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Jr Fair Prize List

Jr. Fair Prize List competition at Elmvale Fall Fair

JUNIOR SCHOOL FAIR OCTOBER 7 & 8, 2022

 

ALL EXHIBITS TO BE ENTERED ON WEDNESDAY, OCT. 5TH BETWEEN 4 – 8 P.M.

Flos Agricultural Society gratefully acknowledges the support and co-operation of area schools and their staff and Administrators.

Management Committee: Linda Murray, Doreen Turner, Kathy Daniels, Lana Spence

Livestock Committee:  Doug Ritchie

 

Rules and Regulations

  1. Competition in the Elmvale Junior School Fair is open to elementary and high school students, as well as those children receiv- ing home instruction in our
  2. The grade the pupil is in, when the proj- ect is completed will determine the class in which it is to be
  3. All exhibits must be the property of the student
  4. Articles exhibited in any previous year will not be awarded a
  5. Pupils must not make more than one entry in any one
  6. All student exhibits should be in place by Wednesday 5 at 8 pm. Teachers must arrange their school displays by 8 pm Wednesday, October 5. Livestock should be on the grounds by 10 am Fri- day, October 7, and removed at 4:30 pm.
  7. Special Junior Fair tags will be given to teachers prior to the Fair, and will also be available after 1 at:
    • Springwater Public Library in Elmvale, and Superior Facility Services, 8 Yonge S., Elmvale
    • by emailing info@elmvalefallfair.com
    • by calling 705-527-1899
    • at the Fair Office on October
  8. If you are in school, please be sure to put your Name, your School and Teacher’s name on your Home-schooled or Pre-school youth must include a home phone number on your tag. NO NAME – NO MONEY!!!!!
  9. Exhibits, except livestock, not to be removed until 4:30 pm Saturday Oc- tober 8, 2022, but must be removed by 5 pm. Any leftover craft items will be returned to the school the followingweek. Vegetables left will be given to the Food Bank and all other perishable items will be disposed of, if not picked up. Flos Agricultural Society is not responsible for lost articles.
  1. Anyone found guilty of willfully breaking the rules of the Fair will forfeit all prize money
  2. Plates will be supplied for Exhibitor should supply disposable plates for all baking entries.
  3. Home Instructors: In all categories that are pre-judged by classroom teachers, which include Classes 134 – 170, entries must be in the hands of Murray 705- 322- 5067 by 5 pm, Friday, Sept 30, 2022. Please include a telephone number. They will be pre-judged by a committee – best 3 for all Printing and Writing categories (representation by population).

13.  RIBBONS WILL BE GIVEN TO FIRST,

SECOND & THIRD prize in all judged categories. Stickers will be placed on all other winning entries.

  1. PRIZE MONEY will be sent to the schools by 1, 2022, unless other- wise arranged.

ANNOUNCEMENT TO PARENTS: Parents

are urged to allow the children to do the work and preparations of the exhibits with- out assistance. Encourage them in every way, but remember that every bit of work you do for them helps to defeat the object of the Junior School Fair.

Want to Help Out?

We could use someone, just like you! We are always looking for supporters and volunteers. Whether you can spare an hour, a day, or a week of your time, we would love to have you on our team. Any age, any background. Your talents will always be appreciated.

Flowers

PLEASE NOTE: Please be sure to have ade- quate water in your containers. NO artificial items permitted.

OPEN TO CHILDREN GRADE 12 & UNDER

  1. Largest Sunflower head, stem removed, displayed on a plate
  2. Cosmos, 5 stems with foliage
  3. Marigolds, 5 blooms, long stems with foliage
  4. Mums, 3 stems with foliage
  5. MARLENE TINNEY SPECIAL: Petunias,single, 5 sprays
  1. Rose, 1 stem, any variety
  2. Rose, 1 bloom, floating with its own leaf
  3. Single Dahlia bloom
  4. Small Sunflower, 3 stems, any variety
  5. Sedum, 3 stems
  6. Hydrangea, 1 stem
  7. Geranium, 1 perfect bloom with foliage
  8. 1 Hosta leaf
  9. Recycle– an arrangement of Fresh flow- ers in a Tim Horton’s container
  10. Collection of foliages from your gar- den/ flower bed, minimum 3 varieties, arranged in a DO NOT use foliage from trees
  11. Collection of 3 or more varieties of gar- den flowers, attractively arranged

