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Index Fall Fair Program........................................................ 3

Homecraft Division – Executive and Directors....... 26

List of Officers and Directors.................................... 4

Homecraft President’s Message............................... ?

President’s Message................................................. 5

Young Entrepreneurs Marketplace ....................... 25

Ontario Agricultural Diploma Recipients.................. 6

Homecraft Rules and Regulations.......................... 25

List of Life Members.................................................. 6

Kidz Corner.............................................................. 26

Acton Fall Fair – Rules and Regulations................... 7

Entry Form............................................................... 27

Miss Acton Fall Fair – Past Winners.......................... 8

Schedule of Events.................................................. 28

Miss Acton Fall Fair Pageant..................................... 9

Photos from 2016.................................................... 29

Class 1,2,3 Heavy Horse Show............................. 11

OAAS Coloured Photograph Competition.............. 30

Class 4 Heavy Horse Pull....................................... 11

Class 52 Grain........................................................ 31

Class 6 Light Horse show................................. 12-13

Class 53 Hay Exhibits............................................. 31

Class 10 Miniature Horse Show............................ 13

Class 54 Field Competition.................................... 31

4H Club Program..................................................... 17

Class 55 Roots & Vegetables................................. 32

Class 17, 18 Beef Cattle........................................ 14

Class 56 Wine........................................................ 33

Class 19 – 24 Market Cattle.................................. 14

Class 57 Baking ................................................ 34-35

Dairy Cattle.............................................................. 15

Class 58 Rural Products......................................... 35

Class 17 Open Showmanship............................... 14

Class 59 Antiques.................................................. 36

Class 26 Showmanship......................................... 15

Class 60 Canned & Preserved Products............... 37

Class 27, 28 Holstein & Other Breeds................. 15

Class 61 Plants & Flowers................................ 38-39

Class 32 Dairy Cattle Special Awards................... 15

Class 62 Needlework Large.............................. 40-41

Class 40 Horseshoe Pitching................................. 15

Class 63 Needlework Small................................... 42

Class 41 Lawn & Garden Tractor Pull.................... 18

Class 64 Seniors..................................................... 43

Class 42 Highway Truck Pull.................................. 19

Class 65 Arts.......................................................... 44

Class 43 4 x 4 Truck Pull........................................ 19

Class 66 Hobbies & Crafts..................................... 45

Class 44 Antique Tractor Pull................................. 20

Class 67 Amateur Photography............................ 46

Class 47 Pedal Tractor Pull.................................... 20

Class 68 Junior Work......................................... 47-49

Class 48 Pet Show................................................. 21

Class 69 Special Needs Students.......................... 50

Class 49 Baby Show.............................................. 21

Class 70 4H Club Work.......................................... 51

Class 50 Poultry..................................................... 22

Class 100 Community Challenge.......................... 52

Class 51 Pigeons.................................................... 23

Thank you to our sponsors..................................... 53

Junior Poultry Show................................................ 23

Colouring Contest................................................... 54

** Please note additional entry forms, colouring contest, and all rules & class information can be found on our website at:

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Presidents of the Acton Ag Society 1913-1917.................Geo. Havill 1918......................... J.E. Pearen 1919....................... S.H. Lindsay 1920.................. W.I. Hampshire 1921..................R.M. McDonald 1922...................... A.B. McLean 1923......................... W.A. Lasby 1924........................C. Woodhall 1925............... C.B Swackhamer 1926....................Wm. Johnston 1927..................... D. McDougall 1928............................. R. J. Kerr 1929........................... J.H. Smith 1930...................... J.R. Kennedy 1931.........................D.D. Waldie 1932...............Cas W. McKeown 1933.....................R.J. Ramshaw 1934.............. John F. Robertson

1935........................V.B. Rumley 1936....................... G.W. Murray 1937............................. G.A Dills 1938........................... J.A. Mann 1939......................... J.J. Stewart 1940......................L.O Johnston 1941....................... Mac Symon 1942................. Geo. Somerville 1943..................Robt. W. Lowrie 1944.....................R.L. Davidson 1945.....................Dr. F.G. Oakes 1946....... J. Arthur Swackhamer 1947.............. Howard J. Switzer 1948................ Elwood Johnson 1949..................... J.A. Robinson 1950................... Walter Linham 1951......................... R.R. Parker 1952.................. Geo C. Wallace

Secretary/Treasurers of the Acton Ag Society 1913-1923..................................................................George Hynds 1924-1931........................................................................ W.J. Aitken 1924, 1932-39................................................................. W.L. Wright 1940-1942.......................................................................E. Thedford 1943-1953........................................................... C.B. Swackhmmer 1954-1967.................................................... Mrs. C.W. Swackhamer 1968-1974........................................................... Mrs. Jack Marshall

1953......................... Mc Sprowl 1954........................ John Moles 1954-55..................Ray Everdell 1956-57............. Smith R. Griffin 1958.............Wm. H. Thompson 1959-60..........R. Lloyd McEnery 1961-62...................Nino Braida 1963-64................ Calvin Aitken 1965-67................Jack Marshall 1968-69.................Wilmer Fryer 1970-71................... Wm. Nelles 1972-73................... H.H. Hinton 1974-75...................Ken Murray 1976-77............. Russell Murray 1978-79..............Brent Marshall 1980-81...................Brian Evans 1982-83.................. Keith Aitken 1984-85................... Norm Shea

2017 Officers directors of the Acton Agricultural Society President....................................

Brian Kuechler

Past President............................

Kathryn Lynch

1st Vice President......................

Dominique Zeldin

2nd Vice President.....................

Dave Somerville

Secretary / Treasurer.................

Jill Medland

Homecraft President.................

Fran Morris

1974-1986................................................................... John B. Rowe

Directors:

1987-1991....................................................................Joan Griffiths

Dominique Evans-Zeldin Hollie Goldie George Henderson Dale Hewitt Brian Kuechler Susan Kuechler Troy Laroche Bill Lasby Alaina Love Kathryn Lynch

1992-2002.......................................................Daniel Varanelli, CGA 1997-2000................................................ Linda Robson (Secretary) 2002-2006.................................................................. Jennifer Swan 2006......................................................... Sherry Wilson (Secretary) 2007.......................................................... Sheila Foster (Secretary) 2007-2017...................................................................... Jill Medland

1986-87.......................Bill Lasby 1988-89..............Hans Kuechler 1990-91.........Don Swackhamer 1992-93.......George Henderson 1994-95....................Janis Fread 1996-97............. Jim Warrington 1998-99..................... Ron White 2000-01.............. Douglas Fread 2002-03................Hank Walsma 2004-05.........................Jim Pink 2006-07...................Dale Hewitt 2008-09................. Frank Hanes 2010-11.................... John Miller 2012-13........Brad Swackhamer 2014-15.............. Kathryn Lynch 2016-17..............Brian Kuechler

John Miller Brad Swackhamer Mary Walsma Dave Medland Trish Somerville Judy Burtney Jason Brown Dave Somerville Hank Walsma

New Members Always Welcome If you enjoy the fair and think you would like to be part of the group that puts this together every year – we’d love to see you! We meet the second Tuesday of each month in the board room at the Dufferin Rural Heritage Community Centre at 8:00 pm. Drop in become a part of a great group of volunteers! Contact us at 519-853-4699 or by e-mail at actonfair@hotmail.com

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Presidents Message “Come and Celebrate Canada’s 150th at the Acton Fall Fair” – what an amazing year for Canada! As Canadians, we are proud of our diversified heritages and backgrounds – many of which are based in agriculture. As the Acton Agricultural Society brings to you the 104th annual Acton Fall Fair – we want you to know that we recognize the importance of the history of agriculture and that’s one of the many reasons our volunteers work so hard to keep our fair alive and thriving. Events like the 4H achievement days, poultry shows, ag awareness tent and tractor pulls – help to bring a little bit of the rural roots of our country into town for a weekend. Homecraft events like baking, needle crafts and quilting can be traced back in families for hundreds of years, albeit now there are some new modern methods on display! Our junior board members are working hard on organizing a decorating contest for residential and business entries – check out the entries and our local community pride. We encourage you to come out with your families to take part in some of the many events happening over the weekend. This year, our pet show is expanding to allow adult entries, our petting zoo and Ag tent are back, the poultry show is moving into our newly renovated shed and of course Albion Amusements midway is back! Your admission into the fair offers hours of entertainment along with the chance to meet up with old friends and share some laughs. Be sure to watch for our volunteers selling 50/50 raffle tickets this year – your chance to win big at the “Best Little Fair in Ontario!”

See you there,

Brian Kuechler Brian Kuechler, President

2017 junior board Back row: Jill (main board secretary), Grace, Garrett, Stuart, Grace, Kailey (junior board leader) Middle row: Geneen, Shyanne, Hadley, Harrison Front row: Graeme, Andrew, Isaac Missing from photo - Lily, Ben, Megan, Emily, Cole, Daelin

2017 executive directors Front row - left to right Fran Morris, Dominique Zeldin, Brian Kuechler, Dave Somerville, Jill Medland 2nd Row - George Henderson, Jason Brown, Holly Goldie, Trish Somerville, Kathryn Lynch, Mary Walsma, Susan Kuechler, Brad Swackhamer, Back row - Hank Walsma, Dave Medland, Bill Lasby, Judy Burtney, Troy Laroche, Dale Hewitt

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Acton Agricultural Society Life Members *Deceased

1928

1978

1995

Geo. Havill* Alex Waldie*

George Wallace*

Bill Yundt

1934

1980

1996

W.R. Kenny* J.H. Smith*

Calvin Aitken* Walter Linham* Wm. Thompson*

Janet Marshall* John Rowe*

1936

1981

S.H. Lindsay* W.J Aitken*

Nino Braida* Irene Swackhamer*

Keith Aitken Sherrill Macpherson Brent Marshall

1937

1982

E. Beswick*

Margaret McCullough* Eleanor Thompson*

1944 S.H. Lindasy*

1947 D. McDougal*

1948 D. McDougal*

1953 A.T. Brown* C. McKeown* J.E. Pearen* D.D. Waldie*

1983 Mary Matthews* Lloyd McEnery*

1986 Evelyn Aitken* Kay Alger Ken Murray* Bill Nelles Miss E. Pearen* Wallace Swackhamer*

1956

1987

J.A. Swackhamer*

Bob Marshall* Grace McEnery*

1963 G.A. Dills* S.E. Griffin Sr.* W. Hampshire* Robert J. Kerr* R.W. Lowrie* A.B. McLean*

1967 R.L. Davidson* J.A. Robinson*

1975 Morgan Madill* Stan Matthews*

1977 Mel McCullough* Cliff Storey*

1988 Clarence Harding* Ruth Linham* Jesse McEnery*

1990 Reina Morrison*

1992 Carmela Cobham

1993 Brian Evans Hans Kuechler

1994 Russell Murray

1997

1998

Marilyn Murray Hank Walsma

1999 Norm Shea* Don Swackhamer

2000 Marg Aitken Bill Lasby Charlie Plouffe

2001 John Bouclair*

2005 George Henderson

2012 Theresa Lockerbie Jason Brown

2013 Judy Burtney Susan Kuechler

2014 Jim Warrington

2015 Mary Walsma

Ontario Agricultural Society Diploma Recipients *Deceased 1939..............................................C. Woodhall* 1940.................................................... R.J. Kerr* 1948............................................... D.D. Waldie* 1950................................... Charles McKeown* 1952................................ Arthur Swackhamer* 1958............................................R.J. Davidson* 1959........................................... J.A. Robinson* 1960........................................... Dr. F.G. Oakes* 1961...................................................G.A. Dills* 1962................................................. J.A. Mann* 1964......................................... Walter Linham* 1965.............................................L.O. Johnson* 1966................................................A. McLean* 1967...........................................John E. Moles* 1969................................... George C. Wallace* 1970.........................................Calvin J. Aitken* 1972.............................................. Nino Braida* 1975..........................Stan* & Mary* Matthews 1976...................................... Mel McCullough* 1977..............................................Dr. C. Young* 1981.........................................Jesse McEnery* 1982...............................................Max Storey* 1984............................. Jack* & Lorna Marshall 1986.................................. Irene Swackhamer* 1986.............................................. Vern Stewart 1990...........................................Russell Murray 1992.........................Wallace* & Maisie* Lasby 1993................................Halton Flour Mills Inc. 1994................................................Keith Aitken 1995................................................Rob Linham 1996.............................................Fred Anthony 1997................................................... Bill Nelles 1998................................... Pioneer Hi-Bred ltd. 1999......................................... Emerson Clarke 2000....................................Charlotte Ironside* 2001................................... Moorehaven Farms 2004.......................... Tuitman’s Garden Centre 2007......................................................Jim Pink 2015....................................... RM Construction

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Acton Fall Fair - Rules & Regulations Read carefully rules and regulations, which will be strictly enforced.

1. Stock and produce entered for exhibitors must be bona-fide property of the exhibitor. 2.

Broodmares must have evidence of having bred and suckled their colts at least 2 months; cows must have evidence of produced offspring and giving milk for at least 3 months.

3.

Exhibitors of Purebred stock must product registered certificates of pedigree if requested. Papers will be checked by someone appointed by the Society.

4.

The judges may rule out any animal or article wrongly classed or which they consider undeserving of a prize. Directors attending judges are to have Rule 5 strictly enforced. The judges have the discretionary power of withholding or reducing prizes if in their opinion, the articles exhibited do not merit them. The judges may also recommend additional awards if they consider them necessary.

5.

The Society will take all reasonable precautions to ensure the safety of the articles on exhibition, but should any article be accidentally injured, lost or stolen, the Society will not be responsible for the value thereof.

6.

Correct addresses must be given on each entry form sent in by an exhibitor. The secretary will mail cheques to the addresses as given on the entry form. Cheques for prize money should be mailed not later than December 31, 2017. Every attempt will be made to have cheques ready for pick up before the end of the fair. Homecraft exhibitors please check at the office when coming to pick up your items.

7. NO EXHIBIT IS TO BE REMOVED FROM THE GROUNDS BEFORE 4:30 pm except by permission from the President of the Board of Directors. At the close of the exhibition, exhibitors must take charge of their exhibits and remove them immediately.

9. In horse classes, please note the time of showing. 10. Hall exhibits are to be judged Thursday afternoon, September 14, 2017. 11. Cattle must be on the grounds by 8:00 am the day of the showing. 12. The sum of $10 shall be deposited with the secretary in each case of protest or appeal. This is to be forfeited if the appeal is not sustained. Protests or appeals must be entered within 24 hours of judging. 13. In the event that, due to any cause, receipts for the year are not sufficient to pay the prize list in full, the directors reserve the right to pay such portions as the Board deems possible after paying necessary expenses. 14. Exhibitors are strictly prohibited from conversing or interfering with the judges while they are occupied as such. Parties violating this rule will not be paid the prizes that may be awarded to them. 15. While the Society will use every reasonable precaution for the protection of the public and exhibitors, they will not be responsible for accidents. 16. Any exhibitor violating any of the above rules will forfeit his or her prize money. 17. The Society recommends that all horses be coggins tested in the last six months. 18. The Society recommends that all exhibitors and competitors carry liability insurance. 19. No persons are allowed on the track at any time during any show, unless requested by the judge. 20. By an exhibitor entering any class or competition, they are agreeing to abide by these rules.

8. All entries are to be in the hands of the secretary not later than Monday September 11, 2017.

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Miss Acton Fall Fair Message Becoming Miss Acton has been one of the best experiences I’ve ever had. It was not only a childhood dream come true, but it was also a great opportunity to reflect on who I truly am as an individual. I was very proud to be representing my hometown as well as The Acton Agricultural Society at numerous events throughout the year, as the Fair Ambassador. I was able to gain so much knowledge about the history of the Acton Fall Fair, learn the importance of agriculture within our society, and be more engaged within the community. The event that I attended this year which was the most inspiring for me would the OAAS Royal York Convention. I had the opportunity to meet the other ambassadors across Ontario and make many new friendships. Overall, my ambassador experience has been extraordinary. Not only was I able to meet new people, but I was also given a chance to connect with myself and gain confidence in public speaking, as well as becoming more comfortable in conversation with others who I may not be familiar with. I know that the skills I have obtained from this role will be helpful all throughout my life. The role of Miss Acton has given me true inspiration and will always be close to my heart. I’d like to give a huge thank you to the town of Acton and the Acton Agricultural Society for all the support they’ve given me and all their efforts to make our Fall Fair one worth living for. The Miss Acton Pageant is definitely an opportunity that I encourage others to take part in, and I hope others will be inspired by Miss Acton just as much as I am. Thank you for making my childhood dream become a reality. Sincerely,

Meghan Raycraft Miss Acton Fall Fair 2016-2017

Former Miss Acton Fall Fair Winners 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998

Alexie Lang - Warner Karoline Fontana Jordan Lenz Kaliey Donaldson Jessica Watson Robin Dercatch Larissa Schausbreitener Justine Martin Emily Stirtzinger Sarah O’Hearn Rebecca Somerville Amanda Schroeder Angela Schrempf Joanne Haughie Amanda Nielson Tricia Bishop Amanda Corp Tanya Tonkovich

1997 1996 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1983 1982 1981 1980

Jennifer Aitken (Vallee) Sonya Tonkovich Jamie Davies (Munday) Shana Peddle Claire Langridge Heidi Dempsey (Heinz) Leah Lockerbie (Mackie) Leigh Whiting Karin Pfhaler Kelly Bishop (White) Tracey Curtis (McGrath) Stacy Hillier (Hibbs) Ginette Cassie (Stone) Linda Thomson (Robson) Laura Jensen (Evans) Lisa Petty (Irwin) Cindy McGilloway Lisa McGrath

1979 1978 1977 1976 1975 1974 1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 1968 1967 1966 1965 1964

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Cathy McGrath Victoria Lenizky Susan Thibodeau (Webster) Charmaine Bigelow (Eicoss) Jill Pardy Ann Luty (Davies) Valerie Mitchell (Leachman) Brenda Bruce (Reid) Anita Thibodeau (Arnold) Cathy Smith (Aylward) Zenith Armstrong (Richardson) Brenda Spear (Hillier) Margaret Given (Hall) Patty McKay Antoinette (Nettie) Tryssenaar (Vila) Linda Ferguson (Wilson)


54th Miss Acton Fall Fair Pageant Contestants must be at least 16 years of age and live in Acton, Limehouse, Ballinafad or Rockwood areas, or attend Acton High School. The stage is set for the crowning of the 54th Miss Acton Fall Fair. The event has undergone a lot of major changes in the past 52 years, but the idea behind Miss Acton has remained the same: an opportunity to represent Acton and the Acton Agricultural Society, to meet new people and learn about the town and yourself. To clarify some frequently asked questions: • The event is NOT a beauty pageant, but rather a viewing of the contestants on their ability to interact with other people and to speak in front of a group • The judging consists of four separate components: 1. A private 5 minute interview with the judges (contestants talk about themselves and their thoughts on Acton & the fair) 2. A walk across the stage (a biography of each contestant is read – compiled from an outline at the rehearsal) 3. A brief speech is given by each contestant (the speech is not intended to be a test in composition, research or writing skills it is .merely a point at which you will present yourself to the audience and speak about a topic that you have pre-selected – the available topics represent a wide range of areas. Assistance with the writing of the content is available from the committee) 4. An impromptu question is answered on stage (all questions will be distributed on Thursday night at the rehearsal; your only surprise will be which one you select)

Once a Miss Acton is chosen, she will participate in a variety of functions throughout the year. However, attendance at all events is not mandatory. She is expected to attend the fair for the entire weekend, but the number of additional events does lessen as the year progresses. (ie one to two invitations per month are received)

In addition to the pride of representing the Acton Agricultural Society and the town of Acton, this opportunity holds several other benefits:

- Employment opportunities are a regular occurrence. - Numerous contacts are made within other communities - The gift list has totalled in excess of $2000 over the past few years

Being Miss Acton is a wonderful experience that will follow you throughout your entire life. The confidence and self esteem you will build throughout the year will become invaluable as you move toward your future goals. Most of all however, it is a lot of fun!

