August 7, 8 & 9, 2009 Drayton Mapleton Agricultural Society www.draytonfair.ca Ryan Schill, President (519) 669-4146 Jean Campbell, Treasurer (519) 638-3257 Nina Becker, Secretary (519) 638-7775
153rd Drayton Fair - INDEX -
Schedule of Events
Agricultural Society - Past & Present ........47 Ambassador Competition..........................05 Baby Show ................................................39 Beef Cattle Show ......................................14 Erick Traplin ..............................................37 Committee Chairpersons ..........................02 Culinary Crafts ..........................................27 Dairy Cattle Show......................................15 Dairy Classes - Open ................................15 Demolition Derby ......................................02 Goat Show ................................................17 Hay & Grain ..............................................19 Heavy Horse Show ....................................13 Historical Essay Special ............................35
Horticulture ..............................................21 Leisure Arts & Crafts ........................30 & 31 Miniature Horse Show ..............................11 Officers, Directors, Assoc. Directors............47 Pet Show ..................................................07 Pickles & Preserves....................................29 President’s Message..................................02 Roots & Vegetables ..................................19 Rules & Regulations ..................................03 School Prize List ..........................41, 42 & 43 Sheep Show ..............................................17 Sponsors & Donors....................................49 Tractor & Truck Pull - Sanctioned ..............23 Women’s Institute Special - 4H Members..35
Mayor’s Message It is my pleasure to have the opportunity to again welcome everyone to the Drayton Mapleton Fair. This is a great occasion for our vast agricultural community to display their commodities to their urban neighbors. This too, reminds our urban folks how fortunate we are to live in the heart of a prime agri community so we have some appreciation for the high quality, and the low cost of the food provided for us. Of course, the fair also provides entertainment for the people of all ages with a horse show, demolition derby, tractor pull, midway etc. I encourage everyone to take the time to attend the fair and enjoy its many interesting and entertaining exhibits. Yours truly,
John C. Green
$25 Midway Ride Passes Available:
• Friday: 5pm - 10pm • Saturday: 12pm - 6pm & 4pm - 10pm Saturday only, an early wristband, still attached to the wrist, can be redeemed for a late wristband. Cost $10
• Sunday: 12pm - 5pm
Home craft judging will begin at 12noon on Friday, August 7th. All exhibits can be brought to the Agricultural hall from 6:30-9pm Thursday or 8:30-11am Friday. Page 1 www.draytonfair.ca
The board of directors and myself are once again proud to bring you the Drayton Fair. This year marks our 153rd anniversary and we have many new activities for everyone to participate in. Come on out and listen to our daily entertainment brought to you by various musicians in the Mapleton area. If you have lots of energy to burn off then the Farmers Olympics is what you need. Of course we still have the truck and tractor pull, demolition derby, livestock shows and many other activities that you can participate in. It is very important that we recognize all the sponsors that make this fair a reality. When you look through the fair book you will notice all the sponsors, advertisers and the volunteers that make this possible. Please take your time and thank these businesses and individuals for their contribution. I would like to personally invite you, and all your friends to Drayton Fair this year. We have fun planning the 3 day event and so that your time spent will be well worth it. Sincerely, Ryan Schill, President
Tractor Pull Heavy Horse “ “ Miniature Horse Goats Dairy Beef Sheep “ Gates “ Buildings & Grounds Storage Hay & Grain Concessions Jammin' in the Park Catering Demolition Derby Horticulture Roots & Vegetables Culinary Crafts Pickles & Preserves Leisure Arts & Crafts School Section & Youth “ Baby Show Pet Show
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DEMOLITION DERBY FRIDAY, August 7th, 2009 - 7:00 pm Pit opens at 4:30 p.m. Inspection of cars at 5:30 p.m. Derby to begin at 7:00 p.m. sharp at the Drayton Fair Grounds YOUR CAR “MUST” ARRIVE “READY TO GO” Drivers “must” register between 4:30 & 6:30 & attend the Drivers’ Meeting at 6:30 NO cars allowed in the pit area after 7:00 pm
$1,500 in prize money Full-size feature prize total: $700.00 BEST DECORATED CAR & BEST DECORATED TRUCK
ADMISSION TO GROUNDS: Adults: $10.00/Day or $25.00/Weekend Pass 12 & Under: Free For more information contact: Rod Lambert 638-2950 or Brad Schieck 848-5329 For entry forms contact Nina Becker 519-638-7775
Rules & Regulations See www.draytonfair.ca for Registration Forms & more Information. Proof 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 wrist band 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 9:00 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 bonafide 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. In all exhibits re: women's, junior and elementary school divisions, only one entry per class. 9. Root vegetables are: beets, carrots, parsnips, turnips, rutabagas, radishes and sugar beets. Vegetables should be cleaned and uniform in size and shape.
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. No exhibitors shall be allowed to make more than two entries in any class in any section, pertaining to livestock only. For all other classes, one entry per person per class. 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
10. Membership fee is $10.00 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. 13. No prize will be paid until the books are properly made up, and all complaints, if any, heard and decided by the Directors. 14. No person shall be allowed to go near the judges during their
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.
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Ambassador of the Fair Competition Who will be the next Ambassador of the Fair? Competition Date: Wednesday, August 5, 2009 Get your nominations in NOW!!! Please contact Ryan Schill at (519) 669-4146 or email@example.com if you are interested in competing or would like to nominate someone. To be eligible to compete: 1.
Contestants, male or female must be 17 years of age or over by August 1, 2009.
Must be a resident of Mapleton Township or surrounding area.
Winner will represent the Drayton Mapleton Agricultural Society at the August CNE Ambassador of the Fairs Contest and also the annual convention of the Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies (expenses will be covered by Drayton Mapleton Agricultural Society).
Contestants will be judged on their interview and speech, community knowledge and involvement, personality, appearance, deportment and presentation.
Contestants will be required to give a three-minute speech on agriculture, agricultural societies or some aspect of the Drayton Fair.
Contestants are expected to attend all fair dates and the Ambassador is expected to represent the Drayton Mapleton Agricultural Society at various functions in the community.
Previous Ambassadors of the fair are ineligible to run in subsequent competitions.
A bursary of $250.00 will be awarded to the Ambassador donated by the Drayton Mapleton Agricultural Society.
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Miniature Horse Show Sunday, August 9, 2009 Show Time: 9:00 am Horses may arrive from 7:00 am Measuring: 7:00 - 8:30 am Judge: Marvin McCabe Steward: Thomas Stephenson Director: Dianne Schieck (519) 848-5329 AMHR Sanctioned Show - AMHR Rules Apply - Registration & Insurance Papers Must be Shown at Time of Entry. A $5.00 Exhibitor Fee will be Charged to Each Person Entering the Show Ring - $5.00 per Class Entry Fee to a Maximum of $60.00 per Farm P.O. Box 255, Drayton, ON N0G 1P0 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40.
