page 18 Division IX Wine and Beer .................... Page 18 Division X Flowers and Plants .............. Page 19 Division XI Home Cooking .................... Page 20 Division XII Needlework ................. Page 20-21 Division XIII Handicrafts ....................... Page 22 Division XIV Art ............................... Page 22-23 Division XV Photography ...................... Page 23

Have Fun at the Lakes District Fall Fair! There’s always something for everyone! Box 597, 321 Highway 16, Burns Lake, BC V0J 1E0 Phone: 250-692-7595 • Fax: 250-692-3872 email: mcphail@mcphailcga.com Certified General Accountant

www.mcphailcga.com


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Hints For Exhibitors

FIRST AND FOREMOST BE A GOOD EXHIBITOR BY BEING A GOOD SPORTSMAN: Be on time with your exhibits. Late openings are viewed as a management problem when in fact it may relate to late exhibits. Follow the schedule explicitly. If rules or schedules are not clear, obtain clarification before, not after, judging. Do not blame the show committee if they fail to bring to your attention that you have entered incorrectly. This is your responsibility. Label entries with the correct variety name, or identification such as early or late, even if the schedule doesn’t request it. This adds to the educational value of the fair.

disqualified through error, the exhibitor is entitled to a refund of the entry fee. Exhibitors note that Divisions I through IX presently qualify for the Provincial Grant. To qualify for even the minimum grant these divisions must have 15 exhibitors and pay out $500.00 in prize money. Balance of divisions offered are not recognized classes and are funded by the local fair board and the donation of special prizes. Help us to continue to offer the variety of classes that appeal to all by entering at least one (1) of the above divisions. The Lakes District Fair Association thanks you for your assistance.

*Note: The Lakes District Fair Association follows the British Columbia Association of Agricultural Fairs and Competent people familiar with that division Exhibitions Judging Standards. Copies will do the judging. If through some fault of the may be ordered directly from BC Fairs. show committee an entry is left, missed, or is

Things to look for at this year’s Fall Fair • Stage Entertainment

• Teen Fun & Games

• Stock Dog Competition

• Business Competitions

• Logger’s Sports

• Livestock Show

• Friday Fall Fair Idol

• Gymkhana

• Petting Zoo

• Stall Decorating Contest

• Children’s Festival

• Pancake Breakfast

• Light Horse Showhosted by the Northern B.C. Quarter Horse Association

• Saturday Family Dance

• AND MUCH, MUCH MORE!!

• Team Penning • Heavy Horse Pull

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Have fun at the Fall Fair this year! We’re a proud sponsor of the Lakes District Fall Fair... Annually support the children’s festival with $500 & supporting the Stock dog competition with $500 COMMITTED TO THE COMMUNITY... BVCU contributes over $250,000 annually into the four communities it serves.


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Gate Fees for 2012 ...................................... ADULT ........SENIOR ........ CHILD (6-12) Friday ............................ $5.00..........$4.00 ........... $2.00 Saturday ........................ $8.00..........$7.00 ........... $5.00 Sunday .......................... $7.00..........$6.00 ........... $4.00 Weekend Pass ............... $15.00........$13.00 ......... $9.00 Family 1-Day Pass ............................................... $20.00 Family Weekend .................................................. $40.00 Weekend Camping ............................................... $10.00 Livestock/Exhibit Hall Adult Exhibitor weekend pass ..................................................... $10.00 (to be included with entry form)

See you there! This Fall Fair Prize Book is made possible through advertising from the following local businesses... M. McPhail & Associates Inc. TireTech Auto Centre Homeside Antiques Burns Lake Flowers For All Occasions Village of Burns Lake Lino’s Sales & Service Burns Lake & District Chamber of Commerce P&B Feeds ‘n’ Needs The Comfort Zone/Flying Dutchman Service KFC Lakes District Maintenance Pharmasave Bulkley Valley Credit Union College of New Caledonia

Kal Tire Lakes District Arts Council A&W Restaurant Lakes District News Burns Lake Community Forest Lakeview Dental Centre Burns Lake Automotive Blue Zone Clothing Napa Auto Parts/Polar Park Tech North Solutions Process 4 circle arts Gallery Burns Lake Veterinary Clinic Home Hardware Gone Hollywood Video

The Fall Fair Book is a Lakes District News/Black Press publication

Fun for Everyone...

Enjoy the weekend at the Fall Fair!! LAKES DISTRICT

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We’re proud to support the Annual Lakes District Fall Fair & Music Festival!


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Thank you!!

A GREAT BIG THANK YOU TO OUR CONTRIBUTORS... WE APPRECIATE THE FINANCIAL SUPPORT OF THE PROVINCE OF B.C. – Gaming Policy and Enforcement Branch

DIAMOND ($1000 or more)

GOLD ($200-$500) Woodmere Nursery Ltd. Radley Contracting Inc. DWB Consulting Services Ltd. Triantha Enterprises XBar Simmentals Crosby Angus Pineridge Holdings Northland Dodge

(BURNS LAKE DIVISION)

FRASER LAKE SAWMILL A Division of West Fraser Mills Ltd.

SILVER Έ$100ͳ$200Ή Castle Building (Bulkley Valley Home Centre) Tweedsmuir Trucking Glen Dale Agra Services L.B. Paving Noble Tractor & Equipment Lakes District Maintenance Vanderhoof & District Co-Op Association Cariboo Chrome & Hydraulics Ltd. B.C. Livestock Producers

Co-Op Association Westline Ford Ltd. Sullivan Motor Products Lino’s Sales Gina & Tony Strimbold Tahtsa Timber Beaver Point Resort Concrete Man Pluto Autobody P & B Feeds Grapevine Pub

BRONZE PLATINUM ($500-$1000)

Grassland Equipment Smither’s Sausage Factory Ltd. Tiretech Auto Centre Huber Farm Equipment Village Insurance Services Ltd.

Burns Lake Veterinary Clinic Ltd. All West Glass George Hamp Burns Lake Automotive (list current as to date of submission to printer’s)

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Awards and Trophies SPECIAL HIGH POINT EXHIBITOR DIVISIONS I – VIII $50.00

TROPHIES DIVISION I CATTLE & HORSES Grand Champion Beef Female Grand Champion Beef Male Grand Champion Pony Grand Champion Horse DIVISION II GOATS, SHEEP & SWINE Grand Champion Goat Grand Champion Ewe Grand Champion Ram Grand Champion Swine DIVISION III RABBITS & POULTRY Grand Champion Rabbit Grand Champion Poultry HIGH POINT PRIZES DIVISION IV GRAIN, HAY & SEED High Point Competitor - $20.00 DIVISION V VEGETABLES High Point Competitor - $20.00 DIVISION VI FRUIT High Point Competitor - $20.00 DIVISION VII FARM AND HOME PRODUCE High Point Competitor - $20.00 DIVISION VIII CANNING AND PRESERVING High Point Fruits - $20.00 High Point Pickles/Vegetables $20.00 High Point Jams and Jelly - $20.00 High Point Miscellaneous Canned Goods - $20.00

DIVISION XV PHOTOGRAPHY High Point Junior 16 and under $20.00 DIVISION IX WINE AND BEER Black and White High Point High Point Wine - $20.00 Competitor - $20.00 High Point Beer - $20.00 Colour High Point Competitor High Point in Division IX - $20.00 $20.00 DIVISION X FLOWERS AND PLANTS Framed Print High Point Competitor - $20.00 High Point in Division X - $20.00 Best Photo in Show - $20.00 High Point House Plants - $20.00 DIVISION XVI CHILDREN’S High Point Cut Flowers - $20.00 EXHIBITS High Point Floral Art - $20.00 High Point Competitor, age 5 and DIVISION XI HOME COOKING under High Point Bread - $20.00 High Point Competitor, age 6 and 7 High Point Cakes - $20.00 High Point Competitor, age 8 to 10 High Point Pies - $20.00 High Point Competitor, age 11 to 13 High Point Cookies, Squares & Bars High Point Competitor, age 14 to 16 - $20.00 Junior Overall High Point Runner up Junior Overall High Point DIVISION XII NEEDLEWORK High Point Community Family High Point Knitting - $20.00 $50.00 High Point Crocheting - $20.00 Runner Up Community Family High Point Embroidery - $20.00 $20.00 High Point Sewing - $20.00 Individual High Point - $20.00 High Point Quilting - $20.00 Runner Up Individual High Point DIVISION XIII HANDICRAFTS OPEN $15.00 High Point Agriculture Family High Point Competitor - $20.00 $50.00 Outstanding Handicraft Entry High Point Agriculture Individual $15.00 $20.00 High Point Poetry - $20.00 High Point Short Stories - $20.00 THANK YOU TO ALL DIVISION XIV ART High Point Competitor - $20.00

SPONSORS.

Would you like to sponsor a division or class? Contact Shelley Wall at 250-692-7825 for details.

Have a barrel of fun at this year’s

Fall Fair...

Then stop by and see us for a barrel of chicken! Open 7 Days a Week 11:00am - 9:00pm Highway 16, Burns Lake • 250-692-3020


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Rules and Regulations

1.

