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WILLIAMS LAKE HARVEST FAIR INDEX Section

A B C D G H I J M N O P Q R S

Description Message from the Mayor Message from the President Spinning and Weaving 2022 Executive General Information for Exhibitors Pet Parade Cut Flowers Floral Art Potted Plants Vegetables, Farm, Field & Orchard Produce Canning and Preserves Home Baking Uncle Chris and Mini Makers Market Caricarurist and Ruffle Redbird Stiltwalker Needlework and Sewing General Entry Form Quilting Seniors Arts and Crafts Cattle Sorting and Gymkhana Children Homemade Wine and Beer Photography Rabbits and Guinea Pigs Poultry

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MAYOR'S MESSAGE On behalf of the City of Williams Lake Council, I wish everyone a warm welcome to the 43rd annual Williams Lake Harvest Fair. This year‘s theme of “Gold Rush” is definitely fitting. I know we have all been looking forward to brighter days when we can enjoy the events that help make our community strong and vibrant, and I am pleased that we are, once again, able to join in the fun at the harvest fair. A visit to the Harvest Fair is a guaranteed good time! Come take in the excellent displays in the exhibitor hall and enjoy the always exciting Gymkhana. There is always a variety of food and refreshments on offer at the various concessions on site. From family-friendly activities such as gold panning, old fashioned races, and the petting zoo, to the exciting team penning, wonderful entertainment and vendor lineup, there is something for everyone to enjoy again this year! Many thanks to the Harvest Fair committee for your ongoing hard work and commitment to putting on an excellent event. It’s great to be able to enjoy the events again this year as we celebrate and showcase our community’s vast talents in a wide range of categories. The quality of the entries is always impressive, and the trip to the fair is a wonderful way to welcome the fall. Good luck to all the exhibitors; enjoy the fair. Mayor Walt Cobb, City of Williams Lake

WL HARVEST FAIR PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE It's time for the 43rd annual Williams Lake Harvest Fair! We are honored to host this annual celebration of agriculture in the Cariboo, Coast and Chilcotin Region. Don't miss the exhibit Hall (Curling Club) over the weekend, as it will have all the fabulous home arts and quilts! The big toys and entertainment will be going on beside the Curling Club. The Gymkhana will continue on Sunday at the Trail Riders outdoor arena. For your enjoyment both days of the fair, we have a terrific line-up of entertainment on the stage adjacent to the Curling Club, featuring Uncle Chris the Clown, the caricaturist is back and some new surprises! We couldn't do all this without the help of our many volunteers, exhibitors and sponsors; thank-you!! Hopefully we will see you all at the Fair, Sept 10th & 11th!! Tammy Tugnum, President

SPINNING AND WEAVING DEMO Saturday, Sept. 10 & Sunday, Sept 11 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM

EXHIBIT HALL

Join us; try your hand at spinning & weaving.


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MISSION STATEMENT "The Williams Lake Harvest Fair through hosting an annual exhibition will encourage a medium of exchange of information on the development of rural life style, agriculture awareness and development, and promote the 4-H program."

2022 HARVEST FAIR EXECUTIVE President: Tammy Tugnum 1st Vice President: Leslea Destree Secretary: Marg Bublitz Members: Leslea Destree Mary Telfer Elaine Watt

Directors: Tammy Tugnum Wendy Frederick Mary Telfer Wendy Frederick Vona Underhill Elizabeth Thompson

Leanne Crosina Marg Bublitz Hannah Thompson

Leslea Destree Marg Bublitz Tammy Tugnum Becky Telfer

2022 HARVEST FAIR COMMITTEES Catalogue: Tammy Tugnum Gates: Wendy Frederick Children Mini Makers: Leslea Destree

Commercial Booths: Tammy Concessions: Wendy Frederick

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Entertainment: Leslea Gymkhana: LeeAnn Crosina Gymkhana: Colleen Patenaude Pet Parade: Ashley Gentles Sponsorship: Tammy

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GRAND AGGREGATE WINNERS 1977 Georgie Johnson Rosa Mobbs 1978 Ruth Yates 1979 Rosa Mobbs 1980 Rosa Mobbs 1981 Rose LaMarche 1982 Cheryl Procter 1983 Reta Seibert 1984 Lillian Campbell 1985 Reta Seibert 1986 Reta Seibert 1987 Eilene McIntosh 1988 Wendy Breckenridge 1989 Cecilia Gray 1990 Wendy Breckenridge

1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

Pauline Polehoyke Rosa Mobbs Cecilia Gray Cecilia Gray Wendy Breckenridge Rosa Mobbs Pauline Polehoyke Rosa Mobbs Rose La Marche Cheryl Procter Christina Ford Cheryl Procter Cheryl Procter Cheryl Procter Cheryl Procter

2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019

Cheryl Procter Cheryl Procter Cheryl Procter Darline Pauselius Darline Pauselius Cheryl Procter Mary Telfer Mary Telfer Mary Telfer Cheryl Procter Mary Telfer No Fair Mary Telfer Mary Telfer

Perpetual Trophies are the property of the Williams Lake Harvest Fair. These trophies become the temporary possession of the winners and must be returned to the fair or a fair member by August 30 th of the following year. Perpetual trophies are not permitted to leave a 30 mile radius of the City of Williams Lake. Before filling out your entry form, please read the general rules plus the rules at the beginning of each section.


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GENERAL INFORMATION for EXHIBITORS

The Williams Lake Harvest Fair is not in the business of profit. The sole purpose of the fair is to encourage the development of arts and crafts, home arts, gardening, livestock, etc. The Harvest Fair Board consists of volunteers who work year round for no gain other than the personal satisfaction of staging a community fair. We would appreciate your assistance in making the fair a success.

ADMISSION:

HOURS OF OPERATION:

$6.00 - Adults $3.00 - 6 to 12 years and Seniors FREE - 5 and under

Grounds: Saturday Sunday

Prices include GST

Refer to specific classed for special events

These gate fees allow spectators to have access to all areas and events without additional cost (excepting food concessions, rides, grandstand shows and evening performances).

EXHIBIT HALL - CURLING RINK Saturday 10:00 am-5:00 pm Sunday 10:00 am-4:00 pm Harvest Fair Phone: 250-305-8403 Harvest Fair Fax: 250-392-4405

7:00 am - 7:00 pm 7:00 am - 4:00 pm

ENTRY DEADLINES: Complete entry forms, and correct entry fees must be in the hands of the Williams Lake Harvest Fair as follows:

Section A - S up to 4:00 pm Wednesday, September 7, 2022 Entries may be submitted in person at the following locations: Reception Desk, City Hall, 450 Mart Street Tribune Office, 188 N 1st Avenue

Mail well in advance to: Williams Lake Harvest Fair PO Box 4447 Williams Lake, BC V2G 2V5

Please note: When utilizing drop-off points, please have your entry form, applicable entry fees and exhibitors fees in a sealed envelope addressed to the Williams Lake Harvest Fair. Drop-off points will not make change, nor provide receipts. After 4:00 pm Wednesday, Sept. 7, 2022, bring entries to the CURLING CLUB HARVEST FAIR OFFICE between the hours of 5:00 pm and 8:00 pm.

LATE ENTRIES: will be accepted Sept. 8, 2022 Thurs in Sections A-S; up until 5:00pm at the Curling Club Harvest Fair Office, at double the normal entry fee, per exhibit.


