Homecraft Competition

Rules & Regulations


Lindsay Agricultural Society

Presents

The 2022 Lindsay Exhibition

President: Dr. Lois Batty
1st Vice President: Bev Fisher
2nd Vice President: Jack Kyle
Secretary/Treasurer: Evan Craft


STAFF

General Manager: Harry Stoddart
Finance Administrator: Shelley Solomon
Project Manager: Shanice Sproule
Events Coordinator: Maddie Carey
Groundskeeper: Matthew Searles
Campground Manager: Mari Bryans


CONTACT US

Lindsay Exhibition

P.O. Box 752,
354 Angeline Street South
Lindsay, Ontario
K9V 4W9

Phone (705) 324–5551 Fax (705) 324–8111
Website: www.lindsayex.com
Email: fair@lindsayex.com
Office Hours: Monday - Thursday 8:30am - 4:30pm. Friday 8:30am - 4:00pm.
Premise ID: ON4209355


HOMECRAFT DEPARTMENT

IMPORTANT DATES

  • ENTRIES CLOSE: Wednesday, September 7, 2022.
  • LATE ENTRIES CLOSE: Wednesday, September 14, 2022.
  • ENTRY TAGS READY FOR PICKUP: Friday, September 16, 2022.
  • BRINGING EXHIBITS: Homecraft exhibits to be delivered to the Commonwell Exhibition Building on Monday, September 19, between 9:00 am to 8:00 pm - Judging begins Tuesday morning.
  • REMOVING EXHIBITS: Exhibits may be picked up on Monday, September 26 from 9:00 am to 7:00 pm. *Please note there will no longer be Sunday pickup. Exhibit identification card required for pickup.

NOTES

  • Completed entry forms may be submitted by fax, phone, email, delivered in-person to the LEX office, or completed online at https://www.assistexpo.ca/lindsayex
  • ADMINISTRATION FEE: $10.00 must accompany all entry forms except in: Special Needs (9001 - 9028), Manor (9101- 9160) and Youth (8016 - 8049) classes.
  • LATE FEE: $5.00 per entry form.
  • When making entries use 4 DIGITS. The first 2 are DIVISION number & second 2 are CLASS number.
  • Perishable goods will be destroyed. ONLY JARS & RINGS WILL BE RETURNED.

COMMITTEE: Chairperson Suzanne Barker; Jody Clements, Jane Durward, Bev Fisher, Barb Francis, Judy Harris, Karen Heaslip, MaryLou Smith, Barb Maschke, Margaret Huitson, Eleanor Mahood, Melissa O'Neill, Pat Presley, Barb Quibbell, Debbie McColl, Suzanne Brown, Monique Moore, Valerie Markle, Lois Found, Patty Tolmie, Sydney Watson, Audrey Quibell.

SECTION CHAIRPERSONS

Canning & Preserving - MaryLou Smith & Karen Heaslip
Handicrafts - Jody Clements
Baking - Margaret Huitson
Quilts & Rugs - Valerie Markle & Bev Fisher
Art & Photography - Pat Presley
Clothing - Lois Found
Manors & Special Needs - Eleanor Mahood


RULES & REGULATIONS

  1. EXHIBITOR: Each Exhibitor must pay a $10.00 administration fee. Administration fee must accompany all entry forms except in: Special Needs (9001 - 9028), Manor (9101- 9160) and Youth (8016 - 8049) classes.
  2. ENTRY CLOSING DATE: Closing date for Homecraft entries is WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 2022. Entry forms received after this time will be charged A LATE FEE OF $5.00. ABSOLUTELY NO ENTRY FORMS WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 2022.
  3. ENTRIES ALLOWED: Exhibitors may make ONE ENTRY only and receive ONE PRIZE only in each class.
  4. TAGS: Exhibitor tags will be ready for pick up at the LEX office after 9:00 am Thursday, September 15, 2022. Tags may not be picked up at the time of bringing in entry forms. ** Tags must be attached to the exhibit with flap closed upon Drop-Off.** Tags do not need to be signed. ** ENTRY TAGS MUST NOT BE ALTERED OR CHANGED BY THE EXHIBITOR. ARTICLES WITH ALTERED TAGS WILL BE DISQUALIFIED AND NOT JUDGED. The Lindsay Exhibition Homecraft Committee reserves the right to open all entry tags after judging has been completed.
  5. EXHIBIT DROP-OFF: Exhibits should be brought to the Commonwell Exhibition Building between 9:00 am and 8:00 pm on Monday, September 19, 2022. MANORS & SPECIAL NEEDS entries must be dropped off by 2:00 pm on Monday, September 19, 2022.
  6. JUDGING: MANORS & SPECIAL NEEDS judging will begin Monday, September 19 at 2:00 pm. ALL OTHER DIVISIONS judging begins Tuesday, September 20, 2022, at 9:00 am.
  7. EXHIBIT PICK-UP: Exhibitors must present their Exhibitor Card to claim their articles. Exhibits may not be removed until Monday, September 26, 2022, after 9:00 am and must be removed by 7:00 pm. *Please note there will no longer be Sunday pickup. Perishable goods will be destroyed. ONLY JARS & RINGS WILL BE RETURNED.
  8. NEW EXHIBITS ONLY. (Excluding quilts) All items entered for competition must be NEW work, made by the exhibitor and completed since September 2021, this rule applies to all Homecraft classes (except quilts) and will be strictly enforced. Items shown in previous years will be disqualified.
  9. All articles for competition must be strictly the production of the person making the entry unless otherwise specified in the class description. Articles must not have any identifying name or label on them.
  10. Articles soiled, defaced by wear, or having unpleasant odour may not be eligible for competition.
  11. ABSENCE OF COMPETITION: In the absence of competition in any section or if articles exhibited are of inferior quality, the judge will award only such premiums as they deem the exhibits merit. Judges are asked to adhere to this rule.
  12. FRAUD: Upon the discovery of any fraud, deception, or dishonest practice, either in the preparation, ownership, or any fraudulent representation concerning any article exhibited, the Committee shall have the power to withhold the payment of any or all the premiums awarded to the Exhibitor proven to be guilty of such an offense.
  13. RESPONSIBILITY: While the Committee members will take every possible precaution under the circumstances to ensure the safety of articles sent to the LEX, the owners themselves must take the risk of exhibiting. Should any article be accidentally damaged, lost, or stolen, the Committee members will give all the assistance in their power towards its discovery, but no payment for the value thereof will be made.
  14. NO “FOR SALE” SIGNAGE: Exhibits may not be sold in the Exhibition Building. No advertising or signs will be allowed on exhibits. Exhibits are not to be sold at or during the fair in the exhibit hall.
  15. The Homecraft Committee reserves the right to interpret their own rules and regulations.
  16. Article means one item as specified. Pair means two.
  17. "Size” where specified is important - please read rules carefully.
  18. Individuals who sponsor a ‘Special’ class in the Homecraft Division will not be eligible to enter in that particular class. This pertains to all Homecraft special classes.
  19. Absolutely no cannabis or cannabis by-products allowed.
  20. PRIZE MONEY: Prize money won will be paid by cheque and mailed in October. Cheques MUST be cashed by MARCH 1, 2023.
  21. For classes with less than 5 entries, prize money will only be awarded for 1st and 2nd placed exhibits. For classes with 5 entries or more, prize money will be awarded to 1st, 2nd, and 3rd placed exhibits. For classes where a gift certificate or other item is awarded in lieu of prize money, the associated prizes will be awarded to all placings, including any prize money. Sponsored classes are paid in full, regardless of the number of entries.
  22. The LEX competitions will be held according to the latest COVID-19 Event Protocol approved by the HKPR Health Unit. All then-current COVID-19 health and safety protocols will be in place and all participants, including but not limited to exhibitors, officials, and volunteers will be expected to adhere to the restrictions at all times. Anyone who fails to adhere to the restrictions will be asked to leave the LEX Grounds and will forfeit any prize money earned.