JK TO GRADE 4

  1. An arrangement of natural foliage and wild flowers, in a tin can
  2. A Flower Pie: in a foil pie plate filled with moist sand, decorate with flower blooms & some foliage

GRADE 5 – 8

  1. An arrangement of assorted marigolds
  2. A Fairy Garden (Google it!) Using live plants and/or flowers, create a minia- ture fairy garden

Fruits, Vegetables & Grains

  1. 3 round Beets
  2. 3 Carrots
  3. Longest Carrot
  4. 3 Table Cucumbers
  5. Fattest Cucumber
  6. 1 Zucchini
  7. 3 Cooking Onions
  8. 5 Potatoes, named variety
  9. Potato with the most eyes
  10. 1 Pie Pumpkin
  11. 1 Squash, any other kind, named
  12. 1 Pepper Squash
  13. 1 Butternut Squash
  14. 3 Ornamental gourds OR mini pumpkins
  15. 3 Ripe Tomatoes, stems left on
  16. 5 Cherry Tomatoes, ripe
  17. 3 Green Tomatoes, stems left on
  18. 5 Cherry Tomatoes, green
  19. 5 Grape Tomatoes
  20. 1 Odd -Shaped Vegetable, not decorated
  21. 5 Apples, named variety
  22. 6 vegetables seeds, mounted, labeled & displayed
  23. Longest ear of corn
  24. GR 1 – 4 : A Collection of 5 different Ontario vegetables, named
  25. GR 5 – 8 : Pickling Vegetables: 3 each of 4 different vegetables that can be pickled, suitably displayed
  26. 3 cobs of Indian corn, husks pulled back and tied
  27. 1 Litre Barley
  28. 1 Litre Oats
  29. 1 Litre Wheat
  30. I Litre Soybeans
  31. 3 Ears Yellow, Grain Corn
  32. 3 Stalks Ensilage Corn
  33. Tallest corn stalk, roots removed
  34. Silage Corn, in 1 litre zip-lock bag
  35. 5 mixed hay, 1st cut, 2022 crop, dis- played in a clear bag
  36. 5 mixed hay, 2nd cut, 2022 crop, displayed in a clear bag

 

Crafts and Hobbies

PRIZES OFFERED IN SECTIONS 57-121:

1st – $3 | 2nd – $2.50 | 3rd – $2

NOTE: Please put a contact phone number on the back of entry tags for classes 57-61

PRESCHOOLERS, as of Sept 30, 2022

  1. Trace your foot on 22cm x 28 cm paper (8.5”x11”) & decorate
  2. Finger paint a picture of a sheep on 22cm x 28cm paper (8.5”x11”)
  3. A collection of stickers of your favourite Disney characters, mounted, 22 cm x 28 cm (8.5” x 11”)
  4. Glue buttons on a 6” paper plate, to look like a face
  5. Using an egg carton, make a caterpillar

JK, SK AND GRADE 1 as of Sept 30, 2022

  1. Decorate 3 hard boiled eggs, any me- dia, display in half an egg carton
  2. Glue pasta and/or cereal on paper, cre- ating a picture of a house, 22cm x 28cm (8.5” x 11”)
  3. Create a colourful, repeat pattern, using buttons glued on a white paper, 22cm x 28cm (8.5” x 11”)
  4. Make a bouquet of flowers, using egg carton(s), displayed in a decorated soup can
  5. Make a picture of a flower, using bingo daubers, on white paper 22cm x 28cm (8.5” x 11”)
  6. Make a pipe cleaner animal, 30 pipe cleaners
  7. Make a character, using a tea
  8. Make a collage of farm animals by cut- ting pictures from magazines, on 22 cm x 28 cm (8.5” x 11”) paper
  9. Make a picture of a birthday hat, out of various seeds glued to a 22 cm x 28 cm (8.5” x 11”) sheet of paper
  10. Decorate a small gift bag – theme

“Birthday”

  1. Decorate a toothbrush
  2. Decorate a pine cone
  3. Create a picture of a farm animal using cotton balls, on 22cm x 28cm (8.5” x 11”) construction paper
  4. Using a potato as the body, create a “Per- son”, decorated with any media, display on a large paper plate
  5. Create a picture by gluing natural materi- als that you find outside (i.e. sticks, moss, leaves) on paper, 30 cm x 45 cm (12” x 18”)

