Magnetawan Fall Fair Prize Book 2013 - 2016

Class 1 Grains, Seeds and Fruits

Note: 1. Please read descriptions carefully for each exhibit.

2. Please display all entries in suitably sized containers.

Prizes: Articles 1 to 8 $4.00 $3.00 $2.00

Articles 9 to 10 $5.00 $4.00 $3.00

Articles 11 to 21 $4.00 $3.00 $2.00

Grains:

  1. Peas, garden, dried, 1 pint
  2. Beans, garden, dried, 1 pint
  3. Tallest sunflower, with head, suitably displayed
  4. Sheaf of sunflowers, 3 stalks
  5. Largest  sunflower, head (total diameter)
  6. Tallest stalk of corn, suitably displayed
  7. Flake of hay, 3-4 inches, 50% or more legume, 1” cut
  8. Flake of hay, 3-4 inches, less than 50% legume, 1” cut

Seeds

Fruit: 

9.  Crabapples, 4

10. Chokecherries, 1 pint

11. Tomatoes, 5 ripe, stem on

12. Tomatoes, 5 green, stem on

13. Largest tomato, ripe, overall girth, stem on

14. Fruit, grower’s choice, not listed in Class 1

15. Tomatoes, sweet 100’s, red, 1 pint, stem on

16. Tomatoes, sweet 100’s, green, 1 pint, stem on

Most Points: Fincham Feeds Trophy

Second Most Points: $10.00

Class 2 Vegetables

Note: 1. Quality as well as size to be considered in awarding prize.

2. All Flowering kale, broccoli and herbs must be suitably displayed in water.

3. Please display all entries in suitable sized containers.

Prizes: Articles 1 to 4 $6.00 $4.00 $3.00

Articles 5 to 46 $4.00 $3.00 $2.00

Articles 47 $40.00 $30.00 $20.00 $10.00

Articles 48 $10.00 $6.00 $4.00

Root:

  1. Odd shaped potato
  2. Heaviest potato
  3. Most unusually shaped or sized root vegetable (excluding potato)
  4. Collection of potatoes, one of each variety, name of variety, suitable displayed in trays provided
  5. Potatoes, white, 6, name of variety, must be displayed in frames
  6. Potatoes, red, 6, name of variety, must be displayed in frames
  7. Potatoes, yellow flesh, 6 name of variety, must be displayed in frames
  8. Potatoes, blue 6, name of variety, must be displayed in frames
  9. Turnips, field, 2
  10. Turnips, table, 2
  11. Carrots, short, under 3” in length, 3
  12. Carrots, medium, not over 6 ½ “ in length, 3
  13. Onions, from bulbs, 5
  14. Onions red, not skinned, 5
  15. Onions, Spanish, not skinned, 5
  16. Beets, red, 2 – 2 ½” in diameter, 3
  17. Beets, red, tubular, 3

18. Beets, any other colour, 3

Non-Root:

19. Scarlet runner beans, 6

20. Celery, 1 head

21. Cabbage, green, 1 head

22. Cabbage, red, 1 head

23. Kohl Rabi, 2 (maximum 2 ½” in diameter)

24. Cauliflower, 1

25. Pumpkin, pie, 1

26. Pumpkin, Connecticut field, 1

27. Pumpkin, any other variety, name of variety, 1

28 Squash, acorn, 1

29. Squash, Hubbard, green or golden, 1

30. Squash, butternut, 1

31. Zucchini squash, 2 (maximum length 10”)

32. Corn, sweet, husked, 3 ears

33. Cucumbers, slicing, over 6”, 3 

34. Cucumbers, pickling, 2-6”, 6

35. Longest cucumber, 1

36. Green pepper, 2

37. Pepper, any other colour, 1

38. Broccoli, 1 head

39. Flowering kale, 1 head

40. Garlic, 2 bulbs

41. Parsnips, 3

42. Garden herbs, 2 varieties, name of varieties, grown in planter 9” or less, must be grown by exhibitor

43. Largest zucchini squash

44. Largest squash, another variety

45. Largest pumpkin Connecticut field

46. Yellow beans, 6

47. Commercial Feature: Display of Vegetables

– To illustrate that garden crops form an essential part of our economy

– That the crop has an economic possibility in the area

– That high quality vegetables are easily produced. A card mist accompany each entry with information on the production of vegetable and each vegetable must have a name card attached. One vegetable of each variety. A 3’x3’ tray will be provided by the Society.

