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Collingwood Agricultural Society Presents
Fall 163 the
September 21, 22, 23
Official Program & Prize list
2220 Fairgrounds Rd N, Stayner, ON L0M 1S0
Centrally located between Collingwood, Stayner and Wasaga Beach in Clearview Township
For more details telephone 705-444-0308
163rd Annual Fall Fair // Sept. 21, 22, 23, 2018
4-H Interclub Exhibit Competition......................................... Admissions............................................................................ Amateur Photography........................................................... Antique Tractor Pull............................................................... Antique Vehicle & Machinery................................................ Baking.................................................................................... Beef Cattle............................................................................. Brewing................................................................................. Buttertart Contest 2018 Ad placed in Class 6........................ Canning................................................................................. Children's Pedal Tractor Pull.................................................. Children's Tent....................................................................... Clearview 4-H Activities - Dairy............................................. Clearview 4-H Activities - Sheep............................................ Clearview 4-H Activities -Beef Club Achievement................. Collectable Corner................................................................. Committee Chairs.................................................................. Culinary Arts.......................................................................... Dairy...................................................................................... Demolition Derby.................................................................. Dressage................................................................................ Education Day........................................................................ English Horse Show............................................................... Fair Ambassador Program..................................................... Fiddle & Step Dance Contest................................................. Flowers & Plants.................................................................... Fruits..................................................................................... General Info........................................................................... GNE Baby Show..................................................................... GNE Field Tractor Pull............................................................ GNE Officers, Directors, Life Members, Friends.................... GNE Truck Pull....................................................................... GNE Volunteer Ad.................................................................. Goats..................................................................................... Grain & Seed......................................................................... Great Northern Heifer Showcase.......................................... Grounds Open....................................................................... Heavy Horses......................................................................... Hobbies & Crafts.................................................................... Homecraft Divion Info...........................................................
Horse Pulling Competition..................................................... Interclub 4-H Activities - Dairy............................................... Interclub 4-H Activities - Sheep............................................. Interclub 4-H Beef Competition............................................. Judging Standards................................................................. Junior & Youth Talent Show................................................... Junior Amateur Art................................................................ Junior Ambassador Message................................................. Junior Baking......................................................................... Junior Fair - Homecraft.......................................................... Junior Fair Grain & Seed........................................................ Junior Fair Livestock.............................................................. Junior Fair Vegetables............................................................ Lawn Tractor Pull................................................................... Light Horse & Pony Show...................................................... Master Category.................................................................... Miniature Horses................................................................... Needlecraft............................................................................ OAAS Hand Quilt Competition.............................................. OAAS Machine Quilt Competition......................................... OAAS Youth Poster Competitions (2)..................................... Past Presidents...................................................................... Poultry, Pigeons, Rabbits & Waterfowl.................................. President's Message.............................................................. Privacy Statement/Contact Info............................................ Professional & Amateur Art................................................... Quilts & Rugs......................................................................... Rural & Urban Lifestyle Come Together................................ Scarecrow Competition......................................................... Schedule of Events................................................................ Senior Ambassador Message................................................ Seniors................................................................................... Sheep..................................................................................... Sheep Show - Purebred - in Pavilion...................................... Simcoe Dairy Products Poster Competition........................... Sponsor recognition pages.................................................... Super Pumkin Caper.............................................................. Vegetables............................................................................. Welsh Pony & Sport Pony Show............................................ Western Horse Show.............................................................
163rd Annual Fall Fair // Sept. 21, 22, 23, 2018
RURAL & URBAN LIFESTYLES COME TOGETHER
The Fair is a non-profit organization incorporated as The Collingwood Agricultural Society better known as the Great Northern Exhibition (GNE). As an Agricultural Society, we are dedicated to the betterment of rural life by the qualitative improvement of all kinds of livestock, handicrafts, flowers and garden produce through the nurturing of a spirit of friendly competition. By being the area’s show window, we host many displays. We provide a meeting place for urban and rural communities alike. Besides being educational for all who attend, we provide a unique experience and a pleasant change from everyday life. The Fair provides good clean fun the whole family can enjoy. We invite inquiries, constructive suggestions, and participation from all urban and rural communities. In addition to the Directors, each section of the fair has a committee which is comprised of many interested people who are part of the fair. You, yes you, are a potential committee member or perhaps even have the interest to become a director. Be involved, be part of the Great Northern Exhibition.
DAILY TICKETS Adults: (13 years & up) $10.00 Youth: (6 - 12 years) $4.00 Children (5 years & under): Free 4-H Members: Free admission when 2018 membership card is presented. FREE Parking on the G.N.E. Grounds ADULT WEEKEND PASSES 3-Day Pass: $22.00 (includes Friday, Saturday and Sunday) 2-Day Pass: $16.00 (includes Saturday & Sunday) avail. Sat. only ADVANCE SALES - available after September 1, 2018 Advance Tickets MUST be purchased by Thursday, September 20th. Available at IDA Pharmacy Wasaga Beach; Loblaw and Metro Collingwood; Creemore Foodland; D&L Variety Nottawa; Stayner Foodland; Stayner Town + County. For more information go to www.greatnorthernex.com or call the Fair office at 705-444-0308. Advance Admission Tickets: Adult: $8.00 (for 1 day only – Fri, Sat or Sun). Advance Midway: Pay 1 price, ride all you want (for 1 day only – Fri, Sat or Sun)
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Friday all-you-CAN-ride MIDWAY RIDE TICKETS ONLY These are available for purchase ONLY at the Midway and can ONLY be purchased on Friday of the Fair. Pay 1 price and ride all the rides you want on one day only – Friday. This does not include grounds admission. The Ticket Price is to be announced later. For more information go to www. greatnorthernex.com or call the fair office at 705-444-0308. SCHOOLS Elementary school children Grades 1 to 6 in Collingwood, Nottawa, New Lowell, Creemore, Stayner and Wasaga Beach will receive a Free Pass, Good for ONE Admission only. All persons who come onto the grounds and pass through the gates MUST pay admission, have a pass or must be wearing a Director/Volunteer wristband and MUST get their hand stamped. There will be allowances for helpers with the livestock shows, as follows: Equestrian Exhibitors are allowed the exhibitor and 1 helper per horse; Heavy & Light Horse Exhibitors are allowed 1 helper per horse; Beef & Dairy Show are allowed 4 helpers per herd; Antique Cars: Driver and 1 passenger free with paid registration fee - all others charged. Trophy Presenters: 2 free passes only.
163rd Annual Fall Fair // Sept. 21, 22, 23, 2018
4 GROUNDS OPEN DAILY AT 9:00 A.M. ON THE FAIR WEEKEND.
Times to submit entries prior to the Fair: Days and times for entries are Wednesday, September 19th from 10:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m., and for one additional hour on Thursday, September 20th from 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. The Judging will begin at 10:00 a.m. on Thursday. Homecraft Division, Flowers, Grain and Seed, Fruit and Vegetables are on display Friday through Sunday in the Agri-Cultural Building and the Quonset Building. The grounds open daily at 9:00 a.m. and close Friday and Saturday at 10:00 p.m. and on Sunday at 5:00 p.m. The G.N.E. is pleased to present Conklin’s World’s Finest Shows Midway running Friday after 4:00 p.m., Saturday after 10:00 a.m. and Sunday after 11:00 a.m. EXHIBITS in the Quonset Building and in the AgriCultural Building may be removed on Sunday beginning at 4:00 pm. However, vehicles are NOT permitted up to the buildings until the fair closes at 5:00 p.m.
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Bringing your dog to the Fair is not a good idea! The Fair can be very stressful for dogs with all the noise and crowds and it is not an enjoyable experience for them. Remember: All dogs coming onto the property must be on a leash. The owner must be able to show proof of the dog’s up to date Vaccinations. The owners are responsible for their dog(s). Dogs are absolutely not allowed in any building, with the exception of Certified Service Dogs, and dogs must not be left alone at any time!! Please Stoop & Scoop!! Do not leave your dog in your vehicle in the parking lot. Please be a responsible dog owner.
Any information collected by the Collingwood Agricultural Society regarding members, exhibitors, commercial exhibitors, sponsors, directors and any other persons related directly to the business of the Collingwood Agricultural Society and the Great Northern Exhibition, will be solely used for the purposes of promotion of the Collingwood Agricultural Society and the Great Northern Exhibition, and for the maintenance of their files and data base. Any member, exhibitor, commercial exhibitor, sponsor or director realizes when they agree to take part in the Collingwood Agricultural Society and the Great Northern Exhibition, that their names may be published for these reasons only. None of this information whatsoever will be sold or transferred to any outside party for any reason.
163rd Annual Fall Fair // Sept. 21, 22, 23, 2018
Contact Information: Collingwood Agricultural Society & G.N.E P.O. Box 523, Stayner, ON L0M 1S0 PH: 705-444-0308 FX: 705-446-1972 firstname.lastname@example.org
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163rd Annual Fall Fair // Sept. 21, 22, 23, 2018
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
Antique Vehicle/ Machinery Show.................... all weekend
Antique Vehicle/ Machinery Show (outside Ag Building).......................................... all weekend
Clearview 4-H Dairy & Sheep Achievement Day (Pavilion)...................................................................... all day Children’s Activity Tent Education Day...................................... 9:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. (Children’s Area).......................................................... all day
Pony Rides & Petting Zoo Welsh Ponies & Sports Ponies (East Show Ring).......................................................... all day (Children’s Area).......................................................... all day Poultry & Waterfowl Sheep Show (Cover All Shelter).................................................. 9:30 a.m. (Poultry Building)......................................................... all day Dressage (West Show Ring)................................................. 10:00 a.m. Dressage Demonstration (West Show Ring)................................................. 12:00 p.m. Dairy Show (Pavilion after 4H)................................................. 12:00 p.m. Jr. Livestock Show (Pavilion after 4H)................................................. 12:00 p.m. Afternoon Entertainment (Agri-Cultural Building)........................................... 1:00 p.m. Pony Rides & Petting Zoo (Children’s Area) .................................................... 3:00 p.m. Local Class Truck Pull - Registration (Special Events Area)................................... 5:00 – 6:30 p.m. Local Class Truck Pull (Followed by Highway Tractors & Dump Trucks) (Special Events Area).............................................. 7:00 p.m. Entertainment (Outdoor Stage)...................................................... 7:00 p.m. Evening Program ................................................................... to begin in Agri-Cultural Building................. 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. Junior Ambassador Program Junior Amateur Talent Show Opening Ceremonies Senior Ambassador Program Youth Amateur Talent Show
Miniature Horses (East Show Ring).......................................................... all day
Sheep Shearing (Cover All Shelter)............................................various times Fiddle & Step Dance Contest - Morning Classes (Agri-Cultural Building)........................ 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Western Horse Show (West Show Ring)................................................... 9:30 a.m. Demonstration Stage (Exhibition Hall)................................................various times Clearview 4-H Beef Achievements (Pavilion)............................................................... 10:30 a.m. Lawn Tractor Pull (registration at 10:00 a.m. – 11:00 am.) (Special Events Area)............................................ 12:00 p.m. Field Tractor Pull – Registration 3:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. in Special Events Area Entertainment (Outdoor Stage)................................ 11:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m. Horse Pull (East side of fair grounds).................................... 12:00 noon Children’s Pedal Tractor Pull (registration at 12:30 p.m.) (near Children’s Tent)..........1:30 p.m. Antique Tractor Parade (parading around all the buildings)........................ 1:00 p.m. Beef Cattle Show (Pavilion...) after the Antique Tractor Parade approx. 1:45 p.m. Fiddle & Step Dance - Afternoon Classes (Agri-Cultural Building)................................. 1:30 - 6:00 p.m. Super Mod Truck & Tractor Pull (Special Events Area).............................................. 5:00 p.m.
163rd Annual Fall Fair // Sept. 21, 22, 23, 2018
Antique Vehicle/ Machinery Show (South side of Children’s Tent)........................... all weekend
Roadster Show (East Show Ring)................................................... 11:00 a.m.
Pigeon & Rabbit Show (Poultry Building)......................................................... all day
Registered Pony Show (East Show Ring)................................................... 11:00 a.m.
Pony Rides & Petting Zoo (Children’s Area).......................................................... all day
Entertainment (Outdoor Stage).................................. 11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Children’s Activity Tent (Children’s Area).......................................................... all day
Baby Show (Agri-Cultural Building)......................................... 10:30 a.m.
Purebred Sheep Show (Pavilion)...................................................................... all day
Antique Tractor Pull (East of fair grounds)............................................ 12:00 p.m.
Sheep Shearing (Cover All Shelter)............................................various times
Demolition Derby (Special Events Area).............................................. 1:00 p.m.
Demonstration Stage (Exhibition Hall)................................................various times
Entertainment (Agri-Cultural Building Stage)....................... 1:30 - 4:00 p.m.
English Horse Show (West Show Ring)................................................... 9:00 a.m.
Closing Ceremonies (Agri-Cultural Building)........................................... 4:00 p.m.
Heavy Horse Show (East Show Ring)................................................... 10:30 a.m.
Schedule of events and information provided in the Official Program & Prize List is subject to change. For more information visit www.greatnorthernex.com or call 705-444-0308
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COLLINGWOOD AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE
At the Collingwood Agricultural Society, we know our community wants more than a traditional ‘Country Fair’. They want an exciting, entertaining, and educational event that introduces them to an agricultural future – a future that demands critical thinking, innovation and resourcefulness. At the Great Northern Exhibition, we believe every visitor matters. This belief fuels the experience we offer our guests. While we are one of Canada’s oldest Agricultural organizations – founded in 1855 we are older than the country itself – we are most excited about what lies ahead. The volunteers of the GNE believe that improving what we have already, and building new facilities and community partnerships, are the pathway to success. Last Spring, we started work on our new Pavilion and it was completed in time for the Fair. Education and communication propels organizations forward, improves lives, spurs discovery and advances wider knowledge. Did you know an average hen will lay 530 eggs in a lifetime? Our volunteers come from all walks of life and bring skills, energy and experience to create the events that the public enjoy. We always have room for more ideas and participation. Whether ideas come from painting a fence to revising a financial strategy, there are challenges aplenty. As a registered charity, every penny earned or donated goes toward the growth and operation of the Collingwood Agricultural Society. This in turn lets us put on an amazing Fair, and host a myriad of community events on our 50 acres of grounds. We choose to be innovators • In education: by providing a venue to inform our public of developments in the Agricultural industry; • In entertainment: by bringing new and exciting elements to the GNE • In community partnerships: by hosting events like the RCMP Musical Ride this summer. And finally, a huge ‘Thank You’ to all our volunteers, sponsors, staff, vendors and participants. Without your continuing support and involvement, the GNE would be just another field in the countryside! Jim Kinnear
163rd Annual Fall Fair // Sept. 21, 22, 23, 2018
JUNIOR AMBASSADOR’S MESSAGE
Hello, my name is Jocelyn Young, I am 13 years old and I am the 2017/2018 Junior Ambassador. I am so honoured to represent the Collingwood Agricultural Society. These past few months have been amazing and so much fun. On the night of the competition I was so nervous, but I got up and said my speech. This was the third time I had competed in the competition and I had come up unsuccessful the first two times, but this year was the year and I won. Together with Karen the new Senior Ambassador and Rylee our chaperone, I quickly changed and then headed off to the midway to get some rides in. That night I had so many people come up and congratulate me. On the second day of the Fair my day was completely full with handing out ribbons - we handed them out at the Beef Show, Horse and Pony Show, and the Horse Pulls - man those horses are big! Then we went to the Antique Tractor Parade and waved to everyone. Then we went to the Truck and Tractor Pulls where we each got to start a pull - I have never been so close to the trucks as I was during the pulls! We also had a Monster Truck participate this year and that was super cool! I haven't seen a monster truck in real life before, so I didn't know how loud it would be and it was super loud!! Later on we met the driver and took some pictures. Then we went on a couple more rides and my second day was over. On the third day of the Fair we handed out some more ribbons to the horses. Then we handed out prizes for the Baby Show and it was so hard picking the cutest baby because they all were so cute. After we finished at the baby show we went and helped out at the GNE food booth. Next we went to Demolition Derby where we picked out our favourite demo cars. Finally we went to the Closing Ceremony that ended the 2017 GNE. After the fair we had lots of other duties we had to do. I went to the 4-H banquet and said a few words, then a Fair Board meeting and introduced myself to everyone. I also went to the Fashion Show and sold tickets on a necklace, I also was at the Craft Show. Starting in late November we attended four Santa Claus parades on the GNE float designed by Judy Ferguson. Collingwood was the first parade where we were surprised with rain - luckily Heather was prepared and gave us umbrellas. Next was Wasaga Beach where it was freezing and super long and just had to be the one where I forgot my mittens. Then we went to the Stayner parade and it was so warm that we didn't even need blankets. Finally we finished with the Creemore parade. I can't wait to finish the rest of my year. I would like to thank all of the volunteers and sponsors who made this all possible. I would also like to thank the Fair Board, the Ambassador Committee, the judges and our Junior Ambassador Sponsor – the Stayner Lions Club who make these competitions happen. Thank you so much for the opportunity so far I have enjoyed everything and can't wait to continue. Best of luck in 2018! Jocelyn Young
163rd Annual Fall Fair // Sept. 21, 22, 23, 2018
SENIOR AMBASSADOR’S MESSAGE
Hello, my name is Karen Van Staveren and I am proud to represent the Great Northern Exhibition as the 2017/2018 Senior Ambassador. I am honoured to represent the Collingwood Agricultural Society and the Fair at various events throughout the year. It is crazy to think that as I write this in March, my year is almost over. There are so many exciting events that Jocelyn and I have attended. From an overwhelmingly hot Fair weekend to some beautifully temperate Santa Claus Parades, it has be an exciting journey towards the Canadian National Exhibition in August 2018. Since assuming the title of Senior Ambassador, I have had the opportunity to attend various events and meet some amazing people in our community and in the greater agricultural society community. At each and every event I continue to expand my network and knowledge of agriculture and agricultural societies. Some highlights of my year include the Fair weekend where Jocelyn and I had opportunities to deliver ribbons, judge the Demolition Derby cars and ride in the Antique Tractor Parade. This past fall, Jocelyn and I attended the O.A.A.S. District 5 meeting where we met our fellow district ambassadors as well as a number of board members from other Fairs. We also attended a number of Santa Claus parades in the community, being occasionally mistaken for Santa with our float sleigh and reindeer. This February I also had the pleasure of attending the Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies convention where I participated in professional development and got to meet the other Fair ambassadors from around the province. A big thank you goes out to our tireless chaperones Melissa Ferguson, Jenn McCarl, Maureen McLeod, Rylee Sampson, Heather Walker and Olivia Walker for their support and guidance throughout the year. I would also like to take this time to thank the Ambassador Program judges and sponsors who make the program possible year after year. I am also extremely grateful to the Stayner Kinsmen Club and the Rotary Club of Collingwood who supply the scholarships for the Ambassador programs and who give us the privilege of pulling the winning mustang ticket (2017’s winner happened to be long time GNE volunteer, Yvonne Irvine). I would like to extend my thanks to the Fair Board for their continuous support of the program year after year. I am also grateful for all of the volunteers who continue to make the GNE a success every year. Without community support, Fairs like the GNE would not succeed the way we do. You all put so many hours in ensuring that the Fair, the Santa Claus parade float, the Fashion Show and all of the other events run smoothly, so thank you! I encourage everyone to get involved in their local community, whether it be with the GNE or any another community organization. They are always in need of support. There are so many advantages to volunteering including skills development, positive mental health, relationship building and giving back to the community. Volunteering has been one of the most rewarding experiences for me and I encourage everyone to get involved. Finally, I want to thank my ambassador partner through this all, Jocelyn Young, our Junior Ambassador. It has been a blast
getting to know you and see you grow more confident as the year has gone on. I know you will go on to do great things and I am so proud. As this year comes to an end I am excited to see what the future will have in store for me. This has been an exciting year for growth both personally and professionally. I am extremely grateful to all whom I have met in the last year and I will continue to be grateful beyond my year as Ambassador. The memories, relationships and experiences that I have had will continue to shape me wherever I may go in the future. Don’t expect me to roam too far however, as the ambassador program and GNE have a way of looping you back in! Thank you to everyone at the Great Northern Exhibition for this experience, I look forward to seeing everyone at the 2018 GNE! Karen
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10 G.N.E. OFFICERS
Past President.................................... Maureen McLeod President.....................................................Jim Kinnear 1st Vice-President.................................Joanne Gregson Homecraft President.............................Felicity Kinnear Homecraft Secretary..........................Maureen McLeod Treasurer...................................................... Jody Kraan Administrative Assistant...................... Deborah Mobbs
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1905-1907........W. A. Hogg 1908-1910 ...... W. A. Tom 1911-1914......John McKee 1915-1931..D. A. McArthur 1932-1933...J.E. Jamieson 1934-1938..D. A. McArthur 1939-1944..... D. A. Vancise 1945-1946...Donald Brown 1947-1949..GordonMcArthur DIRECTORS 1950-1952.........Wm. Hicks Glenda Brown, Kevin Brown, Maxine Coutts-Reid, Chris 1953-1954....John D. Currie Ferguson, Sara Ferguson, Darlene Garratt, Ashton Grant, 1955-1956.. Arnold Vancise Joanne Gregson, Debbie Harris, Clark Irvine, Felicity 1957-1958..R. G. McQueen 1959-1960.....Fred Rentner Kinnear, Jim Kinnear, Jody Kraan, Maureen McLeod, 1961-1962........Jas. Wright Susan McLeod, Garry Milne. 1963-1964.....Wm. Vancise 1965-1966...... Edgar Currie 1967-1968.....Russell Weir ASSOCIATE DIRECTORS 1969-1972…..Allan Sinclair Eleanor Anderson, Robin Ardila, Les Beattie, Jennifer 1973-1974…..Peter Currie Booth, Bev Boucher, Mike Boucher, Leonard Brillinger, Barbara Burgess, Sarah Burgess, Margaret Clarke, Jayne Coutts, Jim Cranswick, June Cranswick, Margaret Currie, George Czerny, Muriel Day, Tony Dittenhoffer, Cathy Doll, Debbie Eberhardt, Jen Edwards, Diane Edwards, Ken Edwards, Sara Edwards, Al Ewing, Iris Ewing, Cheryl Ferguson, Judy Ferguson, Melissa Ferguson, Lynn Gowan, Julie Grainger-Black, Lisa Hardisty, Ann Huskinson, Andrea Isaac, Mike Isaac, Yvonne Irvine, Alvin Jameson, Bill Keith, Gord Kemp, Manfred Leimgardt, Martina Leimgardt, Kathy Lemon, Barry Manchester, Marion McArthur, Milton McArthur, Robert McArthur, Ella McDermid, Margie McEachern, Maureen Millar, Ernie Mills, Karen Milne, Dorri Moulden, Louis Moulden, John Nichols, Liz O’Leary, Dorothy Ottewell, Bob Percy, Bob Plummer, Dorothy Plummer, David Reid, Tammy Rentner, Tanya Robitaille, Rylee Sampson, Matt Smith, Marilyn Steed, Leonard Thomas, Tyler Thomas, William Vancise, Heather Walker, Tanya Walker, Garry Wiggins, Marybeth Wilson, Teralyn Wilson.
Les Beattie, Maxine Coutts-Reid, Muriel Day, Manfred Leimgardt, Milton McArthur, Marion McArthur, Maureen McLeod, Garry Milne, John Nichols, Bob Plummer, Dorothy Plummer, Marybeth Wilson.
FRIENDS OF THE G.N.E.
Sadly we have lost the following Friend of the GNE throughout the past year: Howard Milne.
1975-1977… Norman Soules 1978-1979….Peter Currie 1979-1980...... Don Coutts 1981-1983..Russ Davidson 1984-1985.....Garry Milne 1986-1987......Carol Currie 1988-1989... George Pifher 1990-1992...Neil Metheral 1993-1995....... Les Beattie 1996-1997.. Ken McDermid 1998-1999....... Muriel Day 2000-2002....Dan Needles 2002-2003..... Jim Kinnear 2004-2005...MaxineCoutts-Reid 2006-2007...Bruce Burgess 2008-2009..JodyOttewellKraan 2010-2011......Garry Milne 2012-2013.....Eldie Benson 2014-2015.. Diane Edwards 2016-2017..MaureenMcLeod
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ADMISSIONS Joanne Gregson.......................................705-429-7782 ANTIQUE VEHICLE/ MACHINERY SHOW Bob Percy................................................. 705-445-0646 ANTIQUE TRACTOR PULL Bob Percy................................................. 705-445-0646 AMATEUR & PROFESSIONAL ART Gordon Kemp..........................................705-445-2412 AMBASSADOR COMPETITION Melissa Ferguson.....................................705-331-7554 BABY SHOW Robin Ardila.............................................705-446-9907 BEEF Maureen Millar........................................705-428-5053 CHILDREN’S ACTIVITY TENT Cheryl Ferguson.......................................705-446-2323 CHILDREN’S PEDAL TRACTOR PULL Ashton Grant...........................................705-441-1854 COLLECTABLE CORNER Manfred Leimgardt..................................705-428-2535 CULINARY ARTS Maxine Coutts-Reid.................................705-428-2261 DAIRY Tanya Walker............................................705-428-2021 DEMOLITION DERBY Steve Rawn/Chris Ferguson.....................705-444-0308 DRESSAGE Dorothy Ottewell.....................................705-445-5718 EDUCATION DAY Garry Milne/Kathy Lemon.......................705-444-2895 ENGLISH HORSE SHOW Sara Edwards...........................................705-539-0400 ENTERTAINMENT Debbie Harris...........................................705-444-0308 FIDDLE & STEP DANCE CONTEST Jim Kinnear..............................................705-444-1334 FIELD TRACTOR PULL Steve Rawn/Chris Ferguson.....................705-428-3350 FLOWERS Jayne Coutts............................................705-428-6107
11 FRUITS & VEGETABLES Manfred LeimgardT.................................705-428-2535 GRAIN & SEED David Reid................................................705-428-2261 HEAVY HORSES Robert McArthur.....................................705-828-3835 HOBBIES & CRAFTS Margaret Clarke.......................................705-445-0531 HOMECRAFT Felicity Kinnear........................................705-444-1334 HORSE PULL Chris Ferguson.........................................705-445-5775 JUNIOR FAIR, HOMECRAFT Cheryl Ferguson.......................................705-446-2323 JUNIOR LIVESTOCK Tanya Walker...........................................705-428-2021 JUNIOR &YOUTH TALENT SHOW Felicity Kinnear........................................705-444-1334 LIGHT HORSE & PONY SHOW Bill Keith.................................................. 705-734-8330 MINIATURE HORSE SHOW Marion McArthur.....................................705-466-3048 NEEDLECRAFT Karen Milne.............................................705-444-2895 PHOTOGRAPHY Liz O’Leary...............................................705-444-7875 POULTRY Bev Boucher.............................................705-444-6118 QUILTS & RUGS Susan McLeod.........................................705-444-2980 SHEEP & GOATS Garry Milne.............................................705-444-2895 SPECIAL EVENTS Steve Rawn..............................................705-428-3350 SPONSORSHIP PROGRAM Joanne Gregson.......................................705-429-7782 TRUCK PULL Steve Rawn/Chris Ferguson.....................705-428-3350 WELSH PONY & SPORTS PONY SHOW Rylee Sampson........................................705-794-4245 WESTERN HORSE SHOW Dorothy Ottewell.....................................705-445-5718
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163rd Annual Fall Fair // Sept. 21, 22, 23, 2018
GENERAL INFORMATION RULES & REGULATIONS Our PREMISES I.D. is Collingwood Agricultural Society #ON4229070 Intending exhibitors and visitors are requested to read carefully and consider the following rules and Regulations governing the Exhibition, which will be in all cases strictly enforced. 1. This body of persons shall be called The Collingwood Agricultural Society. The purpose of this Society shall be to stimulate good agricultural practice within the area and at every opportunity to project the image of agricultural and rural living to the public in general. Our Mission Statement is â€œTo maintain a home for the Great Northern Exhibition through Volunteer Commitment and Community Supportâ€?. 2. The fee for membership in the Society shall be $10.00 per senior member and $4.00 for Junior member (16 years & under) per annum. This entitles each member to the following: a.) Admission to the Fair for 1 (one) day. b.) The right to exhibit or compete, after payment of the entry fee, in any or all sections at the annual Fair. 3. While the Directors will take every possible precaution to ensure the safety of articles sent to the exhibition, the owners themselves must take the risk of exhibiting and should any article be accidentally damaged, lost or stolen the Directors will render all the assistance in their power toward its recovery, but will not make any payment of the value thereof. 4. Any person or exhibitor who shall interfere with the judges or directors while in discharge of their duties or who afterwards, on the premises of the Society, uses any contemptuous language to any of the directors or judges, in consequence of any award made to him or them, shall forfeit the rights to any premiums to which he might otherwise be entitled and may be excluded from exhibiting at the next annual exhibition. 5. The Society will not be responsible for any accident or injury to persons, animals, vehicles, or other personal property of, or belonging to those entering the Show Fairgrounds. 6. All exhibitors and competitors must be members of the Society. 7. On the first day of the Exhibition, the grounds and buildings will be open to exhibitors and their assistants for preparation, and all exhibits must be in their places and ready for judging by the time specified in each section of the prize list. 8. Articles of work which have been exhibited at any previous Great Northern Exhibition cannot be entered in competition for this year. All exhibits must be the work of the exhibitor. 9. Tags for entries can be obtained from the Fair office and are also available when entering exhibits on the Wednesday before the Fair. Each exhibitor will use the membership number for entries in each and every class. 10. All entries must be accompanied by proper mailing address including postal code, or the Society will not be responsible for payment of prize money or issuing of memberships and passes.
