Wallacetown Fair Prize List 2022

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WALLACETOWN AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY PRIZE LIST 2022 Theme of the Fair is Superheroes

SEPTEMBER 30TH OCTOBER 1ST OCTOBER 2ND


NEW PICK UP AND DROP OFF HOURS JR. FAIR & ROOTS & GRAINS BUILDING Drop off items: Thursday, September 29th from 6 pm to 9 pm Friday, September 30th from 8 am to 11 am Doors close for judging at 11:00 am Pick up items: Monday, October 3rd from 4 pm to 8 pm GENERAL EXHIBITS BUILDING Plants and Cut Flowers and Wine Drop off items: Thursday, September 29th from 1 pm to 9 pm Friday, September 30th from 8 am to 11 am Pick up items: Monday, October 3rd from 4 pm to 8 pm Culinary Arts/ Baking Drop off items: Thursday September 29th from 6 pm to 9 pm Friday, September 30th from 8 am to 11 am Pick up items: Saturday, October 1st at 5 pm Needlecraft and Art and Photography Drop off items: Thursday September 29th from 1 pm to 9 pm ONLY NO DROP OFFS ON FRIDAY Pick up items: Monday, October 3rd from 4 pm to 8 pm COMMERCIAL BUILDING Set up: Friday, September 30th – No cars will be allowed on the grounds after 2 pm by the commercial building and parking will be on the track.

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INDEX 4-H Beef Club Achievement Program 4-H Exhibits Ambassador Competition Antique Cars, Tractor Show Archery Tournament Information Art and Photography Baby Show Beef Cattle Show – Open Commercial Rental Information Culinary Arts -Baking and Canning Culinary Arts Donor Specials Demolition Derby Information Directors and Officers Field Crop Competition Fruits and Vegetables General Enquiry Information Grain Show Group Display and Card Table Display Junior Ambassador Competition Junior Baking Champion Junior Champion Junior Fair Market Lamb Auction Midway information Needlecraft – Sewing/Crafts/Woodworking OAAS Butter Tart Competition OAAS Chocolate Chip Cookie Competition OAAS Honey Competition OAAS Maple Syrup Competition OAAS Quilting Competition Rules OAAS Youth Fair Poster Competition Outdoor Yard Display Competition Pet Show Plants and Cut Flowers Poultry Show Rules and Regulations Sheep Show – Open Sheep Show – Youth Sheep Show Rules Student Art Talent Contest Truck and Tractor Pull Wine Competition Young Farmers

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RULES AND REGULATIONS 1. All persons, upon payment of $5.00 may become members of the Wallacetown Agricultural Society. Membership does not entitle one to admittance. Membership will not be deducted from prize monies. 2. All individuals obtaining membership numbers must be personally registered. No numbers or prize money will be issued to farm names. 3. Each exhibitor is responsible for completing their own entry tickets and forms. 4. Entry form must be left at fair office before exhibitor places entries in exhibit hall. If this rule is not adhered to, no prize money will be paid. Junior Fair Entry Forms to be left in Junior Fair Building. Livestock exhibitors see rules in livestock classes. 5. No special prize will be awarded when an entry has not been made for same. Tags for specials must be included. 6. NEW HOURS FOR DROPPING OFF and PICKING UP EXHIBITS. PLEASE CHECK YOUR CLASS AS THESE TIMES HAVE CHANGED. 7. Prize money will be paid out at the fair and NOT mailed. Prize money can be picked up at the fair on Sunday or Monday when picking up your items. 8. Judges are requested to report to the fair office at least a half hour before the time of judging is to commence on the day they are required to judge. 9. Specials donated in cash and for which no entry is made are deemed to be a donation to the fair. 10. Baking Exhibits that is to become property of donor because of a special donation must be picked up by the person making the donation at 5 p.m. sharp on Saturday. 11. All stock must be the bona fide property of the exhibitor at time of entry and all grains, roots, vegetables and seeds, fruit and dairy products must be the property of the exhibitor, the growth of the present year. 12. All Beef Class and Sheep Class prizes will be paid out in the ring as they are won. 13. All cattle, sheep and horses must meet requirements of the Health and Animal branch. CFIA Tags required. Preregistration is necessary. 3


RULES AND REGULATIONS 14. All livestock must be exhibited on the fairgrounds the day of the fair, unless directed otherwise by the board of directors, to be eligible for prize money. 15. No article to be shown in two sections unless for specials. 16. Should there be but one exhibitor in a class or section, judges can use their own discretion as to awarding premium. 17. No articles shall be allowed to leave the grounds until the close of the fair other than Baking Products, without permission of the President. Pick up is now Monday from 4 – 8 pm. 18. One entry in all sections except livestock. 19. Where prizes are given on points, first place will count 3 points, second place 2 points and third place 1 point. These sections will be considered championship sections and no entry will be necessary. 20. Gift certificates to be redeemed in merchandise only. 21. Upon the discovery of a dishonest practice, either in the preparation, ownership or representation concerning any article exhibited which may have affected or may have intended to affect the decision of the judges, the board may have the power to withhold any payment of any prize awarded and may prohibit any such party from exhibiting for one or more years and may also publish the names of such persons. 22. All protests must be made in writing and must state plainly the cause of the complaint and shall be delivered to the President or Secretary before 4 p.m. on the last day of the fair. The sum of $25.00 shall be deposited with the Secretary in each case of protest making the same, to be forfeited if the protest is not sustained. 23. While the Directors will take every precaution under the circumstances to ensure the safety of all articles sent to the fair, the owners themselves must take the risk of exhibiting and should any exhibit be accidentally injured, lost or stolen, the directors will give all possible assistance in their power toward recovery but will not make any payment for the value thereof.

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RULES AND REGULATIONS 24. The right is reserved by the Board of Directors to reduce the amount of prize money or special awards paid to exhibitors below the amounts published in the various classes and sections of the prize list, as circumstances and conditions beyond their control may warrant and can be subject to change without prior notice. 25. Exhibitors responsible for their own liability insurance.

Past President: Sheri Lackey (519) 762-5496 or 226-378-5505 President: Ida McCallum (519) 762-5095 or 519-671-0094 1st Vice President: Carol Campbell (519) 762-3343 2nd Vice President: Kelsey McConnell (519) 281-8102 Secretary: Kim Carder (519) 762-2737 or (519) 777-1582 Bingo Chair: Anna Tokarz (519) 762-2617 Homecraft Division Officers Chairperson: Lin McCann (519) 859-2534 Vice Chairperson: Ida McCallum (519) 762-5095 or 519-671-0094 Secretary: Marguerite Boyd (519) 762-5302 Treasurer: Grace Campbell (519) 762-5133

Directors: Gerald Boyd, Ron Ross, Kelsey McConnell, Eric Johnson, Tracy Trudell, Anna Tokarz Associates: Diane Brown, Bob Carder, Nancy Carroll, Ivan Lackey, Ian McCallum, Bruce McCann, Brad Reives, Tyler, Evan, and Morgan Ross, Rien VanBrenk, Joe Lorefice, Murranda McCallum, Phyllis McNeil 5


General inquiries and donations contact fair secretary Kim Carder at wallacetownfair@yahoo.ca or phone 519-7622737 or 519-777-1582. Vendor information: Carol Campbell at cacampbell5182@gmail.com or phone 519-762-3343. Truck and Tractor Pull contact Matt Marsh at 519-784-4256 or mattmarsh@hotmail.ca Demolition Derby contact Harold Ross at 519-808-8882 or Anna Tokarz at 519-762-2617 Talent Show and Ambassador Contest contact Anna Tokarz at annatokarz1319@gmail.com or phone 519-762-2617. For all other Committees – please see the Committee Chair information under each class heading.

RIDE BRACELETS PRE - SALE only $25 Ride all day bracelets will be available for presale at the following locations. They may be used for any ONE day at the fair. Must be purchased by Sept 28th, 2022. Please note – Ride Bracelets will be $35 at the box the weekend of the fair. Pre- Sale Locations Dutton - Highland IDA Pharmacy St. Thomas - Elgin Travel & Cruises Wallacetown - Tall Tales Cafe West Lorne - Ross & Co. Hair Salon Individual tickets can be purchased at the fair. 6


AMBASSADOR COMPETITION FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 2022, AT 7:00 PM In Entertainment Building

2019 – 2020 Ambassador Jessica McKillop

Growing up in Wallacetown, I thought I knew the Wallacetown Fair pretty well, but as the 20192020 Wallacetown Fair Ambassador, I got to experience the fair from a whole new perspective. I am so grateful that I have had the opportunity to represent Wallacetown and participate in events like the Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies (OAAS) convention, the district 13 meeting, and most of all the Wallacetown Fair.

As I grew up, I aged out of some events like the 4H youth sheep show. It was a great feeling to be involved in those events again. But even after the Wallacetown Fair weekend had ended, my experiences as the ambassador had hardly begun. The friendships I made at the OAAS convention will last a lifetime and if I take one thing away from this experience, it will be the new friends I made from all over Ontario, I am so eager to represent the Wallacetown Fair at the Canadian National Exhibition this August – and if you’re wondering just how eager, you should know that I started writing my speech in February. As my time as the Wallacetown Fair ambassador winds down, I want to thank the fair board and their volunteers for all of the hard work they do to put the Wallacetown Fair together. I want to wish the best of luck to the ambassador contestants and to the 20212022 Wallacetown Fair Ambassador, cherish your time as the fair ambassador because it goes by faster than you would think. Many thanks, Jessie McKillop 7


AMBASSADOR COMPETITION

$1000 BURSARY FOR POST-SECONDARY EDUCATION Plus, many prizes from our generous donors. Must be between 18 and 24 years old as of August 15, 2023. Open to male and female participants. Contestants must present a 2-minute speech on a topic of their own choice and answer an impromptu question. They will be interviewed by a panel of judges. For more information: please contact Anna Tokarz at 519-762-2617 or email annatokarz1319@gmail.com. 2019 Donors Ansell’s Awards & Specialties, Anything Used Sparta, Bob & Diane Brown, Bonita Spa Essentials, Yvonne Brooks, Carmichaels, Crafts Plus, Dutton & District Lions Club, Dutton Food Market, E & E All Occasion, Elgin Dairy Producers Committee, Elgin Travel & Cruises, Evelyn’s Sausage Kitchen, Ruth Ferguson, Fernlea Flowers, In A Jam, Lindt, Knight’s Home Hardware, Mancari’s Restaurant, Milo’s Hair Studio, McNaughton Dodge Chrysler, Municipality of Dutton Dunwich, Optimist Club of Wallacetown, Brenda Patterson, Greg & Dorothy Pfeifer, Hair Studio, Ross & Co. Salon, Team Sabo Custom Embroidery, Pam Silva - Tupperware, Jeff Smith IG Wealth Management, St. Peter’s Anglican Church, Staples, Talbot Trails Restaurant, Tasty Sweets Café & Bakery, Anna Tokarz, Van Lahti’s Café and Eatery, Village Crier, Wallacetown Agricultural Society, Wallacetown’s Women’s Institute, Wayside Dining Lounge, West Elgin Accounting, West Elgin Pharmacy, West Lorne Foodland, Dave Wheeler Automotive, Yurek’s Pharmacy. 8


OUTDOOR YARD DISPLAY COMPETITION SPONSORED BY THE WALLACETOWN AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY Prizes 1st - $100, 2nd - $75, 3rd - $50, 4th - $25 Classes: Residential Yard Display and Business Yard or Window Display Rules & Regulations:

•Open contest to all residents and businesses within 40 kilometers of Wallacetown. •Display should represent something you would see at the •................ Display must face a public road but must be at •Display must include a sign that states: Wallacetown Fair with dates of September 30, October 1 & 2, 2022 and preferably visible from both directions. •Competitors can compete in either Residential or Business Competitions. Prizes will be awarded in each category •Displays are to be fully assembled and ready by 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, September 3, 2022 for judging and remain as judged until Monday after the fair. •Please indicate the category entered (Residential or Business) •All entries must be received by Thursday, September 1, 2022. Entries may be made by contacting fair secretary Kim Carder by phone – 519762-2737 or by email at wallacetownfair@yahoo.ca. •Photographs of the winning displays will be exhibited at th •Judging Score: Overall appearance 30%, Originality 30%, Identifiable theme 20%, Visibility 20%.