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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. Prizes will be paid out for the GRAND CHAMPIONSHIP AND STAKE CLASSES: Champion - $40.00 Reserve - $20.00
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Heavy Horse Show Saturday, August 8th – 11:00 am Directors: Jim Walker 638-2449, Reg Black 638- 2455 and Nancy Schieck 638-2590 Please Note: Exhibitors register and pick up back numbers from the secretary prior to show. Numbers must be worn while showing. Proof of insurance required. Order of showing is order of prize list. Helmets must be worn when showing under saddle. All Breeds Show Together in Heavy Classes Class A – Harness Classes (Heavy) 1st Sponsored by G. Force Custom Fab 1.4 Horse Hitch $80 2.Unicorn Hitch $60 3.Commercial Team (Heavy) $40 4.Commercial Team (Light) $40 5.Best Mated & Groomed Team $40 6.Draft Team with Lady Driver $40 (must be a heavy horse exhibitor) 7.Commercial Single $20 8.Single Draft Hitch $20 Class B – Interest Classes 1. Jr. Showmanship (youth to age 18) $20 2. Open Horse or Pony under Saddle $20 3. Open Costume Class $20
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Class D – Harness Horses (Light) Junior Exhibitors (under 18 yrs.) are eligible for points if he/she or an immediate family member is a member of the Canadian Hackney Society. 1. Hackney Pony Team $25 $20 $15 $10 2. Fine Harness Pony Team $25 $20 $15 $10 3. Gentleman’s Turnout $20 $15 $10 $8 4. Lady Driver $20 $15 $10 $8 5. Single Carriage $20 $15 $10 $8 6. Single Fine Harness Pony $20 $15 $10 $8 7. Best Pony on the Grounds $10 $8 $7 $6
Beef Cattle Show Sunday, August 9th â€“ 12:00 pm Class V â€“ Open Beef Classes Director: Dave Wooddisse 638-2705, Lindsay Mitchell 638-3568, Ryan & Romy Schill 669-4146 Please Note: Exhibitors register and pick up back numbers from the secretary prior to show. Numbers must be worn while showing.
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3. Junior Showmanship, ages 10-12, Sponsored by Peel-Maryborough Insurance
4. Showmanship, ages 9 & under
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9. Summer Yearling, Born Apr 1/08-Aug 31/08
10. Senior yearling, Born Jan 1/08-Mar 31/08 Sponsored by Drayton Mapleton Agricultural Society
11. Champion Beef Breeding Heifer, Rosettes donated by Drayton Mapleton Agricultural Society 12. Market Animal, Sponsored by Jones Feed Mill
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Dairy Cattle Show Saturday, August 8th – 12:00 pm Class F – Open Dairy Classes Director: Dave Wooddisse 638-2705, Elaine Cheesemond 638-5129, Ryan & Romy Schill 669-4146 1st
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2.Showmanship, Ages 13 – 15 Sponsored by Nieuwland Feeds
3.Showmanship, Ages 10 – 12 Sponsored by Drayton Veterinary Clinic
4.Showmanship, Ages 9 & Under Sponsored by Allykat Farms
5.Champion & Reserve Champion Dairy Showperson Rosettes donated by Daisy Meadows 6. Showmanship 22 & over
Dairy Cattle Show Saturday, August 8th – Following Showmanship Classes Class H – Open Dairy Cattle Show – All Breeds Directors: Elaine Cheesmond 638-5129 & Dave Wooddisse 638-2705 1.Junior Heifer, Born March 1, 2009 or Later Sponsored by Elmira Feed & Supply 2.Intermediate Heifer, Born Dec. 1/08 – Feb. 28/09 Sponsored by FS Partners 3.Senior Heifer, Born Sept. 1/08 – Nov. 30/08 Sponsored by Allan Johnson 4.Summer Yearling, Born June 1/08 – Aug. 31/08 Sponsored by Circle R Livestocks Ltd 5.Intermediate Yearling, Born Mar. 1/08 – May 31/08 Sponsored by Norwell Dairy 6.Overall Junior Champion Dairy Calf & Reserve Rosettes donated by FS Partners 7.Group of 3 Heifers Prize for winning group
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Saturday, August 8th 11:00 a.m. Outside Pens Director: Femmy Cambell - 519-343-5882 Exhibitors limited to 2 entries in each section. Contact Director for more information. Exhibitors please bring your own straw. All junior exhibitors age 15 and under placing after 5th place will receive $5.00. CLASS I - ALPINE 1. Doe Kid 2008 $14 $13 $12 $11 2. Dry yearling doe, never born a kid $14 $13 $12 $11 3. Doe, 1st freshener $14 $13 $12 $11 4. Doe, 2nd freshener $14 $13 $12 $11 5. Doe, 3rd or more freshener $14 $13 $12 $11 6. Best doe from section above: Champion & Reserve CLASS J - NUBIAN List and prizes as Class 1 CLASS K - TOGGENBURG List and prizes as Class 1 CLASS L - LA MANCHA List and prizes as Class 1 CLASS M - SAANEN List and Prizes as Class 1
CLASS N - OPEN CLASS Any animal not shown in previous classes List and prizes as class I CLASS O - OPEN JUNIOR EXHIBITORS CLASS - SHOWMANSHIP Ages 21-15 Ages 14-10 Ages 10 - Under 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 FEEDS 9. Best Doe in the Show: Trophy donated by KA-LAN DAIRY GOATS 10. Showmanship: Trophy donated by DRAYTON MAPLETON AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY
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Sunday, August 9th Judging to start at 12:30 p.m. Directors: Jim Walker - 519-638-2449 & Jim Driscoll - 519-638-5703 Exhibitors limited to 2 entries in each section - “Outside Pens” CLASS O - LONG WOOL Leicester, Lincoln, Cotswold, Corriedales 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.
Yearling Ewe $15 $13 $12 Ewe Lamb $15 $13 $12 Yearling Ram $15 $13 $12 Ram Lamb $15 $13 $12 Get of Sire - Group of three animals, first pair of temporary incisors must be in place, from one sire. Both sexes may be represented $15 $13 $12 6. Breeder's Flock - Group of four animals, both sexes may be represented $15 $13 $12 CLASS P - SOUTHDOWNS Same as Class O CLASS Q - SUFFOLK Same as Class O
CLASS R - HAMPSHIRE Same as Class O CLASS S - DORSET Same as Class O
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CLASS T - ANY OTHER BREED Same as Class O
7. Best Flock of Purebred Sheep: $50.00 voucher donated by THE OLD MILL & ATLAS TANNING 8. Supreme Champion Ram: $30.00 sponsored by FLORADALE FEED MILL LTD. Reserve Grand Ram: $20.00 9. Supreme Champion Ewe: $30.00 sponsored by FLORADALE FEED MILL LTD. Reserve Grand Ewe: $20.00 CLASS U - JUNIOR EXHIBITOR'S CLASS All Junior Exhibitors age 21 and under placing after 5th place, will receive $5.00 Classes will be split according to age on show day. 10. SHOWMANSHIP $12 $10 $8 $7 $5 11. TYPE $12 $10 $8 $7 $5
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Hay & Grain Class AA – Hay & Grain Director: Dave Wooddisse 638-2705, Ryan Schill 669-4146 Please Note: Bring in 2 weeks prior on July 22nd between 7:30-9:00pm for testing to Old Arena for classes 5*, 8*, 9*. 1st/2nd/3rd will be based on relative feed value. All exhibits to be tagged. 2008 grain cereal is now eligible in this class. Entries must be in place between 6:30 & 9:00 pm Thursday or between 8:30 & 11:00 am Friday. Removal time is 4:00 pm Sunday.