All contestants who enter will benefit from the experience of speaking in front of a crowd and getting to meet and make new friends and contacts. In addition each contestant is given a gift from one of the local businesses and a weekend pass for the Fall Fair. You can sign up early by contacting Dominique Evans-Zeldin at missactonfallfair@hotmail.com

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Classes 1, 2 & 3 - Heavy Horse Show Saturday September 16, 2017 - Starting time 11 am - track condition is a factor Entries must not leave the grounds before 4:00 pm on the day of showing, without permission of Horse Superintendant, or prize money will be revoked. All Entries MUST be on the grounds prior to 10:00am. 1.

All exhibits must be owned by and registered in the name of the exhibitor. Registration papers must be available for the committee.

CLASS 1 – PERCHERON CLASS 2 – BELGIAN CLASS 3 – CLYDESDALE 2. All exhibitors must show proof of liability insurance with entry form Entry fee – 15% of prize money Prize money, Sections 1,2, 4-7 1st $50, 2nd $45, 3rd $40, 4th $35, 5th $30, 6th $25, 7th $20, 8th $15, 9th $12, 10th $8 Sections: 1. Filly or colt, foaled in 2017 2. Yearling filly or colt foaled in 2016 3. SPECIAL – Ontario bred and Sired Registered Belgian yearling Filly. PRIZE MONEY 1st $100, 2nd $80, 3rd $60, 4th $40, 5th – 10th $20 $300 is donated by the Ontario Belgian Horse Assoc. and $100 is donated by the fair. The filly must be from a mare owned by a resident of the province of Ontario at the time of service, and sired by a stallion owned and standing in the province of Ontario at the time of service. The owner must be a member of the Ontario Belgian Horse Association for the current year. For 2015, the fillies must have been nominated with the Ontario Belgian Horse Association

by March 1st. The prize money for this class will be paid to each exhibitor by the Ontario Belgian Horse Association at the annual awards banquet. ELIGIBILITY – The filly must be from a mare owned by a resident of the province of Ontario at the time of service, and sired by a stallion owned and standing in the province of Ontario at the time of service. The owners must be a member of the Ontario Belgian Horse Assoc. for the current year. For 2014, the fillies must have been nominated with the Ontario Belgian Horse Assoc. by April 30, 2014. A certificate bearing the name, registration number and pedigree will be issued to owners for each filly nominated at this time. The certificate must be available at ring side for the filly to be eligible to compete. It will be the sole responsibility of the exhibitor to have the certificate signed by the judge with the placing awarded at the fair. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

Filly foaled in 2015 Mare foaled in 2014 Broodmare or yeld mare SPECIAL – Junior Showmanship – boy or girl, 17 years of age or under, showing any draft or commercial breed on the line. Prizes sponsored by Hank & Mary Walsma and family. Stake Class. Best heavy horse shown on the line. Entry fee of $5.00 must accompany entry. Only one entry from each exhibitor. Prizes 1st $40 plus championship ribbon, 2nd $25, 3rd $15, 4th $12, 5th $10, 6th $8.

9.

Best 4 horses shown on line, owned by one exhibitor. Prizes 1st $70, 2nd $60, 3rd $50, 4th $45, 5th $35, 6th $30

Prizes for sections 10 – 13 1st $35, 2nd $30, 3rd $26, 4th $23, 5th $21, 6th $19

10. Ride any breed of Draft horse through an obstacle course 11. Single Percheron in harness 12. Single Belgian in harness 13. Single Clydesdale in harness Prizes for sections 14 – 16 1st $100, 2nd $90 3rd $80, 4th $70, 5th $60, 6th $50 14. Span of Clydesdale horses 15. Span of Percheron horses 16. Span of Belgian horses Prizes for sections 17 & 18 1st $55, 2nd $45, 3rd $40, 4th $35, 5th $30, 6th $25 17. Best lady Driver of a team of heavy horses. Lady to be 18 years of age or over, and must be accompanied by a gentleman. 18. Junior Driving Class – for boys and girls 17 years of age or under, must be accompanied by an adult. To be judged on driving and showmanship. Prizes for sections 19 & 20 1st $140, 2nd $120, 3rd $110, 4th $100, 5th $90, 6th $80 19. Best 4 Horse Hitch – not necessarily owned by one exhibitor. 20. Best 6 Horse Hitch – not necessarily owned by one exhibitor. 21. Best Unicorn Hitch – 1st $90, 2nd $80, 3rd 470, 4th $60, 5th $50, 6th $40

Class 4 - Heavy Horse Pull

Friday, September 15, 2017 - Starting time 7:00 pm - Judge TBA 1. Light Horses, under 165” girth 2. Heavy horses, 165” girth and over

PRIZE MONEY 1st $360, 2nd $280, 3rd $230, 4th $200, 5th $175. $125 to remaining entries making a qualifying draw

WE WILL ABIDE BY THE CENTRAL CANADIAN HORSE PULLERS ASSOCIATION RULES

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Class 6 - Light Horse Show

Light Horses – Hackney Horses & Ponies • Shetland Ponies & Canadian Horses Saturday September 16, 2017 Start time - TBA - will follow Heavy Horse Show Entries to be in the hands of the Secretary no later than Mon. Sept. 12, 2017. Start time - will be following the heavy horse show. All entries MUST be on the grounds prior to 10am RULES: 1. Animals must be hitched to a suitable vehicle. To be judged on manners, quality and performance. 2. Proof of age must be shown in classes where there is an age limit. 3. No persons are allowed on the track at any time during the show, unless requested by the judge. 4. All entries must be made in the same name of the registered owner of the animal. 5. No prize money will be paid unless shown in the ring. 6. All exhibitors must show proof of liability insurance with entry form 7. All exhibitors and animals, must be on the grounds prior to 10:00 am Entry Fee: 15% of prize money won. Sections: CANADIAN HORSES Classes 1 - 7 are shown on line 1. Canadian Broodmare 2. Canadian Weanling colt and filly 1st $35, 2nd $30, 3rd $15, $10 to remainder 3. Canadian Mare 4. Canadian Stallion 5. Canadian Gelding 1st $35, 2nd $25, 3rd $20, $15 to remainder 6. Champion and Reserve (winners of line classes 1-5) Champion $40, Reserve $35 7. Canadian Junior showmanship – boy or girl, 17 yrs of age or under, showing on line. NO Stallions 8. Canadian Under Saddle (English or Western) 1st $25, 2nd $20, 3rd $15, $10 to remainder

9. Single Canadian Pleasure 1st $30, 2nd $25, 3rd $20, $15 to remainder 10. Team of Canadian – hitched to a suitable vehicle 1st $75, 2nd $65, 3rd $55, 4th $45, $40 to remainder ROAD HORSES 11. $110 Stake: Best Standardbred shown on the line. Entry fee of $5.00 must accompany entry. Only one entry from each exhibitor. Receipt card must be handed to the judge when entering the ring. 1st $40 & championship ribbon, 2nd $35, 3rd $25, 4th $12, $10 to remainder 12. Roadster team 1st $75, 2nd $65, 3rd $55, 4th $45, 5th $30, 6th $25 13. Single Roadster to bike,15.2 hands and Over Driver to wear silks. Conformation 40%, speed 60% 1st $50, 2nd $45, 3rd $40, 4th $35, 5th $30, 6th $25 14. Single Roadster to bike, under 15.2 hands Driver to wear silks. Conformation 40%, speed 60% 1st $50, 2nd $45, 3rd $40, 4th $35, 5th $30, 6th $25 15. Roadster Lady Driver. Driver must be 18 yrs of and or older. Hitched to a bike. 1st $50, 2nd $45, 3rd $40, $35 to remainder 16. Roadster driven my a junior exhibitor, under 18 years of age, as of the current year.. HELMETS MUST BE WORN BY EXHIBITORS to be shown at the jog and roadgate only 1st $40, 2nd $35, 3rd $30, $25 to remainder 17. Single Roadster under saddle 1st $40, 2nd $35, 3rd $30, $25 to remainder 18. Gentlemen’s Turnout, roadster

19. Single Roadster wagon, 15.2 hands and over 20. Single Roadster to wagon, under 15.2 hands 1st $50, 2nd $45, 3rd $35, $30 to remainder 21. Roadster to Bike Stake 22. Roadster to Wagon Stake 1st $100, 2nd $80, 3rd $65, 4th $50, $40 to remainder CARRIAGE HORSES 23. $110 Stake – Best Carriage Horse shown on the line. Entry fee of $5.00 must accompany entry. Only one entry from each exhibitor. Receipt card must be handed to the judge when entering the ring 1st $40 , 2nd 35, 3rd $25, 4th $12, $10 to remainder 24. Carriage Horse Team 1st $75, 2nd $65, 3rd $55, 4th $45, $40 to remainder 25. Carriage Horse, Lady Driver. Drive must be 18 yrs of age or older 1st $40, 2nd $35, 3rd $30, $25 to remainder 26. Single carriage horse, 15.2 hands and over 27. Single Carriage Horse, Under 15.2 hands 1st $50, 2nd $45, 3rd $35, $30 to remainder 28. Carriage Horse Stake 1st $40, 2nd $35, 3rd $30, $25 to remainder HARNESS PONY 29. Single Harness Pony, under 50 inches 1st $40, 2nd $35, 3rd $30, $25 to remainder 30. Harness Pony Stake 1st $65, 2nd $45, 3rd $35, $25 to remainder HACKNEY PONY 31. Single Hackney Pony 1st $40, 2nd $35, 3rd $30, $25 to remainder

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32. Hackney Pony Stake 1st $65, 2nd $45, 3rd $35, $25 to remainder ROAD PONY - Under 52”, Driver to wear colours 33. Open Road Pony 1st $40, 2nd $35, 3rd $30, $25 to remainder 34. Road Pony Stake 1st $65, 2nd $45, 3rd $35, $25 to remainder PLEASURE HORSE OR PONY - Shown to a 2-wheeled basket type vehicle

35. Open Pleasure Horse or Pony 1st $40, 2nd $35, 3rd $30, $25 to remainder 36. Pleasure horse or Pony Stake 1st $65, 2nd $45, 3rd $35, $25 to remainder

38. Junior Exhibitor, Pony - Open to a boy or girl under 18 yrs of age as of current year. To be shown to a suitable four wheeled vehicle. 1st $20, 2nd $17, 3rd $15, 4th $13, $10 to remainder

SPECIALS 37. Showmanship of a Pony under 50” in hand includes, open to a boy or girl, under 18 yrs of age as of the current year. 60% showmanship, 40% for Animal. No entry fee required 1st $20, 2nd $17, 3rd $15, 4th $13, $10 to remainder

39. Lady Driver, Pony – Must be 18 years of age. To be shown to a suitable four wheeled vehicle. 1st $40, 2nd $35, 3rd $30, $25 to remainder

Class 10 Miniature Horse Show/Competition Sunday September 17, 11:00 am start Registration 9:30 am to 10:30 am

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Junior Showmanship (12 Yrs & Under) Youth Showmanship (13 Yrs – 17 Yrs) Adult Showmanship (18+ Yrs) Multi Colour Solid Colour

6. Junior / Youth Pleasure Driving (17 Yrs & Under) 7. Junior / Youth Obstacle Driving (17 Yrs & Under) 8. Open Pleasure Driving 9. Obstacle Driving 10. Costume Class (Open To All Age Groups)

Prizes 1st - $30, 2nd $25, 3rd $20, 4th $15, 5th $10

Entry fee - 15% of winnings

Registration and Insurance papers must be shown at time of entry

Halton 4H Goat Club Achievement Day Sunday September 17 - Commencing 11:30 am Senior, Intermediate and Junior Classes Grand and Reserve champions. Conformation classes - 2016 Kids, and 2015 Yearlings. Grand and Reserve champions. Pee Wee showmanship.

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Cattle

Beef Cattle Chairman: Bill Lasby, 3319 30 Sideroad RR #2 Rockwood ON N0B 1K0 | Ph: 519-856-4152 DEADLINE for ENTRIES Entries must be postmarked on or before August 31, 2017. Late entries will only be accepted with a $10.00 deduction, or may be grouped with “combined” breeds. Entries may be submitted to the Secretary of the fair by mail, fax, or e-mail or e-mail to the chairman. Rules and Regulations 1. Exhibitors of purebred stock must produce registration certificate when checked by someone appointed by the society. 2. In order to receive full prize money there must be 3 exhibitors per breed with a minimum of 10 animals exhibited. If these criteria are NOT met, breeds may be combined. 3. All cattle must be on the grounds by 8:30 am 4. ALL cattle must bear the “CCIA RFID” tags

Beef Cattle Judging: Saturday, Sept. 16, 2017 Commencing 10:30 am Entry Fee: 20% of prize money won PRIZE MONEY: Prize money in all sections except ribbon classes 1st - $60, 2nd - $50, 3rd - $45, 4th - $35, 5th - $30, 6th - $25 Halton 4-H BEEF CALF CLUB Leader – Marie Martin jo-al@sympatico.ca

Achievement Day – Saturday September 16 4-H calves must be on Fair Grounds by 8:00am of show day. Exhibitors restricted to Halton 4-H Calf Club members Classes Junior Showmanship Senior Showmanship Champion Showperson 4-H Heifer 4-H Steer

CLASS 17 OPEN SHOWMANSHIP CLASSES No Entry Fee and No Exhibitor Fee Required Calves must be eligible for 4-H competition (No Bulls). Exhibitor’s age to be 21 or less determined as of January 1, 2017 Prize Money: 1st - $60, 2nd - $50, 3rd - $45, $15 to all remaining entrants (Sections 1–3) SECTIONS: 1. Senior showperson 17 – 21 yrs 2. Intermediate 14 – 16 yrs 3. Junior 10 – 13 yrs Reserve Champion Showperson ~ Banner 4. Peewee 9 and under (Medallion and $10 cash to each peewee entrant)

Class 18 Open Conformation Shown by boy or girl under age 21 ~ No fees deducted SECTIONS: 1. Steer 2. 2017 Heifer – 3 months minimum age 3. 2016 Heifer – April 1 to December 31, 2016 4. 2016 Heifer - January 1 to March 31, 2016 Prizes – 1st $60, 2nd $50, 3rd $45, 4th $35, 5th $30, 6th $25

Class 19 Market Cattle Entry fee: 20% of prize money RULES: • an exhibitor may enter a maximum of six steers • MARKET HEIFERS MAY NOT BE SHOWN IN BREEDING CLASSES Prize Money: 1st - $60, 2nd - $50, 3rd - $45, 4th - $35, 5th - $30, 6th - $25 Section 1. Market female Section 2. Market steer Grand Champion market animal - $60 and Banner

Class 20 - Shorthorns Class 21 – Herefords Class 22 – Galloways Class 23 – Angus Class 24 – Any other Breed Class 25 – Champion Beef Animal SECTIONS: 1. Bull calf - born on or after Jan 1 2017, min. 3 months of age 2. Bull – born Jan 1 2016, to Dec 31 2016 3. Champion and Reserve Bull - Ribbon class 4. Female calf – born on or after Jan 1, 2017, min. 3 months of age 5. Female – born April 1, to Dec 31 2016 6. Female – born Jan 1 to March 31 2016 7. s/b Female born 2015 with her own natural born calf in 2017 at foot 8. s/b Female born prior to 2015 with her own natural born calf in 2017 at foot 9. Grand and Reserve Champion female Ribbon class 10.Breeder’s Herd, a group of three animals owned by the exhibitor, both sexes represented One exhibit per exhibitor

Trophy for grand champion sponsored by Paul Hamilton Eligible for entry into Champion Beef Animal

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Dairy Cattle Sunday, September 17, 2017 Dairy Cattle Chairman: Marie Martin | Entry fee 15% of prize money RR# 2, Rockwood, ON N0B 2K0 | Ph: 519-856-9702 | Fax: 519-856-9752 RULES AND REGULATIONS: 1.

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In order to receive full prize money there must be 3 exhibitors per breed, with a minimum of 12 animals exhibited. If these criteria are NOT met breeds may be combined. Each breeding unit is allowed a maximum ten exhibits.

All cattle must be on grounds by 8:00 am Judging: Commencing 11:00 am

Class 26 - Showmanship Calves must be eligible for 4-H competition. Exhibitor’s age of 21 or underage to be determined as of January 1, 2017. Prize money: 1st - $50, 2nd - $45, 3rd - $40, 4th - $35, 5th - $30, $20 to remaining entrants SECTIONS: 1. Senior showperson 17 – 21 yrs 2. Intermediate 14 – 16 yrs 3. Junior 10 – 13 yrs Grand Champion Showperson ~ Banner and $50 Reserve Champion Showperson ~ Banner 4. Peewee 9 and under (medallion and $10 cash to each peewee entrant)

Class 27 & 28 Holstein & Other Breeds Prize Money: 1st - $60, 2nd - $50, 3rd - $40, 4th - $35, 5th - $30, 6th - $25 SECTIONS: 1. Female Junior calf – born after March 2016 2. Female Intermediate born Dec 1 2015 to Feb 28, 2016 3. Female Senior Calf – born Sept 1 2015 to Nov. 30 2015 4. Female Summer Yearling – born June 1 /13 to Aug 31/14 5. Female Junior Yearling – born March 1/13 to May 31/15 6. Female Intermediate Yearling – born Dec 1/14 to Feb 29/15 7. Female Senior Yearling – born Sept. 1/14 to Nov 30/15 8. Grand and Reserve Champion 9. Pair of 4-H Dairy Heifers – 2015 & 2016 – 4-H heifer shown by a boy or girl under 21 10. Progeny of Dam – 2 female progeny of same dam 11. Junior Herd – A group of 3 animals shown by the exhibitor

Class 32 - Dairy Cattle SPECIAL AWARDS 1. SUPREME CHAMPION DAIRY FEMALE - Eligible for this class are: Grand Champion Females of each breed ~ Banner and $60.00 2. BANK OF MONTREAL TROPHY - Best pair of Dairy Heifers 2010 – 2011 4-H project. Shown by a 4-H boy or girl under 21 years of age.

