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The BowHorneBay Community Club is happy to bring you

the 42nd Annual Lighthouse Country FALL FAIR,

10:00Am - Official Opening

continuing the tradition of hosting an affordable family event on the grounds of the Lighthouse Community Ctr. We’ve been busy... Look who’s coming this year….

10:10 - Main Stage Entertainment Begins 10:15Am - Pet & Bike Parade 11:00Am - Dog Sports Demo 1 12:00Am - Kids Organized Games

The CRK9FX dog team will be coming to demonstrate the dog sports of Flyball and Agility. Watch as these amazing dogs display the speed and teamwork required to succeed in these fast paced sports. Part of the demonstrations will be choosing speedy spectators to race against their favourite dogs.

2:00Pm - Dog Sports Demo 2 3:10 Pm - Raffle Prizes Drawn 3:30Pm - Silent Auction Closes 4:00Pm -Official Closing

Be sure to check out our local artists and artisans in the Lions Hall in the upper field area. Artists and crafters will be on hand with demonstrations and samples of their work.

the glove-trained barred owl will once again make an appearance at the Fair. Bardo is used in the wildlife education program at the North Island Wildlife Recovery Assoc. in Errington.

Let your furry friends strut their stuff and bring your decorated bicycle. Prizes galore and organized games and competitions after the parade

British Car Club will have their wonderful vehicles on display behind the Lions Hall

The exhibit hall stage will have ongoing demos featuring local dancers, singers and more. Our OUTDOOR MAIN STAGE will be showcasing great local talent KEEP AN EYE ON THE LOCAL PAPERS FOR THE LIVE ENTERTAINMENT UPDATE

Stroll the Fall Fair Open Market for local arts, crafts and produce.

The day has ongoing entertainment for kids. FREE petting zoo, pony rides, bouncy castles and organized games, all geared to keeping young fair goers happily occupied.

Watch the weavers and spinners turn their fleeces into beautiful wearable art

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CONTINUING THE TRADITION Lighthouse Country celebrates with the 42nd Annual Fall Fair

The Bow-Horne-Bay Community Club encompasses the communities of Lighthouse Country - Bowser, Horne Lake, Qualicum Bay and Deep Bay and has been going strong since 1970. The Club encourages family involvement and community spirit through hosting community events which in turn help to promote our area's local organizations and businesses. Our primary projects include, the Annual Lighthouse Country Fall Fair, (this year marks the 42nd fair), the Mother’s Day Basket Planting Day, Island Pursuit - Trivia Night at the Hall, the Spring Dance, the Lighthouse Country Garden Tour and Strawberry Tea, and we are a volunteer base for a variety of community events. Funds raised through these events are donated to improvements to the Lighthouse Community Center, & local scholarships. We encourage emergency preparedness within the community by promoting and contributing to the Emergency Social Services. The Bow-Horne-Bay Community Club welcomes new members at any time, please call Sheena at 757-9991

Its time to start planning your entries for the 42nd Annual Lighthouse Country Fall Fair. This year we are hoping for a record number of entries in all the Home Arts categories ... Home Bottled Goods, Pickles, Wine, Baking, Sewing, Crocheting, Knitting, Weaving, Felting... Bring your creations in. Share the joys of your handicrafts. Inspire others to take up rewarding pastimes. We would like to thank our local businesses once again for stepping up to the plate to help fund this community family event . Their donations serve to help us fund the many attractions at the fair, maintaining our mandate to keep the entrance and all our children’s activities FREE for kids. No nickle and diming mom and dad on the fair grounds and no children left on the sidelines for lack of pocket change. A big thank you for helping us reach a new record in our fund raising. Our entertainment line up will be showcasing great local talent on the main stage. Check out the arts and crafts demonstrations in the Lions Hall. Cheer on your favourite canine athlete in the dog sports area in the upper fields or view the British cars assembled behind the Lions hall. Something for everyone. Bring the whole family for a fun filled day. Plan your entries now and enter the fair for prizes, ribbons, trophies and bragging rights. Be part of the 42nd year community tradition. SEE YOU AT THE FAIR Sheena McCorquodale President / BowHorneBay Community Club

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Please bring your entries to Lighthouse Community Centre, Lions’ Way in Qualicum Bay on Friday, Aug 31st, 2012 between 1:00 – 5:30.

9. All possible care will be taken of the exhibits, but Fair Board will not be held responsible for loss or damage of entries. 10. Decisions of judges are final.