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TALENT CONTEST Saturday, October 1, 2022, at 7:30 pm Entertainment Building Prizes: 1st $200, 2nd $150 3rd $100, 4th $50 in each age category Ages 12 and under and Ages 13 – 21 only Singers, dancers, bands, musicians to magicians. We want to see your talent. Contact Anna Tokarz at 519-762-2617 or email annatokarz1319@gmail.com for further information. Must be registered by September 25, 2022

COMMERCIAL RENTAL Need to promote your product or business? We have Indoor and Outdoor Space available. Cost is $7.00 a frontage foot with $25.00 if hydro is required. Proof of Vendor Insurance necessary. Please view vendor information at wallacetownfair.ca for latest info and links. Vendors are asked to remain Friday, Saturday, and Sunday of the Fair. Please contact Carol Campbell at 519-762-3343 for further information or cacampbell5182@gmail.com

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JUNIOR AMBASSADOR COMPETITION SPONSORED BY

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 2022, at 10:30 AM In Entertainment Building Open to Boys and Girls ages 5-10 $50.00 to Winner and $25.00 to Runner Up Child is asked to bring an object or picture and tell what it is and why it is important to them. Parents or an escort are asked to remain with the child on stage for encouragement if needed. Casual clothes will be the dress code or child can dress up to match the theme. EVERY CHILD WHO PARTICIPATES GETS FREE ENTRY FOR SUNDAY TO THE FAIR Please contact Fair Secretary Kim Carder for questions: 519-762-2737 or 519-777-1582

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 2022 Bring out your Antique Car, Tractor, Equipment to show off at the fair. This event is Saturday only. Contact Bruce McCann at 519-857-5234 for further information. If you are an antique dealer, parts collector, toy collector and wish to be part of this show as a vendor Contact Carol Campbell at 519-762-3343 or email cacampbell5182@gmail.ca 11


CLASS 1 West Elgin 4-H Beef Club Achievement Program Saturday, Oct. 1, 2022 - 10:30 am Leaders: Dave McKillop, Cassie Taylor and Ian McCallum SPONSORS Dutton & District Lions Club, Pauline & Peter Donaldson, Ivan and Sheri Lackey, Fionna Campbell Brooking Angus Ranch and David & Paul McCallum The Wallacetown Agricultural Society Exhibitor number necessary 1. Junior heifer calves, born January 1, 2022, and after 2. Senior heifer calves, born between January 1 – December 31, 2021 3. Champion breeding heifer – top 2 entries from sections 1-2 4. Market heifer 5. Market steer 6. Champion market animal – top 2 entries from sections 4-5 7. Senior showmanship 8. Intermediate showmanship 9. Junior showmanship 10. Champion showman – top 2 entries from sections 7, 8 & 9 Specials: Most Improved Member (2020 winner ineligible) -$100.00 sponsored by Dutton & District Lions Club Top Member - $100.00 sponsored by Sheri and Ivan Lackey NEW - 11. Best Home-Bred 4-H project (cattle) - $100 In honour of Angus and Clifford Campbell donated by David and Paul McCallum All animals must meet requirements of Health and Animal Branch. All animals must remain until 4:00 pm or forfeit prize money. CFIA Tags Required See website for pre-registration 12


CLASS 2 4-H Committee Chair: Sheri Lackey – 519-762-5496 or 226-378-5505 Committee: Ivan Lackey SPONSORS Dutton & District Lions Club, Ivan and Sheri Lackey and Wallacetown Agricultural Society 4-H Clubs and Youth Leader Exhibits: Entries must be made to Sheri Lackey at (519) 762-5496 or sherilackey8@outlook.com, in advance please. All displays MUST have completed entry tag attached noting section (club or youth leader exhibit). No Wallacetown Ag. Society membership is required, BUT entry forms must be submitted to the office. Please supply your own tables (card table size per exhibit). All exhibits must remain in place until Sunday of the fair. Pick up is now Monday October 4th from 4 pm to 8 pm. Club Exhibits: open to 4-H clubs in Elgin County displaying an exhibit from the fall of 2020 and 2021 projects. All entries will receive $20. Youth Leader Exhibits: open to 4-H members in Elgin County displaying a Youth Leader exhibit from the Fall of 2020 and 2021 projects. All entries will receive $20. Completed tags MUST be attached (name, address). Exhibits to be placed Thursday evening of the fair between 7-9 pm, then removed Monday, October 4th from 4 pm to 8 pm. $20 to each member completing their achievement program I pledge my head to clearer thinking, my heart to greater loyalty, my hands to larger service, and my health to better living, for my club, my community, my CLASS 3 country, and my world. 13


OPEN BEEF CATTLE SHOW Saturday, October 1, 2022- 12:30 pm Exhibitors should carry their own liability insurance Committee Chair: Ian McCallum - 519-317-1343 Committee: Josh Englehart, Robert McCallum Spencer Payne, Carol Campbell, and Ida McCallum SPONSORS Wallacetown Agricultural Society Joanne Brown RULES & REGULATIONS- CFIA TAGS ARE REQUIRED 1. Exhibitors shall become members of the Wallacetown Agricultural Society Membership fee of $5.00. 2. General rules of Wallacetown Fair to govern, except where special rules of the show apply. 3. Cattle must be on the grounds by 10:00 a.m., Saturday of the fair and remain until 4:00 pm that day or forfeit prize money. 4. All animals must be shown on halter. 5. Only one entry per section is eligible from such farm or breeding unit, except the fair does authorize two entries per class in a maximum of two sections. Note exceptions in breeder’s herd and get of sire sections. All exhibits must be owned and registered in the name of the exhibitor. 6. No vehicle access will be permitted through the front gate of Argyle Street. All vehicles MUST enter by Sifton Street gate only. 7. Classes are subject to change upon number of entries. 8. Entry Fee of $5.00 PER ANIMAL PER CLASS. NO PRIZE MONEY DEDUCTIONS. CLASSES SPLIT UPON ENTRIES BY COMMITTEE. Prize money: 1st -$100.00; 2nd - $90.00; 3rd - $80.00; 4th - $70.00; 5th - $60.00; 6th - $50.00; 7th - $40.00 Champion male and female will receive ribbons.

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CLASS 3 OPEN BEEF CATTLE SHOW PUREBRED BEEF SHOW – CLASS 3 1. Bull, calf, born on or after January 1, 2022, minimum 6 months of age on day of judging 2. Bull, yearling, born April 1, 2021 – December 31, 2021 3. Bull, yearling, born January 1, 2021 – March 31, 2021 4. Bull, 2-years-old, born January 1, 2020 – December 31, 2020 5. Female, calf, born on or after January 1, 2022, minimum 6 months of age on day of judging 6. Female, heifer, born April 1, 2021 – December 31, 2021 7. Female, heifer, born January 1, 2021 – March 31, 2021 8. Female, born January 1, 2020 – December 31, 2020, with her own 2022 natural, purebred, tattooed calf at foot. Female and calf shall be shown as a unit except where the calf is eligible to be shown as a single animal in section 1 or 5. 9. Female, born prior to January 1, 2019, with her own 2022, natural, purebred, tattooed calf at foot. Female and calf shall be shown as a unit except where the calf is eligible to be shown as a single animal in section 1 or 5. 10. Breeders Herd – a group of 4 animals bred by the exhibitor, both sexes to be represented, must be exhibited in previous classes. The exhibitor must own at least one animal. 11. Grand Champion Bull - $100.00 12. Grand Champion Female - $100.00 Market Cattle: Entry must be made prior to showing and exhibitors must become members of the Wallacetown Agricultural Society or prize money will be withheld. No animals shown in the purebred class will be eligible to enter sections 13 or 14. 13. Market heifer 14. Market steer 15. Grand Champion Market Animal - $100.00 15


CLASS 3 OPEN BEEF CATTLE SHOW Saturday, October 1, 2022- 2:00 pm (Directly following the Open show) Junior Showmanship Special (Pee Wee Class): For children under 10 years of age, no 4-H members. Entries to be made at the ring, prior to special. Wallacetown Agricultural Society membership not required. Each exhibitor to receive $5

CLASS 4 SHEEP SHOW Sunday, October 2, 2022 Youth Show – 9:00 am Open Show – 11:00 am Committee Chair: Sheri Lackey – 519-762-5496 or 226-378-5505 Committee: Bruce, Dawn, and Cody MacKinnon Ivan Lackey, Eric Johnson, Ian McCallum, Murranda McCallum, Gerald Boyd SPONSORS Grant & Karen Campbell, Bev & Jerry Galbraith, Steve Hayden, Ivan & Sheri Lackey, Bruce & Dawn MacKinnon, and Marion & Jim Rose

RULES and REGULATIONS: A. Pre-registration of entries must NOW be submitted by Saturday, September 24th. Please see Form on website at www.wallacetownfair.ca. Form can be pre-filled out and sent to Sheri Lackey at sherilackey8@outlook.com. B. Registration will be before the Sheep Show on the Sunday AM in the 4-H Barn. Membership ($5) not retained from previous year’s winnings and must be paid at time of entry. B. All entries must be owned and registered in the name of the exhibitor. C. Two animals allowed per exhibitor or breeding unit in a maximum of two single classes in accordance with the 2022 Federal Sheep Classification. 16


RULES and REGULATIONS for sheep show continued: D. All sheep must remain on the grounds until 4:30 p.m. or forfeit prize money. E. All vehicles MUST enter by the Sifton Street Gate only. Please watch for patrons. F. The show will be held under the federal classifications. Exhibitors should carry their own liability insurance. G. $1.00 per animal per Class entry fee must be paid with Registration fee of $5.00

CLASS 4 YOUTH SHEEP SHOW Sunday, October 2, 2022, at 9:00 am 9:00 A.M. start **All Youth must be registered at the show by 8:45 a.m. Black and white dress required. NO membership fee for youth show only. Register at show. If entering in the open show you can now enter and pay the membership fee and obtain an exhibitor number at the 4 – H building or contact Kim Carder at wallacetownfair@yahoo.ca to obtain one. Prize money will be paid at the end of the class. Open to any youth aged 21 and under (do not have to be a 4-H member) Section 1. Commercial (crossbred) current year ewe lamb – 1st - $50; 2nd - $30; 3rd - $20; all others - $5 Sponsored by Grant & Karen Campbell. 2. Senior showmanship – 1st - $25; 2nd - $15; 3rd - $10 all others - $5, Sponsored by Bruce & Dawn MacKinnon & Marion Rose - Elgin Travel & Cruises. 3. Junior showmanship – 1st-$25; 2nd - $15; 3rd - $10 all others - $5, sponsored by Bruce & Dawn MacKinnon & Marion Rose – Elgin Travel & Cruises. 4. Novice showmanship – 1st - $25; 2nd - $15; 3rd - $10 all others - $5, sponsored by Bruce & Dawn MacKinnon & Marion Rose – Elgin Travel & Cruises. 5. Under 8 years old -$10 each Sponsored by Ivan & Sheri Lackey. 6. Champion showmanship – top two entries from showmanship classes– grand – rosette, reserve – rosette. 17


CLASS 4 YOUTH SHEEP SHOW 7. Best Market lambs – open to any breed, for exhibitors 21 years and under, one lamb, NO INTACT MALES A) 50 -79 lbs. B) 80 – 120 lbs. 1st - $25; 2nd - $15; 3rd - $10, and $5 for all remaining animals (to be paid at the time of the show) donated by Peter & Pauline Donaldson. NOTE: If on the day of the fair some classes are too low or too high with competitors, changes deemed necessary will be made and will void the classes as outlined above.

CLASS 4 OPEN SHEEP SHOW Sunday, October 2, 2022, at 11:00 am PUREBRED SHEEP CLASSIFICATIONS A) Suffolk B) Oxford C) Texel D) Southdown E) Dorset F) Long Wool- Lincoln, Leicester G) Any other breed Dorset, Oxford, Southdown, and Suffolk must be shown in short fleece (staple less than 1in/2.5cm) at shows that fall between April – October 15, 2022, inclusive. Prize Money: 1st - $30; 2nd - $25; 3rd – 20; 4th - $15; all others - $10. NEW RULE CHANGE CFIA TAGS ARE REQUIRED FOR ALL SHEEP SHOWS INCLUDING YOUTH & LIST OF TAG NUMBERS Preregister prior to show by email to sherilackey8@outlook.com by September 24, 2022. Form on website at wallacetownfair.ca. 18


CLASS 4 OPEN SHEEP SHOW Sunday, October 2, 2022, at 11:00 am 1. Ewe – yearling, 3rd pair of temporary incisors must be in place 2. Ewe – 1st pair of temporary incisors must be in place, registered in the name of the exhibitor 3. Ram - yearling, 3rd pair of temporary incisors must be in place 4. Ram - 1st pair of temporary incisors must be in place, registered in the name of the exhibitor 5. Get of Sire – a group of 3 animals by the same sire, 1st pair of temporary incisors must be in place, born the property of the exhibitor. Both sexes must be represented. Must be shown in ring to receive prize money at judge’s discretion. 6. Breeder’s Flock – a group of 4 animals, bred and owned by the exhibitor, all animals in group to be one breed. Both sexes must be represented. Each animal in the group must have been exhibited in one of the preceding sections. Must be shown in ring to receive prize money at judge’s discretion. 7. Special Progeny of Dam 1st - $25; 2nd - $15; 3rd- $10 Sponsored by Jerry & Bev Galbraith 8. Special Best Get of Sire 1st - $25; 2nd - $15; 3rd - $10 Sponsored by Jerry & Bev Galbraith 9. Special - Best Flock on Grounds – consisting of 4 animals: ram, yearling ram, ewe, and yearling ewe. One of these must have been shown in one of the preceding sections 1st - $25; 2nd - $15; 3rd - $10 Sponsored by Jerry & Bev Galbraith 10. Special - Supreme Ram - $50 & Rosette Sponsored by Bruce & Dawn MacKinnon 11. Special - Reserve Supreme Ram - $40 & Rosette Sponsored by Ivan & Sheri Lackey 12. Special - Supreme Ewe - $50 & Rosette Sponsored by Bruce & Dawn MacKinnon 13. Special - Reserve Supreme Ewe - $40 & Rosette Sponsored by Ivan & Sheri Lackey

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MARKET LAMB AUCTION Auction to follow the Youth Show

1. All entries to be sent to Sheri Lackey by September 15, 2022, or at sherilackey8@outlook.com 2. Please call 519- 762-5496 or 226-378-5505 to enter 3.**ONLY THE FIRST 6 ENTRIES TO BE REGISTERED WILL QUALIFY FOR THE AUCTION. NO LATE ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED** 4. Minimum of 90 lbs. and maximum 120 lbs. 5. Not to be shown in Section 7 (BEST MARKET LAMB) Entrants are encouraged to bring a buyer to the auction