OAAS Butter Tart Competition

(no fruit, no nuts)

Division 82, Class 1

Rules for 2022 Fairs & 2023 Convention

1. Please review the General Competition Rules document. https://ontarioagsocieties.com/images/2021/General_Rules_2022.pdf
2. Entry must be made solely by the person entering the competition. (including the pastry)
3. Number of butter tarts to be shown at local fair/exhibition to be determined by each individual fair/exhibition.

District Competition
4. A total of 6 tarts will be required to be shown. Tarts must be on a clean, sturdy plate (no paper plates) inside of a clear plastic bag with the exhibitor’s name, mailing address and fair represented.
5. The size of the tarts must be full size tarts. (no mini or bite size tarts) and must not contain fruit or nuts (ie. no raisins, no pecans)

Provincial Competition
6. A total of 6 tarts will be required to be shown. Tarts must be on a clean, sturdy plate (no paper plates) inside of a clear plastic bag with the exhibitor’s name, mailing address and district represented.
7. The size of the tarts must be full size tarts. (no mini or bite size tarts) and must not contain fruit or nuts (ie. no raisins, no pecans).
8. 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place entries will not be returned to exhibitor but will be placed up for auction at the convention.

Provincial Prize Money: 1st: $50, 2nd: $30, 3rd: $20, Prizes donated by Gay Lea Foods Co-operative

Judging Standard

20
General Appearance
40 Crust
40 Filling



Community Service Project

COMMUNITY SERVICE PROJECT - DIVISION 92


Prizes: 1st: $25, 2nd: $15, 3rd: $10

Classes:

1.

Pet Blanket

- 22" x 22"

All entries become the property of the Lindsay Exhibition Homecraft Committee and will be donated to the local Humane Society.

Sponsorship: $50.00, Judy Harris

2.

Manor Gift Baskets

A gift basket of art supplies for a Retirement Home/Nursing Home.

- Example: markers, pencil crayons, yarn, craft paper, glue, coloured pens, paint, paint brushes, glitter, adult colouring books, etc.
- Top placed baskets will be donated to the top placed Retirement Homes/Nursing Homes who have residents competing in the Manors Division 91.
- Any remaining baskets will be donated to other participating nursing homes.

Specials

SPECIALS - DIVISION 79

Classes:

1.

Machine Pieced Quilt

- Quilted by long arm machine made by more than one person, residing in the Kawartha Lakes

Prizes: 1st: $50 gift certificate, 2nd: $30 gift certificate, 3rd: $20 gift certificate

Sponsor: Appleseed Quiltworks

2.

Quilt - Piecework - Hand Applique - Hand Quilted

Prizes: 1st: $50 gift certificate, 2nd: $30 gift certificate, 3rd: $20 gift certificate

Sponsor: Bolts and Bobbins

3.

Any knitted article made from Wool

- Must include yarn wrapper and pattern source for judging

Prizes: 1st: $150 gift certificate, 2nd: $75 gift certificate, 3rd: $50 gift certificate

Sponsor: Aberdeen's Wool Company

4.

Skein of hand spun yarn

- Skein must be min. 50g & must contain at least 50% Ontario grown fibre.

- Wool, Alpaca, Llama, Mohair, etc
- Skein must be minimum 50g and description must include but not limited to fibre content, source of fibre and method of spinning.

Prizes: 1st: $10, 2nd: $8, 3rd: $6

5.

Any article (knitted, crocheted or woven) made with hand spun yarn

- Must include a description with fibre content, source of fibre and 1m sample of hand spun yarn.