1. Entry fee - ADULTS $0.50 each for the first 10 items. Subsequent entries are $0.25 each.

11. Prizes - ADULTS 1st - RIBBON 2nd - RIBBON 3rd - RIBBON - JUNIORS 1st / $2.00 +RIBBON 2nd / $1.50 +RIBBON 3rd / RIBBON - SPECIALS.. see page 28 1st prize $25

2. CHILDREN’S entries $0.25 for each item. 3. Doors close promptly at 5:30 pm August 31, 2012 4. Enter as many classes as you wish, but only one entry per class. 5. All exhibits must be made or grown by the exhibitor and must be the property of the exhibitor at the time of the Fair.

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6. NO entries are to be picked up before the Fair is officially closed at 4pm. Any entries left after 4pm on Sept 1st, will be auctioned off at 4:30pm. All proceeds to the Fair.

Junior categories age groups: 100’s - age 5 and under, 200’s - age 6-8, 300’s - age 9-12, 400’s - age 13-16

GOOD LUCK TO ALL Please have a list of your entries, sections, classes organized prior to arrival at the entry desk.

7. Entries must not have been entered in any previous Bow Horne Bay Community Club Fair, known as Lighthouse Country Fall Fair. 8. Display only the exact number called for in each class. 4


FIRST NAME:

LAST NAME:

TELEPHONE: AGE 5 & UNDER

EMAIL: AGE 6 - 8

AGE 9 - 12

AGE 13 - 16

ADULT

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Entry Fees - ADULTS $0.50 each for the first 10 items. Subsequent entries are $0.25 each. CHILDREN‛S entries $0.25 for each item.

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2nd

August 31st

1st

We can’t do it without you! 6


PONY RIDES

HAMSTER BALL TRYOUTS ALL DAY

PLAYGROUND

GRAND CHAMPION HAMSTER BALL FINALS 3PM

KIDS ACTIVITIES

LUCKY CLUCK VENDORS ANIMAL EXHIBITS

REFRESHMENTS

PETTING BARNYARD

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POULTRY

LIONS HALL VENDOR

ARTISTS LIONS & ARTISAN HALL SHOPPING

BRITISH CARS

BOOTHS

PET & BICYCLE PARADE 10:15

LIVE MUSIC

DOG DEMO AGILITY FLYBALL RACING 11am & 2pm

KIDS GAMES 12:00 - 2:00 COSTUMES, RACES FACE PAINTING

VENDOR, ENTERTAINER & VOLUNTEER PARKING VINTAGE TRACTORS

LIONESS BLVD BACK ENTRANCE

VENDOR BOOTHS

BOWHORNBAY CEDAR IMAGES FIRE DEPT FARMERS CHAINSAW MARKET CARVING

PARKING

EXHIBITS

EXHIBITS

VENDOR BOOTHS &

EXHIBITS

COMMUNITY

LIGHTHOUSE COMMUNITY HALL EXHIBITS CAKE WALK 11:30 2:00

SERVICE CLUB EXHIBITS KITCHEN CORN HUT

SILENT AUCTION

ENTRANCE

FOOD

FOOD TICKETS

CONCESSIONS

PARKING

PARKING LIONS WAY MAIN ENTRANCE ENTRY WRISTBANDS ADULTS $5.00

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FIRE HALL

OFFICE & VOLUNTEER CENTRE

OPENING CEREMONIES 10AM

HALL STAGE

FIBER ARTS

PARKING

MAIN STAGE

WATERBOARD

FROM FLEECE TO FASHION

FIRST AID


ADULTS

SECTION “A” VEGETABLE

32. 33. 34. 35. 36.

Annual Aggregate Cup: Highest Points Donated by: Bay Concrete Best Vegetable, certificate: Judges Choice

37.

*All Vegetables must be grown and shown by exhibitor.

38. 39.

CHAIRPERSONs: Rene Wilson 250-757-8434 Lisa Strain 250-757-9594

40. 41.

Classes:

1. Bush Beans, any type, 6 all stems on 2. Pole Beans, 6 all stems on 3. Scarlet Runners, 6 all stems on 4. Broad Beans, 6 all stems on 5. Beets, Globe, 3 each 6. Beets, Long, 3 each 7. Cabbage, 1 head 8. Carrots, short (under 4”) 3 roots 9. Carrots, medium (4-7”) 3 roots 10. Carrots, long (7” or over) 3 roots 11. Cauliflower, 1 head 12. Corn, any variety, named, 3 ears 13. Cucumbers-pickling (3” or under) 6 cukes 14. Cucumbers- pickling (4” or over) 6 cukes 15. Cucumbers-slicing - 2 cukes 16. Leeks, 2 each 17. Vegetable marrow, yellow / white 2 18. Onions, yellow, 2 19. Onions, Spanish, over 4.5” 20. Onions, pickling, under 3/4”, 6 21. Parsnips, 3 22. Peas, 6 pods 23. Snowpeas (or edible pod peas) 6 pods 24. Peppers, Green, 2 25. Peppers, Red, 2 26. Peppers, Jalapeno, 2 27. Potatoes, 3 tubers, variety named 28. Pumpkin, 1 29. Rhubarb, 5 stalks 30. Squash, Winter variety, named, 1( Acorn, Hubbard, Turks Head, Butternut) 31. Squash, Summer Variety, named, 1 (Crookneck, Spaghetti)