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1. Bushel of Hard Red Winter Wheat $15 $10 $5 2. Bushel of Hard Red Spring Wheat $15 $10 $5 3. Bushel of Soft Red Winter Wheat $15 $10 $5 4. Bushel of Soft White Winter Wheat $15 $10 $5 5. Bale of Legume Hay* $15 $10 $5 6. Bushel of Corn Silage $15 $10 $5 7. 5 Stalks of Ensilage Corn $15 $10 $5 8. Bale of Grass Hay* $15 $10 $5 9. Bushel of Haylage* $15 $10 $5 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 Point Winner in Hay & Grain section. 14. General Seed Co. – Harvey Bults Special: $15 $10 $5 Large Bale First Cut Mixed Hay
Roots & Vegetables CLASS BB - ROOTS & VEGETABLES Directors: John & Stephanie Klaassen 638-2106 Located in the old arena. 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 & 9:00 p.m. Thursday or between 8:30 - 11:00 a.m. Friday. Removal time 4:00 p.m. Sunday. Prizes: 1st - $3.00, 2nd - $2.50, 3rd - $2.00 1. 5 snow peas 2. 5 pod peas 3. 5 table carrots (1” top) (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)
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10 green beans 10 wax (yellow) beans 5 climbing beans 2 stems of leek, trimmed 1 head cabbage, green 1 head cabbage, red 5 pickling beets (1” top) (2.5 cm) 3 ears sweet corn (1/3 corn showing) 1 zucchini, largest by weight 1 potato, largest by weight 5 white potatoes, any variety 5 red potatoes, any variety Selection of not more than 5 squash, labeled
28. vegetable oddity 29. HOMECRAFT DIRECTORS SPECIAL Prizes1st-$20.00,2nd-$15.00,3rd-$10.00 Best collection of Home grown vegetables no less than 7 named vegetables. 30. MARGRETH SIGNER SPECIAL: Prizes: 1st -$20.00, 2nd -$15.00, 3rd -$5.00 “Summer Bounty” - using vegetables & herbs to express the season, flowers may be added for decoration. 31. GERBER AUCTIONS SPECIAL: Prizes 1st -$50 “Largest Melon” Open to all for the largest grown melon by size only.
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Horticulture CLASS CC – HORTICULTURE Directors: Phyllis Fletcher- 638-2372, Elvira Bawden, Kay Bye, Drika Foster, Susan Klaassen, Jr. Director: Jacinda Schieck Please read prize list carefully. Entry tags must be TIED, not taped to exhibit. Entries must be in place between 6:30 & 9:00 pm Thursday, or between 8:30 - 11:00 am on Friday. Doors close Sunday at 3:30 pm. Removal time 4:00 pm Sunday. Flowers and plants must be home grown. Prizes: 1st - $3.00, 2nd - $2.50, 3rd - $2.00 POTTED PLANTS: No plants in hangers. Single plant per pot (exceptions No. 3 and 4). Gladioli stem should be cut back to 10” to avoid container tipping over. 1. African Violet, single crown, single floret 2. African Violet, single crown, double or semi double 3. Baby tears 4. Shamrock 5. Begonia, tuberous, large flowering 6. Begonia, foliage beauty 7. Cactus or succulent 8. Coleus 9. Orchid 10. Geranium in bloom, red 11. Geranium, in bloom, other colour 12. Geranium, variegated leaf, any colour 13. Impatiens, (single bloom) 14. Impatiens, (double bloom) 15. Christmas Cactus 16. Streptocarpus 17. Aloe Vera 18. Vinca 19. Any Flowering plant not listed, (with bloom) 20.Any non-flowering plant not listed, (not over 15”, 38 cm) CUT FLOWERS: 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. Cornflower, 3 blooms, mixed colours 27. Chrysanthemum, 2 stems, any kind, any colour 28. Dahlia, Pompom, under 2” (5 cm), 1 bloom 29. Decorative Dahlia, 2" (5cm) & over, 1 bloom 30. Dahlia, Cactus, 1 bloom 31. Dahlia, 1 bloom, 6 “ (15 cm), 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 Marigold, 3 blooms, any size 39. Marigolds, 3 blooms, 2” - 4” (5-10 cm) 40. Marigolds, 3 blooms, over 4" (10 cm) 41. Pansies, 3 blooms with own foliage 42. Petunias, 2 sprays, any colour, single bloom 43. Petunias, 2 sprays, any colour, double bloom 44. Rose, 1 tea rose in bloom, in a bowl
45. Rose, 1 spray, miniature, any colour 46. Grandiflora or Floribunda, 1 spray 47. Salvia, 3 blooms 48. Snapdragons, tall, 3 stems, any colour 49. Snapdragons, dwarf (semi), 3 stems, any colour 50. Sweet Peas, 3 stems, any colour 51. Zinnias, 1 bloom, over 4" (10 cm) 52. Zinnias, 3 blooms, 2“ - 4", (5-10 cm) 53. Zinnias, 3 blooms, under 2", (5 cm) 54. Lavatera, 1 stalk, any colour 55. Nicotine, 3 stems, any colour 56. Sunflower, 1 bloom, under 6” (15 cm) 57. Sunflower, 1 bloom, over 6” (15 cm) 58. Everlasting flower: Helichrysum (Straw Flower) or Statice, 1 stem of either 59. Any other Annual, 1 stem or spray, named 60. Any blooming perennial, 1 stem, named if possible FLORAL DESIGNS: Prizes: 1st - $5.00, 2nd - $4.00, 3rd - $3.00 61. “Good Morning” – bright colours in a coffee mug. 62. “Gorgeous”, vase mixed annuals, minimum 4 varieties 63. “Spirit Lifter”, design for a confined person 64. Display of Zinnias, all around 65. Roadside Weeds in a vase 66. Dish Garden: miniature landscape in an open shallow container. Not over 15” (38 cm) in any direction. 67. Remember Grandma: old-fashioned flowers in an antique container. Not over 15” (38 cm) in any direction. HORTICULTURE SPECIALS 68. PINE CORNER TREE FARM, Jack & Diana Vos Special: Best Potted Plant (#1 – 20) Prize: $10.00 gift certificate 69. ROOTZ NURSERY & GARDEN CENTRE Special: Best Dahlia (# 28 – 31) Prize: $10.00 gift certificate 70. BLOOMING DALE’S Special: Best Rose (# 44, 45, 46) Prize: $10.00 gift certificate 71. DOBBEN’S TRUE VALUE HARDWARE Special: Best Gladioli (#32 – 36) Prize: $10.00 gift certificate 72. HOMECRAFT DIRECTORS Special: Prizes: 1st- $20.00, 2nd$15.00, 3rd- $10.00 CHRISTMAS CENTREPEICE: with flowers & candle(s) 73. HELEN MOFFAT SPECIAL: Prizes: 1st - $5.00, 2nd - $4.00, 3rd - $3.00 “Summertime”-a large arrangement (over 30 cm tall) of cut sunflowers, other foliage, and one other contrasting flower. 74. ARLENE MARTIN MEMORIAL TROPHY: Presented to the exhibitor with the most points in Horticulture. Winners from the previous two years, not eligible.