11. Prize winners are requested to cash their cheques promptly. 12. The Society will not be responsible for the payment of special prizes. In case of a tie between exhibitors or competitors for Special Awards of Prizes, the one with the greatest number of firsts shall be declared winner. 13. The Directors do not hold themselves responsible for the full amount of prizes offered in this list, but will, if the funds be not sufficient pay the largest percentage the funds will allow. 14. At the close of the Exhibition - 5:00 p.m. Sunday, exhibitors must take charge of their exhibits, and remove the same as early as possible. Any article or stand left in the buildings or grounds after this time will be at the risk of the owner. NOTE: All exhibits in the Agri-Cultural Building & Quonset Hut, must remain until 4 p.m., Sunday, or forfeit prize money. However, vehicles are NOT permitted up to the building until the fair closes at 5:00 p.m. 15. It does not follow that because a prize is offered for any particular animal or article that it must be awarded, unless there is proper competition, or unless the exhibit is really of sufficient merit to warrant the award being made. The judges are particularly requested to note this fact. The judges are requested to report to the Fair office immediately upon their arrival on the grounds. See time for judging in each section of the Prize List. No person shall be permitted in the horse or cattle ring during the time of judging except the judges, the groom, or any other person in charge of the animals. Any person who shall attempt to interfere with, or influence the judges while discharging their duties, or who shall at any time on the premises of the Society use abusive language to any judge in consequence of any award made by him shall forfeit the right to any premium which he might otherwise be entitled. Judges are particularly requested to immediately report any breach of this rule. 16. The Directors are endeavouring to obtain the best Judges possible and protests against awards will not be received; all decisions being considered final. Any exhibitor lodging a protest must make it in writing and must deliver it, accompanied by a deposit of $20.00, to the Secretary within one week of the cause of the protest. The deposit shall be retained by the said Society if the said protest is not sustained. 17. A fair quantity of straw will be available prior to the exhibition without charge to exhibitors. Any further supply required must be purchased or supplied by the exhibitors themselves. 18. The presentation of any animals in the Horse Ring may be ordered by the Committee on livestock, for review purposes, at any time during the exhibition and any exhibitor or attendant refusing to bring such animals into the ring when so required, shall forfeit any premiums that may have been awarded them.
163rd Annual Fall Fair // Sept. 21, 22, 23, 2018
Date: Friday Sponsors: Independent Order of Oddfellows Collingwood Lodge 54 Co-Chairs: Garry Milne 705-444-2895, Kathy Lemon We invite all Grade 3 and Grade 7 students in West Zone schools to participate in an agricultural learning experience on Friday of the Fair. Some of the displays include sheep shearing, a dairy display with the cows being milked, quilting, farm machinery and other displays pertaining to rural life. As we cannot have all students each year, we have invited Grade 3 and Grade 7. There is a lot to see for everyone so feel free to come out on Friday to participate in this special day. On Saturday and Sunday we continue education with cow milking demonstrations, sheep shearing, and other displays. These are educational days for all fairgoers.
GREAT NORTHERN EXHIBITION and COLLINGWOOD OPTIMIST CLUB PRESENT JUNIOR & YOUTH AMATEUR TALENT SHOW
Date: Friday of Fair weekend Time: 6:00 p.m. Chairperson: Felicity Kinnear 705-444-1334 Vocal • Instrumental • Dance • Variety Rules & Registration Forms available from www.greatnorthernex. com or Felicity Kinnear at email firstname.lastname@example.org. Entry Fee: Paid admission to the fair. ADVANCE REGISTRATION ONLY; NO LATER THAN SEPTEMBER 17, 2018 *N.B. We are no longer affiliated with CAFE National Youth Talent
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Friday September 21st, 2018 Time: 6:00 p.m. Sponsors: Crave the Chocolatier, Stayner Home Hardware, Split Enz Hair Salon, Dr. Proctor, Dds & Dr. Palmay, Dds Stayner Dental Centre, Stuart Ellis Pharmacy, North Slope Farm, Essentially Oiled 52, Miss Holly’s Spa, Joanne Gregson, Mylar & Loreta’s Chairperson: Melissa Ferguson 705-331-7554 email@example.com Committee: Maureen McLeod 705-466-5531, Heather Walker 705-428-3026, Rylee Sampson 705-794-4245 RULES: 1. Two age categories: Junior Ambassador – competitors should be in grades 6, 7, or 8 in September 2018. Senior Ambassador – competitors should be 18 years of age by August 2019 and up to 23 years of age by August 2019. These are the Canadian National Exhibition rules. 2. Must be a resident of the Georgian Triangle area. 3. Be willing to take part in the entire fair weekend and follow up with parades, banquets, and other events as required to enhance the fair representation in the community. Will be required to stay at the fair each day until all ribbons and presentations are done, as required by various committees. 4. Open to young people of both genders. Not available to previous winners of the scholarship. 5. Along with your application, prepare a one page typed biography highlighting the following points: You and your family, school life, hobbies and interests, and future goals. 6. Juniors will prepare a 2 to 3 minute speech. Seniors are to prepare a 4 to 5 minute speech. Topics are: agriculture, rural life, or fairs. The speech will be presented before judges and the fair audience. 7. Junior and Senior competitors will answer an impromptu question from the judges. 8. Contestants will attend a social event in the weeks before the fair for interviews with the judges and a rehearsal. The date will depend on the availability of all persons involved. One parent should attend if possible. Display photos will be taken at this time. 9. The outgoing ambassador will receive his/her $1000 cheque when he/she gives up the crown on the Friday evening at the end of their reign. (The competition must have 2 competitors in order for the winning contestant to receive the scholarship) 2nd place will receive $200.00, 3rd place will receive $100.00, and 4th place will receive $50.00. Juniors will receive $100.00 for 1st
163rd Annual Fall Fair // Sept. 21, 22, 23, 2018 place, $75.00 for 2nd place, and $50.00 for 3rd place. We do not announce the names of the last 2 competitors. All candidates will receive gift packages appropriate for their gender and age. 10. All senior competitors must sign a contract with the Ambassador Committee prior to competition night to understand their yearly duties. A parent must be present at the time of signing. Signing will take place at the interview night held the week before the competition. 11. Applications are available at the Fair Office 705-444-0308, on our website, or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org 12. Deadline for entries will be Friday September 7th, 2018 and will be closed sooner if 4 senior and 5 junior competitors have submitted their entries. Contact committee members to make sure the application was received. 13. Changes and adjustments may be made at the discretion of the judges and committee members before Friday September 21st, 2018 if deemed necessary.
CHILDREN’S ACTIVITY TENT
Date: Saturday & Sunday Sponsors: Collwest Grain Ltd, Tim Hortons, AV Custom Woodworking Chairperson: Cheryl Ferguson 705-446-2323 Committee: Sara Ferguson, Kendra Ferguson, Chelcy Ferguson, Alicia Wilson, and Ashton Grant The Children’s Activity Tent is a rest space available for families that provides activities for the children at no cost including; • Farm Toy Implement Grain Tables • Hands on Activity Areas • Make and Take Craft Centres • Colouring Sheets Parents are responsible for the supervision of their children. Volunteers are present from 9:00 am – 4:00 pm and also offer a few hours of free face painting over the weekend (times will be posted in the tent on fair weekend).
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163rd Annual Fall Fair // Sept. 21, 22, 23, 2018
ANTIQUE VEHICLE/MACHINERY SHOW
ANTIQUE TRACTOR PULL
Date: Friday, Saturday, Sunday
Sponsor: Carquest Auto Parts-Collingwood, Doug Hogg Auto Service, Collingwood Fuels, Doug Clarke Haulage
Time: 12:00 p.m.
Chairperson: Bob Percy 705-445-0646 All types of antique tractors, machinery, engines, etc. Displayed all day Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Machinery should be on grounds Friday and Saturday. Please register at the GNE Registration Trailer upon arrival. Registration: Free with $10.00 per person admission fee to the Fair. Exhibitors must have proof of one million dollars ($1,000,000) of liability insurance. We cordially invite all tractor clubs and individual tractor buffs and owners of equipment and memorabilia to participate in the Antique Tractor Show. ALL ANTIQUE VEHICLES WELCOME AND INVITED TO JOIN THE PARADE AT NOON ON SATURDAY!
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Sponsors: Great Lakes Trophies, Reg Morrison, D & L Variety, Lafreniere Auto Sales, Earth Power Tractors & Equipment, Kells Service Centre Inc. Chairperson: Bob Percy 705-445-0646 Committee: Chris Ferguson 705-441-3637 RULES: 1. Register at the GNE Registration Trailer 2. Weigh-in to start at 11:30 am 3. Only the winners of each class are allowed to add weights to enter the next class. 4. Competitors must have proof of one million dollars ($1,000,000) of liability insurance. SECTIONS: Up to 3500, 4500, 5500, 6500, 7500, 8500, 9500, 10500, 11500, 13000; 4500 & 5500 Modified. PRIZE MONEY: Each Section: $35 1st prize, $25 2nd prize and $15 3rd prize. Prize money in sections 10500, 11500, 13000 donated by Kells Service Centre Inc. Trophies Sponsored By: Section 3500 Collingwood Fuels Section 4500 In Memory of Charlie McLeod Section 5500 In Memory of Donald McLean Section 6500 Bob Percy Section 7500 Jack Van Neikerk Section 8500 In Memory of Glen Millsap Section 9500 Mountain View Farm Section 10500 Great Lakes Trophies Section 11500 In Memory of Don Hurst Section 13500 Great Lakes Trophies Section 5500 Modified Great Lakes Trophies
163rd Annual Fall Fair // Sept. 21, 22, 23, 2018
SPECIAL EVENTS SCHEDULE 2018
The Quilt Draw 2018
Friday, September 21
Local Class Truck Pull
Registration: 5:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.
Pull at 7:00 p.m. (Followed by Highway Tractors and Dump Trucks)
Saturday, September 22
Lawn Tractor Pull Registration: 10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.
1st Prize - Quilt
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2nd Prize - Handcrafted Article 3rd Prize - Basket of Preserves
Pull at 12:00 p.m.
Field Tractor Pull Registration: 3:00 – 4:30 p.m.
Super Mod Truck and Tractor Pull (Followed by field tractor pull) 5:00 p.m.)
Sunday, September 23
Demolition Derby 1:00 p.m.
Tickets are available from Collingwood Agricultural Society Homecraft members
Draw will take place on Sunday, September 23 at 4 p.m. at The GNE Fairgrounds Special thanks to all the ladies who helped make the quilt and to all of the volunteers who have donated their time to sell tickets. The Annual Quilt Draw is an important part of the Fair so without your help, this would not be possible.
163rd Annual Fall Fair // Sept. 21, 22, 23, 2018
LAWN TRACTOR PULL
Date: Saturday Time: 12:00 p.m. at the Special Events Area Registration: 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. Chairperson: Chris Ferguson (705) 441-3637 RULES: All competitors must pay a membership fee of $10.00 to the Collingwood Agricultural Society and sign a waiver form that will be provided at the time of entry. 2018 S.O.L.T.R.A. Tractor Rules apply. There will be 4 classes. S.O.L.T.R.A. Tractor Classifications: Class 1 – Stock: for drivers ten years old and up Class 2 – Super-stock: for drivers 12 years old and up Class 3 – Modified: for drivers 14 years old and up Class 4 – Super-modified: for drivers 16 years old and up See the GNE website: www.greatnorthernex.com for rules, regulations and entry forms or call the chairperson.
G.N.E LOCAL CLASS TRUCK PULL
Date: Friday Time: 7:00 p.m. Registration: 5:00 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. at the Special Events Area. Sponsors: Snap On Tools, Greenview Graphics, Stayner Rental, LT Equipment, Hanna Motors, K. Ferguson Enterprises, Contractors Rental Supply (CRS), Speedy Auto Glass, Church’s Farm Supply, J & R Cycle Co-Chairpersons: Steve Rawn 705-428-3350 & Chris Ferguson 705-441-3637 Committee: Leonard Thomas, Kyle Ferguson, Kent Ferguson, Sara Ferguson, Mike Blais, and Ashton Grant Hookup fee: $25.00 per truck (includes GNE membership fee). PRIZES: 1st $40.00, 2nd $30.00, 3rd $20.00. Prize money and bragging rights awarded to winners of each class. Prize money must be picked up at registration trailer immediately following the last class, otherwise it will be considered a donation to the GNE. RULES: 1. Participants must wear a CSA approved helmet. 2. Every truck will be checked by a committee member at time of registration. Committee has the right to accept or reject any vehicle, with Track Official (Leonard Thomas) having final say. 3. Only licensed and insured street legal 4x4 trucks can pull 4. Pump gas only. No race fuels, pressurized fuels, or oxidizers of any kind. This includes alcohol, propane, nitrous, and oxygen. 5. Pullers must supply their own hitch and clevis at 22 inches. 6. Drive shaft hoops are required for trucks that have 35 inch tires or higher and / or an exposed drive line. 7. No loose items in truck bed or cab. 8. Weights must be secured.
17 9. Suspension must move ½ inch 10. Drivers must be 16 years of age, as of September 1st, 2018, and have a valid driver’s license. Committee has the right to request to see driver’s license Classes: 1. 4-Wheel Drive Street Legal Gas Powered Truck (under 6500lbs) 2. 4-Wheel Drive Street Legal Gas Powered Truck (over 6500lbs) 3. 4-Wheel Drive Street Legal Diesel Powered Truck (local 8500lbs) Stock truck with no suspension or engine modifications 4. 4-Wheel Drive Street Legal Diesel Powered Truck (Competitive 8500lbs) 5. 4-Wheel Drive Street Legal Diesel Powered Truck (Open 10000lbs) - Hanging weights permitted Note: Local class truck pulls will be followed by Highway Tractors and Dump Trucks. Classes will be determined based on registrations. Note: A sanctioned Truck and Tractor Pull put on by The Great Lakes Truck & Tractor Pullers Association on Saturday
163rd Annual Fall Fair // Sept. 21, 22, 23, 2018
18 DEMOLITION DERBY
Date: Sunday Time: 1:00 p.m. Sponsors: Stayner Rental, Darpark, Bates Sand And Gravel, Contractors Rental Supply (CRS), Greenview Graphics, Hanna Motors, LT Equipment, Midwest Metals, Carquest Auto Parts - Stayner, and Snap On Tools Co-Chairpersons: Steve Rawn 705-428-3350 & Chris Ferguson 705-441-3637 Committee: Mike Blais, Leonard Thomas See the G.N.E. website: www.greatnorthernex.com for rules, regulations and entry forms or call chairperson. RULES: All competitors must sign a waiver form that will be provided at time of entry.
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(starts Saturday at 5:00 p.m.) hosted by The Great Lakes Truck & Tractor Pullers Association G.N.E. FIELD TRACTOR PULL Class 37 (to follow) hosted by the G.N.E. Date: Saturday Time: 5:00 p.m. at Special Events Area Registration/Weigh in Time: 4:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. Sponsors: Collingwood Fuels, Collwest Grain Ltd., LT Equipment, BJS Farm Supply, K. Ferguson Enterprises, Richards Equipment Inc., Hanna Motors, Contractors Rental Supply (CRS), Church’s Farm Supply, Greenview Graphics, Stayner Timber Mart Co-Chairpersons: Steve Rawn 705-428-3350 & Chris Ferguson 705-441-3637 Committee: Ray Van Campen, Mike Blais, Leonard Thomas RULES: 1. 2018 O.T.T.P.A. Rules will apply. 2. Drivers must be 16 years of age, as of Sept. 1, 2018, to enter. 3. Competitors must have proof of one million dollars ($1,000,000) of liability insurance. 4. Contact Chairperson for clarification of rules. 5. 4 Wheel Drive must pull in 4 Wheel Drive Class only. 6. WEIGHT CLASSES WILL BE STRICTLY ENFORCED. 7. Entry Fee: $20.00/Class to a maximum of 2 Classes. 8. All competitors must pay a membership fee of $10.00 to the Collingwood Agricultural Society and sign a waiver form that will be provided at time of entry. PRIZES: 1st $40.00, 2nd $30.00, 3rd $20.00, 4th $10.00 to be mailed. SECTIONS: STOCK FARM TRACTORS 1800. 2WD up to 10,000 lbs. 1801. 2WD 10,001 - 14,000 lbs. 1802. 2WD 14,001 - 18,000 lbs. 1803. 2WD 18,001 - 22,000 lbs. 1804. 4WD up to 10,000 lbs. 1805. 4WD 10,001 - 14,000 lbs. 1806. 4WD 14,001 - 18,000 lbs. 1807. 4WD 18,001 - 22,000 lbs. 1808. 4WD 22,001 - 26,000 lbs. 1809. Open *Note: Committee has the right to change the weight
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FIDDLE and STEP - DANCE CONTEST
51 CHILDREN’S PEDAL TRACTOR PULL
Date:1st Saturday, September 22 4th $50; 5th $50; 6th Date: September 22 pleased to present The Junior PRIZES: $100; 2nd $85; 3rd $65; 1402.Saturday JUNIOR SECTION: We are The prize willfront be mailed directly toTent each exhibitor 1:30money p.m. in of Children’s Showmanship Halter Section for boysSept and girls, In-person Registration Time: Saturday 22nd eighteen from 8:30 $50.Time: from the Ontario Belgian Horse Association. This section will years old and under, open to all Draft Breeds. Prize a.m. – 9:00 a.m. Registration: 12:30 p.m. follow Section 1408. Money: 1st - $15; 2nd - $12; 3rd - $10; 4th - $8; 5th - $5; Competition Time: 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. and 1:30 p.m. to Sponsor: K. Ferguson Enterprises 6th - $5; 7th - $5; 8th - $5; 9th - $5; 10th - $5. HITCH SECTIONS 6:00 p.m. 1403. Ontario Belgian Horse Association – Junior Chairperson: Ashton of Light Draft (maresGrant or geldings). Hitched to vehicle. Sponsors: Hamilton Bros. Farm and Building Supplies,Team Showmanship Program Eligibility: Open to Youths 18 & Prize Money: $70, $60, 50, $45, $40, all other entriesAshton $30 forGrant Committee: Kent Ferguson, Kyle Ferguson, Barrie Thornton Old Tyme Fiddle Club under, as of January 1, 2017, showing a Belgian Horse on Sections 1427, 1428, 1429, 1430. Chairperson: Jim Kinnear 705-446-8745 PRIZE MONEY: 1st - $5.00; 2nd - $3.00; 3rd - $2.00 line, competitors in this section receive points 1427. Belgians. Trophy donated by Doug Clarke & Family in Order the of Play: First registered, last towill play. towards OBHA Youth Program. ONE year & fee. RULES AND Memory of REGULATIONS: Carter Awender. Entry Fee: theYour admission to theStallions Fair is your entry over may not be used. Ribbon Section only. 1. Clydesdales. The contestant be by able toCraft, pedalNottawa. the tractor without 1427. Haltermust donated Tire RULES: as posted on our Website. assistance. Prizes: $45; $35; $25; $23; $20; $15; $13; $10; $8; $6. 1427. Percherons. Trophy donated by Doug Clarke & Family, in Advance Registration: 2. Memory Pedal tractors be furnished for participants. of Myrnawill Clarke. Line Sections Bemail@example.com (Belgians) C- (Clydesdale) P- (Percherons) email at: 3. All contestants must wear shoes. B Nottawa, C ON L0M P 1P0 1427. Commercials. Halter donated by Lewis Motors. By Mail: Fiddle Contest, Box 100, 4. Contestants will be given chances toorget the sled 1432. Junior Driver - 18 years & underthree - a team of mares For more information Registered Yeld Mare, go to www.greatnorthernex.com moving from the starting line. geldings hitched to a vehicle, accompanied by a capable 4 years old and over. 1404 1411 1418 5. driver. The $20.00 tractorprize mustto stay the lines of the pulling each between driver. Registered Filly, three year old. 1405 1412 1419 lane at all times. 1433. Driving Competition. Prize Money for section A and 6. B:If$60, the$50, tractor leaves the pulling the distance will be Registered Brood Mare with foal by all remaining entries $40.lane Sponsored by measured from the starting line to the point where the side or evidence of being in foal. 1406 1413 1420 Creemore Veterinary Services. tractor crossed the boundary. See course diagram below. Registered Foal - Filly or Colt 7. In case of a tie there will be a pull off to determine the current year. 1407 1414 1421 EACH FARM CAN ONLY ENTER ONCE winner. Registered yearling - Filly or Colt. 1408 1415 1422 EITHER SECTION “B” 8. There will“A” beOR four sections: Registered Filly - 2 year old. 1409 1416 1423 A – Teams Hitched to a Wagon B– Single Horse in a CART Section 1. - 30 to 45 pounds Two year old and over, Gelding. 1410 1417 1424 Section 2. - 46 to 60 pounds Section 3. - 61 to 75 pounds 1425. Grand Champion (On Line). 1st prize winner from every line Section 4. - 76 to 90 pounds class open to Percherons, Clydesdales and Belgians. Halter 9. Both boys and girls up to 12 years as of September 1, donated by Milton and Marion McArthur, Creemore. 2018 are eligible. Winner receives The Ross Beattie Recognition Trophy 10. Judges decision will be final. and $40.00 Reserve Champion $20.00 11. All contestants must be present by the time of 1426. SPECIAL: We are very pleased to be hosting the Ontario pedal pull with a signed permission slip in hand. The Bred and Sired Yearling Belgian Filly Class at the 2017 required signature of a parent or guardian releases the Great Northern Exhibition. The following are the criteria and Collingwood Agricultural Society from any responsibility information for your consideration. ONTARIO BRED AND due to an accident. SIRED REGISTERED BELGIAN YEARLING FILLY Eligibility: 12. Registration in frontorof Children’s Tenttoone hour before The fillies must have been nominated with the Ontario Team of Heavy Draft (mares geldings). Hitched vehicle. pedal pull. Belgian Horse Association by February 1, 2017. Total prize Prize money $70, $60, $50, $45, $40, all other entries $30 for 13. Only first 25 children in each section will be qualified money for this class is $400.00 of which $300.00 comes Sections 1434,the 1435, 1436, 1437. to participate. Child must be accompanied from the Ontario Belgian Horse Association. This section 1434. Belgians. Halter donated by Curriedale Farms, by an adult or guardian at the time of registration and during the event. is sponsored in part by Marjorie Beattie. Collingwood.
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163rd Annual Fall Fair // Sept. 21, 22, 23, 2018
G.N.E BABY SHOW
Date: Sunday, September 23 Time: 10:30 a.m.
Sponsors: Little Labels, Arbonne by Stephanie French, Dr. Reddick, Chrystal Clear Designs, and also gift show products supplied by local merchants. Chairperson: Robin Ardila 705-446-9907 Committee: Taylor-Marie Pease, Betty Ardila, Owen McDermid RULES: 1. Entries must be received NO LATER than the MONDAY prior to the Fair. Entry forms and rules available at GNE Office 705-444-0308 at the Fairgrounds or on the GNE website www.greatnorthernex.com 2. Maximum number of babies entered will be 40. 3. Each child will be judged by the public attending the Fair based on a picture of a child provided by a parent or guardian. 4. The picture of the child should be NO larger than 4” x 6” with NO OTHER PERSON OR ANIMAL INCLUDED. Do not mount the photo. Write the baby’s name on the back of the photo in case the photo and entry form get separated.
5. No names will be attached to the picture during the judging process. 6. There will be 6 age categories plus President’s, Junior Ambassador and Senior Ambassador’s choices: 0-12 Months Boy 0-12 Months Girl 13-24 Months old Boy 1324 Months old Girl 25-36 Months old Boy 25-36 Months old Girl 7. Highest number of votes per category will be declared the winner. 8. Each vote costs 25¢ to a maximum of 8 votes ($2.00) per person to ensure every child an equal chance. Anything over a $2.00 coin amount, in any jar, will be considered a donation to the Fair. (Ex: If a ten dollar bill is in a jar only $2.00 will be counted towards that baby and the rest will be a donation to the Fair). 9. Judging starts with the opening of the Fair on Friday until 9:00 pm Saturday night. Display is in the Agricultural Building. 10. Any person at the Fair is eligible to vote. 11. BABIES ENTERED MUST BE PRESENT SUNDAY at 10:30 a.m. in the Agricultural Building for the awards. 12. All money raised, except that awarded for prizes, will be donated to the Fair for use for future baby contests.