49. Collection of Vine Vegetables

One variety of each vegetable suitably displayed in miniature wheelbarrow provided by the Society.

Most Points: Barkey Grain & Feed Ltd. Trophy

Second Most Points: $10.00

Most Points In Potatoes: Bill Woodruff Sr. Memorial Trophy

Second Most Points in Potatoes: $10.00


Class 3 Flowers

Note: 1. All plants must be in bloom unless otherwise specified.

2. Flowers to be judged not containers, unless otherwise specified.

3. All flowers to be judged in “natural” light when colour is specified.

4. All regular classes require domestic flowers, not weeds.

Prizes: Articles 1 to 35 $3.00 $2.00 $1.00

Articles 36 to 39 $4.00 $3.00 $2.00

Cut Flowers:

  1. Rose, 1 bloom
  2. Gladioli, any colour, 3 spikes
  3. Lily, 1 stem
  4. Nasturtium, 5 stems and leaves
  5. Sweet peas, annual, 5 stems
  6. Snapdragons, 3 stems
  7. Aster, mixed, 3 stems
  8. Dahlia, any size, 2 stems
  9. Marigold, 2” and under, 3 stems
  10. Marigold, 2” and over, 3 stems
  11. Zinnia, over 2”, 1 stem
  12. Zinnia, under 2”, 3 stems
  13. Petunia, single, 3 stems
  14. Petunia, double, 3 stems
  15. Straw Flowers, 3 stems
  16. Cosmos, 3 stems
  17. Pansies, foliage any colour, 3 stems
  18. Mums, 3 stems
  19. Hydrangea, any colour, 1 stem
  20. Chinese lanterns, 3 stems
  21. Daisy, rudbeckia (gloriosa), 3 blooms
  22. Any other annual, name of variety, 3 stems
  23. Any other perennial, name of variety, 3 stems

Potted Plants: One Plant Per Pot

24. Begonia, tuberous, rose form, 1 bulb only

25. Begonia, fibrous, 1 plant only

26. African violet, 1 plant only

27. Ivy, any variety

28. Geranium, ivy, 1 plant only

29. Geranium, standard, 1 plant only

30. New Guinea impatiens, 1 plant only

31. Coleus, 1 plant

32. Pot of new wave petunias, 1 plant

33. Cactus/succulent, any variety, 1 plant

34. Fuchsia, in bloom any colour, 1 plant

35. House plant in bloom, name of variety, not shown above, 1 plant

Arrangements:

36Thanksgiving – create a unique round (view from all sides arrangement incorporating a small pumpkin, garden flowers, flowering weed & greener. Artificial materials may be used to accent the display. Flowers and greenery must be fresh. 12”x12”

37. Dried flower arrangement in a nutshell

38. “Some People Put Flowers in the Darndest…” fresh cut flowers

39. Three (3) colour arrangement not to exceed 12” in any direction

Most Points: Mary F. Sherley Trophy

Second Most Points: $10.00


Class 4 Woodworking

Note: 1. No kits are to be used unless otherwise specified.

Prizes: Articles 1 to 9 $5.00 $4.00 $3.00

  1. Trivet, homemade
  2. Article made from driftwood
  3. Birdhouse
  4. Outdoor lawn ornament
  5. Hand carved bird
  6. Caricature
  7. Cane or walking stave, carved or decorated
  8. Article made from recycled wood
  9. Specimen of woodworking, any other kind

Most Points: Norm Morris Memorial Trophy

Second Most Points: $10.00


Class 5 Photography

Note: 1. All photographs must be taken by exhibitor, suitably displayed on black media with a minimum 1” border, no frames. Photographs ONLY to be judged. One corner must be left unattached for judging.