Prizes: 1st: $10, 2nd: $8, 3rd: $6

6.

Open class - Any handwoven article

- Must include fibres used.

Prizes: 1st: $10, 2nd: $8, 3rd: $6

7.

One Photograph 4x6 depicting LEX theme "A Family A*Fair"

Prizes: 1st: $50, 2nd: $25

Sponsor: Evelyn Chambers

 
 
 
Youth Classes

YOUTH CLASSES - DIVISION 80

  • Open to 4-H Members and other youth.
  • No Administration fee.
  • Use Homecraft entry form.
  • Obtain entry tags (pre-printed) from the Fair Office with exhibitor number.
  • Deliver exhibits to the Homecraft Area (not Junior Arts area).
  • 17cm plate is to be used unless otherwise specified.



Youth Exhibitor 8-12 Years of Age


Prizes: 1st: $8, 2nd: $6, 3rd: $4

Classes:

1.

Sewn Article - Youth Exhibitor 8 - 12 years of age

- Submit 1 article of clothing

Sponsor: Evelyn & Ross Chambers

2.

Sewn Article - Youth Exhibitor 8 - 12 years of age

- Submit 2 pieces of clothing

Sponsor: Evelyn & Ross Chambers

3.

Sewn Article - Youth Exhibitor 8 - 12 years of age

- Submit 1 piece, other than clothing

Sponsor: Evelyn & Ross Chambers

4.

Hand Quilted Article - Youth Exhibitor 8 - 12 years of age

Sponsor: Evelyn & Ross Chambers

5.

Machine Quilted Article - Youth Exhibitor 8 - 12 years of age

Sponsor: Evelyn & Ross Chambers

6.

Knitted Article - Youth Exhibitor 8 - 12 years of age

Sponsor: Evelyn & Ross Chambers

7.

Crocheted Article - Youth Exhibitor 8 - 12 years of age

Sponsor: Evelyn & Ross Chambers

8.

Scrapbooking Page - Youth Exhibitor 8 - 12 years of age

Sponsor: Evelyn & Ross Chambers

9.

Apple Pie - Youth Exhibitor 8 - 12 years of age

- Submit one 4" wedge.

Sponsor: Evelyn & Ross Chambers

10.

Cinnamon Buns - Youth Exhibitor 8 - 12 years of age

- Submit 4 joined.

Sponsor: Evelyn & Ross Chambers

11.

Baked Chocolate Chip Bars - Youth Exhibitor 8 - 12 years of age

- Submit 3 bars.

Sponsor: Evelyn & Ross Chambers

12.

Maple Syrup - Youth Exhibitor 8 - 12 years of age

- 250 mL maple syrup jar, no labels (only entry tag)

*Legal size maple syrup jars can be made available at the LEX office*

13.

Maple Syrup Granola - Youth Exhibitor 8 - 12 years of age Prize: Jar of Maple Syrup Sponsered by Kennedy Farms. Prize Money Donated by Suzanne Barker.

- Made using recipe provided below

Sponsor: Suzanne Barker


Youth Exhibitor 13-17 Years of Age


14.

Sewn Article - Youth Exhibitor 13 - 17 years of age

- Submit 1 piece of clothing

15.

Sewn Article - Youth Exhibitor 13 - 17 years of age

- Submit 2 pieces of clothing

16.

Sewn Article - Youth Exhibitor 13 - 17 years of age

- Submit 1 piece, other than clothing

17.

Hand Quilted Article - Youth Exhibitor 13 - 17 years of age

18.

Machine Quilted Article - Youth Exhibitor 13 - 17 years of age

19.

Knitted Article - Youth Exhibitor 13 - 17 years of age

20.

Crocheted Article - Youth Exhibitor 13 - 17 years of age

21.

Scrapbooking Page - Youth Exhibitor 13 - 17 years of age

22.

Apple Pie - Youth Exhibitor 13 - 17 years of age

- Submit one (1) 4" wedge

23.

Cinnamon Buns - Youth Exhibitor 13 - 17 years of age

- Submit 4 buns joined

24.

Baked Chocolate Chip Bars - Youth Exhibitor 13 - 17 years of age

- Submit 3 bars

25.

Maple Syrup - Youth Exhibitor 13 - 17 years of age

- 250 mL maple syrup jar, no labels (only entry tag)

*Legal size maple syrup jars can be made available at the LEX office*

26.

Maple Syrup Granola - Youth Exhibitor 13 - 17 years of age Prizes: 1st: Jar of Maple Syrup Donated by Kennedy Farms., 2nd: $6 Prize Money Donated by Suzanne Barker

- Made using recipe provided below.

Sponsor: Suzanne Barker


4-H SPECIAL


27.

Decorated Cake for Special Occasion - 8" x 8" pan - OPEN TO CURRENT 4-H MEMBERS Prizes: 1st: $25, 2nd: $20, 3rd: $15

- Judged on decorations only

Sponsor: Suzanne Barker


Maple Syrup Granola Recipe

To be used for Class 13 & 26 of Division 80


IngredientsInstructions
2/3 CupMaple Syrup4 CupsOld Fashion Oats1.Preheat oven to 300ºC.
1/3 CupPacked Brown Sugar1 CupSliced Almonds2.Combine maple syrup and sugar in a medium sauce pan, on medium heat. Stir frequently until the sugar has dissolved, then remove from heat.
2 Tsp.Vanilla1 CupFlaked Coconut

3.