GRADE 2 & 3 as of Sept 30, 2022

  1. Create a dog house for Sparky, the Fire Dog, using Popsicle Display on a paper plate, max. base 15 cm x 15 cm (6” x 6”)
  2. Draw & colour a picture that shows all 4 seasons, 22cm x 28 cm (8.5” x 11”)
  3. Make an insect (i.e. dragonfly, butterfly) out of coffee filters
  4. Decorate an old pair of sunglasses
  5. Decorate a light bulb, securely fasten to paper plate
  6. Create a crown out of Bristol board, decorate
  7. Create a “Pencil Holder” from 1 empty can (i.e. soup) and Popsicle sticks, deco- rate by gluing or taping decorations
  8. Decorate a Tennis Ball as a Farm Animal
  9. Make a set of binoculars using empty toi- let paper Decorate using any media.
  10. Create a penguin, using a water bottle, decorated
  11. Cut out & glue pictures of your 5 favorite animals, label each, on 22cm x 28cm (8.5” x 11”) paper
  12. Draw a picture of fireworks, can use ad- ditional materials, e. glitter, sequins, max. 22 cm x 28 cm (8.5” x 11”)
  13. Spell your first name with 3 different kinds of seeds, glued to 22cm x 28cm (8.5”x11”) construction paper
  14. Decorated SQUASH, NOT carved, 20 cm x 25 cm (8” x 10”)
  15. Using a potato as the body, create a Per- son, decorated with any media, display on a large paper plate

GRADE 4 & 5, as of Sept 30, 2022

  1. Decorate a Flip Flop, “ Winter ” theme
  2. Decorate a straw hat, “Birthday” theme
  3. Decorate a ball cap, by gluing natural materials onto it
  4. Create a winter scene using an 8” paper plate and cotton balls
  5. Make a “Longhouse” using natural ma- terials, on a firm base, 10” in any direction
  6. Make an edible bracelet (string must be edible too)
  7. Make a wagon, using different shapes of Display on a small paper plate
  8. Create a pair of tissue box slippers
  9. Make a rocket ship, must be freestand- ing, 12” or 30 cm tall
  10. Create a Summer beach Scene, in a glass jar
  11. Draw & label 5 different pioneer farm tools on 22cm x 28cm (8.5” x 11”) paper
  12. Make a cereal box robot, must be free-standing, 45 cm (18”) tall
  13. Create a dog house for Sparky, the Fire Dog, using Popsicle sticks, display on a paper plate, base 15 cm x 15 cm (6” x 6”)
  14. Decorated SQUASH,NOT carved, 30 cm x 35 cm (12” x 15”)
  15. Using a potato as the body, create a Person, decorated with any media, display on a large paper plate

GRADE 6 – 8 as of Sept 30, 2022

  1. Make a collage of hockey related pic- tures, 22cm x 28cm (8.5” x 11”)
  2. Create & illustrate a pre-school Theme ”Fun at the Fair”. Must have 6 pages, including a title page. Use 22cm x 28cm (8.5”x11”) paper.
  3. Welcome Stone, painted, for a front entrance, 6” in any direction
  4. Design a map for a treasure hunt, complete with directions, on 22cm x 28cm (8.5”x11”) paper
  5. Make a bridge using Popsicle Max 23cm in any direction. Display on a sturdy base.
  6. Create a Halloween themed word search puzzle. Use 12 October related words, free hand. NO COMPUTER AID. 28 cm x 44 cm (11” x 17”)
  1. Using a potato as the body, create a Person, decorate with any media, display on a large paper plate
  2. Using small twigs and pebbles, create a miniature campfire pit, on a solid base, 22 cm in any direction
  3. A “Three Little Pigs” stick house made from pretzels, display on a large paper plate
  4. Create a Summer beach scene, in a glass jar
  5. Decorated SQUASH,NOT carved, 30 cm x 35 cm (12” x 15”)
  6. Create an eggshell mosaic on 22 cm x 28 cm (8.5” x 11”) white paper
  7. Decorate a can as a Unicorn, accesso- ries permitted
  8. Sketch & color a picture of a totem pole, on 22cm x 28cm (8.5” x 11”) paper
  9. Create a goalie net, using Popsicle sticks & Display on a paper plate.