CLASS 5 Farm Toy Show Competition Roots and Grains Building Theme: Farmers – The Real Superheroes Open to all ages. Membership and exhibitor number required. Display size: 36” wide x 36” long, to be set up on a sheet of plywood Display must include a minimum of 8 pieces of equipment and/or machinery to scale. Buildings and landscaping are optional Judged on: Originality and creativity; Realism; Authenticity; Neatness; and overall effectiveness Prizes: 1st - $40; 2nd - $30; 3rd - $20; 4th - $10

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CLASS 6 FIELD CROP COMPETITION Committee Chair: Eric Johnson Committee: Bob Carder, Nancy Carroll, Teresa Nesic SPONSORS

Russtanda Livestock Inc, J & T McCaffery, Peter & Pauline Donaldson and the Wallacetown Agricultural Society NEW HOURS – All exhibits must be dropped off by 11:00 AM Friday of the Fair. Thursday – building open from 6 pm – 9 pm to accept exhibits. All exhibits must remain on display until close of fair on Sunday. PICK UP of items is now Monday October 3rd from 4 pm – 8 pm Hay: 1. Field scored as judged prior to first cut: 1st - $12, 2nd - $10, 3rd - $8, 4th - $7, 5th - $6, 6th -10th - $5 2. 6" slice of a small bale or equivalent from a large square or round in a bag or a container. 1st - $12, 2nd - $10, 3rd - $8, 4th - $7, 5th - $6. 6th – 10th $5 3. Special: Highest score hay (sections 1 - 2) $20 donated by Russtanda Livestock Inc. Soybeans: 4. Field scored as judged in September: 1st - $12, 2nd $10, 3rd - $8, 4th - $7, 5th - $6, 6th - 10th - $5 5. Sheaf of 5 stalks: 1st - $12, 2nd - $10, 3rd - $8, 4th - $7, 5th - $6, 6th – 10th - $5 6. Special: Highest score soybeans (sections 4 and 5) $20 donated by Russtanda Livestock Inc. Husking Corn: 7. Field score as judged in September: 1st - $12, 2nd $10, 3rd - $8, 4th - 7$, 5th - $6, 6th - 10th - $5 8. 6 ears of corn: 1st - $12, 2nd - $10, 3rd - $8, 4th - $7, 5th - $6, 6th – 10th - $5 9. Sheaf of 6 stalks: 1st - $12, 2nd - $10, 3rd - $8, 4th - $7, 5th - $6, 6th - 10th - $5 10. Special: Highest score corn (sections 7-9) $20 donated by Russtanda Livestock Inc. 21


CLASS 6 FIELD CROP COMPETITION Field Crop Competition Special- Most Points Combined for Hay, Soya, and Corn To be eligible for this special, competitors MUST PARTICIPATE IN EACH SECTION of the corresponding categories, respectively, Hay 1, 2, Soya Beans 4, 5 and Corn 7, 8, 9 Sponsored by Russtanda Livestock IncOverall Winner receives $50 CLASS 7 GRAIN SHOW SPONSORS

Grain Farmers of Ontario, Krin & Connie Dieleman, Peter & Pauline Donaldson Committee Chair: Eric Johnson Committee: Bob Carder, Nancy Carroll, Teresa Nesic NEW HOURS – All exhibits must be dropped off by 11:00 AM Friday of the Fair. Thursday – building open from 6 pm – 9 pm to accept exhibits. All exhibits must remain on display until close of fair on Sunday. PICK UP of items is now Monday October 3rd from 4 pm – 8 pm 1. 1-quart white winter wheat in a glass jar, named 2. 1-quart red wheat in a glass jar, named 3. 1- quart oats in a glass jar, named 4. 1- quart barley in a glass jar, named 5. 1- quart shell corn 6. 1- quart of soybeans in a glass jar, named 7. 6 ears of corn, any variety 8. 6 stalks of ensilage corn 9. Sheaf of 6 stalks of soybeans 10. 1 large Ziploc (26 x 27cm) bag corn silage 11.1 large Ziploc (26 x 27cm) bag haylage 12. 1 quart any edible bean in glass jar, named 13. 1 quart of black oil sunflower seeds 22


CLASS 8 FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Committee Chair: Nancy Carroll Committee: Bob Carder, Eric Johnson, Teresa Nesic NEW HOURS – All exhibits must be dropped off by 11:00 AM Friday of the Fair. Thursday – building open from 6 pm – 9 pm to accept exhibits. All exhibits must remain on display until close of fair on Sunday. PICK UP of items is now Monday, October 3 from 4 pm – 8 pm 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29.

5 pickling beets, tops trimmed Parsley – 4 edible stalks 5 table carrots 5 cooking onions, grown from Dutch sets – yellow 5 Spanish onions- not peeled 5 cherry tomatoes, stems attached 5 plum tomatoes, stems attached 3 tomatoes of any other variety, any colour 2 cucumbers 5 hot peppers 5 banana peppers (hot) 3 sweet peppers, green 2 zucchinis 5 red potatoes, on a plate, named, not washed 5 white potatoes, on a plate, named, not washed 5 cobs of Flint/ calico corn husks pulled back and tied 3 bulbs of garlic 2 leeks 2 pie pumpkins – 2-inch stems attached 2 field pumpkins – 2-inch stems attached 2 squash, spaghetti 2 squash, butternut 2 squash, pepper 2 squash, kabocha 1 head of cabbage 2 table turnips 1 sunflower head 5-10 gourds arranged in a basket 1 Watermelon

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CLASS 8 FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Miscellaneous Produce 1st prize of $10 only awarded in the following categories: 30. Best extreme example of largest and smallest vegetable, same type. Example 2 tomatoes from your garden, cherry, and beefsteak. (No pumpkins or squash) 31. Longest cob of corn in husk 32. Largest Spanish onion 33. Largest zucchini 34. Most unusual shaped vegetable 35. Largest single potato, any variety 36. Most pods on a stalk of soybeans (please pre-count and tag) 37. Tallest sunflower stalk – no roots Specials 38. Harvest Bouquet Arrangement- Using Ontario fruits and vegetables displayed in a container no larger than 2 x 2 feet Prizes - 1st - $15, 2nd - $10, 3rd - $5 39. Fall front door wreath – made from Grains, Leaves, Dried Flowers, etc. 1st - $30, 2nd - $25, 3rd – $20 40. Stacked Pumpkin Display – Stack at least 3 pumpkins on top of each other secured well and decorate – Can be carved, painted, decorations added 1st - $50, 2nd - $30, 3rd - $20 41. Giant Pumpkin Contest Sponsored by Donna Mylrea in memory of our Past Roots & Grains Director and President Joe Mylrea Largest Pumpkin by weight. Pumpkin must exceed 50 pounds to be considered in competition. Please drop off your pumpkin to the Junior Fair/ Roots & Grains Building from 6 – 9 pm Thursday, Sept 29th or before 11 am Friday, September 30th. Prizes: 1st - $100 2nd - $50 3rd - $ 25 4th - $15 5th - $10 6th - $ 9 7th - $8 8th - $7 9th - $6 10th- $5 24


CLASS 9 YOUNG FARMERS NEW HOURS – All exhibits must be dropped off by 11:00 AM Friday of the Fair. Thursday – building open from 6 pm – 9 pm to accept exhibits. All exhibits must remain on display until close of fair on Sunday. PICK UP of items is now Monday October 3rd from 4 pm – 8 pm SPONSORS

Maizex Seeds Incorporated Prizes: 1st – $12.00, 2nd – $10.00, 3rd – $8.00 1. 3 Cobs of Corn, Any Variety 2. 3 Stalks of Corn, Any Variety 3. 3 Sheaves of Soybeans, Any Variety CLASS 10 AMATEUR WINE MAKERS COMPETITION Committee Chair: Lin McCann- 519-859-2534 Committee: Kim Carder SPONSORS Somerset Fine Wines & Gifts and The Wallacetown Agricultural Society Rules and Regulations A. All exhibitors must become members of Wallacetown Agricultural Society. Memberships ($5) may be purchased at the fair office when registering entries. Current year membership is not retained from previous year prize winnings. B. All exhibits must have securely tied to each container a completed tag appropriate for the category. C. All exhibits will become the property of Wallacetown Agricultural Society. D. All general rules of Wallacetown Agricultural Society, which are applicable, will apply. Any rules relating to date of manufacture of the exhibit will not apply to entries in this class. E. No single wine may be entered in more than one category. One bottle per category for each exhibitor. 25


CLASS 10 AMATEUR WINE MAKERS COMPETITION F. Judging will be based on the following criteria: Colour, Clarity, Bouquet and Flavour, Balance, and Quality. An entry not appropriate to its category will be disqualified. G. Wines must be presented in 700-750ml bottles. H. Wines will be judged at room temperature. All entries must be received at the fair grounds on Thursday September 29th from 1 pm to 9 pm to ensure even temperature of all entries. No entries will be accepted on the Friday of the fair. Exhibits must remain in the building until Sunday. Pick up for bottles will now be Monday from 4pm – 8 pm. Prize money will be available for pick up on Sunday in the office. I. The competition is open to amateur wine makers only. J. Wines can be grape or from concentrate kit Different types are: Red Wines – should be full red in colour with a lingering aftertaste. Avoid entering wines before their time! White Wines – white table wines vary from almost colourless through pale gold Rosé Wines – are pink, delicate in bouquet and flavour, light in body, dry to medium dry and medium in alcohol content. Fruit Wines - they may be dry or sweet and should be used as a social drink and not with a meal. Prize money: 1st -$15, 2nd -$12, 3rd -$10 Prizes will be awarded for 1st through 3rd places “if entries warrant it.” 1. Red table wine 2. White table wine 3. Rosé wine 4. Fruit wine 5. Zinfandel 6. Best of Show – Receives a Wine Kit from Somerset Wines 7. Wine Label Competition -Create your own wine label. Label should show creativity, type of wine and crafter's logo or name- Affix to empty wine bottle. 26


CLASS 11 PLANTS & CUT FLOWERS Committee Chair: Lin McCann – 519-859-2534 Committee: Rosemary Leitch, Jackie Littlejohn Denise Barber and Jan Zettler SPONSORS Mike & Bonnie Cowan, Connie & Krin Dieleman, Dutton Dunwich Horticultural Society, Rose & Bob Leitch, Jan & Denis Zettler, Wallacetown Agricultural Society NEW HOURS – All exhibits must be dropped off by 11:00 AM Friday of the Fair. Thursday – building open from 1 pm – 9 pm to accept exhibits. All exhibits must remain on display until Sunday. Pick up for items now on Monday from 4 pm – 8 pm. This is for the safety of our patrons and accessibility to pick up your items. Prize money can be picked up in the office on Sunday during the day. Judging is carried out according to “Ontario Judging and Exhibiting Standards.” Copies are available for $6.00 from the Ontario Horticulture Association. See Tips. • • •

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Water well the night before you cut the flower Cut in the morning, 2 days before you need it (Example - Wednesday before the Fair) Fill the container with water right up to the base of the flower and store in a cool, dark place. If you use half water and half 7-up, this will help keep them for a longer period Choose a container to enhance the flower specimen, even though the container itself is not judged Only display the number of blooms requested Arrangements should include foliage attached A spray is one stem with flowering growth No use of artificial material unless called for in section Flowers of same size, variety and colour score higher points. 27


CLASS 11 PLANTS & CUT FLOWERS Rules: 1. Supply own container for all flowers including Rose Show. 2. Check all tickets for name and number- fasten securely. 3. Membership fee not retained from prize money. Membership fee to be paid before entries accepted. 4. Entry forms must be left with fair secretary prior to placing exhibits in exhibit hall. 5. No entry form – no prize money. 6. First place automatically receives “special.” 7. Any bud showing colour counts as a bloom. Section: 1 – 20 - 1st - $5.00, 2nd - $4.00, 3rd - $3.00 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

Dahlias, 1 bloom – 6” – 10” Dahlias, small, 5 blooms Aster, 5 stems Marigolds, French, 5 blooms Marigolds, African, 5 blooms Snapdragons, 3 spikes, any colour Cosmos, 5 blooms Gladiolas, 3 spikes Hydrangea, 1 fresh bloom Salvia, 3 stems, any colour Geranium, 1 cut bloom, any colour with own foliage Zinnias, 3 stems under 2 inches, flower same colour and variety Zinnias, 3 stems over 2-inch flower Any other annual not mentioned above, 3 stems Coneflower, 3 stems Flowering houseplant, in pot, no larger than 12” across Sunflowers, 3 stems, decorative, any colour, not grown for birdseed One Cactus plant Flowering Sedum, at least 3 varieties Collection of Hosta Leaves

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CLASS 11 PLANTS & CUT FLOWERS 21. SPECIAL – Sponsored by The Dutton Horticultural Society – ADULTS ONLY An arrangement using red and silver celebrating Dutton Dunwich Horticulture Society’s 25th Anniversary Prizes: 1st - $15.00, 2nd - $10.00, 3rd - $5.00 22. SPECIAL – Sponsored by The Dutton Horticultural Society – JUNIORS ONLY – 12 AND UNDER An arrangement using red and silver celebrating Dutton Dunwich Horticulture Society’s 25th Anniversary Prizes: 1st - $15.00, 2nd - $10.00, 3rd - $5.00 Arrangements: Section 23 to 35 Prizes 1st - $6.00, 2nd - $5.00, 3rd -$4.00 23. “Pitcher Me”-an arrangement of garden flowers in a pitcher 24. “Summers Bounty”-an arrangement containing dried flowers and dried foliage 25. “Autumn Beauty”-featuring flowers 26. “Egging you on”- whole design in an egg cup, NOT to exceed 10 inches in any direction 27. An arrangement using one colour of flower of your choice, foliage permitted 28. “Roadside Ramble”-an arrangement using roadside flowers & grasses 29. Red and White arrangement 30. “Around the World” design depicting a country, accessories allowed 31. “Don’t Squash Me” arrangement in a squash, not to exceed 12 inches 32. “Second Time Around”-design in a recycled container 33. “Coffee Time”- mug arrangement 34. Theme of the current year’s Fair-an arrangement. Accessories allowed 35. A Christmas Urn – arrangement for the Christmas Season

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CLASS 11 PLANTS & CUT FLOWERS Rose Show: Please supply your own container. Prize money: 1st-$5, 2nd-$4, 3rd-$3 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43.

