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Drayton Mapleton Agricultural Society www.draytonfair.ca

156th Drayton Fair

Sewing & SpinningTraditions

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Brad Schieck, President | 519.848.5329 Eliza Dippel, Secretary-Treasurer | 519.638.2950


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Sewing & Spinning Traditions 156th Drayton Fair

Schedule

of

Events Pg 28 & 29

- Index Agricultural Society - Past & Present...................................................................... 51 Ambassador Competition......................................................................................... 7 Arm Wrestling.......................................................................................................... 9 Baby Show............................................................................................................. 41 Beef Cattle Show.................................................................................................... 17 Committee Chairpersons.......................................................................................... 3 Culinary Crafts................................................................................................26 & 27 Dairy Cattle Show................................................................................................... 16 Dairy Classes - Open............................................................................................... 16 Demolition Derby................................................................................................... 25 Goat Show............................................................................................................. 19 Hay & Grain............................................................................................................ 21 Heavy Horse Show................................................................................................. 15 Horticulture............................................................................................................ 23

Leisure Arts & Crafts................................................................................. 32, 33 & 34 Miniature Horse Show....................................................................................12 & 13 Officers, Directors, Assoc. Directors......................................................................... 51 Pet Show.................................................................................................................. 9 Pickles & Preserves................................................................................................. 31 President’s Message................................................................................................. 3 Roots & Vegetables................................................................................................ 21 Rules & Regulations................................................................................................. 5 School Prize List............................................................................42, 43, 44, 45 & 46 Sheep Show........................................................................................................... 19 Sponsors & Donors................................................................................................. 53 Tractor & Truck Pull - Sanctioned...................................................................24 & 25 Women’s Institute Special - 4H Members.............................................................. 37 4H Life Skills........................................................................................................... 37

Mayor’s Message

President’s Message

On behalf of the Township of Mapleton, I would like to welcome everyone to our community and to the 156th annual Drayton Fair. This annual event dates back to 1856 when my great, great, great grandfather’s family was farming in this community. At that time it was an important social event where people would visit but also a chance for them to show off their field and garden crops of the year as well as their livestock, in a friendly competition. Today that tradition still exists in an expanded format to include the entire family in the competition as well as the weekend of fun and entertainment. Our thanks and congratulations go to the Mapleton Agriculture Society and the many volunteers who make it happen. We hope you will join us at the “Drayton Fair” and enjoy the many events that are planned.

Welcome Everyone; As president of the fair board, I would like to welcome everyone back to the Drayton fair this year. We strongly believe we’re doing something right, as you are helping us to celebrate 156 years and we’re still counting. Each year we try to incorporate some new and exciting things to keep everyone entertained. In addition we’re always looking for new members to join our board to keep things going with fresh new ideas. So please bring out the family, friends, grandparents and pets there’s something for everyone to do that will help make memories out at the Drayton fair. President; Brad Schieck

Bruce Whale, Mayor

2012 Chairpersons Beef Cattle Buildings & Grounds Campin’ & Jammin’ Catering Concessions Culinary Crafts Dairy Cattle Demolition Derby Fair Ambassador Gates Goats Hay & Grain

David Wooddisse Grant Schieck Jim Walker Arlie Zantinge Kathy Mallet Shelda Morphy Elaine Cheesmond Brad Schieck Shelda Morphy Bruce Bawden Femmy Campbell David Wooddisse

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Heavy Horse Horticulture Leisure Arts & Crafts Miniature Horse Pet Show Pickles & Preserves Roots & Vegetables School Section & Youth Sheep Storage Tractor Pull

Jim Walker Phyllis Fletcher Helen Moffat Dianne Schieck Nadine Peel Erica Zantinge John Klaassen Ruth Shaw Jim Driscoll Natalie Green Jim Zantinge David McCready

638-2449 638-2372 638-2493 848-5329 638-2666 638-3323 638-2106 638-2432 638-5703 638-5093 638-2540 848-5487

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Rules & Regulations See

www.draytonfair.ca for

Proof

&

more

Registration Forms Information.

of at least one million dollars liability insurance

must be shown by all livestock exhibitors and event participants.

1. All exhibitors, spectators and participants must pay admission - a wristband will be issued. Children 12 & under are Free. 2.

All exhibits, except livestock, will be judged on the first day of the show and must be entered with the Secretary and on the grounds between 6:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. Thursday, or 8:30- 11:00 a.m. Friday. Judging will start at 12:00 p.m. Friday. All livestock must be entered with the Secretary, and on the grounds before 10:00 a.m. the day of showing and judging to start at 11:00 a.m. unless otherwise stated.

3. While the Directors will take every possible precaution under the circumstances to secure safety of articles sent to the exhibition, the owners must take the responsibility and the risk of exhibiting and should any article be accidentally injured, lost or stolen, the Directors will give all the assistance in their powers towards recovery but will not make any payments for the value thereof. 4. Persons exhibiting articles not their own and not in accordance with these rules, shall forfeit all prizes. 5.

All stock must be bona fide property of exhibitor at time of entry to entitle him to a premium and in all grains, roots, fruits and dairy, produce must be the property of the exhibitor, the growth of the most recent crop year, and the production of the present farm or holding.

6. All articles included in the Homecraft Division must be the production of the house exhibiting it and the Director in charge of Division has the authority to call for an affidavit. 7. A piece of each entry will be kept on show and the remaining pie, cake, etc., will be allowed to be taken home at 4:30 p.m. Friday, or when judging is completed. 8. An exhibitor may enter only one entry per class, with the exception that an exhibitor in livestock classes may have two entries in any class. 9. Root vegetables are: beets, carrots, parsnips, turnips, rutabagas, radishes and sugar beets. Vegetables should be cleaned and uniform in size and shape. 10. Membership fee is $10.00. If an adult exhibitor has earned over $20 in prize money, a membership fee, for the next year, of $10 will be retained. This ensures you will receive a copy of the next year’s advance prize list and a copy of the fair book. Exhibitors under the age of 18 are not required to pay the membership fee of $10. 11. The Society will not be responsible for any loss, damage or accident occurring to any property on the grounds during the fair. 12. In the case of an error in the printing of the prize list, the Directors have the power to rectify the same.

14. No person shall be allowed to go near the judges during their inspection of stock except the Directors appointed for that purpose whose duty it shall be to preserve order and point out the various lots. 15. All exhibits in harness classes must be shown in a suitable vehicle. 16. Exhibitors of purebred stock must produce to the Secretary, previous to entry, satisfactory Certificates of Registration in their different Class Books, or give satisfactory evidence that they are entitled to be registered in the same. 17. Brood mares must be accompanied by their foals or satisfactory proof furnished that they have suckled a foal during the present season. 18. Proof of at least one million dollars liability insurance must be shown by all livestock exhibitors and event participants. 19. All livestock must be shown in the judging ring in order to be awarded prize money. 20. No animals shall be removed from the show grounds until 3:00 p.m. without permission. All stock, produce or other articles exhibited are at risk of the owner and bulls must be secured by the proper rings to prevent mischief. To accommodate exhibitors at a distance the Secretary will receive entries by mail

addressed to: Drayton Mapleton Agricultural Society Box 255, Drayton, Ont. N0G 1P0

SPECIAL NOTE In case of bad or unfavorable weather, or other reasons causing the receipts to fall short of paying expenses, a proportionate amount, exclusive of membership, will be deducted from such prizes, to enable Directors to balance the amounts collected, and not leave the whole sum to be a debt to bear heavily on the Society and thus impair its usefulness.

PRIVACY OF INFORMATION POLICY Any information collected by the Drayton Mapleton Agricultural Society regarding members, exhibitors, commercial exhibitors, sponsors, directors and any other persons related directly to the business of the Drayton Mapleton Agricultural Society and the Drayton Fair, will be used solely for the purposes of promotion of the Drayton Mapleton Agricultural Society and the Drayton Fair, and for maintenance of their files and data base. Any member, exhibitor, commercial exhibitor, sponsor or director realizes that when they agree to take part in the Drayton Mapleton Agricultural Society and the Drayton Fair, their names may be published for these reasons only. None of this information, whatsoever, will be sold or transferred to any outside party for any reason.

13. No prize will be paid until the books are properly made up, and all complaints, if any, heard and decided by the Directors.

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Ambassador

of the

Fair Message

For the last few months I have had the privilege of representing the Drayton-Mapleton Agricultural Society as the fair ambassador. Throughout the last year I have had many fun experiences. From handing out ribbons to meeting all of the entries in the pet show I had an amazing time this year. Last fall I attended the District 7 annual meeting in Wellsley and was able to meet local ambassadors from out district. I also had the opportunity to travel to the Ontario Association of Agricultural Society’s Annual Convention in February. There I participated in the ambassador program and met many new people from across the province. Overall, during my time as ambassador I have made many new friends and met many new people. I look forward to representing the fair at the Canadian National Exhibition at the end of August and would like to wish all of the contestants good luck at the upcoming fair.

Jackie Shaw

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Ambassador of the Fair Competition

Who will be the next Ambassador of the Fair? Competition Date: Wednesday August 8, 2012 8:00 pm at the Drayton Chop House To be eligible to compete: 1. Contestants, male or female, must be 17 years of age or over by August 1, 2012.

2. Contestants must be a resident of Mapleton Township or surrounding area.

3. Contestants will be interviewed by a panel of 3 judges. Contestants are required to give a 2 to 3 minute speech on Agriculture, Agricultural Societies or some aspect of the Drayton Fair. 4. Contestants will be judged on their interview and speech, community knowledge and involvement, personality, appearance, deportment and presentation. 5.

Contestants must be available to carry out duties during at least one of the three fair dates. Contestants are asked to disclose any scheduling conflicts prior to the competition. The Ambassador is expected to participate Fair events. The Ambassador will represent the Drayton Mapleton Agricultural Society at various functions in the community.

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The winner (Ambassador) will represent the Drayton Mapleton Agricultural Society at the next year’s (2012) Canadian National Exhibition Ambassador of the Fairs Contest. The Ambassador is to represent the Drayton and Mapleton Agricultural Society at the Annual Convention of the Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies in February 2012.

7. Bursaries of $500.00 to the Ambassador , $250.00 to the Runner Up, and $100.00 to each contestant will be awarded by the Drayton Mapleton Agricultural Society. All bursaries including the Ambassador will be available to each contestant on Sunday August 7, 2011. If you are interested in competing or would like to nominate someone Please contact Shelda Morphy 519-638-5022 gsmorphy@gmail.com Elaine Cheesmond 519-638-5729 or Erica Zantinge 519-638-3323

Entry deadline is July 9th, 2012.