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163rd Annual Fall Fair // Sept. 21, 22, 23, 2018
Judging Standards Exhibits & Displays 20 General Appearance 25 Power to attract & hold attention 40 Message 15 Quality of Materials Handicrafts 15 General Appearance 50 Creative Design, Colour & Materials 35 Craftsmanship Quilts 15 General Appearance 40 Design, Colour & Materials 45 Workmanship Clothing 20 Design, Colour & Materials 40 Workmanship (outside) 40 Workmanship (inside)
Yeast Bread & Rolls 30 General Appearance 30 Internal Appearance 40 Flavour & Aroma Quick Breads 30 General Appearance 30 Internal Appearance 40 Flavour Pies & Tarts (2 crusts) 20 General Appearance 50 Crust 30 Filling Most Cut Flowers 25 Form 30 Condition 20 Colour 15 Stem & Foliage 10 Size Candy 25 General Appearance 35 Texture 40 Flavour
Pies & Tarts (1 crust) 15 General Appearance 35 Crust 50 Filling Cakes 30 General Appearance 30 Internal Appearance 40 Flavour Fruitcakes 30 General Appearance 30 Internal Appearance 40 Flavour & Aroma Cookies 30 General Appearance 30 Internal Appearance 40 Flavour Canned Fruits & Tomatoes 30 General Appearance 30 Texture 40 Flavour
Jams, Jellies & Marmalade 35 General Appearance 25 Texture 40 Flavour Cut Flower Display 60 Cultural Quality & Condition 40 Artistic Design & Colour Harmony Pickles & Relishes 40 General Appearance 35 Flavour & Aroma 25 Texture Arrangements 35 Design 20 Creativity 20 Distinction 15 Conformance 10 Condition
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Homecraft Division 1. Membership fees may be paid, and forms may be obtained and filled out, before the Fair or at the time entries are placed in the hall. Reception times for entries are Wednesday, September 19th from 10:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m., and Thursday, September 20th from 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. Judging to begin at 10:00 a.m. 2. The membership fee entitles the exhibitor to enter any class of the Fair, provided that the exhibitor places only one entry per section. Violation could disqualify the exhibitor in the section and in other sections. 3. All exhibits must be the work of the exhibitor and must not have been previously exhibited at G.N.E. 4. No membership fee is required if the exhibitor is a resident of a long term care facility. 5. Mounting, if required, must be on Bristol board or the equivalent. 6. Space limitations may make it necessary to display only winning entries. 7. Entry tags must be attached to each entry securely, one for each entry. If you are a first time exhibitor in any section, please mark your tag for that section “NEW ”. 8. Exhibits, in the Agri-Cultural Building & Quonset Building, may be removed beginning at 4:00 p.m., Sunday. However, vehicles are NOT permitted up to the Buildings until the fair closes at 5:00 p.m. 9. Entry Forms, tags, and Prize Books may be picked up at the GNE Fair Office. 10. Ensure that all material samples required are attached securely to each entry. Failure to attach required samples will result in disqualification for that entry.
ONTARIO ASSOCIATION OF AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES ANNUAL HAND QUILTED CHAMPIONSHIP QUILT COMPETITION
ELIGIBILITY RULES AND REGULATIONS General Conditions: A. Entries must be solely made and hand quilted by the exhibitor and exhibited and judged at a local Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies (OAAS) to be eligible for this competition. B. Entry quilts must be a minimum of 324” measured on the perimeter (smaller quilts will not be eligible to proceed to the next level of competition) C. The winner’s name and pattern to be displayed at the Fair on sign provided by OAAS. D. Judging will occur at local fairs and district levels. A Provincial Grand Champion Quilt will be selected at the Annual OAAS Convention. E. Upon making an entry into the Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies Quilt Competition, the Exhibitor agrees to participate in any promotional activities related
163rd Annual Fall Fair // Sept. 21, 22, 23, 2018 District Competitions: 1. Judging quilts at the District Competitions will be the responsibility of each OAAS District. 2. The first place winning hand quilted quilt from the District Competition is eligible to enter the Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies Championship Quilt Competition at their Annual Convention. In cases where the winner of the District First Prize Quilt decides not to enter the Final Championship Competition, the Second Prize quilt winner at the District Competition will be eligible. 3. The Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies will award a ribbon and each district will award prize money of $25 for first Place, $15 for second and $10 for third place to exhibitors of winning hand quilted quilts at each District Competition. 4. District results must be registered on the OAAS Championship Quilt Entry Form, returned to the OAAS c/o Vince Brennan, by December 1st. Provincial Competition: 1. Judges who are officiating the Championship Quilt Competition at the Annual Convention will be appointed by the Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies. 2. All quilts, entered in the competition must be hand quilted. 3. All quilt entries must be received for judging by the Competition Coordinator in the designated room between 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. on Friday of the Annual Convention of the OAAS. 4. The Competition Coordinator will assign a number for each entry. Entries will only be identified by this number during the judging process. 5. No Exhibitor shall be permitted to place or attach any Fair or other Exhibition identification on their quilt entry. Please remove all tags, ribbons, etc. 6. No persons other than the judges and designated officials will be permitted to enter the designated judging room until after the quilt judging and winner has been announced. 7. Any Exhibitor or any person acting on behalf of the Exhibitor who violates any of the Rules and Regulations or who interferes with the judges or the judging process shall be disqualified and the quilt will be removed from the competition. 8. No quilt exhibit shall be removed from the display viewing area until the official closing of the viewing room and designated time of pick up. 9. The OAAS shall not be held liable for any loss occasioned by fire, theft, accident, condition of quilt, the negligence of other Exhibitors, officials or otherwise. 10. Any protests must be made to the Homecraft Committee of the Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies in writing within 5 working days after the last day of the Convention. 11. The entry judged BEST of SHOW at the February Convention will be declared the OAAS CHAMPIONSHIP QUILT. A $500.00 GRAND PRIZE will be awarded and the Exhibitor will retain ownership of the quilt. A certificate and ribbon will also be awarded to the winner. A $100 RESERVE GRAND PRIZE will be awarded and the Exhibitor will retain ownership of the quilt.
163rd Annual Fall Fair // Sept. 21, 22, 23, 2018
ONTARIO ASSOCIATION OF AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES ANNUAL MACHINE-QUILTED QUILT COMPETITION
ELIGIBILITY, RULES AND REGULATIONS General Conditions: 1. Quilt must be solely made and machine quilted by the exhibitor and exhibited and judged at a local Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies (OAAS) fair to be eligible for this competition. 2. Quilt to be measured on the perimeter .Total perimeter measurement to be a minimum of 324 inches. Note the quilt can be square, rectangular etc. 3. Judging will occur at local fairs and district levels. A Provincial Grand Champion Machine Quilted Quilt will be selected at the Annual OAAS Convention. 4. Upon making entry into the OAAS Machine Quilting Competition, the Exhibitor agrees to participate in any promotional activities related to the competition. 5. The winning OAAS Machine Quilted Quilt will not be eligible to compete in any future District and/or OAAS Provincial competition. 6. The winner’s name to be displayed at the Fair on sign provided by OAAS. 7. Quilt must have visible machine quilting. Local Fair Competitions: 1. Each local fair is entitled to send only one Grand Champion
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Machine-Quilted Quilt, judged best of show of all eligible machine quilted Quilt to the District Competition OR If any entry wins Grand Champion or Best of Show of all eligible Machine-Quilted Quilts at more than one Fair, the other Fairs at which this item was entered and won, should enter their Reserve Champion or Second Best of Show of eligible Machine-Quilted Quilt in the District Competition. NOTE: If an Exhibitor wins Grand Champion or Best of Show of all eligible Machine-Quilted classes at other than his/ her own fair, or at more than one Fair, the Exhibitor must consider the Agricultural Society nearest his/her home address as the one from which the Quilt will be sent to the District competition. 2. An Exhibitor who wins more than one Best of Show title with a different machine quilted Quilt at different Fairs shall be entitled to enter each winning Quilt to compete at the District Competition. 3. Local Homecraft Divisions are requested to judge a Grand Champion or Best of Show of all eligible Machine-Quilted Quilt as well as a Reserve Champion or Second Best of Show of eligible Machine-Quilted Quilt. The Grand Champion and Reserve Grand Champion are judged from all first and second prize ELIGIBLE machine quilted Quilts. District Competitions: 1. Judging at the District Competitions will be the responsibility of each OAAS District. 2. The first place winning machine quilted Quilt from the District Competition is eligible to enter the OAAS Championship Machine Quilting Competition at the Annual Convention. In cases where the winner of the District first prize machine quilted Quilt decides not to enter the Final Championship Competition, the Second Prize Quilt winner at the District Competition will be eligible. 3. The Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies will award a ribbon and the District will award prize money of $25.00 for first place, $15.00 for second place and $10.00 for third place to exhibitors of winning machine quilted Quilts at each District Competition. 4. District entries must be registered on the OAAS Championship Machine Quilting Entry Form, returned to the OAAS Office Manager by December 1. Provincial Competition: 1. Judges who officiate at the Championship Machine Quilting Competition at the Annual Convention will be appointed by the OAAS. 2. All articles entered in the competition must be machine quilted. 3. All entries must be received for judging by the competition coordinator in the designated room between 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. on the Friday of the Annual Convention of OAAS. 4. The competition coordinator will assign a number for each entry. This number will only identify entries during the judging process. 5. No exhibitor shall be permitted to place or attach any Fair or other Exhibitor identification on his or her entry. Please remove all tags, ribbons, etc.
163rd Annual Fall Fair // Sept. 21, 22, 23, 2018
24 6. No persons other than the judges and designated officials will be permitted to enter the designated judging room until after the judging and winner has been announced. 7. Any Exhibitor or any person acting on behalf of the Exhibitor who violates any of the Rules and Regulations or who interferes with the judges or the judging process shall be disqualified and the entry will be removed from the competition. 8. No machine quilted Quilt shall be removed from the display viewing area until the official closing of the viewing room and designated time of pick up. 9. The OAAS shall not be held liable for any loss occasioned by fire, theft, accident, condition of article, the negligence of other Exhibitors, officials or otherwise. 10. Any protests must be made to the Homecraft Division of the OAAS in writing within 5 working days after the last day of the Convention. 11. The entry judged Best of Show at the February Convention will be declared the OAAS Champion Machine Quilted Quilt. A $500.00 GRAND PRIZE will be awarded and the Exhibitor will retain ownership of the quilt. A certificate and ribbon will also be awarded to the winner. A $100 RESERVE GRAND PRIZE will be awarded and the Exhibitor will retain ownership of the quilt.
QUILTS AND RUGS (Class 1)
Sponsor: Bill Brown Woodworking and Building Supplies LTD Chairperson: Susan McLeod 705-444-2980, Eleanor Anderson, Margaret Currie, Marjorie Ferguson, Mildred McInnis, Marg Webb, Sharon McKean, Joanne Leal, Linda McNichol. IMPORTANT NOTES: 1. Notwithstanding Homecraft Rule #3, it is recognized that quilts have traditionally been made by cooperative effort, and they may be entered by individuals provided that credit is given to the person or persons who cooperated in the production. Such quilts will be eligible for prizes offered by the GNE, but will not be eligible for the OAAS competitions. 2. Credit must be given to the designer of the pattern used in any quilt. Please specify if it is own design, traditional design, or design made by another person. If designed by another person, be sure to have permission to display the design publicly. 3. Please read section specifications carefully - there are size requirements for many of the quilt sections. OAAS Competition standards have been revised. 4. Unless otherwise stated, quilts are to be hand quilted. 5. Please avoid use of straight pins (for labels, etc.). 6. All quilts larger than crib quilts must have a rod pocket at least 4” (10 cm.) in depth attached to top back. You must pin or baste on a temporary pocket if there is none on the quilt. This facilitates hanging and avoids damage to your quilt. First or any prize will be awarded at the discretion of the judges.
PLEASE NOTE SECTIONS ESPECIALLY FOR YOUNG PEOPLE WHO MAKE QUILTS. SECTIONS 001 to 009 must conform to the size rules for the OAAS Annual Championship Hand Quilt Competition: Total perimeter must measure a minimum of 324” (822 cm.). Entries in these sections will be considered for the “Grand Champion” and “Reserve Champion” ribbons given to the quilts eligible to compete in this competition. They must be hand quilted by the maker/ exhibitor to be eligible for the OAAS competition. Credit must be given: please state if quilt is a sole effort or a group effort (include name of group or collaborator). Prizes for these sections (unless otherwise mentioned) will be: 1st $30, 2nd $25, 3rd $20. We encourage you to incorporate the 2018 Fair theme “Machines on the Farm” in as many entries as possible. SECTIONS: 1. Pieced quilt. 2. Special: Harry Hamilton Construction: $35, $25, $20. Applique quilt (hand appliqued) 3. Hand Embroidered quilt (e.g. embroidered with cotton, silk or wool threads). 4. Plain quilt (whole cloth), personally designed for quilter; to be judged especially on quilting. 5. Quilt made using more than one decorative technique, such as piecing, appliqué, embroidery, etc. in combination. 6. Sampler quilt (every block different). 7. Paper pieced quilt. 8. Traditional design quilt 9. Quilt: Exhibitor's choice, hand quilted by exhibitor. The following ten sections, 10-18 must conform to the size rules for the OAAS Machine Quilt Competition: Quilt to be measured on the perimeter. Total perimeter measurement to be a minimum of 324 inches (822 cm.). Note the quilt can be square, rectangular etc. They may be machine quilted by any type of machine. Entries in these sections will be considered for the “Grand Champion” and “Reserve Champion” ribbons given to the quilts eligible to compete in this competition. Only those machine quilted by the maker/ exhibitor will be eligible for the OAAS Competition. PRIZES: 1st $30, 2nd $25, 3rd $20. 10. Pieced quilt, machine quilted 11. Applique quilt, machine quilted. 12. Embroidered quilt (machine or hand embroidery), machine quilted. 13. Quilt made using more than one decorative technique, such as piecing, appliqué, embroidery, etc. in combination. 14. Traditional design, machine quilted. 15. Original design, machine quilted - a quilt trending towards a modern design that takes from the traditional and expands setting, design, colour, etc. to create a non-traditional look. 16. Paper pieced design, machine quilted. 17. Printed top or squares (“cheater”), machine quilted. 18. Quilt: Exhibitor's choice, machine quilted by exhibitor.
163rd Annual Fall Fair // Sept. 21, 22, 23, 2018 The following three sections, 19-21, are open to quilt-makers 18 years and under. These quilts may be tied or quilted by hand or by machine. Minimum size 40” x 54” (121 x 152 cm). PRIZES: 1st $25, 2nd $20, 3rd $15. 19. Pieced quilt 20. Appliqué quilt. 21. “Ragg” quilt. Prizes for sections 22 – 28, which follow, will be: 1st $25, 2nd $20, 3rd $15. Minimum perimeter 240” except section 28. 22. Scrap Quilt – made with a variety of fabrics (which may include fabric recycled from garments). If there is a story attached to the design and/ or fabrics, please include it. May be machine or hand quilted. 23. Any other pieced quilt under the dimensions 72” x 90”(under 324”) with minimum dimensions as noted above. Hand quilted. 24. Any other pieced quilt under the dimensions 72” x 90”(under 324”) with minimum dimensions noted above. Machine quilted. 25. Quilt As You Go - blocks must be sewn together and quilted as the quilt progresses. When the last block is completed, so is the quilt. May be machine or hand quilted. 26. Tied quilt. 27. Row by Row Quilt - 9 rows minimum. May be machine or hand quilted. 28. Wall hanging - such as pictorial, medallion, threedimensional, abstract, etc. Let your imagination run free! Must be prepared for hanging, with hanging device included. Minimum size 12” x 16” (30 x 40 cm. approx.), not to exceed 200”. May be machine or hand quilted.
SPECIALS: 29. Threads That Bind, Maxwell: Designer’s choice quilt - no restrictions on textile, technique, shape. Design innovation and originality expected. Must be own original design. May be machine or hand quilted. Minimum size 240”. 1st $25, 2nd $20, 3rd, $15. Winners will receive a store voucher. 30. Eileen & Donald McLean Memorial Prize: $35, $25, $20. “Celebrating Our Youth” - a youth bed or couch quilt suitable for a teenager, may reflect a sport, a team, an accomplishment, etc. Minimum size: 48”x 60” (122cm.x 152cm.). May be hand or machine quilted. 31. Melfar Holdings: $35, $25, $20. Quilt for My Friend’s House. All entries to be donated to House. Will be ranked rather than judged. For any size of bed, in soft, machinewashable fabric, in colourful, cheerful designs. May be quilted by hand or machine. A quilt batt will be given, as a “thank you” for each entry. 32. Susan McLeod: For exhibitors new to quilting! First completed quilt. Lap or throw size, minimum perimeter 160”. May be hand or machine quilted. Prizes: $25, $15, $10. The following four sections (033-036) are hand quilted Crib Quilts - minimum size 30”x 40” (76 cm. x 100 cm.). Prizes: $20, $15, $10 33. Crib quilt made from a printed panel. 34. Crib quilt made from printed panel with additions such as embroidery, fancy borders, added appliqué, etc. 35. Crib quilt made “from scratch” - original or traditional designs for the small fry. 36. Crib quilt tied with yarn.
163rd Annual Fall Fair // Sept. 21, 22, 23, 2018
The following three sections (037-039) are machine quilted Crib Quilts - minimum size 30”x 40” (76 cm x 100 cm). Prizes: $20, $15, $10 37. Crib quilt made from a printed panel. 38. Crib quilt made from printed panel with additions such as embroidery, fancy borders, added appliqué, etc. 39. Crib quilt made “from scratch” - original or traditional designs for the small fry. 40. Quilt Block Challenge! Be part of our annual quilt draw! Your challenge will be to produce a block that will fit into a sampler quilt. You will be given a kit with three pieces of fabric and a few ideas to get you started. All blocks will become the property of the GNE and will be put into the quilt or pillows to be raffled the following year. For kits, information and suggestions, please contact Marjorie Ferguson, 4450397. Prizes: $30, $20, $10, $5. 41. Miniature Quilt. Maximum perimeter 8”. This should look like a whole quilt but in miniature. May be hand or machine quilted. Prizes: 1st $25, 2nd $20, 3rd $15. 42. “Heritage updated” – quilt made from a top “found in a trunk”, or bought at a sale, inherited, etc. Prizes: 1st $25, 2nd $20, 3rd $15. Please include the story! 43. “ANTIQUE QUILT” – display a prized heirloom, or a quilt made more recently from a heritage top. Quilt or top should have been made prior to 1960. Please attach any good story associated with the quilt or the design. Display for interest only.
Quilt Top only – didn’t get it finished? Enter your prepared top in any pieced pattern. Prizes: 1st – edge to edge machine quilting of winning top. Special prize provided by Lynn Mokriy. 2nd $12, 3rd $10. The following four sections (45-48) are Rugs. Prizes: $25, $20, $15 45. Hooked rug, traditional hooking with fabric strips. 46. Braided rug. 47. Doll’s House Rug (max. 6” or 15 cm. any dimension) 48. Rug, any other technique. SPECIALS: 49. For the most points in Sections 001 to 048 awarded to a NEW exhibitor. Prize: $50. 50. Chatterson Funeral Home: High points exhibitor in Quilts and Rugs. Cash $25. 51. For the most quilts entered by an exhibitor new to this Class: A craft-related product donated by H.A. KIDD and Co. Ltd. All entries in Sections 001 to 051 with the exception of 43 must be new, not antiques. They must not have been shown in this Fair before. Quilts in Section 22 and Rugs in Sections 45 to 48 may be made with recycled fabrics (pin on information about the fabrics, please).
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163rd Annual Fall Fair // Sept. 21, 22, 23, 2018
HOBBIES AND CRAFTS (Class 2)
Chairperson: Margaret Clarke 705-445-0531 Committee: Maureen McLeod 705-466-5531, Yvonne Irvine 705-444-1154 Jean Lougheed 705-429-7231, Toos Melenhorst 705-428-5530, Darlene Garratt 705-429-9431 PRIZE MONEY for regular sections is: 1st $10, 2nd $8, 3rd $6. All work is to be the recent work of the exhibitor, clean and well prepared. Prizes awarded at the Judge’s discretion. Homecraft Division and GNE Rules apply. Fair Theme for 2018 is “Machines on the Farm” A 2” square sample of all materials used, MUST accompany entry, when requested. Failure to attach samples will result in disqualification of the entry. SECTIONS: 100. Framed Stone Art. Min.5”, Max. 12” 101. Framed Kitchen Picture using pasta, lentils, etc. 102. Item using Fair Theme. Samples please. 103. Decoration using any three – Walnuts, Acorns, and Pine Cones Hangers please. Max. 2 ft. 104. Summer decoration for a door. Must have hanger attached. Samples if possible. 105. Decorative Flower Pot. 106. Comfortable Chair Pads for a child’s room. Using Fair Theme 107. Cell phone or I-Pad cover. 108. 2 Piece Jewellery Set. Any Technique. Samples please 109. Item using bottle corks. 110. Barbie or Ken Doll clothes. At least two pieces. Prize
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Winners to be donated to the Children’s Aid Society. 2 Decorative Pot Holders Samples please Handmade Wedding Favour. Samples please. Craft article using purchased lace. Samples please Topiary Tree using natural and artificial material. Fall Table decoration using natural container. i.e. Pumpkin, Gourd or Coconut, etc. Decorated Hat for Wall or Door. Hanger. Attached Samples please Fall Door Hanging. Hanger please. Max. 18” Christmas Centerpiece Decoration with a Candle. Samples please. Christmas Wall Hanging. Panels Permitted. Must have hanger attached. Any size. Twiddle Muff to be donated to a Nursing Home. Christmas Tree Ornaments using fabric or needlework technique. Min. 3”. Samples please. Mounted or in a see-through container. Min. of 2. Halloween Door Wreath. Max. 18” Hanger please. Child’s cushion. Samples please. Christmas Stocking using crafty techniques. Samples please. Christmas Tree Skirt using crafty techniques. Two Christmas Tree Ornaments using natural materials. Mounted. Samples please. Christmas Wreath. Min. 12”. Any medium. Hanger and samples please.
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28 128. Christmas Scene. Any medium, any technique. Min. 12”, Max. 30”. Samples please. 129. Item using Golf Balls 130. Useful household article using wood turning techniques. i.e. bowls, etc. 131. Wooden Toy using any technique. May include metal parts. 132. Decorative Driftwood article. 133. Useful Birdhouse or Feeder. 134. Wood carving article. 135. Any other craft or hobby made using fibre or feathers, not listed elsewhere in the Fair Book. 136. Any article of glass, ceramic or wood not listed elsewhere in the Fair Book. 137. Any article made using paper, not listed elsewhere in the Fair Book. SPECIALS: 138. Dr. Farel Anderson, Collingwood: Prize cash: $15, $10 Punched Tin article using Fair Theme. 139. G.N.E. Special: Prize cash: $15, $10, $8. 3 pcs. Handmade clothing for a 10’ – 14” Baby doll. Two techniques. To be donated to Children’s Aid Society. 140. Nottawa United Church: Prize Cash $15, $10. Crocheted Christmas Baby Outfit. 141. North Slope Farms, Glen Huron: Prize cash: $20, $15, $10. Wooden Wall Decoration or Shelf. 142. Dr. Farel Anderson, Collingwood: Prize cash: $15, $10. Counted Cross Stitch P. Point or Needlepoint Picture - framed. Min. size 8” x 10”. 143. Robinson’s Paint and Wallpaper, Collingwood: Prize Certificates: $15, $10. Useful article using old Denim. 144 Margaret Clarke, Nottawa: Prize cash: $15, $10, $8. Hat and Mitts to be donated to the Children’s Aid Society. Heritage 145. Article using old Horse Shoes 146. New items Wood or Metal from old Household Articles. 147. Raggedy Ann Doll in a Heritage Costume to be donated to the Children’s Aid Society. 148. Wreath or Swag using Corn Husk 149. New uses for old tools 150. Nottawasaga Community Hall Board, Duntroon: Prize Cash: $15. The outstanding entry in Hobbies and Crafts, as determined by the Judge and the Committee.
163rd Annual Fall Fair // Sept. 21, 22, 23, 2018
SENIORS (Class 4)
Chairperson: Margaret Clarke 705-445-0531 Committee: Maureen McLeod, Yvonne Irvine, Jean Lougheed, Toos Melenhorst, Darlene Garratt PRIZE MONEY: 1st $10, 2nd $8, 3rd $6. These classes are for the folks who have gained the experience of 65 years and more. A 2” square sample of all materials used, MUST accompany entry, when requested. Failure to attach samples will result in disqualification of the entry. SECTIONS: 151. Handmade Mitts to be donated to the Children’s Aid Society. 152. Handmade Hat using variegated yarn, knitted or crocheted. 153. Child’s Jumper or Vest up to size 8. Samples please. May use a panel. 154. Decorative Toilet Tissue cover. 155. Decorative cushion. Min 14” using 2018 Fair Theme. Samples please. 156. 4 Christmas Tree Ornaments. Mounted or in seethrough container. 157. 4 Christmas Placemats Sample please. 158. Knitted Socks - Adults. Samples please. 159. Cowl or Scarf. Any technique. Samples please. 160. 4 Placemats any theme. Not Christmas. 161. Knitted or crocheted Doggy Coat. 162. Knitted hanging kitchen towel and dishcloth.
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163rd Annual Fall Fair // Sept. 21, 22, 23, 2018 163. Lap Robe Knitted or Crocheted. Samples please. 164. Crocheted Baby Blanket. Samples please. 165. A Toque for a new born - either Knitted or Crocheted. Please use Baby Yarn. To be donated to the General & Marine Hospital. 166. Seasonal Creative Gift for Hostess 167. Recycled Item. Practical. Explanation please. 168. Recycled Item. Decorative. Explanation please. 169. Crocheted Hat. Samples please. 170. Knitted Hat and Mitts. Samples please. 171. Article using Fence Post 172. Stuffed Toy. All to be donated to the Children’s Aid Society. 173. Lap Robe in Fabric 174. Stuffed Teddy Bear to be donated to the Children’s Aid Society 175. Christmas Door Decoration. Hanger attached 176. Two hot pads. Any technique. 177. Any other Craft or Hobby made using Glass, Ceramic or Wood, not listed in the Senior section. 178. Any other Craft or Hobby made using Fibre, not listed in the Senior section. 179. Any other Craft or Hobby made using Paper, not listed in the Senior section.
29 SPECIALS: 180. Committee Special: Cash Prize: $15, $10, $8. Two items of Scarf, Hat or Mitts. Crocheted or Knitted. Samples please. 181. Brubacher Foot Comfort – Cash Prizes $25., $20., $15. Large Couch Throw or Single Bed Quilt , made by a senior– Machine Quilted. 182. Clark & Yvonne Irvine - Cash prizes $25, $20, $15. Large Couch Throw or Single Bed Quilt made by a senior. Hand Quilted or Tied 183. North Slope Farms, Glen Huron: Cash Prize: $20, $15, $10. Carved Welcome Sign. Min. 10” x 18” 184. Joyce Millsap Memorial: Cash Prize: $15. Outstanding entry by a Senior to be judged by our Judge and the Committee. 185. Gladys Milne Memorial Challenge: Cash Prize: $20, $15, $10. A sewing article using technique learned since becoming a Senior. Identify the technique and tell briefly where you learned it. Throughout her later years, Gladys challenged herself to learn new sewing and quilting skills, complete projects, and show them at the GNE. 186. Chatterson Funeral Home: Cash: $25. High points to exhibitor in Hobbies and Crafts.