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Squash, Zucchini, over 10” long Squash, Zucchini, under 10” long Squash, any other variety Swiss Chard, 2 bunches, named Tomatoes, large variety, 3 each, stem intact Tomatoes, cherry variety, 3 each stem intact Turnip, 2 Vegetable Collection, 6 kinds, 2 of each kind, not over 2x3 ft, in basket or tray Freak vegetable, grown by exhibitor Heaviest pumpkin or squash

GREENHOUSE: 42. 43. 44.

Cucumber, any variety, labeled 2 Peppers, any type, labeled 2 Tomatoes, any type, labeled 2


SECTION “C” GOODS FROM THE FARM & THE KITCHEN

Best fruit certificate: Judge’s Choice

*All exhibits to be bottled, canned, prepared and shown by exhibitor. **Use only glass jars, labeled and dated.

*All fruit must be grown and shown by exhibitor

CHAIRPERSON: Rene Wilson phone:

CHAIRPERSON: Ruth Saefkow 240-2654

757-8434

Classes: 1. Eggs, chicken any variety, 1 dozen all same size 2. Collection of 4 fresh herbs named 3. Collection of 4 dried herbs, named 4. Garlic, Braided 5. Dried Fruit, any kind named 6. Fruit Leather, 1 strip, named

Classes 1. Apples, fall variety, named, 3 with stems 2. Apples, winter variety, named, 3 with stems 3. Pears, any variety, named, 3 with stems 4. Plums, any variety named, 3 with stems 5. Peaches, any variety named, 3 with stems 6. Crabapples, any variety named, 6 with stems 7. Blackberries, Plate of 12 8. Blueberries, Plate of 12

HOME BOTTLED GOODS

9. Grapes: Light, 1 bunch 10. Grapes, dark, 1 bunch

7. Salsa, 1 jar 8. Antipasto, 1 jar 9. Jelly, any type, 1 jar 10. Jam any type, 1 jar 11. Marmalade, any type, 1 jar 12. Chutney, any type, 1 jar 13. Relish, any type, 1 jar 14. Plums, any type, 1 jar 15. Peaches, any type, 1 jar 16. Any other fruit, 1 jar 17. Tomatoes, any type, 1 jar 18. Beans, any type, 1 jar 19. Any other bottled vegetable, not pickled. 20. Salmon, any type, 1 jar 21. Smoked Salmon, any type, 1 jar

11. Strawberries, named plate of 6 12. Kiwi Fruit, 2 each 13. Watermelon, named, 1 14. Nuts, Filberts, last year, plate of 6 15. Walnuts, last year, plate of 6 16. Collection of 5 kinds of fruit, 3 of each kind shown in basket or tray 17. Any other variety of fruit or nuts

PICKLES 22. 23. 24. 25. 26.

9.

Beets, any type, 1 jar Bread & Butter, 1 jar Dill, 1 jar Sweet Mix, 1 jar Any other pickle, 1 jar

ADULTS

SECTION “B” FRUITS


10.


11.


WINE

SECTION “D” BAKING

ADULTS

CHAIRPERSON: Patrick Brownrigg phone: 250-757-8682

Grand Aggregate Trophy donated by Qualicum Foods

*Exhibitor must be 19 or older **Natural fermentation, not fortified with alcohol ***No “Brewed on Premises”. Home brew only ****Minimum 375 ml Bottle, new corks only ****Unlabeled, except tag attached with elastic band with class & ingredients.