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10th annual Miniature Horse Show Sunday, August 12, 2012

Judge: Marvin McCabe Steward: Thomas Stephenson Director: Dianne Schieck 519-848-5329 Address: Box 255, Drayton, ON N0G 1P0

Horses may arrive from 7:00 am Measuring: 7:00 - 8:30 am Show Time: 9:00am AMHR Sanctioned Show - AMHR Rules Apply | Registration & Insurance Papers Must be Shown at Time of Entry. A $10.00 Exhibitor Fee will be charged to each person entering the show ring Class Entry Fee: $5.00 per class to a maximum of $60.00 per farm Halter Stallion - Under 1. 1101 Model Stallion, 2 & Older – Under 2. 1102 Aged Stallion, 3 & Older – 34” and Under 3. 1106 Stallion Senior Champion & Reserve – Under 4. 1107 Stallion Two Year Old – 33” & Under 5. 1108 Stallion Yearling – 32” & Under 6. 1109 Stallion Foal of Current Year – 30” & Under 7. 1110 Stallion Junior Champion & Reserve – 33” & Under 8. 1111 Stallion Grand Champion & Reserve – Under 9. 1168 Stallion Owned, Bred & Shown by Exhibitor - Under Halter Stallion - Over 10. 1201 Model Stallion, 2 & Older - Over 11. 1202 Aged Stallion, 3 & Older – Over 12. 1203 Stallion Senior Champion & Reserve – Over 13. 1204 Stallion Two Year Old – Over 33” – 37” 14. 1205 Stallion Yearling – Over 32” – 36” 15. 1206 Stallion Foal of Current Year – Over 30” – 32” 16. 1207 Stallion Junior Champion & Reserve – Over 17. 1208 Stallion Grand Champion & Reserve – Over 18. 1261 Stallion Owned, Bred & Shown by Exhibitor - Over Halter Gelding - Under 19. 1113 Model Gelding, 2 & Older – Under 20. 1114 Aged Gelding, 3 & Older – 34” & Under 21. 1117 Gelding Senior Champion & Reserve – Under 22. 1118 Gelding Two Year Old – 33” & Under 23. 1119 Gelding Yearling – 32” & Under 24. 1120 Gelding Foal of Current Year - 30” & Under 25. 1121 Gelding Junior Champion & Reserve - 33” & Under 26. 1122 Gelding Grand Champion & Reserve – Under 27. 1145 Youth Halter Gelding – Under 28. 1170 Gelding Owned, Bred & Shown by Exhibitor - Under 29. 1136 Solid Colour Stallion/Gelding - Under 30. 1138 Multi-Colour Stallion/Gelding - Under Halter Gelding - Over 31. 1210 Model Gelding, 2 & Older – Over 32. 1211 Aged Gelding, 3 & Older –Over 34” – 38” 33. 1212 Gelding Senior Champion & Reserve – Over 34” – 38” 34. 1213 Gelding Two year Old – Over 33”- 37” 35. 1214 Gelding Yearling – Over 32” – 36” 36. 1215 Gelding Foal of Current Year - Over 30” – 32” 37. 1216 Gelding Junior Champion & Reserve – Over

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38. 39. 40. 41. 42.

1217 Gelding Grand Champion & Reserve – Over 1238 Youth Halter Gelding – Over 1263 Gelding Owned, Bred & Shown by Exhibitor - Over 1229 Solid Colour Stallion/Gelding - Over 1231 Multi-Colour Stallion/Gelding - Over

Halter Mare - under 43. 1124 Model Mare, 2 & Older - Under 44. 1125 Aged Mare, 3 & Older - 34” & Under 45. 1129 Mare Senior Champion & Reserve - Under 46. 1130 Mare Two Year Old - 33” & Under 47. 1131 Mare Yearling - 32” & Under 48. 1132 Mare Foal of Current Year - 30” & Under 49. 1133 Mare Junior Champion & Reserve –33” & Under 50. 1134 Mare Grand Champion & Reserve - Under 51. 1146 Youth Halter Mare - Under 52. 1169 Mare Owned, Bred & Shown by Exhibitor - Under 53. 1137 Solid Colour Mare - Under 54. 1139 Multi-Colour Mare - Under Halter Mare - Over 55. 1219 Model Mare, 2 & Older – Over 56. 1220 Aged Mare 3 & Older – Over 34”- 38” 57. 1221 Mare Senior Champion & Reserve–Over 34”-38” 58. 1222 Mare Two Year Old – Over 33” – 37” 59. 1223 Mare Yearling – Over 32” – 36” 60. 1224 Mare Foal of Current Year - Over 30”- 32” 61. 1225 Mare Junior Champion & Reserve - Over 62. 1226 Mare Grand Champion & Reserve - Over 63. 1228 Youth Halter Mare – Over 64. 1262 Mare Owned, Bred & Shown by Exhibitor - Over 65. 1230 Solid Colour Mare - Over 66. 1232 Multi-Colour Mare - Over Showmanship - Under & Over 67. 1144 Amateur Showmanship - Under 68. 1237 Amateur Showmanship- Over 69. 1142 Youth Showmanship – Mare/Gelding 34” & Under - Age 13 - 17 70. 1141 Youth Showmanship – Mare/Gelding 34” & Under - Age 8 - 12 71. 1140 Youth Showmanship – Mare/Gelding 34” & Under - Age 7 & Under 72. 1235 Youth Showmanship – Mare/Gelding Over - Age 13 - 17 73. 1234 Youth Showmanship – Mare/Gelding Over - Age 8 - 12 74. 1233 Youth Showmanship – Mare/Gelding Over - Age 7 & Under www.draytonfair.ca


Miniature Horse Show Costume - Group & Individual 75. 1538 Youth Costume, Group - 38” & Under 76. 1539 Youth Costume, Individual - 38” & Under Jumper - Adult & Youth 77. 1317 Adult Jumper - Under 78. 1417 Adult Jumper - Over 79. 1318 Youth Jumper - Under 80. 1418 Youth Jumper – Over Halter Obstacle - Under & Over 81. 1313 Open Halter Obstacle - Under 82. 1413 Open Halter Obstacle - Over Driving - Under 83. 1307 Open Pleasure Driving – Under 84. 1309 Amateur Pleasure Driving – Under 85. 1319 Ladies Pleasure Driving - Under 86. 1320 Gentlemen Pleasure Driving - Under 87. 1308 Youth Pleasure Driving – Under 88. 1310 Pleasure Driving Stake – Under 89. 1301 Open Country Pleasure Driving – Under 90. 1303 Amateur Country Pleasure Driving – Under 91 1305 Ladies Country Pleasure Driving - Under 92. 1306 Gentlemen Country Pleasure Driving - Under 93. 1304 Youth Country Pleasure Driving - Under 94. 1302 Country Pleasure Driving Stake - Under

95. 96. 97. 98.

1346 Open Western Country Pleasure Driving - Under 1347 Western Country Pleasure Driving Stake - Under 1311 Open Roadster - Under 1312 Roadster Stake - Under

Driving - Over 99. 1407 Open Pleasure Driving – Over 100. 1409 Amateur Pleasure Driving – Over 101. 1419 Ladies Pleasure Driving - Over 102. 1420 Gentlemen Pleasure Driving - Over 103. 1408 Youth Pleasure Driving – Over 104. 1410 Pleasure Driving Stake – Over 105. 1401 Open Country Pleasure Driving – Over 106. 1403 Amateur Country Pleasure Driving - Over 107. 1405 Ladies Country Pleasure Driving - Over 108. 1406 Gentlemen Country Pleasure Driving - Over 109. 1404 Youth Country Pleasure Driving - Over 110. 1402 Country Pleasure Driving Stake - Over 111. 1443 Open Western Country Pleasure Driving - Over 112. 1444 Western Country Pleasure Driving Stake - Over 113. 1411 Open Roadster - Over 114. 1412 Roadster Stake - Over

Prizes will be paid out for the Grand Champion and Stake Classes: Champion - $40.00 Reserve - $20.00

Miniature Horse Show Specials GRANT & EDITH SCHIECK Special: Awarded to the three participants with the highest total points in the Miniature Horse Show. Prizes: 1st - $25.00, 2nd - $15.00, 3rd - $10.00 captain cook de fries Special: Trophies awarded for Halter High Points and for Performance High Points. Show Manager’s Anniversary Special: “Bring your Family to the Fair” - Prize awarded to the Exhibitor with the most family members atttending the Fair, showing or not - sign in throughout the day with the Show Secretary to be counted. MINIATURE HORSE SHOW SPONSORS: • Brubacher’s Harness Supplies Inc. • Captain Cook de Fries • Gray’s Auction Service • Murray’s Miniatures • Nieuwland Feed & Supply Limited • Paul & Cathy Noble • Grant & Edith Schieck • Brad & Dianne Schieck • Wellington Construction www.draytonfair.ca

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OPEN Heavy & LIGHT Horse Show Saturday, August 11th – 10:30

am

Director: Jim Walker 638-2449, Reg Black, Wendy Holtzhauer, Janice Nixon Please Note: Exhibitors must register with the Secretary prior to the show. When an exhibitor is showing more than one entry in a class, please ensure the additional entries are listed on the entry form. Numbers must be worn while showing. Proof of insurance is required, and all exhibitors must sign a “Hold Harmless” agreement. Helmets must be worn when showing under saddle. Order of showing will be announced.

1st 2nd 3rd 4th

1st 2nd 3rd 4th

Class A- All Breed heavy Horse Harness Class

Class D – Open Class

1. 4 Horse Hitch 2. Unicorn Hitch 3. Heavy Team 4. Light Team 5. Best Mated & Groomed Team 6. Team with Lady Driver 8. Single Draft Hitch

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

$80 $60 $40 $40 $40 $40 $20

$70 $50 $35 $35 $35 $35 $15

$60 $40 $30 $30 $30 $30 $12

$50 $30 $25 $25 $25 $25 $10

$60 $40 $30 $30 $12

$50 $30 $25 $25 $10

Class B – Haflinger Harness Class

1. 4 Horse Hitch 2. Unicorn Hitch 3. Team 4. Tandem 5. Single

$80 $60 $40 $40 $20

$70 $50 $35 $35 $15

Class C – Hackney Ponies Harness Class

1. Hackney Pony Team 2. Fine Harness Pony Team 3. Single Hackney Pony 4. Single Fine Harness Pony 5. Tandem

$25 $25 $20 $20 $30

$20 $15 $20 $15 $15 $10 $15 $10 $25 $20

$10 $10 $8 $8 $15

Junior Driver (Heavy or Haflinger) Junior Driver (Hackney Pony) Lady Driver (Haflinger or Hackney) Open Horse or Pony under Saddle Open Costume Class

$20 $20 $20 $20 $20

$15 $15 $15 $15 $15

$12 $12 $12 $12 $12

$10 $10 $10 $10 $10

$20 $20 $20 $20 $20 $20 $20 $20 $20 $20 $20 $20

$15 $15 $15 $15 $15 $15 $15 $15 $15 $15 $15 $15

$12 $10 $12 $10 $12 $10 $12 $10 $12 $10 $12 $10 $12 $10 $12 $10 $12 $10 $12 $10 $12 $10 $12 $10

Class E - Line Class

1. Draft - Broodmare 2. Draft - Foal of 2012 3. Draft - Yearling 4. Draft - 2 year old filly or gelding 5. Draft - 3 horses owned by 1 owner 6. Haflinger - Broodmare 7. Haflinger - Foal of 2012 8. Haflinger - Yearling 9. Haflinger - 2 year old filly or gelding 10. Haflinger - 3 year old & over filly or gelding 11. Junior Showmanship (under 18) 12. Best Pony on the Grounds Reg Black Special Halter for the best Heavy Horse on the Grounds

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Dairy Cattle Show Saturday, August 11th – 12:00 Class F – Open Dairy Classes

pm.