Class 40 Horseshoe Pitching Saturday, September 16, 2017 - 12:00 pm Registration: 11:30 am ENTRY FEE: $5.00/PERSON, REGISTRATION STARTS AT 11:30 AM. TOTAL PRIZE MONEY: $100 + Trophies NOTE: Must be 16 years or older to participate. Bring your own shoes and partners. Limited space is available so register early.

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2017 4-H Club Program Sponsored by Acton Agricultural Society In co-operation with The Halton 4-H Association PURPOSE: 1. To supplement and encourage youth activities as organized by the Acton Agricultural Society and the Halton 4-H Association 2. To provide grounds and facilities for 4-H club members to publicly exhibit their achievements and abilities 3. To improve the education value of the fair 4. To develop new exhibitors for the future 5. To stimulate the interest of a great number of people in the fair 4-H CLUB ACHIEVEMENT DAY PROGRAM 4-H Ontario began in Waterloo County in 1915 and since then has spread throughout the province and now includes 53 associations. The 4-H program is open to all youth in Ontario, rural or urban, ages 10-21. The program offers youth the opportunity to participate in over 60 different projects, which help them to learn new skills, gain self-confidence, improve self esteem, make new friends and most importantly, have fun. 4-H participants are encouraged to “Learn to do by doing” through the projects they must complete for each club. The 4-H Ontario organization currently has approximately 6,274 members and 1,574 volunteers. The project for the members of the Halton 4-H beef club includes taking care of and preparing a calf or steer for showing. Throughout the club, members learn about breeding, caring for cattle, showmanship and how to prepare their calf or steer for show. At the end, the members participate in a cattle show which exhibits some of the skills and knowledge they have gained throughout their time in the club. Purpose of 4-H Clubs: The primary purpose of the 4-H program is the personal development of youth in rural Ontario.

HALTON 4-H CALF CLUB Beef Division Achievement Day: Saturday September 16, 2017 Dairy Division Achievement Day: Sunday September 17, 2017 HALTON 4-H Goat Club Achievement Day: Sunday September 17, 2017 HALTON 4-H Photo Club Achievement: See display inside Dufferin Building with Homecrafts

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HALTON 4-H COUNTY AWARDS Kiwanis Club of Kingsway Specials – Prize will be awarded to the outstanding members in each 4-H Club in Halton. Awards are presented at a special luncheon (Previous winners are not eligible). J.Earl Whitelock Trophy – Presented by the Kiwanis Club of the Kingsway to the outstanding 4-H Club member in Halton. Awarded on the basis of overall participation in the 4-H programs. Claude Bain Trophy – Presented by the Kiwanis Club of the Kingsway to the outstanding first year member in Halton. Halton – Peel Pork Producers’ Association Award – Presented by the Halton-Peel Pork Producers’ Association to the outstanding 4-H club member in Halton with less than 12 projects completed. Stan May Leadership Trophy – Presented by the Kiwanis Club of the Kingsway to the outstanding 4-H club member in Halton who depicts congenial leaders, interest and involvement in the 4-H program. Winner is selected by ballot vote, by county 4-H members.

The goals of the 4-H program are achieved through the dedicated efforts of local volunteer leaders. 4-H members, leaders, parents, and the Ministry, wish to thank the Acton Agricultural Society for sponsoring the 4-H clubs which hold their achievement programs at the annual fall fair.

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Class 41 - Lawn & Garden Tractor Pull Stock Maximum 3600 RPM

Saturday, September 16, 2017 - 6:00 pm

RULES: 1. Helmets must be worn. This is mandatory for all classes and all drivers, due to insurance reasons. 2. A driver’s meeting will be held before each pull. This is mandatory for all drivers. If you do not attend the meeting, you will not be eligible to pull. 3. Modified tractors must have Wheelie bars. If you are pulling in both divisions (stock then moving to modified) you must have the wheelie bars. * Wheelie bars are highly recommended for stock tractors, but not mandatory. 4. Tractors may be entered in 2 sections (ie) 1 & 2, 2 & 3 only. Driver may only pull 2 times. 5. No one is allowed on the track except officials and drivers 6. All tractors are to be operated in a safe manner 7. Each hook begins with a tight chain & green flag 8. Drivers must be seated during pull, no passengers allowed 9. All tractors must stop immediately upon signal from track official 10. A pull may be considered completed with forward motion with load stops 11. Tractors that go out of bounds will stop when red flagged and measurement will be taken at that point 12. Watch the flag man, failure to stop will result in disqualification 13. Absolutely no drinking at the track 14. Rules are available on the day of the pull and also on our website at www.actonfair.ca 15. Tires – no dual tires, no chains 16. Arguing with any track official may result in disqualification. Any track official has the right to disqualify a driver and that ruling will be final. 17. Please submit any grievances in writing to the Acton Agricultural Society 18. All stock tractors must be 3800 RPM or less. Governor must be hooked up and optional. This may not be checked at every pull – but random checks will be done. 19. All modified and alcohol tractors must have an operating kill switch 20. Alcohol pullers must wear fire proof suits ELIGIBILITY • Condition of the driver and vehicle eligibility will be the decision of the track officials. • All drivers must sign a waiver. A parent or legal guardian must sign for drivers under the age of 18. • All drivers must wear long pants and closed shoes (no sandals) • Drivers must be 8 years of age or older and accompanied by an adult walking beside the clutch side of the tractor. • 650 lb class is for 16 years of age and under only. • 800 lb class is for 21 yrs and under only. PULLING • During hitching and unhitching, the tractor must be in neutral with both hands visible to the judge • First puller in each class may re-pull in the 3rd position of the official pull. If the puller decides to re-pull, his first pull will not count. • If the puller lets off the throttle or has a minor breakage before going 50 ft, the puller will be allowed a second attempt. THIS WILL ONLY BE ALLOWED ONCE.

• If a tractor has mechanical problems and the official is notified, puller may drop to the last pulling spot in the class and pull again. THIS WILL ONLY BE ALLOWED ONCE. WEIGHTS • Weights may be added to the tractor and must be secure • No weights can be positioned above or higher than the underside of the seat. • Rear weights and weight brackets cannot extend rearward of the rear point of the rear tires. • A 10 lb weight allowance will be made DRAWBAR • Maximum height of the drawbar to the top is 16 inches. • A 3/8 inch clevis may be used providing it is attached to the draw bar. DISQUALIFICATION • Unsportsmanlike conduct will result in disqualification • Using the edge of the fender as a grasp point to obtain leaning leverage. A sturdy hand may be installed on top. • Loss of any equipment or weights onto the track during a pull – breakage is the only exception. • Drivers meeting will be held before each pull. This is mandatory for all drivers. IF You do not attend the meeting, you will not be eligible to pull. • Any act, deemed by a track official to be unsafe, will result in disqualification. • Arguing with any event official may result in disqualification. Any grievance must be submitted in writing to the Acton Agricultural Society.

ENTRY FEE: $5.00 PRIZES FOR EACH SECTION: 1st $75, 2nd $60, 3rd $50 Lawn & Garden Tractor Sections: 1. 650 lbs (5 cm) - 16 years & under 2. 800 lbs - 21 years & under 3. 1,000 lbs 4. 1,250 lbs Modified Garden Tractors 5. 775 lbs 6. 900 lbs 7. 1,250 lbs 8. Open Modified 2,500 lb Alcohol Single Cylinder 9. Alcohol 1,050 lbs 10. Alcohol 1,100 lbs Diesel 11. 1,150 lbs 12. 1,250 lbs Pull order will be handed out at registration. NOTE: there will be a limit of 30 pullers per class No Auto/Snowmobile/Motorcycle Engines

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Class 42 - Highway Truck Pull Sunday, September 17, 2017 - 11:00 am | Sponsored by RM Construction ENTRY FEE - $20.00 SECTION: 1. Tandem Axle Tractor Prizes: 1st $200, 2nd $150, 3rd $125 RULES: 1. No one allowed on the track except officials and driver 2. Trucks must be operated in a safe manner 3. Drivers must be seated during pull 4. No passengers are allowed 5. All trucks must stop immediately upon signal from judge. The pull shall be considered over when forward motion of the load stops 6. No drinking at the track. 7. During hitching and unhitching, trucks must be in neutral (with both hands visible to the judge) 8. Each truck will pull according to it’s own weight 9. Rules for contest will be available on day of pull 10. First puller in each section may repull in 3rd spot for official pull 11. Pullers may stop and repull once, providing he/she has not crossed the 50’ marker 12. Production wheel base and highway driveable

13. No steel bars or tire chains 14. All engine power must be transmitted to the ground through the wheels 15. All tires must have D.O.T stamp on tire 16. All trucks must have a non restrictive forward and backward foot throttle operation 17. All trucks must have a working ignition switch that is easily accessible to the driver 18. An open exhaust is allowed providing exhaust pipe extends straight back beyond cab or straight above cab roof behind the cab. 19. All body parts must be in place 20. All truck engines are to be stock production 21. No weights are to extend more than 26 inches beyond front, foremost portion of the truck 22. Weights must be secure 23. Any object that becomes detached from the truck during pull – the truck must stop immediately and will be disqualified. 24. All braking systems must be working 25. Conditions of driver and vehicle eligibility will be the decision of the track official.

Class 43 - 4x4 Truck Pull

Sunday, September 17, 2017 - 1:30 pm Weigh in: 10:00 am - 11:00 am - No late weighing allowed Sponsored by Napa Auto ENTRY FEE: $15.00 PRIZE MONEY FOR EACH SECTION: 1st $125, 2nd $100 3rd $50 plus a trophy for 1st place. SECTIONS: 1. 6,500 lbs. and under Local Stock - Gas 2. 8,500 lbs/under Local Stock - Diesel 3. Pro Stock - Gas 4. Pro Stock - Diesel RULES AND REGULATIONS: 1. No one is allowed on the track except for officials and driver. 2. Trucks must be operated in a safe manner. 3. Drivers must be seated during pull. 4. No passengers. 5. All trucks must stop immediately upon signal from the judge. 6. The pull shall be considered over when the forward motion of the load stops. 7. No drinking at the track. 8. During the hitching and unhitching, trucks must be in neutral (with both hands visible to the judge) 9. Each truck will pull according to its own weight. 10. Rules for the contest will be available on the day of the pull. 11. First puller in each section may re-pull in 3rd spot for official pull. 12. Pullers may stop and re-pull once providing he/she has not crossed the 100’ marker. 13. No snowplow – frame only. 14. Production wheelbase and highway driveable. 15. No dual wheels, steel bars or tire chains. 16. All engine power must be transmitted to the ground through the wheels.

17. All tires must have D.O.T stamp on tire or cuts. 18. All trucks must have a non restrictive forward and backward foot throttle operation. 19. All trucks must have a working ignition switch that is easily accessible to the driver. 20. An open exhaust is allowed providing the exhaust pipe extends straight back beyond the cab or straight above the cab roof behind the cab. 21. All body parts must be in place. 22. All hub caps must be removed. 23. All truck engines are to be stock production with one carburetor and naturally aspirated. 24. Drawbar is to be rigid in all directions and parallel to the ground with 3 3/4” diameter hole and maximum 22” from the ground. 25. Circuit Class – 26” top of hitch to the ground. 26. No weights are to extend more than 26 inches beyond the front foremost portion of the truck. 27. Weights must be secure. 28. If any object that becomes detached from the truck during the pull – the truck must stop immediately and will be disqualified. 29. All braking systems must be working. 30. All axels must be bolted on. 31. Conditions of the driver and the vehicle eligibility will be the decision of the track official. 32. Helmets MUST be worn 33. Drivers’ window must be open 34. Drivers’ must have valid driver’s license

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Class 44 - Stock Only Antique Tractor Pull Sunday, Sept. 17, 2017 - Start time 12:00 pm. Weigh in: 10:00 am - 11:30 am RULES: 1. Shall be any original tractor 25 years and older. 2. Weights may be added to tractor to maximum weight in the section entered. 3. Entrant tractor may enter one section only. 4. Drawbar must be original factory equipment and height. 5. No one is allowed on the track except for officials and driver. 6. Tractors must be operated in a safe manner. 7. Drivers must be seated during the pull. 8. No passengers. 9. All tractors must stop immediately on signal from the judge. 10. The pull is considered over when forward motion of the load stops. 11. No drinking at the track. 12. During hitching and unhitching, tractors must be in neutral with both hands visible to the judge. 13. Each tractor will pull according to its own weight. 14. Rules for the contest will be available on the day of the pull. 15. First puller in each section may re-pull in the 3rd spot for official pull. 16. Pullers may stop and re-pull once providing he/she had not crossed to 50’ marker. 17. Condition of the driver and vehicle eligibility will be the decision of the track officials.

STOCK TRACTOR RULES: 1. Stock tractors must have no visible engine modifications, original pumps, no turbo chargers unless manufacturers option. 2. Three point hitches removed. 3. Drawbar length 18”, drawbar must be stationary, maximum height of 20” from top of hitching device, parallel to the ground. 4. No four wheel drive and no duals. 5. Weights must be securely fashioned. 6. Drivers must be 16 years of age, or older. 7. Only stock fuel to be used by tractors. ENTRY FEE: $15.00 PRIZE MONEY IN EACH SECTION: 1st $75, 2nd $50, 3rd $35, 4th $25, 5th $15 plus trophy for 1st place SECTIONS: 1. 4500 lbs and under. 2. 4500-5000 lbs 3. 5000 lbs to 7000 lbs (2250kg to 3150kg) 4. 7000 lbs to 9000 lbs (3150kg to 4040kg) 5. 9000 lbs and over (4040kg and over)

Out of Field Tractors – Antique and Non Stock 6. 6000 lbs and under (2727kg and under) 7. 6000 lbs to 8000 lbs (2727kg to 3636kg) 8. 8000 lbs to 10,000 lbs (3636kg to 4545kg)

Class 47 - Pedal Tractor Pull Sunday, September 17, 2017 - 1:00 pm - Registration: 12:30 pm RULES: 1. The contestant must be able to pedal the tractor without assistance. 2. Pedal tractors will be furnished for all participants. 3. All contestants must wear shoes. 4. All contestants will be given three (3) chances to get the sled moving from the straight line. 5. The pulling tractor must stay between the lines of pulling lane at all times. 6. If the tractor leaves the pulling lane the distance will be measured from the starting line to the point where the tractor crossed the boundary. 7. In the case of a tie there will be a pull off to determine the winner. 8. Both boys and girls are eligible to enter and the age limit is twelve (12) years. 9. The judge’s decision will be final for all pulls. 10. All contestants must be present by the time of the pedal pull with signed permission slip in hand. The required

signature of parent or guardian releases the Acton Agricultural Society from any financial responsibility due to an accident. 11. Participation may be limited and will be assigned on a first come first served basis at the time of registration. 12. All children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian at the time of registration and participation.

CLASSES: (age as of date of event) 1. Age 4 years and younger 2. Age 5-6 years 3. Age 7-8 years. 4. Age 9-10 years 5. Age 11-12 years * Classes are subject to change. ENTRY FEE: $1.00 PRIZE MONEY: 1st $15, 2nd $10, 3rd $5, ride tickets for all entrants

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Class 48 - Pet Show

Class 49

Sunday, September 17, 2017 - 11:00 am NEW IN 2017 - all categories will now have under 18 years and 18 and older classes (please note, age refers to exhibitor, not pets). Pets must be removed from the Acton Fall Fair grounds immediately following the Pet Show. CATEGORIES: 1. Most Unusual Pet. 2. Best Trained Pet. 3. Best Costumed Pet. 4. Most Unusual Performance by a Pet. 5. The Largest Pet (Not Including Cats or Dogs) 6. The Smallest Pet (Not Including Cats or Dogs) CATS 1. Smallest Cat 2. Largest Cat

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Saturday, Sept. 16, 2017 - 10:30 am Registration starts at 9:30 am Sponsored in part by Linda Olson, Broker, Royal LePage Escarpment Realty (Show will be held on the stage in the Dufferin Rural Heritage Community Centre)

DOGS Smallest Dog Largest Dog Longest Tail Biggest Feet Biggest Ears

Entry Requirements: Donation to the Junior Fair Board Prize: $5.00 + ride tickets to 1st place in each category Adult class prize money will be $10 for each first place entry.