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GENERAL RULES for EXHIBITORS ENTRIES: 1 2 3 4

Unlimited entries allowed unless otherwise stated. Entry fees will be $0.50 per entry, unless otherwise stated in section. Prize money will be: 1st $2.00, 2nd $1.50, 3rd $1.00,unless otherwise stated. Prize money must be picked up in person Sunday afternoon prior to the close of the fair. Any prize money remaining will revert to the Williams Lake Harvest Fair. Prize money will not be available before 4:00 pm, September 11, 2022. 5 Entry fees will not be refunded for exhibits not entered, except where specifically stated. 6 Entries must not have been exhibited at the Williams Lake Harvest Fair in previous years. 7 All entries must be the work of the exhibitor. Exhibitor's name must not appear on any exhibit, or be appropriately covered. 8 Entries entered in wrong classes will be disqualified at time of judging. 9 Please read the rules at the beginning of each section that you enter. 10 All exhibits, except for entries in Sections R and S, must be brought to the exhibit building Curling Rink, and arranged between the hours of 1:00 pm and 5:00 pm Friday, September 9, 2022. Any exhibitor with more than 20 exhibits must start arranging before 4:00 pm. ***Section J must be brought to the Curling Club between 1:00 and 3:00 pm Sept 9, 2022.*** 11 Exhibits must be left until 4:00 pm, Sunday, September11, 2022. Any article or display left in the building or on the grounds after the close of the fair is left at the owner's risk. 12 Exhibits shall not be priced or sold while on display. JUDGING: 13 Judging of exhibits in Sections A - S will commence 6:00 pm, Friday, September 9, 2022 and continue on Saturday until 9:00 am. The public is barred from the exhibit building - Curling Rink, during judging. 14 Points awarded are: 1st - 3 points, 2nd - 2 points, 3rd - 1 point. 15 Fruits, flowers and vegetables must be correctly named in variety or points will be lost. It will be the responsibility of the exhibitor to enter variety names on the entry tags when they are picked up on Friday, September 9, 2022.


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GENERAL INFORMATION for EXHIBITORS

16 All fruits, field crops, vegetables and domestic science will be judged according to the Standards of Perfection as issued by the BC Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food. Information may be obtained from the BC Ministry of Agricuture, Fisheries and Food Department, 300-640 Borland Street, Williams Lake, BC 17 In the absence of competition in any class, judges will give only such prizes as they deem worthy, or no prize at all. After the completion of judging, all entry tags will be opened. 18 Should there arise any dispute not governed in the bylaws or rules and regulations of the Williams Lake Harvest Fair, it shall be referred to the Williams Lake Harvest Fair Association Board, whose decision shall be final. All protests and appeals must be lodged with the Secretary in writing and accompanied by a $10.00 deposit by 1:00 pm on the last day of the fiar. If the complaint is upheld, the deposit will be refunded. GRAND AGGREGATE RULES: 19 Groups, clubs or associations are not eligible to win the Grand Aggregate Trophy. 20 The Grand Aggregate Trophy goes to the individual with the greatest number of total points (individual must enter using the same name in three or more sections to be eligible). MISCELLANEOUS: 21 Every care will be taken with the exhibits, however, the Harvest Fair Board will not be liable for the loss to any exhibitor occasioned by fire, theft, accident, condition or structure, or by the negligence of other officials, spectators or otherwise howsoever. 22 No claim for injury to any person or property shall be asserted of suit instituted, or maintained against the Williams Lake Harvest Fair Board or their agents by, or on behalf of, any visitor, exhibitor, and/or person, form or corporation or their agents, representatives, servants or employees having license, privilege, to visit or exhibit on the grounds or the fair or occupying any space thereon. 23 The Williams Lake Harvest Fair reserves the right to refuse anyone entry. 24 In case there are insufficient funds to pay prizes in full, they will be paid prorate. 25 AMATEUR: One who pursues his or her interest for pleasure and enjoyment only and not for monetary gains.


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Convenor: Ashley Gentles Phone: 780-296-1603 Entry Fee: Free Prizes: Ribbons for 1st, 2nd and 3rd and participation SPECIAL PRIZES: Assorted pet items from Total Pet SHOW DATE: Sunday September 11, 2022 at the Main Entertainment Area adjacent to Exhibit Hall (Curling Club) 12:00 noon PLEASE FILL OUT ENTRY FORMS HALF AN HOUR BEFORE SHOW (11:30 AM) RULES: A Open to children 15 years and under B Animals must be clean and free from disease C Dogs must be on leash, small animals caged, and cats on leash or caged D No cat or dog under 16 weeks of age will be eligible for entry E Each pet may only be entered in 1 of the Best Pet Categories ALL PETS can be entered in the Theme Costume Classes 1 2 3 4 5

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SECTION A - CUT FLOWERS Phone: 250-392-4633

Convenor: Tammy French Entry Fee: $0.50 per entry (entries unlimited) Prize Money: 1st-$2.00, 2nd-$1.50, 3rd-$1.00 SPECIAL PRIZES: Rosette award - Best of Show for Best Dahlia HIGH POINT: Rosette and $100 Gift Basket A Cut Flowers: Must be exhibited in clear recyclable glass jars with the labels removed. RULES: No vases allowed. EXCEPTION - CLASS 10. Dahlias, giant or show, over 8", 1 bloom, may be displayed on a paper plate. B Spray - A specimen with leaves, branches and buds or blossoms. C Stem - Take only the stem the blossom(s) are on, leaving off all side shoots. D Cut Flowers - must be parasite free. Infested flowers will be disqualified and removed from the section. CLASSES: 1 Asters, single, 4 stems 2 Asters, double, 4 stems 3 Asters, cactus or needles, 4 stems 4 Calendulas, 4 stems 5 Cosmos, 4 sprays 6 Dahlias, pompom, 2" and under, 3 blooms, one variety 7 Dahlias, ball, 3 blooms, one variety 8 Dahlias, cactus, 3 blooms, one variety 9 Dahlias, decorative, 3 blooms, one variety 10 Dahlias, giant or show, over 8", 1 bloom 11 Dahlias, collection, 3 or more in one container, not the same flower 12 Marigolds, 1" and under, 4 stems, one variety 13 Marigolds, 1"-3", 4 stems, one variety 14 Marigolds, 3"-5", 4 stems, one variety 15 Pansies, giant, larger than 1", 4 stems 16 Pansies, 1" and under, 4 stems 17 Petunias, single, 4 stems 18 Petunias, double, 4 stems 19 Phlox, 4 stems 20 Roses, one stem 21 Roses, one spray 22 Roses, miniature, one spray 23 Roses, collection, 3 or more in one cont. 24 Sweet peas, 4 stems 25 Sunflower, 3 stems 26 Zinnias, 4 stems 27 Annuals, mixed, one container, 10 stems 28 Garden flowers, mixed (should include annuals, biennials, and perennials), one container, 10 stems 29 Any annual, not listed above, two specimens, same type 30 Any perennial, not listed above, two specimens, same type 31 "Gold Rush" themed arrangement made of Cut Flowers only


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SECTION B FLORAL ART Convenor: Tammy French Phone: 250-392-4633 Entry Fee: $0.50 per entry (entries unlimited) Prize Money: 1st-$2.00, 2nd-$1.50, 3rd-$1.00 SPECIAL PRIZES: Rosette award for Best in Show HIGH POINT: Rosette and $100 Gift Basket sponsored by Carol Ann Taphorn of Interior Properties RULES: A Flowers do not have to be grown by exhibitor B Floral Art may be exhibited in your choice of container unless specified otherwise C Entries must be no more that 18" wide by 18" deep and 24" high unless specified otherwise D Accessories permitted E Flowers may be fresh or dried, **NO ARTIFICIAL OR SILK FLOWERS** CLASSES: 1 "Country Roads" an arrangement of wild 7 "Wild" and arrangement using only wild flowers and grasses flowers 2 "Tea Time" an arrangement I a tea cup 8 "Sunny Days" and arrangement in a hat with a saucer 9 "Kitchen Kaper" an arrangement that 3 "Recycled and Rusty" an arrangement of incorporates kitchen utensils flowers and local foliage in used container 10 "Celebrate" an arrangement for a special 4 "Monochromatic Mania" an arrangement occasion ie: new baby, birthday, grad, etc using shades of all on color 11 "Stunning Sunflowers" an arrangement 5 "Mini Arrangement" an arrangement this is showcasing sunflowers no more that 3" in any direction 12 "Gold Rush" and arrangement illustrating 6 "Bloomin' Music" an arrangement the 2022 WL Harvest Fair Theme representing a song, must be labeled with song