Director: Dave Wooddisse 638-2705, Elaine Cheesmond 638-5129, Romy & Ryan Schill 669-4146

1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th

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Beef Cattle Show Sunday, August 12th - 12:00

pm

Class V – Open Beef Classes

Director: David Wooddisse 638-2705, Lindsay Mitchell 638-3568

Please Note: Exhibitors

register and pick up back numbers from the

Numbers

Secretary

prior to show.

must be worn while showing.

1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 1. Seniors showmanship, ages 16 – 21, $50 $40 $30 $20 $20 $10 2. Intermediate Showmanship, ages 13- 15 $50 $40 $30 $20 $20 $10 Sponsored by Drayton Mapleton Agricultural Society 3. Junior Showmanship, ages 10 – 12 $50 $40 $30 $20 $20 $10 4. Showmanship, ages 9 and under $50 $40 $30 $20 $20 $10 5. Champion & Reserve Beef Showperson Rosettes donated by Drayton Mapleton Agricultural Society 6. Showmanship, 22 and over $50 $40 $30 Sponsored by Secure Insurance 7. Heifer Calf, born after Jan. 1, 2012 $50 $40 $30 $20 $20 $10 8. Fall Yearling, Born Sept 1, 2011 – Dec 31, 2011 $50 $40 $30 $20 $20 $10 9. Summer Yearling, Born Apr 1, 2011 – Aug 31, 2011 $50 $40 $30 $20 $20 $10 10. Senior Yearling, Born Jan 1, 2011 – Mar 31, 2011 $50 $40 $30 $20 $20 $10 11. Champion Beef Breeding Heifer, Rosettes donated by Drayton Mapleton Agricultural Society 12. Market Animal $50 $40 $30 $20 $20 $10 Sponsored by Jones Feed Mill 13. Group of three animals. Prize for winning group. $50

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Goat Show

Saturday, August 11th - 11:00 a.m. Outside Pens Director: Femmy Campbell 519-343-5882

Exhibitors limited to 2 entries in each section. Contact the Director for information. Exhibitors please bring your own straw. ClassI - Alpine 1. Doe Kid 2011 $14 2. Dry yearling doe, never born a kid $14 3. Doe, 1st freshener $14 4. Doe, 2nd freshener $14 5. Doe, 3rd or more freshener $14 6. Best doe from section above: Champion & Reserve

$13 $13 $13 $13 $13

$12 $12 $12 $12 $12

Class J - Nubian List and prizes as Class I Class K - ToggenBurg List and prizes as Class I Class L - La Mancha List and prizes as Class I Class M - Saanen List and Prizes as Class I Class N - Open Class Any animal not shown in previous classes List and prizes as class I Class O - Boer Goats List and prizes as class I

$11 $11 $11 $11 $11

SPECIALS 7. Best Dam and Daughter in the show: Trophy donated by Santog Dairy Goats 8. Best Kid in the show: Trophy donated by Nieuwland Feed & supply Ltd. 9. Best Dow in the show: Ribbon Only 10. Showmanship: Trophy donated by Drayton Mapleton Agricultural Society

Sheep Show

Sunday August 12 - Judging

to start at

12.30

pm.

“OUTSIDE PENS”

Directors: Jim Driscoll 519 638 5703 Jim Walker 519 638 2449

Exhibitors limited to 2 entries in each section single entry in groups. All entries must be washed Class P - Southdowns 1. Yearling Ewe $20 $18 $16 $15 $12 Sheep Show 2. Ewe Lamb $20 $18 $16 $15 $12 Sponsors: 3. Pair of Ewes From Class 1 or 2 $20 $18 $16 $15 $12 4. Yearling Ram $20 $18 $16 $15 $12 5. Ram Lamb $20 $18 $16 $15 $12 The Old Mill 6. Mixed Pair From Class 1,2,4 or 5 $20 $18 $16 $15 $12 & Atlas 7. Get of Sire - $20 $18 $16 $15 $12 Tanning Group of 3 animals from one sire. 1st pair of incisors in place. Both sexes may be represented Floradale 8. Breeders Flock - $20 $18 $16 $15 $12 Feed Mill Group of 4 animals. Both sexes must be represented Ltd.

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Class Q – Suffolk List and prizes as in Class P

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Class S – Dorset – List and prizes as in Class P

$12 $12 $12 $12 $12 $12 $12 $12

Class T – Any Other Breed – List and prizes as in Class P

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DRISCOLL FARMS 7153 Sideroad 12 Mapleton, RR#2, Moorefield, ON N0G 2K0 Cell: 519-501-0137 Tel: 519-638-3251 Email: neil@driscollfarms.ca

2012 Driscoll Farms Winter Wheat Challenge

Open to any wheat grower in Wellington County 1 Class for Soft Red Winter Wheat 1 Class for Hard Red Winter Wheat Any size field to be signed up with DFB. Entire field delivered to Driscoll Farms or pick up can be arranged. Winner will be decided by total yield converted to dry tonnes less dockage done by Driscoll Farms. Wheat does not have to be sold at delivery.

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Hay & Grain Class AA – Hay & Grain Director: Dave Wooddisse 519-638-2705 All exhibits to be tagged. 2011 cereal grains are eligible in this class. Entries must be in place between 6:30pm & 8:30pm Thursday, August 9th or between 8:30am and 11:00am Friday, August 10th. Removal time 4:00pm Sunday, August 12th. Sponsored

1. Bushel of hard Red Winter Wheat 2. Bushel of hard Red Spring Wheat 3. Bushel of Soft Red Winter Wheat 4. Bushel of Soft White Winter Wheat 5. Bale of Legume Hay 6. Bushel of Corn Silage 7. 5 Stalks of Ensilage Corn 8. Bale of Grass Hay 9. Bushel of Haylage

by

1st 2nd 3rd $15 $10 $5 $15 $10 $5 $15 $10 $5 $15 $10 $5 $15 $10 $5 $15 $10 $5 $15 $10 $5 $15 $10 $5 $15 $10 $5

Bramhill Seed Co.

1st 2nd 3rd 10. Bushel of Oats $15 $10 $5 11. Bushel of Mixed Grain $15 $10 $5 12. Bushel of Barley $15 $10 $5 13. Bramhill Seed Co. Special: $75. seed voucher to High P oint Winner in Hay and Grain Section. $15 $10 $5 15. Driscoll Winter Wheat Challenge $50 $30 $20

Roots & Vegetables Class BB - Roots & Vegetables Directors: John

and

Stephanie Klaassen – 519-638-2106

One entry per class. All entries must be produce of your own garden. Vegetables should be wiped clean. Entries must be in place between 6:30 & 8:30 pm Thursday, August 9th, or between 8:00 & 11:00 am Friday, August 10th. Removal time 4:00 pm Sunday, August 12th. Prizes: 1st - $4.00, 2nd - $3.00, 3rd - $2.00 1. 5 snow peas 2. 5 pods peas 3. 5 table carrots, tops trimmed to 1” (2.5 cm) 4. 3 ripe tomatoes, stems on 5. Largest tomato, by weight, can be green 6. 5 Tiny Tim tomatoes, ripe,stems on 7. 2 field cucumbers 8. 2 English cucumbers 9. 5 onions, Dutch Set, may be green 10. 5 onions, Spanish Set, may be green 11. 3 garlic bulbs 12. 1 litre multiplier onions, may be green 13. 3 green peppers, stems on 14. 3 hot peppers, stems on 15. 10 green beans 16. 10 wax (yellow) beans 17. 5 climbing beans 18. 2 stems leek, trimmed 19. 1 head cabbage, green 20. 1 head cabbage, red www.draytonfair.ca

21. 5 pickling beets, tops trimmed to 1” (2.5 cm) 22. 3 ears sweet corn, 1/3 kernels showing 23. 1 zucchini, largest by weight 24. 1 potato, largest by weight 25. 5 white potatoes, any variety 26. 5 red potatoes, any variety 27. Selection of not more than 5 squash, labeled 28. Vegetable oddity 29. Homecraft Directors Special: Prizes:

1st - $20, 2nd – $15, 3rd - $10 Best collection of home grown vegetables -no less than 7 named vegetables. 30. Margreth Signer Special: Prizes 1st - $20, 2nd - $15, 3rd - $5 “Summer Bounty” – using vegetables & herbs to express the season, displayed in a container or on a board. Variety to count, flowers may be added for decoration.

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Horticulture Class CC – Horticulture

Directors: Phyllis Fletcher, (519) 638-2372, Elvira Bawden, Lisa Bye, Susan Klassen, Jr. Director: Jacinda Schieck.

Please read prize list carefully. Entry tags must TIED, not taped to exhibit. Entries must be in place between 6:20 and 8:30pm Thursday, August 9th or between 8:30 and 11:00 am Friday, August 10. Judging begins at 12 noon Friday, August 10. Door closes Sunday at 3:30pm. Removal time-Sunday 4:p.m. Flowers and plants must be homegrown. Prizes: 1st - $4.00, 2nd - $3.00, 3rd - $2.00 43. Petunias, 2 sprays, any colour, double bloom Potted Plants: NO PLANTS IN HANGERS. Single plant per pot (exceptions # 3 and 4) 44. Rose, 1 tea rose in bloom in bowl 45. Rose, 1 spray, miniature, any colour 1. African violet, single crown, single floret 46. Rose, Grandiflora or Floribunda, 1 spray 2. African violet, single crown, double or semi- double floret 47. Salvia, 3 blooms 3. Baby Tears 48. Snapdragons, tall, 3 stems, any colour 4. Shamrock 49. Snapdragons, dwarf(semi) 3 stems, any colour’ 5. Begonia, tuberous, large flowering 50. Sweet peas, 3 stems, any colour 6. Begonia, foliage beauty 51. Zinnias, 1 bloom, over 4”(10cm) 7. Cactus or succulent 52. Zinnias, 3 blooms, 2’-4”in(5-10cm) 8. Coleus 53. Zinnias, 3 blooms, under 2”(5cm) 9. Orchid 54. Lavatera, 1 stalk. Any colour 55. Asters, 3 blooms, any colour 10. Geranium, in bloom, red 56. Sunflower, 1 bloom, under 6”(15cm) 11. Geranium, in bloom, any colour 57. Sunflower, 1 bloom , over 6”(15cm) 12. Geranium, variegated leaf, any colour 58. Everlasting flower: Helichrysum (straw flower) 13. Impatiens, (single bloom) 59. Any other annual, 1 stem or spray named 14. Impatiens, (double bloom) 60. Any blooming perennial, 1 stem, named if possible 15. Fern, any kind, named 16. Streptocarpus Floral Designs 17. Aloe Vera Prizes: 1st - $6.00, 2nd - $5.00, 3rd - $4.00 18. Spider plant 61. “Good Morning”, bright colours in a coffee mug 19. Any flower plant, not listed, with bloom 62. “Gorgeous”, vase of mixed annuals, minimum 4 varieties 63. “Spirit Lifter”, design for a confined person 20. Any non-flowering plant, not listed. Not over 15” Cut Flowers Gladioli stem should be cut back to 10” to avoid tipping over.