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Truck & Tractor Pull Drayton Mapleton Agricultural Society’s Lawn Tractor Pull - 3:00pm Start - Saturday August 8th Sponsored by HALWELL MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY For more information contact Harvey Miller 519-846-5556 followed by
31th Annual Sanctioned Truck & Tractor Pull Central Ontario Tractor Pullers Association
Saturday Aug. 8 - 6:00 PM
Sunday Aug. 9th - 12:30 PM
TRUE VINTAGE TRACTORS 5500
NON-CIRCUIT 4X4 TRUCKS - 6000
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NON-CIRCUIT VINTAGE TRACTORS 6500
NON-CIRCUIT 4X4 TRUCKS - 8500
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CIRCUIT 4X4 TRUCKS – 5500
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Oldest running Tractor of any make.
SUPER STOCK 4X4 TRUCKS – 6000 Sponsored by Chalmers Fuels, RJ Burnside & Associates Ltd.
MODIFIED FARM TRACTORS - 10500, 12000 Sponsored by Conestogo Agri Systems Inc, ESM Ltd., Skerritt Excavating, Henria Farms
PRO STREET DIESEL 4X4 TRUCKS – 8200
PRO STOCK TRACTORS - 7000, 9000, 10000
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STOCK 20000, 30000 DUALS Sponsored by Hei-View Auctions, Rothsay Farm Services, Henria Farms
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Tractor weigh in: 4:00 pm Sat., Aug. 8th Truck weigh in: 11:00 am Sun., Aug. 9th Digital Electronic Scales will be used for track-side weigh in at the John St. entrance.
Thanks also to the following pull sponsors who contributed to the cost of the sled, scales, lighting, p.a. system, etc.
ZONNE GLOREN FARMS TRACK OFFICIALS DECISIONS FINAL. Classes will not necessarily be pulling in the order printed For information contact Derk Zantinge at 848-6602 or 895-6602 (cell)
Christmas in August 153rd Drayton Fair Friday August 7th 5:00pm Gates, Exhibits, Midway Opens & Licensed Facility *Ride Passes Available from 5-10pm
7:00pm - Demolition Derby
Saturday August 8th 11:00am - Heavy Horse Show, Moorefield School Tones
11:30am - Goat Show, 12:00pm - Dairy Cattle Show, Midway Opens *Ride passes available from 12-6 & 4-10 Today only redeem an early wristband still on your wrist for a late band - $10
Schedule of Events Admission: Adults - $10; 12 & Under - FREE
Adults - $25; 12 & Under FREE
Saturday August 8th 1:00pm - Pet Show 1:30pm - Music Pups (For Children) 2:00pm - Erick Traplin (For children), 3:00pm - Baby Show, Lawn Tractor Pull 5:00pm (stage) - Square Dancing, Mapleton talents 6:00pm - Tractor Pull 8:00pm - Beer Garden
Sunday August 9th 7:30am - Gates Open 8:30am - Miniature Horse Show 12:00pm - Beef Show, Midway Opens *Ride Passes available from 12-5pm
12:30pm - Truck Pull, Sheep Show, JF Olympics 5:00pm - Midway Closes
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Culinary Crafts CLASS DD - Culinary Crafts Directors: Ann Main 638-7779, Barb Waite, Darlene Brodhaecker Junior Directors: Laura Schieck & Amy Philips NEW – Youth baking for anyone under age 18 years, Enter as class DDY, judged separately Recipe suggestions available from Ann Main. Baking must be in between 6:30 & 9:00 pm Thursday, or 8:30 - 11:00 am Friday. Removal time 4:00 pm Friday, or when judging is completed. ALL BAKING TO BE DOUBLE TAGGED, IN PLASTIC BAGS, NO PLASTIC WRAP, NO ELASTIC CLOSURES, NO COMMERCIAL MIXES OR FILLINGS. PIES (on foil): New foil plates should be tempered before use in 400 degree oven for at least 10 minutes, or bottom of pie will not cook. Prizes: 1st- $6.00, 2nd - $4.00, 3rd - $3.00 1. Raspberry & Apple Pie 2. Strawberry & Rhubarb Pie 3. Pumpkin Pie (cooler Available) 4. Mincemeat Tarts (5) SPECIALS: 1st prize becomes property of donor. Prizes: 1st-$10.00, 2nd -$3.00, 3rd -$2.00 5. 6. 7. 8.
DOUG & MARY HILBORN Special -1 dozen butter tarts CONNIE WALKER Special - Currant & Raspberry Pie CONNIE WALKER Special – Apple & Elderberry Pie HERITAGE FUNERAL HOME Special - Cherry Pie, 2 crust, fancy top 9. SIEMY & JERRY KLASSEN Special – Lemon Pie (cooler available) 10. ANN MAIN Special – Elderberry pie 11. TENDERFLAKE Special – Apple & Cranberry Pie Prizes: 1st, 2nd & 3rd prize gifts. NOTE: Entrants must submit recipe, proof of purchase and be available for photograph if judged a winner. CAKES: Place cakes on foil-covered cardboard 1" larger than cake. Prizes: 1st -$4.00, 2nd -$3.00, 3rd -$2.00 12. Marble Cake, 8" or 9" (no icing) 13. Banana Cake, 8" or 9", iced 14. Tomato Soup Cake, 8" or 9", iced SPECIALS: 1st prize becomes property of donor. Prizes. 1st-$10.00, 2nd -$3,00, 3rd -$2.00 15. RON ELLIS Special - 2 Layer Chocolate Cake, NO date filling 16. JOHN CHERREY Special - 2 Layer Chocolate Cake, iced 17. NADINE PEEL Special - 2 Layer Chocolate Cake WITH date filling. 18. ROBERT PEEL Special – Iced Carrot Cake 9” X 13” , NO nuts. 19. JIM & MARION WALKER Special – Dark Fruit Cake Prizes: 1st- $25.00, 2nd - $15.00, 3rd - $10.00 20. LORI & ALWYN WOODHAM Special - Dutch Apple Pie Prizes: 1st- $25.00, 2nd- $15.00, 3rd - $10.00 21. ROBIN HOOD Special – Apple Cake Prizes: 1st-$20.00, 2nd-$10.00 Product Certificates NOTE: Entrants must submit recipe, proof of purchase and be available for photograph if judged a winner. 22. HOMECRAFT DIRECTORS Special – Gingerbread men (9) Decorated. Prize: 1st- $10.00. 2nd-$3.00, 3rd-$2.00 CANDY Prizes: 1st - $3.00, 2nd - $2.00, 3rd - $1.00 23. Mints (5 pieces) 24. Divinity Fudge (5) 25. Candied Popcorn (500 ml)
SQUARES - BISCUITS - COOKIES Prizes: 1st - $3.00, 2nd - $2.00, 3rd - $1.00 26. Stain Glass Cookies (5) 27. Peanut Butter Cookies (5) 28. Chocolate Chip Cookies (5 29. No Sugar Cookies (5) LOAVES – MUFFINS Muffins on plate or trays, NO PAPERS Prizes: 1st- $3.00, 2nd - $2.00, 3rd - $1.00 30. Lemon Loaf 31. Zucchini Loaf 32. Cranberry Loaf 33. Bran Muffins, with raisins (5) 34. Banana Muffins (5) 35. Raspberry Muffins (5) 36. BEE HIVE CORN SYRUP Special: Best Muffins (5) Prizes: 1st- $12.00 plus gift, 2nd - $10.00 plus gift, NOTE: Entrants must submit recipe, proof of purchase and be available for photograph if judged a winner YEAST BREAD & BUNS Prizes: 1st - $3.00, 2nd - $2.00, 3rd - $1.00 37. LOAF: 60% Whole wheat bread, baked in 4 x 8 x 2 ½ pan Winner to supply loaf for District Competition in Nov. 38. Loaf, white, bread 39. Loaf, Fruit bread 40. Dinner Buns, joined (5) 41. Sweet Rolls, separate (5) 42. FLEISCHMANN'S YEAST Special – Cranberry Bread Prizes: 1st $15.00 plus gift, 2nd $10.00 plus gift NOTE: Entrants must submit recipe, proof of purchase and be available for photograph if judged a winner. FOR MEN ONLY Prizes: 1st - $4.00, 2nd - $3.00, 3rd - $2.00 43. Squares, any kind (5) 44. Loaf of bread, any kind, any method 45. Cooked Jam, in sealed preserving jar, no wax, 1 pint or jelly jar. 46. Gingerbread Cake, plain 47. Xmas Candy (10 pieces) 48. Muffins, any kind (5) MOST POINTS FOR MEN ONLY, #43-48 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. Prize: 1 year -subscription to TASTE OF HOME Magazine. Please indicate on your entry tags if you are a First Time Exhibitor.