Prize competitions open to anyone paying entry fees and meeting rules, with the exception of Division Chairperson. 2. Specified fees to accompany completed entry forms, postmarked on or before entry deadline of August 31, 2012, to Shelley Wall, Entry Secretary, Box 277, Burns Lake, British Columbia, V0J 1E0. Late entries accepted at discretion of Entry Secretary only (phone 250-692-7825). Exhibitor passes to be purchased at time of exhibit entry. 3. Exhibits left at owner’s risk. The Fair Association is not responsible for exhibits; however, reasonable care is exercised (i.e. claim checks). 4. The Fair Association reserves the right to refuse incorrectly entered articles. 5. The judge’s decision is final. 6. Exhibitors are responsible for any personal injuries while exhibiting. 7. A “For Sale” sign may be put on any article after judging is completed and prizes awarded. 8. The Lakes District Fair Association reserves the right to substitute merchandise for cash prizes when the value exceeds five dollars. 9. An exhibit will not be identified any other way than the official entry tag. 10. An item not enumerated in the prize booklet may be entered “for exhibit only”. It is not eligible for a prize unless three like items are entered and a class is created. 11. All exhibits must be made or grown by the exhibitor and not previously entered for competition in the Fair with the exception of Divisions I, II, III and X. 12. All entries are to be entered on the official entry forms. Should the form not be long enough for all your entries, additional plain sheets may be used to list the rest of your entries. 13. Livestock and houseplants must be entered in the name of the owner. Livestock is to have been in the owner’s possession for a minimum of one month, plants for three months. 14. (a) All exhibits are to be in the Exhibit Hall and ready for display at the Eagle Creek Fair Grounds between

8:30 am - 12:00 pm on Friday, September 7, 2012. Judging will commence at 1:00 pm sharp.. 14. (b) All livestock exhibits are to be on the grounds by 8:00 am, Saturday, September 8, 2012 (Friday arrivals are encouraged – no later than 9:00 pm). Judging will commence at 10:00 am sharp. 15. (a) No exhibits are to be removed from the Exhibit Hall without prior permission from the Exhibit Hall Coordinator/designate prior to 3:00 pm Sunday, September 9, 2012. 15. (b) No livestock is to be removed from the grounds without prior permission from the Livestock Chairperson/ designate prior to 3:00 pm Sunday, September 9, 2012. 16. Adult exhibitor weekend pass fee may be included with entry fee (see entry form). 17. Exhibits are to conform to the description in the prize book (i.e. Numbers, quantity etc.). Flowers, vegetables and plants are to include the variety name or identification, such as early, or the entry will be disqualified. 18. One entry per class, per exhibitor (i.e. individual or farm) with the exception of livestock or “any other” categories or multiple flower classes are allowed as long as they do not duplicate one another and are not listed in the prize book. There shall be no more than one first, one second and one third ribbon given per class. 20. All entries are judged by the British Columbia Association of Agricultural Fairs and Exhibitions Judging Standards. 21. Basis for awarding special prizes: Points are: 3 for first, 2 for second and 1 for third. Exceptions are livestock, 4-H and individual specials. 22. Please send all entry forms AS EARLY AS POSSIBLE and before the deadline of August 31, 2012, to Shelley Wall, Box 277, Burns Lake, British Columbia, V0J 1E0 (250-692-7825). 23. Exhibitors must have claim checks to collect their exhibits. 24. Trophies and special prizes will be handed out at the fair, September 9, 2012; all other prize money will be handed out or mailed by the end of September.

Good Luck to all exhibitors at this years Fall Fair!! The Comfort Zone Flying Dutchman Service Efficient and clean burning natural gas, propane, wood, pellet or electric stoves and fireplaces. 101-1st Avenue, Burns Lake

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Community Family Competition 1. A community family must have at least two members in five categories. 2. Winner is the family attaining the highest number of points in the fair. 3. Competition is not restricted to farm families. Any community family is eligible. 4. Exhibits in all areas with the exception of sports, 4-H and novelty events are eligible to be credited to the family unit. 5. Family unit includes the head of the household plus dependants, which may include all family members residing in the home as a unit. 6. Agriculture family or individual must enter in at least two of five categories. (I, II, III, IV & VII)

HIGH POINT COMMUNITY FAMILY AWARD INDIVIDUAL OVER-ALL HIGH POINT AWARD Winning individual must have entered in at least three divisions. The individual (Junior or Senior) attaining the highest number of points in the Fair will be the winner. All divisions in the fair with the exception of 4-H, novelty events and sports will be credited to the individual.

Division I Cattle and Horses General Rules: 1. Owners are responsible for feeding and watering livestock. 2. Animals are to be free of infectious or contagious disease and untranquilized. 3. Division I animals are to be shown at halter with the exception of “pens”. 4. Stallions and bulls are to be handled by adults and under control. Bulls over two years must be shown with a nose leader (ring). 5. Purebred animals to be entered in the name of the owner, any handler. 6. Purebred animal’s name, age and registration number to be shown on the entry form. Current year animals need not be registered but proof of application should be available.

7. An animal must be owned or leased by the exhibitor for at least one month. 8. Exhibitors are allowed unlimited entries in each class. 9. All livestock are to be on the fairgrounds by 8:00 am Saturday, September 8, 2012 (Friday arrivals are encouraged – no later than 9:00 p.m.). Judging will commence at 10:00 am sharp! 10. Ponies to be measured if requested. Ponies must be under 14.2 hands high. 11. All livestock exhibitors are required to clean their stalls and/or pens before leaving the grounds. Please dispose of all residues in designated areas only.

Have Fun at this year’s

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Division I Cattle and Horses cont. CATTLE Chairperson Gordon McFee- 695-6381 Entry per class - $15.00 (non-refundable) Prizes 1st $70.00 2nd $50.00 3rd $40.00 4th $30.00 5th $25.00

All animals exhibited in registered Breed Classes MUST be legibly tattooed. Clean ears so tattoos are readable. All animals must have CCIA tags. The original Certificate of Registration must be produced if requested by the Committee.

Entry fees and photocopy of registration papers or proof of registration is to accompany the entry form.

Livestock Exhibitors WILL BE REQUIRED to place their names and addresses over their exhibits in the stock barns. They are also encouraged to include promotional, advertising, and educational information. THIS RULE ALSO APPLIES TO ALL ENTRIES IN COMMERCIAL CATTLE

Entry Deadline: August 31, 2012

All animals must be under proper control at all times.

SPECIAL RULES:

All animals exhibited shall be free from contagious or infectious diseases. The Committee reserves the right to have any animal inspected by a veterinarian. The Committee may order the removal from the grounds or isolation of any animal considered by the veterinarian to be contagious or infectious.

Entry Info Shelley Wall 250-692-7825 Judge Keith Altweiser; Lumby, B.C.

Cattle must be in the barn on Friday, September 7, 2012. Weigh in on Friday. Cattle exhibited cannot be removed until 3:00 p.m. Sunday, September 9, 2012. For a breed to be eligible to be shown on its own 2 exhibitors and 4 head is required. To be eligible for full prize money there must be 2 entries in a class. Half prize money will be paid for classes of less than 2 entries. Classes may be split at the discretion of the fair when the number of exhibits exceeds 15. The 5 top animals in each split class will be blended for final placing in any given class. Prize money paid on final class. **Classes 205&206 Female with calf at foot must be shown with calf in all classes, calf may be shown on its own in other classes. All animals exhibited in the classes of registered livestock must be registered in the name of the exhibitor. The animal’s name, age and registration number must be given on the entry form. The said owner is to have been in possession of same animal at least one month prior to the date of entry.

All bulls over one year of age must be handled with nose ring or humbug at all times. All cattle stalled are to be shown or judged. No nurse cows. All cattle tied in stalls must also be tied with a safety rope. Exhibitor numbers must be worn in the show ring. Only the chairperson in charge of the barn will allocate stall space. Exhibitors to abide by barn rules. POINTS: 1st 5- 2nd 4- 3rd 3- 4th 2- 5th 1 Classes paying prize money qualify for points with the exception of Breeder’s herd. The class will be used in case of a tie.

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Phone: 250-692-FARM (3276)

Located beside Sunshine Inn at the west end of town


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Division I Cattle and Horses cont. SECTION A - REGISTERED BEEF CATTLE CLASS 299 Fitting and Showmanship Ribbons, no entry fee REGULAR CLASSES (CLASSES BY BREED OR AOB) CLASS 200 Bull, calf Born 2012 201 Bull, yearling born 2011 JUNIOR CHAMPION BULL/JUNIOR RESERVE CHAMPION BULL-RIBBONS 202 Bull, born 2010 or earlier SENIOR CHAMPION BULL/RESERVE CHAMPION BULL-RIBBONS GRAND CHAMPION BULL/RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION BULL-RIBBONS 203 Female, calf Born 2012 204 Female, Yearling Born 2011 JUNIOR CHAMPION FEMALE/JUNIOR RESERVE CHAMPION FEMALE-RIBBONS 205 Female, born 2010 with 2012 calf at foot 206 Female, born prior to 2010 with calf at foot. SENIOR CHAMPION FEMALE/SENIOR RESERVE CHAMPION FEMALE-RIBBONS GRAND CHAMPION FEMALE/RESERVE CHAMPION FEMALE-RIBBONS 207 Breeder’s Herd Group of 4, both sexes represented. Registration certificate must show animals to be bred by Exhibitor and at least one animal being owned by Exhibitor. Each animal must have been exhibited in at least one of the above classes. 208 Get of Sire (3 animals both sexes represented) Ribbons, no entry fee. 209 Progeny of Dam born and raised (2 animals any sex) Ribbons, no entry fee.