21. Cleome. 1 stem, any colour 22. Clarkia, 1 bloom, any colour 23. Cosmos, 1 stem, at least 3 blooms 24. Calendula, 3 blooms, any colour 25. Cornflower, 3 blooms, 1 colour 26. Coneflower, any colour 27. Chrysanthemum, 2 stems, any kind, any colour 28. Dahlia, Pompom, under 2” (5cm) 1 bloom 29. Decorative dahlia, 2’(5cm) or over, 1 bloom 30. Dahlia, Cactus1 bloom 31. Dahlia, l bloom, 6”(15cm) any colour 32. Gladioli, 1 spike, red 33. Gladioli ,3 spikes, white and or pink 34. Gladioli, 3 spikes, each a different colour 35. Gladioli, 1 spike, any colour not listed 36. Gladioli, miniature, 1 spike, any colour 37. Marigolds, 3 blooms, under 2”(5cm) 38. French Marigolds, 3 blooms, any size 39. Marigolds, 3 blooms, 2- 4”(5-10cm) 40. Marigolds, 3 blooms, over 4”(10cm) 41. Pansies, 3 blooms, with own foliage 42. Petunias, 2 sprays, any colour, single bloom www.draytonfair.ca

64. Display of Zinnias all around 65. In a vase, using flowers and grasses , found in a fence corner 66. Dish Garden: miniature landscape in an open shallow container not over 15”(38cm) in any direction 67. Remember Grandma :old fashioned flowers in an antique container, Not over 15”(38cm) in any direction

Horticulture Specials

68. Pine Corner Tree Farm , Jack and Donna Vos Special: Best potted plant(#1-20) Prize :$10.00 gift certificate 69. Blooming Dale’s Special: Best Rose(#44,45,46 Prize: $10.00 gift certificate 70. Dobben’s True Value Special: Best Gladioli (#32-36) Prize: $10.00 gift Certificate 71. Homecraft Director’s Special: Table arrangement, with flowers of yellow and one contrasting colour. No more that 10” high Prizes:” 1st $20.0 2nd-$15.00 3rd-$10. 72. Helen Moffat Special: “Summertime” large arrangement (OVER 15”) (38CM) tall of cut sunflowers, other foliage and one contrasting flower PRIZES: 1st - $5.00 2nd $4.00 3rd - $3.00 73. Floral and Hardy Special: Flower arrangement using day lilies and Hostas. Prize:$30.00 gift Certificate 74. Arlene Martin Memorial Trophy: Presented to the exhibitor with most points in Horticulture . Winners from the previous two years not eligible.

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Truck & Tractor Pull Garden Tractor Pull - 1:00pm Start

Saturday, August 11th CLASSES: Stock - 650, 800, 1000 & Open | Modified - 750, 950, 1150 & Open Director: Harvey Miller 519-846-5556 Prie: 1st - $25, 2nd - $15, 3rd - $10 Sponsored by Halwell Mutual Insurance Company Truck Pull Friday, August 10th 6:30 pm Non-Circuit 4x4 Trucks - 6500 Sponsored by Conestogo Agri Systems Inc. Non-Circuit 4x4 Trucks - 8500 Sponsored by ElmirA Auto Supplies Circuit 4x4 Trucks - 5500 Sponsored by Sprucegreen Truck & Tractor Repairs Super

stock

4x4 Trucks - 6000

CHILDREN 10 AND UNDER - 2 CLASSES 650, 800 Sponsored by: Harvey Miller TRACTOR WEIGH IN: 12:00 noon Saturday August 11th followed by 33rd Annual Sanctioned Truck & Tractor Pull Central Ontario Tractor Pullers Association Tractor Pull Saturday, August 11th 6:00 pm True Vintage Tractors - 5500 Non-Circuit Vintage Tractors - 6500 Sponsored by Hanna & Hamilton Construction, Drayton Kinsmen

STAN DRISCOLL MEMORIAL AWARD For the newest Case International Tractor, any model at the pull. Modified Farm Tractors 8,000, 10,500, 11,500 Sponsored by Chalmers Fuels,

Pro Mod Diesel 4x4 trucks- 8000 Sponsored by Drayton Agricultural Society Modified Tractors - Heavy Sponsored by Country Air & Repair

Skerritt Excavating, ESM Ltd., Plumeville Construction Inc

Pro Modified (not Street) Diesel 4x4 Trucks

Pro Stock Tractors – 7,000; 8,000; 9,000; 10,000 Sponsored by Holborn Farms,

Mini Modified Tractors TRUCK WEIGH IN: 4:00pm Friday August 10th TRACTOR WEIGH IN: 4:00pm Saturday August 11th Digital Electronic Scales will be used for track-side weigh in at the John Street entrance.

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The

Stoltz Sales & Service, Shantz Farm Equipment, Murray Group, Premier Equipment Ltd.

Stock 22,000 / Stock 32,000 Duals Sponsored by Rothsay Farm Services, Hi-View Auctions, Mapleton Contracting

“King of the Pull” Competition Class 1 - Local Farm Tractors 22,000 lbs Class 2 - Local Farm Tractors 32,000 lbs Sponsored by EKotuning.com www.draytonfair.ca


Thank you

to the following pull sponsors who contributed to the cost of the sled, scales, lighting and P.A. system Pit King Ltd., Zonne Gloren Farms Bailey Repair Service

“King of the Pull” Sponsored by: Ekotuning.com Local Farm Tractor Pull Competition

To promote the participation of local farmers in area tractor pulls the Drayton, Grand River and Fergus Agricultural Societies would like to award a top cash prize and trophy to the top pullers in local farm tractor classes. Points will be accumulated in the 22,000 lbs local farm class, and the 32,000 lbs local farm class. After the Fergus Fall Fair tractor pull, the point winners from each class will be awarded a $100 prize, a trophy, and be crowned the “King of the Hill” in Wellington County local farm classes.

TRACK OFFICIALS DECISIONS FINAL.

All competitors must meet all COTPA rules regarding NON-CIRCUIT tractors, as well as all required safety rules.

Classes will not necessarily be pulling in the order printed For information contact David McCready 519-820-1133 Jim Zantinge 519-503-4682

Point System Will Be as Follows: 1st place – 20 points | 2nd place – 19 points 3rd place - 18 points | 4th place – 17 points Down to ………. . 20th place - 1 point Points will be accumulated after each event. The final results will be announced after the Fergus Fall Fair Pull Class Rules: see COTPA website: www.cotpa.org

– see NON-Circuit Tractor Rules, General Rules Any Puller misconduct will result in immediate surrender of points For more information Call Derek Bruder 519-501-1387

Demolition Derby

1,500

$

Sunday, August 12th, 2012 - 2:00pm Pit opens at 11:00 a.m. Inspection Derby to begin at 2:00 p.m. sharp at the Drayton Fair Grounds

begins at

12:00

noon

in prize money

YOUR CAR “MUST” ARRIVE “READY TO GO” Drivers “must” register between 11:00am & 1:00pm & attend the Drivers’ Meeting at 1:45pm

Feature Car Wins:

***THREE CLASSES***

$

4 Cylinder Cars, Full Size Cars-6 & 8 Cylinders, Half Ton Trucks - 2 Wheel Drive ONLY

700.00

Trophies for: Best Decorated Car sponsored by DRAYTON AGRICULTURAL FAIR BOARD

Best Decorated Truck sponsored by DIPPEL’S FAMILY GARAGE INC.

Entry Fee: $35 For more information contact: Dave Dippel 519-638-2950 or Brad Schieck 848-5329 www.draytonfair.ca

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Culinary Crafts CLASS DD - Culinary Crafts

Directors: Shelda Morphy 519-638-5022, Barb Waite, Darlene Brodhaecker Junior Director: Matthew Brodhaecker Baking

Thursday August 9 between 6:30 Friday August 10 9:00am - 11:00am.

must be in between or

pm

- 8:30

pm,

Baking is to be removed on Friday August 10 at 4:00 pm or when judging is completed. All Baking To Be Double Tagged, In Clean Plastic Bags, No Plastic Wrap, No Elastic Closures, No Commercial Mixes Or Fillings. Unless Specifically States. Thank You!

**If you are first time exhibitor, mark your entry tag N.E. (New Exhibitor) PIES (ON FOIL):

1. 2. 3.

New foil plates should be tempered before use in 400o F oven for at least 10 minutes, or bottom of pie will not cook. Prizes: 1st- $6.00, 2nd-$4.00, 3rd- $3.00 Dutch Apple Pie Blueberry Pie Butter tarts (5) - No Raisins

SPECIALS: 1st prize becomes the property of donor.

Prizes: 1st-$10.00, 2nd -$3.00, 3rd -$2.00 4. SIENY & JERRY KLAASSEN Special - Lemon Pie 2 with meringue (fridge available) 5. CONNIE WALKER Special - Currant & Raspberry Pie 6. CONNIE WALKER Special - 1 dozen Lemon Tarts with Meringue (fridge available) 7. HERITAGE FUNERAL Special - Cherry Pie, 2 crust, fancy top 8 DOUG &MARY HILBORN Special -1 Dozen Butter tarts

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SPECIALS:

LOAVES - MUFFINS

CAKES: Place cake on foil covered cardboard 1” larger than cake.

26. 27. 28. 29. 30.

1st prize becomes property of donor Prizes: 1st-$ 20.00, 2nd- $3.00, 3rd- $2.00 9. RON BULTS Special -- Peach Pie, 2 crust, any top No Nutmeg. Thank you! 10. 11. 12.

Prizes: 1st- $5.00, 2nd -$4.00, 3rd- $3.00 Banana Cake, 8’ or 9”, iced Apple Cake, 8” or 9”, iced Vanilla Cake, 8” or 9” round, iced

SPECIALS: 1st prize becomes property of donor.