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SECTION C POTTED PLANTS Convenor: Tammy French Phone: 250-392-4633 PLEASE TIDY PLANTS Entry Fee: $0.50 per entry (entries unlimited) BEFORE EXHIBITING! Prize Money: 1st-$2.00, 2nd-$1.50, 3rd-$1.00 SPECIAL PRIZES: Rosette awards Best Potted Plants in show 1-Indoor 2-Outdoor Class 17: Rosettes and 1st $20, 2nd $15, 3rd $10 HIGH POINT: Rosette and $100 Gift Basket sponsored by Lynda Colgate of RE/MAX Williams Lake Realty INDOOR: OUTDOOR: 1 African Violet, one plant 13 Geranium, fancy 2 Cactus, one variety 14 Hanging Basket, any variety 3 Coleus, one pot 15 Flowering plant, not listed above, 4 Ivy, one variety, one pot 16 Most interesting container, any 5 Jade, one pot variety of plants 6 Trailing vine house plant, one variety, one pot 17 "Gold Rush" a container illustrating the 7 Flowering plant, not listed above, one pot 2022 WL Harvest Fair Theme, not to exceed 8 Foliage plant, not listed above, one pot, 36" in any direction. Embellishments 9 Rusty Bucket, as container, any plants, any var. allowed! The brighter the better!! OUTDOOR: 18 Fairy Garden, container must be 10 Cacti/Succulent plants, accessories allowed smaller than 30" in all directions, all plants in novel container must be live. Judging based on originality, 11 Begonia creativity and uniqueness of container 12 Geranium, plain


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SECTION D - VEGETABLES, FARM, FIELD AND ORCHARD PRODUCE

Convenor: Christine Seinen Phone: 250-267-9346 Entry Fee: $0.50 per entry - max 3 entries per class Prize Money: 1st-$2.50, 2nd-$2.00, 3rd-$1.50 PERPETUAL TROPHY: Alexander Robertson Memorial Trophy for High Point in Vegetables SPECIAL PRIZES: Class 53 - Small Rosettes - 1st $12, 2nd $8, 3rd $4 HIGH POINT: Rosette and $50 Gift Certificate RULES: A Vegetables must be correctly named in variety, or points will be lost. Exhibitor is responsible for adding variety name/s to entry tags when the tags are picked up B All entries must be grown by the exhibitor C All fruits and vegetables will be judged according to the STANDARDS OF PERFECTION issued by the Ministry of Agriculture 250-398-4500 VEGETABLES (cont): VEGETABLES: 46 Largest Pumpkin 1 Beans, climbing, 6 pods 47 Largest Tomatoe 48 Largest stalk of rhubarb without leaf 2 Beans, yellow, 6 pods 3 Beans, green, bush, 6 pods 49 Largest squash, ie: zucchini, etc 4 Beans, other, 6 pods 50 Largest squash by weight 5 Beets, 5 roots 51 Ugliest vegetable - potatoe, turnip, etc 6 Broccoli, 1 head or lateral shoots 52 Herbs, 6 different varieties, labeled 7 Brussels sprouts, 6 specimens 53 "Gold Rush" a collection of vegetables illustrating 8 Cabbage, green, 1 head the 2022 WL Harvest Fair Theme, min 8 - max 12 9 Cabbage, red, 1 head varieties labeled, can include herbs 10 Carrots, long, over 7", 5 roots 54 Collection of squash, min 3 - max 6 varieties 11 Carrots, intermediate, 4"-7", 5 roots 55 Potatoe Buddy, decorated potatoe, adult 12 Carrots, short, under 4", 5 roots 56 Vegetable Person, Adult Entries Only, 13 Cauliflower, 1 head children can enter in their age groups in 14 Celery, 2 specimens the children's sections. 15 Corn, sweet, 2 ears, 1/3 husk removed 57 Rhubarb - 3 stalks 16 Cucumbers, long English, 2 specimens 58 Garlic - one head 17 Cucumbers, slicing, 2 specimens FIELD CROPS: 18 Cucumbers, pickling, 6 specimens 59 Hay, grass, including native meadow, one bale approx. 50 lbs. 19 Kale, one plant 20 Kohlrabi, 2 specimens 60 Hay, mixed/legume grass, one bale, approx. 50 lbs. 21 Lettuce, leaf, one bunch 61 Sunflower head, largest diameter 22 Onions green, bunching, 6 onions 62 Tallest sunflower, root ball included in container 23 Onions, yellow, red, white or brown, 5 specimens 63 Core sample of a round bale, put core in a 1L 24 Peas, any single variety, 6 pods Zip Lock bag 25 Peas, sugar snap variety, 6 pods ORCHARD: 26 Peppers, chili or hot, 3 specimens 64 Apple, 3 specimens, state kind on entry tag 27 Peppers, green, 3 specimens 65 Crab Apples, 6 specimens, state kind on entry tag 28 Peppers, other, 3 specimens 66 Any fruit not listed above, 3-6 specimens, state 29 Potatoes, red, 3 - 5 specimens type of fruit on entry tag 30 Potatoes, white, 3 - 5 specimens 67 Dehydrated fruit, 3 specimens, state kind on 31 Potatoes, other, 3 - 5 specimens entry tag 32 Potatoes, plate of 3 varieties, 3 spec. each FARM PRODUCE: 33 Pumpkins, 1 specimen 68 Eggs, white, 6 34 Radishes, 6 specimens 69 Eggs, brown, 6 35 Squash - zucchini, 12" and under, 2 specimens 70 Eggs, other, 6 36 Squash - zucchini, over 12" , 2 specimens 71 Egg, smallest, domestic, one specimen 37 Squash - any other variety, 2 specimens 72 Egg, largest, domestic, one specimen 38 Swiss Chard - 2 plants 73 Honey, clear, a one pint jar 39 Tomatoes - red, 3 - 5 specimens, without 74 Honey, granulated, a one pint jar stems 75 Frame of honey, deep or shallow, one 40 Tomatoes - cherry, any variety, 6 - 9 76 Beeswax, 3 cakes, min 1/4 lb. each specimens, with stem 77 Fleece of unwashed wool 41 Tomatoes - green, 3 - 5 specimens, MISC: without stem 78 "Gold Rush" a Scarecrow illustrating the 2022 WL 42 Turnip - White, summer, 2 roots Harvest Fair Theme, not to exceed 6' in height 43 Turnip - Swede, rutabaga, 2 roots 79 Binder Twine Art, be creative 44 Largest carrot 80 Salt Block Art, naturally formed, display 45 Largest potatoe on base, no larger than 14"x14", must


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SECTION G CANNING and PRESERVES Convenor: Colleen Tugnum Phone: 250-305-8408 Entry Fee: $0.50 per entry (entries unlimited) Prize Money: 1st-$2.50, 2nd-2.00, 3rd-$1.50 HIGH POINT: Rosette and $150 Gift Basket