*Cakes & loaves to be displayed on flat surface **No mixes allowed CHAIRPERSON: Sonja Britton phone: 757-8059

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

Classes: 27. Grape: Red table wine 28. Grape: White table wine 29. Fruit or berry: any variety, red, identified 30. Fruit or berry: any variety, white, identified 31. Cider 32. Pale Beer or Ale 33. Dark Beer or Ale 34. Stout

Brown Bread, loaf White Bread, loaf Machine bread, brown, 1 loaf Machine bread, white, 1 loaf Focaccia Bread Cinnamon Buns, 6 Yeast Buns, Brown, 6 Yeast Buns, White, 6 Scones, 6 Tea Scones, (dried fruit) 6 Baking Powder biscuits 6 Muffins, Bran, with fruit, 6 Muffins, Bran, without fruit, 6

Meetings held @7:00 pm, every 2nd and 4th Tuesday in the Lions Den located at 280 Lions Way in Qualicum Bay

tel.250 240 4538 carterspond@gmail.com

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14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31.

Muffins, Fruit, 6 Dessert loaf, no yeast, labeled Fruit Cake, light, not iced Fruit Cake, dark, not iced Matrimonial cake, 6 pieces Sponge Cake ring, not iced Angel Food Cake ring, not iced Any occasion decorated, white cake Carrot Cake, Iced Brownies, 6 iced Butter Tarts, 6 Short Bread Cookies, not pressed, 6 Drop Cookies, 2 kinds, 3 each Apple Pie, 2 crust Berry Pie, named, 2 crust Lemon Meringue Pie Pumpkin Pie Fudge, 6 pieces

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

SECTION “E” NEEDLECRAFT Needlecraft Grand Aggregate Trophy donated by Vera Nordin

Any adult clothing item Any child’s clothing item Any adult sweater Any child’s sweater Infant 3-6mo. Sweater, booties, bonnet Socks Afghan, bed size Afghan, crib size Stole or vest Toque and matching mitts Scarf - min 3ft Any other knitted item Any item made on a knitting machine

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

*Exhibits must have been completed within 3 years of the date of this fair **Children’s sizes up to and including size 12 ***Articles must be clean and like NEW ****Finishing is important! Tuck your ends in! CHAIRPERSON: Barbara Bodner 250-757-9747

Classes: SEWING 1. Any child's article made with a serger' 2. Any other article made with a serger' 3. Any adult article made with a sewing machine' 4. Any child's article made with a sewing machine' 5. Any other article made with a sewing machine' 6. Any article of clothing made without a serger 7. Any article made without a serger

Any smocked item Any embroidered item Any crewel embroidered item Any quilted item Any appliquéd item Patchwork item Any rug, handmade Any needlepoint item Any cross-stitched item Plastic Canvas item Pretty punch Any needlework novelty item Any other needlework Best Theme Entry, any class

WEAVING, FELTING, HANDSPINNING 44. Household article: woven, or felted, using handspun yarn, commercial yarn or fiber 45. Article of clothing: woven, or felted using handspun yarn, commercial yarn or fiber 46. Handspun wool or cotton – 1 skein, spun from fiber that was cleaned and prepared by artist. Include sample of unprepared fiber. 47. Handspun exotic fiber, 1 skein, include raw fiber sample

CROCHETING 8. 9. 10. 11.

Infant 3-6mo sweater, booties, bonnet Tablecloth Doily Wash Cloth - 2 Any other crochet item

Afghan, bed size Afghan, crib size Any adult clothing item Any child’s clothing item

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ADULTS

12. 13. 14. 15. 16.

SECTION “D” BAKING (cont.)


CERAMICS

SECTION “F” ARTS & CRAFTS

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ADULTS

Grand Aggregate /trophy: donated by Leta Brown

24. 25. 26.

*names on exhibits must be covered **exhibits completed within 3 years of fair

MISCELLANEOUS CLASS

CHAIRPERSON: Margaret Furnell 250-757-8351

27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36.

Classes: ARTWORK 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Individual decorated stain or acrylic (hand molded) Glazed individual decorated (hand molded) Any hand thrown pottery decorated –stain or acrylic Any hand thrown pottery - glazed

Any artwork using oil paints Any artwork using watercolor paints Any artwork using pastels Any artwork using acrylic paints Decorative Painting on any surface Sketch, any medium Any other fine artwork

Stuffed animal Handmade child’s toy Handmade doll clothes Handmade doll Wall hanging Christmas tree ornament Christmas decoration Decorated Basket Any other article Best Theme Entry “Water, Our Greatest Natural Resource”

CRAFTS 8.

9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22.

Made from recycled or refinished materials Collage Hand crafted cards, not computer generated Scrapbooking Woodcraft Wood carving Handmade Jewelry Stained glass Leatherwork Dried Floral arrangement Silk floral arrangement Dried, pressed floral arrangement Wreath made with dried material Artificial material corsage Any other craft

SECTION “G” FLORAL

CHAIRPERSON: Margaret Pullen PHONE: 757-9327 *All house plants to be named **Flowers to arrive in appropriate CLEAR GLASS container

CLASSES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17.