2. For this class all entries must be shown 1 year only. Any photo shown more than once (a year) will be disqualified.

3. Picture must have been taken since last year’s Fair by exhibitor.

4. Black and white or colour photographs are acceptable unless specified.

5. No scanned photos or digital photos are to be altered.

6. Section 10 to 12 photos must be taken in the Magnetawan area.

Prizes: Articles 1 to 12 $4.00 $3.00 $2.00

  1. Picture of a farming activity, 1 photo
  2. Skyscape, 1 photo
  3. Close up of wild bird/birds, non-domestic, 1 photo
  4. Humorous photo with caption, 1 photo
  5. Waterfall, 1 photo
  6. Wild kingdom, Canadian wildlife, 1 photo
  7. Butterfly, 1 photo
  8. Hunting or fishing, 1 photo
  9. Flowers, 1 photo

Remember Section 10 to 12 photos must be taken in the Magnetawan area.

10. Forgotten farm corners, old machinery, weathered building, etc, 1 photo

11. Magnetawan Fall Fair, from previous year, 3 photos

12. We’re Magnetawan, community event, 1 photo

Most Points: Cavalcade Trophy

Second Most Points: $10.00


Class 6 Down Memory Lane

Note: 1. Articles to be at least FIFTY years old.

2. Each object should have a short paragraph describing its use and history or meaning in your family. NOT USING FAMILY NAMES.

Prizes: Articles 1 to 11 $5.00 $3.00 $2.00

The following prizes to be shown in 2013 and 2014 ONLY

  1. Small article of clothing
  2. Eyeglasses
  3. Old camera
  4. 1 pair of shoes
  5. Monogrammed handkerchief
  6. Article of embroidery

The following prizes to be shown in 2015 and 2016 ONLY

  1. Small purse
  2. Pipe
  3. Tintype
  4. Cobblers tool
  5. Tie
  6. Article of crochet or tatting

Most Points: Croft Recreational association Trophy

Second Most Points: $10.00


Class 7 Dairy Products

Prizes: Articles 1 to 6 $4.00 $3.00 $2.00

  1. Plain yogurt, ½ pound
  2. Cottage cheese, 1 pound tub
  3. Butter, ¼ pound
  4. Lard, 1 pound tub
  5. Eggs, 1 dozen
  6. Smallest egg

Most Points: Trophy

Second Most Points: $10.00


Class 8 Maple Products

Prizes: Articles 1 to 3 $4.00 $3.00 $2.00

  1. Maple syrup, 1 quart
  2. Maple fudge made with maple syrup, 5 pieces
  3. Maple pie

Most Points: Trophy

Second Most Points: $10.00

Display of Maple Syrup Products

A display of maple syrup production in the Magnetawan area.

Prize: $25.00 and Robert Rosskopf Memorial Trophy


Class 9 Domestic Science

Note: Please read the following rules carefully!

1. All baking must be on a stable base covered adequately with plastic wrap, preferably a Ziploc bag. Attach entry tag on the outside of the bag using tape. No pins.

2. It is not necessary to ice cakes. The cake, not the icing, will be judged unless otherwise specified.

3. Cakes, loaves and bread must be whole, not cut.

4. No cakes or buns to be shown in pans.

5. Cakes should be baked in 8x8” or 9x9” pans unless specified.

6. No mixes unless specified.

7. For pies – all pastry and filling to be homemade.

8. No butter glaze on breads or buns.

9. Muffins must not be in paper cups.

10. Fruit breads can have a crack down the loaf.

11. Unless specified, bread should be baked in a loaf pan of the appropriate size.

Prizes: Articles 1 to 18 $6.00 $4.00 $3.00

Articles 19 to 24 $4.00 $3.00 $2.00

Articles 25 to 31 $6.00 $4.00 $3.00

Articles 32 to 33 $4.00 $3.00 $2.00

Yeast Products

  1. Bread, white, traditional, round, NO BREAD MACHINE, 1 loaf
  2. Bread, homemade, 60% whole wheat, 9x5x3” pan, 1 loaf, OAAS
  3. Bread, brown, homemade in bread machine, any size, 1 loaf
  4. Bread, white, traditional, NO MACHINE BREAD, 9x5x3” pan, Lin Stewart Trophy
  5. Cheese bread, 1 loaf
  6. Buns, hot cross, joined, 6
  7. Buns, herb, joined, 6
  8. Rolls, crescent, 6