Prizes: 1st -$10.00, 2nd-$3.00, 3rd-$2.00 13. ROBERT PEEL Special - Carrot Cake iced, (No Nuts) 9”x13” fridge available) 14. RON ELLIS Special - 2 Layer Chocolate Cake NO DATE FILLING 15. JOHN CHERREY Special - 2 layer Chocolate Cake, ICED 16. NADINE PEEL Special - 2 layer Chocolate Cake WITH DATE FILLING Prizes: 1st $25.00, 2nd $15.00, 3rd $10.00 17. JIM & MARION WALKER Special - Dark Christmas Cake RECIPES MADE WITH SPLENDA

Please enclose proof of Splenda purchase with entry. Photocopies are acceptable. Prizes: : 1st - $4.00, 2nd - $3.00, 3rd $2.00 18. Apple Gingerbread Muffins (5) 19. Brownines (5) 20. Applesauce Spice Bars or Squares (5) 21. Oatmeal Bars (5) SQUARES - BISCUITS -COOKIES

Prizes: 1st - $4.00, 2nd - $3.00, 3rd - $2.00 22. Chocolate Chip Cookies (5) 23. Peanut Butter Cookies (5) 24. Pineapple Bars (5) 25. Tea Biscuits (NO Raisins) (5)

Muffins on plate or trays, NO PAPERS. Loaves please cut in half. enter one half of the loaf in a clean plastic bag. Prizes: 1st - $4.00, 2nd - $3.00, 3rd - $2.00 Lemon Loaf Zucchini Loaf Cornbread (no yeast) Carrot Pineapple Muffins (No Nuts) (5) Morning Glory Muffins (5)

YEAST BREAD & BUNS

Prizes : 1st - $4.00, 2nd -$3.00. 3rd - $2.00 31. Loaf white bread 32. Loaf fruit bread 33. Loaf white bread made in bread machine 34. Dinner Buns (5) 35. LOAF: 60% Whole Wheat Bread, baked in 4x8x2 ½ pan . Winner to supply loaf for District Competition in October/November. FOR MEN ONLY

Prizes: 1st - $4.00, 2nd - $3.00, 3rd $2.00 36. Raspberry Bars (5) 37. Loaf of bread, any kind, any method 38. Chocolate Cake iced 8” round single layer 39. Apple Streusel Muffins (5) 40. Cornflake Macaroons (5) 41. Strawberry jam (freezer) - 250 ml jar (fridge available) COMMERCIAL MIXES:

The following baking items may be made with Commercial mixes. Place cake on foil covered cardboard 1” larger than the cake. Prizes: 1st - $4.00, 2nd - $3.00, 3rd $2.00 42. Brownies - using a Commercial mix enter 5 brownies (5) 43. Double layer white cake iced - 8” round - using a Commercial mix 44. Blueberry Muffins - using a Commercial mix - enter 5 muffins MOST POINTS FOR MEN ONLY - 37-42

Prize: $10.00 voucher from Zehrs Markets

MOST POINTS IN CULINARY CRAFTS, PICKLES & PRESERVES

Prize: Voucher from Zehrs Markets

FIRST TIME EXHIBITOR with most points in CULINARY CRAFTS, PICKLES & PRESERVES.

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Prize: 1 year subscription to CANADIAN LIVING Magazine. Please indicate on your entry tags if you are First Time Exhibitor , mark your entry tag N.E. (New Exhibitor). The Winner can pick up the magazine and subscription on Friday when picking up baking. Thank you so much for entering!

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156th Drayton Fair Schedule

of

Events

Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Sunday, August 12, 2012

8:00 pm – Ambassador of the Fair Competition Drayton Chop House

7:30 am – Gates open 9:00 am – Exhibits Open, Miniature Horse Show 12:00 pm – Beef Cattle Show, Midway opens 12:30 pm – Sheep Show 2:00 pm – Demolition Derby 5:00 pm – Midway closes

Friday, August 10, 2012 5:00 pm – Gates, Exhibits and Midway open 6:30 pm – Truck Pull

Saturday, August 11, 2012 7:30 am - Gates open 10:00 am – Exhibits open 10:30 am - Heavy Horse Show 11:30 am - Goat Show 12:00 pm – Dairy Cattle Show, Midway opens 1:00 pm – Garden Tractor Pull 2:00 pm – Pet Show 3:00 pm – Peter Mennie is the Magic Guy 4:00 pm – Baby Show 6:00pm - Tractor Pull

Admission: Adults - $10; 12 & Under - FREE Weekend Pass: Adults - $25; 12 & Under Free

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Vendors open: Friday 5:00 p.m. to 10 pm, Saturday 10:00 am to 10:00 pm Sunday 11:00 am to 3:00 pm Licensed facility (beer garden) All Weekend Coffee and Breakfast available on the grounds Saturday and Sunday mornings

$25 Midway Ride Passes Available Toonie Thursday - All Rides $2 each Friday: 5pm – 10pm, Saturday: 12pm. – 6pm & 4pm – 10 pm, Sunday: 12pm – 5pm Saturday only, an early wristband, still attached to the wrist, can be redeemed for a late wristband. Cost $10.

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PICKLES AND PRESERVES Class EE - 2012 Pickles

and

Preserves

Director: Erica Zantinge 519-638-3323 All entries must have new snap caps and rings in sealed litre jars for fruit and pickles and pint (250 ml) jars for jams and jellies. Only one jar per entry except where specified (BERNARDIN Gift Basket). Only one entry per class. UNSEALED JARS, RUBBER RINGS WITH GLASS LIDS & WAX SEALS WILL NOT BE JUDGED. Please no cloth covers on the jars. Entries must be in between 6:30 – 9:00 pm Thursday or 8:30 – 11:00 am Friday. Removal time is 4:00 Friday, or when judging is complete. Prizes: 1st - $3.00, 2nd - $2.00, 3rd - $1.00 1. Apple Sauce 2. Any Fruit Cocktail (minimum of three fruits) 3. Canned Peaches 4. Strawberry Jam (Cooked) 5. Raspberry Jam (Cooked) 6. Any Other Cooked Jam – Must include attached recipe 7. Strawberry Jam (Freezer) 8. Raspberry Jam (Freezer) 9. Red Currant Jelly 10. Grape Jelly 11. Any Other Jelly – Must include attached recipe 12. Dill Pickles 13. Icicle Pickles 14. Bread & Butter Pickles 15. Any Other Pickle – Must include attached recipe 16. Any Chutney – Must include attached recipe 17. Canned Tomatoes 18. Chili Sauce 19. Shirley Cooper Special: Any Diabetic Jam or Jelly – Must include attached recipe. 1st - $5.00, 2nd - $3.00, 3rd - $2.00 20. Dave Cooper Special: Any Diabetic Chili Sauce - Must include attached recipe. 1st - $10.00, 2nd - $7.00, 3rd - $3.00 21. John and Arlie Zantinge Special: Salsa – Medium heat – Must include attached recipe 1st - $5.00, 2nd - $3.00, 3rd - $2.00

22. Gail Lambert: Any Marmalade – Must include attached recipe. 1st - $5.00, 2nd - $3.00, 3rd - $2.00 23. Ann Buehler Special: Any preserve containing Zucchini – Must include attached recipe. 1st - $5.00, 2nd - $3.00, 3rd - $2.00 24. CERTO Best Jam or Jelly Special: Best Jam or Jelly using CERTO. Must include attached recipe and Certo label as proof of use. Judged on appearance, taste and recipe creativity. 1st - $20.00 product coupon, 2nd - $10.00 product Coupon 25. BERNARDIN Gift Basket Special: A Gift Basket designed for a specific occasion (New Baby, House Warming, etc.) including a minimum of three labeled home-canned preservatives in BERNARDIN Mason Jars and SNAP Lids along with other various items appropriate to the theme. Judged on creativity, perceived value and quality of preserves as well as presentation. 1st - $10.00. Winner will be entered in the Bernardin National Gift Pack Competition with a $100.00 grand prize as well as $25.00 prize for 2nd and 3rd places. 26. BERNARDIN Mason Jar and SNAP Lid

Creative Craft Award:

Best decorative or functional homemade craft made using BERNARDIN Mason Jars and/or 2-piece SNAP lid (eg. Snow Globe, Hide and Seek, Potpourri, Candle). 1st - $10.00 gift certificate.

Preserved by Dehydration CLASS EED – Director: Erica Zantinge – (519) 638-3323 Prizes: 1st - $3.00, 2nd - $2.00, 3rd - $1.00

1. Any Dehydrated Fruit (labeled) 2. Any Dehydrated Vegetable (labeled) 3. Fruit Leather www.draytonfair.ca

4. Director’s Special: Any One Dried Herb (labeled) – Packaged in a small preserves jar or spice bottle. 1st - $5.00, 2nd - $3.00, 3rd $2.00

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Leisure Arts & Crafts Class FF - Leisure Arts & Crafts

DIRECTORS: Helen Moffat – 519-638-2493, Enid Whale, Ann Whale, Jean Brodhaecker, Stephanie Naylor, Connie Walker, Rachel Brodhaecker

Exhibits must be in place between 6:30 – 8:30 pm Thursday August 9th or between 8:30 – 11:00am Friday, August 10th. Doors close at 3:30 Sunday. Removal time 4:00pm Sunday. RULES: All articles must be made and owned by the exhibitor. All old, defaced or soiled work will be discarded in favour of up-to-date-work. ALL ARTICLES SHOWN FOR THE PREVIOUS 2 YEARS ARE NOT ELIGIBLE FOR A PRIZE. All small articles must be mounted All quilts must be at least double size(72”x90”,minimum 324” measured on the perimeter) unless otherwise stated. NOTE: PLEASE USE SAFETY PINS, NOT STRAIGHT PINS Quilts & Bedroom PRIZES: 1ST:$8.00, 2ND-$5.00, 3RD-$4.00 1. Quilt , cotton, hand quilted 2. Sampler Quilt- every block a different pattern, hand quilted 3. Quilt, solid colour, hand quilted 4. Quilt, exhibitor’s choice, hand quilted 5. Quilt, machine quilted 6. Quilt, using pre-printed material, hand quilted 7. Sample quilt block – pieced, appliquéed, or embroidered. Must be 12 ½” by 12 ½’(31cmX31cm) mounted and named Grand Champion quilt – hand quilted – prize- $10.00 Reserve Champion Quilt – hand quilted – prize -$5.00 Grand Champion Quilt – machine quilted- prize- $10.00 Reserve Champion Quilt – machine quilted- prize -$5.00 8. Quilt top only (not quilted) 9. Quilt or comforter, (tied) 10. Quilted wall hanging, ready to hang, not less than 18”square 11. Crib quilt, child’s nursery design (pre-printed fabric) hand quilted 12. Crib quilt, pieced, and tied, approximate size 45’ x 54” 13. Crib quilt, pieced and either hand or machine quilted approximate size 45” x 54” 14. Lap quilt, minimum size 36”x40” maximum size 45”x60” 15. Debbie Oxby Special: Prizes: 1st$8.00, 2nd $5.00, 3rd $2.00 A) Crib quilt, solid colour, hand quilted B) Appliquéed quilt, full size Living Room PRIZES: 1ST-$4.00, 2ND- $3.00, 3RD$2.00 16. Afghan, knit, minimum 45”x60”(112cm x 150cm) or larger 17. Afghan, crochet, minimum 45”x60”(112cm x 150cm) or larger 18. Afghan, made from squares or strips knit or crochet 19. Lap Afghan, not more that 3’ x4’ (90cm x120cm) 20. Cushion, knit or crochet 21. Cushion, practical, washable fabric 22. Cushion, using panel, 23. Cushion for a child’s room 24. Scatter rug, any method 25. An article of counted cross stitch, not a picture, e.g. finger towel, pillow