COUNTRY FAIRS HOME CANNING AWARDS 1 BERNARDIN GIFT PACK COMPETITION Class 66 - $20 Gift Certificate, 2nd 10, 3rd $5 2 BERNARDIN BEST OF SHOW HOME CANNING AWARD - WL Harvest Fairs "Best Home Canner" is awarded to High Points in Section G - 1st $30 Gift Certificate, 2nd $15, 3rd $7.50 3 BERNARDIN BEST JAM AWARD - Class 24, Raspberry, entry must include proof of purchase Bernardin pectin package including UPC bar, 1st $20 Gift Certificate , 2nd $10, 3rd $5 RULES: A All fruit, vegetables, meat, fish, pickle and relish entries must be in commercial canning jars ie: Kerr, Mason, Bernardin, Ball, etc. B All jams and jellies must be in commercial pint or half pint jars, or jam/jelly jars. Do not remove wax or sealer lid. All jams and jellies must be sealed or they will not be judged. C Use new lids and rings. Leave rings on. Entries must be correctly labeled, including full date processed. Labels must not display any personal names. SCORE CARD FOR CANNED FOOD: Must achieve 75% or above to receive a ribbon. A APPEARANCE - 40 points 1 Colour 10 points 2 Clearness 10 points for recipies and helpful hints 3 Pack arrangement, uniformity of size 10 points on home canning visit4 Container appropriateness, neatness, label 10 points B QUALITY OF CONTENTS - 60 points 1 Flavour 2 Texture FRUIT: 1 Applesauce 2 Cherries 3 Peaches 4 Pears 5 Fruit, state kind on label VEGETABLES: 6 Beans, green 7 Beans, yellow 8 Stewed tomatoes 9 Tomatoes 10 Mixed vegetables 11 Vegetables, state kind on label MEAT AND FISH: CANNED12 Antipasto 13 Fish, state kind on label 14 Poultry, state kind on label 15 Meat, state kind on label PRESERVED16 Smoked Fish, state kind on label 17 Jerky, state meat type on label 18 Sausage, state meat type on label

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SECTION G - CANNING and PRESERVES SCORE CARD FOR JAM AND JELLY (Must achieve 75% or above to receive a ribbon) A APPEARANCE (30 points) 1 Color 2 Clearness 3 Container appropriateness B. QUALITY OF CONTENTS (70 points)

1 Flavor 2 Texture

10 points 10 points 10 points 40 points 30 points

JAMS: DO NOT REMOVE WAX/SEALER LIDS State on label pure or pectin added 19 Apricot 20 Blackberry 21 Blueberry 22 Cherry 23 Peach 24 Raspberry 25 Strawberry 26 Marmalade 27 Wild Berry, state kind on label 28 Jam, state kind on label 29 Jam, freezer, state kind on label 30 Jam, 2 or more fruits, state kind on label

MISCELLANEOUS: 53 Fruit juice, state kind on label 54 Syrup, state kind on label 55 Baked beans 56 Salsa

JELLY: DO NOT REMOVE WAX/SEALER LID State on label pure or pectin added 31 Blackberry 32 Current, Red or Black 33 Crabapple 34 Grape 35 Raspberry 36 Strawberry 37 Hot (ie jalapeno, green pepper, red pepper, etc) state kind on label 38 Wild Berry, state kind on label 39 Jelly, any fruit, state kind on label 40 Jelly, combination 2 or more fruits, state kind on label RELISH: 41 Chutney, state kind on label 42 Relish, beet 43 Relish, green, state kind on label 44 Relish, state kind on label PICKLES: 45 Dills, no garlic 46 Dills, garlic 47 Beans 48 Beets 49 Mustard 50 Sweet 51 Bread and Butter 52 Pickled Carrots & Beans

SIZE IN EACH COLLECTION, ALL COLLECTIONS MAY BE

YOUTH: 13-16 Years 57 58 59 60

YOUTH - Jam, state fruit on label YOUTH - Jelly, state fruit on label YOUTH - Pickles, state pickle type on label YOUTH - any other item not listed above

COLLECTIONS: ALL JARS MUST BE THE SAME CREATIVELY DISPLAYED 61 62 63 64 65

Jams, state kind on label Jellies, state kind on label Fruit, state kind on label Vegetables, state kind on label Any collection not listed above, state kind on label 66 BERNARDIN GIFT PACK AWARD "Gold Rush" a gift basket illustrating the 2022 WL Harvest Fair Theme 3 filled Bernardin jars sealed with SNAP Lids Must be submitted in an appropriate container, not necessarily a basket. Entry must be decorated using the above theme, and may include additional items such as soap, candles, candy, soup mixes, etc. Judges' select winner based on creativity, quality of home canned product, perceived value and appropriateness of presentation.

DRIED BC GROWN FRUIT AND VEGETABLES: 67 Fruit Leather, named, 3 pieces displayed on plate 68 Fruit Dried, named, 3 pieces displayed on plate 69 Vegetable, mixed, 3 pieces displayed on plate


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SECTION H HOME BAKING Convenor: Mary Telfer Phone: 250-305-1186 Entry Fee: $0.50 per entry (entries unlimited) SPECIAL PRIZE: CLASS 9 - Rosette for First Place HIGH POINT: Rosette and $100 Gift Basket

Prize Money: 1st-$2.50, 2nd-$2.00, 3rd-$1.50

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RULES: A No mixes allowed B ALL ENTRIES MUST BE COVERED OR IN CLEAR PLASTIC BAGS C All entries, except pies and loaves, must be submitted on suitably sized paper plates D Cakes must be in clear plastic bags, where permitted, decorated cakes may be covered with clear plastic wrap. Cakes in cake keeper with opaque lids will not be judged or displayed E Muffin liners or any other wrappings used in baking must be removed F Standards for judging may be obtained from the local Department of Agriculture 250-398-4500 CLASSES: 1 Biscuits, baking powder, 6 36 Squares, or fancy bars, 6 of one kind 2 Biscuits, any other, 6 37 Tarts, sweet fruit, 6 3 Bread, white, 1 loaf 38 Tarts, butter, 6 4 Bread, 100% whole wheat, 1 loaf 39 Gluten free, cookies, any kind, 6 5 Bread, 1 loaf, bread machine, any type 40 Gluten free, cake, any kind 6 Bread, any type not listed above 41 Gluten free, muffins, any kind 3 7 Cake, chocolate, iced or frosted 42 Gluten free, bread, any type, one loaf 8 Cake, white, iced or frosted YOUTH SECTION 13-16 Years 9 "Gold Rush", a cake illustrating the 2022 WL Harvest Fair theme 43 Brownies, 6 10 Cake, Wedding, judged on decoration 44 Cake, decorated-"Gold Rush" judged on only, accessories allowed decoration only 11 Cake, upside down cake 45 Cookie, decorated, judged on decoration only 12 Candy, fudge, 6 pieces 46 Cookies, chocolate chip, 6 13 Candy, any other, not listed, 6 pieces 47 Cookies, peanut butter, 6 14 Cheesecake, 3" wedge on plate 48 Muffins, any kind, 3 15 Cookies, chocolate chip, 6 49 Loaf - carrot, banana, etc, 1 loaf 16 Cookies, peanut butter, 6 50 Pie, any kind, 1 pie 17 Cookies, pumpkin, 6 51 Bread, yeast, 1 loaf 18 Cupcake, decorated, 3 pieces 52 Rolls, cinnamon, one 8" x 8" section 19 Cupcake, any kind, 3 pieces 53 Rice Krispies sculpture 20 Gingerbread, 8" square 21 Loaf, banana, 1 loaf 22 Loaf, carrot, 1 loaf 23 Loaf, pumpkin, 1 loaf 24 Loaf, lemon, 1 loaf 25 Loaf, zucchini, 1 loaf 26 Muffins, fruit (ie: blueberry), 3 pieces 27 Muffins, any other variety, 3 pieces 28 Pie, pumpkin 29 Pie, lemon meringue 30 Pie, berry, any kind 31 Pie, any kind, not listed 32 Rolls, cinnamon, one 8" x 8" section 33 Rolls, plain, raised, 6 34 Squares, chocolate brownies, no icing, 6 35 Squares, date, 6