1 specimen bloom, red 1 specimen bloom, pink 1specimen bloom, yellow 1 specimen bloom, orange 1 specimen bloom, bicolour 1 specimen bloom, white 3 Hybrid Tea, fragrant, any colour 1 specimen bloom, most fragrant, any colour

Specials: 44. To Winner sec. 25 - $10. Sponsored by Cowan Farm Drainage 45. To Winner sec. 29 - $10. Sponsored by Cowan Farm Drainage 46. To Winner sec. 31 - $10. Sponsored by Cowan Farm Drainage 47. To Winner sec. 34 - $10. Sponsored by Jan Zettler 48. To Winner sec. 23 - $10. Sponsored by Jan Zettler 49. To Winner sec. 27 - $10. Sponsored by Jan Zettler

FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 30TH BARN DANCE WITH CONNOR WILSON CO – SPONSORED BY RBC STRATHROY and WALLACETOWN AG SOCIETY

Check out Connor and band in the 4-H building From 8pm – 12am Admission free with Entrance to Fair 30


CLASS 12 CULINARY ARTS Committee Chair: Ida McCallum – 519 -762-5095 Committee: Grace Campbell SPONSORS Bernardin, Kim Carder, Donor Special Sponsors and Wallacetown Agricultural Society

RULES & REGULATIONS: Please Read A. All culinary arts entries to be made by the exhibitor. B. NEW HOURS – All exhibits must be dropped off by 11:00 AM Friday of the Fair. Thursday – building open from 6 pm – 9 pm to accept exhibits. All exhibits must remain in the hall until Saturday 5 pm. C. The committee will not be responsible for entries left after 5:15 pm, Saturday including all specials. D. Membership fee of $5 must be paid to enter. Entry forms must be left with fair secretary prior to placing exhibits in buildings. If there is no entry form, there will be no prize money awarded. E. One entry only in a section and positively no entries accepted after judging has commenced. Entry tickets will not be changed or exchanged after closing date. F. Bread to be baked in standard loaf pan approximately 8”x4”x3” (20cmx10cmx8.5cm). Previous day’s bread desirable. G. No sticky icings or frostings on cakes. No commercial mixes. H. Buns are joined – rolls are separate. I. Pies are to be shown on foil plates approximately 8” (20cm) in diameter. Foil should be tempered at 400° F for 15 minutes to ensure proper baking of bottom crust. J. No baking cup papers on muffins. K. All entry tags to be scotch taped or securely fastened to the outside of each exhibit opposite the open end and open end to be securely closed with zip lock, twist tie, etc. When returning exhibits to exhibitors, committee members will not remove these tickets. 31


CLASS 12 CULINARY ARTS Rules continued: L. Food items must be covered. Use clear plastic bags where possible, otherwise clear plastic wrap. M. If recipes are required, please be sure they are with the exhibit. Note: all first prize recipes from Country Bakeoff contest will be retained by the fair board to be forwarded to the corresponding sponsor. Please note items shown in sections 1-40 may not be shown in any other section including specials. BAKING PRODUCTS SECTION: Prizes: 1st -$5.00, 2nd - $4.00, 3rd - $3.00 1. Loaf white bread 2. Loaf 60% whole wheat bread 3. 1 loaf of sourdough bread – free standing 4. Rolls (5) 5. Cinnamon Buns (6) 6. Cheese Tea Biscuits (5) 7. Date Loaf, not yeast 8. Banana Loaf, with nuts, not yeast 9. Variety of cookies – 3 kinds, 3 of each; peanut butter, chocolate fudge, oatmeal raisin 10. Chocolate Brownies (5) with nuts 11. 1 pint (500 ml) jar homemade granola with recipe 12. Gluten Free Quick Bread 13. Gluten Free Lemon Cake, iced 14. Carrot cake iced 15. Dark fruit cake, approx. 6 “x 6” or 15 x 15 cm 16. Light fruit cake, approximate size of 6”x6” or 15 cm x 15cm 17. Tarts – 5 butter tarts with fruit 18. Apple pie -double crust 19. Raspberry pie, lattice top 20. Pecan pie 21. Raisin pie 22. Bran muffins with fruit – 5 23. 3 ways with chickpeas (Display tray not to exceed 15”x15”/38cmx38cm) 24. 3 ways with squash (Display tray not to exceed 15”x15”/38cmx38cm) 32


CLASS 12 CULINARY ARTS Prizes for Sections 25 & 26 1st - $12.00, 2nd - $8.00, 3rd - $5.00 25. Best Johnny cake 26. One large cookie – not to exceed 9-inch pie plate CANNED PRODUCTS: Modern type canning jars to be used (pint size), new snap lid and ring. No paraffin wax to be used on jams but jars must be sealed. Jars that are not sealed will be disqualified. Prizes: 1st - $5.00, 2nd - $4.00, 3rd - $3.00 27. Applesauce 28. Peaches 29. Pears 30. Raspberry Jam 31. Strawberry Jam 32. Grape Jelly 33. Sweet Pickles, your choice 34. Pickled Beans 35. Pickled Beets 36. Salsa 37. Chili Sauce 38. Dill Pickles 39. Corn Relish 40. One dozen hen’s eggs (not cooked), shown in regular egg carton, largest uniform size to count. 41. Most points in Culinary Arts – sections 1-40 inclusive receives: Dutton Foodland 1st $20 gift card, 2nd $10 gift card.

REMINDER: IF YOU ARE A DONOR FOR CULINARY ARTS IN THE DONOR SPECIALS YOU MUST PICK UP YOUR ITEM ON SATURDAY OCTOBER 1ST AT 5:00PM OR THE ITEM WILL BECOME PROPERTY OF THE WALLACETOWN AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. PLEASE PICK UP IN THE GENERAL EXHIBITS BUILDING. 33


CLASS 12 CULINARY ARTS Bernardin of Canada Limited Special Entries must be in Bernardin mason jars with twopiece metal snap lids (Regular gold Bernardin snap lids or Bernardin Collection Elite snap lids). Unsealed jars are unacceptable. Canning Containers MUST USE BERNARDIN LIDS AND JARS. 42. Bernardin Best of Show Award - Prize will be awarded to the exhibitor with the most points in canning sections 27-39 inclusive. One prize – $30 gift certificate Winner: Picture at 4:30pm Saturday of the fair. 43. Bernardin Jam/Jelly Award - Qualifiers must make one entry of jam and one entry of jelly. Entries must be in pint size Mason-type jars and sealed with Bernardin snap lids – no wax. Jam and jelly must be made with a Bernardin Fruit Pectin product. Pectin product package or label to accompany the entry (CERTO is not a Bernardin product). One prize – $20 gift certificate Winner: Picture at 4:30pm Saturday of the fair. 44. Bernardin Gift Pack - Must include at least 3 filled mason jars sealed with Bernardin lids. Must be submitted in an appropriate container, not necessarily a basket. Entry may be decorated with Fair Theme in mind. Judges select the winner based on creativity, quality of home canned product, perceived value, and appropriateness of presentation. One prize –$20 gift certificate and a chance to win at national level (grand prize $100 and two runners-up of $25 each) Winner is to be present at 4:30 pm, Saturday of the fair for photo. 45. Bernardin Mason Jar Creative Craft Award: Best decorative or functional homemade craft using a Bernardin Mason Jar(s) and/or 2-piece snap lid. One prize –$20 gift certificate Winner: Picture at 4:30pm Saturday of the fair. 34


CLASS 12 CULINARY ARTS Specials 46. Party plate of homemade snacks (3 different fancy kinds) Prizes: 1st - $25, 2nd - $15, 3rd - $10 47. Refreshments for child’s party using the fair theme Prizes: 1st - $15; 2nd -$10; 3rd - $5 Sponsored by the Homecraft Division of the Wallacetown Agricultural Society 48. Brownie Special Prizes: 1st – $30; 2nd - $20; 3rd - $15 Winning Entry property of donor 3 different types of brownies- can be iced 6 of each type of brownie Sponsored by: Kim Carder

Men’s and Ladies Only Contest Sponsored by Mancari’s Pizza

First prize entries from sections 49 to 52 to become property of Wallacetown Agricultural Society and will be auctioned off Friday night in the Entertainment Building at the Ambassador Contest MEN’S ONLY BAKING CONTEST 1st prize only of $50 49. Best Chocolate Cake – Iced 50. Best Cherry Pie (double crust) LADIES ONLY BAKING CONTEST 1st prize only of $50 51. Best Carrot Cake – buttercream icing 52. Best Raspberry Pie (double crust)

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CLASS 12 CULINARY ARTS 53. JUNIOR BAKING CHAMPION Open to all genders ages 10 - 21 inclusive NEW HOURS – All exhibits must be dropped off by 11:00 AM Friday of the Fair. Thursday – building open from 6 pm – 9 pm to accept exhibits. All exhibits must remain in the hall until Saturday 5 pm. An entry must be made in each category. Total number of points to count. Prizes – 1st - $50, 2nd - $30, 3rd -$20, all others - $5 Categories: a) 1 loaf white bread b) 1 light cake iced, decorated with Fair Theme c) 1 apple pie, spiced d) 1 large, decorated cookie (your choice) e) Cranberry Lemon Scones – 6

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DEMOLITION DERBY SUNDAY OCTOBER 2nd 1:30 PM Entry Fee $25 limited first 40 Amateur Entries

Over $2000 in prizes. See our website at wallacetownfair.ca for rules or call Harold Ross at 519-808-8882 or Anna Tokarz at 519-762-2617. Rain or Shine – the Derby is a go! Thank you to our 2019 Derby Sponsors Chase Enterprises Inc., Co-Trac Ford, Dan Carr, MacDonald & Sons Transport Ltd, Dave Wheeler Automotive, Dave’s Truck & Auto, Harold Ross, Fingal Farm Supply, J & T McCaffery Inc, Carl McLeod & Sons Ltd, Dorothy & Greg Pfeifer, S&B Construction, Small Town Auto, Stan’s Total Tire, Tall Tales Cafe, and Willson Towing 36


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54. Special – 8 Plain Chocolate Chip Cookie (NO NUTS) OAAS Competition Open to youth up to 15 years (as of December 31 of current year) 6 plain chocolate chip cookies – no nuts Fair Competition Prizes: 1st - $10, 2nd - $5, 3rd - $3 Rules: District Competition 4. District entry must consist of 6 cookies displayed on a clean, sturdy plate (no paper plates) inside of a clear plastic bag with the exhibitor’s name, mailing address and fair represented. 5. Plain chocolate chip cookies, with no nuts, must be no larger than 2.5" (6.5 cm) and no smaller than 2" (5 cm). Provincial Competition 6. The entry for the district must consist of 6 cookies displayed on a clean, sturdy plate (no paper plates) inside of a clear plastic bag with the exhibitor’s name, mailing address and district represented. 7. Plain chocolate chip cookies, with no nuts are to be no larger than 2.5" (6.5 cm) and no smaller than 2" (5 cm). Provincial Prize Money: 1st - $20.00 2nd - $15.00 3rd $10.00 with 12 prizes of $5.00 Judging Standard 25 General Appearance 25 Internal Appearance and Texture 50 Flavour

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55. OAAS Butter Tarts Competition- no fruit, no nuts Fair Competition Prizes: 1st- $10, 2nd - $5, 3rd - $3 Entry must be made solely by the person entering competition. (Including the pastry). Competition is open to all exhibitors. Rules for District Competition: 4. A total of 6 tarts will be required to be shown. Tarts must be on a clean, sturdy plate (no paper plates) inside of a clear plastic bag with the exhibitor’s name, mailing address and fair represented. 5. The size of the tarts must be full size tarts. (No mini or bite size tarts) and must not contain fruit or nuts (i.e., no raisins, no pecans) Rules for Provincial Competition 6. A total of 6 tarts will be required to be shown. Tarts must be on a clean, sturdy plate (no paper plates) inside of a clear plastic bag with the exhibitor’s name, mailing address and district represented. 7. The size of the tarts must be full size tarts. (No mini or bite size tarts) and must not contain fruit or nuts (i.e., no raisins, no pecans). 8. 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place entries will not be returned to exhibitor but will be placed up for auction at the convention. Provincial Prize Money – 1st - $50.00 2nd - $30.00 3rd $20.00, Prizes donated by Gay Lea Foods Co-operative Judging Standard 20 General Appearance 40 Crust 40 Filling 38


CLASS 12 CULINARY ARTS 56. LIQUID HONEY COMPETITION Pure, Ontario #1, White SPONSORS Pauline & Peter Donaldson Fair Prize Money: 1st - $50, 2nd - $ 25, 3rd - $15 Rules: Please review the General Competition Rules document. Exhibitors of honey must be registered beekeepers and the exhibits shown by them must be pure honey from floral sources in their apiaries. Entry must be made solely by the person or family entering the competition. District Competition Each agricultural society is entitled to send their best of show to the district competition. If the exhibitor has won at more than one fair, the one closest to the exhibitor’s home address is the agricultural society from which the entry will be sent to the district competition. The other agricultural societies may send their second-place winner into the district competition. An exhibitor may only enter into one district competition The OAAS will award a ribbon to exhibitors of winning entries at each district competition. Provincial Competition Liquid Honey exhibits shall consist of two clear glass containers, each having a capacity of 500 grams (375 ml). Entries must be labelled on the BOTTOM of the containers only with a supplied entry number or identifier. No other labels will be permitted. Any honey entry containing any form of foreign material will be disqualified from the competition. An approved colorimeter will be used to assess the colour. 39


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56. LIQUID HONEY COMPETITION Pure, Ontario #1, White – cont. Provincial Competition Honey will be judged using the standards printed in the OAAS Agriculture & Horticulture Judging Standards for Ontario Fairs. It is a condition of entry that all honey products entered become property of the OAAS. 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place entries will be placed up for auction at the convention. Judging Standards Appearance 45 points 15 Density (moisture content) 10 Brightness 10 Flavour and aroma 5 Uniformity of honey 5 Colour Clarity 45 points 15 Free from crystals 15 Free from pollen, wax, etc. 15 Free from air bubbles either in suspension or as froth Containers 10 points 5 pleasant appearance of equal size and shape 5 Uniform level of fill 100 TOTAL Provincial Prize Money – 1st - $50.00, 2nd - $30.00, 3rd - $20.00

Saturday October 1st at the Grandstand FREESTYLE MOTOCROSS RIDERS 3 Shows at 11:00 am, 1 pm and 3 pm

To see all the action, go to edgemotorsports.ca and check out their video gallery.