163rd Annual Fall Fair // Sept. 21, 22, 23, 2018
NEEDLECRAFT (Class 5)
Sponsor: Chatterson Funeral Home Chairperson: Karen Milne 705-444-2895 Committee: Marjorie Leonard 416-759-5940, Muriel Day 705-466-3372, Margie McEachern 705-444-1919, Iris Ewing 705-445-1307, Felicity Kinnear 705-444-1334, Ann Huskinson 705-466-2000, Marilyn Steed 705-466-3017, Cathy Doll 705424-6110 Entries will be available for pick up on Sunday at 4:00 p.m., but no vehicles will be allowed at the building until 5:00 p.m. Theme for 2018: “Machines on the Farm”. Prizes in Needlecraft division are: 1st $10, 2nd $8, 3rd $6. Prizes are awarded at the judge’s discretion. Entries must be clean and not shown at our fair previously. New exhibitors must mark their tag “New Entrant”. All NEEDLECRAFT entries accompanied by a sample of all yarn, embroidery thread or fabric used to make the entry must be stapled to the BACK of the entry tag. Failure to attach samples may result in disqualification of the entry, at the discretion of the judge. We encourage you to incorporate the 2018 Fair theme “Machines on the Farm” in as many entries as possible. SEWING A 2” square sample of all materials used must accompany entry, except panels, please mark as such. Please staple samples to BACK of entry tag. SECTIONS: 200. Set of 2 small kitchen items e.g. tea cozy & table topper 201. Quilted Pillow. 202. Carry-all Bag. 203. Child’s Apron. 204. Full Apron. 205. Any Item from Recycled Fabric (describe its origin) 206. Child’s dress, any size 207. Pieced Wall Hanging 208. Appliqued Wall Hanging 209. Set of 4 Seasonal Placemats 210. Quilted Table Topper 211. Quilted Table Runner - machine quilted. 212. Quilted Table Runner – Hand Quilted 213. Pieced Quilt Block - mounted and name of pattern. 214. Appliqued Quilt Block - mounted and name of pattern. 215. Quilt Block using “Machines on the Farm” theme 216. Child’s Pillow Case - to be donated to Hospice Simcoe. 217. Sleep Pants. 218. Christmas Table Runner. 219. Christmas Table Topper. 220. Christmas Stocking for a Pet 221. Chatterson Funeral Home: Cash: $25. High points to exhibitor in Sewing, Sections 200-220 222. H. A. Kidd and Company Special: Prize to exhibitor with second highest points in Sewing, Sections 200220.
SPECIALS: 223. Muriel Day Special: Prizes: $15, $10. Christmas Quilted Centrepiece and 2 Placements 224. Marilyn Steed Special: $15, $10. Fabric Purse. 225. Creemore House of Stitches Special: Gift Certificates $25, $15, $10. Machine or hand quilted Lap Quilt (no larger than 50” x 72”) 226. Fawcett Funeral Home, Creemore: Cash: $15, $9, $6. Any other sewn article not listed in Needlecraft 227. Margie McEachern Special: Avon Vouchers: $10, $8, $5 to all other entries. 1 Pillowcase either for a man or woman, to be donated to Hospice Georgian Triangle – Campbell House. Multiple entries allowed per entrant so you can win more than 1 prize. NEEDLECRAFT FOR ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENTS AS OF JUNE 30, 2018 228. Sleep Pants or Boxer Shorts. 229. One Pillow Case 230. Any Knitted Article 231. Any Crocheted Article 232. H.A. Kidd and Company – prize to high point’s winner in Sections 228 - 231. NEEDLECRAFT FOR SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS AS OF JUNE 30, 2018 233. A sewn Item of Clothing 234. Any Other Sewn Article 235. Any Knitted Article 236. Any Crocheted Article 237. H.A. Kidd and Company prize to high point’s winner in Sections 233 - 236.
163rd Annual Fall Fair // Sept. 21, 22, 23, 2018
KNITTING A sample of yarn must accompany entry. 250. Fingerless Mitts. 251. Preemie Toque to be donated. 252. Preemie socks to be donated 253. Afghan 254. Infinity Scarf or cowl. 255. Child’s Cardigan Sweater. 256. Mitts for mitten tree - to be donated to My Friend’s House - multiple entries per exhibitor allowed. All entries will be judged but only 1 prize per exhibitor. 257. Gift set for a Teenage, e.g. Hat and Scarf. 258. Pair of Knitted Socks 259. Knitted Character Hat 260. Adult knitted Cardigan Sweater. 261. Baby’s 2-piece outfit (no ribbons or ties) - pieces to be attached to each other. 262. Child’s Pullover Sweater. 263. Slippers 264. Knitted outfit displayed on a Doll. 265. Set of 4 Dish Cloths. 266. 2 Knitted Toys. 267. Scarf using novelty yarn. 268. An Article Combining Knitting and Crocheting. 269. Chatterson Funeral Home: Cash: $25. High points to exhibitor in Knitting, Sections 250-268. 270. H. A. Kidd and Company Special: Prize to the exhibitor with second highest points in Knitting, Sections 250268. 271. Marjorie Leonard Special: Cash $15, $10. Knitted Afghan for an Adult 272. Clearview Public Library Special: Cash $15. Twiddlemuff, any medium (If required, instructions are available at Clearview Libraries) 273. G.N.E. Special: Cash $15. Knitted Wrap or Shrug.
MISCELLANEOUS NEEDLECRAFT A 2” square sample of fabric used, yarn or cotton must accompany entry. 318. Marilyn Steed Special: Cash Prize: $15, $10. Appliqued Pillow 319. “Rag” Quilt, no larger than 50” x 72”. 320. Any hand Embroidered article. 321. Sewn and/or Knitted Outfit for an 18“ doll 322. Useful article made from recycled jeans. 323. 3 different styled Bibs.
CROCHETING A sample of all materials used must accompany entry. 300. Crocheted Gift Basket. 301. Baby Afghan. 302. Cushion. 303. Crocheted Character Hat. 304. Amigurumi animal. 305. 2 Crocheted Placemats. 306. Crocheted Wrap or Shrug. 307. Afghan - crocheted in 1 colour. 308. Afghan - crocheted in more than 1 colour. 309. Crocheted Hat and Scarf. 310. Crocheted Table Topper 311. Crocheted Slippers. 312. Set of 4 crocheted Coasters. 313. Set of 2 crocheted Dish Cloths. 314. 2-piece crocheted Doll Outfit. 315. Any other Crocheted item not listed. 316. Chatterson Funeral Home: Cash: $25. High points to exhibitor in Crocheting – Sections 300-315. 317. Headlines Hairdressing Salon Collingwood: Gift Certificate Shampoo, Cut & Style for 2nd highest points in Crocheting.
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163rd Annual Fall Fair // Sept. 21, 22, 23, 2018
32 CULINARY ARTS (Class 6)
Chairperson: Maxine Coutts-Reid Committee: Barbara Burgess, Ella McDermid, Sarah Burgess RULES: 1. Only winning entries will be on display throughout the fair. Non prize winning exhibits may be picked up between 3:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 21, 2018. Please see committee members at the Quilt ticket table for assistance. All remaining exhibits may be picked up as usual on Sunday at posted times. 2. All breads, rolls and quick breads should be placed in clear plastic bags with entry tags firmly attached to outside of bag. 3. All cakes/loaves are to be placed on disposable plates in clear plastic bags. 4. NO MIXES OR COMMERCIAL PIE FILLINGS TO BE USED. 5. Cookies, tarts, candy and muffins should be placed on 6” paper plates and inside a clear plastic bag with entry tags firmly attached to outside of bag. 6. Only one entry per person per section. 7. Muffin papers to be removed prior to entering. 8. Fruit and pickles in approved sealers or mason jars (16 oz. /500 ml.). 9. Jams and jellies must be in approved 8 oz. (250 ml.) sealers or mason jars, no paraffin to be used. New Snap lids & rings must be used. Each entry should be properly labeled as to contents e.g. “Strawberry Jam” (exhibitor’s name should not appear on label). 10. Exhibits may be picked up after 4:00 p.m. Sunday, September 23, 2018. 11. N.B. Exhibits MUST be placed in hall by Wednesday, September 19th between 10:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m. OR Thursday, September 20th between 8:30 a.m. and 9:30 a.m. Judging will take place at 10:00 a.m. 12. The Committee welcomes any ideas for next year’s Prize list. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or hand in written thoughts at the Quilt ticket table.
CANNING FRUIT MUST BE IN APPROVED 16 OZ. /500 ML. SEALERS OR MASON JARS SECTIONS: Bottled Fruit: Prizes $10, $8, $6. 450. Applesauce 451. Peaches 452. Pears 453. Tomatoes Jams/Jelly: Prizes $10, $8, $6. Unless otherwise stated. Jams and Jellies must be in approved 8oz. /250ml. sealers or mason jars, no paraffin to be used. 454. Cooked Strawberry Jam 455. Cooked Raspberry Jam 456. Peach Jam 457. Multi-fruit Jam, minimum of 3 fruits. Please specify kinds of fruit. 458. Jam, any other kind not listed. 459. Zucchini Marmalade 460. Apple Jelly. 461. Any other Jelly not listed. 1 unit of Standard Lids to be awarded to each exhibitor in the canning section
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163rd Annual Fall Fair // Sept. 21, 22, 23, 2018 Pickles and Sauces: Prizes $10, $8, $6 PICKLES IN APPROVED 16oz. /500ml. SEALERS OR MASON JARS UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED. 462. 9-Day Pickle, sealed 463. Icicle Pickles 464. Bread & Butter Pickles 465. Whole Dill Pickles, in an approved 32oz. /1L. sealer, 3-4” whole cucumbers. May be from 2017. 466. Pickles, any other vegetable, 16 oz. /500ml. jar 467. Garden Relish, any other vegetable, no cucumber 468. Chili Sauce. 469. Salsa Sauce, sealed. Please specify Mild, Medium, and Hot.. 470. Hot Dog Relish. 471. Whole Baby Beets. 472. Sliced Beets. 473. Pickled Asparagus in 16 oz./500 ml sealer. 474. Pickled Eggs, 16 oz./500 ml (pint) sealer 475. Sauce, entrée condiment (i.e. BBQ Sauce, Meatless Spaghetti Sauce, Sweet & Sour Sauce, Mint Sauce, Cranberry Sauce) prepared according to current canning methods. 1 Container of Vinegar to be awarded to each exhibitor in this section. Donated by Reinhart Foods Ltd.
Charlie McLeod 2018 Memorial
Butter Tart Competition Sponsored by his Grandchildren
1st Prize $125 (and bragging rights) 2nd Prize $100 • 3rd Prize $75 • 4th Prize $50 Prize winning tarts become Fair property and will be auctioned off during the Fair at a time & place yet to be decided. All proceeds will go to the New Building Fund. Please note there really are no bad butter tarts… so …indicate on your registration if yours may be included in the auction. Some Rules:
1. 9 tarts minimum (must fit into an 9"x13" pan, no foil cups) 2. Scratch filling AND pastry, but if you can fool us God Bless, maple syrup is acceptable but may be risky! 3. Total 100 pts, broken into the following categories: LOOKS: 10 pts max (nicely boiled over, golden, but not burnt) CRUST: 30 pts max (flakey but moist, bubbly and able to hold filling securely, flavourful) FILLING: 40 pts max (runny but viscous, filled to boiling over level) RAISIN CONTENT: 10 pts max (not too few, not too many, consistent throughout) EXTRA TARTS for JUDGES: 10 pts max 4. ONE entry per household 5. Entries should be in/on a 9" x 13"pan/tray, in a large clear plastic bag. 6. Entries may be brought to the GNE on Saturday September 22 and registered at the Quilt Desk in the Agricultural Building between 11:00am and 3:00 pm 7. Free admission for the exhibitor when bringing in their Butter tarts for the competition. 8. Judging will take place in the Demonstration area in Exhibition Hall on Saturday September 22 at 4:00 pm.
33 BAKING Prizes $8, $7, $5 SECTIONS: *Entries on 6” plates in a clear plastic bag. Plastic Wrap is unacceptable. 476. Butter Tarts (5) Must be full size, made solely by the person entering the competition, including the pastry. No nuts or any fruit except raisins may be added. Recipe must accompany entry. Prize: $8, $7, $5. The winner is eligible to compete at the District 5 Competition of the O.A.A.S. Winners of the District Level will compete at the provincial level. 477. Raisin Bread (Yeast leavened) Half loaf 478. Cinnamon Buns (2) approximately 3” diameter 479. Plain Tea Biscuits (3) 480. Tea Biscuits with fruit (3) 481. Chip Cookies (3) pick your flavour, approximately 2” diameter, baked 482. Favourite Baked Square, (3) squares, approximately 2”x2” 483. Homemade Candy/Fudge (3) 1”x1” pieces, any kind. 484. Men Only: Butter Tarts with Raisins (3) 485. Breakfast Muffins (3) 486. Iced Cupcake (3), no nuts, approximately 2 ½” 487. Reid Special: Prizes $10, $8 – Dutch Hustle Cake Dutch Hustle Cake Recipe ¾ cup warm water 1 egg, beaten 2 tsp Instant Dry Yeast 1 ½ cup apple slices 2 Tbsp Butter 2 Tbsp brown sugar ¼ cup sugar ¼ tsp ground cinnamon ½ tsp Salt ¼ tsp ground nutmeg 1 ½ cups AP flour 2 Tbsp Butter Confectioner’s Sugar frosting Method: Measure warm water, Butter, sugar, salt into mixing bowl. Add egg. Mix until combined. Add half the flour with the yeast mixed into the flour. Beat until smooth. Stir in additional flour to make a stiff batter. Grease Bundt pan and dust with bread crumbs. Microwave Apple slices 1 min (until blanched). Add brown sugar, cinnamon, nutmeg and melted butter. Spread evenly in Bundt pan. Spoon batter evenly over the apples. Cover; let rise in warm place, free from draft, until doubled in bulk, about 1 hour. Bake in hot oven (400°F), about 25 minutes, or until done. Remove from oven; let stand 10 minutes, then turn out of pan onto cinnamon sugar dusted plate. Cool. Drizzle with confectioner’s sugar frosting or dust with icing sugar. May be served warm.
163rd Annual Fall Fair // Sept. 21, 22, 23, 2018
34 488. Bruce Burgess Special: Prizes: $15, $10 – Oatmeal Raisin Cookies 1 dozen, Sponsor to keep winning entry. 489. Doug Clarke Special: First Prize only: $15- 10” Pumpkin Pie. Sponsor to keep winning entry. 490. Bessie Arnold Special: Prizes: $10, $5 - 10” Apple Pie made with Cortland Apples. First prize to be awarded to Sponsor’s Family and may be taken immediately after judging. 491. Doug Clarke Special: First Prize only: $15 - 10” Raisin Pie. Sponsor to keep winning entry. 492. Jean Fisher Special: Prizes: $15 - One dozen Butter Tarts with currants & coconut (approx. 2”). Sponsor to keep winning entry. 493. In memory of Glen Millsap: Prize: $10, $5. - 1 Zucchini Loaf approximately 9 ¼” x5 ¼” X 2 ¾”. The sponsor to keep the winning entry. 494. Barbara Burgess Special: Prizes: $10, $5 – Banana Loaf – no chocolate chips, no nuts. Sponsor to keep winning entry. 495. In memory of Joyce Millsap: First Prize only: $15 – Carrot Cake, No Nuts, baked and shown in an 8”x 8” foil pan. Sponsor to keep the winning entry. 496. Allan Fisher Special: Prizes: $15, Fig Pie. Sponsor to keep the winning entry. 497. Ella McDermid Special: Prize: $10, $5 – 9” Cherry Pie. Sponsor to keep the winning entry. 498. Outback Hive Honey Special: Prize: 1st & 2nd, Honey products. Chocolate Zucchini Cake as per attached recipe. Sponsor to keep the winning entry. Chocolate Zucchini Cake ½ cup Butter 1/3 cup buttermilk ½ tsp cinnamon ¼ cup vegetable oil 2 ½ cup AP Flour ½ tsp cloves 2/3 cup honey
4 Tbsp. cocoa 2 cup grated zucchini 2 Eggs ½ tsp Baking Powder 1 cup nuts, chopped, optional 1 tsp Vanilla 1 tsp Baking Soda
Procedure: Grease & flour Bundt pan or 2 loaf pans Preheat oven to 350 F Beat together butter, oil, honey; Add eggs, vanilla & buttermilk; Mix well. Combine dry ingredients, Zucchini, nuts & add to butter mixture. Mix until just combined. Pour into prepared pan(s). Bake 30 mins or until wooden pick comes out clean. Cool on rack 10 minutes, remove from pan and let cool completely on rack. Serve, dusted with powdered sugar if desired.
499. Family Favourite Recipe Baking Competition Judging will be based on appearance, taste, texture and recipe creativity. All entrants must submit entries that were made using the sponsor’s product. Recipe must be attached. All first prize winners must submit a signed release form giving permission to the sponsors for the use of the winner’s name, recipe and/or photograph in any other advertising or publicity without payment. a. Robin Hood Homemade 9” round Chocolate Layer Cake Iced. One quarter of the cake to be entered.. Recipe must be attached. 1st prize $25.00 Product Certificate, 2nd $10.00 Product Certificate. b. Robin Hood Homemade Oatmeal Raisin Cookies, five, approx. 2” diameter 1st prize $ 15.00 Recipe to be included c. Crisco 9” Fruit Pie, , One quarter of pie to be entered. Include Recipe 1st prize $25.00 Product Certificate 2nd prize $10.00 Product Certificate d. Bernardin Best of Show Award - 1st prize $30.00 Gift Certificate “Berry Jam” using Bernardin pectin & submitted in a Bernardin Mason jar & SNAP lid®. e. Bernardin Currant Jelly, 1st prize $20.00 Gift Certificate Include Pectin label. f. Bernardin Gift Pack Competition - 1st prize $20.00 Gift Certificate plus Rosette Prize Ribbon. Best Gift Pack submitted- minimum of 3 different items, using Bernardin mason jar & SNAP Lid® g. Bernardin SNAP Lid® / Mason Jar Creative Craft Award - 1st prize $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® You are encouraged to visit the Sponsor’s websites: Robin Hood Flour www.robinhood.ca Crisco www.criscocanada.com, Bernardin www.bernardin.ca ***We encourage Bernardin Home Canning winners to enter competitions at the annual Royal Agricultural Winter Fair held in early November in Toronto. For details see www.royalfair. org (Look for Competition Book – Canning Competition) Entries from across North America are welcomed. BREWING RULES: Must be brewed at home or in a licensed Make your own Wine Business. Must be corked. PRIZES: $8, $7, $5 500. Any Grape Wine White, 750 ml. bottle 501. Any Grape Wine Red, 750 ml. bottle 502. Wine, made from any other fruit, 750 ml. bottle 503. Favourite Homemade Liqueur, Include Label 504. Creemore Foodland Special: Overall Culinary Arts highest points - a Gift Certificate 2017 Overall Culinary Arts Highest Points Winner: Margaret Clarke
163rd Annual Fall Fair // Sept. 21, 22, 23, 2018
JUNIOR FAIR - Homecraft Division (Class 7)
Sponsor: Al Ewing – ReMax Committee: Cheryl Ferguson 705-446-2323 Sara Ferguson, Kendra Ferguson, Jennifer Edwards, Robin Ardila, Brenda Johnston, Diane Johnston, Brenda Bishop, Sheilah Halliday, and Jaimie McQueen Open to boys and girls 16 years and under as of September 1 of the current year.
RULES: 1. Junior membership fee of $4.00 must accompany exhibit if not previously paid. 2. IMPORTANT NOTE: The children and those adults working with the children are asked to take careful notice of the size and quantity limitations in the following classes. In the past excellent entries have been disqualified because they exceed the limitations. In all cases the work is to be done by the CHILD unless concessions have been stipulated. 3. Children are limited to one entry per section. 4. Children may enter in their age category ONLY. Where no age is stipulated that category is open to any child under the age of 16 years. Age will be taken into consideration for judging of open categories. 5. Entry tags must be completely filled out, including the child’s age, and securely attached to all entries. Entry tags are available at the Fair Office the week before the Fair. 6. Exhibits may be entered on Wednesday before the Fair from 10:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. or Thursday before the Fair from 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. 7. All exhibits must be the work of the exhibitor, and must not have been previously exhibited at the G.N.E. 8. Exhibits, in the Agri-Cultural Building & Quonset Building, may be picked up beginning at 4:00 p.m. on Sunday. However, vehicles are NOT permitted up to the Buildings until the fair closes at 5:00 p.m. Any items not picked up on Sunday of Fair weekend will become property of the GNE. 9. School classroom participation is welcome. The cost of a school class entry is $4.00. 10. Please make sure that the child’s name is not visible on the front of the entry. 11. JUDGES’ DECISIONS ARE FINAL. 12. PLEASE FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS THOROUGHLY (this includes measurements). PRIZE MONEY: 1st - $10.00, 2nd - $8.00, 3rd - $6.00 unless otherwise stated. SECTIONS: 3 years and under 600. Collect various treasures you find during a nature walk and paste them onto a white disposable dinner plate. 601. Make a “fingerprint chicken” using paint and a print out of a chicken on white paper (8.5” x 11” inches). (Must be picture found on GNE website)
602. Decorate a print out of a combine on white paper (8.5 x 11 inches) using popcorn seeds and crayons to color. (Must be picture found on GNE website) 603. With help from an adult, cut the centre out of a white disposable dinner plate, and create a Maple Leaf Wreath by gluing maple leaves you find outside. 604. Tractor painting - dip toy tractor wheels in paint and drive the tractor across white paper (8.5 x 11 inches) to make an interesting and colorful design. 4 & 5 years 605. Trace your handprint on an 8.5 x 11 inch sheet of white paper, and use your handprint as the maple leaf of a Canadian Flag. Decorate with any medium, and be creative! 606. Tractor painting - dip toy tractor wheels in paint and drive the tractor across white paper (8.5 x 11 inches) to make an interesting and colorful design. 607. On a piece of white cardstock (8.5 x 11 inches), create a fall painting using the “splatter painting technique” 608. “Finger Paint Turkey” - Using a white piece of letter sized paper (8.5 x 11inches), use brown paint to make a single handprint. To create the feathers of the turkey, use a variety of colors to finger paint! 609. “Footprint Tractor”- Using a white piece of letter sized paper (8.5 x 11 inches), using paint, make a footprint and turn it into a tractor.
6 & 7 years 610. Using a real seed/bean as the root - using pencil crayons, draw the plant that will grow on an 8.5” x 11” white sheet of paper (no other items to be drawn on the picture) 611. Using an apple as a stamp, on an 8.5 x 11 inch sheet of cardstock, stamp a picture of an apple tree using a variety of fall colors! 612. Make an edible necklace using cereal and / or pasta, no longer than 12 inches, attach to a dinner sized paper plate and place in a sealed zip lock bag. 613. Make a farm animal windsock craft, out of construction paper and tissue paper. Decorate with any medium. Maximum length 2.5 feet. 614. On a 8.5 x 11 inch piece of white cardstock, paint a piece of farm equipment working in a field and use the splatter painting technique as a way to complete the painting (ex: tractor with a manure spreader, combine harvesting wheat etc.). 8 & 9 years 615. Create a peacock puppet using a brown paper bag and decorate using any medium (ex: feathers, colored paper, glitter, foamies). 616. On an 8.5 x 11 inch sheet of white cardstock, make a flag of your favorite brand of “Machines on a Farm” (ex: John Deere, Allis Chalmers, etc) 617. Draw a picture of your favorite machine working on a farm on ½ a sheet of bristol board. Decorate with any medium (ex: grass, seeds, dirt). Be creative and have fun! 618. Make a paper plate turkey using a dinner sized paper plate and any other medium (ex: construction paper, feathers, google eyes, craft foam, etc.) 619. Using half a sheet of any color of bristol board, make a sign that says “GNE” with items found during a nature walk (e.g.; twigs, leaves, grasses etc.) and white glue 10 to 12 years 620. Using any medium, decorate a set of suspenders to represent this year’s theme of "Machines on a Farm" to be given to the GNE president who will wear it throughout the weekend. (Note: There is no guarantee that the suspenders will be returned) 621. Make any item out of duct tape that represents “Farmers Feed Cities”, items will be judged on creativity and quality of work. Item size maximum is one foot square. 622. Create a small Machine on a Farm out of recyclable materials (no larger than 18 inches square). 623. Create a free standing farmer out of small stones, no taller than 8 inches. Display in a decorated shoe box that illustrates a farmer “outstanding in his field”. 624. Using a canvas no larger than 8 x 10 inches, create a melted crayon painting with a theme of your choice. 13 to 16 years 625. Write a short 8 to 12 line poem with a title about what you love about life on a farm. Display on an 8.5 x 11 white sheet of paper using cursive writing.
163rd Annual Fall Fair // Sept. 21, 22, 23, 2018 626. Using a canvas no larger than 8 x 10 inches, create a melted crayon painting that includes a silhouette of a "Machine on a Farm". 627. Create a birdhouse out of sticks and twigs (NO kits) using nails or glue to attach. Variety of sizes welcome, however maximum size 18 inches tall, 12 inches wide, and 12 inches long. 628. Create a single "hub cap flower" using a hub cap and recycled materials. Decorate using any medium. The flower is to be no taller than 3.5 feet (42 inches) including the hub cap. 629. Create a “nuts and bolts tractor” (max size 10 inches square). SPECIALS: Clearview and Collingwood Fire Services: Prizes: $20, $15, $10. Please no entries from previous years. 630. 4 years and under. Colour a picture of Sparky the fire dog with crayon. May or may not be mounted on an 8.5” x 11” sheet of paper. (Must be picture found on GNE website) 631. 5 & 6 years old. Colour a picture of Sparky the fire dog with crayon. May or may not be mounted on an 8.5” x 11” sheet of paper. (Must be picture found on GNE website) 632. 7 - 9 years old. On an 8.5” x 11” sheet of white paper, list 5 different Fire Safety Rules. 633. 10 - 12 years old. Make a fire emergency service vehicle (ex: firetruck, rescue van, side by side, boat, etc.) out of any material (example: recycled materials, K’nex, Lego, etc.) no larger than 16 inches square. 634. 13 - 16 years old. Make a fire emergency service vehicle (ex: firetruck, rescue van, side by side, boat etc.) out of any material (example: recycled materials, K’nex, Lego, etc.) no larger than 16 inches square. Dr. Proctor – Stayner Dental Centre: Merchandise prizes awarded for 1st, 2nd, 3rd. 635. Decorate a tooth brush to resemble a farm mechanic and mount in a 10oz soup can filled with sand (feel free to decorate with any medium). Please include age on exhibit tag clearly visible on the top right hand corner. Bellbrae Animal Hospital: Prize money: $5, $3, $2 awarded in each section. Make an animal out of a combination of vegetables (must be in a large sealed ziploc bag and please use toothpicks or skewers to hold it together). Entries will be judged on creativity, the mixture of colors, and variety of vegetables used). 636. 6 years and under. 637. 7 to 9 years old. 638. 10 to 12 years old. 639. 13 to 16 years old.