Quick Bread, Biscuits, Muffins

9. Banana loaf, no nuts

10. Lemon loaf

11. Pumpkin loaf with nuts

12. Herb tea biscuits, 3

13. Muffins, bran with raisins, no mixes, 3

14. Muffins, carrot, no mixes, 3

Cakes:

15. Chocolate cake

16. Chiffon cake, iced

17. Fruit cake, un-iced, not cut

18. Bundt cake

Cookies ans Squares:

19. Cookies, hermits, 3

20. Cookies, ice box, 3

21. Cookies, butterscotch, 3

22. Butter tart squares, 3

23. Rice Krispy squares, be creative, 3

24. Squares, unbaked, 1 variety, 3

Pies and Tarts:

25. Apple crumb pie

26. Apple-cranberry pie

27. Strawberry rhubarb pie

28. Blueberry pie

29. Rhubarb pie

30. Pecan tarts, 3

31. Maple syrup tarts with nuts, 3

Candy:

32. Chocolate fudge, 5 pieces

33. Candy apple, 3

Most Points: Ernie Eves, MPP Trophy

Second Most Points: $10.00

Best Traditional Loaf of White Bread: Lin Stewart Memorial Trophy


Class 10 Canned & Preserved

Note: 1. All preserves, jams, jellies and pickles must be properly sealed. All jars must be Mason type.

2. All jams and jellies must be 250ml or ½ pint home preserving jars with no paraffin.

3. All preserves must be in 500ml or 1 pint home preserving jars unless otherwise specified.

4. Entry tags must be affixed with white kitchen string or elastics.

Prizes: Articles 1 to 21 $4.00 $3.00 $2.00

Jams & Jellies

  1. Strawberry-rhubarb jam, tame
  2. Peach marmalade
  3. Peach freezer jam
  4. Raspberry jelly
  5. Cherry jam
  6. Mixed fruit jam, name of fruits, cooked
  7. High bush cranberry jelly

Gourmet (Savory) Jellies

8. Herb jelly, 1 or more herbs, name of herbs

9. Wine jelly

10. Savory jelly of your choice, named

Preserves & Pickles

11. Cherries, canned

12. Strawberry-rhubarb, canned

13. Cranberry sauce, canned

14. Raspberries, canned

15. Corn relish

16. Chutney

17. Beets, pickled, with spice

18. Pickled eggs, 1 quart

19. Spaghetti sauce, meatless, 1 pint

20. Salsa, specify mild, medium or hot

21. Relish of your choice, named, not already mentioned above.

Most Points: Ella King Memorial Trophy

Second Most Points: $10.00


Class 11 Home Craft

Note: 1. All articles must be done by hand unless otherwise stated.

2. Quilts measure a minimum perimeter of 324 inches to be considered for the District competition and made using quilt bat.

3. All quilts and quilted articles will be judged by the rules of Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies.

4. The best Hand Quilted quilt will be chosen from the quilts entered at the fair. This quilt has the option of be judged at the District level and, if successful, will go on to be judged at the District level.

5. All entries will be new, unworn and unsoiled.

6. All embroidery to be done using thread, not liquid unless otherwise specified.

7. No straight pin, safety pins only!

8. Mitts and socks must be attached together with a sample of yarn used.

Prizes: Articles 1 to 13 $8.00 $6.00 $5.00

Articles 14 to 28 $7.00 $6.00 $5.00

Articles 29 to 56 $4.00 $3.00 $2.00

Hand Quilted Only:

  1. Pieced pattern named, 324” perimeter minimum, hand quilted
  2. Hand appliqué, pattern named, 324” or larger finished size, hand quilted
  3. Pieced and appliqué, pattern named, single bed size or larger finished size, hand quilted
  4. Quilt, tied, twin size
  5. Crib quilt, pieced
  6. Wall hanging, traditional, ready to hang
  7. Small quilted item, 2 place-mats
  8. Quilted squares, 2 different, mounted on card stock
  9. Twin, size quilt

Machine Quilted Only:

10. Patchwork, pieced, 192” perimeter minimum

11. Crib quilt

12. Any small quilted item not listed

Knitting: Articles to be knit only, no crocheting allowed, a sample of yarn to accompany each entry.