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SECTION I -NEEDLEWORK Convenor: Christa Obergfell Phone: 250-398-8937 Entry Fee: $0.50 per entry (entries unlimited) Prize Money: 1st-$2.00, 2nd-$1.50, 3rd-$1.00 Special Prizes: Small Rosettes for Class 10 HIGH POINT: Rosette Award for High Point Class 1-21 Rosette Award for High Point Class 22-49

HIGH POINT: Rosette and $100 Gift Basket awarded to overall High Point in the Needlework Section

SEWING, EMBROIDERY AND RUG HOOKING RULES: A. VISIBLE BACK means that the inside or back of the article will be judged, as well as the front. Hanging articles may be left on a stretcher, frame or embroidery hoop. If mounted, leave an opening in the back for easy viewing. Cushions may be filled or not, but leave one side open for judging. The back of any needlework should be just as neat as the front. B. All categories include both children's and adult's fashions. C. Entries must be cleaned if previously used. CLASSES: SEWING: EMBROIDERY (hand stitched only): 1 Top - shirt, blouse, vest etc. 12 Home accessories - table runner, place 2 Bottom - skirt, pants, etc. mats, tablecloth, etc 3 Dress 13 Pillowcase or cushion 4 Bag - shopping bag, handbag, school bag, 14 Picture, cross stitch, from pattern or kit lunch bag, knapsack, etc. 15 Picture, cross stitch, original 5 Coat or jacket, made from fabric 16 Any article not listed above 6 Doll, can include embellishments 7 Toy RUG HOOKING: 8 Kitchen article - place mats, apron, 17 Primitive rug hooking with new wool pot holders, toaster covers, etc. 18 Primitive rug hooking with recycled wool 9 Home accessory 19 Primitive rug hooking, mixed wools or fibre 10 Table Runner, illustrating the WL Harvest 20 Punch needle rug hooking Fair theme "Gold Rush" 21 Miniature punch needle hooking Size - 13" x 31" long Any and all embellishments allowed 11 Any article - not listed above

KNITTING AND CROCHET RULES:

A. Entries are to be finished. B. Entries are to be clean and blocked. C. Do not mix knitting with crochet CLASSES: KNITTING: 22 Afghan - over 5' in length 23 Afghan - 5' and under 24 Baby Item 25 "Gold Rush" a toque illustrating the 2022 WL Harvest Fair Theme 26 Gloves or mitts - 1 pair 27 Novelties - any article 28 Socks - plain 29 Socks - patterned 30 Sweater - Any type 31 Sweater, dog 32 Scarf, arm knitted 33 Scarf, Infinity, hand knitted any type of yarn

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1 ENTRY DEADLINE: Completed entry forms, along with fees, must be in the hands of the Williams Lake Harvest Fair before the following times: Sections A-S, 8:00 pm Wednesday, Sept 7, 2022 at drop off points. Late entries will be accepted up to 5:00 pm Thursday, Sept 8, 2022 and must be brought to the Curling Rink and will be charged double the entry fee. 2 UNLIMITED ENTRIES per class will be accepted, unless otherwise stated. 3 Use a separate entry form for each exhibitor. 4 Please read the General Rules for Exhibitors and the rules at the top of each Section that you enter 5 ALL EXHIBITS, SECTIONS A-S, MUST BE BROUGHT TO THE EXHIBIT BUILDINGS, CURLING RINK, BETWEEN 1:00 PM AND 5:00 PM FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 2022 6 Enter 12 or more items in Sections A-S and receive a Free pass to the Fair. Pick up your pass on Friday Sept. 9th when dropping off entries at the Exhibit Building, Curling Club. One free pass per exhibitor. CATALOGUE DESCRIPTION OF ARTICLE OR BREED & VARIETY SECTION CLASS ENTRY FEE

TOTAL ENTRY FEES NAME CHILDRENS AGE EMAIL ADDRESS FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY: EXHIBITOR # INITIAL POSTAL CODE PHONE NO EXHIBITS MAY BE REMOVED UNTIL 4:00 PM, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 2022


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SECTION J - QUILTING Convenor: Cariboo Piece Makers Quilting Club Phone: 250-392-3803 Elaine Watt Entry Fee: $0.50 per entry (entries unlimited) Prize Money: 1st-$2.00, 2nd-$1.50, 3rd-$1.00 SPECIAL PRIZES: Rosette award for Best in Show and Cariboo Piecemakers WL Quilting Club Award of $50 Class 32 - WL Harvest Fair Special Competition $50 Gift Cert for 1st place, Rosettes 1st-3rd HIGH POINT: Rosette and $100 Gift Basket from Ibea's Quilting Viewer's Choice - Rosette RULES: Entries may have been started at any time but need to have been completed by one individual (unless otherwise stated) within the past year and in like new condition.

CLASSES 1-16 Entries must be pieced and quilted by one person (any type of Quilting).

CLASSES 17-32 Entries must be pieced by one person and quilted by another - any type of quilting

1 Traditonal Quilt - historical blocks set in symmetrical rows usually with sashing using fabric of choice, pieced or appliqued 2 Contemporary or Modern Quilt - updated blocks with alternate layout, may be original or from a pattern, pieced or appliqued 3 Open Quilt - does not distinctly fit into any other category 4 Traditional Wall Hanging - less than 200" perimeter 5 Contemporary or Modern Wall Hanging - less than 200" perimeter 6 Open Wall Hanging - does not fit distinctly into other category and less than 200" perimeter 7 Pictorial or Landscape Wall Hanging - realistic and less than 200" perimeter 8 Christmas Quilt 9 Christmas Wall Hanging - less than 200" perimeter 10 Hand Embroidered Quilt or Wall Hanging 11 Machine Embroidered Quilt or Wall Hanging 12 Quilt or Wall Hanging - pre-printed panels 13 Miniature Quilt (blocks no larger than 4"should be a reduced scale of a full sized quilt and less than 100" perimeter 14 Quilted Bags, Accessories or Clothing 15 Quilted Household Items including runners, placemats, pot holders etc. 16 Whole Cloth Quilt - hand or machine quilted

17 Traditonal Quilt - historical blocks set in symmetrical rows usually with sashing using fabric of choice, pieced or appliqued 18 Contemporary or Modern Quilt - updated blocks with alternate layout, may be original or from a pattern, pieced or appliqued or Realistic) 19 Open Quilt - does not distinctly fit into any other category 20 Traditional Wall Hanging - less than 200" perimeter 21 Contemporary or Modern Wall Hanging - less than 200" perimeter 22 Open Wall Hanging - does not fit distinctly into other category and less than 200" perimeter 23 Pictorial or Landscape Wall Hanging - realistic and less than 200" perimeter 24 Christmas Quilt 25 Christmas Wall Hanging - less than 200" perimeter 26 Hand Embroidered Quilt or Wall Hanging 27 Machine Embroidered Quilt or Wall Hanging 28 Quilt or Wall Hanging - pre-printed panels CLASSES 29-30 Youth made Quilt 29 Quilt or wall hanging by a child 16 and under

and an adult 30 Quilt or wall hanging made entirely by a child

16 and under GROUP QUILT 31 Quilt or Wall Hanging made by 3 or more people of any age WL Harvest Fair Special Competition 32 "Gold Rush" a quilt illustrating the 2022 WL Harvest Fair Theme