Centre Flos Womens’ Institute – SPECIAL

PRIZES OFFERED IN SECTIONS 122 – 124:

1st – $5 | 2nd – $3 | 3rd – $2

GRADE 6 – 8 as of Sept 30, 2022

  1. Create a picture, using acrylic paint on a canvas board, 28 cm x 44 cm (11” x 17”)
  2. Draw a vase of flowers, using pencil crayons, 22cm x 28cm ( 8 ½” x 11”)
  3. Sketch a farm animal in charcoal or pencil 22 cm x 28 cm (8½” x 11” )

 

LEGO – SPECIAL BY CORONATION MASONIC LODGE (Sections 125-126)

PRIZES: 1st – $6 | 2nd – $4 | 3rd – $3

(These will be securely displayed)

Create a farm scene, including people and/ or animals, WITHIN A SHOE BOX. Cover with saran wrap. Scenery may be non-Lego

i.e. paint, paper & twigs. Max. 28 cm (11”) tall. Must use at least 150 Lego pieces. No kits please.

  1. JK – GR 2 ONLY
  2. GR 3 – 6 ONLY

BMR Pro – SPECIAL

PRIZE OFFERED IN SECTIONS 127- 129:

1st $ 6 | 2nd – $4 | 3rd – $3

Make a creation, out of duct tape ONLY. No additional materials to be used.

  1. JK – Grade 2 – Theme: A Picture Frame
  2. Grades 3 – 6 – Theme: Clothing Item
  3. Grades 7 – 8 – Theme: Clothing Item

FOR SPECIAL NEEDS STUDENTS (Sections 130 – 133)

PRIZE: $3 for every worthy entry

Create a picture ANY MEDIA, max. 22 cm x 28 cm (8.5” x 11”)

  1. JK – Grade 3
  2. Grade 4 – 6
  3. Grade 7 – 8
  4. Secondary School

Art, Curriculum, Penmanship and Posters

Classes 134 – 170 are PRE-JUDGED.

These entries must be in the hands of either the classroom teacher or L. Murray (705- 322-5067) no later than Fri. Sept 30, 2022, 5 pm. The top 3 entries per classroom will be considered for overall judging. Entries will be judged on letter formation, spacing, accurate slant suitable for grade level, neat- ness and consistency of letter sizing.

 

PRIZES OFFERED IN SECTIONS 134 – 164:

1st – $3 | 2nd – $2.50 | 3rd – $2

Note: Printing and Writing poems are available from classroom teachers, as well as on the Fair web site. Author’s name must be included in penmanship classes or entry will be disqualified.

JK & SK

  1. Draw a picture, on 22CM X 28CM (8.5”X11”) white paper, any media, “Me at Play”

GRADE 1

  1. Draw a picture, on 22CM X 28CM (8.5”X11”) white paper, any media, “In My Back Yard”
  2. Print, use page provided by school rep- resentative, “Happy Birthday“

GRADE 2

  1. Draw a picture, on 28 cm x 44 cm (11” x 17”) white paper, any media, “Animal Friends”
  2. Print, using page provided by school representative, first 4 lines of the poem “Funny Turkey”

The turkey is a funny bird

Its head goes bobble-bobble;

And all he knows is just one word… And that is gobble-gobble!

Author: Public Domain

GRADE 3

  1. Draw a picture, on 28 cm x 44 cm (11” x 17”) white paper, any media, “Fun in the Leaves”
  2. Print, on 3-ring lined paper, printed every other line, the poem “An Autumn Day”

Pumpkins in the cornfields, Gold among the brown, Leaves of rust and scarlet Trembling slowly down:

Birds that travel southward, Lovely time to play;

Nothing is as pleasant as an autumn day!

Author: Carmen Lagos Signes

 

  1. Creative Writing, on 22 cm x 28 cm (8.5” x 11”) white paper, may be typed, “At the Fall Fair, I’m going ..”

GRADE 4

  1. Draw a picture, on 28 cm x 44 cm (11” x 17”) white paper, any media, “The Fall Fair”
  1. Cursive writing, on 3-ring lined paper, written on every other line, the poem “In Autumn”

They’re coming down in showers, The leaves all gold and red;

They’re covering the little flowers, and tucking them in bed.

They’ve spread a fairy carpet All up and down the street;

And when we skip along to school they rustle ‘neath our feet.