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CLASS 12 CULINARY ARTS 57. MAPLE SYRUP COMPETITION Pure Maple Syrup, Ontario Grade A – Amber SPONSORS Pauline & Peter Donaldson Fair Prize Money: 1st - $50, 2nd - $25, 3rd - $15 Rules: Please review the General Competition Rules document. Entry must be made solely by the person or family entering the competition. District Competition Each agricultural society is entitled to send their best of show to the district competition. If the exhibitor has won at more than one fair, the one closest to the exhibitor’s home address is the agricultural society from which the entry will be sent to the district competition. The other agricultural societies may send their second-place winner into the district competition. An exhibitor may only enter into one district competition The OAAS will award a ribbon to exhibitors of winning entries at each district competition. Provincial Competition Maple syrup exhibits shall consist of two (2) curved Kent style glass bottles (D&G #505188 Syrup Bottle with Handle), or equivalent, of Maple Syrup, Canada Grade A - Amber, each having a capacity of 250 ml. Entries must be labelled on the BOTTOM of the containers only with a supplied entry number or identifier. No other labels will be permitted. All maple syrup should have a flavour characteristic of its respective colour class and be free from any objectionable odour or taste. It is best to sample from the same lot before submitting your entries to the OAAS. Any maple syrup entry containing any form of foreign material will be disqualified from the competition. 41


CLASS 12 CULINARY ARTS 57. MAPLE SYRUP COMPETITION Pure Maple Syrup, Ontario Grade A – Amber Rules: Continued An approved maple syrup colorimeter will be used to assess the colour. Maple syrup will be judged using the standards published by the OAAS in Agriculture & Horticulture Judging Standards for Ontario Fairs. It is a condition of entry that all maple syrup products entered become property of the OAAS. 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place entries will be placed up for auction at the convention. Judging Standards 10 Clarity 20 Colour 40 Flavour 30 Density Provincial Prize Money – 1st - $50.00, 2nd - $30.00, 3rd - $20.0010

The Wallacetown Agricultural Society would like to publicly thank The Ontario Trillium Foundation. The Resilient Communities Fund will help to upgrade our commercial building washrooms for accessible sinks and no touch faucets and dryers.

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CLASS 12 CULINARY ARTS DONOR SPECIALS: The Wallacetown Agricultural Society will award a second and third prize of $4 and $3. Donors MUST pick up their specials at 5 pm on Saturday. The committee will not be responsible for items left past 5:15 pm on the Saturday of the fair. 58. Pecan Pie –$25 - Robert & Diane Drummelsmith 59. Light Fruit Cake - $40 – Duncan & Eileen McTavish 60. Dark Fruit Cake - $40 – Duncan & Eileen McTavish 61. Raisin Pie - $25 – Duncan & Eileen McTavish 62. Elderberry Pie - $25 – Duncan & Eileen McTavish 63. 8 Glazed Pumpkin Scones - $25 – Diane & Justin Kosir 64. Apple Crumb Cake - $30 - Diane & Justin Kosir 65. 12 Monster Cookies- $25- Diane & Justin Kosir 66. Carrot Cake iced (no nuts) - $30 – Diane & Justin Kosir 67. 12 Oatmeal Cookies - $25 – Diane & Justin Kosir 68. Pecan Pie - $30 – Dawn & Dennis Markowski 69. Cherry Pie - $30 – Dawn & Dennis Markowski 70. Carrot Cake iced (nuts) - $40 – Dawn & Dennis Markowski 71. Mincemeat Tarts- 1 dozen - $25 – Ruth Ferguson 72. Cherry Pie $25 – Ruth Ferguson 73. Light Fruit Cake - $25 – Bruce & Lin McCann 74. Elderberry Pie - $25 – Bruce & Lin McCann 75. Brownies – 8x 8” square pan- iced - $25 – Tracy Trudell 76. Apple Pie - $25 – Tracy Trudell 77. Diabetic Apple Pie - $35 – Ivan & Sheri Lackey 78. Diabetic Raspberry Pie - $35 – Ivan & Sheri Lackey 79. Strawberry Rhubarb Pie - $25 – Ron & Tammy Lackey 80. 12 Butter Tarts -$35- Bob & Nancy McKillop 81. Cherry Pie –$30 - Bob & Nancy McKillop 82. Pecan Pie – $35 - Bob & Nancy McKillop 83. Cherry Pie - $40 – Abigail & Eric Johnson 84. Carrot Cake – iced- no nuts- $40 – Abigail & Eric Johnson 85. 12 Date Squares - $50 – Muriel McCallum 86. Raspberry Pie - $50 – Muriel McCallum 43


CLASS 12 CULINARY ARTS DONOR SPECIALS: Donors MUST pick up their specials at 5 pm on Saturday. The committee will not be responsible for items left past 5:15 pm on the Saturday of the fair. 87. Pecan Pie - $40 – Sean Payne 88. Pecan Pie - $40 – Spencer Payne 89. Raisin Pie - $40 – Bob & Janice Brearly 90. Carrot Cake (iced) - $40 – Grant & Karen Campbell 91. Raisin Butter Tarts – 1 dozen - $50 – Phil & Jane Smith 92. Butter Tart Squares with Raisins – 1 dozen - $25Phil & Jane Smith 93. Lemon Loaf - $25 – Phil & Jane Smith 94. Date Squares 8 x 8-inch pan - $40 – Amanda Smith 95. Apple Pie Crumble Top - $30 – Amanda Smith 96. Hello Dolly Squares 8 x 8-inch pan - $30 – Amanda Smith 97. Peanut Butter Cookies 1 dozen - $30 – Ida & Dave McCallum 98. Butter Tarts no raisins 1 dozen - $40 – Ida & Dave McCallum 99. Apple Pie - $30 – Ida & Dave McCallum 100. Apple Pie - $25 – Bill Sutton 101. Best 1 Litre Maple Syrup- $50 – Dave and Ida McCallum 102. Best Creamed Honey – 250 ml - $25 – Dave and Ida McCallum 103. Maple Syrup Pie - $30 – Ron & Margaret Lackey 104. Elderberry Pie - $30 – Ron & Margaret Lackey 105. Cherry Pie - $25 – Jon & Heather Collard 106. Pecan Pie - $25 – Jon & Heather Collard 107. Apple Pie - $40 – Randy Trudell 108. Apple Pie - $25 – Mike Pinder Custom Woodworking 109. Butter Tarts 1 dozen -$25– no nuts or raisins – Lexy Pinder 110. Raisin Pie – $30 - Jerry Galbraith 111. Peach Pie - $30 – Jerry Galbraith 112. Apple Pie with Crumble Top - $30 – Bev Galbraith 113. Pecan Pie - $30 – Krin & Connie Dieleman 114. Peach Pie - $30 – Krin & Connie Dieleman 44


CLASS 13 NEEDLECRAFT Committee Chair: Lin McCann – 519- 859-2534 Committee: Marguerite Boyd and Phyllis McNeil SPONSORS Kate and Ray Dymock, Bruce and Lin McCann, Barb Trudell, Crafts Plus and The Wallacetown Agricultural Society

Rules: NEW HOURS – All exhibits must be dropped off on Thursday before the fair between the hours of Rules: 1 pm – 9 pm. There will be NO DROP OFFS ON FRIDAY. NEW HOURS – All exhibits be dropped All entries remain on display untilmust Sunday of the fair. off on Thursday before the fair between the – 8 PICK UP OF ITEMS – NOW MONDAY FROM 4 PM hours of 1 pm – 9 pm. There will NO DROP PM. This is for the safety of our patrons and OFFS ON Allitems. entriesPrize remain on can be accessibility to FRIDAY. pick up your money display until 6 pm Sunday of the fair. PICK picked up in the office on Sunday during the day. UP OF ITEMS – NOW MONDAY FROM 4 PM – 8 PM. This is for the safety of our 1. The exhibitor will be allowed only one entry per patrons and accessibility to pick up your section. items. Prize money can be picked up in the 2. Membership fee not retained office on Sunday during the from day. prize money. Membership fee must be paid prior to entry. 3. Only new and up-to-date work will be judged. 4. In case of no competition, prizes may be withheld if work is unworthy. Score: workmanship-50, design & colour-20, material15, general appearance-15. 5. Quilt exhibitors – write on back of tag if quilt has already been “Best of Show” winner. Quilt Hints: If entering a Quilt, please review the following helpful hints. Entry hand quilts must be a minimum of 324 inches measured on the perimeter if entering the OAAS Hand Quilted or Machine Quilted Competition. Smaller quilts will be eligible in their categories at the fairs but will not be judged for the OAAS.

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CLASS 13 NEEDLECRAFT Quilt Hints: Binding must be a separate piece of material, not quilt back turned over. Watch for pencil lines, blood spots, threads caught on back or top piece before putting it together. Keep quilt square. Do not show dark in seam allowance, meet lines at intersection, take selvage off before making quilt.

OAAS Quilts Please be prepared to allow your quilt to advance in the competition if you are the winner: Prizes at fair competition 1st - $20.00 and 2nd - $17.00 A. Quilt, pieced / hand appliqued, name attached, hand quilted B. Quilt, machine quilted, name attached HAND QUILTED COMPETITION RULES 1. Please review the General Competition Rules document. 2. The quilt must be solely made, and hand quilted by the exhibitor and exhibited and judged at a local Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies (OAAS) fair to be eligible for this competition. 3. Quilts to be measured on the perimeter. Total perimeter measurement to be a minimum of 324 inches. Note: the quilt can be square, rectangular, etc. All 4 sides must be measured to determine the perimeter measurement. 4. The quilting must be through all 3 layers (top, batting and back) and not be mounted on a frame. The quilt may have a sleeve attached to the back for the purpose of hanging the quilt. 5. The winning OAAS Hand Quilt will not be eligible to compete in any future OAAS fair, district and/or provincial competitions. 6. It is the exhibitor’s responsibility to give credit to the original designer of the quilt pattern based on copyright rules. 46


CLASS 13 NEEDLECRAFT OAAS Quilts continued District Competition 7. Each local fair is entitled to send their best of show of all eligible hand quilts to the district competition. 8. If the fair’s best of show hand quilt has won at more than one fair, the exhibitor must consider their own agricultural society as the one from which the quilt will be sent to the district meeting, otherwise it should be sent from the agricultural society nearest his/her home address. The other fairs at which this quilt was entered and won, may enter their second best of show hand quilt into the district competition. 9. An exhibitor who wins more than one best of show title with different hand quilts at different fairs is entitled to enter each winning quilt in the district competition. 10. If an exhibitor is exhibiting in more than one district, they are entitled to enter different winning quilts at different district competitions but cannot enter the same quilt at more than one district competition. 11. The OAAS will award a ribbon to exhibitors of winning hand quilts at each district competition. 12. A photo of the top three placed hand quilts at the district competition must accompany the “OAAS Championship Quilt Entry Form” Provincial Competition 13. A $500.00 GRAND PRIZE and rosette will be awarded. The exhibitor will retain ownership of the quilt. 14. A $100 RESERVE GRAND PRIZE will be awarded. The exhibitor will retain ownership of the quilt. Judging Standards 25 General Appearance & Design 20 Colour & Materials 55 Workmanship 30 Quilting 10 Borders 15 Binding and Picots

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CLASS 13 NEEDLECRAFT PLEASE NOTE: SECTIONS 1-13 CAN BE ANY SIZE: Section 1 – 3 Prizes: 1st - $20.00, 2nd - $17.00 and 3rd - $15.00 1. Quilt, pieced, named, hand quilted 2. Quilt, hand or machine appliquéd, hand quilted or home sewing machine quilted 3. Quilt-short or long arm machine quilted Section 4 – 9 – 1st- $15.00, 2nd - $12.00, 3rd - $10.00 4. Quilt –Top handmade by an individual, quilted by a group 5. Quilt tied 6. NEW- Quilt, your choice of pattern, named 7. Quilt made from your scrap material