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QUILTING STANDARDS

OVERALL APPEARANCE, DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION Border and Sashing Strips: Regardless of the type of quilt, the workmanship and *should be straight and even if appropriate to quilt design. construction techniques should be suitable to the function Quilting and other traditional means of joining: of the quilt. Whether using traditional or innovative *stitching should be uniform and evenly spaced; no knots construction techniques, they should be well executed. or thread build-ups. The Quilt should: *design marking lines should not be visible. *have visual impact. *stitches on the back should be neat and even. *have unity. *thread tension should be evenly balanced. *be well executed with special attention paid to overall *spacing of the quilting should be appropriate. construction. Binding: *have materials that are suitable to its design and function. *should be neatly and securely stitched. *have appropriate embellishments. *should be appropriate to the design of the quilt top. *lay/hang flat or as appropriate for design. *curved corners should flow smoothly without puckers. *be neat, clean and odour-free. *square corners should be 90 degrees. QUILTS USING TRADITIONAL TECHNIQUES: *should be uniformly filled. Definition: Quilt (technically traditional) made with two QUILTS USING INNOVATIVE TECHNIQUES: layers of fabric with a fill/batting. Definition: Quilt (technically innovative) made with at least Seams: three layer of materials. *Construction should be smooth and well stitched. As quilting continues to expand with non-traditional *seams should be cleanly pressed with no thread showing. applications, techniques and materials, it is important that Piecing: innovative quilts and fibre art in general meet with the *points should be sharp. standards already established with traditional quilts. *intersections should meet evenly and be flat. *a quilt must hang flat when intended as a wall quilt. *Curves should be smooth. *an innovative quilt consists of three layers and has Applique: quilting visible on front and back. *edges should be finished smoothly with consistent *any loose threads and/or embellishments must be an stitches, hidden if intended. integral part of the overall design. Filler/Batting: *any innovative quilt presented on a rigid frame must have *should be evenly distributed. quilting visible on both sides. from Canadian Quilters Association Members Guide 2017


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SECTION M SENIORS Convenor: Christa Obergfell Phone: 250-398-8937 Entry Fee: $0.50 per entry (entries unlimited) Prize Money: 1st-$2.00, 2nd-$1.50, 3rd-$1.00 SPECIAL PRIZES: Class 28 Perpetual Trophy and Special Prize money 1st $25, 2nd $15, 3rd $10 HIGH POINT: Rosette and $75 Gift Basket RULES: A All entries must have been made in the past year. B Open to both men and women, 65 years and older CLASSES: 1 Afghan - crocheted 2 Afghan - knitted 3 Christmas decoration 4 Woodworking - any article 5 Cross stitch - any article 6 Cushion - any other, complete 7 Doily - crocheted, under 20" 8 Doily - crocheted, over 20" 9 Pillowcases - embroidered, one pair 10 Quilt - machine sewn and quilted 11 Quilt - patchwork 12 Quilt - tied 13 Crocheted Slippers 14 Knitted Slippers 15 Dish Cloth, knitted 16 Dish Cloth, crochet 17 Sewn item - any article 18 Crocheted article for child 19 Knitted article for child 20 Crocheted article - not listed above 21 Knitted article - not listed above 22 Embroidered article - not listed above 23 Painting - watercolor 24 Painting - oil 25 Painting - not listed above 26 Coloring - any item - "Gold Rush" 27 Any item not listed above

28 Senior's Lodge or Group Competition Entry Fee: $1.00 per Lodge or Group A All entries must have been made in the past year B One item from any six classes listed must be entered C Not more that two items should be made by one member. This is a group effort. D Use a separate entry form for this competition E Please state name of Lodge/Group on the entry form F Name of member may be attached to the items he/she made after judging is completed


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SECTION N ARTS and CRAFTS Convenor: Becky Telfer

Phone: 250-296-4268 home or 250-398-8253 work

Entry Fee: $0.50 per entry (entries unlimited) Prize Money: 1st-$2.00, 2nd-$1.50, 3rd-$1.00 Class 16, 33 & 49 - 1st $25 Gift Certificate at Staples Class 51 - Bernardin SNAP Lid / Mason Jar Creative Craft Award, 1st $20 gift certificate, 2nd $10, 3rd $5

Class 49 & 50 - Special Competitions - 1st $10, 2nd $5, 3rd $2.50 HIGH POINT: Rosette and $125 Gift Basket donated by South Broadway Liquor RULES: A If entry consists of a pair or set, it may be entered as one article, with the exception of Art Work B Cover any visible signature on articles C Original entry must be created or designed by the exhibitor, manufactured materials may be used in the making. No purchased patterns or kits unless specified in the class. ART WORK: DECORATIVE ART PAINTING: All art work must be original and ready to hang 31 Seasonal theme - Christmas, Halloween, etc. 1 Drawing - charcoal/pencil, any subject 32 Any item painted on a metal object 2 Drawing - black and white, any subject 33 Painted furniture 3 Drawing/painting - mixed media, any subject 34 Any painted item not listed above 4 Drawing - pastel/crayon, any subject FESTIVE CRAFTS: 5 Painting - oils/acrylics, any subject includes any type of decorations used to celebrate holidays 6 Painting - watercolors, any subject or occasions, please state occasion on entry tag, ie Christmas 7 Picture - any technique, "Gold Rush" 35 Wall hanging - any style CARDS AND PAPER CRAFT: 36 Centerpiece - any medium 8 Birthday card 37 Christmas stocking 9 Occasional card - thank you, etc. 38 Seasonal tree ornament 10 Seasonal card - Christmas, Easter, etc 39 Table cloth or runner, any season 11 Canvas or Altered Piece 40 Wreath, any season 12 Any article - not listed above 41 Any article - not listed above WOODWORKING: SCRAPBOOKING: 13 Children's toy or article 42 Mini Album 14 Furniture - any article 43 Harvest Fair layout-using pictures and scrapbook 15 Woodcarving - no lathe work accessories, showing off our fair, the events, the allowed, any article people, the animals, the excitement! 16 "For the Birds", birdhouse or feeder 44 One page Layout 17 Woodturning - lathe 45 Two page layout 18 Burl - any article 46 An album 19 Any article not listed above 47 Canvas or Altered Piece with photos GENERAL HOBBIES: 48 Family Tree - two page layout 20 Jewellery, bracelet, necklace or earrings HARVEST FAIR THEME: 21 Pottery any article, any medium 49 "Gold Rush" a wreath illustrating the 2022 22 Wind chimes, any medium, any theme WL Harvest Fair Theme 23 Soap, one bar 50 Decorative Mason Jar "Gold Rush" Decorate 24 Duct tape, any article a quart size Mason Jar with the theme of 25 12 YEARS AND UNDER the 2022 WLHF. The jar must have a lid. Decorated Bird House - the birdhouse may Contents optional. be either handmade or a kit, wood or mixed BERNARDIN SNAP LID/MASON JAR CREATIVE CRAFT media. No larger than 8" x 8" x 10" tall. 51 Decorative or functional homemade craft Exhibitor may use embellishments ie: made using Bernardin mason jar(s) and buttons, bows, ribbons, bells, paint, etc or 2 piece Snap lid(s) RECYCLED ARTICLES: 26 Article made of recycled metal 27 Article made of recycled wood/pallet 28 Article made of recycled fabrics 29 Article made of recycled plastics 30 Article made of recycled paper


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CATTLE SORTING

Trail Riders Outdoor Arena

Saturday, September 10 10:00 am

To register contact LeeAnn at 250-398-8158

JACKPOT GYMKHANA Registration: 10:00 am • Start Time: 11:00am Age as of January 1, 2022 PRIZE MONEY: All entry fees plus $500. Ribbons to 6th place. RULES: 1. Riders must wear heeled footwear. 2. Helmet required, youth age 11 and under, must fit properly. 3. Entry fees to be paid in cash, before riding. No refunds.