Add vanilla & stir in.
1/2 CupSunflower Seeds4.In separate bowl, combine dry ingredients, reserve raisins/craisins. Once combined, add syrup mixture to dry ingredients. Stir until all dry ingredients are thoroughly covered.
2 CupsRaisins OR Crasins5.Prepare a baking sheet with cooking spray. Pour mixture onto sheet and spread evenly.
6.Cook for 20 minutes, stirring at 5 minute intervals. Add raisins/craisins in last 10 minutes of cook time, then continue to stir at 5 minute intervals or until golden brown and crunchy.




     
     
    Home Baking Specials

    HOME BAKING SPECIALS - DIVISION 81

    Please read rules and regulations carefully.

    • Absolutely no cannabis or cannabis by-products allowed.
    • All breads to be in plastic bags on a suitable plate.
    • All loaves and cakes should be on foil covered cardboard, no larger than the baked item.
    • All foods are to be covered with clear plastic bags were possible (no plastic wrap) and exhibited on a small white paper plate.
    • Entry tags to be stapled to the plate, but not through the plastic.
    • Foil pie plates need to be tempered in a 400°F oven for 15 minutes in order for the bottom crust to cook.

    Prizes: 1st: $12, 2nd: $8, 3rd: $5

    Classes:

    1.

    Homemaker's Special

    - Suitably displayed in bun basket no larger than 9"

    - 3 Tarts of your choice
    - 3 Tea biscuits plain with raisins
    - 1 Jam of your choice (125 mL)

    Prizes: 1st: $50, 2nd: $30, 3rd: $20

    Sponsor: Jody Clements

    2.

    Raisin Pie

    Prizes: 1st: $50, 2nd: $30, 3rd: $20

    Sponsor: MaryLou Smith

    3.

    Cherry Pie

    Prizes: 1st: $50, 2nd: $30, 3rd: $20

    Sponsor: Barb Francis

    4.

    Apple Pie

    - 2 Crusts, Plain.

    Prizes: 1st: $50, 2nd: $30, 3rd: $20

    Sponsor: Eleanor Mahood

    5.

    Butter Tarts

    - Submit 3 tarts with fruit

    Sponsor: Melissa O'Neill

    6.

    Shortbread Cookies

    - Submit 3 cookies ( made with butter)

    - Displayed on a small plate

    Sponsor: Betty Lester

    7.

    Chocolate Chip Muffins

    - Submit 3 muffins

    Sponsor: Andy Letham

    8.

    Maple Syrup Granola

    - Made using Maple Syrup Granola recipe provided.

    Prizes: 1st: Will receive a jar of Maple Syrup Donated by Kennedy Farms, 2nd: $8 and Prize Money donated by Suzanne Barker., 3rd: $5

    Sponsor: Suzanne Barker


    Maple Syrup Granola Recipe

    To be used for Class 13 & 26 of Division 80


    IngredientsInstructions
    2/3 CupMaple Syrup4 CupsOld Fashion Oats1.Preheat oven to 300ºC.
    1/3 CupPacked Brown Sugar1 CupSliced Almonds2.Combine maple syrup and sugar in a medium sauce pan, on medium heat. Stir frequently until the sugar has dissolved, then remove from heat.
    2 Tsp.Vanilla1 CupFlaked Coconut

    3.

    Add vanilla & stir in.
    1/2 CupSunflower Seeds4.In separate bowl, combine dry ingredients, reserve raisins/craisins. Once combined, add syrup mixture to dry ingredients. Stir until all dry ingredients are thoroughly covered.
    2 CupsRaisins OR Crasins5.Prepare a baking sheet with cooking spray. Pour mixture onto sheet and spread evenly.
    6.Cook for 20 minutes, stirring at 5 minute intervals. Add raisins/craisins in last 10 minutes of cook time, then continue to stir at 5 minute intervals or until golden brown and crunchy.




       
       
       
      Home Baking

      HOME BAKING - DIVISION 82

      Prizes: 1st: $8, 2nd: $6, 3rd: $4

      Classes:

      1.

      Butter Tarts

      - Submit 5 full size tarts, plain.

      Winner will be eligible to compete at the OAAS District level in October.
      Refer to OAAS ButterTart Competition Rules in the Homecraft Department, Rules & Regulations

      2.

      White Bread

      - Machine made.

      3.

      Homemade Bread

      - Submit 1 loaf.

      - White bread (not machine made).

      4.

      Homemade Rolls

      - Submit 3 rolls.

      - White bread (not machine made).

      5.

      Plain Unglazed Tea Biscuits

      - Submit 3.

      6.

      Fruit Loaf

      - Choose ONE of: Banana, Pumpkin, Zuchini, Cherry, or Lemon (Must be NAMED).

      - Use SMALL loaf pan.

      7.

      Muffins

      - Submit 3 of any variety (all the same), must be named.

      8.

      8" Iced Cake

      - Carrot OR Banana, must be named.

      9.

      Iced Cupcakes

      - Submit 3 of any variety.

      10.

      Tarts

      - Submit 3 of any variety (all the same), must be named.

      11.

      Baked Squares

      - Submit 3 of any variety (all the same), must be named.

      12.

      Unbaked Squares

      - Submit 3 of any variety (all the same), must be named.

      13.

      Iced Brownies

      - Submit 3.

      14.

      Favourite Lunchbox Cookies

      - Choose 3 varieties and submit 3 of each variety, must be named.

      15.

      Peanut Butter Cookies

      - Submit 3.

      16.

      Fancy Cookies

      - Submit 3.

      17.

      Homemade Fudge

      - Submit 3 pieces of any flavour, must be named.




      HONEY BAKING SPECIALS

      The following classes are sponsored in Memory of Joe Valas



      18.

      Honey Oatmeal Cookies

      - Submit 3 cookies.

      - Bake using the recipe below.