SECTION B - COMMERCIAL BEEF CATTLE NB: Animals must not have been shown in previous registered classes. (Section One) CLASS 221 Replacement Female. Heifer born January 1-December 31, 2010. To be judged as a potential dam of a beef carcass. Not to be judged as a carcass animal herself. (Commercial cattle only-not open to 4-H projects) 222 Productive Female. Any age with her own 2012 calf at foot. Cow and calf judged as a 50/50 unit. If cow is 36 months or younger, a 10 percent allowance will be granted in her favour. She is not judged as a carcass animal herself (Commercial cattle only –not open to current year 4-H project) 223 Market Class. Open to steers. Steers must be born in 2011. Weight/day of age to account for 25 percent of appraisal and market animal to be judged as immediate butcher animals. Entry fee: $5.00 • Prizes; 1st -$30.00 2nd $20.00 3rd $10.00 PRIZES WILL AWARDED:

SUPREME CHAMPION BULL OF THE SHOW RESERVE CHAMPION BULL OF THE SHOW SUPREME CHAMPION FEMALE OF THE SHOW RESERVE CHAMPION FEMALE OF THE SHOW PRODUCTIVE FEMALE (COMMERCIAL CATTLE) REPLACEMENT FEMALE (COMMERCIAL CATTLE) PREMIER EXHIBITOR PREMIER BREEDER

SECTION C - (OPEN CLASS) NON-REGISTERED CATTLE Entry fee $3.00 • Prize Money $15.00, $10.00 and $7.00 BSG1 Heifer Calf (under 1 year) BSG2 Heifer Yearling (under 2 years) BSG3 Female (between 2-3 – milking or dry) BSG4 Cow/Calf pair BSG5 Steer Yearling (under 2 years) BSG6 Bull Calf (under 1 year) BSG7 Bull Yearling (under 2 years) BSG8 Pen of 3 Heifers BSG9 Pen of 3 Steers Classes BSG1 through BSG4: Female beef animal – Champion and reserve Classes BSG5 through BSG7: Beef bull – Champion and reserve. GRAND CHAMPION BEEF ANIMAL Trophy and Rosette RESERVE CHAMPION BEEF ANIMAL Rosette

SECTION D – HORSE Chairperson Tom Shelford- 695-6327 Entry fee $3.00 • Prize Money $15.00, $10.00 and $7.00 GRADE PONY: P1 Foal or Yearling P2 Mare P3 Gelding REGISTERED PONY: P4 Foal or Yearling P5 Mare P6 Gelding P7 Stallion PONY REGISTERED OR GRADE Grand Champion Trophy and Rosette PONY REGISTERED OR GRADE Reserve Champion Rosette GRADE HORSE: H1 Foal or Yearling H2 Mare H3 Gelding REGISTERED HORSE H4 Foal or Yearling H5 Mare H6 Gelding H7 Stallion HORSE REGISTERED OR GRADE Grand Champion Trophy and Rosette HORSE REGISTERED OR GRADE Reserve Champion Rosette

Have fun at the Fall Fair! k Good Luc e h t ll to a s! exhibitor

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744 Centre St., Burns Lake • 250-692-7791 • (888) 629-3996


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Division IA

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Welcome to the Draft Horse Show

Chairperson: Gordon McFee- 695-6381 Heavy Horse Pull- contact Ken Rose- 694-3500

Rules 1. Exhibitors are reminded that the public have access to the barn and stall areas, therefore safety must be uppermost in our minds to prevent accident or injury to humans or stock. 2. Movement of horses around the grounds must only be at a walk. 3. For safety reasons, hitching of teams must be in arena only.

Registered or Grade on halter DH1 – Foal, 2012 DH2 – Filly, 2010 or 2011 DH3 – Colt, 2010 or 2011 DH4 – Mare DH5 – Gelding DH6 - Stallion

Division II Goat, Sheep and Swine Entry Fee $1.00 • Prize money $5.00, $3.00 and $2.00 Chairperson Elan Reynolds- 694-3501

Rules: 1. Milking does to have been milked out the night before. 2. All animals entered in interbred classes are to be entered in open classes. 3. Best udder class to be judged – udder full milked out and dry. 4. No bucks over one year to be on the grounds. 5. Owners are responsible for feeding and watering livestock. 6. Animals are to be free of infections, parasites and contagious disease and untranquilized. Animals must be also be clean and ready to show. 7. Purebred animals to be entered in the name of the owner, any handler. 8. Registered animal’s name, age and registration number to be shown on the entry form. Current year animals need not be registered but proof of application should be available. 9. Animal must be owned or leased by the exhibitor for at least one month. 10. Exhibitors are allowed unlimited entries in each class. 11. All livestock to be on the grounds prior to 8:00 a.m. Saturday, September 8, 2012 (Friday arrivals are encouraged – no later than 9:00 p.m.). Judging will commence at 9:00 am sharp. 12. All livestock exhibitors are required to clean their stalls and/or pens before leaving the grounds. Please dispose of all residue in designated areas only.

GOAT Registered or grade as long as the animal displays predominant breed characteristics of the section entered FRENCH ALPINE G1 Does Over 4 years, milking G2 Does 2 to 4 year, milking G3 Does 1 year but under 2, milking G4 Does 1 year but under 2, not milking G5 Bucks Under 1 year G6 Senior Doe Kids Born before April 1st this year G7 Junior Doe Kids Born after April 1st this year NUBIAN G8 through G14 – classes same as above. SAANEN G15 through G21 – classes same as above. TOGGENBURG G22 through G28 – classes same as above. MISCELLANEOUS CLASSES G29 Herd – doe 2 or over and doe 1 but under 2 G30 Dam and Daughter – Dam and offspring any age owned by exhibitor G31 Best Udder of Show – open to all does in milk. Winners to be chosen from does in milk by the judge. G32 Open Showmanship GRAND CHAMPION – Rosette and Trophy

SHEEP Registered & Grade as long as the animal entered shows predominant breed characteristics of the section entered.

PURE BREEDS S1 Ram lamb S2 Yearling ram S3 Mature ram S4 Ewe lamb S5 Yearling ewe S6 Mature Ewe CROSS BREEDS S01 Ram lamb S02 Yearling ram S03 Mature ram S04 Ewe lamb S05 Yearling ewe S06 Mature ewe SS1 Showmanship-9 years and under. May show any animal. SS2 Breeder’s Flock (Group of 4 bred and owned by the exhibitor both sexes represented). SS3 Open Showmanship SS4 Open Market Lamb GRAND CHAMPION EWE Trophy and Rosette RESERVE CHAMPION EWE Rosette GRAND CHAMPION RAM Trophy and Rosette RESERVE CHAMPION RAM Rosette

SWINE REGISTERED OR GRADE SW1 Gilt (under 6 months) SW2 Feeder Pig SW3 Sow SW4 Market Pig SW5 Barrow – male/castrated GRAND CHAMPION SWINE Trophy and Rosette RESERVE CHAMPION SWINE Rosette

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Division III Poultry and Rabbits Entry Fee $1.00 • Prize money $5.00, $3.00 and $2.00 Chairperson Christine Bottger- 698-7921 Chairperson Hugh Neave- 695-6301

Rules: 1. Owners are responsible for feeding and watering livestock. 2. Animals are to be free of infectious or contagious disease and untranquilized. 3. Purebred animals to be entered in the name of the owner, any handler. 4. Animal must be owned or leased by the exhibitor for at least one month. 5. Exhibitors are allowed unlimited entries in each class. 6. All livestock to be on the grounds by 8:00 a.m. Saturday, September 8, 2012 (Friday arrivals are encouraged – no later than 9:00 p.m.). 7. Purebred entries must state the breed on the entry form or they will be disqualified. 8. Animals must be clean and ready for show. 9. All livestock exhibitors are required to clean their stalls and/or pens before leaving the grounds. Please dispose of all residue in designated areas only.

RABBITS MEAT BREEDS: Purebred or Crossbred

R1 Large breed doe - over 6 months R2 Large breed buck - over 6 months R3 Large breed junior - under 6 months R4 Medium breed doe - over 6 months R5 Medium breed buck - over 6 months R6 Medium breed junior - under 6 months FANCY BREEDS R7 Show rabbit, doe - over 6 months R8 Show rabbit, buck - over 6 months R9 Show rabbit, junior - under 6 months R10 Dwarf or Miniature doe - over 6 months R11 Dwarf or Miniature buck - over 6 months R12 Dwarf or Miniature junior - under 6 months MISCELLANEOUS R13 Pen of three fryers R14 Best mother and young GRAND CHAMPION RABBIT - Trophy and Rosette RESERVE CHAMPION RABBIT - Rosette

POULTRY LIGHT BREEDS Mature birds average under 4 pounds P1 Pullets - 2 birds

P2 Laying Hens - 2 birds P3 Rooster - 1 bird MEDIUM BREEDS Mature birds average over 4 but under 7 pounds P4 through P6 – classes same as above. HEAVY BREEDS Mature birds average 7 pounds and over P7 Pullets - 2 birds P8 Fryers - 2 birds P9 Laying Hens - 2 birds P10 Rooster - 1 bird MISCELLANEOUS (pair, male and female) P11 Bantams purebred or barnyard - 1 pair P12 Turkeys, any breed - 1 pair P13 Ducks, any breed - 1 pair P14 Geese, any breed - 1 pair P15 Pigeons, any breed - 1 pair P16 Guinea fowl - 1 pair P17 Exotic fowl - 1 pair P18 Any fowl not previously mentioned - 1 pair BEST FOWL OR PAIR OF FOWL – Trophy and Rosette RESERVE FOWL OR PAIR OF FOWL - Rosette