13. Afghan, knitted (approx. 45x60” or larger)

14. Lap afghan, not over 36x45”

15. Hat

16. Adult sweater, pullover, long sleeves, heavy yarn

17. Child’s pattern sweater, pull over

18. Adult sweater, cardigan, short sleeves, other than fine yarn

19. Slippers, 1 pairs

20. Mitts, adult, 1 pair

21. Adult heavy work socks, 1 pair

22. Sweater and bonnet set, up to 2 years

23. Child’s mitts, fancy, 1 pair

24. Socks, children’s, 1 pair

25. Child’s pullover, heavy yarn

26. Child’s cardigan, fine yarn

27. Doll’s knitted outfit, 2 or more pieces

Crocheting: Articles to be crocheted only, no knitting allowed, a sample of the yarn used to accompany each entry.

28. Afghan (approx 45x60” or larger)

29. Booties and bonnet set

30. Slippers, 1 pair

31. Scatter rug, 40”

32. Doily, 12” or larger

33. A pillow case with crochet edging

34. Dish cloths, 1 pair

35. Decorative pot holders, pair

36. Crochet baby blanket

37. Guest towel, crocheted trim

38. Any other crocheted article not mentioned

Sewing:

39. Girl’s outfit, 2 or more pieces

40. Child’s article of clothing

41. Pajamas, any size

42. Apron

43. Lounge pants

44. Bath slippers, terry cloth

45. Skirt

46. Grocery bag holder47. Fabric cushion

Please note for the following categories all framed needlework must be dated.

Cross-stitch:

47. Cross-stitch, counted, may include beading or prepainted design, framed

48. Article of counted cross-stitch not listed above

Needlepoint:

51. Article of needlepoint

Miscellaneous:

52. Pillowcase, embroidered, 1

53. Guest towel, embroidered

54. Tea towel, embroidered

55. Crewel picture, any size, framed

56.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.

Most Points: Marjorie Fraser Memorial Trophy

Second Most Points: $10.00

Grand Champion Quilt: $15.00 and Trolove Trophy

Reserve Grand Champion Quilt: $10.00

Knitting: Frank and Eleanor Hogg Trophy


Class 12 Arts & Crafts

Prizes: $4.00 $3.00 $2.00

Crafts:

  1. Article of folk art painting, decorative
  2. Seasonal table novelty, named
  3. Hair accessory, any media
  4. A corsage, silk, suitable for Mother’s Day
  5. Stuffed toy, suitable for child
  6. Hook rug, finished, not larger than 36”
  7. Elf, any medium
  8. Wreath, decorated for fall
  9. Dream catcher
  10. Handicraft from felt
  11. Floor mat, any kind
  12. Decorated sweatshirt
  13. Ceramics or pottery up to 12”, 1 piece
  14. Jewelery, any material, one piece
  15. Something useful from something useless

Fine Arts, Oil and Acrylic:

16. Painting in oil or acrylic, framed

Watercolour:

17. Painting in watercolour, framed

Drawing: Pencil, ink, pastel, charcoal, marker, conte

18. Drawing with the above listed medium, framed

Seasonal Corner:

19. Angel, any media

20. Tree topper

21. Thanksgiving day wreath

22. Door decoration, not a wreath, ready to hang

23. 4 homemade articles for a bazaar, valued at less than $5.00 each

24. Tree ornaments, not crocheted, knit or sewn

25. Wreath, using material other than pinecones

26. Santa, any media

27. Handmade Christmas card, not made on a computer.

Most Points: Karen Hutchinson and Linda Stewart Trophy

Second Most Points: $10.00


Class 13 Seniors 60+

Note: 1. Open to men and women age 60 and over.