Age Groups

6 years and under 7 - 11 years 12 - 16 years 17 - 39 years 40 years and over

Sunday, September 11, 2022 Registration fees: $25 (cash only) for all 5 events . Waiver required for all entrants at registration.

Must pay gate fee upon arrival at grounds.

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SECTION O CHILDREN Convenor: Leslea Destree 250-398-7726 250-305-9865 Entry Fee: $0.50 per entry - max 3 entries per class Prize Money: 1st-$2.00, 2nd-$1.50, 3rd-$1.00 HIGH POINT: Rosette and $25 Gift Certificate in each Division sponsored by The Open Book $25 Gift Certificate in each Division sponsored by The Realm of Toys $65 Gift Basket in each division sponsored by Pioneer Log Homes RULES: Exhibitors may enter any class over their age group but not under. PRE-JUNIOR DIVISION: 5 YEARS AND UNDER PLEASE STATE AGE ON ENTRY FORM 1 Collage - cutting and pasting JUNIOR DIVISION (cont) 2 Mud Pie - must be in an aluminum pie plate, 37 Canning - Salsa decorate with natural materials only 38 Canning - Beans 3 Drawing 39 Collage - cutting and pasting 4 Drawing, colored, My Favorite Farm Animal 40 Collection - suitably displayed, maximum 5 Lego - create an original design size 2' x 2' 6 Painting - people or animals 41 Drawing - Black and white, pencil, charcoal, etc. 7 Painting - finger, splatter, wet paper, etc 42 Drawing - coloured, any medium 8 Pet Rock - decorated etc. 43 Drawing - self portrait, any medium 9 Playdough - any item 44 Poem & Illustration-original piece 10 Vegetable person 45 Fairy Garden - container must be smaller 11 Flower arrangement with a "Gold Rush" theme than 24" 12 Pumpkin Person with a "Gold Rush" Theme 46 Flowers - sunflowers, 2 stems 13 Any item, not listed above 47 Flowers - snapdragons, 2 stems JUNIOR DIVISION, 8 YEARS AND UNDER 48 Flowers - petunias, 2 stems PLEASE STATE AGE ON ENTRY FORM 49 Flowers - pansies, 2 stems 14 Art & Crafts - wooden birdhouse or bird feeder 50 Flowers -bouquet of mixed garden 15 Art & Crafts - jewellery, bracelet, necklace, flowers, 8-12 stems or earrings 51 Flowers - a collection of wild flowers 16 Art & Crafts - wreath 52 Flowers - an arrangement with a 17 Art & Crafts - decorative Mason jar "Gold Rush" theme 18 Art & Crafts - dream catcher, original 53 Lego creation - original design 19 Art & Crafts - item created from popsicle 54 Painting - finger, splatter, wet paper, etc sticks, tooth picks or clothes pegs 55 Painting - any medium 20 Art & Crafts - pottery any article 56 Paining - paint pouring 21 Art & Crafts - Christmas tree decoration, 57 Printmaking - potatoe, leaf, etc original design 58 Photography - bugs 22 Art & Crafts - rainbow loom 59 Photography - your pet 23 Art & Crafts - any item not listed above 60 Photography - flowers 24 Baking - cake, decorated, 8"x8", 61 Photography - summer holidays "Gold Rush" theme 62 Photography - a selfie 25 Baking - cupcakes, decorated (3), 63 Scarecrow - decorated in a "Gold Rush" theme "Gold Rush" theme 64 Sewing - puppet or doll 26 Baking - cookies, chocolate chip (6) 65 Sewing - bag ie: lunch, shopping, etc 27 Baking - cookies, peanut butter (6) 66 Sewing - kitchen article-potholder, apron, etc 28 Baking - cookies, no bake (6) 67 Vegetable - carrots (3) 29 Baking - loaf, banana 68 Vegetable - peas (3) 30 Baking - loaf, Carrot 69 Vegetable - potato (2) 31 Baking - muffins (3) 70 Vegetable - cherry tomato (3) 32 Baking - pie, any kind 71 Vegetable - ugliest 33 Baking - brownies, 8"x8" 72 Vegetable - person decorated in a "Gold 34 Baking - Rice krispies sculpture Rush" theme 35 Canning - Fruit jam or jelly 73 Vegetable - potato buddy 36 Canning - Peaches 74 Any item, not listed above


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INTERMEDIATE DIVISION: 12 YEARS AND UNDER 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125

Art & Crafts - wooden birdhouse or bird feeder Art & Crafts - jewelry ie: bracelet, etc Art & Crafts - wreath Art & Crafts - wreath Art & Crafts - decorative Mason jar Art & Crafts - dream catcher, original Arts & Crafts - beadwork, any article Arts & Crafts - Pottery Arts & Crafts - pattern or kit Arts & Crafts - original Arts & Crafts - any item not listed Baking - biscuits (3) Baking - cake, decorated, 8"x8", "Gold Rush" theme Baking - cupcakes, decorated (3), "Gold Rush" theme Baking - cookies, chocolate chip (6) Baking - cookies, peanut butter (6) Baking - cookies, no bake (6) Baking - loaf, banana Baking - loaf, carrot Baking - muffins (3) Baking - pie, any kind Baking - brownies, 8"x8" Baking - rice krispies sculpture

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Sewing - kitchen article ie: potholder, apron, etc

Scarecrow- decorated in a "Gold Rush" theme Vegetable - carrots (3) Vegetable - peas (3) Vegetable - potato (2) Vegetable - cherry tomato (3) Vegetable - ugliest Vegetable - person Vegetable - potato buddy Any item- not listed above

Collection - suitably displayed, maximum size 2'x2'

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SECTION P - HOMEMADE WINE and BEER

Convenor: Chad Fofonoff Entry Fee: $0.50 per entry (entries unlimited) Phone: 250-305-8367 Prize Money: 1st-$2.50, 2nd-$2.00, 3rd-$1.50 SPECIAL PRIZES: Best Beer in Show - Rosette and 6 etched beer glasses from Crofts Brewing Best Wine in Show - Rosette and $50 Gift Certificate from Wine off the Vine HIGH POINT: Rosette, Wine Glasses and a $75 Gift Basket donated by Woodland Jewellers RULES: A All entries must have been made by the process of fermentation. B Wine must be exhibited in round 750 ml to 1 liter glass bottles (clear or colored) with screw caps or corks. Liqueurs may be exhibited in 350 ml to 500 ml bottles, as above, screw caps or corks. Beer entries require 2 bottles (with same content) per entry. One for judging and one display. Screw type or crown cap for beer. C Exhibitor's house label must not be left on bottle. D The same wine, liqueur, beer, etc. may be entered only once in the competition. E Exhibitors may enter a maximum of three entries, (with different content) in each class. F Exhibitor must label computer tags to indicate what variety of fruit content is made from. G Division between sweet and dry is a specific gravity of 1.000 H Entries entered in wrong class will be disqualified. I In the absence of competition in any class, the judges will give only such prizes as they deem worthy. J Wines will be judged by International System considering: maximum 30 points a. Presentation up to 3 points c. Bouquet up to 4 points b. Colour/clarity up to 3 points d. Flavor, balance and quality up to 20 points GRAPE WINE: BERRY WINE: FRUIT WINE: CONCENTRATES: VEGETABLE WINE: BEER: 1 Red - dry 7 Red - dry 13 Red - dry 19 Red - dry 25 Red - dry 35 Lager 2 Red - sweet 8 Red - sweet 14 Red - sweet 20 Red - sweet 26 Red - sweet 36 Ale 3 Rose - dry 9 Rose - dry 15 Rose - dry 21 Rose - dry 27 Rose - dry 37 Stout 4 Rose - Sweet 10 Rose - Sweet 16 Rose - Sweet 22 Rose - Sweet 28 Rose - Sweet 38 Craft Beer 5 White - dry 11 White - dry 17 White - dry 23 White - dry 29 White - dry 6 White - sweet 12 White - sweet 18 White - sweet 24 White - sweet 30 White - sweet APPERTIF OR DESSERT WINE: 31 Fortified wines - any variety 32 Social and sparkling wines 33 Liqueurs - any variety 34 Any other wine