Division IV Grain, Hay and Seed Entry Fee $1.00 • Prize money $5.00, $3.00 and $2.00 Chairperson Steve McEntire – 694-3653

Rules: 1. Sheaves thoroughly dry, 3” in diameter at neck unless otherwise specified. 2. All varieties named and neatly labeled if known. 3. Items G9-G12 may be presented either as a square bale or in a large Ziploc bag. 4. Entries to be on the fairgrounds between 8:30 am – 12:00 pm Friday, September 7, 2012. G1 G2 G3

Sheaf of oats Sheaf of barley bearded Sheaf of oats, for silage

G4 G5 G6 G7 G8 G9 G10 G11 G12 G13

Sheaf of barley, for silage Sheaf of timothy, 1 inch in diameter at neck Sheaf of brome, 1 inch in diameter at neck Sheaf of reed canary grass, 1 inch in diameter at neck Sheaf of barley beardless Oats baled (Green feed) or core sample Baled hay, current year’s crop, grass & mixed legume – 1 square bale Baled hay, current year’s crop – grass – 1 square bale or sample from a round bale Baled hay, current year’s crop, legume – 1 square bale or sample from a round bale Sheaf of wheat grass, 1 inch diameter at neck

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Division V Vegetables

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Entry Fee $1.00 • Prize money $5.00, $3.00 and $2.00 Chairperson Sandra O’Meara- 695-6384 Chairperson Harriat Larsen- 695-6433

Rules: 1. Entries to have been grown by the exhibitor in the Lakes District. 2. Vegetables to be named on the entry form by variety or identification such as early or late or the entry may be disqualified. 3. Entries to be on the fairgrounds between 8:30 am – 12:00 pm Friday, September 7, 2012 4. Entries will be judged by the BC Fair Standards. 5. Entries are not to be displayed under plastic. V1 Beets, table – 6 with roots V2 Cabbage, early, 2 heads V3 Cabbage, late, 2 heads V4 Cabbage, red, 2 heads

V5 V6 V7 V8 V9 V10 V11 V12 V13 V14 V15 V16 V17 V18 V19

Carrots half long, 6, ½” top Carrots, long, 6, ½” tops Celery, 1 bunch, root stock trimmed Cucumber, hothouse – 2 Kohlrabi 3, trim close to bulb Onions, green, 6, ½” roots Onions from sets, 3, 1” top. Green Peas, 12 pods Green Peppers, 3, stems intact Potatoes early, 5 unwashed but clean Potatoes late, 5 unwashed but clean Pumpkin, table or sugar, 1 Radish, bunched, 12 tops and root intact Rhubarb, 5 stalks Squash, summer, 2 (includes zucchini, bush scallop, cocozelle, caserta, early straight neck, summer crook neck, fordhook vining) V20 Squash, winter, 2 (includes delicious, buttercup, boston marrow, pink banana, grey banana, acorn, hubbards)

V21 Swiss Chard, 2, roots V22 Hothouse tomatoes, green, 3 stems intact V23 Hothouse tomatoes, ripe, 3 stems intact V24 Field grown tomatoes, green, 3, stems intact V25 Swede turnips, 3, 1/4” top, trim root V26 Turnips, summer, 3, 1/4” tops, trim root V28 Display of vegetables arranged by the exhibitor V29 Collection of six herbs, varieties named V30 Any other not listed V31 Beans, string, 12 pods V32 Beans, wax, 12 pods *** NEW CLASSES*** V33 Largest potato V34 Largest cabbage V35 Largest zucchini V36 Largest pumpkin V37 Largest rutabaga

Division VI Fruits

Entry Fee $1.00 • Prize money $5.00, $3.00 and $2.00 Chairperson Sandra O’Meara- 695-6384 Chairperson Harriat Larsen- 695-6433

Rules: 1. Entries to have been grown by the exhibitor in the Lakes District. 2. Entries are to be on the fairgrounds between 8:30 am – 12:00 pm Friday, September 7, 2012. 3. State on entry form if wild or tame. 4. If possible, the variety name should be

stated on the entry form and tag. 5. Entries will be judged by the “BC Fair Standards”. F1 Apples, 5, stems intact F2 Crabapples, 5, stems intact F3 Plate of Black Currants, 24 berries, stems removed F4 Plate of Red Currants, 24 berries, stems removed F5 Plate of White Currants, 24 berries,

stems removed Plate of Gooseberries, 24 berries, stems removed F7 Collection of wild fruit, 3 or more varieties, 3 of each F8 Plate of Raspberries, without hulls, 24 F9 Collection of tame fruit, 3 or more varieties, 3 of each F10 Any not listed F11 Dried fruit, any F6

Division VII Farm & Home Produce Entry Fee $1.00 • Prize money $5.00, $3.00 and $2.00

Chairperson Eileen Benedict – 695-6335

Rules: 1. Entries are to be in the correct class and properly labeled, i.e. cow or goat, or they will be disqualified. 2. Entries to be on the fairgrounds between 8:30 am – 12:00 pm Friday, September 7, 2012 FH1 1 doz. eggs, brown FH2 1 doz. eggs, white

FH3 1 doz. eggs, any kind not listed FH4 1 quart whole cow’s milk FH5 1 quart whole goat’s milk FH6 1 pound cow’s dairy butter FH7 1 pound goat’s dairy butter FH8 1 pint cow’s table cream FH9 1 pint goat’s table cream FH10 1 saucer cow’s cottage cheese FH11 1 saucer goat’s cottage cheese FH12 Pound or less of cow’s hard cheese

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Pound or less of goat’s hard cheese Pound or less, any cheese not listed One bar of homemade soap 1 unwashed fleece in clear plastic, tied 1 cup of plain cow’s yogurt 1 cup of plain goat’s yogurt One pint honey, any color any not listed

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welcomes everyone to the

69th Annual

Lakes District

Fall Fair & Music Festival! Good luck to all exhibitors & participants!

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CONGRATULATIONS ...to the organizers and good luck to all the participants at the th

69 Annual Fall Fair! We’re proud to help support the events in our community.

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Division VIII Canning and Preserving Entry Fee $1.00 • Prize money $5.00, $3.00 and $2.00

Chairperson Mary McEntire694-3653

Rules: 1. 2. 3. 4.

Ring MUST be loosened. Jars MUST be labeled. Unsealed jars are disqualified`. Collection – jars must be same size. 5. Jars must be scrupulously clean. 6. For exhibition new or near new rings should be used. 7. Jams to have a uniform texture. Soft and easy to spread, no granules. Berry jams should not have excessive seeds. 8. Jelly no sediment, retain shape and quiver when unmolded. 9. Meat, liquid must jell and a layer of fat form at the top. 10. Approximately 1” head space for corn, peas and ½” for other vegetables. 11. Whole fruits, i.e. plums or cherries should be pricked with a needle to prevent the skins from splitting. 12. Canned fruits approximately 1/3 liquid to 2/3 fruit. 13. Jar should be filled to within ½” of top after processing. 14. Due to the danger of food

poisoning, canned vegetables are never tasted and will remain unopened. 15. Commercial canning or recyclable jars MUST be used. 16. Any other classes – multiple entries but no duplication. 17. Entry preparation – Rings loosened, snap lids left sealed. 18. Label – state item, date canned, and if jelly or jam. 19. Entries must be on the fairgrounds between 8:30 am – 12:00 pm, Friday, September 7, 2012. 20. Wax seals are not permitted. 21. Canning and preserving entries must have been canned since last years’ fair. 22. Do not cover lid with cloth or other decorative covers. Entries are not judged on decoration.

F10 any not listed F11 Strawberries

FRUITS

J1 J2 J3 J4 J5 J6 J7 J8 J9 J10

F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 F6 F7 F8 F9

Applesauce Apricots Blueberries/Huckleberries Peaches, halves Peaches, sliced Cherries Pears Raspberries Rhubarb

PICKLES AND VEGETABLES P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 P6 P7 P8 P9 P10 P11 P12 P13 P14 P15 P16 P17 P18

Canned Chutney Dills, 3” to 4” Pickled Beets, whole Pickled Beets, sliced Bread and Butter Mustard Pickles Beets sliced Antipasto Salsa Relish Carrots Beans, green or yellow Zucchini Peas Vegetables mixed Tomatoes Chow Chow Any canned vegetable not listed

JAMS AND JELLIES Blueberry Jam Huckleberry Jam Peach Jam Raspberry Jam Rhubarb Jam Strawberry Jam Apple Jelly Huckleberry Jelly Crabapple Jelly Currant Jelly, any color

J11 J12 J13 J14 J15 J16 J17 J18 J19 J20

Raspberry Jelly Strawberry Jelly Wild Cranberry Jelly Marmalade Orange Marmalade Three Fruit Vegetable Marmalade Multi-berry or Multi-fruit Jam Any not listed Apricot Jam Apricot Jelly

MISCELLANEOUS CANNED GOODS M1 M2 M3 M4 M5 M6 M7 M8

Sugarless Jam Sugarless Jelly Sugarless canned fruit any kind Canned Meat Canned Fish Canned Fowl Mincemeat CANNERS COLLECTION – 6 same sized jars, chosen from 1 Fruit or Jam or Jelly or Vegetables or Meat or Fowl or Fish or Pickles or Preserves or Stew or Soup (totaling 6 different canned goods). Should be selected to form an attractive group. Prize money for this class is: $10.00, $6.00 and $4.00.