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Quilted wall hanging, machine quilted, ready to hang. Crochet doily, not more than 12”(30cm), mounted Crochet doily, more than 15”(38cm) mounted An article using “Halloween theme” Picture with pressed flowers – framed ready to hang

Dining Room & Kitchen Prizes: 1st-$4.00 2nd-$3.00 3rd $2.00 31. Bridge cloth, approximately 39” square 32. Casserole Cover 33. 2 Pot Holders, practical, different designs 34. 2 Pot Holders decorative, different designs 35. Article made from Terry Towel and 1 knitted dishcloth 36. A) two place mats, crochet or knitted, any theme B) two place mats ,quilted, any theme 37. An article of embroidery on fabric 38. Table centerpiece depicting theme of the fair.(Sewing & Spinning Traditions) 39. Special: by STUDIO FACTOR: Prizes: 1st $5.00, 2nd-$3.00, 3rd-$2.00 Nine Patch Table Runner, Machine quilted Clothing for the Family Prizes: 1st-$4.00 2nd-$3.00 3rd $2.00 40. Bib style apron, men’s or ladies’ 41. Apron, any style , for any holiday occasion, men’s or ladies’ 42. ½ apron 43. Costume, any theme 44. Blouse, skirt, culottes, shorts or slacks, any fabric, youth or adult 45. Vest, can be pre-printed fabric 46. Any nightwear or boxer short 47. Something useful from something useless (FABRIC ONLY) 48. Dress, only fabric 49. Any smocked finished article 50. Decorated sweatshirt – decoration only to count 51. Child’s apron 52. Child’s dress 53. You have completed an excellent piece of work, only to find there is no section to show it in? Please enter it here. www.draytonfair.ca


Leisure Arts & Crafts Knitting Prizes: 1st-$4.00 2nd-$3.00 3rd $2.00 54. Ladies sweater 55. Sweater, cardigan, adult 56. Sweater, pullover, adult 57. Scarf and hat, knit from novelty yarn (e.g. boa) 58. Sweater, adult or child’s, short sleeve or shell 59. Men’s vest 60. Mitts, one pair, any style 61. Poncho or prayer shawl 62. Socks, one pair 63. Hat, Toque, or Snowmobile Mask 64. Baby Shawl or Carriage Cover 65. Baby Outfit, two pieces,(sweater and hat), newborn to 1 year, displayed in box 66. Child’s sweater or cardigan 67. Slippers, adult or youth, plain or decorated 68. Any other knitted article Crocheting Prizes: 1st-$4.00 2nd-$3.00 3rd $2.00 69. Baby Outfit, two pieces, (sweater and hat), newborn to 1 year, displayed in box 70. Baby shawl or carriage cover 71. Prayer shawl, at least 54” long x 18” wide 72. Crochet poncho or shawl 73. Any other crochet item Senior Citizens (60 Plus) No membership / entry fee required Prizes: 1st-$4.00 2nd-$3.00 3rd $2.00 74. Knit article a) Adult sweater, shawl, large doily ,etc b) e.g. mitts, socks, hat, dishcloth, hand towel. etc. 75. Crochet item 76. Article made from wood 77. A scrap booking page, theme “Flower or Vegetable Garden” at least three pictures 78 . Any article depicting “Fair Theme” 79. Article from men’s or women’s favourite hobby, not listed above Talent Table Prizes: 1st-$4.00 2nd-$3.00 3rd $2.00 80. Doll Outfit, any size, displayed on a doll, sewn, knit or crocheted 81. Stuffed animal, suitable for a child’s room, any material 82. Stuffed bear, any medium, any size 83. Article made from plastic canvas, over 5” (12cm) 84. Counted cross stitch picture, over 15” (38cm) not including mat www.draytonfair.ca

and frame. Ready to hang 85. Counted cross stitch picture, under 15” (38cm) not including mat and frame. Ready to hang 86. Easter decoration, handmade 87. Stained glass item 88. Harvest decoration, hand made 89. Memory book page, scrap booking, theme “Spring” at least 3 pictures 90. Memory book page, scrap booking, theme “Fall” at least 3 pictures 91. An article of homemade jewellery 92. Any article of hand embroidery 93. Yard or garden decoration 94. Any article of bead work. 95. Decoration for a 50th Anniversary celebration 96. Decorated flower pot or jar, not Christmas theme 97. 3 handmade articles, different techniques, for a bazaar, displayed in a box or container 98. Shopping bag, made of fabric 99. Penmanship on 8 ½” x 11 paper, NO PRINTING use this verse_ SEWING By Crystal Raen

The steady lulling drum, Of the needle sewing through, Layers of fabric, That textured stuff of softness, That comes on bolts of bright colours, And night shades. Something luxurious can be made, Here in this tiny room, Where it is just me, And the thought of you. Sewing things for memory’s sake, The way she taught me how. First a quilt I did make, And then a simple doll. No matter the project, My machine gives that same lull. It’s like a soothing lullaby That makes my heart fill full

100. Article made of wood, decorative 101. Woodworking article 102. Welcome door decoration, not a wreath 103. Gift basket –your choice of three kitchen handmade items from coordinating fabric, Eg. Oven mitts, tea cosy, hot dish carrier, place mats etc. 104 .Collection of 3 handmade greeting cards

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Leisure Arts & Crafts 105. a) Have you just completed an excellent piece of work, only to find, there is no section to show it in? Then please enter it here. b) Have you started an article which is not complete then show it here. Art Prizes: 1st-$4.00 2nd-$3.00 3rd $2.00 Drawings and paintings should be framed for hanging. Photos should be mounted and labeled on cardboard or firm backing, except where otherwise specified. 106. Oil paintings, any subject 107. Acrylic painting, any subject 108. Drawing or sketch, any subject, in black and white 109. Landscape painting 110 (a). STUDIO FACTOR SPECIAL: Prizes 1st - $5.00 2nd-$3.00 3rd- $2.00 Watercolour of a quilt 110 (b). HENNI KLAASSEN SPECIAL: Classes: Kindergarten - Grade 4 & Grade 5 - 8 Prizes 1st - $15.00 2nd-$10.00 3rd- $5.00 Grade 9 - 12 Prizes 1st - $20.00 2nd-$15.00 3rd- $5.00 Open Media, Non-representational (abstract). Depict Joy by exploring an element of design: color, texture, line, value, shape or form. Photography - No Computer Enhancements or Effects are Permitted Prizes: 1st-$4.00 2nd-$3.00 3rd $2.00 111. Photography – 2 photos of farming activity 112. Photography – 1 close-up face of a live animal 113. Photography – 2 photos, digital , of “Gardenscape”, flowers 114. Photography – 1 photo of grandparent(s) with grandchild or grandchildren 115. Photography – “Oh Canada” a scenic view – 2 different prints – name the place 116. Photography – “The Colour Red” – 1 print 117. Photography – 2 photos of “ A View From My Back Door” 118. Dianne Schieck Special: Prizes 1st - $5.00 2nd-$3.00 3rd- $2.00 3 photos of “The Eyes say It Best” Christmas Prizes: 1st-$4.00 2nd-$3.00 3rd $2.00 119. Snowman, any medium, handmade 120. Decorated box or basket for Christmas, Decorations only to count 121. Christmas Door Decoration, for inside or out 122. 3 different Christmas tree decorations, mounted in a box 123. Christmas sewing article, apron, placemats, runner etc. 124. Handmade “Hostess Gift” Christmas theme 125. Christmas tree skirt

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126. Christmas stocking, any medium 127. Christmas centrepiece, not fabric 128. REICHARDS SPECIAL: Prize: $15.00 Gift Certificate for most points in classes 1 - 14 129. SPINRITE SPECIAL. Gift Basket for most points in classes 54 - 68 130. ANN WHALE SPECIAL: Prize: $20.00 For a first time exhibitor, winning the most points , with at least 5 items entered in the Home Crafts Division. Please indicate on your entry tag if you are a first time exhibitor. (NE). 131. QUILTER’S NINE SPECIAL: Prize: $15.00 Gift Certificate for most points in classes 80 - 105 132. HOME CRAFT DIRECTORS SPECIAL PRIZES : 1ST $10.00 2nd $3.00 3rd $2.00 A Homemade article at least 50% green (afghan, quilt, pillow etc.) 133. Lady Fair Directors Trophy, donated by Drayton Homecraft Directors for the most points in Horticulture, Root & Vegetables, Leisure Arts & Crafts, Culinary Crafts, and Pickles & Preserves. Open to residents of Mapleton Township. Last year’s winner is not eligible. Group Display – Theme “Sewing and Spinning Traditions” Prizes: 1st $30.00 2nd $25.00 3rd 25.00 (no entry fee) Open to all organized groups (e.g. Institutes, Churches, Seniors, Schools, etc.) Seven articles to be displayed, Two accessories plus a backdrop and table cover allowed. *items are compulsory. 1. Pattern Book for Knitting 2. Pattern for Sewing 3.* Pillow - Cotton or Wool 4. Knitted Article 5. Doll dressed with outfit sewn or knitted 6. Collection of at least 3 different knitting needles 7. Container of Buttons 8.* Hand made Pin Cushion 9.* Sewing Basket display with contents 10. Shuttle used in spinning process 11. Hot Dish Mat - material or knit 12.* Small arrangement of Garden Flowers 13. Hand made stuffed animal - material or knit 14. Apron

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4-H Lifeskills CLASS HH - 4-H Lifeskills

Leaders: Lynne Flewwelling 638-2568, Cathy Dobben 638-5021

Mapleton Residents entering at least 3 items will receive one payment of $20 for participation in our fair. Open to 4-H members only, no entry fee. Each 4-H member must register with the Secretary. Exhibits must be in place between 6:30 – 8:30 pm; Thursday, August 9th or 8:30- 11:00am Friday, August 10th. Doors close at 3:30 pm Sunday. Removal time 4:00 pm Sunday.

Prizes are 1st $4.00, 2nd $3.00, 3rd $2.00 1. 2. 3. 4 5 6. 7. 8.