2. Baking entries must be on Styrofoam plate and in a clear plastic re-sealable bag.

Prize: $4.00 $3.00 $2.00

  1. Painting, your choice, any medium
  2. Kitchen apron, half
  3. Article made from recycled material
  4. Original poem
  5. 1 pint of your favourite pickle, named
  6. ½ pint of your favourite jelly, named
  7. Slippers, 1 pair
  8. Silk corsage, suitable for Christmas
  9. Chelsea buns
  10. Raisin biscuits, 3
  11. Colour photo of family, 4 generations or more, mounted on black and dated
  12. Article representing your favourite hobby

Most Points: Trophy

Second Most Points: $10.00


Class 14 Juniors

Note: 1. All elementary school students must enter in the Junior Fair under their own membership. The grade of the students must be as of June 1st prior to the Fair.

2. Grade of student shall be as of June 1st of the school year. Please be sure to show in your own grade.

3. Preschool children may enter under the preschool section only.

4. Any baking entries must be on a Styrofoam plate and in a clear plastic bag.

5. ARTWORK SHOULD BE NO LARGER THAT 9X12” UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED.

Prizes: $3.00 $2.00 $1.00

14-1 Ages 4 and Under

  1. Sticker collection mounted on paper
  2. Picture made from foam pieces
  3. Cut out of my favourite snack on a plate
  4. Print your first name in 1” capital letters
  5. Decorate a frame for a 4x6” picture

14-2 Ages 5 and 6

  1. Tissue paper flowers in a vase
  1. 3 Christmas tree decorations, any media
  2. “I love Mum or Dad” card, hand made
  3. Plant a bean
  4. Finger painting of Ahmic Lake or Lake Cecebe, 9x12”

14-3 Ages 7 and 8

1. No bake cookies, 6

2. A bookmark, your own design

3. Fridge magnet using any media, e.g. felt

4. Homemade money bank

5. Freezer jam, named, 250ml


14-3 Ages 9 and 10

1. Friendship bracelet, any medium

2. A freehand cartoon character

3. Draw an environmental poster promoting the 3R’s (reduce, reuse, recycle)

4. Painting, oil or acrylic, maximum 12x14”

5. Jelly, cooked, named, 250ml


14-5 Ages 11 and 12

1. Design a cover for the Special Prize Book for the Fall Fair. Not computer generated and must have next year’s Fair dates.

2. Your choice, a sample of your handiwork, e.g. woodworking, knitting, sewing, pottery, etc.

3. Favourite pickle, named, 500ml

4. Zucchini bread, 1 loaf

5. Humorous photo with caption


14-6 Ages 13 to 19
1. Your favourite photo, 4x6” mounted
2. Oatmeal raisin cookies, on Styrofoam plate in Ziploc bag, 3
3. Self portrait, taken by the exhibitor, 1 photo
4. Flower arrangement with weeds, not to exceed 10” in any direction
5. A fruit pie, no canned filling, all homemade

George Nicholls Memorial Trophy

OPEN TO TEENS AGE 13 TO 19

MUST HAVE ALL FOUR

1. Dahlia, 3 stems; French marigold, 2 stems; Asters, 3 stems; Rose, 1 stem

Most Points: George Nicholls Memorial Trophy

Second Most Points: $5.00


Class 15 Junior Vegetables

Note: This Class is open to Juniors from Junior Kindergarten to Grade 12.

Prizes: Articles 1 to 10 $2.50 $2.00 $1.50

  1. Potatoes, largest
  2. Longest carrot
  3. Tomatoes, green, stems on, 5
  4. Pumpkin, largest
  5. Tomatoes, red, stems on, 3
  6. Cucumbers, pickling, 2
  7. Onions, 3
  8. Beets, 2-2 ½” diameter, 5
  9. Collection of misfit vegetables, minimum 5
  10. Beans, yellow or green, 6

Most Points: Karen Hutchinson Trophy

Second Most Points: $5.00

Most Points: Lorne Maeck Trophy

Second Most Points: $5.00

Class 16 Junior Cattle

Notes: Calves to be shown by a child 17 years of age and under.