Division IX Wine and Beer Entry Fee $1.00 • Prize money $5.00, $3.00 and $2.00

Chairperson Eileen Benedict – 695-6335

Rules: 1. All wines must be made by exhibitor by the process of fermentation. 2. Wines can be made from a kit or a brew shop. 3. Wine must be exhibited in a standard wine bottle, beer in a standard beer bottle. 4. Exhibit tags will be attached to the bottles with elastic bands. Do not attach labels to the bottles with tape or glue.

5. Exhibitors may enter a maximum of two bottles in each class. 6. Division between sweet and dry wines is a specific gravity of 1,000. 7. State on entry form type of fruit, berry, concentrate, etc. used. 8. Entries to be on the fairgrounds between 8:30 am – 12:00 pm Friday, September 7, 2012.

GRAPE WINES W1 W2 W3

Red, dry, from concentrate Red, dry, from fresh grapes Red, sweet, from fresh grapes

W4 W5 W6

or concentrate White, dry, from concentrate White, dry, from fresh grapes White, sweet, from fresh grapes or concentrate

W11 Rose, dry, from concentrate, fresh berries, herbs or roots W12 Rose, sweet, from concentrate, fresh berries, herbs or roots

BERRIES, HERBS OR ROOTS W7

Red, dry, from concentrate, fresh berries, herbs or roots W8 Red, sweet, from concentrate, fresh berries, herbs or roots W9 White, dry, from concentrate, fresh berries, herbs or roots W10 White, sweet, from concentrate, fresh berries, herbs or roots

APERITIF OR DESSERT W13 Aperitif and fortified wines W14 Social wine, white, red or rose

BEER W21 Lager, ale or stout

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Division X Flowers and Plants Entry Fee $1.00 • Prize money $5.00, $3.00 and $2.00

Chairperson Nettie Neville – 698-7327 Chairperson Ev Siegner – 698-7348

Rules: 1. Collections are not judged as arrangements. 2. Where blooms are called for, no buds allowed. 3. Note that gladioli are called a half-hardy perennial. 4. Entries are to have been grown by or been in the possession of the exhibitor for three months. Excluding floral art. 5. Foliage plants are grown for their foliage (e.g. Coleus, Spider Plant). 6. Entries in the hanging basket class are to have been grown in the basket. 7. Varieties should be named on the entry form. 8. No noxious weeds are allowed in the flower arrangements or bouquets. For the purposes of this fair these shall include curled dock, daisies, stinkweed, knapweed, thistle, toadflax (wild snapdragon), hawksbeard and hawksweed. 9. Cut flowers must be in clear containers as the stems are judged. 10. Entries to be on the fairgrounds between 8:30 am – 12:00 pm Friday, September 7, 2012.

HOUSEPLANTS H1 H2 H3 H4 H5 H6 H7 H8 H9 H10 H11 H12 H13 H14

African Violet (single flower, single crown) African Violet (double flower, single crown) Begonia Tuberous Begonia Fibrous Begonia Rex Cactus Coleus Fern Gloxinia Geranium, plain Geranium, fancy Cyclamen Fuchsia, any variety Caladium

H15 Maranta (10 commandments varieties, any) H16 Impatiens H17 Terrarium H18 Ivy H19 Succulent H20 Potted plant, foliage any other not listed H21 Flowering plant, any other not listed H22 Air Plant H23 Dish garden cacti/succulents H24 Dish garden tropical H25 Indoor Hanging Basket H26 Outdoor Hanging Basket H27 Potted fruit tree

CUT FLOWERS C1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 C7 C8 C9 C10 C11 C12 C13 C14 C15 C16 C17 C18 C19 C20 C21 C22 C23 C24 C25 C26 C27 C28 C29

Asters, 3 stems Bachelors Buttons, 6 blooms Calendulas, 6 blooms Delphiniums, 3 stems Gladioli, 3 spikes Marigolds, dwarf, 6 blooms with stems Marigolds, tall, 6 blooms with stems Nasturtiums, 6 blooms, no foliage Pansies, large, over 2”, 6 blooms, no foliage Pansies, small, under 2”, 6 blooms, no foliage Pansies, miniature, 6 blooms, no foliage Petunias, double, 3 sprays Petunias, single, 3 sprays Roses, Hybrid tea, 1 bloom, debudded Roses, Hardy shrub, 3 sprays Snapdragon, 3 spikes Schizanthus, 1 vase, 6 cuts Stocks, 3 spikes Sweet William, 3 stems, no branches Sweet Peas, 6 spikes, no branches Carnations, 3 stems Peonies, 3 stems Sunflower, 1 stem Geranium, 3 stems Maltese cross, 3 stems Columbine, 3 stems Sweet Rocket, 3 stems Any lily Any annual not listed,

C30 Any perennial not listed, 3 C31 Collection of perennial and/or biennial flowers, 6 varieties, 2 of each C32 Collection of Annual flowers, 6 varieties, 2 of each C33 Cosmos, 3 stems ***NEW CLASS*** C34 Largest sunflower, with seeds

FLORAL ART FA1 Arrangement of cut flowers, suitable for table, casual FA2 Arrangement of cut flowers, decorative FA3 Arrangement of dried and/or artificial flowers FA4 Arrangement of local twigs, foliage, cones, etc (no flowers) FA5 Teacup arrangement FA6 Miniature arrangement – 2” to 4” FA7 Miniature arrangement – under 2” FA8 3 Roses, any kind, held upright in a bud vase FA9 Bouquet of wildflowers, ferns or grasses FA10 Floral arrangement – theme “Name That Bird” (a design depicting a bird). Entry must be labeled with the name of the bird. FA11 Best Dried Flower Arrangement of the Show

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Division XI Home Cooking Entry Fee $1.00 • Prize money $5.00, $3.00 and $2.00

Chairperson Eleanor Anderson – 695-6656 Chairperson Heather Anderson – 694-3424

Rules: 1. No mixes are to be used. 2. Fruit or berries used in pies should be fresh or home processed. 3. Top crust on berry pies may be full or lattice. 4. All entries are to be in plastic wrap or zip lock bags. 5. No icing or glaze unless specified. 6. Entries to be on the fairgrounds between 8:30 am – 12:00 pm Friday, Sept. 7, 2012.

BREADS – Display full loaf B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 B8 B9 B10

White bread Whole wheat bread, no molasses Bannock, 3 pieces Banana Bread, plain Corn bread, 3 pieces Gingerbread, uniced, 3 pieces Pumpkin bread Banana nut loaf Scones, 3 pieces Zucchini loaf

B11 B12 B13 B14 B15 B16 B17 B18

Dinner buns, white, 3 individual Dinner buns, whole wheat, 3 individual Baking powder biscuits, 3 Cinnamon rolls, 3 Muffins, bran, 3, no paper cups Muffins, fruited, 3, no paper cups Brown bread, with molasses any not listed

CAKES – no larger than 9” x 9” C1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 C7

Cake, white, unfrosted Cake, chocolate, unfrosted Cake, spice, unfrosted Carrot cake, uniced Angel food cake, uniced any not listed Cake, decorated

PASTRIES P1 P2 P3 P4 P5 P6 P7 P8

Apple Pie, 2 crust Cherry Pie, 2 crust Peach Pie, 2 crust Pear Pie, 2 crust Raisin Pie, 2 crust Rhubarb Pie, 2 crust Any Berry Pie Pumpkin Pie

P9 Mincemeat Pie P10 Combination fruit/berry Pie P12 Butter tarts, 3

CANDIES, COOKIES & BARS BC1 BC2 BC3 BC4 BC5 BC6

Fudge, 3 pieces Any other candy, 3 pieces Sugar cookies, plain, 3 Bar cookies (squares) 3 Any other cookies or bars, 3 Lunch box cookies; roll, drop, refrigerator, etc., attractive plate, 3 each of 3 varieties. BC7 Shortbread, plain, 3 BC8 Brownies, 3 pieces

SUGAR FREE BAKING (i.e. Splenda, Equal, Stevia) SB1 Cookies, 3 SB2 Pie, any kind SB3 Bread, any kind, 1 loaf SB4 Muffins, any kind, 3 SB5 Cake, any kind SB6 Candy, any kind, 3 pieces SB7 Bar cookies, any kind, 3 SB8 Buns, any kind, 3

Division XII Needlework Entry Fee $1.00 • Prize money $5.00, $3.00 and $2.00

Rules: 1. Articles may be entered for exhibition only. Entry fee will apply to cover the time and space to display. 2. Knitting: For exhibition purposes there are three types of knitting: a) Plain knitting: An article knit for the most part in stocking stitch, garter stitch, or plain ribbing, and principally one color. b) Fancy knitting: An article which for the most part is knitted in fancy stitches, such as cable stitch, seed stitch, etc. May be one or more colours. c) Pattern knitting: An article for the most part in plain knitting, but in which one color makes the pattern, this includes Fair Isle.