3 Chocolate chip cookies 1 Square chocolate potato cake Mr Potato - using real potato for body Painted stone Christmas Ornament Twig Creation Centerpiece for table - any occasion 4 –H Club Display – all worthy displays - $25

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School Prize List 2012 SCHOOL PRIZE LIST Directors: Ruth Shaw – (519) 638-2432; Kathy Mallett, Jackie Shaw Junior Director: Laura Shaw The following classes are open to any elementary school pupil. Each entry must be labeled – name of entry, class, section, EXHIBITOR’S NAME AND ADDRESS AND THE SCHOOL ATTENDED IN JUNE 2012. Grade refers to the exhibitor’s grade at the end of June. Pupils must enter exhibits only at their grade level (not above or below). No entry may be exhibited for more than two years. In the Crafts & Hobbies class, please enter only one piece of work per child in the sections “Any other piece or work (craft or artwork)”. All exhibits done at school will be picked up by a Director during the last week of June. All exhibits done at home are to be placed in the exhibition hall between 6:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. Thursday August 9th or between 8:30 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. Friday August 10th. Doors will close at 3:30 p.m. Sunday to allow Directors to prepare for removal. PLEASE REMOVE ALL EXHIBITS FROM THE EXHIBITION HALL AT 4:00 P.M. ON SUNDAY AUGUST 12TH, 2012. ANNOUNCEMENT TO PARENTS: Parents are urged to allow the children to do the work and preparation of exhibits without assistance. Please encourage them in every way, but remember that every bit of work you do for them helps defeat the object of the school fair. Please observe all rules and regulations. All

Class MM - Roots

and

Vegetables

vegetables are to be brushed clean and stems trimmed to

1” (2.5

cm)

Prizes: 1st - $4.00, 2nd - $3.00, 3rd - $2.00, 4th - $1.00 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

5 pods of peas 3 beets, trimmed 5 cucumbers, between 5-10 cm 2 slicing cucumbers 5 carrots, trimmed 3 onions

7. 1 head of cabbage (red or white) 8. 3 ripe tomatoes, stems on 9. 1 large tomato (weight to count, can be green) 10. 5 Tiny Tim tomatoes, stems on 11. 2 green peppers, stems on

12. 3 hot peppers, stems on 13. 3 red potatoes 14. 3 white potatoes 15. 10 green beans 16. 10 yellow beans 17. Vegetable oddity

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School Prize List SPECIALS: KLAASSEN MECHANICAL PLUMBING Special:

Prizes: 1st - $15.00, 2nd - $10.00, 3rd - $5.00, 4th - $2.00 20. Tallest sunflower including roots ROOTS AND VEGETABLES Special:

block 6. Make a vegetable animal, name the animal 7. 6 cookies – 3 kinds, 2 of each, label the kinds 8. 3 muffins, no papers – any kind, label the kind 9. A nutritionally balanced school lunch attractively displayed on a plate or tray

Prize: $10.00 SPECIALS: 21. First time exhibitor with the most points in the Roots and Vegetables sections. Please indicate on your entry tag if you are a ROBIN HOOD FLOUR BEST LUNCH BOX first time exhibitor. SNACK Special: Prize: 1st - $15.00 Class NN – Flowers 10. Open to all exhibitors 12 years of age and younger. Winner to Prizes: 1st - $4.00, 2nd - $3.00, 3rd - $2.00, 4th - $1.00 PRESCHOOL - GRADE 3 have photo taken with entry and submit recipe. Best homemade 1. Flower bouquet for the teacher squares or bars (6). Must be made with Robin Hood Flour. 2. Bouquet of wild flowers DISTRICT DIRECTOR’S Special: 3. Petunias – 5 blooms with foliage Youth aged 10 to 15 as of December 31st, 2010. One class only. The 4. Bouquet of cut flowers winner from our fair will be eligible to enter at the district competition. GRADES 4 – 8 Prizes: 1st - $10.00, 2nd - $7.00, 3rd - $3.00 5. Gladioli, 3 stems 11. Entry must consist of 12 chocolate chip cookies displayed in a 6. Bouquet of garden flowers sturdy box with easy to remove lid. Box may be decorated (will 7. Floating rose in any container count as part of presentation). Cookies to be no larger than 3” 8. Blooming plant – named (6.75 cm). 9. Basketful of mainly white flowers with one contrast flower SPECIALS:

This of

PHYLLIS & RAY FLETCHER Special:

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

10. An arrangement of wild flowers and weeds only, in a rubber boot, no garden flowers – total height of arrangement not to exceed 75 cm. GRADES 4 – 8

11. An arrangement of 50% to 75% wild flowers and weeds in a rubber boot, no garden flowers – total height of arrangement not to exceed 75 cm. Class OO – Baking

Prizes: 1st - $4.00, 2nd - $3.00, 3rd - $2.00, 4th - $1.00 PRESCHOOL – GRADE 3

1. 2. 3. 4.

Decorate a large cookie (pie pan size) One decorated hard-boiled egg Open face sandwich, decorated and wrapped 3 cupcakes, each decorated differently

GRADES 4 – 8

5.

A small square cake (8” or 9” wide) decorated to look like a quilt

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Class PPA -Penmanship

Rick & Sandy Ladd Edward & Nancy Stanners of Moorefield.

class is sponsored jointly by

Goldstone

and

Prizes: 1st - $4.00, 2nd - $3.00, 3rd - $2.00, 4th - $1.00 PRE-SCHOOL

1. Print your first name. JUNIOR KINDERGARTEN

2. On lined paper, print your first and last name, and the numbers 1 to 10. SENIOR KINDERGARTEN

3. PRINT the following on lined paper:

Baa, baa, black sheep, Have you any wool? Yes, sir; yes, sir; Three bags full.

GRADE 1

4. PRINT the following on lined paper: Little Bo-Peep has lost her sheep

And can’t tell where to find them; Leave them alone, and they’ll come home, Wagging their tails behind them. Penmanship

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School Prize List Class PPA -Penmanship RICK & SANDY LADD

This

of

continued

class is sponsored jointly by

Goldstone

and

EDWARD & NANCY STANNERS

of

Moorefield.

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

GRADES 5 AND 6

5. PRINT the following on lined paper:

8. WRITE the following with pen, on lined, 3-ringed binder paper:

from The Happy Sheep by Wilfred Thorley

The Weavers by Shel Silverstein

All through the night the happy sheep

Lie in the meadow grass asleep.

Their wool keeps out the frost and rain Until the sun comes round again.

They have no buttons to undo, Nor hair to brush like me and you.   GRADE 3

6. WRITE, in cursive, the following on lined paper: Something Missing by Shel Silverstein I remember I put on my socks,

I remember I put on my shoes. I remember I put on my tie That was painted In beautiful purples and blues. I remember I put on my coat, To look perfectly grand at the dance, Yet I feel there is something I may have forgot – What is it? What is it? …

GRADE 4

7. WRITE the following on lined, 3-ringed binder paper: from Grandma’s Sewing Box by Linda Winchell

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Spools of thread and needles Slipper cushions filled with pins Some tipped with coloured beads. Grandma’s sewing box was filled With everything she seemed to need.

I would rummage through Grandma’s sewing box It was like a treasure chest she saved for me. She would let me play with all the coloured buttons And tried to show me how to needle point A butterfly and bunny scene.

She would take my little fingers And thread my needle with thin pastel yarn. I will always remember my Grandma’s sewing box And the times, I would visit her on the farm.

I was sittin’, I was knittin’ On a sweater I could wear. When I finished, I said proudly, “Hey, I’ve done some weavin’ there.” But ol’ spider on the wall said, “Can you do it in the air? Can you spin it out of gossamer From the ceiling to the stair? Can you let the wind blow through it So it sways but doesn’t tear? Then can you grab onto it And swing lightly on a hair? When you can – then you may truly say, ‘I’ve done some weavin’ there.’”

GRADES 7 AND 8

9. WRITE the following with pen, on lined, 3-ringed binder paper: The Silken Tent by Robert Frost

She is as in a field a silken tent At midday when a sunny summer breeze Has dried the dew and all its ropes relent, So that in guys it gently sways at ease, And it supporting central cedar pole, That is its pinnacle to heavenward And signifies the sureness of the soul, Seems to owe naught to any single cord, But strictly held by none, is loosely bound By countless silken ties of love and thought To everything on earth the compass round, And only by one’s going slightly taut In the capriciousness of summer air Is of the slightest bondage made aware.

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Class PPB – Crafts and Hobbies Prizes: 1st - $4.00, 2nd - $3.00, 3rd - $2.00, 4th - $1.00 Sections marked with “*” denotes only one (1) piece of work per child please. PRE-SCHOOL

1. 2. 3. 4.

Using wax crayons, draw a picture of a sheep on paper no larger than 12”x18” (30cm x 45cm). Colour a colouring book picture. Finger painting. Any other piece of work (craft or artwork).*

JUNIOR KINDERGARTEN

5. 6. 7. 8.

Using wax crayons, draw a picture of your family on paper no larger than 12”x18” (30cm x 45 cm). Using wax crayons, draw a picture of a sheep, including a background, on paper no larger that 18” x 24” (45cm x 60 cm) Sponge painting. Any other piece of work (craft or artwork).*

SENIOR KINDERGARTEN

9. Using wax crayons, draw a picture of several sheep, including a background, on paper no larger than 18” x 24” (45cm x 60 cm) 10. Cut and paste picture, 12”x18” (30cm x 45cm) of a person. Name the person. 11. Drawing, using wax crayons, 9”x12” (22.5cm x 30cm) – “What I Like to do at the Fair”. 12. Any other piece of work (craft or artwork).* GRADE 1

13. Paint a picture of your dream pet on 12”x18” (30cm x 45cm) paper. 14. Draw a picture of a farming activity on 12”x18” (30cm x 45cm) paper. 15. Make a picture using wax crayons of your family having fun on 12”x18” (30cm x 45cm) paper. 16. Any other piece of work (craft or artwork).* GRADE 2

17. Paint a picture, 12”x18” (30cm x 45cm), showing your favourite summer activity. 18. Illustrate the lifecycle of an animal and list how it has adapted to its environment. 19. Drawing, 12”x18” (30cm x 45cm), – “My Favourite Ride at the Fair”. 20. Any other piece of work (craft or artwork).* GRADE 3

21. Pencil crayon drawing to illustrate a pioneer way of life on 12”x18” (30cm x 45cm) paper. 22. Draw and name a mismatched farm animal, using markers, on paper no larger than 12”x18” (30cm x 45cm). 23. Any abstract design using cut paper, 12”x18” (30cm x 45cm). 24. Any other piece of work (craft or artwork).* GRADE 4

25. Illustrate, using pastels, a “TRACTOR OR TRUCK PULL” on 12”x18” www.draytonfair.ca

(30cm x 45cm) paper. 26. Design your name or initials using crayons or pencil crayons. 27. Picture making – using markers illustrate a scene from Medieval Times – 9”x12” (22.5cm x 30cm). 28. Make a poster, approx. 12”x18” (30cm x 45cm), showing one Canadian province or territory with its map, flag, some natural resources, and industries. Label. GRADE 5

29. Picture making – illustrate any type of early civilization studied at school 12”x18” (30cm x 45cm). Name the period. 30. Pencil sketch of your shoe, black and white, 9”x12” (22.5cm x 30cm) paper. 31. Design a greeting card for a friend, no larger than 5”x7” (12.5cm x 17.5cm). 32. Make a picture or poster showing an example of conserving energy or preventing global warming. Use large size approx. 18”x24” (45cm x 60 cm). GRADE 6

33. Picture making – illustrate a scene from space exploration, 18”x24” (45cm x 60cm). 34. Cut and paste – a leafy tree, 12”x12” (30cm x 30cm). 35. Create a comic strip, with captioning, on 12”x18” (30cm x 45cm) paper. 36. Illustrate, using pastels, a first nations or early Canadian settlement, 18”x24” (45cm x 60 cm). GRADES 7 – 8