163rd Annual Fall Fair // Sept. 21, 22, 23, 2018 Tim Hortons – Jan Trude: 1st, 2nd, 3rd will receive a gift certificate to be redeemed at Tim Hortons. 640. Create a piece of farm equipment out of recycled Tim Hortons cups, boxes, paper bags, etc. Maximum size is 18 inches square. Please include age on exhibit tag. Dairy Queen Stayner Special: Prizes: 1st, 2nd, 3rd will receive a gift certificate to be redeemed at Dairy Queen in Stayner. 641. Using an ice cream cone, create a farm or construction vehicle. Decorate with edibles and display on a paper plate in a sealed zip lock bag. Please include age on exhibit tag clearly visible on the top right hand corner. JUNIOR BAKING Paula’s Pantry and Gifts: Prizes: $5, $3, $2. All baking must be submitted on a paper plate and placed in a zip lock bag. NO nuts please. 642. 5 years and under. Decorate 1 chocolate chip cookie so it looks like a tractor tire (Decorating judged only) 643. 6 & 7 years old. Make a rice crispy square and decorate it to look like a square straw bail. (Decorating judged only). 644. 8 & 9 years old. Make a rice crispy square and decorate it to look like a square straw bail. (Decorating judged only).
645. 10 to 12 years old. Bake your favorite Chocolate Haystack recipe. Please include copy of your recipe on a recipe card decorated with any medium as a Canada Flag. (Judging will be based on taste, presentation, and creativity in decoration of the recipe card). 646. 13 to 16 years old. Bake your favorite Tea Biscuit recipe. Please include copy of recipe written in cursive on a recipe card decorated as a Canada Flag. (Judging will be based on taste, presentation, and creativity in decoration of the recipe card). See also Hobbies & Crafts 647. O.A.A.S. Chocolate Chip Cookie Competition RULES: 1. Open to all Youth ages 10 to 15 years (as of December 31 of current year). 2. One section only. 3. Number of cookies to be shown - 8 plain chocolate chip cookies, no nuts, no larger than 3”(6.75 cm.) and no smaller than 2” (5 cm.) and displayed on a firm, disposable plate. 4. No prize money awarded by fair board. Ribbons only. District Competition: 1. The winner from each fair/exhibition will be eligible to enter at the District Competition. 2. Entry must consist of 8 plain chocolate chip, no nuts, displayed on a firm, disposable plate. 3. Cookies to be no larger than 3” (6.75 cm.) and no smaller than 2” (5 cm). 4. Prize money to be paid by the District Provincial Competition: 1. The entrant must be the winner from the District Competition. 2. The entry for the District must consist of 8 plain chocolate chip cookies displayed on a plate provided by the OAAS Chocolate Chip Cookie Committee. 3. Cookies are to be no larger than 3” (6.75 cm) and no smaller than 2” (5 cm). 4. The entry must be tagged with the exhibitor’s name, address and District represented using the entry tag provided. 5. District winners must send to the committee by January 13, 2019 the “Consent to Publish Form” signed also by parent/guardian. 6. Cookies will be judged according to the OAAS Homecraft Judging Standards. 7. Prize money $20, $15, $10, with 12 prizes of $5.
38 JUNIOR AMATEUR ART (Class 8)
Chairperson: Gordon Kemp 705-445-2412. RULES: 1. All works must be original in specified media and completed since the 2017 fair. 2. All works must be mounted or framed and wired ready to hang. See additional rules under Senior Section. 3. SECTIONS: Beginner, Junior, Intermediate, Seniors. You may enter a maximum of three (3) pictures in your own class, three (3) different subjects, any medium. 4. All art work can be placed on the Wednesday before the Fair from 10:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. or the Thursday from 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. ENTRY TIMES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE! PLEASE CHECK WITH CHAIRPERSON OR FAIR OFFICE TO CONFIRM CORRECT DAYS. 5. All works of art are for competition and exhibit purposes only, no items will be sold at the fair.
163rd Annual Fall Fair // Sept. 21, 22, 23, 2018
SUPER PUMPKIN CAPER (Class 10)
Open to all boys and girls under the age of 16 years as of September 1 of the current Fair year. Entries to be received on the Wednesday before the Fair from 10:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. or the Thursday before the Fair, from 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. PRIZES: 1st - $10.00, 2nd - $8.00, 3rd - $6.00. SECTIONS: 989. Biggest pumpkin by weight. 990. Tallest pumpkin – measured top to bottom. 991. Best Halloween pumpkin. 992. Pumpkin dressed up as an animal.
SCARECROW COMPETITION (Class 11)
DEFINITION: AMATEUR - A hobby artist or one who does not show or sell, work in galleries, teach art, and is not, or was not, employed in the commercial art field. DEFINITION: PROFESSIONAL - One who shows in galleries, professional art festivals, teaches art, or who was, or is, employed in the commercial art field. SECTIONS: # 750 to 756 inclusive, prizes: 1st -$10.00, 2nd$8.00, 3rd- $6.00 750. Beginners - 8 years and under. 751. Junior A - 9 years. 752. Junior B - 10 years. 753. Junior C - 11 years. 754. Junior D - 12 years. 755. Junior E – 13 years. 756. Intermediate - 14 to 15 years. 757. Senior - 16 to 18 years.
Sponsor: Nancy and George Czerny - “Georgian Blue Media” Entries to be received on the Wednesday before the Fair 10:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. or the Thursday before the Fair from 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. Scarecrow must be 4’ to 6’ high and free standing. Pick-up your Scarecrow beginning at 4pm on Sunday of the Fair. Any Scarecrows remaining after Fair closes on Sunday will remain the property of the GNE. Chairperson: George Czerny 705-293-1569 PRIZES: 1st $15.00, 2nd $10.00, 3rd $8.00 SECTIONS: 995. Open to boys and girls, 10 years and under as of September 1 of the current Fair year. 996. Open to boys and girls, 11 to 15 years of age as of September 1 of the current Fair year. 997. Open to anybody 16 years and over as of September 1 of the current Fair year. 998. Open to any organization or club. 999. Metal Scarecrow Sculpture - as per your imagination – and predominantly made of metal.
JUNIOR FAIR VEGETABLES (Class 9)
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Sponsor: Reinhart Foods, Trott´s Sports Excellence Chairperson: Manfred Leimgardt 705-428-2535. Entries to be received on the Wednesday before the Fair from 10:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. or the Thursday before the Fair from 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. PRIZE MONEY: $10.00, $8.00, $6.00. Open to boys and girls under the age of 16 as of September 1of the current Fair year. SECTIONS: 980. Beets - 5 table size roots. 981. Carrots - 5 table size with tops on. 982. Corn - sweet, table, 6 ears. 983. Onions, Spanish, 5 bulbs. 984. Potatoes, red, 5 tubers. 985. Potatoes, white, 5 tubers. 986. Tomatoes, 5 red for slicing. SPECIALS: Prize money: 1st $10, 2nd $5. In section #987 & #988 donated by Creemore Farmer’s Market 987. Longest Cucumber. 988. Longest Carrot.
Sponsor: Healthy Kids Community Challenge (HKCC) Collingwood Individual Prizes: 1st Litterless lunchbox kit; 2nd Litterless lunch box containers; 3rd small Good Food Box Classroom Prize: Smoothie bike visit in your classroom for a smoothie party! (for the top 3 class submissions) Theme: Create a piece of artwork that demonstrates how you can “Choose to Boost Veggies and Fruit” and “Power off and Play” to feel good every day. Consider where our food comes from, cooking and preparing meals, sharing meals with family and friends, and how they give you energy to do your favorite activities. Be creative and have fun! Power off and Play. Categories: 1. Kindergarten to Grade 4 (Individual Exhibits) 2. Grade 5 to Grade 8 inclusive (Individual Exhibits) 3. Classroom submissions **Teachers are encouraged to participate with their classes and link directly to the art curriculum RULES: 1. For individual or classroom submission please put grade, school and classroom teacher on the back of each entry.
163rd Annual Fall Fair // Sept. 21, 22, 23, 2018 2. All works must be original in specified media and completed since the 2017 fair. 3. All works can be done on canvas, paper and/or 3D art. Maximum size is 12 inches square. 4. Any medium means oil, acrylic, charcoal, marker, pen & ink, pencil, oil pastels, pastels or water colour, modelling clay or plasticine for 3D art, and natural materials (ex: seeds sticks etc.) that will not perish during the duration of the fair when the exhibit is on display. 5. Entries will be judged by a member of HKCC. 6. All exhibits may be entered on the Wednesday before the Fair from 10:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. or Thursday before the Fair from 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m.
O.A.A.S. YOUTH POSTER COMPETITION (Class 12)
“Original Hand Made Design” THREE SECTIONS: 1. Youth up to Grade 4 inclusive. (Junior Competition) 2. Youth Grade 5 to Grade 8 inclusive. (Intermediate Competition). 3. Youth Grade 9 to Grade 12 inclusive. (Senior Competition). Criteria for all sections: Theme: “Promoting the Great Northern Exhibition”. 1. Name and exact dates of fair must be clearly shown on poster. 2. Must be hand drawn. 3. Poster size: minimum 8½” x 11” (22 cm x 28 cm) to a maximum 11” x 17” (28 cm x 44 cm), without border 4. Each entry must be centered on CARDSTOCK or BRISTOL BOARD exposing a 5.5cm border on all four sides. 5. Prize money: $10.00 per section, first place only. Ribbons to all who enter. 6. The winning poster from each section at each fair will be eligible to enter the district competition on. District winners are eligible to enter the Provincial competition. 7. Limited to ONE entry per section per DISTRICT. Each District to hold a competition prior to the annual O.A.A.S. Convention. 8. Name of fair, district, contact person, owner of poster and school, to be clearly labelled on the back of each entry. 9. Prizes - at Provincial level: in each Section 1st $25, 2nd $15, 3rd $10.
Judging Criteria: 1. Overall appearance - 20 points. 2. Attract and hold attention - 30 points. 3. Competition theme clear - 40 points. 4. Quality of materials/end product - 10 points.
O.A.A.S. 2D POSTERS, HOMEMADE AND PROFESSIONAL COMPETITION 1. Original, Handmade design (no electrical or moving parts allowed). 2. Professionally designed and made Criteria for both sections: 1. No raised items – must lay flat 2. Mounted on standard full sheet of Bristol board or cardstock. (approx. 56cm X 71cm.) 3. Name of Fair, Contact Person and Owner of Poster to be clearly labeled on the back of entry. 4. Prizes at Provincial Level: 1st $40, 2nd $30, 3rd $20 Judging Criteria: 1. Overall appearance – 20 points 2. Attract and hold attention – 25 points 3. Competition theme clear – 40 points 4. Quality Materials/end product – 15 points SIMCOE COUNTY DAIRY PRODUCER POSTER COMPETITION Sponsor: Simcoe County Dairy Producer Committee Any media, on white cardstock paper, approximately 30 cm x 45 cm PRIZES: 1st $10; 2nd $6; 3rd $4. Class Topics: 1. Grade 1 & 2 – Milk Products 2. Grade 3 & 4 – Dairy Farming – then and now 3. Grade 5 & 6 – Technology on Dairy Farms The first prize poster in each age group becomes the property of the Simcoe County Dairy Producer Committee, and will be entered in a county-wide competition.
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163rd Annual Fall Fair // Sept. 21, 22, 23, 2018
40 JUNIOR FAIR GRAIN AND SEED (Class 14) PROFESSIONAL AND AMATEUR ART Chairperson: David Reid 705-428-2261 (Class 15) Committee: Leonard Brillinger 705-428-0096 RULES: 1. Open to boys and girls under the age of 16 years as of September 1, this Fair year. 2. All exhibits may be entered on the Wednesday before the Fair from 10:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. or Thursday before the Fair from 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. 3. One entry per exhibitor per section.
PRIZES: 1st - $12.00, 2nd - $10.00, 3rd - $8.00 SECTIONS: 1100. Longest corn cob, unhusked 1101. Biggest circumference corn cob 1102. Biggest Sunflower head in circumference. 1103. Tallest corn stalk, with husked cobs -"no roots" 1104. Best & Largest Sunflower “Head in Flower.” (Head Only) 1105. Tallest Sunflower - "no roots" 1106. 4 soy plants "no roots" mounted on a piece of poster board - "no roots." 1107. A picture using local grains and seed mounted on a piece of craft paper. 1108. A Sheaf of Wheat, and/or Barley, and/ or Oats displayed in a rubber boot. SPECIAL: To the Youth with the highest points in Sections 1100 to 1108 - $10.00 Sponsored by David Reid.
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Sponsors: Rockside Campbell, Georgian Frame Gallery Chairperson: Gordon Kemp 705-445-2412 RULES: 1. All works must be original in specified media and completed since the 2017 Fair. 2. All works must be mounted or framed and wired ready to hang. Mounted means that work can be put on cardstock or Foam core that can be stuck to a wall, or backsupport with double sided tape, or Velcro buttons. 3. Any Medium means oil, acrylic, charcoal, marker, pen & ink, pencil, oil pastel, pastels or watercolour. 4. Amateur over 18 may enter professional class or amateur class, but not both. 5. All works of art are for competition and exhibit purposes only, no items will be sold at the fair. 6. Exhibits must be placed for display as per the GNE deadlines. It is your responsibility to know the rules. All Art can be placed on the Wednesday before the Fair from 10:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. or the Thursday before the Fair from 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH THESE RULES WILL RESULT IN DISQUALIFICATION! DEFINITIONS: AMATEUR - A hobby artist, or one who does not show or sell works in galleries, does not teach art, and is not and/or was not, employed in the commercial art field. DEFINITION: PROFESSIONAL - One who shows in galleries, professional art festivals, teaches art, or who is/was employed in the commercial art field. SECTIONS: 758. Professional classes over 18 years, any medium, any 3 different subjects. Maximum 3 per entrant. $50.00 gift certificate, $20.00, $15.00, $10.00. 759. Amateur classes. Over 18 years of age. Any medium, any 3 different subjects. Maximum 3 per entrant. No craft related pieces. $50.00 gift certificate, $20.00, $10.00, $7.00
163rd Annual Fall Fair // Sept. 21, 22, 23, 2018
AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHY (Class 16)
Sponsor: Kendi Business Systems Chairperson: Liz O’Leary 705-444-7875 Committee: Judy Ferguson 705-445-5775 Note: An amateur photographer is a hobby photographer whose work is not or has not been sold or shown in galleries, does not have a certified diploma or degree in photography and is not or was not employed in a field relating to photography. RULES: 1. All entries to be received by on the Wednesday before the Fair from 10:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. or the Thursday before the Fair from 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. 2. Photos must be taken, by the Exhibitor, since 2017 Fair 3. One entry per section and the same photo can only be used once. 4. Name, telephone number, and address of exhibitor on back of each entry. 5. All entries must be submitted on a black back ground (e.g. Matte boards, Bristol board, construction paper, etc.), borders to be 2” or less from photo’s edge. 6. All entries must be at least 4”x 6”to a maximum of 8”x 10”. 7. All pictures may either be film or digital. See special note in some sections. 8. Not in frames. No glass allowed. No corner tabs. 9. No dates or writing to be printed on photos. 10. A ‘Best in Show’ ribbon will be awarded to the best photograph submitted. 11. If under 16 years of age, please put your age on the back of the black matte paper PRIZE MONEY: $15, $10, $5, unless otherwise stated SECTIONS: 700. Sunrise or Sunset – Karen and Garry Milne, Twyla Brae Farms 701. Selfies 702. Best water scene 703. Summer fun. M & M Meat Shops: Gift Certificates: $15, $10, $5 704. “This makes me laugh” 705. Kids will be kids! - Judy Ferguson 706. Best winter scene 707. My Pet - Open to elementary school students ONLY. Photo must be taken by an elementary school student.
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Reflection (in water, glass, mirror, ice, etc.) Flowers (natural) Wildlife - animals or birds (not domestic) Unique Old Homes of Clearview Township Photo in black and white – any topic Red & Purple - the predominant colours in the photo are red & purple “Only at the GNE would you see…” Can be black & white or colour. New and old Canada Eh! Relics of Yesteryear Dramatic Sky Farm animals Spell your GNE in 4”x6” photos-one photo per lettereach letter must be the shape of an object Sports – must show action Country Life Portrait of a person Portrait of an animal or bird This isn’t your average truck! Still Life “My Best Friend” - taken by an elementary school student ONLY Any other subject not already mentioned in the sections. Computer Altered Landscape – no people shown
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42 FLOWERS AND PLANTS (Class 19)
Sponsor: Kinnear Piano Service Chairperson: Jayne Coutts 428-6104 RULES: 1. All exhibits to be received by Wednesday before the Fair from 10:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. or Thursday before the Fair from 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. Judging takes place on Thursday after 9:30 am. Removal: Sunday of the Fair at 4:00 p.m. 2. All exhibits must be correctly named and securely labelled. Only one exhibit per person, per section. Weighted containers must be used. 3. Prizes will not be awarded if exhibits are in the wrong section or if they do not contain the correct number of blooms or size. 4. All plants and flowers competing for prizes must be owned and have been grown by exhibitor. 5. Flowers and Plants are judged in accordance with the ‘Ontario Judging and Exhibiting Standards for Horticulture and Floral Design’ (Publication 34/2003) which is printed and distributed by the Ontario Horticultural Association and the Garden Clubs of Ontario. To obtain a copy please contact http://gardenontario.org/abo/judging.php PRIZES: 1st - $10.00, 2nd - $8.00, 3rd - $6.00
163rd Annual Fall Fair // Sept. 21, 22, 23, 2018 TIPS FOR EXHIBITORS: 1. Specimens should stand erect. 2. Do not use wide mouthed containers. Do not use valuable containers. 3. Flowers should have good colour, be fresh, not wilted, uniform in size with strong, straight stems. 4. Flowers should be free of disease, insect damage and insects. 5. When a bud is showing colour, it is considered a bloom. HOUSE PLANTS 800. Baby Tears 801. African Violet (Single Crown) - Single Bloom 802. African Violet (Single Crown) - Double or Semi-Double Bloom 803. Wax Begonia 804. Coleus 805. Fern-Boston 806. Fern-Any other variety 807. Tuberous Begonia 808. Most unusual plant-named 809. Cactus 810. Succulent 811. Fuchsia - hanging 812. Impatiens - hanging 813. Ivy - any variety, hanging 814. Open class - any variety-foliage only, pot up to 10” 815. Open class - any variety flowering - except African Violet, pot up to 10” CUT FLOWERS HINTS FOR CUT FLOWERS: Spikes: an upright stem carrying several flowers, usually with short dedicels, such as gladiolas and snap dragons. Stem or Stalk: a plant structure which is carrying one or more flowers and buds- it may be branched e.g. sweet peas, primulas and irises. Spray: a branch of a plant carrying a number of flowers e.g., chrysanthemum, climbing and floribunda roses, petunias etc. all exhibits should have a good stem length. 816. Carnations - 3 blooms 817. Petunias - single - 3 sprays 818. Petunias - double - 3 sprays 819. Petunias - collection in container 820. Cosmos - 3 stems 821. Pansies - 3 blooms, same colour with attached foliage 822. Snapdragons - 3 spikes 823. Snapdragons - dwarf or semi-dwarf - 3 spikes 824. Salvia - 3 spikes 825. Marigolds - 3 blooms - Under 1” 826. Marigolds - 3 blooms - 1”- 2” 827. Marigolds - 3 blooms - 2” - 3” 828. Marigolds - 3 blooms - over 3” 829. Gaillardia - 3 stems 830. Dahlia - 3 blooms - Under 2” 831. Dahlia - 3 blooms - 3” to 4” 832. Dahlia - 1 bloom - 4” to 6” 833. Dahlia - 1 bloom - over 6” 834. Gladiolus - single spike 835. Gladiolus - 3 spikes, any colour
163rd Annual Fall Fair // Sept. 21, 22, 23, 2018 836. 837. 838. 839. 840. 841. 842. 843. 844. 845. 846. 847.
Gladiolus - 3 spikes, bi-colour or blotched Rose-hybrid tea - 1 bloom Rose - one specimen - most fragrant Rose - floribunda - 1 spray Mums - 3 stems - up to 2” blooms Mums - 3 stems - over 2” blooms Zinnia - any type or colour - 3 blooms Rudbeckia - 3 blooms Geranium - 1 head with foliage Sedum - 3 blooms Fall Asters - 3 blooms Any other perennial named (1)
Design: PRIZES: 1st - $10.00, 2nd - $8.00, 3rd - $6.00 848. ‘Pinkalicious’– A design using candy as your accessories. 849. ‘Cultivating Canada’ – A design using various regional grains and grasses to help celebrate our Canadian Heritage. 850. ‘O’d to Prince Harry and Miss Meaghan’- An arrangement that depicts the British celebration in honour of the Royal Wedding. 851. ‘Fireside Glow’ - A floral arrangement using colourful flowers and driftwood in the design. Specials: 852. "Northern Lights" – An arrangement of flowers, fruit or vegetables that is suitable for a dining table. Prize: Jim Kinnear Special: 1st $15.00. 853. ‘Call of the Wild’ – A floral arrangement using wild flowers in a container of your choice. Prize: Jim Kinnear Special: 1st $15, 2nd $10. 854. Howard Milne Memorial Challenge: Cash prize $20, $15, $10. A bouquet of 5 Gladiolus spikes, each one a different colour or colour combination. Howard exhibited his often prize winning glads at the GNE for many years. He enjoyed giving colourful bouquets of his glads to friends and family; his gifts brought joy to both the recipient and the giver. 855. Winner of the most points in Flower and Plant Section. Prize: $15. 856. Judge’s Choice: Sponsored by the Collingwood Horticultural Society. $10.00 plus one year membership in the Horticultural Society. Runner-up a one year membership in the Horticultural Society.
VEGETABLES (Class 20)
Sponsors: Reinhart Foods, Fernwood Farms & Market Committee: Manfred Leimgardt, 705-428-2535, David Reid 705-428-2261, Leonard Brillinger. All exhibits to be received on the Wednesday before the Fair from 10:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. or the Thursday before the Fair from 8:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. and must be in place and ready for judging by 10:00 a.m. on Thursday. Exhibits, other than those subject to severe wilting, must not be removed before 5 p.m., Sunday. Exhibitors may enter once in each section unless otherwise stated. All entries must have been grown by the exhibitor. Exhibitors must supply own plates, pins, tape, etc. See also “Master Category” Rules. PRIZES: 1st - $6.00, 2nd - $5.00, 3rd - $4.00. TIPS TO EXHIBITORS: Generally, the following characteristics are desirable in all types of horticultural exhibits: COLOUR: Bright, clean, attractive. CONDITION: Free from blemishes caused by insects, disease, dirt, mechanical damage and showing evidence of good culture & grooming. QUALITY: Specimens should be of the highest quality. SIZE: Should be moderate, not large, but always according to the variety. TRUENESS TO TYPE: As true to variety or type specified as possible. UNIFORMITY: As nearly uniform in size, colour, form, shape & maturity as possible. TIPS FOR SHOWING YOUR VEGETABLES: Tomatoes – Leave stem on. Pumpkin & Squash - Leave stem attached. Peppers - Leave half inch stem. Onions - do not peel or wash, just remove outer skin, leave tops at one inch above bulb. Carrots - leave a ½” top. Tap root left on. Washed lightly. Beets Leave one inch above crown. Roots trimmed back to no less than one inch. Cucumbers - Leave one quarter inch stem. Cabbage – Some outer leaves should be left on. Corn - one third husks removed from tip to butt. Potatoes - Do not wash. SECTIONS: 900. Beans, yellow (12 pods) 901. Beans, green (12 pods) 902. Beets (5 table size roots) 903. Broccoli (2 heads) 904. Cabbage, white (2 heads) 905. Cabbage, red (2 heads) 906. Cantaloupe (2 fruits) 907. Carrots, long (5 roots) Tops on 908. Carrots, short (5 roots) Tops on 909. Cauliflower (2 heads) 910. Corn, sweet for the table (6 ears) 911. Cucumber, slicing (3 fruits) 912. Cucumber, gherkins (5 fruits) 913. Cucumber, pickling (5 fruits) 914. Eggplant (3 fruits) 915. English Cucumbers, (3 fruits) 916. Garden herbs (5 species) 917. Gourds, ornamental (4) 918. Muskmelon (2 fruits) 919. Onions, cooking (5 bulbs)
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Onions, pickling (12 bulbs) Onions, Spanish (5 bulbs) Onions, green table (bunch of 6) Potatoes, white (5 tubers) Potatoes, red (5 tubers) Potatoes, sweet (5 tubes) Peppers (3 green sweet) Peppers (3 red sweet) Peppers (3 red hot) Peppers (3 yellow) Pumpkin (2 pie type) Squash (2 peppers) Squash (2 butternut) Squash (1 Hubbard) Squash (1 Golden Hubbard) Squash (1 Spaghetti) Tomatoes (5 slicing) Tomatoes (5 canning) Turnips (2 roots) Watermelon (2 fruit) Zucchini, green (2 slicing) Other vegetables may be shown by name, type and variety up to 3 different items per exhibitor. 942. Collection of vegetables - at least 7 distinct varieties. Displayed on a tray or container supplied by the grower not larger than 2’ x 2’. 1st $30, 2nd $20, 3rd $10. 40 points condition of vegetables 40 points for the number of varieties 20 points for arrangements 943. $25.00 to the person winning the highest number of points in vegetable section, excluding “Master Category”.1st - 3 points, 2nd - 2 points, 3rd - 1 point. 944. Novelty Section - Odd shape of any vegetable. Ribbons only. 945. Largest pumpkin class by circumference - adults only.
MASTER CATEGORY (Class 39)
For anyone who won first, second or third prize at the GNE from 2007 to 2017. Exhibitors will compete against each other in the following sections and cannot enter in these same classes in the regular competition. PRIZES: 1st - $6.00, 2nd - $5.00, 3rd - $4.00. SECTIONS: 946. Tomatoes (5 slicing) 947. Tomatoes (5 canning) 948. Potatoes, red (5 tubers) 949. Potatoes, white (5 tubers) 950. Carrots, long (5 roots) 951. Carrots, short (5 roots) 952. Corn, sweet for the table (6 ears) 953. Beans, yellow (12 pods) 954. Beans, green (12 pods) 955. Broccoli (2 heads) 956. Onions, cooking (5 bulbs) 957. Onions, pickling (12 bulbs) 958. Onions, Spanish (5 bulbs)
163rd Annual Fall Fair // Sept. 21, 22, 23, 2018 959. 960. 961. 962. 963. 964. 965. 966. 967. 968. 969. 970. 971. 972. 973. 974. 975.
Beets (5 table size roots) Cabbage, white (2 heads) Turnips (2 roots) Cucumber, slicing (3 fruits) Cucumber, gherkins (5 fruits) Cucumber, pickling (5 fruits) English Cucumbers, (3 fruits) Peppers (3 green sweet) Peppers (3 red sweet) Peppers (3 red hot) Peppers (3 yellow) Squash (2 peppers) Cauliflower (2 heads) Squash (2 butternut) Squash (1 Hubbard) Squash (1 Golden Hubbard) Collection of vegetables at least 7 distinct varieties Displayed on a tray or container supplied by the grower not larger than 2’ x 2’. 1st $30, 2nd $20, 3rd $10. 40 points condition of vegetables 40 points for the number of varieties 20 points for arrangements 976. $25.00 will be paid to the person winning the highest number of points in the Master Category Vegetable Sections. 1st - 3 points, 2nd - 2 points, 3rd - 1 point. JUNIOR FAIR VEGETABLES - see Junior Fair Section
COLLECTABLE CORNER (Class 35)
Chairperson: Manfred Leimgardt 705-428-2535. Sponsored by: Holmes Agro SECTION: 400 RULES: 1. Open to all collectors. 2. Displays only. 3. Pre-register by the Wednesday before the Fair. Call the office at 705-444-0308. 4. Each collector will be given a 2’ x 4’ space. 5. Every display will receive a ribbon.