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SECTION Q - PHOTOGRAPHY Convenor: Hannah Thompson & Elizabeth Thompson Phone: 250-305-8403 Entry Fee: $0.50 per entry - max 3 entries per class Prize Money: 1st-$2.00, 2nd-$1.50, 3rd-$1.00 SPECIAL PRIZES: Prize Valued at $150 donated by Andre's Electronic Experts, for Adult High Point Prize valued at $150 donated by Andre's Electronic Experts, for Junior High Point HIGH POINT: Rosette for Adult, Rosette for Junior, Rosette for Best of Show RULES: A Competition is open to all amateur photographers. An amateur photographer is one who earns less than 25% of their income through photography. B All photographs must have been taken within the last 2 years and must not have been awarded any prize in any other contest. C Competitors may enter a maximum of 3 entries per class. D All photographs must be 5"x7", any other size will be disqualified E All entries must be matted or framed and ready to hang, or will be disqualified. F Competition is open to all forms of photography, conventional or digital. CLASSES: ADULT: 17 YEARS AND OVER YOUTH: 13-16 YEARS 17 Wild Animals, bugs or pets 1 Wild animals 18 People 2 Bugs 19 Children 3 Pets 4 People, family and friends 20 Flowers 5 Flowers 21 Altered photo 6 Travel and Holidays 22 Holidays and Travel 7 Antiques and Cariboo History 23 Landscapes 8 Black and White photo 24 Whiskers 9 Altered 25 Birds 10 Landscapes 26 Sunrise 11 Whiskers 27 Sunset 12 Birds 28 "Gold Rush" a photo illustrating 13 Sunrise the 2022 WL Harvest Fair theme 14 Sunset 15 Same scene, two seasons, two photos 16 "Gold Rush" a photo illustrating the 2022 WL Harvest Fair theme

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SECTION R - RABBITS and GUINEA PIGS Convenor: Amber Camille Phone: 250-305-0699 Entry Fee: $1.00 per entry (entries unlimited) Prize Money: 1st-$5.00, 2nd-$3.00, 3rd-$2.00 JUDGING TIMES: Closed to the public, Friday, September 9, 2022 at 6:00 pm SPECIAL COMPETITIONS: $25 Gift Card for best educational display using live purebred animals, minimum three animals. SPECIAL PRIZES: Rosette for Best in Show RULES: A. Unlimited number of entries. OPEN CLASSES: B. Exhibitor shall provide feed and water. RABBITSC. The committee reserves the right to reject/remove 1 Fancy Doe/Buck any animal showing evidence of poor health. 2 Commercial Doe/Buck D. Some cages available - first come, first served. 3 Doe and Litter E. Animals to be brought to Small Livestock 4 Child's Pet-age 13 or younger Building, next to Curling Rink, between 2:00 5 Fur common/meat and 6:00 pm Friday, September 9, 2022 6 Rabbit Educational Display F. All exhibits must remain until 4:00 pm GUINEA PIGSSunday, September 11, 2022 7 Boar or Sow G. State breed or mixed. 8 Child's Pet H. Exhibitor must supply large cage for educational 9 Exotic Pet - Chinchilla displays which must include description of the 10 Guinea Pig Educational Display breed and some history of the animals entered.


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SECTION S POULTRY Amber Camille

Convenor: Phone: 250-305-0699 Entry Fee: $1.50 per entry (entries unlimited) Prize Money: 1st-$5.00, 2nd-$3.00, 3rd-$2.00 SPECIAL PRIZES: Perpetual Trophy and Best of Show Rosette awarded in the Poultry Section. Rosettes to Best of Show in show Standard Poultry and Bantam Poultry High Point: SPECIAL COMPETITION: Special prize for best educational display using live purebred birds, minimum three birds. JUDGING: 6:00 pm Friday, September 9, 2022. Closed to Public RULES: A Cages supplied for chickens, ducks and guinea fowl. Exhibitors to bring cages for large breed birds such as geese, turkeys, pheasants and peacocks. B The committee reserves the right to reject and remove any bird suffering from disease or showing evidence of poor health, ie lice, etc. These animals will not be accepted into the show and/or disqualified. C No clipped wings on birds. D Exhibitors should provide feed/water in suitable containers and feed own birds. E Birds to be brought to Small Livestock building, next to Curling Rink, between 2:00 & 6:00 pm on Friday, September 9, 2022. The committee will be on hand to check in your birds. F Birds must be purebred unless otherwise stated. G Please indicate the breed/gender/age of bird you are entering. H All birds must remain until 4:00 pm Sunday, September 11, 2022 I Exhibitor must supply large cage for educational displays which must include description of the breed and some history of the bird you are entering. J The committee will make additional classes as warranted by exhibits. SPECIES: Standard Poultry, Bantam Poultry, Guinea Fowl, Partridges, Pheasants, Quail, Ducks, Geese, Turkeys and Peacocks. NUMBERING: Poultry Classes Cockerel Pullet Cock/Drake Hen Trio Chicken 101 102 103 104 Bantam 201 202 203 204 205 Duck 301 302 303 304 Geese 401 402 403 404 Turkey 501 502 503 504 Child's Pet 604 Hen and Chick 704 Peacocks 801 802 803 804 Pheasant 901 902 903 904 Guinea Fowl 111 112 113 114 Quail 211 212 213 214 Educational Display 221 -


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GENERAL ENTRY FORM - SECTIONS A-S

1 ENTRY DEADLINE: Completed entry forms, along with fees, must be in the hands of the Williams Lake Harvest Fair before the following times: Sections A-S, 8:00 pm Wednesday, Sept 7, 2022 at drop off points. Late entries will be accepted up to 5:00 pm Thursday, Sept 8, 2022 and must be brought to the Curling Rink and will be charged double the entry fee. 2 UNLIMITED ENTRIES per class will be accepted, unless otherwise stated. 3 Use a separate entry form for each exhibitor. 4 Please read the General Rules for Exhibitors and the rules at the top of each Section that you enter 5 ALL EXHIBITS, SECTIONS A-S, MUST BE BROUGHT TO THE EXHIBIT BUILDINGS, CURLING RINK, BETWEEN 1:00 PM AND 5:00 PM FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 2022 6 Enter 12 or more items in Sections A-S and receive a Free pass to the Fair. Pick up your pass on Friday Sept. 9th when dropping off entries at the Exhibit Building, Curling Club. One free pass per exhibitor. CATALOGUE DESCRIPTION OF ARTICLE OR BREED & VARIETY SECTION CLASS ENTRY FEE

TOTAL ENTRY FEES NAME CHILDRENS AGE EMAIL ADDRESS FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY: EXHIBITOR # INITIAL POSTAL CODE PHONE NO EXHIBITS MAY BE REMOVED UNTIL 4:00 PM, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 2022


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