37. Design a CD cover for a fictitious band. 38. Pencil sketch, still life, no larger than 12”x18” (30cm x 45cm). 39. Half ‘n half picture – cut a picture in half, glue one part onto a page, then draw and colour to complete the whole. 40. Cartoon drawing – any subject, using any colour medium, may be copied by hand. 41. Design an abstract (e.g. radial, mosaic, tessellation, outlining, etc.) design on 12”x18” (30cm x 45cm) paper. GRADES 9 – 12

42. Drawing or sketch, using pen, pencil, or marker – mounted. 43. Portrait or sketch of a person – mounted. 44. Abstract design – any medium. 45. Piece of work using any material except paper. Special needs: (All Grades) 46. Paint or draw a picture on paper no larger than 18” x 24” (45cm x 60cm). 47. Create and decorate a door knob sign. 48. Decorate a container to use as a pencil holder. 49. Any other piece of work (craft or artwork).*

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School Prize List SPECIALS:

VIC ROBERTS Special:

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

ALL GRADES FROM PRE-SCHOOL TO GRADE 6 Collections:

50. Collection of leaves, label or name. 51. Collection of stones. 52. Collection of buttons, mounted. 53. Collage of farming photos, any source. SEWING, KNITTING, CROCHETING Special:

Prizes: 1st - $7.00, 2nd - $5.00, 3rd - $3.00 FOR UP TO GRADE 6 Sponsored by MARGARET KIRBY & JEAN CAMPBELL

54. Knitting or crocheting using yarn – any small article. 55. Handwork showing sewing, embroidery or quilting – any small article. 56. Machine sewing – any small article. GRADES 7 – 12 Sponsored by JEAN CAMPBELL

57. Knitting or crocheting using yarn – any small article. 58. Handwork showing sewing, embroidery or quilting – any small article. 59. Machine sewing – any small article. FRANCES TURNER and ROBYN RUNSTEDLER Special:

Prizes: 1st - $4.00, 2nd - $3.00, 3rd - $2.00, 4th - $1.00 GRADES 6 – 8

60. 1 sample page, 12”x12” (30cm x 30cm) of a scrapbook. Must have some photos using the fair theme and have journalism. GRADES 9 – 12

GRADES 5 – 8

Prizes: 1st $20.00, 2nd - $10.00, 3rd - $5.00 66. Project, using both illustrations and text, on how horses have been used over the years in farming. **Please note that the prize money for sections 65 and 66 will be awarded after the heavy horse show.** Lori Woodham Special:

Prizes: 1st - $7.00, 2nd - $5.00, 3rd - $4.00, 4th - $3.00, 5th - $2.00 grades Jk-2

67. Design a quilt block, any medium, no larger than 12” x 12” (30 cm x 30 cm). DRAYTON FAIR DIRECTORS’ Special:

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

68. Make a poster, larger than 9”x12” (22.5cm x 30cm) advertising or commemorating a specific event (e.g. Fire Safety; Remembrance Day; special school events such as book fair, bake sale, concert, school spirit day, sports, etc.). MURAL Special: ALL GRADES

Each class at the schools in Mapleton Township is encouraged to make a mural for the fair, incorporating the theme: SEWING AND SPINNING TRADITIONS. Please name the class, teacher, and school on the front so that the remuneration of $15.00 can be sent to the correct classroom. 2012 DRAYTON SUMMER FAIR “YOUTH” POSTER COMPETITION CLASS A – Youth up to Grade 4 CLASS B – Youth Grade 5 to Grade 8 CLASS C – Youth Grade 9 to Grade 12

Prizes: 1st - $5.00, 2nd - $4.00, 3rd - $3.00, 4th - $2.00, 5th - $1.00 Theme: “Promoting Your Fair”. Fair name and dates are to be indicated. Must be hand drawn. Poster size is a minimum 8.5”x11” (23cm x 28cm) to a maximum 11”x17” (28cm x 44cm) without border. The poster is BARB THOMPSON WRITING Special: to be CENTRED ON ONE SOLID COLOUR CARDSTOCK OR BRISTOL BOARD Prizes: 1st - $4.00, 2nd - $3.00, 3rd - $2.00, 4th - $1.00 BACKGROUND to give a 2” BORDER on all four sides. The winning poster UP TO GRADE 2 62. Create a list of five items related to sewing. Draw a picture of each item. from the Drayton Fair advances to the district competition in November. 61. 3 homemade cards, all different, each no larger than 5”x7” (12.5cm x 17.5cm).

GRADES 3 – 5

MOST POINTS Special:

63. Write five complete sentences describing sewing or spinning.

Sponsored by JEAN CAMPBELL Prizes: 1st place boy and girl – Trophy and $15.00 Runner-up boy and girl - $10.00 Most points earned by a boy and a girl in the over-all School Section will be awarded prize money. Last years first place winners not eligible for first prize, but may still be awarded runner-up prize.

GRADES 6 – 8

64. Write a story (minimum 150 words), with some connection to the fair theme, which introduces the character, establishes a setting, and develops a plot. WENDY HOLTZHAUER HEAVY HORSE Special: GRADES JK – 4

Prizes: 1st – $10.00, 2nd - $5.00, 3rd - $3.00 65. Draw a picture of a heavy horse, any breed, any medium, on 12”x18” (30cm x 45cm) paper.

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Jim Driscoll Brad Schieck Jim Zantinge Shelda Morphy Eliza Dippel Lois Donaldson Barbara Ellis Bryan Campbell Grant Schieck Jim Walker David Wooddisse Derk Zantinge

Presidents 1856-57 Thomas Garbutt 1858 William Watson 1859 James Gibson 1860 Thomas Halliday 1861 Thomas Garbutt 1862 John Barritt 1863 David Ghent 1864 W.S. Sutherland 1865 Magnus Henderson 1866 Thomas Garbutt 1867 William Sturtridge 1868 James Gibson 1869 Thomas Garbutt 1870 George Wilson 1871 Robert Hay 1872 Elisha Turner 1873 Thomas Garbutt 1874 John Jackson

Associate Directors Susan Bates Elvira Bawden Reg Black Sheila Bogaert Darlene Brodhaecker Daryl Brodhaecker Jean Brodhaecker Kay Bye Lisa Bye Jessie Campbell David Cooper Shirley Cooper Irene Dickau Jean Dobben Wendy Driscoll Mary Lou Fletcher Phyllis Fletcher Ray Fletcher Drika Foster Lloyd Franklin Shirley Franklin John Hahn Doug Hilborn Mary Hilborn Wendy Holtzhauer John Klaassen Stephanie Klaassen Susan Klaassen Rod Lambert Chris Lunge Sharon Lunge Art Miller Wendy Holtzhauer Harvey Miller

Lindsay Mitchell Helen Moffat Phil Moore Janice Nixon Bob Schieck Edith Schieck Tom Schieck Ruth Shaw Barb Waite Marion Walker Enid Whale Erica Zantinge Daryl Cooper Travis Walker Ryan Schill

Tammy Nobel Jeremy Moore Stephanie Naylor Nadine Peel Dianne Schieck Floyd Schieck Romy Schill Frances Turner Connie Walker Ann Whale Tom Wood Neil Driscoll Greg Morphy Donna Selinger Arlie Zantinge

Jr. Associate Directors Jacinda Schieck Laura Shaw Matthew Brodhaecker Rachel Brodhaecker

Past Agricultural Society 1856 - 2011 1875 David Ghent 1876 John Lang 1877-78 Thomas Whale 1879 Charles Forrest 1880 Jas Simmon 1881 Ira Burrows 1882-84 Thomas Whale 1885-86 L.R. Adams 1887 Hendry 1888-96 Phineas Henry 1897 S. Clements 1898-1928 No Record Available 1929-30 T.E. Stone 1931-33 Colonel Noecker 1934-36 S.C. Whale 1937-39 Orrin Schieck 1940-44 Thomas McClanahan 1945-48 Alvin Schieck

1949 1950-51 1952-54 1955-56 1957-58 1959-60 1961-62 1963-64 1965-66 1967-68 1969-70 1971-72 1973-74 1975-76 1977-78 1979-80 1981-82 1983-84

Robert Ritch Everett Oxby W.B. Smith R.A. Cherrey Allan Mitchell Herbert Thompson Elwin Whale Campbell Ellis Clifford Gibson Art Schieck Cecil Brimblecombe Jim Walker Reg Black Paul Samis Bruce Schieck Grant Schieck Jack McIsaac Adrienne O’Reilly

1985-86 1987 1988 1988 1989-90 1991-92 1993-94 1995-96 1997-98 1999-2000 2001-03 2003-05 2005-08 2008-09 2010-11

Orville Brodhaecker Jack Fletcher Orville Brodhaecker Earl Archibald Bruce Schieck Alan Black Arthur Miller David Wooddisse Bruce Bawden Jim Walker Derk Zantinge David Wooddisse Brad Schieck Ryan Schill Jim Driscoll

Secretaries &/or Treasurers T. Flath G.B. Armstrong R.P. Brandon Frank Brandon A.C. Woodman (Treasurer) Mrs. George Bates Mrs. Frank Johnson L.A. Flewwelling John Hill (Treasurer)

Mary Ridgeway James Gibson Sinclair Sutherland Thomas Heritage William Watson Thomas Henderson Jas Simmon J. Hawke L.R. Adams

Wilson Cunningham Mrs. W. C. Cunningham J. E. McDougall (Treasurer) Clifford Gibson (Treasurer) Lloyd McNeil (Treasurer) Mrs. Neil Jackson (Treasurer) Lorne Riddolls Mrs. Floyd Schieck Mrs. Ron Tutton

Mrs. Monica Smith Mrs. Susan Scheerer Mrs. Beverley A. May Mrs. Christine Petznick Mrs. Kim Dyksterhuis Yvonne Schieck Dianne Schieck (Secretary) Mrs. Lori Woodham Christine Stanley-Thompson

(Secretary) Dianne Schieck (Secretary) Kim Meulenbelt (Treasurer) Nina Becker (Secretary) Jean Campbell (Secretary/Treasurer) Nikki Bogaert (Secretary/Treasurer) Eliza Dippel (Secretary/Treasurer)

Past Presidents Ladies’ Division 1956-57 1958-59 1960 1961 1962-64 1965-66

Mrs. William Hodge Mrs. Lloyd McEwing Mrs. F. Brandon Mrs. W.C. Cunningham Mrs. R.E. Henry Mrs. L. Jackson

1969-70 1971-72 1973-74 1975-76 1977-78 1979-80

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Mrs. A. Cherrey Mrs. Enid Whale Linda Brimblecombe Virginia McIsaac Helen Moffat Ann Main

1981-82 1983-84 1985-86 1987-88 1989 1990

Edith Schieck Jean Dobben Lois Lennox Virginia McIsaac Mary Ridgeway Arlie Zantinge

1991-92 1993-94 1995-96

Margaret Vogel Irene Dickau Peg Schieck

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