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African violet Any other house plant, identified Begonia, single plant, potted Begonia, single bloom, display on moss/water Cactus Dahlia, large, over 8”, 1 bloom Cactus Dahlia, medium, 6-8”, 1 bloom Cactus Dahlia, small, 4-6”, 3 blooms Cactus Dahlia, mini, great than 4”, 3 Dahlia, Decorative, over 8”, 1 bloom Dahlia, Decorative, 6-8”, 1 bloom Dahlia, Decorative, 4-6”, 3 blooms Dahlia, Ball, over 3.5”, 1 bloom Dahlia, mini ball, 2-3”, 3 blooms Dahlia, Pom Pom, 2”, 3 blooms Gladiolus, 1 spike, Rose, Single bloom Rose Single Bud


SECTION “H” PHOTOGRAPHY

Sweet peas Cactus, any type or size Any other garden bloom Any bloom, single stem & vase Sunflower, 1 stalk & roots included Patio Planter, hanging or free standing

Grand aggregate Trophy donated by Shirley Tilley CHAIRPERSON: Ruth Saefkow 240-2654

ADULTS

18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23.

ARRANGEMENTS 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31.

Arrangement, 8-12” Mini Arrangement, 3” height & width Mini Arrangement, 3-8” height & width Old Fashioned mixed garden bouquet Floral Arrangement & foliage Dried floral arrangement, natural Contemporary Arrangement Best Theme Entry “Water, Our Greatest Natural Resource”

PHOTOGRAPHY *size: 5”x 7” max, mounted on cardboard or paper 6”x 8” name/address on back of entry lower R corner **black and white or colour ***one entry per category ****Photo taken by exhibitor after Sept 1, 2011 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

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Animals, wild or domestic Domestic pets, Dogs Domestic pets, Cats Birds, wild or domestic People, portrait People, candid, active Floral, wild or garden Most unusual Scenic Landscape Scenic Seascape Humorous Photo Essay, 3 prints mounted telling a story, no captions Open Class, creative or experimental Best Photo of the Bow-Horne-Bay Area Best Theme Entry “Water, Our Greatest Natural Resource”


SPECIALS

RATES $22 - $37

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SECTION F

Junior Committee

JUNIOR ARTS AND CRAFTS

Val Weismiller 250-757-9667 Sylvia Dockerill Leigh Campbell 752-2066 Carole Brown 757-8883

*Age must be stated on entry form *Classes may be changed at discretion of committee

*All exhibits must be made by exhibitor

**Names of exhibitor to be covered on exhibits

**Age must be stated on entry form

Junior Arts

5 YEARS AND UNDER

5 & UNDER

SECTION “ D ” JUNIOR BAKING 5 Yrs & Under

* No mixes **Items displayed on flat surface

101.

Crayon Picture Original

102.

Create a Picture out of Seeds

103.

Finger Paint Picture

104.

Painting Water Colour

105.

Picture made from Stickers or

Stamped

101 102

Cupcakes Decorated 3 Decorated Giant Cookie at least 6” diameter 103 Rice Krispies Creation, decorated using edible items only.

106.

Sketch Pencil Colour

107.

Sketch Felt

108.

Any Other Artwork not listed above

109.

Family Arts and Craft Project. One

parent and one or more children work

SECTION “ A ”

together to create an entry. Please

JUNIOR VEGETABLES 5 Yrs & Under Exhibits must be SHOWN and GROWN by exhibitor

include photo showing you working together on your project, any medium or category, at least 50% produced by children

101. Blackberries 6 102. Beans, 3 all stems on 103. Best Freak Vegetable 104. Greenest Pumpkin or Squash 105. Peas 6 pods stems intact 106. Cherry tomatoes 3 107. Vegetable Creature must be made of fresh vegetables only, wires / pins may be used to hold it together

110. Paper Mache monster 111. Necklace made from Cereal or Pasta 112 My Pet Rock decorated by you, no bigger than 6 inches 113. Paper Bag Puppet 114. Any Other Craft not listed above

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Junior Hobbies 118. Shell Collection 119. Largest Leaf pressed and mounted on 23 x 30 cm Construction Paper 120. Duplo Blocks original creation 121. Lego original design

5 & UNDER

SECTION “ G “ JUNIOR FLORAL 5 Yrs & Under 101. Arrangement of Natural Materials in a dish or other Container to create a scene from nature. If desired, miniature animals or figures may be added. 102. Flower bouquet in a suitable container. 103. Wildflower arrangement. 104. Miniature arrangement, max 3”H 8”W 105. Any single bloom