      Prizes: 1st: $25, 2nd: $15, 3rd: $10

      Ingredients
      1 cup honey
      1/2 cup shortening
      1 egg, beaten
      1 1/2 cups sifted flour



      1/2 tsp salt
      1 2/3 cups rolled oats
      4 tbsp sour milk or buttermilk
      1/2 tsp baking soda
      1 cup raisins

      Instructions
      In a large bowl cream together honey and shortening.
      Beat in egg until smooth.
      Sift together flour, baking soda and salt.
      Mix with rolled oats. Add dry ingredients alternately with sour milk to creamed mixture. Mix well and stir in raisins.
      Drop by spoonfuls onto an ungreased cookie sheet. Bake at 375° for 12-15 minutes.

      Makes 2 dozen cookies.


      19.

      Banana Raisin Muffins

      - Submit 3 muffins.

      - Bake using recipe below.

      Prizes: 1st: $25, 2nd: $15, 3rd: $10

      Ingredients
      1 1/4 cups all purpose flour
      2 tsp baking powder
      1/4 tsp baking soda
      1/2 tsp salt
      1/2 cup raisins
      1 cup mashed, ripe banana

      1/4 cup honey
      1 egg
      1 tbsp milk
      1/3 cup oil
      1/4 tsp vanilla

      Instructions
      Combine dry ingredients and raisins. Stir together honey, banana, egg, milk, oil and vanilla. Add liquid ingredients to dry ingredients. Stir just to blend.
      Fill greased muffin tins 3/4 full.
      Bake at 400° for 18-20 minutes or until lightly browned.
      Makes 12 muffins.


       
       
       
       
      Canning And Preserving

      CANNING and PRESERVING - DIVISION 83

      ABSOLUTELY NO CANNABIS OR CANNABIS BY-PRODUCTS ALLOWED

      • Must be made after September 17, 2021.
      • All jars must be clean and free of mould and rust.
      • All jars must be properly sealed with new tops with screw bands (no rust).
      • Must state date made.
      • No artificial colouring.
      • No freezer jam.
      • ONLY JARS & RINGS will be returned to the exhibitor. All seals and leftover product will be destroyed.

      Prizes: 1st: $8, 2nd: $6, 3rd: $4

      Classes:

      1.

      Raspberry Jam

      - 125 mL jar

      2.

      Strawberry Jam

      - 125 mL jar

      3.

      Peach Jam

      - 125 mL jar

      4.

      Jam - Any Variety Not Listed

      - Must be labeled.

      - 125 mL jar

      5.

      Marmalade - Any Variety

      - Must be labeled.

      -125 mL jar

      6.

      Red Currant Jelly

      - 125 mL jar

      7.

      Grape Jelly

      - 125 mL jar

      8.

      Red Pepper Jelly

      - 125 mL jar

      9.

      Jelly - Any Variety Not Listed

      - Must be labeled

      - 125 mL jar

      10.

      Canned Peaches

      11.

      Canned Pears

      12.

      Applesauce

      13.

      Mixed Fruit Sauce




      PICKLED PRODUCTS




      ONLY JARS & RINGS will be returned to the exhibitor. All seals and leftover product will be destroyed.


      14.

      Chili Sauce

      - 250 mL jar

      15.

      Corn Relish

      - 250 mL jar

      16.

      Green Hot Dog Relish

      - 250 mL jar

      17.

      Zucchini Relish

      - 250 mL jar

      18.

      Relish - Open, Any Variety Not Listed

      - Must be labeled.

      - 250 mL jar

      19.

      Dill Pickles

      - 500 mL jar

      20.

      Mustard Pickles

      - 500 mL jar

      21.

      Bread & Butter Pickles

      - 500 mL jar

      22.

      Sweet Mixed Pickles

      - 500 mL jar

      23.

      Spiced Pickled Beets

      - 500 mL jar

      24.

      Pickled Beets

      - 500 mL jar

      25.

      Pickles - Open, Any Variety Not Listed

      - Must be labeled.

      - 500 mL jar

      26.

      Boiled Salad Dressing

      - 125 mL jar

      27.

      Salsa Sauce

      - 125 mL jar

      Sponsor: Lourdes Rich

       
       
      Clothing

      CLOTHING - DIVISION 84


      ADULT CLOTHING - Size XS - XXL

      • To be sewn unless otherwise specified.
      • *NEW FOR 2022* Securely attach (safety pin or staple) a fabric swatch to sewn items.
      • *NEW FOR 2022* Securely attach (safety pin or staple) a sample of yarn(s) and label(s) to knitted or crocheted items.

      Prizes: 1st: $8, 2nd: $6, 3rd: $4

      Classes:

      1.

      Half Apron

      - Sample of fabric swatch attached.

      2.

      Kitchen Apron With Bib

      - Sample of fabric swatch attached.

      3.

      Exercise, Bathing Suit, Dance, or Skating Outfit

      - Stretchy Fabric.

      - Sample of fabric swatch attached.

      4.

      Dress with Sleeves

      - Sample of fabric swatch attached.

      5.

      Sundress or Jumper Fabric

      - Sample of fabric swatch attached.

      6.

      Jacket

      - Not Fleece

      - Sample of fabric swatch attached.

      7.

      Poncho/Cape

      - Any Material.

      - Sample of material attached.

      8.

      Adult Knee Length Skirt

      - With OR without zipper.

      - Any Pattern.
      - Sample of fabric swatch attached.

      9.

      Adult Shirt

      - Any Fabric.

      - Any Style.
      - Sample of fabric swatch attached.

      10.

      Adult Blouse

      - Sample of fabric swatch attached.

      11.

      Adult Pants

      - Sample of fabric swatch attached.

      12.

      Adult Sleep Wear

      - Sample of fabric swatch attached.

      13.

      Adult Shorts

      - Sample of fabric swatch attached.

      14.

      Adult Scarf

      - Not Fleece.