Author: Winifred C. Marshall

  1. Creative Writing, on 22 cm x 28 cm (8.5” x 11”) white paper, may be typed, “ Why I would like a Pet ”
  2. Draw & color 3 different “Les animaux de la jungle”. Title & label in Spelling will be judged. On 22 cm x 28 cm (8.5” x 11”) white paper, spelling will be judged.
  3. A Map of Ontario, 22 cm x 28 cm (8.5” x 11”), naming the Capital, 3 lakes and 5 large Use pencil crayons

GRADE 5

  1. Cursive writing, on 3-ring lined paper, written on every other line, the poem “Thanksgiving”

The year has turned its circle, The seasons come and go. The harvest is all gathered in And chilly north winds blow.

Orchards have shared their treasures, The fields, in their yellow grain.

So open wide the doorway – Thanksgiving comes again. Author: Unknown

  1. Draw a picture, on 28 cm x 44 cm (11” x 17”) white paper, any media, “An Autumn Scene”
  2. Creative Writing, on 22 cm x 28 cm (8.5” x 11”) white paper, may be typed, “ Terry Fox – A Canadian Hero”
  3. Draw & color 5 different items found in “Un jardin potager” Title & label in Spelling will be judged. on 22 cm x 28 cm (8.5” x 11”) white paper,
  4. A Map of Ontario, 22 cm x 28 cm (8.5”x 11”), naming the Capital, 3 lakes and 5 large cities. Use pencil crayons

GRADE 6

    1. Draw a picture, on 28 cm x 44 cm (11” x 17”) white paper, Any media, “Scene from my Window”
    2. Cursive writing, on 3-ring lined paper, written on every other line, the poem “Leaf Blankets”

Leaves are falling, soft as snowflakes, Red and yellow, gold and brown;

The breeze laughs gaily in the treetops, Shaking all the colour down.

Leaves are covering the gardens As my blanket covers me.

When cold winter comes, the flowers Will be warm as warm can be.

Author: Irene B. Crofoot

  1. Persuasive Writing, on 22 cm x 28 cm (8.5” x 11”) white paper, may be typed, “Convince/encourage someone to move to your Community”
  2. A Map of Canada, label and locate Provinces, Territories and their capitals, 22 cm x 28 cm (8.5” x 11”) Use pencil crayons
  3. Draw & color 5 different “ Le machines de la ferme”. Title & label in Spelling will be judged. On 22cm x 28cm (8.5” x 11”) paper

GRADE 7

  1. Draw a picture, on 28 cm x 44 cm (11” x 17”) white paper, any media, ”Land- scape”

 

  1. Cursive writing, on 3-ring lined paper, written on every line, (ink) the poem “Autumn Fires”

In the other gardens And all up the vale,

From the autumn bonfires See the smoke trail!

Pleasant summer over

And all the summer flowers, The red fire blazes,

The grey smoke towers. Sing a song of seasons! Something bright in all! Flowers in the summer, Fires in the fall!

Author: Robert Louis Stevenson

  1. Persuasive writing, on 22 cm x 28 cm (8.5” x 11”) white paper, may be typed, “My Canadian Hero”
  2. A Map of Canada, label and locate Provinces, Territories and their capitals, using 22 cm x 28 cm (8.5” x 11”) Use pencil crayons

GRADE 8

  1. Cursive writing, on 3-ring lined paper, written on every line, (ink) the poem “Leaves”

How silently they tumble down And come to rest upon the ground To lay a carpet, rich and rare, Beneath the trees without a care,

Content to sleep, their work well done, Colours gleaming in the sun.

At other times, they wildly fly Until they nearly reach the sky. Twisting, turning through the air

Till all the trees stand stark and bare. Exhausted, drop to earth below

To wait, like children, for the snow. Author: Elsie N. Brady

  1. Draw a picture, on 28 cm x 44 cm (11” x 17”) white paper, any media, “Sunset”
  2. Persuasive writing, on 22 cm x 28 cm (8.5” x 11”) white paper, may be typed, “How I would improve Elmvale”
  3. Map of North America, label countries, capitals, 3 important rivers and sur- rounding bodies of water, using 22 cm x 28 cm (8.5” x 11”) Use pencil crayons.