8. Quilt, your choice, regular sewing machine not short or long arm 9. Quilted wall hanging, workmanship judged Section 10 – 16 – Prizes 1st – 8.00, 2nd - $6.00, 3rd - $4.00 10. Quilt top only, workmanship judged 11. Child’s quilt, pieced 12. Child’s quilt, panel 13. Quilt suitable for boy’s or girl’s room 14. One quilt block, mounted 15. Afghan - crocheted 16. Afghan – knitted Family and Home Accessories: Sections 17 - 55 Prizes: 1st - $5.00, 2nd - $4.00, 3rd $3.00 17. NEW – Diamond painting picture, ready to hang/your choice 18. NEW – Diamond painting picture, ready to hang – Christmas 19. NEW – Article made from Granny Squares/Circlescreativity judged 20. Kitchen finger towel 21. Hot dish pad 22. Pair of potholders 23. 2 dishcloths, different patterns 24. Adult winter accessory, knitted 48


CLASS 13 NEEDLECRAFT Family and Home Accessories continued: 25. Handmade headband for baby 26. NEW- Ugly Christmas Sweater, creatively embellished 27. Fingerless texting gloves 28. Handmade tote 29. Daycare nap blanket / Quilt or pillow, your choice of method 30. Article for baby shower, hand made 31. NEW - Recycle and sew a new article from an old article 32. NEW – Quick craft, a craft from a kit that can be completed in a weekend, include package please 33. Arm / Finger knitting – Chunky Cowl Scarf (can find the video on you tube) 34. Fashion Scarf 35. Birdhouse, hand crafted 36. Homemade soap, 2 bars 37. Homemade bath bombs, 2 bombs 38. Article of winter wear 39. NEW – Beachcomber – Make something using item (s) found at the beach 40. Baby Shawl or Blanket, knit or crochet 41. Article made from denim OR camouflage 42. Slippers, knitted or crocheted 43. Prayer Shawl, knitted or crocheted 44. 2 matching items - hat, scarf, pair of mitts 45. NEW – Floor Mat handmade 46. Vertical standing sign, hand decorated, no taller than 6 feet 47. NEW- Handmade Shopping Bag 48. NEW – Superhero handcrafted decoration, no larger than 2 feet x 2 feet 49. Doily, knit or crochet or tatted, maximum 12” “SECURELY MOUNTED ON CARDBOARD” 50. Cross stitch picture, not less than 5”x7” 51. Something useful from something useless 52. Lap cover 53. Advent Calendar 54. Child’s fabric story book, handcrafted 55. A pair of mug rugs 49


CLASS 13 NEEDLECRAFT Miscellaneous: Section 56 – 83 – 1st- $5.00, 2nd - $4.00, 3rd - $3.00 56. Any other handcrafted item not listed 57. Miniature, exhibitor’s choice 58. Handmade Gift in a Jar (not food) 59. NEW – Article of hand-crafted Jewellery 60. NEW - Greeting cards, no envelopes, handcrafted 3 different for Baby, displayed in large plastic bag 61. Greeting cards, no envelopes, handcrafted 3 different for Christmas, displayed in large plastic bag 62. Greeting cards, no envelopes, handcrafted 3 different for Birthday, displayed in large plastic bag 63. Greeting cards, no envelopes, handcrafted 3 different your choice, displayed in large plastic bag 64. Wooden item, your choice 65. Wooden item, handmade 66. NEW – Handcrafted Charcuterie Board 67. Handmade walking stick 68. An article using wood burning technique 69. Handcrafted garden decoration 70. NEW – Stained Glass item, handcrafted, no larger than 18” x 18” 71. NEW- Banner, handmade 72. Handmade Pinterest item 73. Decorative wreath/swag, creativity judged 74. NEW – Penmanship – Farmer’s Prayer, include original copy 75. NEW – Calligraphy, Farmer’s Prayer, include original copy 76. NEW – Handmade Pet Bed 77. NEW – Handmade Gnome, your choice 78. Collection of sewing buttons, mounted on any medium, 8 x 10 in or less 79. NEW – A craft using paint chip samples 80. Winter/Christmas – display item, handcrafted 81. Spring – display item, handcrafted 82. Summer/Canada Day – display item handcrafted, creativity judged 83. Fall/ Halloween– display item, handcrafted

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CLASS 13 NEEDLECRAFT HANDMADE RUG SPECIAL – Donated by Bruce & Lin McCann Prizes: 1st - $8.00, 2nd - $6.00, 3rd - $5.00 84. Handmade Rug, primitive wide cut 85. Handmade Rug, punch needle 86. Handmade Rug, alternative mixed fibre

COMFORT CLASSES – GIVING BACK TO THE COMMUNITY Sponsored by Ray and Kate Dymock No Membership Required but Exhibitor Number Needed DONATION SPECIAL – All winner’s items will be donated to The Daffodil Auxiliary Welfare Prizes: 1st - $5.00, 2nd - $4.00, 3rd - $3.00 87. Scarf – knitted or crocheted 88. Hat – knitted or crocheted 89. Mitts – knitted or crocheted DONATION SPECIAL – All winner’s items will be donated to our local Fire Department Prizes: 1st - $5.00, 2nd - $4.00, 3rd - $3.00 90. Teddy Bear dressed as a Superhero, handcrafted DONATION SPECIAL – All ENTRIES will be donated to Bobier Villa or other Nursing Homes Prizes: 1st - $10.00, 2nd - $8.00, 3rd - $6.00 and all others receive $3.00 91. Sensory / Fidget Blanket or Muff, can be any size. Please check internet for what is appropriate to use.

Reminder – Drop off for Needlecraft is ONLY THURSDAY FROM 1 – 9 PM PICK UP is now MONDAY after the fair FROM 4 – 8 PM.

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CLASS 13 NEEDLECRAFT 92. SPECIAL – Free Standing Superhero, handcrafted Sponsored by Barb Trudell Prizes: 1st – $15.00, 2nd – $13.00, 3rd – $12.00 93. SPECIAL – Oldest Photo of Wallacetown Fair Prizes: 1st - $4.00, 2nd - $3.50, 3rd - $3.00 Your oldest photo of Wallacetown Fair – Dated 94. SPECIAL- Sponsored by Crafts Plus, Dutton to: Winner of Section 26 - $10.00 Gift Certificate 95. SPECIAL- Sponsored by Crafts Plus, Dutton to: Winner of Section 47 - $10.00 Gift Certificate 96. SPECIAL- Sponsored by Crafts Plus, Dutton to: Winner of Section 77 - $10.00 Gift Certificate

TRUCK AND TRACTOR PULL SATURDAY OCTOBER 1st STARTS AT 6:30 PM 1. Super Stock 4x4- 60001b 2. Super Modified 4WD- 62001bs 3. Nostalgic 2WD- 6200lb 4. Vintage Hot Rod Tractors 5. Run what ya Brung 6. 9500 lb. Pro Farm 7. 10,500 lb. Pro Farm 8. 12, 500 lb. Super Sport Tractors 9. 13,500 lb. Super Sport Tractors 10. Local Gas 4x4 Pickups 11. Local Street Diesel If interested in entering, please contact Matt Marsh at 519-784-4256 or mattmarsh@hotmail.ca of Good Times Truck Pullers Association

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CLASS 13 NEEDLECRAFT 97. JUNIOR CHAMPION In General Exhibits Building SPONSORS Kate and Ray Dymock Theme: “Superheroes” Prizes: 1st - $20.00, 2nd - $15.00, 3rd - $12.00 Please note – a point system to be used to determine overall winners. Rules: Rules:NEW HOURS – All exhibits must be dropped off on Thursday before the fair A. NEW HOURSthe – All exhibits dropped between hours of 1 must pm – be 9 pm. Thereoff on will NO DROP OFFS ON FRIDAY. Thursday before the fair between the hoursAll of 1 pm – remain onDROP display until pm 9 pm.entries There will be NO OFFS ON6FRIDAY. All Sunday fair. PICK UP OFofITEMS entries remainofonthe display until Sunday the fair.– NOW MONDAY FROM 4 PM – 8 PM. PICK UP OF ITEMS – NOW MONDAY FROM 4 PM – 8 This is for the safety of our patrons and PM. This is for the safety of our patrons and accessibility upitems. your Prize items.money Prize can be accessibility to picktouppick your money can be picked up in the office picked up in the office on Sunday during theon day. Sunday during the day. B. Open to children aged 14 and under C. All entries to be the work of the exhibitor D. May use commercial mixes if baking E. Exhibits of baking to be on disposable plates F. One display per person G. No membership required but an exhibitor’s number is needed Exhibit items 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

1 Large Decorated Cookie Superhero Bookmark, handmade Superhero made from vegetables Drawing of a Superhero no larger than 9 x 12” Your choice

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CLASS 13 NEEDLECRAFT 98. GROUP DISPLAY Theme is “Superheroes” Homecraft Chairperson, Lin McCann 519-859-2534 SPONSOR Homecraft Division NEW HOURS – All exhibits must be dropped off on Thursday before the fair between the hours of 1 pm – 9 pm. There will be NO DROP OFFS ON FRIDAY. All entries remain on display until Sunday of the fair. PICK UP OF ITEMS – NOW MONDAY FROM 4 PM – 8 Rules: PM. This is for the safety of our patrons and NEW HOURS – All exhibits must be accessibility to off pickon upThursday your items. Prizethe money dropped before fair can be pickedbetween up in the office on Sunday during the day. the hours of 1 pm – 9 pm. There will NO DROP OFFS ON FRIDAY. All Each entry will receiveon$30.00 entries remain display until 6 pm Sunday of the fair. PICK UP OF ITEMS – Groups to MONDAY arrange their own display NOW FROM 4 PM – 8 PM.and are responsible for: This is for the safety of our patrons and • accessibility getting exhibit theup fairyour items. Prize toto pick • money each group exhibit arranged as inoffice previous can be picked up in the on years • Sunday 4’ deep by 8’ wide during the day. • no membership fee is required, but a number is needed

10 items or more, items to be labelled

99. CARD TABLE DISPLAY “CELEBRATING 162 YEARS” Membership required. Exhibitor number required. Each entry to receive $15.00 Ten items of memorabilia from previous fairs, labelled

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CLASS 14 ART and PHOTOGRAPHY Committee Chair: Marguerite Boyd – 519-762-5302 Committee: Lin McCann SPONSOR Marguerite and Gerald Boyd NEW HOURS – All exhibits must be dropped off on Thursday before the fair between the hours of 1 pm – 9 pm. There will be NO DROP OFFS ON FRIDAY. All entries remain on display until Sunday of the fair. Rules: PICK UP OF ITEMS – NOW FROM NEW HOURS – AllMONDAY exhibits must be4 PM – 8 PM. This is for the safety of our patrons andfair dropped off on Thursday before the accessibility to the pickhours up your between of 1items. pm – Prize 9 pm.money Therecan be pickedwill up NO in the DROP officeOFFS on Sunday ON FRIDAY. during theAll day. entries remain on display until 6 pm of the fair. PICK UP OF ITEMS – Rules Sunday and Regulations: NOW MONDAY FROM 4 PM – 8 PM. Thisput is for thetag safety of ourright-hand patrons and 1. Please entry on lower corner of accessibility to pick up your entries in all sections. ALL PICTURESitems. MUSTPrize BE moneyPlease can behave picked in the office onout MOUNTED. yourupentry tags filled Sunday during the day. prior to dropping off your entries. 2. One entry per person per section. 3. Membership fee not retained from prize money 4. Membership fee must be paid prior to placing entries. Scrapbooking: Section 1 – 3, Prizes 1st - $5.00, 2nd - $4.00, 3rd - $3.00 1. Birthday, one page 2. Summer Fun, one page 3. Your Choice, one page NEW - Adult Art: Sections 4 – 7, Prizes 1st - $5.00, 2nd - $4.00 3rd - $3.00 4. Oil 5. Acrylic 6. Watercolour 7. Pencil, Pen, Charcoal or Pastel

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CLASS 14 ART and PHOTOGRAPHY Photographs: Please be advised that photos will be openly displayed. Sections: 8– 11 Prizes 1st - $4.00, 2nd - $4.00, 3rd - $3.00 8. NEW - “Then and Now” 1 archival print of a house and 1 new photo of a house, mounted on 12”x12”/ 30.5 cm x 30.5 cm sheet of Bristol board/cardstock 9. 2 colour photos using the Fair Theme, mounted on 12” x 12”/ 30.5 cm x 30.5 cm sheet of Bristol board/cardstock 10. 4 colour photos of Summer in Elgin Countymounted on 14”x14”/ 35.6 x 35.6 cm sheet of Bristol board/cardstock 11. “3 different weather conditions”, 3 colour photos, mounted on 14” x 14”/ 35.6 x 35.6 cm sheet of Bristol board/cardstock

ALL PICTURES TO BE MOUNTED ON 8 “X 8” or 20 cm x 20 cm MAT IN SECTIONS 12 – 45 PLACE ENTRY TAG IN LOWER RIGHT CORNER Sections 12– 45 Prizes: 1st – 4.00, 2nd – 3.00, 3rd $2.00 12. Animal Portrait 13. Roadside Flower 14. NEW -Orange Flower 15. A Garden 16. NEW – Sport Activity 17. NEW – Squirrel(s) 18. After a storm 19. NEW – New life 20. NEW – A farmer’s field 21. A Favourite Pet 22. Clouds 23. Fun at the farm 24. “What a Mess!” 25. One barnyard animal 26. Fireworks 56