FRUITS (Class 21)
Sponsor: Reinhart Foods Chairperson: Manfred Leimgardt 705-428-2535 Committee: Leonard Brillinger All exhibits must be in place and ready for judging by 10:00 a.m. on the Thursday before the Fair. Note: It does not follow that because a prize is offered that it must be awarded, unless there is proper competition, or unless the exhibit is of sufficient merit to warrant being made. All entries must have been grown by the exhibitor. Apples 2-1/2 inch or over. PRIZES: 1st - $6.00; 2nd - $5.00; 3rd - $4.00 SECTIONS: 5 pound plastic bags: 1000. Spartan 1001. Empire 1002. McIntosh 1003. Ida Red
163rd Annual Fall Fair // Sept. 21, 22, 23, 2018 1004. Red Delicious 1005. Golden Delicious 1006. Cortland 1007. Northern Spy 1008. Russet 1009. Any other variety, named 1013. Plums, 4 qt. Name Variety 1014. Pears, 4 qt. Name Variety 1015. Raspberries, 1 pint - Name Variety. Must be in a waterproof container.
GRAIN AND SEED (Class 36)
2018 FIELD COMPETITION Sponsor: Holmes Agro Chairperson: David Reid 705-428-2261 Committee: Leonard Brillinger RULES: To be eligible to compete in this section: 1. An exhibitor must be 17 years of age or older. 2. Crop samples must be of the current crop production year only. 3. Grain not to be cleaned. Combine run only. Grain to be exhibited in a large clear zipper seal plastic bags, 4. All exhibits may be entered from Wednesday before the Fair 10:00 a.m. till 9:00 p.m. & 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. Thursday before the Fair. One entry per Exhibitor, per Section PRIZES: Section 1050 - 1061 - $12.00, $10.00, $8.00 SECTIONS: 1050. Barley & name variety. 1051. Oats & name variety. 1052. Winter wheat & name variety. 1053. Hard Red Spring Wheat & name variety. 1054. Canola. 1055. Hybrid Corn. 5 Stalks, husks pulled halfway back on cobs. “No roots”. 1056. Tallest single stalk of corn. “No roots”. 1057. Hybrid Corn. Best Single Corn Cob. Husks pulled back and still attached to cob. Judging is on size of cob and size & number of kernels, the length & diameter of the cob. 1058. First Cut Hay – Dry Hay may be a slab or bundle to be displayed in clear garbage bags, between 3kg & 5kg. 1059. Second Cut Hay – Dry Hay may be a slab or bundle to be displayed in clear garbage bags, between 3kg & 5kg 1060. Best & Largest Sunflower Head. (Head Only). 1061. Tallest Sunflower Plant. “No roots”. SPECIAL - Prize $15.00-$12.00-$10.00 1062. Sheaf of Wheat or Barley or Oats displayed in a rubber boot. (A Sheaf must be secured with 2 bands) SPECIAL – Prize money: $15:00- $10.00- $5.00. Sponsored and Judged by A & D Seeds 1063. Bird Seed Mixture. Make your own bird seed mixture using locally grown seeds, grains and peanuts. Bird Seed Mixture to be exhibited in a larger clear zipper seal plastic bag. SPECIALS: 1064. Collingwood Fuels Ltd.: To the highest point winner in sections 1050 - 1054, $15.00 1065. Keith Currie Farms: To the highest point winner in sections 1055 - 1057 for corn, $15.00
DAIRY CATTLE (Class 22)
Date: Friday Time: 12:00 p.m. to run at the same time as the Inter-Club 4-H Dairy Sponsors: Kells Service Centre Inc., In Memory of Bud & Lois Kells, Stayner Town and Country Chairperson: Tanya Walker 705-428-2021 All exhibitors must have proof of one million dollars ($1,000,000) of liability insurance. PRIZE MONEY: $50; $45; $35; $30; $25; $20; $15; $12; $10; $8. Note: In the event of a rain out, we reserve the right to adjust the prize money. PREMISE I.D. – Collingwood Agricultural Society # ON 4229070 SECTIONS: Sections 1150 and 1156 sponsored by Stayner Town and Country 1150. Female Jr. Calf - Born March 1, 2018 and younger. 1151. Female Intermediate Calf - Born December 1, 2017 February 28, 2018. 1152. Female Sr. Calf - Born September 1, 2017 - November 30, 2017. 1153. Female Summer Yearling - Born June 1, 2017 - August 31, 2017. 1154. Female Jr. Yearling - Born March 1, 2017 - May 31, 2017. 1155. Female Intermediate Yearling - Born December 1, 2016 - February 28, 2017. 1156. Female Sr. Yearling - Born September 1, 2016 November 30, 2016. 1157. Group of 3 Females. (Bred and owned by exhibitor) 1158. Herdsperson Special. To encourage neatness of the exhibitor area, a special prize of $25 awarded by the G.N.E. 1159. Champion Dairy Calf & Reserve 1160. Novice Showmanship (9 – 11 years as of Jan 1, 2018) 1161. Junior Showmanship (12 - 14 years as of Jan. 1, 2018) 1162. Intermediate Showmanship (15 - 17 years as of Jan. 1, 2018) 1163. Senior Showmanship (18 - 21 years as of Jan. 1, 2018) 1164. Champion & Reserve Showperson We encourage recycling. A ribbon recycling box will be located at the entrance to each competitive event, should you wish to return them.
46 BEEF CATTLE (Class 23)
Date: Saturday Judging: After Antique Tractor Parade approx. 1:45 p.m. Sponsors: Glen Islay Farms, Jones Feed Mills Ltd., Johnson Livestock Trucking, Hill Haven Shorthorns, Mill-Ric-Vue Farms Ltd, Brinkman Arnold Family, McQueen Vue Paving & Farms Committee: Don Currie, Maureen McLeod 705-466-5531, Glenn Copeland, Dale Asser, Maureen Millar, Andrea Isaac and all the helpers around the ring fair day. PREMISE I.D. – Collingwood Agricultural Society # ON 4229070 CATTLE COMPETITION 1. Judges are asked to make no award if any entry is considered unworthy. 2. All purebred champion animals will be required to show pedigrees. GENERAL RULES Definition of an entry: Breeding Classes For the purposes of the Classifications an exhibit shall be interpreted as follows: All purebred registered animals, whether owned by one person or by more than one person (individually or jointly) which are maintained on one farm or breeding unit, are considered to be the production of that farm or breeding unit. 1. For the purposes of the Classifications a breeding unit is defined as follows: In each classification where the same or common interests are involved in more than one breeding operation such operations are considered as one breeding unit. In all cases where there is any doubt that more than one breeding unit exists, the interpretation shall be that only one breeding unit exists. The responsibility of proof of separation of breeding units shall rest with the exhibitor(s). 2. An exhibitor is any breeder or firm which presents animals for official placing by a judge at the time specified by the fair for judging. 3. Each breed must have at least three (3) exhibitors and twenty animals exhibited to make a separate breed section. Otherwise, the committee reserves the right to adjust sections and prize money. 4. In the event of a rain out, we reserve the right to adjust prize money. 5. Proof of liability is to be acknowledged with the name of the insurance company or insurance agent placed on the entry form next to your signature. All exhibitors must have proof of one million dollars ($1,000,000) of liability insurance. 6. The IAFE and CAFE Show Ring Code of Ethics for Exhibitors will be enforced. 7. An exhibitor may enter two entries per section in a maximum of three sections to a maximum of 10 head per exhibitor, with the exception of Breeders Herd. 4-H members and Junior Fair participants are encouraged to participate in the Senior fair and show in the open sections where their calves qualify. 8. Cattle are to be on the grounds by 10 a.m. and are not
163rd Annual Fall Fair // Sept. 21, 22, 23, 2018 to leave until 5 p.m. The exception to this rule is the exhibitors who need to go to a 4-H Achievement program elsewhere. Committees should be made aware of these entries early in the day. 9. EXHIBITORS TAKE SPECIAL NOTE: Calves shown in sections 7 and 8 are NOW eligible for sections l and 4. These calves are also eligible for the breeders herd as individuals. 10. We will be providing exhibitor number cards and ask that Showperson wear this in the ring for ease of bookkeeping. BREEDS offered this year: A (AberdeenAngus); C (Charolais); M.Br. (Mixed breeds, Purebreds of all breeds), S (Shorthorns). BULL CLASSES: See note in rule 9. Also if more than 6 calves in this class we will split it into 2 classes by age. PRIZE MONEY: $60; $55; $50; $45; $40; $35; $30; $25; $20; $15. All other entries will receive $15 In Section #1 there will be 7 prizes paid. In Section #2, 3,7,8,9 there will be 5 prizes paid. In Section #4, 5, 6 there will be 10 prizes paid. SPECIALS: 1244. Two “Herdsperson” awards for Saturday afternoon $30.00 each. The award is usually selected by G.N.E. Board Members by frequent tours of the tie-up areas. We encourage all the exhibitors to keep things tidy and neat and with displayed information for the public. The sponsor is Hill Haven Shorthorns. SECTION: A C M. Br. S 1. Bull-calf - born on or after January 1, 2018 Must be at least three months of age on day of judging 1200 1210 1220 1230 1A. If more than 6 calves in class per breed. Committee decision at show time 1200A 1210A 1220A 1230A 1B. Steer, commercial or purebred, any breed 2. Junior Bull-yearling - born April 1, 2017-Dec. 31, 2017 1201 1211 1221 1231 3. Senior Bull-yearling - born Jan. 1, 2017-Mar. 31, 2017 1202 1212 1222 1232 We do not have facilities for bulls any older than yearlings; please do not bring these animals to the fair grounds. Champion and Reserve each breed - ribbons only. We encourage recycling. A ribbon recycling box will be located at the entrance to each competitive event, should you wish to return them.
163rd Annual Fall Fair // Sept. 21, 22, 23, 2018
GREAT NORTHERN HEIFER SHOWCASE
Sponsor: Jones Feed Mills Ltd. 1. The first female class of the day. The best 2017 purebred heifer in each exhibitor’s showstring. One entry per exhibitor. Each heifer must be shown in Section 5 or 6 in the appropriate breed. PREMISE I.D. – Collingwood Agricultural Society # ON 4229070 PRIZES: 1st $100, 2nd $75, 3rd $50 sponsored by the Great Northern Exhibition. Following this multi-breed show, we will proceed with the rest of the female sections. SECTIONS: A C M.Br. S 4. Purebred Female calf - born on or after Jan. 1, 2018 At least three months of age on day of judging. 1203 1213 1223 1233 4A. If more than 6 calves in class per breed. Committee decision at show time 1203A 1213A 1223A 1233A 4B. Commercial Female calf born in 2018, not purebred 5. Purebred Heifer, born April 1 to December 31, 2017 1204 1214 1224 1234 5A. Commercial Heifer, born Apr 1 to Dec 31, 2017 6. Purebred Heifer, born Jan. 1 to Mar. 31, 2017 - 1205 1215 1225 1235 6A. Commercial Heifer, born Jan 1 to Mar 31, 2017 6B. Champion Commercial Heifer 7. Purebred Cow - born Jan. 1 to Dec. 31, 2016 with her own 2018, natural, purebred, tattooed calf at foot. Calves eligible for section 1 or 4. 1206 1216 1226 1236 8. Purebred Cow, born prior to January 1, 2016 with her own 2018, natural, purebred, tattooed calf at foot. Calves eligible for section 1 or 4. 1207 1217 1227 1237 Champion Female and Reserve, each breed Ribbons only. Breed champions decided after each female champion done. Champion male will be asked to enter the ring for final Breed judging. 9. Purebred Breeder’s Herd. A group of 4 purebred animals bred by exhibitor, both sexes represented. At least one animal must be owned by the exhibitor. Limited to one exhibit per exhibitor. 1208 1218 1228 1238 1239. SPECIAL: Champion Purebred Breeder’s Herd. Sponsored by Glen Islay Farms. Prizes: $50, $30, $20. 1240. SPECIAL: Grand Champion Purebred Bull & Grand Champion Reserve Bull. Sponsored by Johnson Trucking. Prizes: $60, $40 1241. SPECIAL: Grand Champion Purebred Female & Grand Champion Reserve Female. Sponsored by Mill-RicVue Farms Ltd. Prizes: $60, $40 1242. Grand Champion and Reserve Commercial Female. Sponsored by: McQueen Vue Paving & Farms. Prizes: $60, $40 1243. SPECIAL: C. Brinkman Arnold Award for Supreme Beef Animal for 2018 G.N.E. Bring the purebred breed champions of the day back into the ring for the selection of the Supreme Purebred Champion of the day. This award will be presented by the daughters of C.B. (Brink) Arnold, formerly of Glen Huron, and a long time Hereford breeder and supporter of the G.N.E.
Purebred Only Class. Supreme Champion & Reserve ribbons given out. We will give out the Herdsperson Award when the Breeder’s Herd Competition is done. This will provide suitable recognition for the efforts during the day of the exhibitors to keep things tidy and informative. These final sections sometimes get moved around as the committee tries to make things run smoothly for all the cattlemen and the cattle. Exhibitors are advised to be listening and watching fairly closely so as not to miss anything they wish to enter or need to be in the ring to participate.
48 SHEEP & GOATS (Class 24)
Sponsors: Martin Rigney Electric Ltd., Ironside Law Firm, Creemore Village Pharmacy Chairpersons: Garry Milne 705-444-2895. Committee: Patricia Egan 705-428-2714, Allan Fisher, Don Metheral 705-466-2568, Rick Metheral 705-466-3295, Kent Ferguson, Kyle Ferguson, Teralyn Wilson. PREMISE I.D. – Collingwood Agricultural Society # ON 4229070 The GNE Sheep and Goat Show gets better every year. Our mission is to give producers in our community the chance to get together and show the public what we do. Whether you’re a commercial producer with a hundred ewes or a hobby farmer with six, you’ll enjoy the chance to mix with other shepherds, lean on a pen and talk sheep with your neighbours. $250 prize for light lamb; $250 prize for heavy lamb; live Shearing Demonstration; Spinners and Weavers; Freezer Lamb Promotion. We try to make it as easy as possible to exhibit sheep. Our committee sets up the pens and looks after feeding, watering, bedding and security for the entire three days of the fair. Don’t worry about the condition of your market lamb. We have a team who will be happy to spend some time with you, shearing it and getting it pretty for the big cash prize competition. There’s always a crowd in the sheep barn, because we put on a daily programme of sheep shearing, featuring Canada’s National Shearing Champion, Donny Metheral. Local spinners and weavers will be back this year with a spinning wheel and demonstration of fibre arts. Each year, our commercial exhibitors find a ready market for freezer lamb in the crowd. So keep the Sheep and Goat Show in mind this year and give your nearest committee member a call if you have any questions. RULES: ALL SHEEP MUST BE TAGGED WITH AN APPROVED TAG 1. All entries must be on the grounds by 10 a.m. on Friday and stay until 5 p.m. on Sunday. 2. They will be fed and taken care of by the sheep committee. 3. Owners to supply feed and instructions on feeding. Hay will be available at a reasonable price at the grounds. 4. Bring sheep in by way of the North Gate. 5. Judge has discretion to award placing in case of a single entry in a section. 6. A limit of one entry per section from each exhibitor. 7. Each entry can only be shown in one section. 8. Animals will be judged in pens. 9. Committee will have final say as to which section each entry will be entered. Market lambs will be weighed. 10. Uniformity of the lambs presented in each section will be 50% of the judging criteria. The remaining 50% will be on conformation. 11. All exhibitors must have proof of one million ($1,000,000) of liability insurance.
163rd Annual Fall Fair // Sept. 21, 22, 23, 2018 SECTIONS: 1300. First cross ewe lambs. Pen of 3 F.1 ewe lambs with full set of milk teeth (F. 1 definition for this show - a first generation female sired by a purebred ram and out of a dam of a different identifiable breed - the dam being at least 75% pure blood of the identified breed). Prize money: $60, $50, $40, $30, $20, $10 to 10th place. 1301. Cross bred ewe lambs. Pen of 3 crossbred ewe lambs, with full set of milk teeth. Prize money: $60, $50, $40, $30, $20, $10 to 10th place. 1302. Purebred lambs. Pen of 3 purebred lambs of same breed with full set of milk teeth. Same sex to be presented. Prize money: $60, $50, $40, $30, $20 to 10th place. 1303. Yearlings. Pen of 2 of same breed or cross, with first pair of permanent teeth. Same sex to be presented. Prize money: $40, $30, $20, $15, $10 to 10th place. 1304. Ewes. Pen of 2 of same breed or cross. Prize money: $40, $30, $20, $15, $10, $5 to 10th place. 1305. GNE SPECIAL: Heavy market lambs. Ewe or wether of any breed over 80 lbs. Lambs to be shown slick shorn. Prize money: $250, $30, $25, $20, $15, $10, $5 to 10th place. (Exhibitor will keep the winning lamb.) 1306. GNE SPECIAL: Light market lambs. Ewe or wether of any breed less than 80 lbs. Lambs to be shown slick shorn. Prize money: $250, $30, $25, $20 $15, $10, $5 to 10th place. (Exhibitor will keep the winning lamb.) 1307. Best pen of animals overall. Grand Champion: $30.00. Reserve: $20.00. 1308. Herdsperson’s Special. Best exhibitor area. Awarded by the GNE to recognize an exhibitor’s effort to create a pleasant display of his/her animals. Prize Money: $25.00. GOATS Entries to be on grounds by 10 a.m. Friday and exhibitors have the option to remove entries Friday night. Will be fed and cared for by committee. Owner to provide feed and feeding instructions. Goats will be judged in pens. Same criteria as in Sheep Show. PREMISE I.D. – Collingwood Agricultural Society # ON 4229070 1350. Pen of 3 kids does-any breed. Prize Money: $40, $30, $20, $10, $5. 1351. Pen of 2 yearlings does-any breed. Prize Money: $30, $25, $20, $10, $5. 1352. Pen of two milking does-any breed. Prize Money: $30, $25, $20, $10, $5
PUREBRED SHEEP SHOW (CLASS 42)
Committee Chairperson: Garry Milne, Vice Chairperson: Teralyn Bell Sponsor: Jordan and Teralyn Bell General Rules and Regulations of the Collingwood Agricultural Society apply. The $10.00 membership applies for each EXHIBITOR; this is a once per year charge and allows a member to show in any section of the Fair. Each exhibitor may exhibit a maximum of two breeds. NO COMMISSION OR ENTRY FEES ARE CHARGED.
163rd Annual Fall Fair // Sept. 21, 22, 23, 2018 SUNDAY SHOWTIME: In the Pavilion Sunday, September 23 @ 10:00 a.m.; arrive prior to 9:00 a.m. PREMISE I.D. – Collingwood Agricultural Society # ON 4229070 Prize Money: $30.00, $25.00, $20.00, $15.00, $10.00 all other entities $8.00 SECTIONS 4200 Yearling Ewe: Dorset 4201 Ewe Lamb: Dorset 4202 Yearling Ram: Dorset 4203 Ram Lamb: Dorset 4204 Get of Sire: Dorset – see additional rules section 4205 Breeder’s Flock: Dorset – see additional rules section 4206 Yearling Ewe: Suffolk 4207 Ewe Lamb: Suffolk 4208 Yearling Ram: Suffolk 4209 Ram Lamb: Suffolk 4210 Get of Sire: Suffolk – see additional rules section 4211 Breeder’s Flock: Suffolk – see additional rules section 4212 Yearling Ewe: Hampshire 4213 Ewe Lamb: Hampshire 4214 Yearling Ram: Hampshire 4215 Ram Lamb: Hampshire 4216 Get of Sire: Hampshire – see additional rules section 4217 Breeder’s Flock: Hampshire – see additional rules section 4218 Yearling Ewe: North Country Cheviot 4219 Ewe Lamb: North Country Cheviot 4220 Yearling Ram: North Country Cheviot 4221 Ram Lamb: North Country Cheviot 4222 Get of Sire: North Country Cheviot – see additional rules section. 4223 Breeder’s Flock: North Country Cheviot – see additional rules section. 4224 Yearling Ewe: Oxford 4225 Ewe Lamb: Oxford 4226 Yearling Ram: Oxford 4227 Ram Lamb: Oxford 4228 Get of Sire: Oxford – see additional rules section 4229 Breeder’s Flock: Oxford – see additional rules section 4230 Yearling Ewe: Southdown 4231 Ewe Lamb: Southdown 4232 Yearling Ram: Southdown 4233 Ram Lamb: Southdown 4234 Get of Sire: Southdown – see additional rules section 4235 Breeder’s Flock: Southdown – see additional rules section 4236 Yearling Ewe: Any Other Breed 4237 Ewe Lamb: Any Other Breed 4238 Yearling Ram: Any Other Breed 4239 Ram Lamb: Any Other Breed 4240 Get of Sire: Any Other Breed 4241 Breeder’s Flock: Any Other Breed GRAND CHAMPION 4242 Grand Champion Ewe Ribbon section only 4243 Grand Champion Ram Ribbon section only
Additional Rules Sheep: An exhibitor may enter 2 animals per sections in a maximum of 2 classes per breed. All Yearlings - must have 3rd pair of temporary incisors in place All Lambs - must have 1st pair of temporary incisors in place In the event that there are not 10 animals or 2 exhibitors showing in a breed, the breed will be shown in the Any Other Breed class Get of Sire – Group of 3 animals – full mouth milk teeth by the same sire. Both sexes may be represented. All animals must be of one breed. Breeders Flock – Bred and owned by Exhibitor. Group of 4 animals – both sexes must be represented. Each animal in the group must have been exhibited in one of the preceding classes. All animals in a group must be of one breed.
WELSH PONY AND COB SHOW AND SPORT PONY SHOW (Class 40)
Date: Friday morning (start times below) Chair: Rylee Sampson (705) 794-4245 Committee: Jenna Ponzo, Korey Wiest, Chrissy Wilson Judge: TBA Sponsors: The Tack Shoppe of Collingwood, Tigs Store, Crown Ridge Farms, Raedan Freight Services, The Packaging Company, Drogheda Farm, DASH Equine, The Chocolate Palomino, Purina Equine Canada, My Barn Child, Brevmac Farm, Blackwood Acres, Carousel Farms, Harpy’s Bows, Felicia Coe - Wintergreen Farm, Lionsgates Welsh Ponies, Justin Ridgewell of Braeburn Farms, Prosser’s Garage, The Horse Limo, Neachai Equine Ayurveda, Alexis Lamoureux – Buckeye Sales Representative, Karie Elizebeth Photography, Scott Sales and Solutions, Greenhawk Collingwood, Robt. Noble Ltd. On Site Photographer: Free social media photos. Karie Elizebeth Photography Prizes: Regular Classes : 1st: $15, 2nd: $10, 3Rd : $8, 4th : $6, 5th: $4 6th : ribbon Junior Classes : 1st: $10, 2nd: $8, 3Rd : $6, 4th : $4, 5th : $2 6th : ribbon Stake Classes : 1st: $20, 2nd: $15, 3Rd : $10, 4th : $8, 5th: $6 6th : ribbon Entry Fees : $10 Regular Classes / $4 Junior Classes / $12 Stake Classes Class Order: Start time 9 a.m. 1. Welsh Breeding Classes W1 – W17 2. Sport Pony SP1 – SP6 4. Welsh Junior Division W18 – W23 -20 Minute Lunch Break 5. Sport Pony Undersaddle SP7, SP8 6. Welsh Performance Undersaddle W24 – W30 7. Welsh Performance in Harness W31 – W35 Welsh Pony and Cob Show Class List WPCAO High Points Award Show 4000. Section A Two and Under Colt, Filly or Gelding 4001. Section A Three and Over Mare 4002. Section A Three and Over Stallion or Gelding 4003. Section A Champion and Reserve Champion - $100 Bonus Prize money Sponsored by Raedan Freight Services
4004. Section B Two and Under Colt, Filly or Gelding 4005. Section B Three and Over Mare – Stallion Service to Fydlyn Adlais Donated by Crown Ridge Farms to the winner of this class. 4006. Section B Three and Over Stallion or Gelding 4007. Section B Champion and Reserve Champion - $100 Bonus Prize money Sponsored by Brevmac Farm 4008. Section C/D Two and Under Colt, Filly or Gelding 4009. Section C/D Three and Over Mare 4010. Section C/D Three and Over Stallion or Gelding 4011. Section C/D Champion and Reserve Champion - $100 Bonus prize money Sponsored by Lionsgates Welsh Ponies 4012. Supreme Best of Breed Champion – Halter, Trophy & $100 Bonus prize money Sponsored by Blackwood Acres Half Welsh Division – One parent must be registered in either Section A, B, C or D of the Welsh Stud Book 4013. Half Welsh Two and Under Colt, Filly, or Gelding 4014. Half Welsh Three and Over Stallion, Gelding or Mare 4015. Half Welsh Champion and Reserve Champion - $100 Bonus prize money Sponsored by Drogheda Farm, Strathmore, AB SHOWMANSHIP 4016. Senior Showmanship 18 years and over. Section A,B,C,D or Half-Welsh – Prize Sponsored by Tigs Store 4017. Junior Showmanship 10 years of age and under – Section A,B,C,D or Half-Welsh – Prize Sponsored by DASH Equine 4018. Junior Showmanship 11 to 17 years of age – Section A,B,C,D or Half-Welsh – Prize Sponsored by The Chocolate Palomino JUNIOR DIVISION 4019. Child's Leadline Pony – 7 years of age & under Equitation - walk only. Mare or gelding Section A,B,C,D or Half-Welsh. Riders in this class cannot enter any other undersaddle class. Trophy and Prize Sponsored by Carousel Farms in Memory of Colwyn Tegan. Professional photo of each leadline participant donated by Karie Elizebeth Photography. 4020. Child's Leadline Pony - 12 years of age & under Equitation - walk, trot. Mare or gelding Section A,B,C,D or Half-Welsh Professional photo of each leadline participant donated by Karie Elizebeth Photography. 4021. Child's Pony - 12 years of age & under - Equitation - walk, trot. Mare or gelding Section A,B,C,D or HalfWelsh 4022. Child’s Pleasure Pony -12 years of age & under Walk, trot – performance and suitability to count. Mare or gelding Section A,B,C,D or Half-Welsh PERFORMANCE UNDER SADDLE DIVISION 4023. Equitation - Junior to ride - mare or gelding - Section A, B, C, D & Half Welsh 4024. Welsh Pleasure Pony Under Saddle - Junior to ride Section A & B - mare or gelding
163rd Annual Fall Fair // Sept. 21, 22, 23, 2018 4025. Welsh Pleasure Pony Under Saddle - Adult to ride – Section A & B - mare, gelding or stallion 4026. Welsh Pleasure Pony or Cob Under Saddle - Adult or Junior to ride - Section C & D - mare, gelding or stallion 4027. Command Class - Adult or Junior to ride - Section A, B, C, D & Half Welsh 4028. Half Welsh Pleasure Pony Under Saddle - Adult or Junior to ride - mare, gelding or stallion – Prize Kindly Sponsored by Greenhawk Collingwood. 4029. Welsh Pony Under Saddle STAKE - Adult or Junior to ride - Section A, B, C, D - mare, gelding or stallion InBarn Photoshoot Sponsored by Karie Elizebeth Please note that stallions may only be shown by an adult in any class. PERFORMANCE IN HARNESS DIVISION To be shown in a suitable 2 or 4 wheeled pleasure vehicle. Type of harness is optional. Adult or Junior to drive. Drivers to carry a whip and wear a hat, gloves and driving apron. 4030. Welsh Pleasure Driving Pony - Section A, B, C, D mare, gelding or stallion - Novice pony or cob. Pony to be in 1st or 2nd year of showing in driving classes. 4031. Welsh Pleasure Driving Pony - Section A & B - mare, gelding or stallion - Adult or Junior to drive 4032. Welsh Pleasure Driving Pony - Section C & D - mare, gelding or stallion - Adult or Junior to drive 4033. Welsh Pleasure Driving Pony - Section A, B, C, D - mare or gelding - Junior to drive 4034. Welsh Pleasure Driving Pony Stake - Section A, B, C, D - mare, gelding or stallion. – Prize Sponsored by The Tack Shoppe of Collingwood SportPony Starsearch Championship Qualifier In order to qualify to compete at the 2018 Royal SportPony Starsearch a pony must compete and qualify at a listed 2018 qualifier show. First place winners in classes 1-8 qualify for the 2018 SportPony Starsearch Challenge Cup at the Royal Winter Fair. If the first place pony has already qualified at a previous show in 2018, the 2nd place pony becomes the qualifier. Both undersaddle classes qualify for each respective class. Rules: Ponies must measure 14.2hh or less. Passport and registration is not necessary, nor must the pony be registered SportPony to compete (Stallions can only be handled and ridden by adults who are 18 years and older). Adults can ride a pony. To compete at the 2018 SportPony Finals at the Royal Winter Fair, an entry must be made prior to the closing date and accepted by the Royal entry department. The SportPony Starsearch Championship prize money and cooler are sponsored by Denworth Equine Management. The winner will be awarded the perpetual Morton SportPony Challenge Cup and a silver keeper plate sponsored by Morton Stables. For more information, please contact Darlene Morton at email@example.com
163rd Annual Fall Fair // Sept. 21, 22, 23, 2018 Classes may NOT be combined 4035. Sport Pony Foal of Current Year 4036. Sport Pony Yearling Colt, Filly or Gelding 4037. Sport Pony Two Year Old Colt, Filly or Gelding 4038. Junior Champion & Reserve Sport Pony (eligible are 1st & 2nd place of class 1,2 & 3) – $100 Bonus In memory of Robert Lloyd, a huge supporter of everyone's pathway in the Equestrian World. 4039. Three Year Old and Over Sport Pony Mare – Stallion Service to Cllynncopa Jakarta Donated by Felicia Coe of Wintergreen Farm. 4040. Three Year Old and Over Sport Pony Gelding 4041. Three Year Old and Over Sport Pony Stallion 4042. Senior Champion & Reserve Sport Pony (eligible are 1st & 2nd place of class 4, 5 & 6) - $100 Bonus Sponsored Prosser’s Garage 4043. Overall Grand Champion Sport Pony (eligible are Junior & Reserve Champions and Senior & Reserve Champions) – $100 Bonus Prizemoney & Champion Cooler Sponsored by Robt. Noble Ltd. 4044. Hunter Suitability undersaddle. Three years and over mare, stallion or gelding. $100 Bonus Donated by Scott Sales and Solutions 4045. Dressage Suitability Undersaddle. Three years and over mare, stallion or gelding. Professional Dressage Lesson Donated By FEI, Sponsored Rider Justin Ridgewell of Braeburn Farms
HEAVY HORSES (Class 25)
Date: Sunday Time: 10:30 a.m. Sponsors: Lewis Motor Sales, Creemore Veterinary Services, Marjorie Beattie In Memory Of Ross Beattie Chairperson: Robert McArthur 705 828-3831 Committee: Andrew Currie, Milton McArthur, Howard Walker, Garry Milne RULES: 1. All exhibitors must provide proof of one million dollars ($1,000,000) of liability insurance. 2. All hitch classes must be shown with proper vehicle and show harness. Positively no entries received after 10 a.m., on the day of Judging. No exhibitor may show more than two entries in any one section. 3. Note: Drivers of all multiple horse hitches must be accompanied by a capable driver. 4. No percentage of prize money will be deducted, but a Membership Fee of $10.00 will be required from each exhibitor. 5. No appeal against the Judge’s award will be considered by the Committee. 6. Exhibitors must be prompt when called as judging must proceed on time. 7. Sections subject to change at the committee’s discretion.