4A – Girls 4B – Boys 5A – Girls 5B – Boys 6A – Girls 6B – Boys

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SECTIONS: 1A – Triplets (0-2 years) 1B – Twins (0-2 years) 2A – Girls (0-3 months) 2B – Boys (0-3 months) 3A – Girls (4-6 months) 3B – Boys (4-6 months)


Class 50 - Poultry Open Saturday, September 16, 2017 RULES: 1. All birds must be healthy, clean and presentable. This will be STRICTLY enforced. Be proud of what you show. Any violators will be removed. 2. This is a one day show. Birds are to be in place at 9 AM on Saturday September 16th 2017, and will remain until 5 PM Saturday evening. Judging will take place at 9:30AM. 3. Poultry will be judged according to the APA Standard of Perfection where pigeons will be judges according to the NPA Standard. This will be an ABA sanctioned meet. 4. Entries are accepted on a first come, first served basis until capacity is reached. 5. Entries in Class 50 & 51 will be limited to an 80 bird total (both classes combined) per exhibitor (household and/or immediate family or partnership) at the discretion of the committee. 6. Prize money over $50 will be subject to a 10% entry fee REGISTRATION: Please send all entries to: Troy Laroche (905-873-2715) MAIL: Troy Laroche 12187 8th Line, Georgetown ON, L7G 4S4 EMAIL: troylaroche88@hotmail.com FAX: 905-873-7712 ENTRIES CLOSE SEPTEMBER 11th 2017 CLASSES: BANTAMS 1. Modern Birchen 2. Modern BB Red 3. Modern A.O.C 4. Old English Black 5. Old English BB Red 6. Old English Silver Duckwing 7. Old English Red Pyle 8. Old English A.O.C

9. Leghorn White 10. Leghorn A.O.C 11 Rock White 12. Rock A.O.C 13. Rhode Island Red 14. Any other Single comb clean leg breed 15. Rosecomb A.C 16. Sebright A.C 17. Wyandotte White 18. Wyandotte A.O.V 19. Any other Rosecomb breed 20. Cochin Black 21. Cochin A.O.V 22. Brahma Buff 23. Brahma A.O.V 24. Silkie A.V. 25. Any other feather legged breed 26. Cornish A.V 27. Polish A.V 28. Any other comb clean leg breed LARGE FOWL 29. Rock White 30. Rock A.O.V 31. Wyandotte A.V 32. Any other American breed 33. Leghorn White 34. Leghorn A.O.V 35. Any other Mediterranean breed 36. Australorp 37. Sussex A.V 38. Any other English breed 39. Polish Buff Laced 40. Polish A.O.V. 41. Houdan A.V 42. Any other Continental breed 43. Old English A.V 44. Sumatra 45. Any other Standard breed DUCKS 46. Call Grey 47. Call White 48. Call A.O.V 49. Black East Indie 50. Runner White 51. Runner A.O.V 52. Any other light duck 53. Cayuga

54. Buff 55. Rouen 56. Muscovey A.V 57. Any other heavy breed 58. Light Goose (Name breed and colour classes will be made) 59. Medium Goose (Name breed & colour classes will be made) 60. Heavy Goose (Name breed &colour classes will be made) 61. Turkey – Any Breed (Name breed and colour classes will be made) 62. Guinea Fowl – Any colour. NOTE: We have limited cages for geese and turkeys. We will accommodate as many as we can. Any caging that can be brought by exhibitors would be appreciated. Prize Money to be paid as follows: Champion of class will receive $15 and reserve of class will receive $10 for each of the following classes: Large Fowl – American, Mediterranean, Asiatic, Continental, English, Any other standard breed Bantam – Modern, Old English, Single Comb Clean Leg, Rose Comb, Clean Leg, Feather Leg, Any other Comb Clean Leg Duck – Bantam, Light, Medium, Heavy Additional prize money will be paid for as follows: Best of Breed $10 and Reserve of Breed $5 for each breed shown, as well as $3 for Best of Varieties. $2 for Reserve Variety Large Fowl, Bantam & Duck Champion to receive $25, Reserve to receive $10 No monies will be paid for 1-3 prizes. Classes for Cock *hen * Cockerel * Pullet

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attention junior poultry enthusiasts Junior Poultry Show We will be holding a junior poultry show for anyone interested between the ages of 4 and 18. Please use the open show (see Saturday’s list) for classes and rules for the show. If there isn’t a class listed for your birds, please submit your entries and we will create a class to suit your entries. Entries must be received by Friday September 8, 2017. Submit to Troy Laroche 12187 8th Line, Georgetown ON L7G 4S4 or by email to troylaroche88@hotmail.com. There is no entry fee required. Our judge for the day will be Dave Pauls. We encourage all youth to follow the judge through the judging process, to observe and learn. For more information please contact Troy Laroche at troylaroche88@hotmail.com or at 905-873-2715.

Class 51 - Pigeons CLASSES: 63. Cropper A.C. 64. Fantail A.C. 65. Indian Fantail A.C. 66. Helmet A.C. 67. Flying Homer A.C. 68. Show Pen Homer A.C. 69. Ice Pigeon A.C. 70. Modena A.C. 71. Nun A.C.

72. 73. 74. 75. 76. 77.

Chinese Owl A.C. Pouter A.V.A.C. Show Roller A.C. Flying Roller Jacobin A.C Any other breed of pigeon

numbers warrant separate classes, they will be made.

PRIZE MONEY: Champion Pigeon: $50 Reserve Champion: $25

NOTE: In any Poultry or Pigeon class that is any other colour mentioned or breed where

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Next top 8 birds will receive $10 and the best of breeds will receive $5.00. Reserve of breed will receive $3.00.

THE SALVATION ARMY – Acton

Church – 114 Mill St. E • 519.853.1140 Sunday Worship at 11 a.m. Please join us! Community & Family Services – 519.853.5610 Thrift Store – 130 Mill St. E • 519.853.9993 Monday – Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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HOMECRAFT DISPLAYS IN THE DUFFERIN RURAL HERITAGE COMMUNITY CENTRE CANADA GOOSE is the visual for the 104th Acton Fall Fair Sept. 15, 16 & 17, 2017. We are also celebrating Canada. So come and “Celebrate Canada’s 150th at the Acton Fall Fair.” We will accept your entries Wed. evening, between 7:00-9:00 p.m. and Thurs. morning, between 8:30-11:00 a.m. Sept.13 and 14, and late entries cannot be accepted. Judging takes place Thurs. the 14th and the Fair opens on Friday. We love seeing your entries, creativity and participation. We look forward to seeing a lot of competition. See you at “The Best Little Fair in Ontario” checking for your ribbons Sept 15 and 16, 2017.

CANADA GOOSE

CELEBRATE CANADA’S 150TH AT THE ACTON FALL FAIR Questions may be answered by the Director in charge of the CLASS.

Young entrepreneurs marketplace WANTED: Young Vendors who ... • WISH TO PROMOTE YOUR OWN BUSINESS: • Pet sitting • Baby sitting • Snow removal • Tutoring, etc! • • • •

Face paint, Henna Paint Busker Sell photographs

• • • •

Sell fresh fruit or vegetables Balloon animals Make jewelry or other crafts Promote a charity of your creating

• Any youth wishing to try your hand at being a vendor

The sky is the limit! If you wish to participate now is your chance. If you are, or know of a Young Entrepreneur who is between the ages 6-18, please book your space today. Email actonfair@hotmail.com subject YOUNG ENTREPRENEUR or contact us via our web site www.actonfair.ca using subject “YOUNG ENTREPRENEUR” ***Please note for those participating under 10 years, adult supervision is required.

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Rules & Regulations (Excerpts from Rules and Regulations governing hall exhibits) 1.

2.

EXHIBITORS ARE REQUESTED TO HAVE THEIR ENTRY LISTS IN THE HANDS OF THE SECRETARY NO LATER THAN FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 8th, 2017 • This will ensure that entry tickets can be picked up when exhibits are brought to the hall • Entry tickets can be mailed in advance, upon request, and upon receipt of SASE by TUESDAY AUGUST 29th, 2017. • Correct address must be given on each entry form submitted by an exhibitor. This will be the address to which prize money will be mailed if it is not picked up by the exhibitor at the end of fair weekend. The Society will deduct an entry fee of 10% of all prize money won. The 10% entry fee does not apply to prize money in Junior entry classes.

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Exhibitors are limited to one exhibit in each section

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ALL EXHIBITS MUST BE THE WORK OF THE EXHIBITOR AND EXHIBITOR ONLY

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Exhibits are to be brought to the hall either Wednesday Sept. 13th between 7:00 and 9:00 pm, or Thursday Sept. 14th between 8:30 and 11:00 am. NO ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER 11:00 am on Thursday. Entries must be tagged, placed and ready for judging, not later than 11:00 am on Thursday.

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The Society will take all reasonable precautions to ensure the safety of articles exhibited, but should any article be accidentally damaged, lost or stolen, the Society will not be responsible for the value thereof.

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The judges will use the discretionary power of withholding or reducing the prizes if, in their opinion, the articles exhibited do not merit them. The judges may also recommend additional awards if they consider them necessary. The judges’ decision is final.

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The Directors reserve the right, if from any causes, receipts for the year are not sufficient to pay the prize list in full, to pay such portion as the Board deems possible after paying necessary expenses.

10. The prizes for Section Awards are given to the exhibitor winning most points. In the event of a tie, the most firsts in the section will win. 11. While the Society will use every reasonable precaution for the protection of the public and exhibitors, they will not be responsible for accidents. 12. Any exhibitor violating any of the above rules will forfeit his or her prize money.

At the close of the exhibition, exhibitors must take charge of their exhibits and remove them immediately. No exhibits may be removed from the hall before 5:00 pm on Sunday Sept 17. Any items not picked up by 5:30 pm Sunday will be left unattended.

13. It is recommended that due to the length of the fair, care should be taken regarding the consumption of all exhibited food products. 14. Exhibitors must comply with all copyright laws. 15. Sponsorship is subject to change. *** A star (*) next to an entry description indicates exhibits pertaining to our theme ***

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Junior category prizes will be paid in cash and can be picked up on Sunday afternoon, after 4:30 pm.

2017 Colouring Contest

Every attempt will be made to have cheques for all other categories and exhibitors ready for pick up when items are being picked up at the exhibit hall. Please check in when coming to get your items.

Copies can be found on page 54 or printed from our website.

All Homecrafts entry information is also available on our website at www.actonfair.ca - any last minute changes or corrections will be posted there – if there are any discrepancies, the information shown on the website will be considered correct and final. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Entry forms can be printed from our website at www.actonfair.ca

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NO SMOKING ON FAIR GROUNDS

Come to the Exhibit Hall on Saturday September 16th.

Win great prizes!

2017 Homecrafts Directors Margaret Aitken, Judy Burtney, Carmela Cobham, Cathy Gerrow, Ann Hamilton, Pearl Harris, Theresa Lockerbie, Hilda Looyenga, Kathryn Lynch, Sherrill Macpherson, Fran Morris, Heather Morris-Stokes, Marilyn Murray, Bruce Owen, Kristy Phillips, Shiloh Powell, Julia Roehrig, Yvette Simpson, John Walsma, Mary Walsma

2017 Homecrafts Executive President – Fran Morris | Past President –Theresa Lockerbie Secretary – Heather Morris-Stokes | Treasurer – Hilda Looyenga

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Acton Fall Fair 2017 - Registration Form Return to: Secretary-Acton Agricultural Society 30 Park Ave., Acton ON L7J 2Y5 or by e-mail to actonfair@hotmail.com Forms can also be left in the mailbox on the wall outside the Ag Office, inside the Dufferin Rural Heritage Building located at 30 Park Ave. in Prospect Park, or in the outside mailbox at the side of the Dufferin building. To the Secretary: I the undersigned, intend to exhibit articles at the Acton Fall Fair and do hereby certify that they are entered in accordance with the Rules and Regulations contained in the Prize List and agree to be governed by the said Rules and Regulations.

IF YOU ARE SUBMITTING YOUR ENTRIES IN ADVANCE PLEASE INDICATE YOUR CHOICE FOR TAG PREPARATION

Exhibitor’s Signature ___________________________________ Date _________________________ In the case of junior exhibitors, form must be signed by a parent or guardian. Exhibitor Number ________________________________ Name ___________________________________________ Address _________________________________________ ________________________________________________ Postal Code______________________ Phone ____________________________

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SECTION

a) I will do my own tags ________ OR b) Please have my tags ready for pick up when I bring in my entries ___________ For option B forms must be rec’d by Sept. 13, 2017 OR c) I have enclosed an S.A.S.E. Please mail my tags ___________ For option C forms must be rec’d by Aug. 30, 2017

DESCRIPTION ***Only one entry per section, per exhibitor. Please use one line per entry

ENTRIES MUST BE IN PLACE, READY FOR JUDGING, NO LATER THAN 11:00 am on Thursday September 14, 2017. Entries can be brought to the building on Wednesday Sept 13th between 7:00 and 9:00pm or Thursday morning after 9:00am. We encourage you to submit your form by Mon. Sept. 11. Would you like to make a donation to our fundraising efforts from your prize money? Please indicate the amount by completing the appropriate box. Donations of $10.00 or more will receive a receipt for income tax purposes.

FLAT DOLLAR AMOUNT $ ________

Percentage of winnings _______ %

Total Prize Money

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ts en Ev f o le u ed h Sc ir Fa ll Fa n to Ac Friday, September 15, 2017

Sunday, September 17, 2017

« Education Day «

8:00 am - Gates Open

10:00 am to 2:00 pm For school children - including home schooled & home daycares. Seniors and pre-school children welcome. Children must be accompanied by an adult Unaccompanied children will not be permitted to attend Education Day activities Educational Displays & Demonstrations Wagon Rides - Interactive Learning

4:00 pm - Gates Open to Public Full midway in operation; exotic and domestic birds and farm animals in Poultry and Ag Awareness Tents, Homecraft exhibits in main building - junior work, school work, baking, plants, flowers, antiques, crafts & hobbies

7:00 pm - Heavy Horse Pull 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm Itchy and Scratchy Band at the Spot in the Park

8:00 pm - Miss Acton Fall Fair Pageant & Opening Ceremonies featuring Acton Citizens Band

Saturday, September 16, 2017 8:00 am - Gates Open A full day of events, including midway, food booths, vendors, beef cattle show, 4H shows, poultry show, light horse show, field exhibits, horseshoe pitching, heavy horse show, pony rides, Ag Awareness Tent & more!

10:00 am - Dog/Horse Barrel Races (10:00 am, 1:00 and 4:00 pm)

10:30 am - Baby Show | Beef Cattle Show 11:00 am - Heavy Horse Show Followed by Light Horse Show

1:30-3:00pm - Joseph and Pierre Arsenault Live on the Dufferin Stage

6:00 pm - Garden Tractor Pull 7:00 - 10:00 pm - Practically Hip 7:30 pm - Acton’s own Wes Mason Live on the Dufferin Stage

Daily events feature Antique Tractor Pull, 4x4 Truck Pulls, Mini Pedal Pull for the kids, Dairy Cattle Show, Pet Show, Petting Zoo and the midway!

11:00 am - Dog Agility Show (11:00 am, 1:00 and 3:00 pm)

11:00 am - Miniature Horse Show 11:00 am - Pet Show NEW - Adult classes this year! 1:00 pm - Kids Pedal Pull beside the Dufferin Centre

1:30-3:00pm - Golden Country Classics Live on the Dufferin Stage

5:00 to 6:00 pm pick up Homecraft exhibits. Entries will NOT be ready for pick up before 5:00 pm. We need time to take down and organize all entries. Please be sure to stop by the office and pick up your prize cheque and cash prize envelopes for the junior categories.

Admissions

(Prices incl. HST)

Adults Seniors & Students Children, 12 and under Children under 5 Limited Disabled Parking

$9.00 $8.00 $4.00 Free $5.00

3 Day Pass $20.00 - Advance Sales Only 3 one day admissions - no refunds. Available at most local banks. Advance Sales start late August.

No dogs allowed on fair grounds In effort to comply with safety regulations, we cannot allow pet dogs on the fair grounds. Service dogs & show dogs performing in demonstrations are excepted. Those bringing dogs for the Pet Show on Sunday will be asked to leave immediately following the show, with re-entry privileges.

WATCH SATURDAY & SUNDAY AFTERNOON FOR LOCAL BALLOON ARTIST JOHN FARQUHAR

Be sure to watch our website for updates and additions to our schedule! www.actonfair.ca

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Class 52 Grain

Class 53 Class 54 Commercial Hay Field Competition

COMMITTEE: Mary Walsma (519-853-2098) RULES: Entries in sections 1-6 shall be labeled according to variety. Judging to take place, Thursday, September 14th, 2017 in the hall. Entries will not be included in judging, if quality does not meet standards. Prizes: 1st $15.00, 2nd $12.00, 3rd $10.00, 4th $8.00, 5th $5.00 Section: 1. ½ bushel Winter Wheat 2. ½ bushel mixed grain, commercial mixture 3. ½ bushel oats 4. ½ bushel barley, 6 rowed 5. ½ bushel barley, 2 rowed 6. 6 cobs of grain corn 7. Display of 6 stalks ensilage corn 8. Feed grain – ½ bushel combine grain (must not be cleaned or altered) 9. Soybeans, 6 plants

COMMITTEE: Mary Walsma (519-853-2098) RULES: Each exhibit to consist of approx. a 10” slice Entry fee: 10% to be deducted from winnings Prizes: 1st $15.00, 2nd $12.00, 3rd $10.00, 4th $8.00, 5th $5.00 Section: 1. First cut hay – 85% or more alfalfa 2. First cut hay – mixed hay 3. First cut hay – 85% or more grass 4. Second cut hay – legume, 85% or more legume

COMMITTEE: Mary Walsma (519-853-2098) Prizes: 1st $5.00, 2nd $4.00, 3rd $3.00, 4th $2.00, 5th $1.00 Section: 1. Best decorated bale of hay 2. Tallest stalk of corn (no roots) 3. Tallest sunflower (no roots) 4.S. ACTON BIA SPECIAL LARGEST SUNFLOWER HEAD 1st - $15 BIA Bucks 2nd - $10 BIA Bucks 3rd - $5 BIA Bucks 5. Weirdest shape of vegetable 6. Largest ear of corn (no husk) 7. Largest carrot (no top) 8. Largest potato 9. Longest Zucchini 10. Tallest Weed

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Class 55 - Roots, Fruits and Vegetables COMMITTEE: Mary Walsma (519-853-2098) Bruce Owen RULES: All entries to be displayed on foil or paper plates, unless otherwise directed. Prizes: 1st $5.00, 2nd $4.00, 3rd $3.00 Section: 1. 3 ears of corn 2. 3 carrots (long, leave ½” top) 3. 3 carrots (less than 5”, leave ½” top) 4. 3 parsnips 5. 3 cobs of Indian corn 6. 3 table beets, topped 7. 3 onions (yellow) 8. 3 onions (Spanish) 9. 1 pint pickling onions 10. 3 onions (white) 11. 3 peppers, sweet 12. 3 peppers, hot (same variety) 13. 3 tomatoes, beefsteak (stems on) 14. 3 tomatoes, named, any other variety (stems on) 15. 12 cherry tomatoes (stems on) 16. 3 tomatoes, Roma (stems on) 17. 3 leeks 18. 3 pears, any variety 19. 3 garlic roots 20. Small pot of chives 21. 1 head Swiss Chard 22. 1 head broccoli 23. 1 eggplant 24. 3L basket of McIntosh apples 25. 1 head kale 26. 3 pickling beets (up to 5 ½“ long) 27. 2 cucumbers, slicing or table 28. 3 cucumbers, pickling 29. 2 yams (sweet potatoes) 30. 1 common field pumpkin