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Pickles & Preserves Class EE - 2008 Pickles and Preserves Director: Erica Zantinge – 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. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19.
Apple Sauce Any Fruit Cocktail (min. of three fruits) Canned Peaches Strawberry Jam (Cooked) Raspberry Jam (Cooked) Any Other Cooked Jam Must include attached recipe Strawberry Jam (Freezer) Raspberry Jam (Freezer) Red Currant Jelly Grape Jelly Any Other Jelly - Must include attached recipte Dill Pickles Icicle Pickles Bread & Butter Pickles Any Other Pickle Must include attached recipe Any Chutney - Must include attached recipe Canned Tomatoes Any Red Hot Sauce Must include attached recipe Chili Sauce
20. Shirley Cooper Special: Any Diabetic Jam or Jelly – Must include attached recipe. 1st - $5, 2nd - $3, 3rd - $2 21. Dave Cooper Special: Diabetic Chili Sauce – Must include attached recipe. 1st - $5.00, 2nd - $3.00, 3rd - $2.00. 22. John & Arlie Zantinge Special: Biggest Dill Pickle (judged purely on size though must be in one piece and pickled COMPLETELY. No container specifications other than it must be contained in some way.) 1st - $5,00, 2nd - $3.00, 3rd - $2.00 23. Laurie Zantinge Special: Blueberry Jam (Cooked) - must include attached recipe. 1st - $5.00, 2nd - $3.00, 3rd - $2.00 24. Ann Buehler Special: Any spirited Preserve - Any preserve contaiing any form of alcohol - must include recipe. 1st - $5.00, 2nd - $3.00, 3rd - $2.00 25. CERTO Best Jam or Jelly Spcial: 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- $15.00 product coupon, 2nd - $10 product coupon 26. 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 preservations in BERNARDIN Mason Jars and SNAP lids along wtih other various items appropriate to the theme. Judged on crativity, preceived value and quality of preserves as well as presentation. 1st - $10 Winner will be entered in the Bernardin National Gift Pack Competition with a $100 grand prize as well as $25 price for 2nd & 3rd places. 24. 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. Sno Globe, Hide & Seek, Potpourri, Candle). 1st - $10.00 gift certificate.
Preserved by Dehydration EED – Preserved by Dehydration Prizes: 1st - $3.00, 2nd - $2.00, 3rd - $1.00 1. 2. 3. 4.
Any Dehydrated Fruit (labeled) Any Dehydrated Vegetable (labeled) Fruit Leather 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 – 638-2493, Enid Whale, Ann Whale, Jean Brodhaecker, Stephanie Naylor, Barb Dickieson Exhibits must be in place between 6:30 – 9:00 pm Thursday or between 8:30 - 11:00 am Friday. Doors to close at 3:30 pm Sunday. Removal time 4:00 pm Sunday. RULES: All articles must be made and owned by the exhibitor. All old, defaced or soiled work will be discarded in favour of new or up-to-date work. All articles shown for the previous two years are not eligible for a prize. All small articles must be mounted. All quilts must be at least double size, (72”x 90”) unless otherwise stated. QUILTS & BEDROOM Prizes: 1st - $8.00, 2nd – 5.00, 3rd - $4.00 1. Quilt, cotton pieced, hand quilted 2. Quilt, strip technique (i.e. log cabin, rail fence, etc.) 3. Quilt, solid colour, hand quilted 4. Quilt, exhibitor’s choice 5. Quilt, machine quilted 6. Quilt, using pre-printed material 7. Sample quilt block – pieced, appliquéd, or embroidered – must be at least 12 ½” x 12 ½” (31 cm. x 31 cm.) Champion Quilt – Hand Quilted - Prize $10.00 Champion Quilt – Machine Quilted – Prize $10.00 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 13. Crib quilt, pieced and either hand or machine quilted 14. Lap quilt, larger than 36” x 40” (90cm x 1m, 2.5cm) 15. Debbie Oxby Special: a) Child’s quilt – single bed size b) Applique quilt, full size LIVING ROOM Prizes: 1st - $4.00, 2nd - $3.00, 3rd - $2.00 16. Afghan, knit - minimum 45”x 60” (112 x150 cm) or larger 17. Afghan, crochet - minimum 45”x 60” (112 x 150cm) or larger 18. Afghan, made from squares or strips, knit or crochet 19. Lap Afghan, not more than 3’x4’ (90 x 120 cm) 20. Cushion knit or crochet 21. Cushion, decorated - neck roll 22. Cushion, practical – washable fabric 23. Cushion, “Christmas in August” 24. Cushion for a child’s room 25. Article of counted cross-stitch - NOT a picture e.g. finger towel, pillow, runner, book mark, bell pull, etc. 26. Quillow - woven fabric or arctic fleece, to be at least 4’ (120 cm) when open 27. Crochet doily, not more than 12" (30 cm), mounted 28. Crochet Centerpiece, over 15" (38 cm), mounted 29. Centrepiece - any medium - symmetrical, not higher than 12” 30. Picture with pressed flowers – framed, ready to hang DINING ROOM & KITCHEN Prizes: 1st - $3.00, 2nd - $2.00, 3rd - $1.50 31. Bridge cloth – approximately 39”(1m) square 32. Casserole Carrier 33. 2 Pot holders - practical - different designs 34. 2 Pot holders - decorative - Christmas Theme 35. Article made from Terry Towel & 1 Knitted dish cloth 36. Two place mats- crochet, knit, or quilted, any theme 37. An article of embroidery on fabric 38. Fabric Table Runner 39. Table Centerpiece - Christmas in August (not fabric)
CLOTHING FOR THE FAMILY Prizes: 1st - $3.00, 2nd - $2.00, 3rd - $1.50 40. Bib style apron - ladies or men’s 41. Apron, any style, for any holiday occasion, Men’s or Ladies 42. 1/2 apron 43. Blouse or shirt - youth or adult 44. Skirt, culottes, shorts or slacks, any fabric 45. Vest, can use pre-printed fabric 46. Any Nightwear article or Boxer Shorts 47. Something useful from something useless (fabric only) 48. Neck warmer 49. Any smocked finished article 50. Jacket, any style 51. Garden or Sun Hat - fabric or straw decorated 52. Child's wearable item from Polar Feece - sewn 53. Have you just completed an excellent piece of work, only to find there is no section to show it in? Please enter it here. KNITTING Prizes: 1st - $3.00. 2nd - $2.00, 3rd - $1.50 54. Sweater, pullover, with a graph pattern 55. Sweater, cardigan (adult) 56. Sweater, more than 1 colour (adult) 57. A scarf and hat knit from Novelty yarn (e.g. Boa) 58. Sweater, short sleeve or shell 59. Vest 60. 1 pair of mitts, any style 61. Poncho or shawl 62. 1 pair socks 63. Hat, toque, or snowmobile mask 64. Baby shawl, or carriage cover 65. Baby Outfit (e.g. set, dress, sweater, etc, displayed in a secure box) 66. Child's sweater or cardigan 67. Slippers - adult or youth - plain or decorated 68. Any other knitted article CROCHETING Prizes: 1st - $3.00, 2nd - $2.00, 3rd - $1.50 69. Baby outfit (e.g. set, dress, sweater, etc, displayed in a secure box) 70. Baby's shawl or carriage cover 71. Doll with crochet outfit 72. Crochet slippers 73. Any other crochet article SENIOR CITIZENS’ (60 plus) Prizes: 1st -$3.00,2nd - $2.00, 3rd -$1.50 *No membership fee required.* 74. Knit article 75. Crocheted article 76. Article made from wood 77. A scrap booking page (Theme “Holiday” – to be named) 78. Any article - using fair theme 79. Article from men’s or women’s favourite hobby, not listed above