      - Attach material swatch with entry.

      15.

      Adult Vest

      - Any fabric OR fleece.

      - Sample of fabric swatch attached.

      16.

      Knitted Adult Hat

      - Hand Knitted

      - Sample of yarn and label attached.

      17.

      Knitted Adult Cardigan OR Pullover

      - Hand Knitted

      - Sample of yarn and label attached.

      18.

      Knitted Adult Infinity / Cowl Scarf

      - Hand Knitted

      - Sample of yarn and label attached.

      19.

      Knitted Adults Mitts

      - Hand Knitted

      - Sample of yarn and label attached.

      20.

      Knitted Adult Slippers

      - Hand Knitted

      - Sample of yarn and label attached.

      21.

      SPECIAL - Knitted Socks

      - Hand Knitted

      - Sample of yarn and label attached.

      Prizes: 1st: Skein of wool, 2nd: $15 gift certificate, 3rd: $10 gift certificate

      Sponsor: Aberdeen's Wool Company

      22.

      SPECIAL - Knitted Shawl

      - Knitted

      - Sample of yarn and label attached.

      Prizes: 1st: Skein of wool, 2nd: $15 gift certificate, 3rd: $10 gift certificate

      Sponsor: Aberdeen's Wool Company

      23.

      Knitted or Crochet Adult Vest

      - Hand Knitted or Crocheted

      - Sample of yarn and label attached.

      24.

      Crochet Adult Sweater

      - Sample of yarn and label attached.

      25.

      Crocheted Adult Hat

      - Sample of yarn and label attached.

      26.

      Crocheted Shawl OR Wrap

      - Sample of yarn and label attached.

      27.

      Crocheted Adult Slippers

      - Sample of yarn and label attached.

      28.

      Smittens

      - Mittens made from recycled sweaters.

      29.

      Open Class

      - Any other adult clothing item not listed above.

      - Sample of yarn and label attached.



      CHILD'S CLOTHING - Size 1 year to 12 years


      30.

      Knitted Nordic Child's Pullover

      - Hand Knitted, Nordic Pattern.

      - Yoke pattern, no side or sleeve seams, may have pattern above cuff and waistband.
      - Sample of yarn and label attached.

      31.

      Knitted Child's Pullover

      - Hand Knitted

      - Any pattern other than Nordic.
      - Sample of yarn and label attached.

      32.

      Knitted Child's Cardigan

      - Hand Knitted

      - Sample of yarn and label attached.

      33.

      Knitted Child's Hat & Mitts

      - Hand Knitted

      - Sample of yarn and label attached.

      34.

      Knitted Child's Socks

      - Hand Knitted

      - Sample of yarn and label attached.

      35.

      Knitted Child's Slippers

      - Hand Knitted

      - Sample of yarn and label attached.

      36.

      Child's 2 Piece Set

      - Top & Bottom.

      - Sample of yarn and label attached.

      37.

      Child's Blouse

      38.

      Child's Skirt

      39.

      Child's Sundress

      - Fabric

      40.

      Child's Sleep Wear

      41.

      Open Class

      - Any hand knitted or crocheted article of child's clothing.

      - Not listed in classes 8430 - 8445.



      INFANT WEAR - Up to 24 months


      42.

      Knitted Infant's Sweater with Hood

      - Hand Knitted

      43.

      Knitted Infant's Sweater Coat, Bonnet & Booties

      - Hand Knitted.

      44.

      Knitted Infant's Dress

      - Hand Knitted

      45.

      Knitted Infant's Shawl

      - Hand Knitted

      - Minimum 92 cm x 114 cm (36" x 45").

      46.

      Infant's Sleep Sack

      - Knitted or Crocheted

      47.

      Crochet Infant's Sweater Coat & Bonnet

      - Crocheted

      48.

      Crochet Infant's Dress

      - Crocheted

      49.

      Crochet Infant's Shawl

      - Crocheted

      - Minimum 92 cm x 114 cm (36" x 45").

      50.

      Infant's Romper

      51.

      Infant's Dress

      - Fabric

      52.

      Open Class

      - Any hand knitted or crocheted article of infant's clothing not listed above.

       
       
      Quilts & Handicrafts

      QUILTS & HANDICRAFTS - DIVISION 85


      SPECIAL RULES & REGULATIONS

      OAAS HAND QUILTED QUILT COMPETITION

      Division 85, Classes 1 - 6 & 11 - 21

      Rules for 2022 Fairs & 2023 Convention

      1. Please review the General Competition Rules document. https://ontarioagsocieties.com/images/2021/General_Rules_2022.pdf
      2. The quilt must be solely made, and hand quilted by the exhibitor and exhibited and judged at a local Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies (OAAS) fair to be eligible for this competition.
      3. Quilts to be measured on the perimeter. Total perimeter measurement to be a minimum of 324 inches. Note the quilt can be square, rectangular etc. All 4 sides must be measured to determine the perimeter measurement.
      4. The quilting must be through all 3 layers (top, batting and back) and not be mounted on a frame. The quilt may have a sleeve attached to the back for the purpose of hanging the quilt.
      5. The winning OAAS Hand Quilt will not be eligible to compete in any future OAAS fair, district and/or provincial competitions.
      6. It is the exhibitor’s responsibility to give credit to the original designer of the quilt pattern based on copyright rules.