3. For clarification: Child’s size refers to 12 years or under. Baby’s set refers to booties, hat and sweater or sacque. 4. Yarns used can be wool, synthetics, cotton or a combination. 5. All pictures must be ready for framing only (no frames). 6. Entries to be on the fairgrounds between 8:30 am – 12:00 pm Friday, September 7, 2012.

KNITTING (Chairperson Karen Sirfalk - 696-3379) K1 Socks, dress, plain K2 Socks, dress, fancy K3 Socks, work, plain, light K4 Socks, work, plain, heavy

K5 K6 K7 K8 K9 K10 K11 K12 K13 K14 K15 K16 K17 K18 K19

Mittens, plain Mittens, fancy Baby set Baby blanket or shawl Slippers Cushion cover, open on form Toque, plain Toque, fancy Sweater, adult Sweater, child Scarf, min. 24 inches long Poncho, any size Afghan Doll’s wardrobe (3 pieces) any not listed

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Division XII Needlework cont. quilt, then appliqued onto the surface of the quilt or onto blocks which are then seamed together. EMBROIDERED QUILTS:On these quilts the principal design is created by embroider which may be the principal part of the design. For further information consult the “Winning Ways” booklet.

CROCHET (Chairperson Karen Sirfalk - 696-3379) C1 Doily, ruffled C2 Doily, not ruffled C3 Centerpiece, 18” to 36” C4 Afghan, 45” x 60” min. C5 Cushion cover, open on form C6 Baby shawl/blanket C7 Stuffed toy C8 Head gear C9 Poncho, any size C10 Scarf, min. 24 inches long C11 Potholders, 2 C12 Baby sweater C13 Doll’s wardrobe (3 pieces) C14 Slippers C15 Tablecloth C16 any not listed

QUILTING

EMBROIDERY WORK E1 E2 E3 E4 E5 E6

Pillow cases, 1 pair Embroidered tablecloth Dresser scarf/table runner Cross-stitch article (stamped) Counted cross-stitch article Embroidered picture, no kits (ready for framing) E7 Embroidered picture, kit (ready for framing) E8 Needlepoint E9 Plastic canvas article E10 Crewel E11 Chicken scratch E12 any not listed

QUILTING (Chairpersons Janneke Shelford – 6956554 and Margaret Gerow – 692-3217) PIECED QUILTS: Pieced quilts are made by sewing pieces of material together. The pattern is made by the colors of the pieces and the way they are put together. APPLIQUED QUILTS: Appliqued quilts are those in which a design is cut from contrasting material and applied to the plain background material or quilt block. The cut out material makes the design. PIECED & APPLIQUED:In these quilts the design is seamed together as in a pieced

MACHINE QUILTED S01 Article made from fabric scraps S02 Hard times article, recycled fabric S03 Trapunto (stuffed portions) S04 Any other quilted article S05 Patchwork, any article S06 Pieced article not quilted by exhibitor S07 Any article not listed above HAND QUILTED SS01 through SS07, classes as above HAND TIED QS01 through QS07, classes as above WALL HANGING, RUNNERS, PLACEMATS W01 Scrap quilt – made from fabric scraps W02 Made from recycled fabrics W03 Trapunto by machine W04 Trapunto by hand W05 Machine pieced – traditional pattern W06 Hand pieced – traditional pattern W07 Curved piecing – traditional pattern W08 Reverse Applique W09 Hand Applique W10 Fusible Applique W11 Paper Foundation W12 Agriculture theme (any method) W13 Art quilt – any combination of methods or embellishment W14 Machine quilted by exhibitor on domestic sewing machine W15 Hand quilted by exhibitor W16 LongArm quilted by other than exhibitor W17 LongArm quilted by exhibitor W18 Comforter, tied W19 Comforter, stitched W20 Any other not listed W21 Tablecloth CHILDREN’S (crafted by up to and including age 10) no size restriction

CH01 through CH21 classes as wall hanging YOUTH (crafted by ages 11 to 16) no size restriction Y01 through Y21 classes same as wall hanging MINIATURE QUILTS (maximum size 100” perimeter) M01 through M21 classes same as wall hanging CRIB QUILTS, BABY QUILTS (maximum perimeter 200”) C01 through C20 classes same as wall hanging LAP QUILTS, TWIN SIZE BED QUILTS (perimeter 200” to 300”) L01 though L20 classes same as wall hanging DOUBLE BED SIZE, QUEEN SIZE (perimeter 300” to 380”) D01 though D20 classes same as wall hanging KING SIZE QUILTS (perimeter over 380”) K01 though K20 classes same as wall hanging

SEWING (Chairpersons Janneke Shelford – 695-6554 and Margaret Gerow – 692-3217) S1 Shirt, any size S2 Blouse, any size S3 Night attire, any type, any size S4 Dress, any size, any length S5 Slacks, any size S6 Skirt, any size, any length S7 Vest, any size S8 Suit, any size S9 Sunsuit, one or two pieces any size S10 Jogging suit, any size S11 Costume, any size S12 Heirloom sewn article; any hand embellishment (smocking, beading, tatting, embroidery etc) S13 Doll’s wardrobe, sewn, any size, 3 pieces S14 Small sewn article, potholder etc. S15 Coat or jacket, any size S16 Any not listed

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Division XIII Open Handicrafts Entry Fee $1.00 • Prize money $5.00, $3.00 and $2.00 Chairperson Annie VanMetre – 694- 3302

Rules: 1. If the entry is a pair or set, enter it as 1 and clarify on the entry form. 2. Cover all visible signatures or identifying marks on all the work entered. 3. Work is to have been done by the entrant. 4. Specify if the work is an original or a kit. 5. Entries to be on the fairgrounds between 8:30 am – 12:00 pm Friday, September 7, 2012. H1 H2 H3 H4 H5

Rock Painting Toy, stuffed, sewn Toy, stuffed, from sock Toy, wooden Latch hook, any article

H6 H7 H8 H9 H10 H11 H12 H13 H14 H15 H16 H17 H18 H19 H20 H21 H22 H23 H24 H25 H26 H27

Woven, any article Metal work, any article Scrapbooking, 1 page Fly tying Leatherwork, any article Furniture, any kind Lathe work Article made from wood, not listed Driftwood article Hand carving Ceramic article Clay or pottery article Best decorated jar Tole painting, any Beadwork Bread dough, any article Rock craft, any article Christmas ornament, handcrafted Refrigerator decorations Fabric frames Recycled article, any Any other craft not listed, original

H28 H29 H30 H31 H32 H33 H34

Any other craft not listed, kit Polar fleece no-sew article Homemade bath products Paper tole Shadow box Christmas tree ornament Moose hide clothing, any type, any size H35 Moccasins H36 Gauntlets H37 Fabric painting ***NEW CLASS *** H38 Duct Tape creation, any item

CREATIVE WRITING CW1 Poems CW2 Short story (fiction or nonfiction less than 2000 words) CW3 Essay

Division XIV Art

Entry Fee $1.00 • Prize money $5.00, $3.00 and $2.00 Chairperson Della Weymer – 695-6657 Chairperson Kathy Walker – 695-6653 Chairperson Karen Baker – 695-6355 Chairperson Nicole Pressey – 692-7152

Rules: 1. Water colors/drawings are to be on mat or cardboard. 2. Oil/acrylic paintings should be mounted on stiff background or framed. 3. Drawings may be charcoal, India ink, pencil or mixed media. 4. “All mediums” signifies oils, acrylics, pastels, watercolours. 5. Entries to be on the fairgrounds between 8:30 am – 12:00 pm Friday,

September 7, 2012. 6. Must be ready to hang. P1 Landscape or seascape, acrylics P2 Portrait, acrylics P3 Animals, acrylics P4 Nature study, acrylics P5 Still life, acrylics P6 Abstract, non-objective, acrylics P7 Any not listed, acrylics P8 Landscape or seascape, watercolours P9 Portrait, watercolours P10 Animals, watercolours P11 Nature study, watercolours P12 Still life, watercolours P13 Abstract, non-objective, watercolours

P14 P15 P16 P17 P18 P19 P20 P21 P22 P23 P24 P25 P26 P27 P28

Any not listed, watercolours Landscape or seascape, oils Portrait, oils Animals, oils Nature study, oils Still life, oils Abstract, non-objective, oils Any not listed, oils Landscape or seascape, pastels Portrait, pastels Animals, pastels Nature study, pastels Still life, pastels Abstract, non-objective, pastels Any not listed, pastels

Best wishes to Fall Fair exhibitors,

performers and everyone who aƩends one of the Lakes District’s longest running and most successful community events! LAKES DISTRICT

ARTS

COUNCIL

...Presenting professional performers, local musicians and artists since 2006. www.lakesdistrictarts.com


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Division XIV Art cont. D7

DRAWING D1 D2 D3 D4 D5 D6

Any other listed

MISCELLANEOUS ARTWORK

Landscape or seascape Portrait Animals Nature study Still Life Abstract, non-objective

MA1 MA2 MA3 MA4

Cartooning Batik Sandcasting Printmaking, lino/mono cut,

MA5 MA6 MA7 MA8

silkscreen Greeting Card Computer graphics, original art Any art form not listed Native art

Division XV Photography Entry Fee $1.00 • Prize money $5.00, $3.00 and $2.00 Chairperson Della Weymer – 695-6657 Chairperson Kathy Walker – 695-6653 Chairperson Karen Baker – 695-6355 Chairperson Nicole Pressey – 692-7152

Rules: 1. Photos entered may not have previously earned a fee or prize. 2. Limit of one photo per class with the exception of “any other” which may be unlimited as long as there is no duplication of subjects. 3. Open class is open to all ages; however, youth may enter in the open section class, only if they have not entered the same class in the Youth section. 4. Framed prints must be ready for hanging safely with wire or clip material sufficient to hold the weight of picture. 5. All photos to be a maximum size of 5” x 7” (without mat); single matting only, construction paper or posterboard (5/8” max). 6. Identical photo subject cannot be entered in more than one category. 7. Entries to be on the fairgrounds between 8:30 am – 12:00 pm Friday, September 7, 2012.