Leisure Arts & Crafts TALENT TABLE Prizes: 1st - $3.00, 2nd - $2.00, 3rd - $1.50 80. Doll outfit, any size, displayed on a doll (sewn, knit, crocheted) 81. Stuffed animal, suitable for child's room (any material) 82. Stuffed Bear, any medium, any size 83. Article made from plastic canvas (over 5") (12 cm) 84. Counted cross-stitch picture, over 12” (30 cm) (not including mat and frame), ready to hang 85. Counted cross stitch picture, under 12” (30 cm) (not including mat and frame), ready to hang 86. Homemade pin cushion 87. Stained glass item - not fabric 88. Toilet paper cover 89. Memory book page (scrap booking – Theme “Winter”) 90. Memory book page (scrap booking – Theme “Summer”) 91. An article of hand made jewellery 92. Any Article of hand embroidery 93. Toilet Seat Cover 94. Any article of bead work 95. Decoration – using Christmas Theme of Fair 96. A decorated flowerpot or jar (not Christmas theme) 97. 3 handmade articles - different techniques, for a bazaar 98. Decorated gift bag - material or paper 99. Penmanship on 8 ½ “ x 11” paper – NO PRINTING – use this verse: Country Christmas
108. 109. 110. 111. 112. 113. 114. 115. 116.
Drawing or sketch - any subject, in black & white Landscape painting Photography - 2 photos of farming activity Photography - 1 close up face of a live animal Photography - 2 photos –DIGITAL- “Vacation Time” Photography - 2 photos –DIGITAL- of “SEASONS”, summer Photography – 2 photos of any season Photography - 2 photos of “ICE” or “SNOW” formation DIANNE SCHIECK SPECIAL: 3 snapshots of houses decorated for Christmas 117. Homecraft Director’s Special: 3 snapshots of Christmas with captions CHRISTMAS Prizes: 1st - $3.00, 2nd - $2.00, 3rd - $1.50 118. Christmas angel - any medium 119. Christmas basket using edible items (eg. Jam, cookies, Christmas cake, fruit etc.) 120. Christmas Door Decoration (inside or out) 121. 3 different Christmas tree decorations, handmade and mounted 122. Christmas sewing article (apron, placemats, runner, etc) 123. Hand made “Hostess Gift”, Christmas theme 124. Christmas tree skirt 125. Christmas stocking, any medium 126. Christmas Centerpiece (not fabric) LEISURE ARTS & CRAFTS SPECIALS 127. 128. 129. HOMECRAFT DIRECTORS Special: A homemade article - at least 50% green (afghan, pillow, sweater, quilt, etc.) 130. ANN WHALE Special: Prize: $10.00 for a FIRST TIME EXHIBITOR with the most points, with at least 5 items entered, in the Homecraft Division. Please indicate on your entry tag if you are a first time exhibitor. 131. LADY FAIR DIRECTOR’S TROPHY: Trophy donated by the DRAYTON HOMECRAFT DIRECTORS for the most points in Horticulture, Roots & Vegetables, Leisure Arts & Crafts, Culinary Crafts, Pickles & Preserves. Open to residents of Mapleton Township. Last year’s winner is not eligible.
Red hills are trimmed with silver lace, For Christmas is near; Smoke spirals from each fireplace And glowing logs add cheer. From the old white church, carols flow Across the frosted air, Exalting Christ, born long ago In a stable bare. The long Blue Ridge is capped in white, Pines edge each country mile. Folks wear, when Christmas is in sight, A holly-berry smile! Earle J. Grant 100. Article made of wood - decorative 101. Woodworking article 102. Welcome Door Decoration - no wreath 103. Gift basket for “Baby Shower” - containing 3 hand made items (ie. Bib, receiving blanket, hooded towel, stuffed toy, knitted outfit.) 104. Collection of 3 handmade greeting cards 105. 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. ART & PHOTOGRAPHY Prizes: 1st - $5.00, 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. Painting - still life or portrait - oil or acrylic 107. Painting using Theme of Fair
GROUP DISPLAY -THEME: "Christmas in August” Prizes: 1st - $30.00, 2nd - $25.00, 3rd - $25.00 (No entry fee) Open to all organized groups (e.g. Institutes, church, seniors, schools, etc.) 7 articles to be displayed, two accessories plus a backdrop and table cover allowed as extras * items compulsory 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
* 5 pieces of shortbread on a plate (cover with clear wrap) 5 pieces of Christmas cake (cover with clear wrap) * Wrapped Christmas gift * Angel - any medium Handmade Greeting Card Luncheon cloth 2 Placemats Santa Claus - any medium * Christmas Centrepiece Christmas plate Christmas cup & saucer Sign with Group’s name Handmade Christmas ornament
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Historical Essay Special CLASS GG Fair Historical Essay Special Sponsored by: Mapleton Historical Society Prizes: 1st - $15.00, 2nd - $10.00, 3rd - $5.00 Winners of the Essay Contest will be announced and displayed at the Drayton Fair 2009.
CLASS GGA - Grades 6, 7 & 8 CLASS GGB - Secondary School Photo of a farm homestead located in Mapleton Township and a hand written or typed brief historical essay. The essay should be 300 words in length. The photo should be a minimum size of 4 x 6. Submit the essay directly to: Mapleton Historical Society, R.R.#2 Drayton, ON N0G 1P0 Attn: Lori Flewwelling on or before July 24, 2009
Women’s Institute Special CLASS HH - Women’s Institute Special Lifeskills 4-H Leaders: Lynne Flewwelling 638-2568 & Cathy Dobben 638-5021 Open to 4-H Members only - no entry fee. Each 4-H member must register with the Secretary. Mapleton residents entering at least 3 items will receive one payment of $20.00 for participation in our fair. Exhibits must be in place between 6:30 - 9:00 pm Thursday or 8:30 - 11:00 am Friday. Doors to close at 3:30 pm Sunday. Removal time 4:00 pm Sunday.