31. 1 head red cabbage 32. 1 head Savoy cabbage 33. 1 head late cabbage 34. 3 beans, pole 35. 3 green beans, bush 36. 3 yellow beans 37. 1 Zucchini squash (max. of 10”) 38. 1 pepper or acorn squash 39. 1 butternut squash 40. 1 hubbard squash 41. 1 any other variety of squash, named 42. 1 spaghetti squash 43. 1 buttercup squash 44. 3 bunches of grapes, any variety 45. 1 pie type pumpkin 46. 1 Swede turnip, table type 47. 3 Onions (red) 48. 1 any other fruit not listed above 49. Collection of ornamental gourds from garden (minimum of 6 different varieties) displayed as table centerpiece 50. 3L basket white potatoes, named 51. 3L basket red potatoes, named 52. 3L basket other variety of potatoes, named 53. 1 any other vegetable not listed above 54. Selection of 3 different varieties of herbs, named and displayed in container of water 55. 3 varieties of apples, 2 of each variety, named and arranged for display in serving bowl or decorative basket 56S. VEGETARIAN STEW SPECIAL 6 or more fresh vegetables that would be used in a stew, arranged for display in a stew pot. To be judged on condition of vegetables, variety & general attractiveness of display

Prize Money: 1st donated by ACTON HOME HARDWARE 2nd $10.00, 3rd $8.00, 4th $5.00 57S. ACTON BIA SPECIAL HEALTHY CHOICE BASKET An attractively arranged group of at least 5 of the following (broccoli, spinach, carrots, sweet potatoes, leeks, apples, berries, grapes, pears, cantaloupe) must include both fresh fruits and vegetables in a container of your choice. To be judged on the condition of the fruits and vegetables, the variety and general attractiveness of display. Acton Farmer’s Market Special Prizes: 1st - $15 BIA Bucks 2nd - $10 BIA Bucks 3rd - $5 BIA Bucks 58. ROOTS, FRUITS & VEGETABLE MOST POINTS AWARD A $20 prize will be awarded to the exhibitor with the most points in Class 55 - Roots, Fruits & Vegetables 59. SOBEYS JUDGES’ CHOICE AWARD – A $25 Sobeys gift card will be awarded to the exhibitor the Judge chooses BEST IN CLASS 55. Prize donated by Acton’s Sobeys 60S. LARGEST JACK-O-LANTERN PUMPKIN SPECIAL Ages 5 - 10 11 - 16 Prizes: 1st $15.00, 2nd $10.00, 3rd $5.00 for each age group Sponsored by Doug & Theresa Lockerbie

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Class 56 - Wine COMMITTEE IN CHARGE: Heather Morris-Stokes (519-853-3124) Stan Stokes RULES: • All entries must be homemade by exhibitor, no brew stores entries accepted. • Bottles must be standard 750ml wine bottle, unless otherwise stated, with cork or screw cap. • Each entry bottle (not labeled) must be accompanied by a display bottle with label. Entry fee: 10% to be deducted from all winnings. Prizes (sections 1-5): 1st $25, 2nd $15, 3rd $10 Section: 1. White Table Wine, from grapes or concentrate 2. Country Wine, made from any fruit except grapes 3. Social Wine – non-dinner wines,

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Do you want to learn more about how Wine is judged or watch the judging process, including tips on your entry? If so exhibitors are welcome to come to our Wine Judging Evening, on Thursday, September 14, 2017 at 7:00 PM. Please contact Heather in advance to confirm your attendance. Participants are asked to bring a non-perishable food donation for the Food Bank. Wine judges for this event are accredited judges through the Provincial Association.

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Class 57 - Baking

COMMITTEE: Hilda Looyenga (519-853-4671) Margaret Aitken, Carmela Cobham, Ann Hamilton RULES: • ALL EXHIBITS TO BE WORK OF EXHIBITOR AND EXHIBITOR ONLY. • No mixes allowed or purchased pie filler or pastry allowed. • No items higher or wider than 10 inches. • All entries exhibited on small disposable plates, Styrofoam trays or foil covered cardboard and covered with plastic when possible, unless other directions given. • Entry tags must be attached firmly to plate (suggest – punch hole in plate and attach tag with bread tie.)

Section: 1-4 Prizes: 1st $5.00, 2nd $4.00, 3rd $3.00 Sections 1 - 4 1. Favourite dinner roll/bun, 3 2. Bread Machine Loaf - your favourite receipe, 1/2 loaf 3. Tea biscuits, 3 4. Tea Biscuits with ham and cheese, 3

at the Acton Fall Fair” Prizes: 1st $15.00, 2nd $10.00, 3rd $5.00 8. Chocolate chip cookies, 3 9. Butterscotch Cookies, 3 10. Snickerdoodle Cookies, 3 11. Shortbread cookies, 3 12S.*SECRETARY’S SPECIAL Your favourite NANAIMO BARS. 8 X 8 or 9 X 9 pan of your favourite Nanaimo bar recipe. Judging will be based on the personal taste preference of the Fair Secretary Jill Medland with the help of the assistant secretary Trish Somerville. Use your imagination for the middle layer - these don’t have to be the traditional recipe, originally from Nanaimo, BC. Prizes: 1st - $15.00, 2nd - $10.00, 3rd - $5.00 to be paid by Jill Medland, and 3 winning entries to be retained to share in the fair office! 13S.CROSBY MOLASSES COOKIES 3, with recipe Sponsored by Crosby Molasses Co.Ltd. www.crosbys.com Cookies must include a minimum of ¼ cup of molasses. Cookies to be judged on taste, texture and creative use of a recipe. Label from product container to be submitted with cookies. Prize: 1st $10.00, 2nd $7.00, 3rd $3.00

QUICK BREADS AND COOKIES

PIES AND TARTS

RULES: • Cookies to be exhibited on small paper plates • Muffins with no paper liners.

Section: 14-18 Prizes: 1st $5.00, 2nd $4.00, 3rd $3.00 14. Butter Tarts, no nuts, no fruit, 3 15. Pecan Pie, 1 slice 16. Blueberry Pie, 1 slice 17S.ACTON OPTICAL BUTTER TARTS, with raisins, 12, to be judged by Nancy Wilkes.1st place tarts to be retained by Nancy Wilkes of Acton Optical Sponsored by Acton Optical Prizes: 1st $15.00, 2nd $6.00, 3rd $4.00 18S.JOHN HOPKINS APPLE PIE SPECIAL 8” or 9” whole pie. Pie to be judged by John Hopkins. 1st prize $10.00 donated by John Hopkins, pie to be retained by judge on day of judging

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BREADS AND BUNS – YEAST RULES: • Bread and buns to be exhibited in clear plastic bags.

Section: 5-11 Prizes: 1st $5.00, 2nd $4.00, 3rd $3.00 5. Morning Glory Muffins, 3 6S. *CRISCO BLUEBERRY MUFFINS, (3) Recipe to be included using Crisco Product - “Friend of the Fairs” Country Baking Contests 2017 sponsor’s Crisco ® www.criscocanada.com 1st Prize - $25.00 Gift Certificate 2nd Prize - $10.00 Gift Certificate 7S. *JOSEPH HAMILTON MEMORIAL SPECIAL - Sugar Cookies, 3 Sponsored by Ann Hamilton Decorated with theme: “CANADA GOOSE - Celebrate Canada’s 150th

CAKES AND LOAVES RULES: • Cakes to be exhibited on foil covered squares. • Loaves to be half from a 8” X 3” (minimum size) loaf pan - may be larger if baker wants. Section: 19-22 Prizes: 1st $5.00, 2nd $4.00, 3rd $3.00 19. Lemon Loaf 20. Carrot Loaf 21. Date Loaf 22. Banana Chocolate Chip Loaf 23S.*SMOOTH SOLUTIONS CUPCAKE SPECIAL 3 cupcakes, iced, decorated for theme – “CANADA GOOSE - Celebrate Canada’s 150th at the Acton Fall Fair” 1st Prize: a gift certificate from Smooth Solutions 24S.CROSBY MOLASSES CAKE (including gingerbread), 9” x 9” size, with recipe Sponsored by Crosby Molasses Co. Ltd. www.crosbys.com Cake must include a minimum of ¼ cup of molasses. To be judged on taste, texture and creative use of a recipe. Label from product container to be submitted with cake. Prizes: 1st $10.00, 2nd $7.00, 3rd $3.00 25S.* ICED CAKE SPECIAL decorated for Fair theme, “CANADA GOOSE - Celebrate Canada’s 150th at the Acton Fall Fair” Decorating only to be judged. May use Styrofoam base, less than 10” please. Prizes: 1st $10.00, 2nd $7.00, 3rd $3.00 26S.ACTON Y’S MENETTES SPECIAL (open to seniors only) Oatmeal raisin cookies, 3 Prizes: 1st $5.00, 2nd $3.00, 3rd $2.00 27S.* SHOWCASE SPECIAL RECIPE Prizes: 1st $10.00, 2nd $8.00, 3rd $5.00 Goose Poop, 3 using the following recipe: makes 6 dozen or 12 (6 cookie) servings 4 egg whites, at room temperature 1/2 teaspoon Cream of Tartar 1 cup sugar

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Class 57 - Baking 1 teaspoon Pure Vanilla Extract 25 to 30 drops of green food coloring Directions: 1) Preheat oven to 225ºF. 2) Beat egg whites in large bowl with electric mixer on medium speed until frothy. (If using a freestanding mixer, use wire whisk attachment) 3) Add cream of tartar; beat until soft peaks form. 4) Increase speed to medium-high. Add sugar, 1 tablespoon at a time, beating until sugar is dissolved and stiff peaks form. 5) Beat in extract and food colour until well blended. 6) Drop by rounded measuring teaspoonfuls about 1 inch apart onto 2 large foil-lined baking sheets sprayed with no stick cooking spray. 7) Bake both sheets of meringues at the same time 45 minutes. Turn oven off. Let meringues stand in oven 1 hour or until completely cooled.

28S. PRESIDENT’S SPECIAL “Meatballs”, 24 -made with MEAT - to be judged by Brian Kuechler (not a vegetarian!), Acton Ag Society President. Appearance will be considered. Should be on disposable plate and covered. Winning “Meatballs” will be retained on day of judging. 1st prize: $20.00 donated by President 29S.* THEME SPECIAL CANADA GOOSE - Celebrate Canada’s 150th at the Acton Fall Fair - Exhibit any 2 of the baked items, chosen from our *theme* items, attractively displayed, including 2 theme related items, eg. kitchen item, linens and etc. Not wider or higher than 10”. Prizes: 1st $10.00, 2nd $8.00, 3rd $5.00 30. P&H MILLING GROUP - BREADS, BUNS & COOKIES AWARD (formerly Dover Industries), Mill St., Acton, will donate 10 kg all-purpose flour to the exhibitor winning the most points in the Baking Class, Section 1-13 incl.

31. P&H MILLING GROUP - PIES, TARTS, CAKES & LOAVES AWARD (formerly Dover Industries), Mill St., Acton, will donate 10 kg all-purpose flour to the exhibitor winning the most points in the Baking Class, Sections 14-29 incl. 32. SAUNDERS BAKERY, ROCKWOOD BEST OF SHOW AWARD - $25.00 and a $25 gift certificate will be awarded to the item chosen by our Fair’s Baking Judge as the “Best of Show”. All baking entries are eligible. Winner of the 2016 Best of Show Award was Nan Gates. 33. BAKING AWARD A special $20.00 prize will be awarded to the exhibitor winning the most total points in CLASS 57 – BAKING. Last year’s winner was Nan Gates. 34S.ROBIN HOOD FAMILY FAVOURITE - Honey Pineapple Bread - Recipe to be included using Robin Hood Product “Friend of the Fairs” Country Baking Contests 2017 sponsor’s Robin Hood ® Flour www.robinhood.ca 1st Prize - $25.00 Gift Certificate 2nd Prize - $10.00 Gift Certificate

Class 58 - Rural Products COMMITTEE: Marg Aitken (519-856-9760) Heather Morris-Stokes (519-853-3124), Troy Laroche SECTION 1-6 RULES: • Egg entries are to be brought to the Agricultural Society building by 9:30 am on Saturday morning, Sept 16, 2017. • Judging, with commentary, is open to the public. • All eggs are to be home/farm produced. • Only one entry per farm in each section. • No store-bought entries please. • All eggs are to be shown in clean, commercial produced egg cartons, placed pointed end down. • Eggs will be judged on uniformity of shape, size, shell colour and texture. At

least one egg from each dozen will be cracked open for inspection of yolk and white consistency and to determine freshness. Entries will not be weighed or candled.

Section 1-6 Prizes: Eggs: 1st $4.00, 2nd $3.00, 3rd $2.00 1. ½ dozen white eggs (Medium, Large or Extra Large) 2. ½ dozen brown eggs (Medium, Large or Extra Large) 3. ½ dozen Bantam eggs (Small) (brown or white – do not mix colours) 4. ½ dozen blue or green eggs (any size) 5. ½ dozen eggs, colours not mentioned above, any size

6. ½ dozen duck eggs, any colour, any size 7. ALLTRO DISTRIBUTION & TRANSPORTATION OVERALL CHAMPION EGG Sponsored by Alltro Distribution & Transportation, Georgetown Entry, chosen by judge, will receive $15.00 Special Award 8. ALLTRO DISTRIBUTION & TRANSPORTATION RESERVE CHAMPION EGG Sponsored by Alltro Distribution & Transportation, Georgetown Entry, chosen by judge, will receive $10.00 Special Award.

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Class 59 - Antiques COMMITTEE: Theresa Lockerbie (519-856-4183), Sherrill Macpherson RULES: Exhibits must be the property of the Exhibitor. Exhibits must be at least approx. 50 years old. Condition and age will be considered. Small cracks or flaws will not disqualify an entry. • One entry per person per section • Amateurs only may enter – no dealers • No article is to exceed 8” in height and 12” in diameter Not responsible for loss or damage Prizes: 1st $5.00, 2nd $4.00, 3rd $3.00

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JEWELLERY & ACCESSORIES RULES: • All jewellery to be displayed in a box Section: 1. Ladies fashion comb 2. Man’s wristwatch 3. Jade jewellery 4. Tie clip or pin 5. Art Deco bracelet CHINA & GLASS Section: 6. Tumbler with etched design 7. Clear glass salt & pepper shakers 8. Article commemorating 1967 9. Tobby mug 10. Pint sealer 11. China pie server 12. Sherry glass

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COLLECTABLES Section: 13. Music box (no larger than 8” X 12”) 14. Lighter 15. Nesting dolls 16. Flask 17. 3 Ladies handkerchief 18. Fountain Pen 19. Harmonica 20. Book by Canadian Author 21. Article of Tatting 22. Sheet music of O Canada 23. Kitchen apron 24. Tea caddy 25. 3 glass buttons, mounted 26. one pair of wooden knitting needles 27. Oldest wedding invitation 28. Oldest license plate 29. Article made in Canada (no larger than 8” X 12”) 30. Item from Grampa’s Coat Pocket 31S. ACTON OPTICAL SPECIAL Magnifying Glass Prize: $10.00 Sponsored by: Nancy Wilkes R.O., Acton Optical 32. SOBEYS AWARD New Exhibitor with the most points who has never exhibited in the Antique section at the Acton Fall Fair. PLEASE MARK YOUR TAG “New Exhibitor” Prize: $25 Sobeys gift card donated by Acton’s Sobeys 33. ANTIQUES AWARD A $20 prize will be awarded to the exhibitor with the most points in Class 59 - Antique. 2015 & 2016 winners are ineligible

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Class 60 - Canned & Preserved Products COMMITTEE: Marilyn Murray (519-853-1515) RULES: • All entries must be the work of the exhibitor only. • Container is to be opened by the judge. • Entry tickets must be attached to jar with elastic band or string. • Exhibits must be sealed property and in size of jar indicated. • No wax on jars. • No decorations on lids. JAMS AND JELLIES (in pint sealers or 8-9 oz. jars) Prizes: 1st $5.00, 2nd $4.00, 3rd $3.00 Section: 1. Peach Jam 2. Strawberry Jam 3. Strawberry Rhubarb Jam 4. Freezer Strawberry Jam 5. Freezer Peach Jam 6. Apple Jelly 7. Red or Green Pepper Jelly 8. Peach Raspberry Jam 9. Blueberry Jam CANNED FRUIT (in pint sealers) Prizes: 1st $5.00, 2nd $4.00, 3rd $3.00 Section: 10. Applesauce 11. Peaches 12. Cranberries 13. Pears PICKLES & RELISHES (preferred in pint sealers but will accept 8-9 oz. jars) Prizes: 1st $5.00, 2nd $4.00, 3rd $3.00 Section: 14. Harvest Relish (your own combination) 15. Zucchini Relish 16. Hot Dog Relish 17. Sweet Pickles (9 day) 18. Dill Pickles (may be in quart jars) 19. Bread and Butter Pickles 20. Pickled Beets 21. Herb Vinegar (in fancy bottle, to be tasted) 22. Fruit Chili Sauce 23. Chili Sauce 24. Mild Salsa 25. Hot Salsa 26. Peach Salsa

DECORATIVE DISPLAYS Prizes: 1st $5.00, 2nd $4.00, 3rd $3.00 Section: 27. * “Canada’s 150th Birthday” - a birthday basket to celebrate Canada’s 150th Birthday to include two decorated jars of a red jam and a red jelly and memorabilia from years gone by or any souvenir from around Canada. Also include a small Canadian flag and a baked item to celebrate the occasion. 28. HOUSE WARMING GIFT BASKET - in a basket of your choice, place two decorated jars of any items in Class 60 and items of baking. Also useful gifts for the new kitchen. 29. * CANADA GOOSE - Celebrate Canada’s 150th at the Acton Fall Fair Two decorated jars in the theme décor. (not to be tasted) 30. BERNARDIN “BEST IN SHOW” HOME CANNING AWARD To qualify, exhibitors must have placed 1st, 2nd or 3rd in a minimum of 3 home canning classes, 1-26 above. Prizes will be awarded to exhibitors with the highest points in these sections, provided entries adhere to the following guidelines: Presentation in a Mason jar designed for home canning and sealed with 2- piece metal closure designed for home canning. Exhibit a strong seal with lids curing downward. Labeled with product name, date of preparation, processing method and time (e.g., boiling water, pressure canner). Prepared within one year of judging date. Accompanied by a list of main ingredients used in the recipe. Prizes: 1st - $30 Gift Certificate plus fair winner certificate and ribbon. www.bernardin.ca 31S. BERNARDIN GIFT PACK COMPETITION - Entries must include at least 3 filled Mason Jars and sealed with Bernardin SNAP Lid or Bernardin Collection Elite SNAP lids – at least one of which must be sealed, home-canned food, adhering to the guidelines described in 30 above. Entries must be submitted in appropriate container (not necessarily a basket, i.e. baking pan). Entries may be

decorated for any theme (holiday, get well, etc.) and may include appropriate additional items such as soap, candles, candy, soup mixes, related food, craft or gift. Judges select winner based on creativity, quality of home canned product, perceived value & appropriateness of presentation. 1st prize $20.00 Gift Certificate plus Rosette Prize Ribbon Bernardin National Gift Pack Competition: First place winner of Bernardin Gift Pack Competition from our fair will be entered into the National Competition by our fair committee. 1st Place $100.00 2nd & 3rd runner up $25.00 each 32S. BERNARDIN SNAP LID / MASON JAR CREATIVE CRAFT AWARD – Best decorative or functional homemade craft made using Bernardin mason jar(s) and/ or 2-piece Snap Lid. 1st prize- $20.00 Gift Certificate plus rosette prize ribbon. 33S. CROSBY MOLASSES CO. LTD. BBQ SAUCE made with molasses Sponsored by (www.crosbys.com) • 1 pint with recipe • Sauce must include a minimum of ¼ cup of molasses. • To be judged on taste, texture and creative use of a recipe. Prize: 1st - $10.00, 2nd - $7.00, 3rd - $3.00 34S.“GIFT BASKET FOR A SPECIAL FRIEND” – In Memory of Janet Marshall (Janet was part of the Canned & Preserved Committee for over 30 years) Sponsored by Marilyn Murray In a container of your choice, place 2 decorative jars from the pickles and relishes section along with a gift suitable for your friend and include yellow roses (real or artificial) in display. This decorative may be for any occasion, e.g. birthday, house warming, Christmas, etc. Prize: 1st $15.00, 2nd $10.00, 3rd $5.00 35. CANNED & PRESERVED AWARD A $20 prize will be awarded to the exhibitor with the most points in Class 60 – Canned & Preserved