CLASS 14 ART and PHOTOGRAPHY ALL PICTURES TO BE MOUNTED ON 8 “X 8” or 20 cm x 20 cm MAT IN SECTIONS 12 – 45 PLACE ENTRY TAG IN LOWER RIGHT CORNER Sections 12– 45 Prizes: 1st – 4.00, 2nd – 3.00, 3rd - $2.00 27. NEW – “What’s that in my yard?” 28. NEW – A Smile 29. NEW – A Combine in action 30. NEW – A Bird 31. NEW - Barn Cats 32. A river or stream 33. An event at any past Wallacetown fair 34. NEW – Anything that makes you a Superhero 35. NEW – A Dog in action 36. NEW – Relaxation 37. NEW – Something you did during the pandemic 38. Siblings 39. NEW – A unique old home in Dutton Dunwich (named) 40. In the forest 41. Sepia, your choice 42. NEW - Black and white portrait using a selfie stick 43. NEW- Black and white, bridge 44. NEW - Black and white, tree (s) 45. Black and white, your choice

46. SPECIAL- A Photo Story Sponsored by Marguerite and Gerald Boyd 4 photos that tell a story without words, mounted horizontally on 8” x 31” or 20 x 79 cm matting. 1st - $15.00 2nd - $10.00 3rd - $5.00

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CLASS 14 ART and PHOTOGRAPHY STUDENT ART - GRADES 9-12 Rules and Regulations: 1. ART-WORK MUST BE ENTERED BY THURSDAY EVENING OF THE FAIR. 2. NO FEE BUT MEMBERSHIP NUMBER REQUIRED 3. Student will be allowed only one entry per section. 4. Flat pieces of art should be mounted and ready for hanging. SECTIONS 47-56 Prizes 1st - $5.00 2nd - $4.00 3rd - $3.00 Junior-Grades 9 & 10 47. Painting-Watercolour 48. Pencil Drawing 49. Printmaking-Linocuts 50. Sculpture-Clay 51. Stone Sculptures Senior-Grades 10 & 11 52. Painting-Acrylic 53. Pastel-Oil or Chalk 54. Printmaking-Linocuts 55. Junk Sculpture 56. Juxtaposed Painted Objects

The Wallacetown Agricultural Society would like to thank the Municipality of Dutton Dunwich and The County of Elgin for their continued grant support.

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CLASS 15 JUNIOR FAIR Committee Chair: Tracy Trudell 519-494-9884 Committee: Diane Brown, Carol Campbell, Kim Carder, Liz Clark, Sue Hull, Jennifer McCallum, Shirley Mullin, Deb Page, Nikki Ross, and Laura Tufford SPONSORS Hugh & Georgie Breen, Donna Caughell, Shawn & Wanda Caughell, Amarilis & Pete Drouillard, Dutton & District Lions Club, Ed & Grace Ford, Dave & Sheila Kalita, Ivan & Sheri Lackey, Jacquie & Bill Lidster, Ron & Shirley Mullin, The Optimist Club of Wallacetown and The Wallacetown Agricultural Society RULES and REGULATIONS 1. NEW HOURS – All exhibits must be dropped off by 11:00 AM Friday of the Fair. Thursday – building open from 6 pm – 9 pm to accept exhibits. All entries remain on display until Sunday of the fair. PICK UP FOR ITEMS IS NOW MONDAY FROM 4 PM – 8 PM 2. Open to any child currently in Grade 8 and under as of September of the current school year 3. A membership number is required (no fee) and a Junior Fair entry form must be filled out before any prize money can be forwarded. Please use separate entry form for Junior Fair Entries. All other entries on separate form. Same membership number can be used for different buildings. 4. On the Entry Tag, enter the child's First and Last name and Membership Number. 5. All entries must be the child's own work with a limit of one entry per section per child. A child may enter his or her age category and higher age group categories if wishes. 6. Baking Exhibits can be removed on Saturday at 5:00 p.m. Please make arrangements for someone to pick up your entry. If the entry is not picked up, it will be discarded. 59


CLASS 15 JUNIOR FAIR RULES and REGULATIONS continued: 7. The entry form is to be left at the Junior Fair building when dropping off the entry. No entries can be accepted after the judging has started. 8. Please be advised that Prize Money will be distributed at the Fair on Sunday in the office or on Pick up on Monday between 4 pm – 8 pm. Please make arrangements for someone to pick up your child’s entries and money if you are not available to do so. Parents will be required to sign for the amount at this time to ensure validity. No mailing of prize money. TALLEST CORN STALK CONTEST Open to Junior Kindergarten to Grade 8 children as of September of the current year. One entry per child. The corn stalk is to be brought to the Junior Fair building on Thursday evening from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. Or by 11:00 am Friday in time for judging. Prizes: 1st - $10, 2nd - $7, 3rd - $5 all others - $2 VEGETABLES - OPEN CLASS (all ages can enter) Prizes: 1st - $3, 2nd - $2, 3rd - $1 1. Any common vegetable or fruit - most unusual shape 2. 3 potatoes (same variety) 3. 2 butternut squashes 4. 3 field tomatoes with stems attached 5. 2 cucumbers 6. 3 Spanish onions 7. 1 zucchini 8. A sunflower - head only with seeds 9. 3 green peppers 10. 1 head of cabbage 11. 2 pie pumpkins 60


CLASS 15 JUNIOR FAIR VEGETABLES - OPEN CLASS (all ages can enter) Prizes: 1st - $3, 2nd - $2, 3rd - $1 12. 5 cherry tomatoes attached on vine/truss 13. 5 beets with stems no longer than 3 inches 14. 5 carrots with 1-inch top left on 15. 3 sweet potatoes 16. Arrangement of root vegetables, stems included, in a basket 17. 5 hot peppers on a plate 18. 3 garlic bulbs FLOWERS - OPEN CLASS (all ages can enter) Prizes: 1st - $3, 2nd - $2, 3rd - $1 19. 1 hydrangea bloom (any colour) 20. 3 gladiolas, any colour 21. 1 rose in full bloom, any colour 22. 1 geranium in bloom, any colour (stem only) 23. Petunias, no less than 3, any colour 24. 3 dahlia blooms, any colour 25. Marigolds, any type, no less than 3, any colour 26. 5 chrysanthemum blooms, any colour and size 27. 5 Asters, any colour 28. Black eyed Susan (five) 29. One Hosta leaf – any type 30. Arrangement of flowers in a colourful jar 31. 5 flowers of choice (all must be same colour and type) 32. 1 flowering kale or cabbage, potted or cut 33. Sedum – 3 sprigs

FARM PRODUCTS - OPEN CLASS Prizes: 1st - $5, 2nd - $4, 3rd - $3 34. 5 ears of Field Corn 35. 500 ml of Shelled Field Corn 36. 500 ml of Wheat 37. 500 ml of Soybeans

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CLASS 15 JUNIOR FAIR PRESCHOOL- any child not yet entered into the Junior Kindergarten Level Prizes: 1st - $3, 2nd - $2, 3rd - $1 Crafts: 38. Painted stones, 3 on a pie plate - can add decorations 39. Stuffed animal dressed as a superhero 40. Create a collage of pictures using the Fair Theme. Size ½ a sheet of Bristol board. 41. Superhero shield using a paper plate JUNIOR and SENIOR KINDERGARTEN Crafts: Prizes: - 1st - $3, 2nd - $2, 3rd - $1 42. Home crafted superhero mask 43. Any craft made with a grand friend 44. Create a collage of pictures using the Fair Theme. Size ½ a sheet of Bristol board. 45. Handprint decorated as a superhero Extra Specials: Prizes: - 1st - $5, 2nd - $4, 3rd - $3 46. Decorate a Gift bag with your favourite villain or monster 47. Paper Towel Roll Rocket 48. Any craft – can be made from a store-bought kit. Flowers: Prizes: -1st - $5, 2nd - $4, 3rd - $3 49. An Arrangement of weeds and flowers using a container no larger than a 48-oz. juice can 50. Fair Theme Arrangement Baking: Prizes: - 1st - $5, 2nd - $4, 3rd - $3 4th - $2 51. Snack for a superhero in a zip lock bag (no fruit) 52. Farm Animal Cupcakes – 3 53. Marshmallow Creation – decorated.

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CLASS 15 JUNIOR FAIR GRADES ONE and TWO Crafts: Prizes: - 1st - $4, 2nd - $3, 3rd - $2 54. Ripped paper picture 55. Create a collage of pictures using the Fair Theme. Size ½ a sheet of Bristol board. 56. Pinecone Animal 57. Styrofoam creature Extra Specials: Prizes: - 1st - $5, 2nd - $4, 3rd - $3 58. Decorated picture frame 59. Cardboard box barn 60. Superhero mask – any medium Flowers: 1st - $5, 2nd - $4, 3rd - $3 61. Make an autumn arrangement of weeds and flowers using a container no larger than a 48-oz. juice can. 62. Fair theme arrangement. Baking: Prizes: - 1st - $5, 2nd - $4, 3rd - $3, 4th - $2 63. 3 cupcakes decorated as Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 64. Any drop cookie- 3 65. Decorated Cake for birthday – can be a 9-inch round cake or rectangular cake, no larger than 9 x 13 inches Cake Prizes: - 1st - $20, 2nd - $15, 3rd - $10, all other entries receive $2

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CLASS 15 JUNIOR FAIR GRADES THREE and FOUR Crafts: Prizes: 1st - $4, 2nd - $3, 3rd - $2 66. Superhero accessory, cuffs, headband, etc. 67. Create a Collage using the Fair Theme. Size ½ a sheet of Bristol board. 68. Superhero cape 69. Sock puppet – superhero Extra Specials: Prizes: - 1st - $5, 2nd - $4, 3rd - $3 70. Pebble Art – in 8 x 10-inch frame 71. Candy wrapper Art 72. Something useful from something useless Flowers: Prizes: - 1st - $5, 2nd - $4, 3rd - $3 73. Autumn arrangement of weeds and flowers using a container no larger than a 48-oz. juice can 74. Fair Theme Arrangement Baking: Prizes: 1st - $5, 2nd - $4, 3rd - $3, 4th - $2 75. 3 cupcakes – decorated as 3 different superheroes 76. 3 decorated sugar cookies 77. Best Decorated Cake can be a 9-inch round cake or rectangular cake, no larger than 9 x 13 inches with Superhero theme Cake Prizes: - 1st - $20, 2nd - $15, 3rd - $10, 4th - $5, all other entries receive $2 REMINDER THAT PICK UP FOR ITEMS IN THE JUNIOR FAIR, ROOTS AND GRAINS AND GENERAL EXHIBITS BUILDING IS NOW MONDAY, OCT 3RD FROM 4 PM TO 8 PM. This change is for the safety of patrons on the fairgrounds on the Sunday of the Fair. No vehicle traffic is allowed in this area of the fairgrounds after Friday at noon. Thank you for your consideration in our effort to keep everyone safe. 64


CLASS 15 JUNIOR FAIR GRADES FIVE and SIX Crafts: Prizes: 1st - $5, 2nd - $4, 3rd - $3 78. Make a Pinata 79. A gift for a friend or relative 80. Superhero Cape 81. Create a collage using Fair Theme. Size 1/2 sheet of Bristol Board. Extra Specials: Prizes: 1st -$5, 2nd - $4, 3rd - $3 82. Wind Chimes from recycled materials 83. Decoration for the Flower Bed 84. Superhero Belt Flowers: Prizes: 1st -$5, 2nd - $4, 3rd - $3 85. An autumn arrangement of weeds and flowers using a container no larger than a 48-oz. juice can 86. Fair Theme Arrangement. Baking: Prizes: 1st - $5, 2nd - $4, 3rd - $3, 4th - $2 87. Rice Krispy Superhero 88. 5 Brownies on a plate – no nuts/ non iced 89. Best Decorated Cake – Superhero Logo Can be a 9-inch round cake or rectangular cake, no larger than 9 x 13 inches Name of Character on Tag Cake Prizes: 1st - $20, 2nd - $15, 3rd - $10, 4th - $5, all other entries receive $2 Special Thanks to Laura Tufford for being our Junior Fair Teacher’s Associate for the past 10 years. Laura has been an integral part of our Junior Fair Committee and was our liaison with all the schoolwork that displays the walls in our building. Thank you, Laura, and enjoy your retirement. You will be missed.

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CLASS 15 JUNIOR FAIR GRADES SEVEN and EIGHT Crafts: Prizes: 1st - $5, 2nd - $4, 3rd - $3 90. Pebble art – frame made from driftwood 91. Sewn article of your choice 92. One-page superhero comic strip 93. Draw your own superhero- 8 x 11-inch page Extra Specials: Prizes: 1st - $7, 2nd - $5, 3rd - $4 94. Superhero Business Card 95. Anime - drawn or computer generated 96. Superhero Gadget or Accessory Flowers: Prizes: 1st - $5, 2nd - $4, 3rd - $3 97. Weeds and Flowers Arrangement 98. Fair Theme Arrangement Baking: Prizes: 1st - $5, 2nd - $4, 3rd - $3, 4th - $2 99. Spiderman Candy Apple 100. 3 Gourmet Cupcakes 101. Best Decorated Cake –Batman Cake No larger than 9 x 13-inch pan or 10 inches in height Cake Prizes: - 1st - $20, 2nd - $15, 3rd - $10, 4th - $5, all other entries receive $2 102. FAMILY CHALLENGE- LOCAL FOOD BANK (DAFFODIL AUXILIARY) Prizes: 3 prizes of a Pizza Night. Pizza, Pop, Chips Draw to be held Friday afternoon during judging. Winners can pick up prize at Office. Open to any family in the community. Fill a grocery bag full of non – perishable items you can donate to the Daffodil Auxiliary for their food bank. Fill out a ballot and 3 prizes will be drawn for a family pizza night. Please no outdated food items.