Sponsors: Moorefield W.I., Alma W.I., Wellington Federation of Agriculture Fleischmann's Yeast Youth Best Bead Contest: Best Homemade Bread from contestant under age 16. Judging will be based on appearance, taste, texture and recipe creativity. 1st Prize: $10.00 Prizes: 1st - $3.00
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3rd - $2.25
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1. 3 Chocolate chip cookies 2. 3 Cheese Tea Biscuts 3. Collage of Milk products/recipes 4. Puppet 5. Diorama - of a scene from a play 6. Christmas Ornament 7. Centerpiece for table - any occasion 8. 4-H Display Plus the Fleischmann’s Yeast Youth Bread
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Erick's show is a fun, high energy musical show with lots of audience participation. Right from the start of his show Erick has the children participating in the singing and the actions. He begins with songs the children are familiar with and love to sing. Throughout the show, Erick will ask for volunteers to help him on stage, to demonstrate movements, and play instruments. Sponsored by Mapleton Preschool (519) 638-3331 or Kelly (519) 638-3911 & Drayton Mapleton Agricultural Society
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Baby Show Hosted by: Mapleton Preschool (519) 638-3331
Saturday, August 8th at 3:00 pm In the Agricultural Hall
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School Prize List 2009 SCHOOL PRIZE LIST Directors: Ruth Shaw – 638-2432; Kathy Mallet Junior Director: Jackie Shaw Assistant: Frances Turner 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 2009. 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 of 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 & 9:30 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 6th or between 8:30 - 11:00 a.m. on Friday, Aug. 7th, 2009. 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 PM ON SUNDAY, AUG. 9th 2009. 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. CLASS MM - ROOTS and VEGETABLES
SPECIALS: PHYLLIS & RAY FLETCHER Special
Prizes: 1st -$4.00, 2nd -$3.00, 3rd -$2.00, 4th -$1.00 1. 5 pods of peas 2. 3 beets, 2.5 cm tops 3. 5 cucumbers, between 5-10 cm 4. 2 slicing cucumbers 5. 5 carrots, 2.5 cm tops 6. 3 green 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 18. 1 zucchini, largest by weight 19. Selection of vegetables, displayed in an antique container SPECIALS: KLAASSEN MECHANICAL PLUMBING Special: Prizes: 1st - $15, 2nd - $10, 3rd - $5, 4th - $2 20. Tallest Sunflower including roots ROOTS & VEGETABLES Special: Prize - $10 21. First time exhibitor with the most points in the Roots & Vegetables sections. Please indicate on your entry tag if you are a first time exhibitor
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 – total height of arrangement not to exceed 75 cm. GRADES 4 - 8 11. An arrangement of 50% - 75% wild flowers and weeds in a rubber boot – total height of arrangement not to exceed 75 cm.
CLASS NN - FLOWERS Prizes: 1st -$4.00, 2nd -$3.00, 3rd -$2.00, 4th -$1.00 PRESCHOOL - GRADE 3 1. Flower bouquet for the teacher 2. Bouquet of wild flowers 3. Petunias - 5 blooms with foliage 4. Bouquet of cut flowers GRADES 4 - 8 5. Gladioli, 3 stems 6. Bouquet of garden flowers 7. Floating rose in any container 8. Blooming plant - named 9. Basketful of mainly red flowers
IRENE DICKAU FLOWER Special: FOR ALL GRADES Prizes: 1st -$5.00, 2nd -$3.00, 3rd -$2.00 12. Basketful of small cut sunflowers in water – total height of arrangement not to exceed 50 cm. 13. Potted blooming geranium - any colour 14. Container of assorted evergreen with one variety of flowers - no larger than 40cm.
CLASS OO - BAKING Prizes: 1st -$4.00, 2nd -$3.00, 3rd -$2.00, 4th -$1.00 PRE-SCHOOL to GRADE 3 1. Decorate a large cookie (pie-pan size) 2. One decorated hard-boiled egg. 3. Open face sandwich, decorated and wrapped. 4. 3 cupcakes, each decorated differently. GRADES 4 to 8 5. Decorate a small square cake using the colours red & green 6. Make a vegetable animal. Name the animal. 7. 6 cookies- 3 kinds, 2 of each, label the kinds 8. 3 muffins - any kind, label the kind. 9. A nutritionally balanced school lunch attractively displayed on a plate or tray.
ROBIN HOOD FLOUR BEST LUNCH BOX SNACK Special: Open to exhibitors 12 years of age and younger. Winner to have photo taken with entry and submit recipe and sign release. Best homemade squares or bars (6) 1st Prize-$15.
DISTRICT DIRECTOR’S Special Youth aged 10 to 15 as of Dec. 31st, 2008. One class only. The winner from our fair will be eligible to enter at the district competition. Prize $: 1st - $10.00, 2nd - $7.00, 3rd - $3.00 Entry must consist of 12 chocolate chip cookies displayed in a sturdy box with easy to remove lid. Box may be decorated (will count as part of presentation). Cookies to be no larger than 3" (6.75 cm). Continued on pg 42 ...
School Prize List CLASS PPA -PENMANSHIP This class is sponsored jointly by Rick & Sandy Ladd of Goldstone and Edward & Nancy Stanners of Moorefield.
Prizes: 1st -$4.00, 2nd -$3.00, 3rd -$2.00, 4th -$1.00 PRE-SCHOOL: Print your first name. JUNIOR KINDERGARTEN: On lined paper, print your first and last name, and the numbers 1 to 10.
GRADES 5 AND 6: WRITE the following with pen, on lined, 3ringed binder paper: The Turkey Shot out of the Oven by Jack Prelutsky
SENIOR KINDERGARTEN: PRINT the following on lined paper:
The Turkey shot out of the oven and rocketed into the air, it knocked every plate off the table and partly demolished a chiar.
My zipper suit is bunny-brown The top zips up, the legs zip down. GRADE 1: PRINT the following on lined paper:
It ricocheted into a corner and burst with a deafening boom, then splattered all over the kitchen, completely obscuring the room.
Jingle bells, Jingle bells, Jingle all the way! O what fun it is to ride In a one-horse open sleigh! GRADE 2: PRINT the following on lined paper: T’was the night before Christmas, when all through the house Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse; The stockings were hung by the chimney with care, In hopes that St. Nicholas soon would be there.
I scraped and I scrubbed with displeasure, and throught with a chagrin as I mopped, that I’d never stuff a turkey with popcorn that hadn’t been popped. GRADES 7 AND 8: WRITE the following with pen, on lined, 3-ring binder paper:
GRADE 3: WRITE, in cursive, the following on lined paper.
Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening by Robert Frost
It’s Snowing! It’s Snowing! By Jack Prelutsky
Whose woods these are I think I know. His house is the village, though; He will not see me stopping here To watch his woods fill up with snow.
It’s snowing! It’s snowing! It drifts into the mounds, our car’s hidden under a hill, snow covers the rooftops, embraces the trees, and blankets my own windowsill.
My little horse must think it queer To stop without a farmhouse near Between the woods and frozen lake The darkest evening of the year.
It’s snowing! It’s snowing! I run like a hound, I romp and I roll like a fool. It’s snowing! It’s snowing! And if my luck holds, this morning they’ll close down the school.