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Class 61 - Plants & Flowers RULES: • All exhibits are to be the work of the exhibitor. Amateurs only. • Entry tickets must be properly signed and tied to exhibit by elastic or string. • Decision of the judges shall be final and the judges may withhold any award if in their opinion, it is not worthy. • So your exhibit will not be disqualified for a minor infraction of the rules, have no more or no less than the number of stalks, blooms or plants specified. Please read rules carefully. • Any bud showing colour is classed as one bloom. • All exhibits should be in suitable containers to prevent tipping when handled by the judge or committee. • One entry per person per section. • All due care will be taken, but no responsibility will be assumed for loss or breakage, • All material to be home grown except when noted. Helpful Hints for Preparing Materials Cut flowers and foliage the evening before the show or in the early morning. • Flowers stay fresher and show better if there are no leaves in the container. • Make a fresh slanting cut at the end of the stems for maximum water intake. • Place in a wide bucket in deep warm water, preferably overnight. • Store in a dark, humid, draft-free place. • Some cut flowers, foliage and woody materials do not readily absorb water and require further treatment to prevent wilting. Woody branches may benefit from splitting cut ends and some need the thick outer layer removed as well. • Some cut flowers (e.g. poppies) benefit from burning the stem ends while others benefit by placing stem ends in boiling water or from chemicals in the water. About 2 tbsp, of glycerin in 4L of water, or florists crystals may be beneficial. Details are also available in flower arranging books. • Removal of dust, stains and other

foreign objects from blooms and foliage enhances the exhibit. • Re-cut stem ends before placing in show containers Prize money: 1st $5.00, 2nd $4.00, 3rd $3.00

POTTED PLANTS RULES: • All exhibits in this class must be potted at least two weeks before the fair. Section: 1. Ivy, any variety, equipped to hang. 2. Trailing plant grown for foliage, ready to hang. 3. Any house plant, grown for flowers, in bloom, named 4. Spider Plant 5. Geranium, in bloom, one plant, outdoor 6. Fern, any variety 7. African Violet, single bloom, any colour 8. Plant grown primarily for foliage 9. Potted herb, named 10. Orchid, in bloom 11. Aloe plant 12. An unusual plant, named 13. MEADOWVILLE GARDEN CENTRE POTTED PLANTS AWARD - Exhibitor with the most points in sections 1-12 will receive a $15.00 Gift Certificate.

CUT FLOWERS RULES: • All flowers in this section should be displayed in vases that will not fall over. • Foliage is to be used to enhance the flowers. • Only flowers will be judged. Prize: 1st $5.00, 2nd $4.00, 3rd $3.00 Section: 14. Rose, stem & foliage, any colour 15. A red Rose, stem and foliage 16. Floating Fantasy - Clear glass bowl one flower head should float freely 17. Cosmos, any colour 3 blooms 18. Rose, miniature, 1 spray, any colour, foliage attached 19. Chrysanthemums, 2 stems, same colour

20. Hydrangea, 3 stems 21. Geranium, 3 flower heads, cut with own foliage 22. Gladiola, 1 spike in bloom 23. Rudibekia, 1 stem, multiple blooms 24. Marigolds, small dwarf, 3 blooms 25. Any cut flower not listed, 3 stems, same variety, named 26. Sunflower stem with 1 flower head, head under 5” 27. Sedum, 3 stems 28. Petunias, single, 3 sprays, I colour 29. Collection of hosta leaves 30. Snapdragons, mixed or one colour, 4 spikes 31. Coleus, 3 stems 32. Zinnias, 3 blooms 33. Ornamental Grasses, sedges or bamboo, 5 stems, may be mixed 34. Mixed collection of annuals, 5 different specimens, named 35. LOST HORIZONS. CUT FLOWERS AWARD Exhibitor with the most points in sections 14-34 will receive a $20.00 Gift Certificate

ARRANGEMENTS RULES: • All arrangements should be in suitable containers of the exhibitor’s choice except where noted. • Fresh Flowers (not necessarily grown by exhibitor) only except where noted. Prize: 1st $5.00, 2nd $4.00, 3rd $3.00 Section: 36. * An arrangement in a theme related container or a decorative poke relating to the theme. Not to exceed 12 inches around 37. “Afternoon Tea” An arrangement in a teacup with a saucer, suitable for an afternoon tea with the ladies. 38. Down Memory Lane – your interpretation 39. Sweet Dreams – miniature design, not to exceed 5 inches (12.5 cm) 40. “Churning Butter” - An arrangement using different shades of yellow. 41. “Beauty Without Bloom” – An arrangement using leaves only. 42. “Evergreen” - An arrangement using at least 3 varieties of evergreens.

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Class 61 - Plants & Flowers 43. “Fall Splendor” – Celebrate the harvest using flowers, fruits and vegetables, or a combination 44. BLOOMS AWAY FLOWER SHOP ARRANGEMENTS AWARD Exhibitor with the most points in sections 36-43 will receive a $25.00 Gift Certificate 45. THE FLOWER SHED JUDGE’S CHOICE ARRANGEMENTS AWARD A $15.00 gift card will be awarded to the exhibitor with the most outstanding arrangement in design sections 37-45. 46. REDS GARDEN CENTRE MOST POINTS PLANTS & FLOWERS AWARD Exhibitor with the most points in CLASS 61 PLANTS & FLOWERS will receive a $20.00 gift certificate 47S. SENIOR SPECIAL “HERB POT” $10.00 Prize - 2 or more herbs in a decorative pot. Sponsored by Theresa Lockerbie Rules: Exhibitors must be 60 years of age and older to exhibit in this section. Points will not be included in calculations for overall winners.

ACTON HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY SPECIALS Prize: 1st $5.00, 2nd $4.00, 3rd $3.00

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Section: 48S.“HORSE & BUGGY” an arrangement of roadside materials. 49S. 3 PERENNIALS, named

ACTON HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY JUNIOR PLANTS & FLOWERS SPECIALS RULES: For anyone under 16 yrs of age Prize Money: 1st $5.00, 2nd $4.00, 3rd $3.00 (no entry fee for junior classes)

Section: 50S.“COME PLAY WITH ME” An arrangement in a toy. Must be able to hold water. 51S. SUNFLOWER HEAD Head only, largest head. 52S.“COUNTRY WALK” An arrangement of wild flowers and grasses, no higher than 30 cm around, including container. The Judge will measure! 53S.“SQUIRREL’S HARVEST” An Arrangement of cones, nuts and evergreens, in a basket that can hold water, not to exceed 30 cm all around, including container

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Acton Fall Fair From Mayor Rick Bonnette and the Members of Halton Hills Council

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Class 62 - Needlework Quilts Theresa Lockerbie (519-856-4183), Shiloh Powell, Julia Roehrig ONTARIO ASSOCIATION OF AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES (O.A.A.S) ANNUAL CHAMPIONSHIP QUILT COMPETITION ~ ELIGIBILITY, RULES AND REGULATIONS GENERAL CONDITIONS: 1. Entries must be solely made and hand quilted or machine quilted by the exhibitor and exhibited and judged at a local (O.A.A.S.) Fair to be eligible for this competition. 2. Hand quilts must be a minimum of 324” measured on the perimeter. (Smaller quilts will not be eligible to proceed to the next level of competition) Machine quilts must be a minimum of 324” measured on the perimeter. Note, the quilt can be square, rectangular, etc. 3. Judging will occur at local Fairs and District level. A Provincial Grand Champion Quilt / Machine-Quilted will be selected at the annual O.A.A.S Convention. 4. Upon making an entry into the O.A.A.S. Quilt Competition, the exhibitor agrees to participate in any promotional activities related to the competition. 5. The winning O.A.A.S. Champion quilt will not be eligible to compete in any future District and/or Convention O.A.A.S. Competition. 6. The winner’s name and pattern to be displayed at the Fair on a sign provided by O.A.A.S. 7. Machine Quilts must have visible machine quilting. LOCAL FAIR COMPETITIONS Each Local Fair is entitled to send only one Grand Champion (judged Best of Show of All Classes) to the District Competition. OR If any entry wins Grand Champion Quilt or Best of All Eligible Quilts at more than one Fair, the other Fairs at which this quilt was entered and won, should enter their Reserve Champion or Second Best of Show of All Classes quilts in the District Competition, NOTE: If an exhibitor wins Grand Champion or Best of Show of All Eligible Quilts at other than his/her own Fair, or at more than one fair, the exhibitor must consider

the Agricultural Society nearest his/her home address as the one from which the quilt will be sent to the District Competition. An exhibitor who wins more than one Best of Show title with a different quilt at different fairs shall be entitled to enter each winning quilt to compete at District Competition. Local Homecrafts Divisions are required to judge a Grand Champion or Best of Show of All Eligible Quilts as well as Reserve Grand Champion or Second Best of Show of All Eligible Quilts for both Hand Quilting and Machine Quilting Classes. The Grand Champion and the Reserve Grand Champion are judged from All First and Second Prize Eligible Quilts.

DISTRICT COMPETITIONS Judging quilts at District Competition will be the responsibility of each O.A.A.S. District. The First place winning quilts from District Competitions are eligible to enter the O.A.A.S. Annual Championship at the Annual Convention. In cases where the winner of the District First Prize Quilt decides not to enter Final Championship Competition, the Second Prize Quilt at the District Competition will be eligible. Ribbons will be awarded at District level for First, Second and Third prize. O.A.A.S COMPETITION The Entry judged BEST OF SHOW at the February Convention will be declared the ONTARIO ASSOCIATION OF AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES CHAMPIONSHIP QUILT. A GRAND PRIZE will be awarded and the Exhibitor will retain ownership of the quilt. A Certificate and ribbon will also be awarded to the winner. The General Rules and Regulations as set out in the NEEDLECRAFTS RULES must be followed. If you desire to participate in the O.A.A.S Annual Championship Quilt Competition, please adhere to the measurements and all information regarding the Competition as set out in the beginning of Needlecrafts, under ONTARIO ASSOCIATION OF AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES (O.A.A.S) ANNUAL CHAMPIONSHIP QUILT COMPETITION ELIGIBILITY, RULES AND REGULATIONS GENERAL CONDITIONS.

Rules: • Unless otherwise specified, all work must be the work of the exhibitor. • Items must not be exhibited more than two years in a row. • Soiled entries and/or entries in disrepair will be disqualified. • Fabric swatches and samples of embroidery floss and yarn where used, must accompany all items. • Unless otherwise stated, all machine quilting must be done with a domestic sewing machine. • Include the pattern designer’s name and the name of quilt on the back of entry tag. • Attach entry tag with a safety pin. • Amateurs Only. An amateur is a person who engages in a hobby or an activity as a pastime, not a profession. QUILTS – LARGE HAND QUILTED Quilt must be 324 inches, measured on the perimeter. Prizes: 1st $10.00, 2nd $8.00, 3rd $6.00 Section: 1. Quilt, any method 2. Open Class Quilt, made and quilted by a group A quilt will be chosen from this quilt section to compete at District 5 Annual meeting.

QUILTS – SMALL HAND QUILTED Quilt smaller than 324”, measured on the perimeter. Prizes: 1st $10.00, 2nd $8.00, 3rd $6.00 Section: 3. Quilt, pieced 4. Quilt, appliqué 5. Crib quilt 6. Printed panel 7. Wall hanging

QUILTS – LARGE DOMESTIC MACHINE QUILTED Quilt must be 324”, measured on the perimeter. Section: 8. Quilt, any method 9. Quilt, with more than one technique A quilt will be chosen from this quilt section to compete at District 5 Annual meeting.

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Class 62 - Needlework Quilts QUILTS – SMALL DOMESTIC MACHINE QUILTED Quilt smaller than 324 inches, measured on the perimeter. Section: 10. Quilt, pieced 11. Quilt, appliqué 12. Quilt, with more than one technique 13. Crib quilt 14. Printed Panel 15. Wall hanging

MISCELLANEOUS QUILTED ITEMS Prizes: 1st $5.00, 2nd $4.00, 3rd $3.00 Section: 16. Quilt Top, any size 17. Lap Quilt / Throw (49X63 minimum) 18. My first quilt, any size 19. Quilt block, mounted 20. Tied Quilt, any technique (tied quilts must be three layers) 21. Memory quilt, any size - hand, tied or machine quilted (short note attached telling the story) 22. * Quilted item based on the 2017 Fair theme 23. Row by Row quilt (minimum 8 rows)

HALTON HILLS QUILTERS GUILD SPECIAL donated by the HH Quilters Guild Prizes: 1st $10.00, 2nd $8.00, 3rd $7.00

Section: 24S. QUILT, minimum size 60” x 80”, any design, hand or machine quilted, by either exhibitor or by another 25S. WALL QUILT, traditional design, not to exceed 200”, must be completely made and quilted by exhibitor. 26S. WALL QUILT, abstract or representational, not to exceed 200”, must be designed by exhibitor, will be judged on innovative design, unusual use of materials and stitches, piecing, embellishments as well as quilting and finishing. 27S. AGE 16 YRS & UNDER SPECIAL An article of quilting, must be completely made by exhibitor.

VICKIBEES’ LONG ARM QUILTING SPECIAL Prizes donated by Vicki Brigden 1st $12.00, 2nd $9.00, 3rd $7.00 Long Armer’s name must be on label. 2016 winner ineligible.

No maximum size. 29. LONG ARM QUILT, SMALL Quilt can be appliquéd, pieced, whole cloth, or any other technique, long armed. Quilt to be judged on best use of freehand long arming to enhance the overall design, and workmanship of the quilt. Minimum 160” outside perimeter Maximum 240” outside perimeter

NORTHCOTT FABRIC QUILT AWARDS Prizes donated by Northcott Fabric Section: 30. A fabric prize of $25.00 will be awarded to the New Exhibitor with the most points. Please mark your tag “NEW EXHIBITOR”. 31. A fabric prize of $25.00 will be awarded to the Exhibitor with the most points in Hand Quilting 1-7 32. A fabric prize of $25.00 will be awarded to the Exhibitor with the most points in Machine Quilting 8-15

Section: 28S. LONG ARM QUILT, LARGE Quilt can be appliquéd, pieced, whole cloth or any other technique, long armed. Quilt to be judged on best use of freehand long arming to enhance the overall design, and workmanship of the quilt. Minimum size 241” outside perimeter.

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Class 63 - Needlework Small COMMITTEE: Julia Roehrig (519-853-4896), Theresa Lockerbie RULES: • Unless otherwise specified, all work must be the work of the exhibitor. • Items must not be exhibited more than two years in a row. • Soiled entries and/or entries in disrepair will be immediately disqualified. • Attach entry tag with a safety pin. • Amateurs Only Please. An amateur is a person who engages in a hobby or an activity as a pastime, not a profession. KNITTED & CROCHETED ARTICLES Prizes: 1st $5.00, 2nd $4.00, 3rd $3.00 Section: 1. Afghan, knitted 2. Afghan, crocheted 3. Baby or child afghan, knitted 4. Baby or child afghan, crocheted 5. * Amigurumi - small stuffed creature, knitted or crocheted - CANADA GOOSE 6. Mermaid tail blanket 7. Any knitted or crocheted item not listed

KNITTED & CROCHETED CLOTHING Prizes: 1st $5.00, 2nd $4.00, 3rd $3.00 Section: 8. One pair socks, knitted 9. One pair fingerless gloves, knitted or crocheted 10. Child’s hat, knitted 11. Child’s hat, crocheted 12. Adult hat, knitted 13. Adult hat, crocheted 14. Child or baby’s sweater / cardigan, knitted or crocheted 15. Ladies’ shawl, knitted 16. Ladies’ shawl, crocheted 17. Adult scarf, knitted 18. Adult scarf, crocheted 19. Adult sweater, knitted or crocheted 20. Adult poncho, knitted or crocheted 21. * Wear Your Canadian Pride - knitted or crocheted Canadiana, ie. shawl, sweater, hat, whatever 22. GEORGETOWN YARN KNITTED & CROCHETED CLOTHING AWARD A $30.00 voucher from Georgetown Yarn will be awarded to the exhibitor with the most points in Sections 8-21 inclusive

ADULTS’ CLOTHING & SEWING ITEMS Prizes: 1st $5.00, 2nd $4.00, 3rd $3.00 Section: 23. Special Occasion outfit (Prom, Christmas, Hallowe’en, etc.) 24. Jacket 25. Skirt 26. Dress, daytime wear 27. Arctic Fleece garment 28. Man’s apparel item 29. P.J.’s or nightie 30. Handmade tote bag 31. A sewing project not listed 32. FABRICLAND DISTRIBUTORS INC ADULTS’ CLOTHING & SEWING ITEMS AWARD $25.00 Gift Certificate from Fabricland Distributors Inc. will be awarded to the winner of the most points in the Sections 23-31 inclusive

CHILDREN’S CLOTHING & SEWING ITEMS Prizes: 1st $5.00, 2nd $4.00, 3rd $3.00 Section: 33. Baby’s outfit, any occasion 34. Baby Bib , sewn 35. Child’s outfit, any occasion, up to size 6X 36. Child’s dress (Christening, flower girl, First Communion, etc.) 37. Child’s P.J.’s or nightie 38. Child’s stuffed animal, sewn 39. A sewn accessory, ie. wallet, purse, bag 40. A sewing project not listed 41. TRIANGLE SEWING CENTRE CHILDREN’S CLOTHING & SEWING ITEMS AWARD Gift Certificate for $25.00 From Triangle Sewing Centre in Guelph will be awarded to the exhibitor with the most points in Sections 33-40 inclusive.