SECTION A – YOUTH 16 AND UNDER: Judging to be divided: 40% subject interest, 40% composition, 10% camera technique, 10% presentation.

COLOUR SNAPS CP1 Children CP2 Set of four titled snaps, any theme CP3 Humorous photo, any subject CP4 Portrait CP5 Set of 4 snaps, 4 aspects of last years’ L.D.F.F. CP6 Sunset or sunrise CP7 Landscape or seascape CP8 Pets CP9 Trees CP10 Animals, domestic or wild CP11 Any other subject not listed BLACK AND WHITE SNAPS BW1 through BW11, classes as above

SECTION B – OPEN Judging to be divided: 40% subject interest, 25% composition, 25% camera technique, 10% presentation. COLOUR SNAPS CS1 Wild animals, natural habitat CS2 Wild birds, natural habitat CS3 Domestic animals CS4 Domestic birds CS5 Flowers, any kind CS6 Still life CS7 Machinery CS8 Portrait CS9 Seasons, 1 print, any season CS10 Humorous CS11 Mountain/Lakes CS12 Sunset/sunrise CS13 Trees

CS14 Children CS15 People CS16 Set of 4, 1 theme or subject, titled CS17 Set of 4, 4 aspects of last yrs L.D.F.F CS18 “What is it?” CS19 Scenic CS20 Any subject not listed BLACK AND WHITE SNAPS BS1 through BS20, classes as above FRAMED PHOTOGRAPHS Black and white or colour, 8”x10” or larger but not exceeding 20”x24” outside measurement. Prints need not have been developed by the exhibitor. Judging to be divided: 25% presentation, 25% subject interest, 25% camera technique, 25% composition. FP1 through FP16, classes same listing as CS1 through CS16, FP18 to FP20, classes same as CS18 to CS20 MISCELLANEOUS PHOTOGRAPHY M1 Abstract/Glass metal reflections M2 Panning M3 Light photography, fireworks night-lights, neon lights, tail lights, sky lights, etc. M4 Water photography, any M5 Photograms, devised by entrant M6 Any other creative

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Division XVI Children’s Exhibits

Entry Fee $1.00 • Prize money $3.00, $2.00 and $1.00 H18 Craft foam object SECTION C – Ages 8 TO 10

Rules:

1. Exhibitors to have grown own vegetables. 2. Baking to be exhibitor’s own work, no mixes. Entries to be in ziplock bags or plastic. 3. Hobbies to be exhibitor’s work, kits to be indicated. 4. Ages to be stated on entry form. 5. Vegetable specifications as per Division V. State variety name if known. 6. All art work to be a maximum of 9”x12” outside dimensions. 7. Children’s photography is the Youth section of Division XV, Photography, however, these points count to exhibitor’s age group for prize points. 8. No noxious weeds in flower arrangements or bouquets. Example: curled dock, daisies, stinkweed, knapweed, thistle, toadflax (wild snapdragon), hawksweed and hawksbeard. 9. Entries to be on the fairgrounds between 8:30 am – 12:00 pm Friday, September 7, 2012.

SECTION A – Age 5 and Under Chairperson Nicole Pressey – 692-7152 HOBBIES H1 H2 H3 H4 H5 H6 H7 H8 H9 H10 H11 H13 H14 H15 H16 H17

Vase of wild flowers/foliage Vase of tame flowers/foliage Pie plate, garden Felt article Christmas Ornament Cut and Paste Natural collage, article of nature, design glued onto cardboard Playdough creation Any art, crayon Any art, water color Lead pencil drawing Greeting card Finger painting Egg carton creation Recycled Article Any hobby not listed, kit or original

H19

Moosehide article

***NEW CLASS*** H20

Duct Tape creation, any item

SECTION B – Ages 6 AND 7 Chairperson Marg Larsen – 692-7627 COOKING B1 B2 B3 B4 B5

Rice Krispies sculpture Fudge, any kind, 3 pieces Cookies, any kind, 3 Cake, uniced Canning, any

GARDEN VEGETABLES G1 G2 G3 G4

Beets, 3 Carrots, 3 Potatoes, 3 unwashed but clean Turnips, swede or summer, 2

HOBBIES AH1 AH2 AH3 AH4 AH5 AH6 AH7 AH8 AH9 AH10 AH11 AH12 AH13 AH14 AH15 AH16 AH18 AH19 AH20

Vase of wild flowers/foliage Vase of tame flowers/foliage Pie plate, garden Felt article Christmas Ornament Cut and Paste Natural collage, article of nature, design glued onto cardboard Playdough creation Any art, crayon Any art, water color Lead pencil drawing Greeting card Finger painting Safety poster Recycled Article Egg Carton Creation Any hobby not listed, kit or original Craft foam object Moosehide article

***NEW CLASS*** AH21 Duct Tape creation, any item

Chairperson Karen Baker – 692-6355 COOKING BB1 BB2 BB3 BB4 BB5 BB6 BB7

Rice Krispie sculpture Bran muffins, 3 Cake, plain white, uniced Cookies, any kind, 3 Cupcakes, uniced, 3 Fudge, any kind, 3 pieces Canning, any

GARDEN VEGETABLES BG1 BG2 BG3 BG4 BG5 BG6

Beets, 3 Cabbage, 1 head Carrots, 3 Onions, from set, 3 Potatoes 3, unwashed but clean Turnips, swede or summer, 2

HOBBIES BH1 BH2 BH3 BH4 BH5 BH6 BH7 BH8 BH9 BH10 BH11 BH12 BH13 BH14 BH15 BH16 BH17 BH18 BH19 BH20 BH21 BH22 BH24 BH25 BH26

Vegetable Novelty Vase of wild flowers/foliage Vase of tame flowers/foliage Pie plate garden Woodwork, toy or small article Easter egg Novelty pillow Felt article Lead pencil drawing Water Color Clay article Christmas decoration, original Printed poem, not original Model Scrapbook Nutritious lunch box Safety poster Stuffed toy Greeting card Recycled article Natural collage, article of nature design glued to cardboard Egg Carton creation Any hobby not listed, kit or original Craft foam object Moose hide article

Have fun at the Fall Fair! Good Luck to all the exhibitors & participants There’s something for everyone!!

ALIGNMENTS • BRAKES • SHOCKS & STRUTS • STEERING 24 HOUR COMMERCIAL ROAD SERVICE AVAILABLE ON/OFF ROAD • COMMERCIAL • INDUSTRIAL • FARMING

Highway 16 West, Burns Lake

Phone: 250-692-7542


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Division XVI Children’s Exhibits cont.

***NEW CLASS***

***NEW CLASS***

BH27 Duct Tape creation, any item

CH22 Duct Tape creation, any item

SECTION D – Ages 11 to 13 Chairperson Doreen Shelford – 695-6327

SECTION E – Ages 14 through 16

COOKING

Chairperson Doreen Shelford – 695-6327

CB1 CB2 CB3 CB4 CB5 CB6 CB7 CB8 CB9 CB10 CB11

COOKING

Baking powder biscuits, 3 Bran Muffins, 3 Buns, yeast, 3 Cookies, any kind, 3 Cupcakes, 3, uniced Jam or Jelly, any kind, 1 jar Fudge, 3 pieces Cake, uniced Pie, any kind, 1 White bread, yeast, 1 loaf Canning, any

GARDEN VEGETABLE CG1 CG2 CG3 CG4 CG5 CG6

Beets, 3 Cabbage, 1 head Carrots, 3 Onions, from set, 3 Potatoes, 3, unwashed but clean Turnips, swede or summer, 2

HOBBIES CH1 CH2 CH3 CH4 CH5 CH6 CH7 CH8 CH9 CH10 CH11 CH12 CH13 CH14 CH15 CH16 CH17 CH19 CH20 CH21

Recycled article Beadwork Christmas decoration, original Embroidered article, thread Friendship bracelet Nutritious lunch box Model Original story/poem, 1 page Lead pencil drawing Painting, water color Sewn article Stuffed toy Scrapbooking, one page Vase of wild flower/foliage Vase of tame flower/foliage Woodwork, furniture Woodwork, any Any hobby not listed, kit or original Craft foam object Moose hide article

DB1 DB2 DB3 DB4 DB5 DB6 DB7 DB8 DB9 DB10 DB11 DB12 DB13

Baking powder biscuits, 3 Bran muffins, 3 Buns, dinner, yeast, 3 Cake, uniced, labeled Cake, decorated Cookies, any kind, 3 Cupcakes, uniced, 3 Jam or Jelly, any kind 1 jar Fudge, 3 pieces Pie, any kind White bread, yeast, 1 loaf Fruited muffins, 3 Canning, any

GARDEN VEGETABLE DG1 DG2 DG3 DG4 DG5 DG6

Beets, 3 Cabbage, 1 head Carrots, 3 Onions, from sets, 3 Potatoes, 3 unwashed but clean Turnips, swede or summer, 2