He gives his harness bells a shake To ask if there is some mistake. The only other sound’s the sweep Of easy wind and downy flake.
GRADE 4: WRITE the following on lined, 3-ringed binder paper. Jack Frost By Helen Bayley Davis
The woods are lovely, dark, and deep, But I have promises to keep, And miles to go before I sleep, And miles to go before I sleep.
Someone painted pictures on my Windowpane last night Willow trees with trailing boughs And flowers, frosty white, And lovely crystal butterflies; But when the morning sun Touched them with it’s golden beams, They vanished one by one!
School Prize List CLASS PPB - CRAFTS AND HOBBIES Prizes: 1st -$4.00, 2nd -$3.00, 3rd -$2.00, 4th -$1.00 * Only one (1) piece of work per child, please. PRE-SCHOOL 1. Draw a picture of an evergreen tree in crayon - no larger thean 12’x18’ (30cmx45cm 2. Colour a colouring book picture. 3. Finger painting. 4. Any other piece of work (craft or artwork).* JUNIOR KINDERGARTEN 5. Draw a picture of your family using crayons - no larger than 12” x 18” (30 x 45 cm) 6. Colour a colouring book picture related to winter. 7. Make a painting of snowman on 18” x 24” paper (45 cm x 60 cm) 8. Any other piece of work (craft or artwork).* SENIOR KINDERGARTEN 9 Paint a picture of a snowman family, on 18” x 24” paper (45 cm x 60 cm.) 10. Cut and paste picture, 12” x 18” (30 x 45 cm) of a person. (Name the person). 11. Drawing, using crayons, 9” x 12” (22.5 x 30 cm) - “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” x 18” paper (30 x 45 cm) 14. Three paper snowflakes mounted on 12”x 18” paper (30cmx45cm) 15. Make a picture using crayons of your family having fun. 12” x 18” (30 x 45cm) 16. Any other piece of work (craft or artwork).* GRADE 2 17. Paint a picture -12" x 18" (30 x 45 cm), showing your favourite winter activity. 18. Illustate the lifecycle of an animal and list how it has adapted to it’s environment 19. Crayon drawing - “My Favourite Ride at the Fair” - 12"x 18" (30 x 45 cm). 20. Any other piece of work (craft or artwork).* GRADE 3 21. Pencil crayon drawing to illustrate a pioneer way of life on 12” x 18” (30 x 45 cm)paper 22. Draw and colour a soil cross-section illustrating and naming the soil types and any components, organisms, etc. that are found there. 23. Any abstract design using cut paper, 12"x 18” (30 x 45 cm). 24. Any other piece of work. (Craft or artwork).* GRADE 4 25. Illustrate, using pastels, a “TRACTOR OR TRUCK PULL” on 12" x 18" (30 x 45 cm) paper. 26. Design your name or initials using crayons or pencil crayons. 27. Picture making - using markers illustrate a scene from Medieval Times. 9” x 12” (22.5 x 30cm)
28. Make a poster (approx. 12”x18” or 30 x 45 cm) showing one Canadian province or territory with its map, flag, some natural resources, and industries. Label.
(22.5 x 30 cm) advertising or commemorating a specific event (eg. Fire Safety; Remembrance Day; special school events such as book fair, bake sale, concert, school spirit day; sports, etc.)
GRADE 5 29. Picture making – Illustrate any type of early civilization studied at school – markers (12” x 18” or 30 x 45 cm) Name the period. 30. Design a sheet of Christmas wrapping paper 12”x 18” (30x45cm) 31. Design a Christmas card for a friend – no larger than 5" x 7" (12.5 x 17.5 cm). 32. Make a picture or poster showing an example of conserving energy or preventing global warming. Use large size approx. 18” x 24” (45 x 60 cm)
SEWING, KNITTING, CROCHETING Special: Prizes: 1st - $7.00, 2nd - $5.00, 3rd - $3.00 52. Any small article knitted or crocheted using yarn. Sponsored by: Margaret Kirby 53. Any small article of handwork showing sewing or embroidery or quilting. Sponsored by: Jean Campbell 54. Any small article showing machine sewing. Sponsored by: Jean Campbell
GRADE 6 33. Picture making – Illustrate a scene from space exploration – 18” x 24” (45 x 60 cm) 34. Cut and paste – A leafy tree - 12” x 12” (30 x 30 cm). 35. Create a comic strip, with captioning, on 12”x 18” paper (30x45cm). 36. Illustrate using pastels, a first nations or early Canadian settlement - 18”x 24” (45x60cm) GRADES 7 - 8 37. Design a CD cover for a fictitious band 38. Pointillism drawing - any medium and colour, any size 39. Half ’n half picture - cut a picture in half, glue one part onto a page, then draw & colour to complete the whole. 40. Cartoon drawing - any subject, using any colour medium, may be copied by hand. 41. Design an abstract (eg radical, mosaic, tessellation, outlining, etc.) design 12”x 18” (30x45cm) 42. Illustrate and name an event in Canadian history, 12”x 18” (30x45cm) GRADES 9 - 12 43. Drawing or sketch – using pen, pencil, or marker – mounted. 44. Portrait or sketch of a person – mounted 45. Abstract design – any medium. 46. Piece of work using any material except paper. SPECIALS: VIC ROBERTS Special: Prizes: 1st - $4.00 2nd - $3.00 3rd - $2.00 4th - $1.00 ALL GRADES FROM PRESCHOOL - GRADE 6 Collections: 47. Collection of leaves, label or name. 48. Collection of weeds, label or name. 49. Collection of flowers, label or name. 50. Collection of stones.
FRANCES TURNER and ROBYN RUNSTEDLER Special: Prizes: 1st - $4.00, 2nd - $3.00, 3rd - $2.00, 4th -$1.00 GRADES 6 - 8 55. 1 sample page, 12” x 12” (30 x 30 cm) of a scrapbook. Must have some photos using a Christmas theme and journalism. GRADES 9 - 12 56. 3 homemade cards, all different, using a Christmas theme, each no larger than 5”x7” (12.5x17.5cm) MURAL Special: ALL GRADES Each class at the schools in Mapleton is encouraged to make a mural for the fair, incorporating the theme: CHRISTMAS IN AUGUST Please name the class, teacher and school on the front so that the remuneration of $15.00 can be sent to the correct classroom. 2009 DRAYTON SUMMER FAIR “YOUTH” POSTER COMPETITION CLASS A - Youth up to Grade 6 CLASS B - Youth Grade 7 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 to be indicated. Must be hand drawn. Poster size min. 8 ½” x 11” (23cm x 28cm) to a maximum 12”x 18” (30.5 cm x 46cm), to be MOUNTED ON A BLACK BACKGROUND TO GIVE A 2” BORDER. The winning poster from Drayton Fair advances to the district competition in November. MOST POINTS special: Sponsored by Jean Campbell. Most points earned by a boy and a girl in the over-all School Section, will be awarded prize money: 1st place - Trophy, Runner-up $10.00. Last year’s winners not eligible for first prize, but may still be awarded runner-up prize.
DRAYTON FAIR DIRECTORS’ Special: All Grades Prizes: 1st-$5.00 2nd-$4.00 3rd-$3.00 4th-$2.00 5th-$1.00 51. Make a poster, larger than 9" x 12"
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