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CHAIRPERSON: Leigh Campbell phone: 752-2066

5. BIRDHOUSE

1. POSTER CONTEST

Streamside Native Plants

MADE ENTIRELY FROM RECYCLED MATERIAL $25 prize for 1st place only sponsored by

$25 prize first place only sponsored by

*This can be a team effort by a family **Constructed from your choice of any materials and any design ***Photos of construction process to be included

INSPIRED Respiratory Therapy Services

Design a poster with a theme for the 2012 Fair Full colour using any media. Include these words in your poster “Water, Our Most Valuable Resource” “LIGHTHOUSE COUNTRY” Min size - 9” X 12”

6. CHOCOLATE LAYER CAKE 8” - 9”

Trophy donated by Carla Flegel ‘The Studio’ $25 prize for 1st place only sponsored by the

Coulson Hill Farm

*cake iced and displayed appropriately **outside appearance 30%, inside appearance 30% flavour 40%

NEW 7.“LIGHTHOUSE COUNTRY VACATION MAP”

$25 prize for 1st place only sponsored by Four Cedars Farm - Create a fun map with original graphics showing all the good things in Lighthouse Country

2. SUNFLOWER CONTEST

$25 prize for first place only Sponsor: SilverWings White Dove

Release

NEW 8. “WATER” poem for poets 12 years and under

Sponsored by: Bowser PAC $25.00 Prize - First Place Only -Write a poem that conveys the importance of water in our day to day life - Fresh or Sea water

Biggest Best Sunflower judged on height, diameter, and beauty

3. SCARECROW CONTEST

$25 prize for 1st place only sponsored by

9. “WHEELBARROW GARDEN”

Bowser Builders

Sponsored by: Georgia Park Store $25.00 Prize - First Place Only

* Constructed from your choice of materials **Must be self supported ***May be made by one or more people

*Any size wheelbarrow **vegetables or florals ***Judged on overall visual appeal

4. LIGHTHOUSE CONTEST

Trophy sponsored by Lighthouse Credit Union $25 prize for 1st place only sponsored by the

Lighthouse Veterinary Hospital

*Constructed from your choice of any materials, Example food, photos, paintings, sculpting, wood, cement, needlework... **This is a celebration of Lighthouse Country ***May be made by one or more people

NEW

10. “RECYCLED MATERIAL GARDEN ART”

Sponsored by: “Things and Stuff” $25.00 Prize - First Place Only

- Create an original work of art for the garden - Use reycled material only

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SECTION ‘D’ JUNIOR BAKING Age 6 - 8 *No mixes. **Cake must be displayed on a flat surface.

6 TO 8

Classes 201. 202. 203. 204. 205. 206. 207.

Cupcakes decorated 3 Cookies dropped 3 Decorated single layer cake Decorated giant cookie Decorated gingerbread man Packed School Lunch Rice Krispies Creation

SECTION E JUNIOR NEEDLECRAFT .Age 6 - 8 Classes 201. 202. 203. 204. 205.

Any Any Any Any Any

article Spool Knitting knitted or crocheted article needlecraft woven item other article not listed above

SECTION A JUNIOR VEGETABLE - Age 6 - 8 *Exhibits must be SHOWN and GROWN by exhibitor **Cake must be displayed on a flat surface Classes 201. Blackberries 6 202. Beans named 3 all stems on 203. Best freak vegetable 204. Carrots 3 205. Oddest shaped pumpkin or squash 206. Peas 6 pods stem intact 207. Potatoes 3 named 208. Cherry Tomatoes 3 209. Vegetable Creature must be made of fresh vegetables only, wires / pins may be used to hold it together

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SECTI0N "F" JUNIOR ARTS & CRAFTS Age 6-8

JUNIOR HOBBIES Age 6 - 8 Classes 222. Card collection (maximum 1 binder) 223. Hobby collection 224. Lego or similar original design (no kits) 225. Lego or similar (kits) 226. Models 227. Technic lego

*Age must be stated on entry form **Entries completed within 3 years of this fair ***Classes may be changed at the discretion of committee ****Names of exhibitors to be covered on exhibit

JUNIOR ARTS Classes 201. Create a Picture out of Seeds 202. Collage 203. Crayon picture original 204. Floor plan of a Fire Escape Plan of your house 23X 30 cm 205. Painting done with an instrument other then a paintbrush Display painting & instrument on 23 x 30 cm construction paper 206. Painting water colour 207. Sketch Pencil colour 208. Sketch Felt 209. Any other artwork not listed above 210. Family Arts and Craft Project one parent and one or more children work together to create an entry, please include photo showing you working together on your project, any medium or category, at least 50% produced by children 211 Paper Mache monster