Prize: 1st $5.00 2nd $3.00 3rd $2.00

Beef:

  1. Best calf
  2. Best in showmanship

Dairy:

  1. Best calf
  2. Best in showmanship

Most Points: Trophy, 1 for Beef and 1 for Dairy

Second Most Points: $5.00 for each section, 1 for Beef and 1 for Dairy

Class 17 Cattle Displays

The purpose of these displays is to provide an educational exhibit for the public attending the Fall Fair. Remuneration of $150 per display will be paid to each exhibitor and $75 for trucking.

Rules:

Each exhibitor must display animals in a cean condition and halter broken. A display board to be used for pertinent information as to breed, qualiaties, etc to accompany each display. The information should include birthing weight, mature weights (approximate), calving ease and predominant colours. Milking information to be included with the dairy cattle exhibit. An attendant must be with the display from 12:00 pm (noon) to 3:00 pm on the day of the fair to be available to answer any questions the public may have.

Beef Cattle:

  1. Exhibit to consist of minimum of three animals of any one breed, two of which must be mature.
  2. Exhibit to consist of a minimum of three cross bred animals, two of which must be mature. (Cross breed are two or more breeds in one animal.)

Dairy Cattle:

  1. Exhibit to consist of a minimum of three animals of any one breed, two of which must be mature.
  2. Exhibit to consist of a minimum of three animals of any one breed, two of which must be mature.

(Cross breed are two or more breeds in one animal.) Different breeds to be stated in the information.

Class 18 Junior Goats

Notes: Goats to be shown by a child 17 years of age and under

Prize: 1st $5.00 2nd $3.00 3rd $2.00

  1. Best kid
  2. Best in showmanship

Most Points: Trophy

Second Most Points: $5.00

Class 19 Goat Display

The purpose of these displays is to provide an educational exhibit for the public attending the Fall Fair. Remuneration of $100 per display will be paid to each exhibitor.

Rules:

Each exhibitor must display animals in a clean condition, manageable and penned on the grounds. A display board to be used for pertinent information as to breed (as much as possible), origin of breed, qualities, kidding information, milking qualities, etc to accompany each display. An attendant must be with the display from 12:00 pm (noon) to 3:00 pm on the day of the Fair to be available to answer any questions the public may have.

  1. Exhibit to consist of a minimum of four animals of any one breed, two of which must be mature.
  2. Exhibit to consist of four cross bred animals, two of which must be mature. (Cross breed are two or more breeds in one animal.) Different breeds to be stated in the information.

Class 20 Junior Sheep

Notes: Lambs to be shown by a child 17 years of age and under

Prize: 1st $5.00 2nd $3.00 3rd $2.00

  1. Best lamb
  2. Best in showmanship

Most Points: Trophy

Second Most Points: $5.00

Class 21 Sheep Displays

The purpose of these displays is to provide an educational exhibit for the public attending the Fall Fair. Remuneration of $100 per display will be paid to each exhibitor.

Rules:

Each exhibitor must display animals in a clean condition, manageable and penned on the grounds. A display board to be used for pertinent information as to breed (as much as possible), origin of breed, qualities, lambing information, wool qualities, etc to accompany each display. An attendant must be with the display from 12:00 pm (noon) to 3:00 pm on the day of the Fair to be available to answer any questions the public may have.

  1. Exhibit to consist of a minimum of four animals of any one breed, two of which must be mature.
  2. Exhibit to consist of four cross bred animals, two of which must be mature. (Cross breed are two of more breeds in one animal.) Different breeds to be stated in the information.

Class 22 Junior Swine

Notes: Swine to be shown by a child 17 years of age and under.

Prize: 1st $5.00 2nd $3.00 3rd $2.00

  1. Best gilt
  2. Best in showmanship

Most Points: Trophy

Second Most Points: $5.00

Class 23 Swine Display

The purpose of these displays is to provide an educational exhibit for the public attending the Fall Fair. Remuneration of $100 per display will be paid to each exhibitor.