POSTER COMPETITIONS

REMINDER: “Posters are pre-judged and are to be submitted by Sept 30, 2022 as per info on previous page

SIMCOE COUNTY DAIRY PRODUCER COMMITTEE – SPECIAL

Any media, on white paper, 22 cm x 28 cm (8 1/2” x 11”)

PRIZES OFFERED IN SECTIONS 165 – 167:

1st – $10 | 2nd – $6 | 3rd – $4

  1. GRADE 1 & 2: Draw & label 2 different milk products
  2. GRADE 3 & 4: Draw & label 5 different milk products
  3. GRADE 5 & 6: Draw & label 10 different milk products

 

HELPFUL HINTS FOR JUNIOR EXHIBITORS

  • Please read instructions carefully to avoid being Note all size restrictions
  • Entries are judged on neatness, creativity and following directions
  • Fill out the coloured Fair tag neatly, with the proper class number and description, your name, your teacher’s name (or parent’s name and phone number if pre- or home schooled), and the school that you attend
  • Bring your exhibits to the arena on

WEDNESDAY OCT. 5th BETWEEN 4 PM AND 8 PM. Your items must remain until 4:30 pm. Sat. Oct. 8th, then picked up before 5 pm.

 

O.A.A.S YOUTH POSTER – SPECIAL PRIZES OFFERED IN SECTIONS 168 – 170:

1st – $20 | 2nd – $15 | 3rd – $10

Theme – “Promoting Your Fair”

Entry Rules: Name and date of Fair must be clearly shown on poster. Must be hand drawn. Minimum size 8½” x 11” (22 cm x 28 cm). Maximum size 11” x 17” (28 cm x 44 cm), “poster” size. Proofread spelling. Each entry must then be MOUNTED AND

 

CENTERED ON CARDSTOCK or BRISTOL

BOARD to add a 5.5 cm (2”) border on all four sides. If work is done at home, it must be submitted to either the classroom teach- er or L. Murray by Fri. Sept 30th 2022, 5 pm.

**First prize poster will be entered in District Com-

petition. Name of person, school, and Fair must be printed on back of poster.

  1. J.K. – 4
  2. 5 – Gr. 8
  3. 9 – Gr. 12

 

 

DOMESTIC SCIENCE

Prizes offered in Sections 171 – 201

1st – $3.00, 2nd – $2.50, 3rd – $2.00, 4th – $1.50 & $1.00 for each worthy entry up to 10th

Home cooked foods only. Baked goods are judged first on appearance.

Those meeting requirements are then tasted. Please place on recyclable plates (i.e. paper), no larger than 7” and in ziplock bags.

 

To make it easier, we have grouped sections according to Grade.

 

JK SK AND GRADE 1 as of Sept 30, 2022

  1. 3 oatmeal raisin cookies
  2. 3 Rice Krispie Treats, include 1 extra ingredient
  3. 1 donut (may purchase donut) decorated like a flower, use edible decorations
  4. 3 Chocolate Chip cookies

 

GRADE 2 & 3 as of Sept 30, 2022

  1. 3 M&M or Smartie cookies, dropped method
  2. Rice Krispie creation, shaped as a Jack ‘O Lantern base no larger than 15 cm (6”), decorated with edible decorations
  3. 4 pieces of Fudge
  4. Make a marshmallow garland, decorated for Christmas

 

GRADE 4 & 5 as of Sept 30, 2022

  1. 3 light cupcakes, iced with edible decorations
  2. 3 slices of vegetable loaf (i.e. Zucchini loaf)
  3. Make a marshmallow “Snowman”, use edible decorations
  4. 3 chocolate chip muffins

 

GRADE 6 – 8 as of Sept 30, 2022

  1. 3 banana chocolate chip muffins
  2. 3 slices fruit loaf (i.e. banana loaf). Identify fruit
  3. 3 different chocolate items
  4. Bake a party hat using a cupcake, an ice cream cone, icing & edible decorations

 