8. Less than 3 entries per section subject to combining heavy and light hitches. Order of showing will be provided, will include heavy and light classes.
LINE SECTIONS 1400. Trophy for tallest horse on the grounds. Trophy donated by Creemore Veterinary Services. 1401. Stake Section (On Line). One entry per exhibitor. Open to Commercials only. Halter donated by Hugh Ransier. Prize Money: $25, $20, all remaining entries $15. 1402. JUNIOR SECTION: We are pleased to present The Junior Showmanship Halter Section for boys and girls, eighteen years old and under, open to all Draft Breeds. Prize Money: 1st - $25; 2nd - $20; 3rd - $15; all other entries $10. Class sponsored by Mike and Cindy Currie. 1403. Ontario Belgian Horse Association – Junior Showmanship Program Eligibility: Open to Youths 18 & under, as of January 1, 2018, showing a Belgian Horse on the line, competitors in this section will receive points towards the OBHA Youth Program. Stallions ONE year & over may not be used. Ribbon Section only. Prizes: $50; $40; $30; $28; $25; $21; $18; $15; $13; $11. Line Sections B- (Belgians) C- (Clydesdale) P- (Percherons) BCP Registered Yeld Mare, 4 years old and over. B 1404 C 1411 P 1418 Registered Filly, three year old. B1405 C 1412 P1419 Registered Brood Mare with foal by side or evidence of being in foal. B1406 C 1413 P1420 Registered Foal - Filly or Colt - current year. B1407 C 1414 P 1421 Halter and $200.00 of prize money donated by Pink Ribbon Percherons - Sherry McArthur & Wayne Stephenson Registered yearling - Filly or Colt. B1408 C1415 P1422 Registered Filly - 2 year old. B1409 C 1416 P1423 Two year old and over, Gelding. B1410 C1417 P1424 1425. Grand Champion (On Line). 1st prize winner from every line class open to Percherons, Clydesdales and Belgians. Halter donated by Milton and Marion McArthur, Creemore. Winner receives The Ross Beattie Recognition Trophy and $40.00 Reserve Champion $20.00 1426. SPECIAL: We are very pleased to be hosting the Ontario Bred and Sired Yearling Belgian Filly Class at the 2018 Great Northern Exhibition. The following are the criteria and information for your consideration. ONTARIO BRED AND SIRED REGISTERED BELGIAN YEARLING FILLY Eligibility: The fillies must have been nominated with the Ontario Belgian Horse Association by February 1, 2018. Total prize money for this class is $400.00 of which $300.00 comes from the Ontario Belgian Horse Association. This section is sponsored in part by Marjorie Beattie. PRIZES: 1st $100; 2nd $85; 3rd $65; 4th $50; 5th $50; 6th $50. The prize money will be mailed directly to each exhibitor from the Ontario Belgian Horse Association. This section will follow Section 1408.
HITCH SECTIONS Team of Light Draft (mares or geldings). Hitched to vehicle. Prize Money: $70, $60, 50, $45, $40, all other entries $30 for Sections 1427, 1428, 1429, 1430. 1427. Belgians. Trophy donated by Doug Clarke & Family in Memory of Carter Awender. 1428. Clydesdales. Halter donated by Tire Craft, Nottawa. 1429. Percherons. Trophy donated by Doug Clarke & Family, in Memory of Myrna Clarke. 1430. Commercials. Halter donated by Lewis Motor Sales 1432. Junior Driver - 18 years & under - a team of mares or geldings hitched to a vehicle, accompanied by a capable driver. $20.00 prize to each driver. Prize money donated by Hugh Ransier 1433. Driving Competition. Prize Money for section A and B: $60, $50, all remaining entries $40. Sponsored by Creemore Veterinary Services. See course diagram below.
163rd Annual Fall Fair // Sept. 21, 22, 23, 2018 remaining entries $70. $30 of this prize is donated by Bill Brown Woodworking, Ind-Can Aluminum Co. Ltd. 1441. Six Horses Hitched to vehicle. Six prizes of $150 each. Halter donated by Lewis Motor Sales. 1442. Single Tandem, All Breeds. Prize money: $50, $40, $30 to all other entries. Halter donated by Jeff Hare & Family. 1443. Single - (mares or geldings). Hitched to a vehicle. Prize Money: $40, $35. $30, $25 to all other entries. Halter donated by Jeff Hare & Family. Prize Money sponsored by: Bellbrae Animal Hospital, McKee Muffler. 1444. Lady Driver - Single mares or geldings hitched to a vehicle, accompanied by a capable driver if required. PRIZE MONEY: all entries $40. Gift donated by Garry and Karen Milne.
MINIATURE HORSE SHOW (Class 38)
EACH FARM CAN ONLY ENTER ONCE EITHER SECTION “A” OR “B” A – Teams Hitched to a Wagon B – Single Horse in a CART Team of Heavy Draft (mares or geldings). Hitched to vehicle. Prize money $70, $60, $50, $45, $40, all other entries $30 for Sections 1434, 1435, 1436, 1437. 1434. Belgians. Halter donated by Curriedale Farms, Collingwood. 1435. Clydesdales. Sponsored by Walkers Small Motors. Halter donated by Heavy Horse Committee 1436. Percherons. Sponsored. Halter donated by Margaret Currie in Memory of Archie Currie. 1437. Commercials. Halter donated by The Norris Family in Memory of Ed Norris. 1438. Team of Registered Mares - open to all Draft breeds. Halter donated by Hugh Ransier. Prize money: $45, $35, $25, $20, $20. SPECIALS: Open to ALL BREEDS 1439. Unicorn Hitch. Prize Money: $70, $60, $50. all remaining entries $30. Halter donated by Jeff Hare & Family. 1440. Four Horse Hitch Tandem. Prize Money: $80, all
MHCO POINT SHOW Date: ***SATURDAY – NOTE THE NEW DAY*** Time: 9:00 a.m. Judge: Stephanie Rutherford Chairperson: Marion McArthur 705-466-3048 RULES: 1. Please read the General Information, Rules and Regulations for the Collingwood Agricultural Society. 2. Official Show Rules of the MHCO to apply. It is the responsibility of the competitors to be aware and adhere to these MHCO rules. All questions not covered by the MHCO rules shall be referred to the Show Chairperson, along with two Show Committee Members whose decision shall be final. Rules can be found at www.mhco. ca and a copy of the rules will be available at the show. 3. All exhibitors must be a member of the Collingwood Agricultural Society - $10.00 Adult; $4.00 – Junior 18 years and under, as of September 1 this year. 4. All exhibitors must provide proof of one million dollars ($1,000,000) liability insurance. 5. All horses are to be available one hour prior to Show for height verification. Class A - 34” and under; Class B - over 34” and not exceeding 38”. 6. Junior classes are open to competitors who are under 12 years of age as of January 1 this year. 7. Youth classes are open to competitors who are 12 to 17 years of age as of January 1 this year.
163rd Annual Fall Fair // Sept. 21, 22, 23, 2018
ENTRIES: Line, Showmanship, Halter and Special Sections - $5.00 per section except youth and junior sections which have no entry fee. (Sections: 1901, 1929, 1932, 1940, 1941, 1942). All Memberships and entry fees will be collected at the show. PRIZE MONEY: 1st $12.00; 2nd $11.00; 3rd $10.00; 4th $7.00; 5th $6.00; 6th $5.00. SECTIONS: 1901. Youth Showmanship – (13 - 17 years) - A & B 1902. Adult Showmanship (18 yrs. & older) – A & B 1903. Weanling Fillies & Colts – (30” & under) - A 1904. Yearling Stallions – (32” & under) - A 1905. 2 Year old Stallions – (33” & under) - A 1906. Senior Stallions – (34” & under) - A 1907. CHAMPION AND RESERVE STALLION – A 1908. Yearling/2 year old Geldings – (33” & under) - A 1909. Senior Geldings – (34” & under) - A 1910. CHAMPION & RESERVE GELDING - A 1911. Yearling Mares – (32” & under) - A 1912. 2 Year Old Mares – (33” & under) - A 1913. Senior Mares – (34” & under) - A HORSE PULLING COMPETITION WAYNE 1914. CHAMPION AND RESERVE MARE - A FERGUSON MEMORIAL (Class 26) 1915. SUPREME HALTER HORSE – A Date: Saturday 1916. Weanling Fillies & Colts – (over 30” to 32”) - B Time: 12:00 p.m. 1917. Yearling Stallions – (over 32”-36”) - B Sponsors: Kells Service Centre Inc., Collwest Grain Limited, 1918. 2 Year Old Stallions - (over 33”-37”) - B World's Finest Shows Inc. 1919. Senior Stallions – (over 34”-38”) - B Chairperson: Chris Ferguson 705-441-3637 1920. CHAMPION & RESERVE STALLION - B Committee: Andrew Ferguson, Travis Ferguson, Arlo Hogg 1921. Yearling/2 Year Old Geldings – (over 33”-37”) - B RULES: 1922. Senior Geldings – (over 34”-38”) - B 1. Central Canadian Horse Pulling Association rules will be 1923. CHAMPION & RESERVE GELDING - B in place for this pull. 1924. Yearling Mares – (over 32”-36”) - B 2. All exhibitors must have proof of one million dollars 1925. 2 Year Old Mares – (over 33”-37”) - B ($1,000,000) of liability insurance. 1926. Senior Mares – (over 34”-38”) - B 3. All rules of the GREAT NORTHERN EXHIBITION shall 1927. CHAMPION & RESERVE MARE - B apply. 1928. SUPREME HALTER HORSE - B 1929. Junior Showmanship (12 yrs. & under) assisted if 4. All exhibitors must be members of the Collingwood Agricultural Society which is a ten dollar ($10.00) fee. needed – A & B NOTES: 1930. Multi-Colour – A & B 1. This is a point’s pull. 1931. Solid Colour - A & B 2. Scales will be in use at this pull. Lunch Break PRIZE MONEY: 1st - $300.00, 2nd - $250.00, 3rd - $200.00, 1932. COOL Halter Obstacle - A & B 4th - $150.00, 5th - $100.00, 6th to 10th - $50.00. In the 1933. Open Costume Class – A & B event of cancellation on the day of pull $50.00 per team 1934. Adult Open Driving – Working – A entered will be paid. 1935. Adult Open Driving – Reinsmanship – A SECTIONS: 1936. Adult Obstacle Driving – A 1450. LIGHT TEAMS. The World’s Finest Shows Prize will be 1937. Adult Open Driving – Working – B given to the 1st place winner in this section. 1938. Adult Open Driving – Reinsmanship – B 1451. HEAVY TEAMS. The Wayne Ferguson Memorial Trophy 1939. Adult Obstacle Driving – B will be given to the 1st. place winner in this section. 1940. Junior/Youth Driving – A & B Prize money donated by Collwest Grain Limited and 1941. Junior/Youth Obstacle Driving – A & B Kells Service Centre. 1942. Novice & COOL Pleasure Driving A & B 1452. BEST TEAMSTER of the Light Pull. One prize of $50.00. 1943. Hunter Over Fences – A 1453. BEST TEAMSTER of the Heavy Pull. One prize of 1944. Hunter Over Fences - B $50.00. 1945. Jumper – A 1454. A trophy in memory of Norval Weatherall will be given 1946. Jumper – B to the BEST OVERALL MATCHED HARNESSED TEAM. 1947. Team Driving Class – any team, vehicle or harness style – A&B CHECK WEBSITE & FACEBOOK FOR UPDATES IF WEATHER IS 1948. Open Halter Obstacle – A INCLEMENT 1949. Open Halter Obstacle – B
163rd Annual Fall Fair // Sept. 21, 22, 23, 2018
LIGHT HORSE AND PONY SHOW (Class 27)
Date: Sunday Time: 11 a.m. sharp Sponsor: Prasad Family Foundation Chairperson: Bill Keith 705-734-8330 RULES: All exhibitors must pay exhibitor fee to G.N.E. $10.00. Horses and ponies to be shown with a suitable 4 wheel vehicle unless otherwise stated. All exhibitors must have proof of one million dollars ($1,000,000) of liability insurance. Order of showing will be provided, will include heavy and light shows. ROADSTERS Sponsor: Collins Barrow SGB LLP SECTIONS: 1500. Roadster Line Class $30 $25 $20 $15 $10 1501. Team of Roadsters $60 $50 $40 $35 $30 1502. Single Roadster to Bike under 15.2 $50 $40 $35 $30 $25 1503. Single Roadster to Wagon $50 $40 $35 $30 $25 1504 Roadster Lady Driver (Bike) $40 $35 $30 $25 $20 1505. Single Roadster to Bike Over 15.2 $50 $40 $35 $30 $25 1506. Roadster to Bike Stake $75 $50 $40 $35 $30 1507. Roadster to Wagon Stake $75 $50 $40 $35 $30 PLEASURE DRIVING Sponsor: Canadian Mist 1508. Hackney Horse/Pony Pleasure Driving Open $50 $40 $35 $30 $25 1509. Hackney Horse/Pony Pleasure Driving Stake $75 $50 $40 $35 $30 HARNESS PONIES 1510. Harness Pony on Line $30 $25 $20 $15 $10 1511. Single Harness Pony $50 $40 $35 $30 $25 1512. Harness Pony Stake $75 $50 $40 $35 $30 ROADSTER PONIES 1513. Single Roadster Pony $50 $40 $35 $30 $25 1513A. Roadster Pony Jr. Exhibitor $50 $40 $35 $30 $25 1514. Roadster Pony Stake $75 $50 $40 $35 $30 HACKNEY HORSES 1515. Hackney Horse on Line $30 $25 $20 $15 $10 1516. Single Hackney Horse $50 $40 $35 $30 $25 1517. Hackney Horse Lady Driver $50 $40 $35 $30 $25 1518. Hackney Horse Stake $75 $50 $40 $35 $30 HACKNEY PONIES 1519. Hackney Pony on Line $30 $25 $20 $15 $10 1520. Single Hackney Pony $50 $40 $35 $30 $25 1521. Hackney Pony Stake $75 $50 $40 $35 $30 SPECIALS 1522. Hackney/Harness Pony Lady Driver $50 $40 $35 $30 $25 1523. Open Team (Not open to Roadsters) $60 $50 $40 $35 $30 1524. Open Tandem $60 $50 $40 $35 $30 1525. Hackney/Harness Pony Junior Driver Ribbons Only 1526. Hackney Junior Exhibitor Showmanship Ribbons Only 1527. The William Keith Memorial Sportsmanship Award: To be awarded to an individual or individuals who in the opinion of the Light Horse Committee have displayed outstanding sportsmanship and horsemanship while competing at the Great Northern Exhibition. Donated in memory of the late William Keith former manager of the Great Northern Exhibition and long-time pony exhibitor by his wife Michele and children Jennifer, Dee Dee, Jill and Bill Jr.
DRESSAGE (Class 28)
Date: Friday Time: 10:30 a.m. Registration: 10:00 a.m. Sponsors: The Tack Shoppe of Collingwood Chairperson: Dorothy Ottewell 705-445-5718 Committee: Jody Kraan, Carol Adam ENTRY FEES AND GENERAL RULES Entry fees: $10.00 per section Payback: $20, 15, 10, 5. Ribbons to 6th place. Test available from chairperson and on the website 1. All competitors must be members of the Collingwood Agricultural Society: Sr. $10.00 Jr. $4.00 2. All judges and committee decisions are final. 3. All competitors must be properly attired including wearing approved helmets while mounted anywhere on the grounds. 4. All exhibitors must have proof of one million dollars ($1,000,000) of liability insurance. 5. *Novice - is 1st year competitor (Horse and / or Rider) or have limited dressage show experience. SECTIONS: 1540. Walk/Trot - Novice* class – can be done on leadline 1541. Dressage Suitability (horse is being judged). Open class. 1542. Equitation (rider is being judged). Open class. Will split based on age if numbers require. 1543. Walk trot test – Novice* class 1544. Training Level test 1 - Novice* class. 1545. Training Level test 2 - Open class. 1546. Level One test 1 – Open class
163rd Annual Fall Fair // Sept. 21, 22, 23, 2018
WESTERN HORSE SHOW (Class 29)
Date: Saturday Time: 9:30 a.m Registration: 8:30 a.m. Sponsors: Braeburn Farms, Bellbrae Animal Hospital Chairperson: Dorothy Ottewell 705-445-5718 Committee: Jody Kraan ENTRY FEES AND GENERAL RULES Entry Fees: Juniors - $5.00 per section - No payback, prizes to be awarded. Open & Youth $10.00 per section. Payback - $ 30.00, $25.00, $15.00, $10.00, $5.00 1. All competitors must be members of the Collingwood Agricultural Society: Sr. $10.00 Jr. $4.00. 2. All committee and decisions made by the judge will be final. 3. Competitors must be dressed in proper Western/English show attire including wearing approved helmets while mounted anywhere on the grounds. 4. Junior competitors cannot enter any other classes with the exception of the open costume class. 5. Youth competitors may also enter open classes 6. All Exhibitors must have proof of one million dollars ($1,000,000) of liability insurance. 7. Fun MUST be had by all!!!!!!