Age 6-8 Classes 201. Any single bloom 202. Arrangement of natural material in a dish or other container to create a scene from nature. If desired, miniature animals or figures may be added. 203. Flower bouquet in a suitable container 204. Min. arrangement max 8�H x 3�W 205. Wildflower arrangement 206. Wreath any material

JUNIOR CRAFTS Age 6 - 8

Classes

212. Beadwork 213. Decorated Book Mark 214. Decorated Placemat 215. Figure any medium / play dough / model magic 216. Friendship Bracelet 217. Handmade Invitation to a birthday party (no computer) 218. My Pet Rock decorated by you no bigger then 6" 219. One sheet of Wrapping Paper made by you for any occasion - state method (81/2 x 11?) 220. Piggy Bank made from recycled material 221. Christmas tree decoration

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6 TO 8

SECTION "G" JUNIOR FLORAL

Age 6-8


SECTION ‘D’ JUNIOR BAKING Age 9-12

SECTION ‘F’ JUNIOR ARTS & CRAFTS Age 9-12 *Age must be stated on entry form **Entries completed within 3 years of this fair

*No mixes

***Classes may be changed at discretion of committee ****Names of exhibitors to be covered on exhibit

**Items displayed on flat surface Classes 301. 302. 303. 304. 305. 306. 307. 308. content

JUNIOR ARTS Age 9-12 Classes

Brownies Cupcakes 3 iced Cookies rolled 3 2 crust Pie Decorated cake Fruit loaf eg. banana, zucchini Muffins with fruit Personal Pizza judged on nutritional

301. 302.

Collage Original computer art work created by you. (No clip art) 303. Painting oil 304. Painting acrylic 305. Sketch pencil lead 306. Sketch colour 307. Any other art work not listed above 308. Family Arts and Craft Project one parent and one or more children work together to create an entry, please include photo showing you working together on your project, any medium or category, at least 50% produced by children. 309. Paper mache monster 310. Floor plan of your home’s fire escape

9 TO 12

SECTION ‘E’ JUNIOR NEEDLECRAFT Age 9-12 Classes 301. Sewn Item made from recycled fabric 302. Quilted item 303. Any knitted or crocheted article 304. Machine sewn item 305. Any needlework 306. Pot holder or oven mitt

JUNIOR CRAFTS 9 – 12

Classes 311. 3-D pop up birthday card 312. Beadwork 313. Decorated book mark 314. Decorated picture frame 315. Decorated placemat 316. Friendship bracelet 317. Hand made invitation to a birthday party (no computer) 318. Wrapped gift. Paper decorated by you. max size 15 x 15 x 15 cm 319. Paper mache article 320. Woodwork craft 321. Any other craft not listed above 322. Christmas tree decoration

SECTION ‘A’ JUNIOR VEGETABLE Age 9-12 *Exhibits must be SHOWN and GROWN by exhibitor

Classes 301. 302. 303. 304. 305. 306. 307. 308. 309. 310.

Best Freak vegetable Blackberries 6 Bush beans 3, all stems on Carrots 3 Cucumber 1 Largest pumpkin or squash Peas 6 pods stems intact Potatoes 3 named Tomatoes 3 Zucchini under 12”

JUNIOR HOBBIES Age 9 - 12

Classes 323. Hobby collection 324. Card collection (one binder) 325. Models 326. Technic lego 327. Lego or similar original design (no kit) 328. Lego or similar (kits) 329. Mechano

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SECTION ‘H’ JUNIOR COLOUR PHOTOGRAPHY Age 9-12 yrs *Class applies to Colour Only **All pictures max size 5” X 7” ***Mount on paper or cardboard max 6”X 8” ****Name address, exhibitor on back lower right hand corner *****Photo taken by exhibitor ******May submit digital or processed colour photos

Classes

301. Animals farm 302. Animals wild 303. Animals pet 304. Birds 305. Best friend 306. Capture your favourite fall fair theme related photo 307. Flowers 308. Holiday photo 309. Open category most unusual photograph 310. People faces 311. Scenic view 312. Sports eg baseball, fishing

9 TO 12

SECTION ‘G’ JUNIOR FLORAL Age 9-12 yr Classes 301 Arrangement of natural materials in a dish or other container to create a scene from nature. If desired miniature animals or figures may be added. 302. Any single bloom 303. Flower bouquet in a suitable container 304. Miniature arrangement max 3”H X 8”W 305. Wildflower arrangement 306. Wreath any material

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AGE 13-16 YEARS

SECTION ‘L’ JUNIOR ARTS & CRAFTS Age 13 -16

SECTION ’I’ JUNIOR BAKING Age 13 - 16

* Age must be stated on entry form ** Entries completed within 3 years of this fair ***Classes may be changed at discretion of the iv. Names of exhibitor to be covered on exhibits

*No mixes.