Rules:

Each exhibitor must display animals in a clean condition, manageable and penned on the grounds. A display board to be used for pertinent information as to breed (as much as possible), origin of breed qualities, farrowing information, etc to accompany each display. An attendant must be with the display from 12:00 pm (noon), to 3:00 pm on the day of the Fair to be available to answer any questions the public may have.

  1. Exhibit to consist of a minimum of four animals of any one breed, two of which must be mature.
  2. Exhibit to consist of four cross bred animals two of which must be mature. (Cross breed are two or more breeds in one animal.) Different breeds to be stated in the information.

Class 24 Junior Poultry

Notes: Poultry to be shown by a child 17 years of age and under.

Prize: 1st $3.00 2nd $2.00 3rd $1.00

Standard:

  1. Cock, any variety
  2. Cockerel, any variety
  3. Hen, any variety
  4. Pullet, any variety

Bantam

  1. Cock, any variety
  2. Cockerel, any variety
  3. Hen, any variety
  4. Pullet, any variety

Most Points: Plaque

Second Most Points: $5.00

Class 25 Poultry Displays

The purpose of these displays is to provide an educational exhibit for the public attending the Fall Fair. Remuneration of $100 per display will be paid to each exhibitor.

Rules:

Each exhibitor must display animals in a clean condition, manageable and penned on the grounds. A display board to be used for pertinent information as to breed (as much as possible), origin of breed qualities, etc to accompany each display. An attendant must be with the display from 12:00 pm (noon) to 3:00 pm on the day of the Fair to be available to answer any question the public may have.

  1. Exhibit to consist of at least two (2) of each breed, Standards, Bantams, Peasants, Peacocks, Geese, Ducks, Turkeys and Pigeons.

Class 26 Junior Rabbits

Prize: 1st $3.00 2nd $2.00 3rd $1.00

  1. Best rabbit shown by a child 17 years of age and under.

Most Points: Trophy

Second Most Points: $5.00

Class 27 Rabbits

Prize: 1st $3.00 2nd $2.00 3rd $1.00

  1. Dwarf, any variety, male
  2. Dwarf, any variety, female
  3. Standard, any variety, male
  4. Standard, any variety, female

Most Points: Plaque

Second Most Points: $5.00

Class 25 Poultry Displays

The purpose of these displays is to provide an educational exhibit for the public attending the Fall Fair. Remuneration of $100 per display will be paid to each exhibitor.

Rules:

Each exhibitor must display animals in a clean condition, manageable and penned on the grounds. A display board to be used for pertinent information as to breed (as much as possible), origin of breed, qualities, etc to accompany each display. An attendant must be with the display from 12:00 pm (noon) to 3:00 pm on the day of the Fair to be available to answer any questions the public may have.

  1. Exhibit to consist of at least two (2) of each breed, Standards, Bantams, Pheasants, Peacocks, Geese, Ducks, turkeys and Pigeons.

Class 26 Junior Rabbits

Prize: 1st $3.00 2nd $2.00 3rd $1.00

  1. Best Rabbit shown by a child 17 years of age and under.

Most Points: Trophy

Second Most Points: $5.00

Class 27 Rabbits

Prize: 1st $3.00 2nd $2.00 3rd $1.00

  1. Dwarf, any variety, male
  2. Dwarf, any variety, female
  3. Standard, any variety, male
  4. Standard, any variety, female

Most Points: Plaque

Second Most Points: $10.00

Class 28 Horse Display and Demonstrations

Light horses and draught horses will be displayed on the fair grounds on fair day to a clean and healthy condition. An attendant must be with the animals at all times and be available to answer any questions the public may have.

Light horses:

– There will be one Senior, one Intermediate and one Junior Rider.

– There will be remuneration of $50.00 for the display of each class plus an additional $25.00 if the horse is put in the parade.

Draught Horses

  • Draught horses and draught pony teams in harness will receive remuneration of $75.00 plus an additional $25.00 if the team takes part in the parade.
  • There will be one Heavy Draught team, one Light Draught team and one team of Draught ponies.