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CLASS 15 JUNIOR FAIR 103. OPEN CLASS –Any Age- COMFORT KIT Make a Comfort Kit for a child. All kits will be donated to local shelters. Comfort kit will be used by a child entering a shelter. Items such as a stuffed animal, book, backpack, etc. Prizes: 1st - $10, 2nd - $8, 3rd - $5 104. FAMILY QUILT Prizes 1st - $20, 2nd $15, 3rd - $10 Take a twin sized sheet and paint or decorate or sew on items that represent your family. Anything from names, family crests, pictures. All members of the family can participate from Grandma to Cousins to Uncles and Aunts! Remember to Name your family on the Quilt.

YOUTH FAIR POSTER COMPETITION Prizes: 1st - $5, 2nd - $4, 3rd - $3 105. JUNIOR - Entries for youth up to and including Grade 4 inclusive 106. INTERMEDIATE - Entries for youth from Grades 5 – 8 inclusive 107. SENIOR - Entries for youth from Grades 9 - 12 inclusive PLEASE FOLLOW DIMENSIONS or will be disqualified from going on to District Competition 1. Create a hand drawn poster to promote your fair. Name and date of fair Sept 30, Oct 1 & 2, 2022 must be clearly shown on poster. 2. Poster size: Minimum - approximately 22cm X 28cm, without border Maximum - approximately 28cm X 44cm, without border 3. Each entry must be centered on a CARDSTOCK or BRISTOL BOARD backing exposing approximately a 5.5cm border on all four sides. 4. Name of fair, District 13, contact person, owner of poster and complete mailing address must be clearly labelled on the back of each entry. 67


CLASS 15 JUNIOR FAIR 108. PHOTO COMPETITION - JR FAIR 1. Open to all ages within the Junior Fair category. 2. 4 x 6-inch photos MUST BE mounted on a letter size (22 x 28 cm) (8 .5 x 11 inch) construction paper or Bristol board. 3. The picture is to be taken by the child. Conventional or digital cameras can be used. 4. Most points in photo competition receive $25.00. Prizes: 1st - $5, 2nd - $3, 3rd - $2 A. Black and White – your choice B. Your Superhero C. Holidays D. My Pet E. Selfie F. Water G. Friends H. Nature I. Rainbow J. Action K. Barn Door L. Family M. Fence N. Any Season O. Lanes and Paths P. Tree Q. Farm Equipment R. Sunrise or Sunset S. Dirty Feet T. Close Up

Please note – Tags for entries available at Crafts Plus Dutton, Tall Tales Wallacetown, Highland IDA Pharmacy Dutton or by calling 519-762-2737 to arrange for pick up. Tags will be in stores by September 2022.

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CLASS 16 PET SHOW Saturday, October 1, 2022, at 10:00 am In 4 – H Building Committee Chair – Donna Good- 519-281-5591 Virginia Good, Roseanne Murray and Linda Williston 1. Entries to be in the 4-H building by 9:30 am, Saturday of the Fair, judging to begin at 10:00 am sharp. 2. Prize money to be paid Saturday morning at the Pet Show. No Entry Fee. 3. Only domesticated animals to be shown as pets. No wild animals. 4. Pets to be the property of the exhibitor MUST be shown by the exhibitor. 5. Open to preschoolers, pupils to grade 8. 6. Animals must be taken home after show. 7. One entry per child per section. 8. Please supply cages. Prize money: 1st-$5; 2nd-$3; 3rd-$2, all others $1 Cats 1. Longest hair 2. Cat with biggest paw 3. Kitten with biggest paw 4. Wisest looking cat 5. Cat with shortest tail 6. Kitten with shortest tail 7. Best decorated basket of kittens 8. Shortest hair Dogs 9. Largest dog 10. Smallest dog 11. Longest tail 12. Oldest dog 13. Dog with the cutest trick 14. Dog with the longest hair 15. Dog with the shortest hair 16. Dog most like owner 17. Dog with the floppiest ears 18. Dog with curliest hair 19. Dog to sit and take a treat from the judge 69


CLASS 16 PET SHOW Rabbits 25. Rabbit, any colour 26. Mother rabbit with most babies 27. Meat rabbit with shiniest coat Other 28. Pet with curliest hair or fur 29. Smallest pet 30. Best decorated cage 31. Guinea pig 32. Hamster 33. Pet with the best Fair Theme 1st $10, 2nd $6, 3rd $3 34. Most unusual pet 1st $10, 2nd $5, 3rd $5

BABY SHOW Sponsored by Nancy Dunlop Saturday, October 1, 2022, at 11:00 am in Entertainment Building Entrants must be from 1 day to 24 months of age. There will be a first prize only awarded unless otherwise stipulated. 1st, 2nd, and 3rd awarded to fair theme costume entrants only. No registration for this event. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16.

Baby with the curliest hair Chip off the old block (parent & child) Most rolls on legs Chubbiest Cheeks Wildest Hair Doo Sweetest Smile “Superhero” Costume - up to 6 months Judge’s favourite Dancing Child Longest Eyelashes Tuckered out “Superhero” Costume – 7 – 12 months Dimples Galore “Superhero” Costume – 13 – 24 months Wee Queen – Youngest Baby Girl Wee King – Youngest Baby Boy 70


CLASS 17 POULTRY SHOW SPONSORS

The Wallacetown Agricultural Society The Wallacetown Fair Poultry Show this year is being staged with the assistance of and in co-operation with the Elgin-Middlesex Poultry and Pigeon Association. The Show secretary and other helpers are volunteer members of the Elgin-Middlesex Poultry and Pigeon Association. Although this is not an “APA.” Sanctioned Show, the Rules of competition will be based on the guidelines established by the American Poultry Association, one of the oldest livestock organizations in North America. The new revised APA Standard of Perfection shall be the guide of the Judge. The Judge’s decisions are final. 1. Poultry Show Schedule Friday 29 September – optional cooping in. Birds may be delivered between 4 pm and 8 pm. Saturday 30 September – 8 to 11 am cooping in. All Entries must be in place by 11 am. • 1 pm Judging commences. • 3:30 pm – Junior Exhibitors Showmanship Seminar • Exhibitors may remove their entries between 5 and 6 pm. • Sunday 1 October –Display of any remaining poultry, open for public viewing until removal by Exhibitors between 4 and 6 pm. 2. While in the show cages birds will be fed and watered by the volunteer staff throughout the Fair. 3. Showmanship Seminar (tentative) – a sign up list will be available at the poultry building for Junior Exhibitors (17 and under) to confirm their interest in participating in this learning opportunity. Program will be adjusted to suit different age categories of participants if needed. 4. We will not be accepting entries for pigeons, rabbits, or cavies this year. 71


CLASS 17 POULTRY SHOW 5. Display cages will be supplied for Large and Bantam Chickens, Ducks and Guinea Fowl classes. Exhibitors showing Geese and Turkeys must supply their own cages. Some classes may have to be doubled cooped at the Show Secretary’s discretion. 6. Exhibitors may enter any of the Breeds and varieties of Poultry which are recognized by the American Poultry Association as listed on the APA website (https://amerpoultryassn.com/). This year the Wallacetown Fair Poultry Show will offer a class for every recognized Breed for which entry applications are received. However, if Exhibitors have more than one variety of the same breed the different varieties will all compete in the same Class under the Breed name. Acknowledging that certain colour varieties are very popular, after entries are received in any Class where twelve or more birds are of one breed are entered for competition, the Show Secretary will have the discretionary right to make an additional Class for a particular variety(s) of the Breed, (Most APA recognized varieties are differentiated by plumage colour or other characteristics mentioned in the APA Standard descriptions). 7. Within each Class, competition is divided into 4 Sections (Applicable section to be indicated for each bird you enter): • • • •

cock/old male (hatched previous year or earlier) hen/old female (hatched previous year or earlier) cockerel/young male (hatched in current year) pullet/young female (hatched in current year)

In each of these Sections, cash prizes will be: First: $4.00; Second: $3.00; Third: $2.00. 8. In Sections of Classes, if there is only one Exhibitor entered, the Judge shall be empowered to award a second, a third or no prize, where the Judge considers the Exhibit does not merit a first prize. 9. In any Class, Exhibitors may show as many entries as they wish. 72


CLASS 17 POULTRY SHOW 10. Poultry Show Entry Forms will be required for the Poultry Competition. The forms will be available on the Wallacetown Fair website by 1 August 2022, questions or entry forms can be submitted to the Poultry Show Secretary appointed by the ElginMiddlesex Poultry and Pigeon Association: Morgaine Halpin at contact@elginmiddlesexpoultry.ca. 11. Entry Fee will be $2.00 per entry for all entries, except Junior Exhibitors (17 and under), from whom no entry fee is required for any entries they wish to make, (see #17 for Junior Exhibitor information). 12. Advance entries will be very much appreciated. Entries can also be accepted at the Poultry Show building, particularly from junior exhibitors. 13. Entries will be accepted up to the capacity of the showroom. Priority will be given to entries received in advance but, subject to timing and practicalities, this entry limitation would be applied on a pro-rate basis to allow participation by as many Exhibitors as feasible. 14. Any bird(s) showing signs of sickness will be removed from the showroom immediately. This will be strictly enforced. 15. All reasonable precautions will be taken to protect property, including Exhibits, however the Wallacetown Agricultural Society and the Elgin Middlesex Poultry and Pigeon Association will not be held responsible for any losses.

Please contact Morgaine Halpin at contact@elginmiddlesexpoultry.ca. regarding questions and concerns. See www.wallacetownfair.ca for entry form information.

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CLASS 17 POULTRY SHOW Junior Exhibitors – 17 years of age and under. Junior Exhibitors are invited to enter poultry in one or both of the following options. If both, different birds must be shown in Open and Junior Classes. In all cases be sure the Show Secretary is informed that you are a Junior Exhibitor. A. Junior Exhibitors may enter their poultry of A.P.A. recognized breeds in the open poultry competition in the regular poultry show classes. In addition to competing for prize money and awards offered in the Open show Classes to all Exhibitors, the Judge will select commendable entries exhibited by Juniors for special Awards. B. Junior Exhibitors may also, or instead, exhibit any poultry they wish to enter in the following Junior show competition categories, which may be recognized breeds, but do not need to be: Brown egg layer types – Hen or Pullet. White egg layer types– Hen or Pullet. Layers of other coloured eggs – Hen or Pullet. Rooster of any above categories of chickens. Growing Stock – 2 immature birds of any of the above categories of chickens. Growing Stock – 2 immature chickens of types raised for meat production. Bantam sized chicken – rooster. Bantam sized chicken- hen or pullet. Duck, male or female.

Check out our website for new events coming this summer. Go to www.wallacetownfair.ca under Events July 1st – Fireworks in conjunction with the Municipality of Dutton Dunwich August 13th – Crafters Market, Archery Tournament 74


Joe Mylrea Memorial Archery Tournament Saturday August 13, 2022 10:00 am At the Wallacetown Fairgrounds

All Bows Welcome! Details on website or contact Ken Sloetjes at 519-280-5768 or email gtelken@gmail.com $30 includes lunch For more information, please go to www.wallacetownfair.ca under events and look for the Archery Tournament.

Craft Market August 13, 2022 10 am to 2 pm Looking for a way to sell your unique products? Contact Sheri Drummelsmith by email at babydrummy@yahoo.ca for details Food trucks will also be at the market and why not take in the archery tournament while you are there. 75


Articles inside

Archery Tournament Information

1min
page 76

Poultry Show

5min
pages 72-75

Pet Show

1min
page 70

Baby Show

1min
page 71

Junior Fair

9min
pages 60-67

OAAS Youth Fair Poster Competition

2min
pages 68-69

Student Art

1min
page 59

Art and Photography

3min
pages 56-58

Junior Champion

1min
page 54

Group Display and Card Table Display

1min
page 55

OAAS Maple Syrup Competition

1min
pages 42-43

Culinary Arts Donor Specials

3min
pages 44-45

Needlecraft – Sewing/Crafts/Woodworking

1min
page 46

OAAS Honey Competition

2min
pages 40-41

OAAS Quilting Competition Rules

7min
pages 47-52

Truck and Tractor Pull

1min
page 53

OAAS Chocolate Chip Cookie Competition

1min
page 38

OAAS Butter Tart Competition

1min
page 39

Fruits and Vegetables

2min
pages 24-25

Plants and Cut Flowers

4min
pages 28-31

Culinary Arts -Baking and Canning

5min
pages 32-36

Grain Show

1min
page 23

Market Lamb Auction

1min
page 21

Sheep Show – Open

2min
pages 19-20

Sheep Show – Youth

1min
page 18

Directors and Officers

1min
page 6

Ambassador Competition

2min
pages 8-9

Outdoor Yard Display Competition

1min
page 10

Sheep Show Rules

1min
page 17

4-H Beef Club Achievement Program

1min
page 13

4-H Exhibits

1min
page 14

Beef Cattle Show – Open

2min
pages 15-16

Rules and Regulations

3min
pages 4-5
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