46. “Ugly” Christmas Sweater 47. A Christmas craft pertaining to needlework, not listed

MISCELLANEOUS HOUSEHOLD ITEMS Prizes: 1st $5.00, 2nd $4.00, 3rd $3.00 Section: 48. Table Runner 49. * Apron - half or bibbed, using Fair theme 50. Tea Cozy, any design, displayed on teapot 51. iPad cozy - knitted, crocheted or sewn 52. Cushion, any type of handwork 53. Recycler’s Inspiration - Something new from something old – sewn A note must accompany entry, identifying the previously used article. 54. Doll Quilt 55. Lap Cover, knitted or crocheted 56. FABRICLAND DISTRIBUTORS INC. MISCELLANEOUS HOUSEHOLD ITEMS AWARD Gift certificate for $25.00 from Fabricland Distributors Inc. will be awarded to the exhibitor with the most points in the sections 48-55 inclusive.

CHRISTMAS SECTION Prizes: 1st $5.00, 2nd $4.00, 3rd $3.00 Section: 42. A Christmas wall hanging, min. 20” X 20” 43. Christmas Table Runner 44. 2 Christmas Placemats 45. Wreath- knitted, crocheted or sewn

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JUNIOR MEMBERS WANTED The Acton Fall Fair has a junior board for youth 9 to 18 who want to learn more about our fair and be a part of organizing and running this great annual event. if you are interested, email us at actonfair@hotmail.com and we’ll send you more information.


Class 64 - Seniors Judy Burtney (519-853-2597) Rules: • Exhibitors must be 65 years of age and older to exhibit in this section • Unless otherwise specified, all work must be the work of the exhibitor • Items must not be exhibited more than two years in a row • Soiled and/or entries in disrepair will be immediately disqualified • Fabric swatches, samples of embroidery floss and yarn where used, must be attached to article • Attach entry tag with a safety pin • Amateurs Only. An amateur is a person who engages in a hobby as a pastime, not a profession Prizes: 1st $5.00, 2nd $4.00, 3rd $3.00

Section: 1. * An article of hand embroidery, framed as desired, max. 12” X 12” including frame - theme related 2. One knitted toque 3. Adult’s Colouring page - completed 4. An article of Tatting 5. Slippers, one pair, knitted or crocheted 6. Two dishcloths, knitted or crocheted 7. One pair boot toppers, knitted or crocheted 8. Birthday gift for your special grandchild 9. A Christmas Item, not to exceed 24” X 24” 10. Recycle a mason jar into a decorative item 11. Three Bazaar items - totaling $10.00 max. 12. * Original poem, theme related,

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max. 12 lines, mounted and decorated accordingly Family photo of the past – include short story in your handwriting explaining the photo, to fit on 8 1/2” X 11” paper A handmade wooden item Any craft not listed, no sewn articles JUDGE’S CHOICE AWARD Donated by Judy Burtney $10.00 prize will be awarded to the exhibitor with the Item in Class 64, from sections 1-15, which the Judge chooses to recognize, for quality and overall appeal. KAY LYNCH MEMORIAL AWARD Donated by Kathryn Lynch $10.00 prize will be awarded to the exhibitor receiving the most points in Seniors Class 64, sections 1-15

Please accept my best wishes on the 104th year of the Acton Fall Fair. The Acton Fall Fair owes its success to the efforts of the many organizers, volunteers, sponsors and participants. I look forward to seeing you there. Enjoy!

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Class 65 - Arts COMMITTEE: Fran Morris (519-853-4985), Yvette Simpson RULES: • Amateurs only. • Must be original, handmade work of the exhibitor. • Craft to be suitable for display. Items must not be exhibited more than 2 years in a row. • Winning entries may not be re-entered. • Decision of judges shall be final and the judges may withhold any award if in their opinion, it is not worthy. • Art work must be framed and ready to hang, except #11 & #12 • All articles in Class 65 and 66 must be clean and stain free

Prizes: 1st $5.00, 2nd $4.00, 3rd $3.00 Section: 1. Pencil drawing, any subject, black & white or coloured 2. One pen and ink with roughing 3. A nature watercolour 4. Original oil painting 5. Original acrylic painting 6. Chalk or pastel – any subject 7. Watercolour, still life, framed 8. * Painting using visual theme 9. Pencil sketch – coloured 10. Pencil sketch - black 11. Collage mix media

12. * Penmanship – write on plain, nonlined paper, Canada’s National Anthem. Must be in plastic cover. 13. Ink drawing any subject, black & white or coloured 14. Fibre art 15. Original watercolour painting 16. SOBEYS ART AWARD A $50 Sobeys gift card will be awarded to the exhibitor with the most points in the Art Class – Section 1-15. Prize donated by Acton’s Sobeys

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Canada Goose Celebrate Canada’s 150 This year marks my 21st anniversary as your Hometown Realtor in this great community of Acton. Each year the Fall Fair is a highlight to me and my family! Congratulations on 104 years! See you at the fair! Janis Braida - Broker Royal Lepage Escarpment Realty, Brokerage 519.853.2600 or direct 905.703.0031

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Class 66 - Hobbies & Crafts COMMITTEE: Fran Morris (519) 853-4985, Yvette Simpson Needlework Prizes: 1st $5.00, 2nd $4.00, 3rd $3.00 Section: 1. Article of needlepoint 2. Rug hooking, your choice of style, include photo of hook 3. Cross stitch picture, ready to be hung 4. Article of beadwork (e.g. jewelry, fabric decoration) 5. NEEDLEWORK JUDGE’S AWARD Donated by Acton Optical $15.00 prize will be awarded for Judge’s Choice for Needlework Sections 1-4 Crafts Prizes: 1st $5.00, 2nd $4.00, 3rd $3.00 Section: 6. Paper Tole – ready to hang, not to exceed 24” 7. Halloween wreath, ready to hang, not to exceed 24” in diameter 8. Decorative door hanging suitable for Canada Day, any media, ready to hang, not to exceed 24” or 5 lbs. 9. Hand painted tile 10. * Decorated Goose Egg, any media 11. An Article of stained glass, not to exceed 12” 12. A pair of tie dyed socks 13. Any craft or hobby not listed, made from soft media, ie: felt, wool, & etc 14. Item made from duct tape 15. Decorative article, to be named, made from recycled material (items to be listed) not to exceed 30” 16. Any craft or hobby not listed, hard media ie: wood, metal 17. Item made from leather

18. * Centre piece representing Happy Canada 150th Anniversary, not to exceed 12” long and 8” high 19. One decorated table napkin ring with napkin (ring only to be judged) 20. * Goose toy for a child, not to exceed 30”, cloth or wool 21. Homemade walking stick 22. Ceramic item 23. Pottery item 24. CRAFTS JUDGE’S CHOICE AWARD Prize donated by Doreen Gibb $15.00 cash prize will be awarded for Judge’s Choice - Section 6-23.

Christmas Items Prizes: 1st $5.00, 2nd $4.00, 3rd $3.00 Section: 25. Container decorated for Christmas (ie) jar, teacup, mug, etc 26. Door decoration (not wreath), not quilted, must be able to be hung 27. Gift bag 28. Wrapped Christmas gift 29. Christmas Stocking, not quilted 30. A decorated Charlie Brown Christmas Tree, must be able to free stand 31. Christmas Placemat, any medium 32. One Christmas Tree Ornament, any media 33. Christmas craft from a kit. Packaging to be included. 34. Hand painted Nut Cracker 35. Decorated Yuletide Log 36. Advent craft, any media, ready to hang if appropriate 37. Any Christmas craft or hobby not listed, not quilted, not to exceed 18”

38. CHRISTMAS JUDGE’S CHOICE AWARD Prize donated by Fran Morris A $15.00 cash prize will be awarded for Judge’s Choice in Christmas Items Section 25-37.

This Year’s Theme Prizes: 1st $5.00, 2nd $4.00, 3rd $3.00 Section: 39. * A kitchen item - usable or decorative, not to exceed 24”, ready to use or hang, using theme 40. * Garden article e.g. welcome sign, ornament, etc. using theme 41. * Decorated Canada Goose 42. * Wooden Welcome Sign used for any season – using theme or tag line 43. * Any craft not listed, using theme or tag line 44. *SIVERCREEK SPA AWARD Most Points in Category - a $25.00 Gift Certificate awarded to the exhibitor in section 40-45 with the most points. ALL items in this category are to be theme or tag line related. “Canada Goose”

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Class 67 - Amateur Photography Cathy Gerrow (519-853-1424), Kristy Phillips OAAS PHOTO COMPETITION Take pictures at our 2017 Fall Fair to enter into the OAAS Photo Competition. http://ontarioagsocieties.com/member-services/competitions

SECTION RULES: • All photography must be securely mounted on white Bristol board, white construction paper, or white cardstock with a border no wider than 1 ½ inches. • Maximum print size is 4” by 6” (unless otherwise stated) and photos may be in colour or black and white. • Photos must have been taken by the person exhibiting them and must have been taken within the past five years. • For the categories requiring two photos, please mount 2 different prints on the same white background. • Exhibitor tags must be attached to the top right hand corner, being careful not to obscure the photograph. • Photographs that have been digitally altered using a computer program are not permitted. This competition is about your ability to capture a special image and present it in print form, without computer enhancement. • An amateur photographer is one who photographs for pleasure and not for money. Prizes: 1st $5.00, 2nd $4.00, 3rd $3.00 Section: 1. One photo – 2016 Acton Fall Fair 2. * One photo – Canada Day Fun 3. One photo - Happy Birthday 4. One photo – A Street Scene 5. Two photos – A Child or Children 6. One photo – A winter Scene with Snow Covered Evergreen Trees 7. One photo – A Fence 8. * One photo – Berries, grown in Canada 9. One photo – An Antique or Classic Car 10. * One photo – A Canadian Train 11. Two photos – Outdoor Adventures 12. * One photo – Canadian Landscape, named 13. One photo – Still Life of a Bouquet of Flowers 14. Two photos – A Pet or Pets 15. One photo – A Boat on Water

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16. One photo – A Recognizable Canadian Building or Structure, ie. CN Tower, Parliament Building 17. * One photo – Red and White Flowers 18. Two photos – Fall Scene with Pumpkins 19. One photo – A Life Celebration 20. One photo – Anything Red in Colour, Any Subject 21. One photo – Sunrise or Sunset 22. One photo – Wildlife Portrait 23. One photo – Bird or Birds 24. * One photo – An Animal/Bird Associated with Canada, ie. Canada Goose, Moose, Beaver 25. * One photo – Canadian Flag 26. One photo – At the Cottage 27. * One photo – Food Prepared with Maple Syrup, named 28. One photo – A Happy Moment 29. * One photo – Maple Trees in Autumn 30. * One photo – Urban Canada 31. One photo – Lovely Day for a Picnic (food shown in photo) 32. One photo – Outdoor Winter Activity, ie. hockey, skating, snowboarding, etc. 33. One photo – Wild Weather 34. Two photos – In the Garden 35. One photo – Photographer’s Choice 36S.“EERIE PHOTO” SPECIAL Sponsored and judged by Shiloh Powell Prizes: 1st $10.00, 2nd $6.00, 3rd $4.00 An eerie photo depicts someone or something that is mysterious, frightening, spooky and creepy, ie. a dark and deserted house. 37. AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPH AWARD A $20.00 prize will be awarded to the exhibitor with the most points in Class 67 – Amateur Photography 38. PAT ALLEN MEMORIAL AWARD “BEST IN SHOW”, sponsored by Kristy Phillips in memory of her mom Pat Allen. A gift will be awarded to the photograph chosen by the judge as best in show. 39S.“WEDDING PHOTO SPECIAL” Sponsored and judged by Studio 60 Photography www.studio60.ca A $20.00 prize will be awarded for the best photograph in the category of Wedding Guests: Emotion and Excitement.

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Class 68 - Junior Work COMMITTEE: Kathryn Lynch (519-853-0695), Charlene Burnett, Stacey Hewitt RULES: • All exhibits are to be the work of the exhibitor and exhibitor only. • No mixes allowed in baking entries. • All baking to be exhibited on small disposable plates covered with clear plastic. • Muffins are NOT to be shown in paper cup. • No entry fee or exhibitor fee required. Prizes: 1st $3.00, 2nd $2.00, 3rd $1.00 (unless otherwise stated) GROUP A: 5 YEARS & YOUNGER BAKING 1. Favourite Sandwich prepared by Junior - peanut butter, almond butter, Wowbutter, etc. Display on disposable plate, not to exceed 6”, covered with plastic wrap or placed in resealable bag. 2. Decorated Gingerbread person, gingerbread can be bought - all decorations must be edible - Display on disposable plate, not to exceed 6”, covered with plastic wrap or placed in resealable bag. 3. Using Rice Krispie mixture, make a Snowman, decorations can be added. Display on disposable plate, not to exceed 6”, covered with plastic wrap or placed in resealable bag. 4. A kooky creature made from a variety of raw/fresh fruits and vegetables. Display on disposable plate, not to exceed 6”, covered with plastic wrap or placed in resealable bag. CRAFTS – 5 & YOUNGER 5. * Colourful Maple Leaf mounted, on paper, not to exceed 8½ by 11” page. 6. Make a necklace, using items of your choice, ie: buttons, pasta, beads, etc., display on a disposable plate, not to exceed 6”. 7. Treasures from a Walk – a display of 6 items, attached on a white paper plate, not to exceed 10”. 8. A picture made with your Hand Prints, not to exceed 8½ by 11” page. 9. Print your first name on a piece of 8½ X 11” white paper 10. Make a clothes pin butterfly. For addition entries please see

sections 62S, 66S, 67S, 76S, 79S,82S,84S and CLASS 61 - Plants and Flowers 50S-53S

GROUP B: 6 - 8 YEARS BAKING 11. * Butter Tarts (a traditional Canadian favourite since the 1800’s) X 2 - can include raisins, nuts, cranberries, chocolate chips, etc., tart shell can be purchased. Display on disposable plate, not to exceed 6”, covered with plastic wrap or placed in resealable bag. 12. Best Decorated Pancake – Decorations must be 100% edible. Display on disposable plate, not to exceed 6”, cover with plastic wrap or place in resealable bag. 13. Create an edible castle from mini marshmallows, Rice Krispie mixture, candy, etc., not to exceed 10” high, can add additional decorations. Display on disposable plate, not to exceed 10”, covered with plastic wrap or placed in resealable bag. 14. No bake cookie, square or fudge X 2 pieces - Display on disposable plate, not to exceed 6”, covered with plastic wrap or placed in resealable bag. 15. * One cupcake - decorated for a 150th Birthday celebration. Display on disposable plate, not to exceed 6”, covered with plastic wrap or placed in resealable bag. 16. * Mr. and Mrs. Potato Head (from real potatoes) - decorated for Canada Day 150. Display on disposable plate, not to exceed 10”, covered with plastic wrap or placed in resealable bag. CRAFTS – 6 - 8 YEARS 17. Trace your hand and print family names on each finger, first names only to be used. 18. Group of pet rocks, 6 decorated, displayed in half of an empty egg carton. 19. Create a Bird Feeder from recycled materials. 20. A favourite piece of school work, made by the exhibitor, not to exceed 12” X 12”. 21. * Artwork, on paper not to exceed 8½ X 14” draw a picture of an “Early Canadian Settler or Aboriginal doing

some form of work” ie. hunting, chopping trees, planting crop, building a barn, fishing, trapping, trading post, making candles, cooking, storytelling, dancing, building the railway, in a classroom, etc. 22. Draw a picture of “Fireworks”, on an 8½ X 11” piece of paper, can use additional materials such as glitter, sequins, etc. 23. * Torn paper art - using torn pieces of construction paper, glue onto 8½ X 11” piece of paper, make a Canada Flag. 24. Make a Christmas Ornament, be creative. 25. A photograph of an historic/old building, named - securely attached to white Bristol Board, construction paper, with a border not to exceed 1½ “. 26. Using a toilet roll as a base, make a farm animal, other media can be utilized in making your animal. Display on a disposable plate. For addition entries please see sections 63S, 66S, 67S, 76S, 79S, 80S, 82S,83S, 84S and Class 61 - Plants and Flowers 50S-53S

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GROUP C: AGES 9 - 11 YEARS BAKING Your favourite “healthy” Sandwich or Wrap - Display on disposable plate, not to exceed 6”, covered with plastic wrap or placed in resealable bag. Rice Cake face - decorate a rice cake with edible decorations, to look like a clown. Rice Cake and decorations may be purchased. Display on disposable plate, not to exceed 6”, covered with plastic wrap or placed in resealable bag. No Bake cookie or square (3), to be judged on appearance and taste, displayed on disposable plate not to exceed 6”, covered in plastic wrap or in resealable bag. * Butter Tarts (a traditional Canadian favourite since the 1800’s) X 3 can include raisins, currants, nuts, cranberries, etc., tart shell can be purchased. Display on disposable plate, not to exceed 10”, covered with plastic wrap or placed in resealable bag.


Class 68 - Junior Work 31. A “Three Little Pigs” Stick House made from Pretzels - Display on disposable plate, not to exceed 6”, covered with plastic wrap or placed in resealable bag.