Open to ALL Students

  1. Homemade applesauce, 250 ml jar or smaller
  2. 3 oatmeal muffins, with 1 added ingredient
  3. Use 3 cookies to make a snowman, decorate with edible decorations. Judged on appearance ONLY
  4. 2 muffins with maple syrup as an added ingredient, attach recipe
  5. Strawberry freezer jam, 250 ml jar or smaller
  6. Rice Krispie Hay Bales: min of 8 rectangular pieces, displayed with a tractor & wagon, on a foil covered sturdy base. Max 30cm x 30cm.
  7. JK – Gr 3 Brownie Pizza – cook a brownie mix in a round pan, making it a pizza shape, max. 20 cm (8”), ice and decorate with jelly beans, gummy worms etc. to look like pizza toppings
  8. Gr 4 – 8 Brownie Pizza – cook a brownie mix in a round pan, making it a pizza shape, max. 20 cm (8”), ice and decorate with jelly beans, gummy worms etc. to look like pizza toppings
  9. Banana bread, 3 slices
  10. An Old Family Favorite: 3 baked goods, 1 variety, nut free, using an old family recipe. Attach recipe
  11. 3 un-iced brownies
  12. 1 loaf of bread made in a bread machine
  13. Pickled anything, any size jar
  14. 3 butter tarts, may purchase tart shells
  15. 3 tea biscuits

 

SPECIAL: ELMVALE BAKERY

1st prize: $10.00 2nd prize: $5.00 3rd prize: $5.00

  1. Best Homemade Loaf of Bread, not from a bread machine, from contestant under age 16. Include recipe of your choice.

 

O.A.A.S. – PLAIN CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIE COMPETITION

Prizes: 1st – $3.00, 2nd – $2.50, 3rd – $2.00, 4th & 5th – $1.50

  1. Youth up to age 15 years (as of December 31 of current year)

5 cookies, no nuts, no larger than 2.5” (6.25 cm) and no smaller than 2” (5 cm)

NOTE: Winner qualifies for District Competition – 6 cookies required there. To be displayed on a clean, sturdy plate (no paper plates) inside a clear plastic bag with exhibitor’s name and address using the entry tag provided. Winner of District competition is eligible to enter

Provincial competition (if winner unable to send entry 2nd place District winner may enter).

Same rules as District, except District must be indicated on Provincial entry tag provided.

 

CRAFTS AND HOBBIES

Prizes offered in Sections 204- 223

1st – $3.00, 2nd – $2.50, 3rd – $2.00, 4th – $1.50

and $1.00 for each worthy entry up to 10th

 

Open to ALL Students

  1. A Sewn garment
  2. A homemade pillow
  3. Make a sock caterpillar
  4. Any article made from scraps of fabric
  5. Decorate a Pillow Case as a trick or treat bag for Hallowe’en
  6. Make a pioneer braided rug, max. 18” overall
  7. Handmade belt, any medium
  8. Create a shopping bag out of an old T-shirt. Decorate.
  9. Make a bean bag pet
  10. Sew 4 different buttons onto an old stray sock – neatness will be judged
  11. A quilted project
  12. Scrapbooking – Two (2) pages, theme “ Fun with Friends”
  13. Make a craft you found on Pinterest. Print a picture of the craft from the website and attach it to your creation.
  14. Decorate a recipe box and include three (3) of your favourite recipes
  15. Create a fascinator
  16. Create a “Chore Chart for Kids” –Pinterest has lots of ideas
  17. Decorate a pair of gardening gloves
  18. Make a craft from recycled items
  19. JK – GR 5 A knitted or Crocheted Square (ie dish cloth)
  20. GR 6 – 9 Knitted headwear

 

2019 HIGH POINT TROPHY WINNER WAS PAYTON WOOD, HILLSDALE PUBLIC SCHOOL

HELPFUL HINTS for Junior Exhibitors
• Please read instructions carefully to avoid being disqualified. Note all size restrictions
• Entries are judged on neatness, creativity and following directions
• Fill out the coloured Jr. Fair tag neatly, with the proper class number and description, your name, your teacher’s name (or parent’s name and phone number if pre- or home schooled), and the school that you attend
• Bring your exhibits to the arena on WEDNESDAY OCT. 5th BETWEEN 4:00 AND 9:00 P.M.
Your items must remain until 4:30 p.m. Sat. Oct. 8th, then picked up before 5:00 p.m

 

 

2022 Jr. Fair Prize Book Downloads

With kids back to school time to start those projects to enter in the fair.

Click on the link below to see the complete list for the Jr Fair as a PDF document.

2022 Jr. Fair Prize List

How to Enter a Competition

Competition Rules

General Rules and Regulation

Each exhibitor, upon arriving on the grounds, must apply to the Committee in charge, who will inform the exhibitor where the animals or articles are to be placed.