      District Competition

      7. Each local fair is entitled to send their best of show of all eligible hand quilts to the district competition.
      8. If the fair’s best of show hand quilt has won at more than one fair, the exhibitor must consider their own agricultural society as the one from which the quilt will be sent to the district meeting, otherwise it should be sent from the agricultural society nearest his/her home address. The other fairs at which this quilt was entered and won, may enter their second best of show hand quilt into the district competition.
      9. An exhibitor who wins more than one best of show title with different hand quilts at different fairs is entitled to enter each winning quilt in the district competition.
      10. If an exhibitor is exhibiting in more than one district, they are entitled to enter different winning quilts at different district competitions but cannot enter the same quilt at more than one district competition.
      11. The OAAS will award a ribbon to exhibitors of winning hand quilts at each district competition.
      12. A photo of the top three placed hand quilts at the district competition must accompany the “OAAS Championship Quilt Entry Form”

      Provincial Competition

      13. A $500.00 GRAND PRIZE and rosette will be awarded. The exhibitor will retain ownership of the quilt.
      14. A $100 RESERVE GRAND PRIZE will be awarded. The exhibitor will retain ownership of the quilt.

      Judging Standards

      25 General Appearance & Design
      20
      Colour & Materials
      55
      Workmanship
      30 Quilting
      10 Borders
      15 Binding and Picots


          OAAS MACHINE QUILTED QUILT COMPETITION

          Division 85, classes 22 - 32

          Rules for 2022 Fairs & 2023 Convention

          1. Please review the General Competition Rules document. https://ontarioagsocieties.com/images/2021/General_Rules_2022.pdf
          2. The quilt must be solely made, and machine quilted by the exhibitor and exhibited and judged at a local Ontario Association of Agricultural
          Societies (OAAS) fair to be eligible for this competition.
          3. Quilts to be measured on the perimeter. Total perimeter measurement to be a minimum of 324 inches. Note the quilt can be square, rectangular etc. All 4 sides must be measured to determine the perimeter measurement.
          4. The quilting must be through all 3 layers (top, batting and back) and not be mounted on a frame. The quilt may have a sleeve attached to the back for the purpose of hanging the quilt.
          5. The winning OAAS Machine Quilt will not be eligible to compete in any future OAAS fair, district and/or provincial competitions.
          6. It is the exhibitor’s responsibility to give credit to the original designer of the quilt pattern based on copyright rules.
          7. The use of domestic, mid arm and/or long arm equipment is permitted on hand or computer guided machine quilt entries.

          District Competition

          8. Each local fair is entitled to send their best of show of all eligible machine quilts to the district competition.
          9. If the fair’s best of show machine quilt classes has won at more than one fair, the exhibitor must consider their own agricultural society as the one from which the quilt will be sent to the district meeting, otherwise it should be sent from the agricultural society nearest his/her home address. The other fairs at which this quilt was entered and won, may enter their second best of show machine quilt in the district competition.
          10. An exhibitor who wins more than one best of show title with different machine quilts at different fairs is entitled to enter each winning quilt in the district competition.
          11. If an exhibitor is exhibiting in more than one district, they are entitled to enter different winning quilts at different district competitions but cannot enter the same quilt at more than one district competition.
          12. The OAAS will award a ribbon to exhibitors of winning machine quilts at each district competition.
          13. A photo of the top three placed machine quilts at the district competition must accompany the “OAAS Championship Quilt Entry Form”

          Provincial Competition

          14. All quilts entered in the competition must be machine quilted.
          15. A $500.00 GRAND PRIZE and rosette will be awarded. The exhibitor will retain ownership of the quilt.
          16. A $100 RESERVE GRAND PRIZE will be awarded. The exhibitor will retain ownership of the quilt.

          Judging Standards

          25 General Appearance & Design
          20
          Colour & Materials
          55
          Workmanship
          30 Quilting
          10 Borders
          15 Binding and Picots


          QUILTS and HANDICRAFTS - DIVISION 85

          INCLUDES QUILTS, RUGS, AFGHANS, THROWS AND HANDICRAFTS

          • Quilts must have been made since September 2020.
          • Quilts may be shown in 2 consecutive years.
          • All quilts to be hand quilted unless otherwise stated.
          • Quilts created by more than one person must display names of all who contributed.
          • Name of pattern (if known) must be attached.
          • Please remove all pencil marks from quilts.


          HAND QUILTING

          Please read full Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies qualification rules on the previous page to ensure your entry meets all qualification requirements.

          *Exhibits to be 72" x 90" or 183 cm x 230 cm, as per OAAS Regulations*

          *All EXHIBITS IN CLASSES 8501 TO 8521 ARE TO BE HAND QUILTED*

          Prizes: 1st: $15, 2nd: $12, 3rd: $8

          Classes:

          1.

          Piecework Quilt

          2.

          Piecework Quilt by Exhibitor

          - Hand quilted by other/others.

          3.

          Applique & Embroidery Quilt

          4.

          Piecework & Embroidery Quilt

          5.

          Reversible Quilt

          - Judged on hand quilting only.

          6.

          Quilt by a First Time Quilter

          - Judged on hand quilting only.

          7.

          Quilt with Pre-Printed (cheater) Panels

          8.

          Piecework Quilt

          - Made by more than one person.

          - Not eligible for OAAS Hand Quilted Competition.

          9.

          Applique Quilt

          - Made by more than one person.

          - Not eligible for OAAS Hand Quilted Competition.

          10.

          Piecework & Applique Quilt

          - Made by more than one person.

          - Not eligible for OAAS Hand Quilted Competition.

          11.

          Machine Embroidered Quilt

          - Hand quilted with machine embroidery.

          12.

          Hand Embroidered Quilt

          - Made by more than one person.

          13.

          Piecework Quilt Tied by Exhibitor

          14.

          SPECIAL - Quilt Done by a Senior

          - 65 years and older.

          Prizes: 1st: $25, 2nd: $20, 3rd: $15

          Sponsor: Suzanne Barker

          15.

          Quilt Block

          - Mounted & named.

          - Minimum 12" x 12".

          16.

          Mini Quilt Block

          - Mounted & named.