CRAFTS – 9 - 11 YEARS 32. Using a toothbrush, decorate to resemble a farmer. Mount in a 10 oz can (soup) filled with sand, decorations may also be applied to the can. 33. Create a toy from wood. 34. Create a homemade piggy bank using an empty water bottle as a base, make a slit in the top to put money in. Decorate to impress! 35. Make a bracelet out of an assortment of beads. Display in a re-sealable bag, or attached to a disposable plate. 36. Make a Christmas ornament out of any material that you wish. 37. Create a mask from natural materials found outdoors. 38. Create a stained glass window out of tissue paper and a half sheet of black Bristol board. 39. * A photograph of an historic building, at least 100 years old, named - securely mounted and attached to white Bristol Board, construction paper, with a border not to exceed 1½ “. 40. An item of needlework, ie. knitted, crocheted, embroidered, corked, sewing, etc. 41. Using a paper towel roll as a base, make a set of 4 napkin rings, using any media. Decorate for a special occasion and insert a napkin in each ring. Attach all 4 to a disposable dinner plate in order to display. 42. * Artwork, on paper not to exceed 8½ X 14” draw a picture of an “Early Canadian Settler or Aboriginal” doing some form of activity ie. hunting, felling trees, planting crop, building a barn, fishing, trapping, trading at a trading post, making candles, cooking, telling stories, dancing, building the railway, travelling by canoe, etc. 43. Hand-draw your first initial on any 8½ x 11” paper and decorate it. Various media may be used. 44. Any other craft not listed. For addition entries please see sections 64S, 66S, 67S, 77S, 79S, 80S, 82S, 83S. 84S and Class 61 - Plants and Flowers 50S-53S

GROUP D: AGES 12 - 16 YEARS BAKING 45. * Butter Tarts (a traditional Canadian favourite for more than 100 years) X 3 - can include raisins, currants, nuts, cranberries, etc., tart shell can be purchased. Display on disposable plate, not to exceed 6”, covered with plastic wrap or placed in resealable bag Displayed in resealable plastic bag. 46. A baked item using Maple Syrup include recipe - Display on disposable plate, not to exceed 6”, covered with plastic wrap or placed in resealable bag Displayed in resealable plastic bag. 47. Large chocolate cookie (20 cm/8”) decorated with a smiley face. Display on disposable plate, not to exceed 10”, cover with plastic wrap or place in resealable bag. 48. No Bake cookie or square (3), to be judged on appearance and taste, displayed on disposable plate not to exceed 6”, covered in plastic wrap or in resealable bag. 49. * Cupcake - decorated for a Birthday Celebration, ie. Canada’s 150th Display on disposable plate, not to exceed 6”, covered with plastic wrap or placed in resealable bag Displayed in resealable plastic bag. 50. Your favourite Sandwich or Wrap - list ingredients. Display on disposable plate, not to exceed 6”, covered with plastic wrap or placed in resealable bag Displayed in resealable plastic bag. CRAFTS – 12 - 16 YEARS 51. Wind chime made of recycled items, ready to be hung. 52. An item of needlework, ie. knitting, crocheting, sewing, corking, embroidery, etc. 53. Create an art piece on wood, using hardware, ie. nails, chain, nuts, bolts, washers, screws, etc. not to exceed 12” X 12” (30cm X 30cm) 54. Make an Inuksuk from rocks that have been glued together - display item on disposable plate not to exceed 6”. 55. Using a 4L basket or shoe box, create a babysitter kit to amuse a pre-schooler. 56. An original work of art, any media, ready to be hung, not to exceed, in any direction 30”, artwork must be framed.

57. * Artwork, on paper not to exceed 8½ by 14” draw a picture of an “ Early Canadian Settler or Aboriginal” doing some form of activity ie: hunting, felling trees, planting crop, building a barn, fishing, trapping, trading goods at the trading post, making candles, cooking, telling stories, dancing, building the railway, travelling by canoe, etc. 58. Make your own Sponge Bob - using sponges. 59. Any other craft not listed 60. Create a Bird Feeder from recycled material. 61. * Using cursive writing, write the National Anthem. For addition entries please see sections 65S, 66S, 67S, 78S, 79S, 81S, 82S, 83S. 84S and Class 61 - Plants and Flowers 50S-53S

JUNIOR SPECIALS Theme: “Celebrate Canada’s 150th at the Acton Fall Fair”

Special Needs Exhibitors always welcome

62S.* Ages 5 and Under – Create a bookmark with the Canadian Flag. 63S.* Ages 6 to 8 years – Create a bookmark by drawing and colouring the Canadian Flag. 64S.* Ages 9 – 11years – Create a double sided bookmark using the Canadian Flag of 1965 on one side and the Royal Union Flag as in 1867 on the other. 65S.* Ages 12 – 16 years – Create a double sided bookmark using the Canadian Flag of 1965 on one side and the Royal Union Flag as in 1867 on the other. 66S. MOOREHAVEN FARM SPECIAL Sponsored by Joanne and Bill Moore Open to all Junior and Special Needs Exhibitors – write your age on the Entry Tag. Using a half sheet of Bristol board as the base, cut out and create a mismatched farm animal, ie: cow head on duck body with turkey tail, etc. be creative. Give your new hybrid animal a name. Prizes: 1st $5.00, 2nd $4.00, 3rd $3.00

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Class 68 - Junior Work 67S. ACTON OPTICAL SPECIAL Sponsored by Nancy Wilkes Open to all Junior and Special Needs Exhibitors – write your age on the Entry Tag. Create your own antique eyewear, including the frames, as appropriate, as might have been worn in 1867, ie. monocle, Pince-nez, lorgnettes, scissor, Rivet or Martins Margins, etc. Display in resealable bag. Prizes: 1st $5.00, 2nd $4.00, 3rd $3.00

68. 69. 70. 71.

DUBLIN WOMEN’S INSTITUTE AWARDS $10.00 to the high point winner in Group A, Baking, #1-4 $10.00 to the high point winner in Group B, Baking, #11-16 $10.00 to the high point winner in Group C, Baking, #27-31 $10.00 to the high point winner in Group D, Baking, #45-50

HALTON HILLS PUBLIC LIBRARY ACTON BRANCH AWARDS 72. $10.00 to the high point winner in Group A, Crafts #5-10 73. $10.00 to the high point winner in Group B, Crafts, #17-26 74. $10.00 to the high point winner in Group C, Crafts, #32-44 75. $10.00 to the high point winner in Group D, Crafts, #51-61

OAAS YOUTH POSTER COMPETITION Theme: “Promoting Your Fair” RULES: “Original hand-made design”. Name and date of fair must be clearly shown on poster. Must be hand drawn. Each entry must be centered on a CARDSTOCK or BRISTOL BOARD exposing a 2” boarder on all four sides. • Poster size: Minimum – 8½“ X 11” (23cm X 28cm), without boarder & maximum – 11” X 17” (28cm X 44cm), without boarder.

Name of fair, district, contact person, owner of poster is to be clearly labeled on the back of each entry. 76S. JUNIORS including youth up to and including Grade 4 77S.INTERMEDIATE Grade 5 to 8, inclusive 78S.SENIORS including Grades 9 to 12 (Please note: entries in these classes can be submitted by the artist or by the school teacher on behalf of the artist, as long as the artist is identified on the name tag and pick up arrangements are make for Sunday at 5:00pm) 79S.COMFORT FOOD SPECIAL Sponsored by Simon de Boer Open to all Junior and Special Needs Exhibitors Cow Patties (3) 2 cups white sugar 6 Tablespoons cocoa powder ½ cup butter ½ cup milk pinch of salt. Put listed ingredients in a pan and bring to a boil. Add: 1 cup coconut 3 cups oatmeal Mix well. Remove from heat. Drop onto wax paper a teaspoonful at a time. Let cool. Displayed on disposable plate not to exceed 6”, covered in plastic wrap or in resealable bag. Prizes: 1st $7.00, 2nd $5.00, 3rd $4.00

LOTUS INTEGRATIVE WELLNESS SPECIAL Sponsored by Tania Tetreault Open to all Junior and Special Needs Exhibitors – write your age on the Entry Tag. Using a plate, not to exceed 12”, attach pictures of food items, native to Canada, that would represent a healthy meal.

Entry Tag. * With the use of natural or Recycled Materials or items, ie: stone, wood, fabric (t-shirt, sweatshirt), dryer lint, plastic, etc., depict the National Bird of Canada, the Gray Jay. “The gray jay, once known as the Canada jay and the “wisakedjak” of folklore in indigenous cultures, is found in the boreal forests of every Canadian province and territory but nowhere else on the planet.” Use your creativity and imagination. Prizes: 1st $7.00, 2nd $5.00, 3rd $3.00

83S.O.A.A.S. Plain Chocolate Chips Cookie Competition (no nuts) – 8 cookies. Contest is open to youth ages 10 to 15 years (as of December 31 of current year). Cookies, with no nuts, must be no larger than 3” (6.75 cm) and no smaller than 2” (5cm), displayed on disposable plate not to exceed 6”, covered with plastic wrap. The winner from each Fair will be eligible to enter at the fall District Competition, November 2nd. Prizes: 1st $3.00, 2nd $2.00, 3rd $1.00

84S. Mayor Rick Bonnette’s Junior Community Challenge Sponsored by Mayor Rick Bonnette Open to all Junior Exhibitors, all age Groups and Classes. Decorate, using any media, but retaining the label, non-perishable food items, i.e.: baked beans, tuna, rice, peanut butter, jam, Kraft Dinner, soup, toothpaste, etc. Be creative!! Not limited to a single entry, may submit any number of entries. Decoration only to be judged. Entries to be judged by Mayor Bonnette.

80S. Ages 5 to 8 years 81S. Ages 9 to 16 years. Prizes: 1st $15.00, 2nd $10.00, 3rd $5.00

All entries will be gratefully retained by the Acton Agricultural Society for donation to the local food bank.

82S.*IVY’S RECYCLE SPECIAL Sponsored by Cheryl Hulme Open to all Junior and Special Needs Exhibitors – write your age on the

Prizes: 1st $5.00, 2nd $4.00, 3rd $3.00, 4th $2.00, 5th $1.00

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Class 69 - Special Needs Students RULES: • “Special Needs” may be defined as mental or physical. Age is not a factor in this class but the exhibitor must still be attending school. • All work must be done by the exhibitor, although some assistance is acceptable. Prizes: 1st $3.00, 2nd $2.00, 3rd $1.00 BAKING 1. Cookies (3) – of your choice - Display on disposable plate, not to exceed 6”, cover with plastic wrap or place in resealable bag. 2. No Bake cookie or square (3), to be judged on appearance and taste, display on disposable plate not to exceed 6”, covered in plastic wrap or in resealable bag. 3. * Butter Tarts (a traditional Canadian

favourite for more than 100 years) X 2 - can include raisins, currants, nuts, cranberries, etc., tart shell can be purchased. Display on disposable plate, not to exceed 6”, covered with plastic wrap or placed in resealable bag. 4S. MOST POINTS IN BAKING Sponsored by Gayle Jarrett $10.00 will be awarded to the Exhibitor winning most points in Special Needs Baking.

materials such as twigs, twine, seeds, shells, leaves or combination of items. 8. Any item of needlework, ie: knitting, crocheting, darning, macramé, corking, sewing, quilting, felting, etc. 9. A favourite piece of school work completed by the exhibitor. 10. Hobby collection, suitably displayed 11. MOST POINTS IN CRAFTS AWARD Sponsored by the “R” Fund $15.00 will be awarded to the Exhibitor winning most points in Special Needs Crafts.

CRAFTS 5. Decorate a can to be used to hold pencils, pens, make up brushes, cutlery for a picnic, flowers, etc. 6. A page from a colouring book, adult or child’s version. 7. Make a picture frame from popsicle sticks and decorate it using natural

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For addition entry opportunities please see Junior Work Specials sections: 66S, 67S, 79S, 80S or 81S,82S, 83S. 84S and Class 61 Plants and Flowers 53S-56S


Class 70 - 4-H Club Work COMMITTEE IN CHARGE: Sherrill Macpherson (519-853-0895) RULES AND INFORMATION: • Open to all 2016-2017 4-H Clubs • 40” of table space will be provided to each club. Backdrop to be supplied by each club. • Exhibits must be planned by club members on some educational aspect of the club project. Club name must be clearly shown on display • Entries must be submitted to the secretary no later than Tues. Sept. 12th so that space may be reserved. • Exhibits must be arranged by 11:00 am on Thurs. Sept.14. No article may be removed before 5:00pm on Sun. Sept. 17. • All entries will receive $25.00

GOOD LUCK to all participants & contestants at the 2017 Acton Fall Fair

318 Queen Street, Acton 519-853-5945

es h s i W t s e B Very Acton TO THE l a r u t l u c i Agr Society Daniel Varanelli Certified General Accountant 273 Queen St, Acton

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Class 100 - Community Challenge Committee: Heather Morris-Stokes (519-853-3124), Theresa Lockerbie While there is monetary value for the most number of items in the following categories, the ultimate goal of the Challenge is to help those in need. With this in mind, and whether you, as an exhibitor, enter one item or several, ALL entries will be gratefully retained by the Homecrafts Directors for distribution after the fair, to the charity/cause as noted in each section. Prizes awarded are based solely on number of items received in each section. Patterns for Preemie Hats, Winter Caps and Chemo Hats are available on our website at www.actonfair.ca – or by phone from Committee chairperson Heather. 100S. MOST PREEMIE HATS – sewn or knitted, made by one person or one group or organization. Items will be donated to the OakvilleTrafalgar Hospital. Prizes: 1st 10.00, 2nd $6.00, 3rd $4.00 Donated by Homecrafts Directors 101S. MOST COMFORT SHAWLS AND/OR LAP BLANKETS, knit and/or crochet, made by one person, or one group or organization. Items will be donated to the Canadian Cancer Society, Knox Presbyterian Church or Links2Care. Please indicate choice on your entry tag. Prizes: 1st $20.00, 2nd $15.00, 3rd $10.00 Donated by Kathryn & Murray Brown

one group or organization. These caps will be collected for donation to Links2Care and the Dr. John Dougan Centre for Mental Health. Prizes: 1st $10.00, 2nd $6.00, 3rd $4.00 Donated by Margaret & Wayne Aitken 103S. MOST COTTON CHEMO HATS made by one person, or one group or organization. Items will be donated to Links2Care for distribution to cancer centres. Prizes: 1st $10.00, 2nd $6.00, 3rd $4.00 Donated by Homecrafts Directors Look for MAYOR RICK BONNETTE’S JUNIOR COMMUNITY CHALLENGE under CLASS 68 – JUNIOR WORK 84S. Decorated, Non-Perishable Food Item on page 49.

102S. MOST BOYS’/MEN’S WINTER CAPS knitted or crocheted, made by one person or

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Thank You TO OUR SPONSORS Acton B.I.A. Acton Farmers Market Acton Home Hardware Acton Horticultural Society Acton Optical Acton Y’s Mennettes Alltro Distribution & Transport. Ann Hamilton Bernardin Blooms Away Flowers Bonarrow Greenhouses Carmela Cobham Cheryl Hulme Crisco Crosby Molasses Co Ltd. Doreen Gibb Dublin Womens Institute Fabricland Fran Morris

Gayle Jarrett Georgetown Yarn Halton Hills Library – Acton Branch Halton Hills Quilters Guild Jill Medland John Hopkins Judy Burtney Kathryn Lynch Kristy Phillips Lost Horizons Lotus Integrative Wellness Marg & Wayne Aitken Marilyn Murray Mayor Rick Bonnette Meadowvale Garden Centre Moorehaven Farms Murray & Kathryn Brown Northcott Fabrics O.A.A.S.

P&H Milling Group Profile Hair Salon “R” Fund, Knox Church Reds Garden Centre Robin Hood Saunders Bakery Sherrill & Bruce Macpherson Shiloh Powell Silvercreek Spa Simon de Boer Smooth Solutions Sobey’s - Acton Studio 60 Photography The Flower Shed Theresa & Doug Lockerbie Triangle Sewing Centre Tyler Transport Ltd. Vicki Brigden Vintner’s Cellar

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Acton Fall Fair Colouring Contest 2017

CANADA GOOSE

CELEBRATE CANADA’S 150TH AT THE ACTON FALL FAIR!

Rules & Regulations: Pictures may be submitted to Customer Service at Sobey’s on or before Wednesday, September 13th, 2017 or the Dufferin Rural Heritage Building in Prospect Park on Wednesday, September 13th (7 – 9 PM) or Thursday, September 14th (8:30 – 11 AM) Age Groups: 5 years and under 6 – 8 years old 9 – 11 years old

Prizes:

First Prize – 25 mid-way ride tickets Second Prize – 15 mid-way ride tickets Third Prize – 10 mid-way ride tickets

There will be a first, second and third prize winner selected from each age group. Winners will be contacted by telephone on Thurs. Sep. 14th to arrange for prize pick up. The pictures will be displayed at the Acton Fall Fair in the Dufferin Rural Heritage Building in Prospect Park. Pictures become the property of the Acton Agricultural Society and will not be returned after the fair. If you wish to retain your ribbon, it may be picked up between 5:00 PM and 6:00 PM on Sunday, September 17th.

Name:

Age: Phone No.:

Please print neatly so we are able to contact you if you are a winner. For additional copies, please visit our website at www.actonfair.ca

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ACTON FALL FAIR ENTERTAINMENT Friday Night 7-10 pm

ITCHY SCRATCHY BAND Spot in the Park

Saturday Night 7-10 pm

PRACTICALLY HIP featuring Acton resident, Dean Hughes

Spot in the Park

Saturday Afternoon, 1:30-3 pm

JOSEPH & PIERRE ARSENAULT Dufferin Centre

Local young musicians from Georgetown Oldtime celtic and fiddle music, modern & original compositions

Sunday Afternoon, 12-3 pm

GOLDEN COUNTRY CLASSICS Dufferin Centre

Saturday Night, 7:30-9:30 pm

ACTON’S OWN - WES MASON Dufferin Centre

Singer/Songwriter Wes Mason as featured on CP24 and Global Television Montreal & Halifax. Wes will be releasing an EP in August, this is your chance to see him LIVE!


DECORATING CONTEST SPONSORED BY THE ACTON AG SOCIETY JUNIOR BOARD

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CANADA GOOSE

U ARE ENTERING – TH REGISTER WITH US THAT YO . DISPLAY ON SEPTEMBER 9 UR YO GE JUD TO T OU BE LL AND OUR JUNIOR BOARD WI

WIN ««« A DAY AT THE FAIR! «««

PRIZE INCLUDES : « A FAMILY PASS, TICKETS « RIDE TICKETS & « MEAL R FOR THE 2017 ACTON FALL FAI

INESSES!« S U B L A C O L L L A N IO «ATTENT DECORATE YOUR BUSINESS ADVERTISING THE 2017 FALL FAIR AND INCORPORATE THE THEME! A WINNER WILL BE CHOSEN BY OUR JUNIOR BOARD MEMBERS ON SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 9TH! WINNERS WILL BE POSTED ON OUR WEBSITE.

WIN A FREE ½ PAGE AD IN OUR 2018 FALL FAIR BOOK! RULES: • • • • •

DISPLAY MUST BE VISIBLE FROM THE ROAD DISPLAY MUST INCORPORATE THE THEME: CANADA GOOSE – CELEBRATE CANADA’S 150TH AT THE ACTON FALL FAIR DISPLAY MUST INDICATE FAIR DATES – SEPTEMBER 15-17 DISPLAYS MUST BE REGISTERED BY AUG 23 – ON DISPLAY BY SEPT 1 OPEN TO HOMES & BUSINESSES IN ACTON AND SURROUNDING AREA

SHOW YOUR SUPPORT FOR OUR ANNUAL FALL FAIR

Acton Fall Fair 2017  

Celebrate Canada's 150th at the Acton Fall Fair. September 15, 16, 17 2017

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