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SECTIONS: 1550. Open halter 1551. Jr. Best Groomed Horse or Pony 1552. Youth Showmanship 1553. Open Showmanship 1554. Jr. Walk Jog (English or Western). Can be on a leadline 1555. Youth Pleasure (English or Western) 1556. Open Pleasure (English or Western) 1557. Junior Command 1558. Youth Command 1559. Open Command 1560. Open Trail 1561. Jr. Egg Stomp 1562. Youth Egg Stomp LUNCH BREAK (30 minutes) 1563. Open Costume (to be judged on originality) 1564. Jr. Musical Stalls. (To be done at the walk or jog) Barrels and following classes – not to start before noon 1565. Jr. Barrels 1566. Youth Barrels 1567. Open Barrels 1568. Jr. Flag 1569. Youth Flag 1570. Open Flag 1571. Dash for Cash 1572. Jr. Pole Bending 1573. Youth Pole Bending 1574. Open Pole Bending 1575. Open Keyhole
56 ENGLISH HORSE SHOW (CLASS 31)
Date: Sunday Registration: 8:00 a.m. Show Start: 9:00 a.m. Sponsor: SE Equestrian, The Tack Shoppe Of Collingwood, Crown Ridge Farms Committee: Sara Edwards, Chair (705)539-0400, Dorothy Ottewell, Jody Kraan Entry Fees and General Rules: Entry Fee: $10.00/Class Payback: $25, $20, $15, $10 1. All competitors must be members of the Collingwood Agricultural Society: Sr. $10.00, Jr. $4.00. 2. All Judges and Committee decisions are final. 3. All competitors must be properly attired including approved helmets while mounted anywhere on the grounds. 4. No martingales, flashes, boots or wraps allowed in flat sections. 5. Ribbons to 6th place. 6. Classes will only be delayed if a tack change has been requested in advance. 7. All exhibitors must have proof of one million dollars ($1,000,000) of liability insurance. 8. Information regarding advance entries will be available on the website in September. Entries will be accepted the day of the show. 9. Junior Competitors are 12 and under as of January 1st of the Current Year 10. Senior Competitors are 13 and over as of January 1st of the Current Year. Warm up between 8:30am & 9:00am for beginner and short/long stirrup divisions Beginner (No Payback) For riders new to showing. Competitors may not enter any other division. 1600. Good Grooming Entries to be shown in-hand. Ribbons to all. 1601. Lead Line Riders showing at the walk only. Riders are also permitted in the walk/trot classes with a handler. Ribbons to all. 1602. Jr. Walk/Trot Equitation Handlers Permitted. Rider is being judged. 1603. Jr. Walk/Trot U/S Handlers Permitted. 1604. Jr. Walk/Trot/Canter Equitation No Handlers Permitted. Rider is being judged. 1605. Jr. Course over Poles Handlers Permitted. 1606. Sr. Walk/Trot Equitation Rider is being judged. 1607. Sr. Walk/Trot U/S 1608. Sr. Walk/Trot/Canter Equitation Rider is being judged. 1609. Sr. Course over Poles
163rd Annual Fall Fair // Sept. 21, 22, 23, 2018 Crossrail Division (No Payback) Competitors may not show in any other division or classes. *Junior and Senior Flat Classes may be run together but judged separately* 1610. Junior Over Fences 1611. Junior Over Fences 1612. Senior Over Fences 1613. Senior Over Fences 1614. Junior Equitation Flat 1615. Junior Under Saddle 1616. Senior Equitation Flat 1617. Senior Under Saddle Short/Long Stirrup Division Competitors may not show in any other division or classes. No oxers, fences max 18”. 1618. Over Fences 1619. Over Fences 1620. My First Medal 1621. Under Saddle Hack Division 1622. Pleasure Hack 1623. Show Hack 1624. Road Hack
Equitation (No Payback) Rider is being judged. Awards for 1st and 2nd. Ribbons to 6th. 1625. Junior Flat 1626. Senior Flat Warm up for all other classes over fences – Last warm up of the day – max. time 30 minutes 1627. Equitation over Fences – 2’ – open to all ages 2’ Hunter Division Champion Awarded the Doug Ottewell Memorial Trophy 1628. Over Fences 1629. Over Fences 1630. Under Saddle 2’3 Hunter Division 1631. Over Fences 1632. Over Fences 1633. Under Saddle 2’6/2’9 Hunter Division 1634. 2’6 Over Fences 1635. 2’6 Over Fences 1636. 2’9 Over Fences 1637. 2’9 Over Fences 1638. Under Saddle
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163rd Annual Fall Fair // Sept. 21, 22, 23, 2018
4-H ACTIVITIES (Class 33)
Sponsor: TD Canada Trust CLEARVIEW 4-H DAIRY CALF CLUB ACHIEVEMENT PROGRAM Sponsor: Lewis Motor Sales Leaders: Kevin Harvey 705-428-5887, Colin Walker 705-428-2021 Open to all members of the Clearview 4-H Dairy Calf Club. Date: Friday Time: 12:00 Calves will be shown according to breeds where there are 3 or more calves in a breed. PREMISE I.D. – Collingwood Agricultural Society # ON 4229070 SECTIONS: 1700a. Dairy Junior Heifer Conformation. (born March 1/17 & younger) 1701a. Dairy Intermediate Heifer Conformation (born Dec. 1/16- Feb. 29/17) 1702a. Dairy Senior Heifer Conformation (born Sept. 1/15Nov. 30/16) 1703a. Dairy Summer Yearling Conformation (born June 1/15- Aug. 31/16) 1704a. Dairy Junior Yearling Conformation (born March 1/16May 31/17) 1705a. Champion Dairy Calf: Hyways Farms Special $10.00 1706a. Novice Dairy Showmanship (members 9 to 11 years as of Jan 1/18) 1707a. Junior Dairy Showmanship (members 12 to 14 years as of Jan. 1/18)
1708a. Intermediate Dairy Showmanship (members 15 to 17 years as of Jan. 1/18) 1709a. Senior Dairy Showmanship (members 18 to 21 years as of Jan. 1/18) 1710a. Champion Dairy Showperson - Peter Currie Memorial Trophy donated by GNE 4-H INTER-CLUB DAIRY COMPETITIONS Date: Friday Time: Interclub show starts at 1:00 p.m. Open to all 4-H Calf Club members of Simcoe and surrounding counties. PREMISE I.D. – Collingwood Agricultural Society # ON 4229070 AWARDS: Conformation Dairy Sections: 1st $20.00, 2nd $18.00, 3rd $16.00 & $15.00 for all other worthy entries. 1st to 3rd place winner will receive a G.N.E. Weekend Pass. Showmanship Sections: 1st $25.00, 2nd $20.00, 3rd $18.00 & $15.00 for all other worthy entries. SECTIONS: 1700. Dairy Junior Heifer Conformation. (born March 1/17 & younger) 1701. Dairy Intermediate Heifer Conformation (born Dec. 1/16- Feb. 29/17) 1702. Dairy Senior Heifer Conformation (born Sept. 1/15Nov. 30/16) 1703. Dairy Summer Yearling Conformation (born June 1/15- Aug. 31/16) 1704. Dairy Junior Yearling Conformation (born March 1/16May 31/17) 1705. Champion Dairy Calf 1706. Novice Dairy Showmanship (members 9 to 11 years as of Jan 1/18) 1707. Junior Dairy Showmanship (members 12 to 14 years as of Jan. 1/18) 1708. Intermediate Dairy Showmanship (members 15 to 17 years as of Jan. 1/18) 1709. Senior Dairy Showmanship (members 18 to 21 years as of Jan. 1/18) 1710. Champion Dairy Showperson
CLEARVIEW 4-H SHEEP CLUB ACHIEVEMENT PROGRAM Leaders: Brian Atkinson 705-718-2879, Jordan Bell and Teralyn Bell. Date: Friday Time:10:00 Open to all members of the Clearview 4-H Sheep Club PREMISE I.D. – Collingwood Agricultural Society # ON 4229070 All exhibitors must show in either market lamb class or breeding ewe lamb class and their respective showmanship class. Dress code is black pants and white shirt, no lettering. All animals must be washed and properly haltered. Halters are allowed in breeding lamb classes or market lamb show but are not for showmanship. Sponsor: W. Brand Realty Group - Witek Wojcik, Atkinson International SECTIONS: Ewe Lamb Conformation 1711a. Ewe Lamb Born Jan. 1 - Jan 31 1712a. Ewe Lamb Born Feb 1 - Feb 31 1713a. Ewe Lamb Born Mar 1 and after Breeding ewe lamb must be sheared within 2 months of show 1714a. Yearling Ewe Class open to any breed. Must have yearling teeth in place 1715a. Light Market Lamb - 60-80lbs - ewe or wether lamb. 1716a. Heavy Market Lamb - 81-110 - ewe or wether lamb. Must be slicked sheared not exceeding 2 weeks prior to Fair date SECTIONS: Showmanship 1717a. Sheep Showmanship - Novice (9-11 yrs as of Jan 1, 2018) 1718a. Sheep Showmanship - Junior (12-14 yrs as of Jan 1, 2018) 1719a. Sheep Showmanship - Intermediate (15-17 yrs as of Jan 1, 2018) 1720a. Sheep Showmanship - Senior (18-21 yrs as of Jan 1, 2018) 1721a. Champion Sheep Showperson 1722a. Costume Class open to all ages for Best Lamb Must be slicked sheared not exceeding 3 weeks prior to Fair date 1723a. Sheep Showmanship – Novice 1724a. Sheep Showmanship – Intermediate 1725a. Sheep Showmanship – Senior 1726a. Costume Class open to all ages for Best Lamb 1727a. Showman Class for Best outfit
163rd Annual Fall Fair // Sept. 21, 22, 23, 2018 4-H INTER-CLUB SHEEP COMPETITIONS Date: Friday Time: Interclub show starts at 1:00 p.m. Sponsor: W. Brand Realty Group, Witek and Alicia Wojcik Open to all 4-H Sheep Club members of Simcoe and surrounding counties. PREMISE I.D. – Collingwood Agricultural Society # ON 4229070 AWARDS: Conformation Sheep Sections: 1st $20.00, 2nd $18.00, 3rd $16.00 & $15.00 for all other worthy entries. 1st to 3rd place winner will receive a G.N.E. Weekend Pass. Showmanship Sections: 1st $25.00, 2nd $20.00, 3rd $18.00 & $15.00 for all other worthy entries. All exhibitors must show in either market lamb class or breeding ewe lamb class and their respective showmanship class. Dress code is black pants and white shirt, no lettering. All animals must be washed and properly haltered. Halters are allowed in breeding lamb classes or market lamb show but are not for showmanship. SECTIONS: Ewe Lamb Conformation 1711. Ewe Lamb Born Jan. 1 - Jan 31 1712. Ewe Lamb Born Feb 1 - Feb 31 1713. Ewe Lamb Born Mar 1 and after Breeding ewe lamb must be sheared within 2 months of show 1714. Yearling Ewe Class open to any breed. Must have yearling teeth in place 1715. Light Market Lamb - 60-80lbs - ewe or wether lamb. 1716. Heavy Market Lamb - 81-110 - ewe or wether lamb. Must be slicked sheared not exceeding 2 weeks prior to Fair date SECTIONS: Showmanship 1717. Sheep Showmanship - Novice (9-11 yrs as of Jan 1, 2018) 1718. Sheep Showmanship - Junior (12-14 yrs as of Jan 1, 2018) 1719. Sheep Showmanship - Intermediate (15-17 yrs as of Jan 1, 2018) 1720. Sheep Showmanship - Senior (18-21 yrs as of Jan 1, 2018) 1721. Champion Sheep Showperson 1722. Costume Class open to all ages for Best Lamb Must be slicked sheared not exceeding 3 weeks prior to Fair date 1723. Sheep Showmanship – Novice 1724. Sheep Showmanship – Intermediate 1725. Sheep Showmanship – Senior 1726. Costume Class open to all ages for Best Lamb 1727. Showman Class for Best outfit CLEARVIEW 4-H BEEF CLUB ACHIEVEMENT PROGRAM Leaders: Maureen Millar 705-428-5053, Barry Upton 705435- 5325, Stephanie French 705-606-2174, Sue Giffen 705739-9464 Open to all members of the Clearview 4-H Beef Club. NEW DATE AND TIME: SATURDAY ACTIVITY STARTING AT 10:30 AM. SECTIONS: 1728a. Beef Heifer Calf Conformation (born Jan.1/18-Apr. 30/18) 1729a. Junior Yearling Beef Heifer Calf Conformation (born Apr 1/17 – Dec 31/17
163rd Annual Fall Fair // Sept. 21, 22, 23, 2018 1730a. Senior Yearling Beef Heifer Conformation (born Jan 1/17 – Mar 31/17) 1731a. Overall Champion Heifer – Ribbon Class only 1732a. Beef Steer Conformation (to reach market condition by Royal Winter Fair) 1733a. Junior Beef Showmanship (members 10 to 12 years as of Jan.1/18) Beattie Brothers Farms $10.00 1734a. Intermediate Beef Showmanship (members 13 to 15 years as of Jan.1/18) Beattie Brothers Farms $10.00 1735a. Senior Beef Showmanship (members 16 to 21 years as of Jan.1/18) Beattie Brothers Farms $10.00 1744a. Champion Beef Showperson. 4-H INTER-CLUB BEEF COMPETITIONS Sponsor: Millsap Farms, Creemore Date: Saturday Time: Interclub show starts at 10:30 a.m. Open to any 4-H Calf Club members PREMISE I.D. – Collingwood Agricultural Society # ON 4229070 AWARDS: Conformation Beef Sections: 1st $20.00, 2nd $18.00, 3rd $16.00 & $15.00 for all other worthy entries. Showmanship Sections: 1st $25.00, 2nd $20.00, 3rd $18.00 & $15.00 for all other worthy entries. SECTIONS: 1728. Beef Heifer Calf Conformation (born Jan. 1/18-Apr. 30/18) 1729. Junior Yearling Beef Heifer Calf Conformation (born Apr 1/17 – Dec 31/17 1730. Senior Yearling Beef Heifer Conformation (born Jan 1/17 – Mar 31/17) 1731. Overall Champion Heifer – Ribbon Class only 1732. Beef Steer Conformation (to reach market condition by Royal Winter Fair) 1733. Junior Beef Showmanship (members 10 to 12 years as of Jan. 1/18) 1734. Intermediate Beef Showmanship (members 13 to 15 years as of Jan. 1/18) 1735. Senior Beef Showmanship (members 16 to 21 years as of Jan. 1/18) 1736. Champion Beef Showperson – Trophy donated by Don Currie
1737. Group of 3 Heifers from one 4-H Club - Ribbon Class only 1738. Group of 3 Steer from one 4-H Club – Ribbon Class only 4-H INTER-CLUB EXHIBIT COMPETITION Section 1746 1. Open to all Simcoe County 4-H Clubs participating in the previous 12 months. 2. Each exhibit must include a back drop stating the topic of the exhibit and the name of the club. It is expected that the club members will place the exhibit. 3. Each exhibit will be allowed 4 feet of table space. 4. Exhibits must be placed on the Wednesday before the Fair after 7:00 p.m. or the Thursday before the Fair by 10:00 a.m. 5. Space available to registered entries first. Late entries will only be taken according to space limitations. The following score card is given as a guide in preparing a Club Exhibit: Simplicity and Clarity of Theme 20 points Educational Value 25 points General Appearance and Balance 20 points Workmanship 20 points Identification of Club and Project 15 points 100 points Prizes: $25, $20, $10 for each worthy entry Space for exhibit should be reserved with Secretary of Fair. WE ENCOURAGE RECYCLING - A ribbon recycling box will be located at the entrance to each competitive event, should you wish to return them. In celebration of over 100 years of 4-H Clubs and the Boys and Girls Club, a little research turned up this information: The first Junior Fair classes were in 1938, called Boys and Girls Club, Calf Clubs, and Homemaking. The first mention of 4-H was in the 1952 Prize Book for the 4-H Tractor Maintenance Club. In 1954 all the clubs – Calf, Grain, Swine, and Homemaking - were called 4-H. From the beginning, there was a class offered in the inside show for a “Rope halter” made as a club project.
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Date: Friday Time: Following the 4-H Inter-Club competition Chairperson: Tanya Walker 705-428-2021. Open to all boys and girls 8 years of age and under as of January 1 of this year who are not 4-H members. Junior Fair exhibitors may exhibit 2 entries in a maximum of 2 classes. Maximum shown by an exhibitor is 12. PREMISE I.D. â€“ Collingwood Agricultural Society # ON 4229070 SECTIONS: 1747. Dairy Calf born in 2018 1748. Beef Calf born in 2018 1749. Goat born in 2018 1750. Lamb born in 2018 1751. Beef Showmanship 1752. Dairy Showmanship 1753. Goat Showmanship 1754. Sheep Showmanship 1755. Best dressed animal (family effort) PRIZES: $15.00 awarded to all worthy entries in each section. SPECIAL PRIZES: Ribbon only: Highest Dairy Points, Highest Beef Points, Highest Sheep Points, Highest Goat Points. Open to all boys & girls ages 9-21 years of age as of September 1 of this year who are not 4-H members, but can show any calf, including a 4-H one. 1756. Dairy Showperson 1757. Beef Showperson
163rd Annual Fall Fair // Sept. 21, 22, 23, 2018
POULTRY, PIGEONS, RABBITS & WATERFOWL
Committee: Bev Boucher, Mike Boucher, Zack Boucher, Sarrah Boucher, Brittney Boucher, Danielle Pigeon, Wayne Fiegehen, Bob Pommer, Darlene Smith, Brandon Broeders 1. All entries must be caged by 10:00 a.m. and may not be removed until 4 p.m. 2. Poultry and Waterfowl to be shown on Saturday, September 22, 2018. 3. Pigeons and Rabbits to be shown on Sunday, September 23, 2018. 4. All entries must be in the hands of the show Secretary Bev Boucher no later than September 15, 2018. 5. All entry fees must accompany entries. They will not be accepted without it. Cheque or Money order made payable to Collingwood Agricultural Society. 6. There will be no entry changes on show date, other than NO Show. 7. Any bird or animal entered in the wrong class maybe disqualified at judges discretion. 8. Any bird or animal found sick will be disqualified and removed. 9. Exhibitors may make two entries in each class. Where there is no competition in a class birds or animals that do not warrant a first prize will be placed accordingly. 10. All exhibitors must be a member of the Collingwood Agricultural membership fee is $10.00 for adults and $4.00 for Juniors.
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163rd Annual Fall Fair // Sept. 21, 22, 23, 2018 11. All entries must be the bona-fide property of the exhibitor. 12. Entry fee is seventy-five cents ($0.75) per bird or animal and must be sent in with your entry form. 13. Prize Money will be paid as follows: 1st - $5.00; 2nd $4.00; 3rd - $3.00 Send Entry Form To: Bev Boucher 622 Cameron St. Collingwood, ON L9Y 4A2 705-444-6118 Email: email@example.com STANDARD POULTRY Cock (A) Hen (B) Cockerel (C) Pullet (D) 1. Plymouth Rock AOC 2. Wyandotte AC 3. Rhode Island Red 4. New Hampshire 5. Jersey Giant 6. Brahma AC 7. Cochin AC 8. Phoenix 9. Orphington AC 10. Ameraucana 11. Ancona 12. Australorp 13. Salmon Faverolle 14. Leghorn White 15. Leghorn AOC 16. Silver Spangled Hamburg 17. Minorca 18. Chantecler 19. Sussex AC 20. AOV Classified BANTAM POULTRY 21. Modern Game 22. Old English Game Black Red 23. Old English Game Black 24. Old English Game AOC 25. Rosecomb AC 26. Brahma AC 27. Cochin AC 28. Japanese AC 29. Leghorn White 30. Leghorn AOC 31. Millie Fleur 32. Rhode Island Red 33. Seabright AC 34. Silkie 35. Chantecler 36. Wyandotte Black 37. Wyandotte AOC 38. Cornish AC 39. Plymouth Rock White 40. Plymouth Rock Barred 41. Plymouth Rock AOC 42. AOV Classified 43. Best Pet Chicken: Standard or Bantam Non Classified One Entry Shown By a Junior
WATERFOWL Old Male (A) Old Female (B) Young Male (C) Young Female (D) DUCKS 44. East Indian 45. Call White 46. Call AOC 47. Indian Runner 48. Muscovy 49. Pekin 50. Rouen 51. AOV Classified GEESE 52. African 53. Buff 54. Chinese 55. Embden 56. Toulouse 57. Pomeranian Saddle Back 58. AOV Classified 59. Best Pet Waterfowl: Non-classified One Entry Shown y a Junior RABBITS Senior Buck (A) Senior Doe (B) Junior Buck (C) Junior Doe (D) 60. Californian 61. Dutch 62. Holland Lop 63. Mini Lop 64. Netherland Dwarf 65. New Zealand 66. Rex 67. Doe and Litter: Fancy 68. Doe and Litter: Utility 69. AOV Classified 70. Best Pet Rabbit: Non Classified One Entry Shown By a Junior
PIGEONS Old Male (A) Old Female (B) Young (C) 71. Fantail White 72. Fantail Red & Yellow 73. Fantail Ash Red Family 74. Fantail Blue Family 75. Fantail Black or Dun 76. Fantail Saddle 77. Fantail AOC Marked 78. Fantail AOC 79. Showpen Homer 80. Racing Homer Check AC 81. Racing Homer Barred 82. Racing Homer AOC 83. Racing Homer Solid 84. Modena AC 85. Kormorner Tumbler AC 86. Parlour Roller AC 87. Budapest Tumbler 88. Showroller Baldhead AC 89. Showroller Baldhead Marked AC 90. Flying Roller Solid 91. Roller Splash/Grizzle 92. Flying Roller Almond 93. Flying Roller Barred AOC 94. Pouter: All Varieties AC 95. Damascene 96. Owl Chinese 97. German Owl 98. Swallows AV 99. Ice Pigeons 100. Oriental Frills 101. Trumpeters AC 102. Capuchins AC 103. Nun AC 104. Show Tipplers Ac 105. Barbs AC 106. Helmets 107. German Toys Classified 108. Utility Breeds Classified 109. Lahore AC 110. AOV Classified 111.Doves: All Varieties Caged 112. Best Pet Pigeon: Nonclassified One Entry Shown By a Junior
SPECIALS AND PRIZES Code P Perpetual Trophy Pigeon Specials 1. Champion Pigeon: Vern Thompson Memorial Trophy. P. Donated by Bell Bus Lines. 2. Reserve Champion: P. Pommer Trophy. 3. The Kay Fiegehen Memorial Trophy: P. Best Young Pigeon Overall. 4. Best Pet Pigeon: Nonclassified Shown By a Junior Rabbit Specials 1. Best Doe and Litter: Special donated by Darlene Smith 2. Best Pet Rabbit Nonclassified Shown By a Junior.
Poultry Specials 1. Champion Poultry of the Show: Standard – Bantam – Waterfowl Trophy P. Donated by Don Mason, Collingwood 2. Champion Standard Poultry in Show: Trophy P. Donated by Blue Mtn. Poultry, Pigeon, Pet Stock Association. 3. Champion Bantam Poultry in Show: Trophy P. Donated by Blue Mtn. Poultry Pigeon, Pet Stock Association. 4. Best Pet Chicken
163rd Annual Fall Fair // Sept. 21, 22, 23, 2018
Stable Hand - $10 to $99
• A&D Bird Seed & Farm Market • Curriedale Farms • David Reid • Allan Fisher • Del Mar Farms • Barb Burgess • Doug Clarke & Family • Beattie Brothers Farm • Ella McDermid • Bernardin • Gail Norris • Besse Arnold • Georgian Circle Family • Brubacher Foot Comfort Restaurant • Clark & Yvonne Irvine • Headline Hairdressing Salon • Clearview Public Library • Heavy Horse Committee • Creemore Foodland • Creemore House of Stitches • Howard Milne Memorial Challenge • Crisco • Jeff Hare & Family
• Joanne Gregson • Judy Milley • Keith Currie Farms • Life’s A Slice Pizza • M & M Meat Shops • Margaret Clarke • Margaret Currie – In Memory of Archie Currie • Margie McEachern • Marilyn Steed • Marjorie Leonard • Milton & Marion McArthur • Muriel Day
• Norris Family – In Memory of Ed Norris • Nottawa United Church • Nottawasaga Community Hall Board • Outback Hive Honey • Paula’s Pantry and Gifts • Robert Lloyd Memorial • Robin Hood • Stayner Dairy Queen • Threads That Bind • Tirecraft
• Justin Ridgewell of Braeburn Farms • Karie Elizebeth Photography • Lewis Motor Sales • Lionsgates Welsh Ponies • Lisa Hardisty • Little Labels • Loblaw • Lynn Mokriy • Marjorie Beattie • Maxine Coutts-Reid • McKee Muffler • McQueen Vue Paving & Farms • Metro Foods • Midwest Metals • Millsap Family (In Memory of Joyce & Glenn Millsap) • Miss Holly’s Spa • Morrison’s Pumpkin Patch • Mountainview Farms • My Barn Child • Mylar & Loreta’s • Neachai Equine Ayurveda • Partner Ag. Services • Paul Hurst- In memory of Don Hurst • Pink Ribbon Percherons • Prosser’s Garage • Purina Equine Canada • Raedan Freight Services • Reinhart Foods Limited • Rexall Pharmacy • Richards Equipment Inc.
• Robt. Noble Ltd. • Scott Sales and Solutions • SE Equestrian • Simcoe County Sheep Producers • SOS Storage On Site • Speedy Auto Glass • Spicher North Country Cheviot Southdowns • Split Enz Hair Salon • Stayner Dental Centre • Stayner Foodland • Stayner Home Hardware • Stayner Timber Mart • Summer Time Lemonade • Susan McLeod • TD Canada Trust • The Chocolate Palomino • The Horse Limo • The Packaging Company • The Tack Shoppe Of Collingwood • Tigs Store • Trott’s Sport’s Excellence • W Brand Realty Group – Wiek and Elicia Wojcik • Walker’s Small Motors • Wayne Spears Electric • Webb’s Chunky Fries • Wintergreen Farm • Yard Boys
Starting Gate - $100 to $299
• A.W. Sills Sales & Service • Alexis Lamoureaux – Buckeye Sales Representative • Arbonne by Stephanie French • AV Custom Woodworking • B.J.S. Farm Supply Ltd. • Barrie Thornton Old Tyme Fiddle Club • Bates Sand & Gravel • Bill Brown Woodworking & Building Supplies • Blackwood Acres • Blue Mountain Honda • Brevmac Farm • Captain Cook de Fries • Carousel Farms • Carquest Auto Parts, Collingwood • Carquest Auto Parts, Stayner • Carruthers & Davidson Funeral Home • Chatterson Funeral Home • Christie/Cummings Barristers • Chrystal Clear Designs • Church’s Farm Supply • Clearview Fire Services • Collingwood Fire Department • Crave The Chocolatier • Creemore Veterinary Services • D & L Variety • DASH Equine
• Alan Ewing – Remax • Atkinson International • Bellbrae Animal Hospital • Clearview Nursery • Collingwood Toyota • Collwest Grain Ltd. • Creemore Echo
• Diane Edwards, Travelworld Collingwood • Douglas Hogg Auto Repair • Dr. David Reddick • Drogheda Farm • Duntroon Highlands Golf Club • Eileen & Donald McLean Memorial Prize • Essentially Oiled 52 • Fawcett Funeral Home • Fernwood Farms& Market • George & Nancy Czerny – Georgian Blue Media • Georgian Frame Gallery • Gladys Milne Memorial Challenge • Glen Islay Farms • Great Lakes Trophies • H.A Kidd and Company • Hamilton Construction Ltd. • Harpy’s Bows • Harrison Denture Clinic • Heaven’s Delight • Hill Haven Farm • Hugh Ransier • IDA Pharmacy, Wasaga Beach • Ind-Can Aluminum co, Ltd. • John Noble Septic Service • Johnson Livestock Trucking • Jones Feed Mills Limited • Jordan & Teralyn Bell • Judy Ferguson
Friends of the fair - $300 to $499 • Creemore Village Pharmacy • Crown Ridge Farms • Dr. Farel Anderson • Holmes Agro • Ian McLeod – In Memory of Charlie McLeod • Jessica and Cindy Ryerse
• Kendi Business Systems • Kinnear Piano Service • Martin Rigney Electric Ltd. • Millsap Farms • Ontario Belgian Horse Association • R.J. Burnside & Associates
• Robinson’s Paint & Wallpaper • Rockside Campbell • Simcoe County Dairy Producers • Snap on Tools • Stayner Town & Country • Stuart Ellis Pharmacy
163rd Annual Fall Fair // Sept. 21, 22, 23, 2018
Bin Filler - $500 to $999 • Braeburn Farms • Collingwood Fuels • Collins Barrow SGB LLP • Contractors Rental Supply • Darpak • Deans Carpet One • Earth Power Tractors &
Equipment Limited • Greenhawk Harness and Equestrian Sport • Hanna Motors • Huronia Container Service • Ironside Law Firm • Jack Van Niekerk
• John Foubert • Melfar Holdings Inc • Mill-Ric-Vue Farms • North Slope Farms • Prasad Family Foundation • Reginald Morrison
• Robert McArthur • Rotary Club of Collingwood • Stayner Kinsmen • Stayner Lions Club • The UPS Store, Collingwood • Township of Clearview • Winters Aggregates
Haymakers - $1000 to $2999
• ARO Technologies Inc. • Arnott Construction Ltd. • Canadian Mist Distillers • Collingwood Home Hardware • Collingwood Lodge 54 Independent Order of Oddfellow • Collingwood Optimist Club • Dimitroff Outdoor Advertising
• Gordon Coukell • K Ferguson Enterprises Ltd. • Karen & Garry Milne – Twyla Brae Farms • Kells Service Centre Inc. • Thornbury Home Hardware • Tim Hortons, Collingwood • Walker Aggregates • Worlds Finest Show Inc.
country squire - $3000 + • Bayshore Broadcasting • Greenview Graphics • Hamilton Bros Farm & Building Supplies Ltd. • Huron Tractor Ltd.
• J & R Cycle • LT Equipment • Stayner Rental Limited • The Peak 95.1 FM
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• 100 Mile Store • A & D Bird Seed & Farm Market • Alan & Iris Ewing • Alan Ewing, Remax • Anne Huskinson • Anon • Aryn Ashley • Batteaux Church Ladies • Best Baa Dairy • Billy Hill Pine • Blue Baubles Boutique • Blue Mountain Chrysler • Blue Mountain Honda • Blue Mountain Tea Company • Blue Ridge Meats • Bob & Elsie Percy • Boston Pizza • Cabin Bistro • Canadian Tire • Candy Factory • Cheryl Ferguson • Chris Weston • Clearview Nursery
• Collingwood Agricultural Society • Collingwood Flowers & Home Décor • Collingwood Hyundai • Collingwood Toyota • Co-operators Ins. (Peterborough) • Creemore House of Stitches • Creemore Village Pharmacy • Crowsnest • Curries Farm Market • Debbie Harris • Diane Edwards, Travelworld Collingwood • Don Hennessey Ltd. • Duntroon Highlands Golf • Freshco • Friends Pub & Grill • GNE Ladies • H.A Kidd • Hamilton Bros. • Hanna Motors • Harvey's
• Highlands Nordic • Holmes Agro • Home Depot, Collingwood • Home Hardware, Collingwood • Huron Tractor • Investors' Group • Irvine Sales • Jim & Felicity Kinnear • John Nichols • K. Ferguson Enterprises • Karen Crevier • Karen Milne • Ken Hume • Kendi Business Systems, Ken Edwards • Kinnear Piano Service • Lafreniere Auto Sales • Lewis Motors • Lorne Cleary • Marilyn Steed • Marion McArthur • Maureen McLeod • Maxine Coutts-Reid • Mc Arthur Family
• Metro, Collingwood • Mike JacksonGM • Minds Alive • Mylar & Loreta's Restaurant • N to A Totes & Reclaimed Treasurers • Osprey Bluffs Honey Co. • Pamper Me Day Spa • Parkway Yamaha • Paula's Pantry • Purple Hill Lavender Farm • Reinhart Foods • Sara Ferguson • Scaninave Spa • Shoppers Drug Mart • Stayner Dental Centre • Stayner Town & Country • Stella & Dot • Susan McLeod • Swiss Chalet • TD Bank • The Chopsticks • Thornbury Home Hardware • Thornbury Village Craft Beer & Cider
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163rd Annual Fall Fair // Sept. 21, 22, 23, 2018
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