Classes

401. Brownies 402. Brown bread 1 loaf (scratch) 403. Cookies rolled 3 404. Decorated cake 405. Fruit loaf eg. banana, zucchini 406. Muffins with fruit 3 407. Personal Pizza judged on nutritional content 408. White bread 1 loaf (scratch)

JUNIOR ARTS 401. Collage 402. Painting oil 403. Painting water colour 404. Painting acrylic 405. Sketch pencil lead 406. Sketch colour 407. Original computer art work created by you. (No clip art) 408. Any other art work not listed above 409. Family Arts and Craft Project one parent and one or more children work together to create an entry. Please include photo showing you working together on your project, any medium or category, at least 50% produced by children 410. Garden Monster – recycled implements

SECTION ‘J’ JUNIOR NEEDLECRAFT

Age group 13 - 16 401. Any knitted or crocheted article 402. Any needlework 403. Quilted item 404. Machine sewn clothing garment 405. Machine sewn other item 406. Rugs any type 407. Sleep wear 408. Sewn item made from recycled garment

13 TO 16

JUNIOR CRAFTS 411. Wrapped gift. Paper decorated by you. Max size 15 x 15 x 15 cm 412. Beadwork 413. Candle or wax art 414. Friendship bracelet 415. Batique or tie dye article 416 Metal work 417 Decorated picture frame 418. Pottery or ceramic article 419. Glass art 420. Paper mache article 421. Woodwork craft 422. Any other craft not listed above

SECTION ‘K’ JUNIOR VEGETABLE Age 13 - 16 *Exhibits must be SHOWN and GROWN by exhibitor Classes 401. Best freak Vegetable 402. Blackberries 6 403. Bush beans 3, stems intact 404. Carrots 3 405. Corn 3 ears named varieties 406. Cucumber 1 407. Best carved pumpkin or squash 408. Peas 6 pods stems intact - named 409. Potatoes 3 name 410. Bell Pepper 2 - Green 411 Zucchini under 12”

JUNIOR HOBBIES

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Hobby collection Card collection (one binder) Models Technic lego Lego or similar original design (no kit) Lego or similar (kits) Mechano


SECTION ‘M’ JUNIOR COLOUR and BLACK & WHITE PHOTOGRAPHY Age 13 16 * All pictures max 5”X 7” ** Mount on paper or cardboard max 6”X 8” *** Name, address, exhibitor on BACK lower R hand corner ****Class apply to Colour and Black and White separately *****Photo taken by exhibitor ******Digital or film cameras, black & white or colour Classes 401. Animals farm 402. Animals wild 403. Animals pet 404. Birds 405. Best friend 406. Capture your favourite fall fair theme related photo 407. Flowers 408. Holiday photo 409. Open category most unusual photograph 410. People faces 411. Scenic view 412. Sports eg. baseball, fishing

SECTION “N” JUNIOR FLORAL

13 TO 16

Age 13 - 16 yrs 401. Any single bloom 402. Arrangement of natural materials in a dish or other container to create a scene from nature . If desired miniature animals or figures may be added. 403. Flower bouquet in a suitable container 404 Miniature arrangement -max 3”H X 8”W 405. Wildflower arrangement 406. Wreath any material

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AGGREGATE WINNERS ADULTS MIV VARALTA 5 & UNDER TREVER ADAMS 6 TO 8 NATHANIEL ABEL 9 TO 12 HANNA WORTHEN 13 TO 16 EMMA PENLEY CAT A VEGETABLES CAT B FRUITS CAT C FARM & KITCHEN CAT D BAKING CAT E NEEDLECRAFT CAT F ARTS & CRAFTS CAT G FLORAL CAT H PHOTOGRAPHY CAT I JR BAKING CAT K JR VEGETABLES CAT L JR ARTS & CRAFTS CAT M PHOTOGRAPHY CAT N JUNIOR FLORAL

MIV VARALTA GONDA LEKX MIV VARALTA MARGARET MCINTOSH BARB ROSS TERRI BOWEN KAREN BULL & BILL EMERY VICTORIA SORENSEN HANNA WORTHEN HANNA WORTHEN CARTER WORTHEN BRIANNA LARSEN NATHANIEL ABLE

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