DH20 Craft foam object DH21 Moose hide article ***NEW CLASS*** DH22 Duct Tape creation, any item

SECTION F – Family Daycare FD1

Individual pictures from each child at the day care, 81/2” x 11” max: each picture – Theme: “Animals at the Fall Fair”

HOBBIES

FD2

Decorated cupcakes (8)

DH1 DH2 DH3 DH4 DH5 DH6 DH7 DH8 DH9 DH10 DH11 DH12 DH13 DH14 DH15 DH16 DH17 DH19

***NEW CLASS***

Recycled article Beadwork Christmas decoration, original Embroidered article, thread Greeting card, any Friendship bracelet Nutritious lunch box Model Original story/poem, 1 page Lead pencil drawing Painting, water color Sewn article Stuffed toy Scrap booking, one page Vase of wild flower/foliage Vase of tame flower/foliage Woodwork, any Any hobby not listed, kit or original

FD3

Fruit and Veggie painting

SECTION G - Group Daycare GD1

2 kites- diamond shape 2’ x 3’ with 2’ tail. Theme: “Animals at the Fall Fair”

GD2

Rolled sugar cookies, iced (20)

***NEW CLASS*** GD3

Fruit and Veggie painting

SECTION H – School Class HD1

Individual pictures from each child in the class, 81/2” x 11”: each picture

HD2

Class group project, any, no larger than 4’x 4’

Congratulations to the organizers of the 69th Annual Fall Fair and good luck to all the participants & exhibitors! www.technorth.ca “Problem Free I.T.” Box 595, 259 Francois Lake Drive Burns Lake • Tel: 250-692-7999 • TF: 877-692-7997


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Division XVII Lego Construction Entry Fee $1.00 • Prize money $3.00, $2.00 and $1.00 Chairperson Donna Harrison –695-6580 Chairperson Shirley Creighton –695-6776 Rules: 1. Dimension 24” x 24” maximum. 2. Entry can be from a kit or original, please identify on entry form 3. Entries to be on the fairgrounds between 8:30 am – 12:00 pm Friday, September 7, 2012.

L1 L2 L3 L4 L5 L6

Ages 5 years and under Ages 6 and 7 years Ages 8 to 10 years Ages 11 to 13 years Ages 14 to 16 years Adult (>16 years)

Jackpot Barrel Race $500.00 ADDED

September 8th, 2012 at the Lakes District Fall Fair 5:30 pm in the main rodeo arena Will be using the 4D system Entry fee: $20.00 per horse plus timer fee Entries will be accepted between 4:00 to 5:30 pm Additional Information: Stephannie or Shelley Wall at ironcloverfarm@hotmail.com or 250-692-7825

Congratulations to the organizers of the

69th Annual Fall Fair and good luck to all the participants & exhibitors!

Locally Owned & Operated

270 Yellowhead Highway, Burns Lake

250-692-7131


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Lakes District Fall Fair

Fun Day Gymkhana Event September 8th @ 12:00noon Entries mailed before September 1, 2012 will be entered to win free entry. Late entries may be accepted, please call.

Rider:

Phone:

Address:

Birth Date (if Youth or Junior): Name of Horse: Age Divisions: Select One, ages are as of January 1st of the current year. _________ _________ _________ _________

Maiden - 3 wins or less Youth - 13 and under Junior - years 14 – 18 Senior - 19 and over

Waiver: I make these entries at my own risk. **All riders 18 and under must wear a helmet. ** Signature: Date:

(Parent or Guardian if under 18 years old)

Name (please print):

Events/Entry Fees: $5.00 per event. Please check events entered. Prizes and/or money to be awarded.

_____ Pole Bending

_____ Pairs Pole Bending

_____ Barrel Race

_____ Pairs Barrel Race

_____ Flag Race

_____ Scurry Race

_____ Keyhole

Total events entered: _________ X $5.00 entry fee = $ _____________ Day fee: _________ X $20.00 = $ ____________ GRAND TOTAL: $ __________ Additional Information: Stephannie or Shelley Wall at ironcloverfarm@hotmail.com or 250-692-7825 If paying by cheque please make payable to Lakes District Fall Fair.


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Stall Request Form

(Cattle, Horse, Sheep etc.)

NAME: _____________________________________________________ ADDRESS: __________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________ PHONE: ____________________________________________________

DATES

TYPE OF LIVESTOCK

# OF STALLS

Friday, September 7, 2012 Saturday, September 8, 2012 Sunday, September 9, 2012

Stall space is limited. Photocopy stall form for each different type of animal. Out of town exhibitors and bulls, stallions, rams, bucks etc. will have preference. All others will be booked on a first come first serve basis. All livestock exhibitors are required to clean their stalls and/or pens before leaving the grounds. Please dispose of all residues in designated areas only. Forms must be mailed to:

Shelley Wall Box 277, Burns Lake BC V0J 1E0 (250-692-7825)

Have fun at the Fall Fair! & Have a Fun Movie Night!!

We Sell Hard & Soft

Ice Cream

$2.50 Tuesdays & $3.50 Thursdays (Includes DVD & Blu Ray)

Previously Viewed Movies: $9.99 (NEW Regular Price!) Disc Repair: $5ea. or 3 for $10!

Home of the Stars® ~ Locally owned and operated ~

Old Regional District Building 492 Yellowhead Hwy 16

250-692-7176

until the end of September!


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Small Animal Barn Request Form NAME: _____________________________________________________ ADDRESS: __________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________ PHONE: ____________________________________________________ TYPE OF ANIMAL

Rabbit

# OF CAGES

2

RATE PER CAGE

$5.00

TOTAL COST

$10

Space is limited and will be booked on a first come first serve basis. All cages are rented at a rate of $5.00 per cage for the duration of the fair. All livestock exhibitors are required to clean their stalls and/or pens before leaving the grounds. Please dispose of all residues in designated areas only. Forms and all fees must be mailed to:

Shelley Wall Box 277, Burns Lake BC V0J 1E0 (250-692-7825)

There’s something for everyone at the Good Luck to all exhibitors!

Burns Lake Veterinary Clinic Ltd.

Murphy Road, Burns Lake • Phone: 250-692-7476

Fall Fair!


Lakes District Fall Fair Small Animal/Livestock Entry Form

Class 1234567

Registration/Tag #

Steer yearling (under 2 yrs)

Class Description

$3

Entry Fee

Name of Exhibitor ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ Address ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________ Phone Number ___________________________________ Division/ Section BSG5

Total Entry Fee Exhibitor Pass Total Enclosed

I/C

One exhibitor per entry form, please! Forms are to be returned to: Shelley Wall, Box 277, Burns Lake, BC V0J 1E0 (250-692-7825) by August 31, 2012.

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fruits

VIII

F6

Class

Forms are to be returned to: Shelley Wall, Box 277, Burns Lake, BC V0J 1E0 (250-692-7825) by August 31, 2012.

One exhibitor per entry form, please!

Section

Division

cherries

Description

Total Entry Fee Exhibitor Pass Total Enclosed

✃

$1

Entry Fee

Name of Exhibitor ____________________________________________________________ Age _____________________ (child classes only) Address ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________ Phone Number ___________________________________

Lakes District Fall Fair Exhibit Hall Entry Form

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Prepare over summer for upcoming programs. It’s FREE! Tuesdays, Wednesdays 9am to 3pm. Upgrade that mark, brush up on skills, pick up a course or work towards your grade 12. Trades Preparation July 16 - August 3. Back to Monday to Friday scheduling September 10.

Programs ............................................................................................2012 Starts Registered Forest Technologist Exam Preparation (Online) ................. August 7 Registered Professional Forester Exam Preparation (Online) .........September 4 Administrative Assistant Certi¿cate (ABT) ......................................September 10 Social Service Worker Certi¿cate ..................................................September 10 Professional Cook Level 1 ..............................................................September 17 FASD Advanced Diploma (Online)..................................................September 26 Residential Building Maintenance Worker, Level 1 (Burns Lake)...September 24 Targeted Initiative for Older Workers .....................................................October 1 Welding C, B or A .................................................................................October 15

University/College Credit Courses BIOG 103: Biology for Humanities & Social Science Students ......September 10 ENGL 103: Composition and Style .................................................September 10 FASD 260: Overview of FASD ...............................................................October 4 FASD 300: Support Strategies ...............................................................October 4 FASD 301: Fundamentals and Professional Implications .....................October 4 FASD 320: Human Development....................................................September 26 MATH 190: Principles of Mathematics for Teachers .......................September 10 OASW 102: Culturally Appropriate Practices for Working with Aboriginal Families...................................................................September 17

Some funding may be available for these programs. Call to see if you qualify.

Do you need childcare in September? Register now! Ashurst Children’s Centre A community daycare for children newborn to six years of age.

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To see the 2012 fallyline up of Continuing Education course offerings or y y more detailed program information check your mailbox for our y calendar coming in August or visit our website.

Phone: 250.692.1700 • Fax: 250.692.1750 • Toll Free: 1.866.692.1943 545 Highway 16 West • PO Box 5000, Burns Lake, BC • V0J 1E0 Website: www.cnc.bc.ca/lakesdistrict • Email: lksdist@cnc.bc.ca

July 18, 2012  

Section Z of the July 18, 2012 edition of the Burns Lake Lakes District News

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