          - Maximum 6" x 6".

          17.

          Pieced Quilt Top

          18.

          Appliqued Quilt Top

          19.

          Sampler Quilt

          20.

          Crib Quilt

          21.

          Wall Hanging

          - Pieced & hand quilted.

          - Min 100" perimeter.


          MACHINE QUILTING

          Please read full Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies(OAAS) qualification rules at the begining of DIVISION 85 to ensure your entry meets all qualification requirements.

          *All EXHIBITS IN CLASSES 8522 TO 8532 ARE TO BE MACHINE QUILTED ON A DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE*

          Prizes: 1st: $15, 2nd: $12, 3rd: $8 unless otherwise stated

          22.

          Open Quilt Class

          - Free motion quilted on a sit down machine.

          - Made by one or more people.

          Prizes: 1st: $25, 2nd: $15, 3rd: $10

          Sponsor: Valerie Markle

          23.

          Pieced Wall Hanging

          - Machine quilted by exhibitor.

          - Not to exceed 24" x 36" finished.

          24.

          Machine Embroidered Quilt

          - Machine quilted.

          25.

          Piecework Quilt

          - Machine quilted by exhibitor.

          26.

          Piecework Applique Quilt

          - Machine quilted.

          27.

          Quilt with Pre-Printed (cheater) Panels

          - Machine quilted.

          28.

          Piecework Quilt Tied by Exhibitor

          29.

          Rag Quilt

          - Machine quilted.

          30.

          Crib Quilt

          - Machine quilted.

          31.

          Thread Painting on Printer Panel

          Prizes: 1st: $50, 2nd: $30, 3rd: $20, 4th: $0

          Sponsor: Appleseed Quiltworks

          32.

          Open Class - Quilted Article

          - Any article not listed above.


          LONG ARM QUILTING

          Please read full Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies qualification rules on the previous page to ensure your entry meets all qualification requirements.


          *All EXHIBITS IN CLASSES 8533 TO 8540 ARE TO BE QUILTED ON A LONG ARM*

          Prizes: 1st: $15, 2nd: $12, 3rd: $8 unless otherwise stated

          33.

          Piecework & Applique Quilt

          - Quilted on a long arm by exhibitor.

          Sponsor: Bev Fisher

          34.

          Piecework & Applique Quilt

          - Quilted on a long arm.

          - May be done by a person other than exhibitor.

          35.

          Quilt

          - Piecework by exhibitor and long arm pantograph quilted by exhibitor.

          36.

          Quilt

          - Piecework by exhibitor and long arm pantograph quilted by someone other than exhibitor.

          37.

          Quilt

          - Piecework by exhibitor and free-motion long arm quilted by exhibitor.

          38.

          Quilt

          - Piecework by exhibitor and free-motion long arm quilted by someone other than exhibitor.

          39.

          Quilt

          - Piecework by exhibitor and computer long-arm quilted by exhibitor.

          40.

          Quilt

          - Piecework by exhibitor and computer long-arm quilted by someone other than exhibitor.


          HANDICRAFTS

          Handicrafts must have been made since September 2021
          Prizes: 1st: $15, 2nd: $12, 3rd: $8 unless otherwise stated

          41.

          Knitted Afghan or Throw

          - Maximum 48" x 66".

          42.

          Crocheted Afghan or Throw

          - Maximum 48" x 66".

          43.

          Crocheted Afghan or Throw

          - Squares

          - Minimum 48" x 66".

          44.

          Afghan or Throw

          - Any other material (ex. fleece).

          - Over 48" x 66".

          45.

          Open Crocheted or Knitted Article

          - Any article not listed above.

          - Maximum 48" x 66".

          46.

          Article of Swedish Weaving

          47.

          Open Class - Bedspread

          48.

          Rug

          - Hooked on burlap linen.

          49.

          Rug

          - Latched on canvas.

          50.

          Rug

          - Any other variety.

          51.

          Needlepoint Picture

          - No petit point.

          - Ready for hanging.
          - No dowels.
          - Picture frame over 10" x 12".

          52.

          Needlepoint Picture

          - No petit point.

          - Ready for hanging.
          - No Dowels.
          - Picture frame 10" x 12" or under.

          53.

          Needlepoint

          - On plastic canvas.

          - Not larger than 10" x 12".

          54.

          Cross Stitch

          - Counted picture.

          - Ready for hanging.

          55.

          Open Cross Stitch

          - Any other article.

          - Counted & finished.
          - Not a picture or framed.

          56.

          Crocheted Doily

          - Mounted on bristol board (no staples).

          - 12" or under.

          57.

          Knitted Doily

          - Mounted on bristol board (no staples).

          - 12" or under.

          58.

          Fabric Tablecloth

          -Minimum 36" x 36".

          59.

          Tote Bag

          - Any material.

          - No larger than 16" x 18".

          60.

          Purse with Clasp

          - Maximum 12" x 18".

          61.

          Embroidered Pillowcase

          - Submit 1.

          - Coloured embroidery.

          62.

          Lace Trimmed Pillowcase

          - Submit 1.

          - Crocheted lace trim.

          63.

          Fabric Pillow Sham

          - Submit 1.

          64.

          Pieced Table Runner

          65.

          Open Class - Embroidered Article

          - Any embroidered article not listed above.

          - Any crewel.

          66.

          Tea Cozy

          - Not to be displayed with tea pot.

          67.

          Egg Warmer

          68.

          Oven Mitts

          - 1 Pair.

          69.

          Practical Pot Holders

          - 1 Pair.

          70.

          Decorative Pot Holders

          - 1 Pair.

          71.

          Hot Dish Mats

          - Set of 2.

          72.

          Handmade Dish Cloth

          73.

          Placemats

          - Set of 2.

          74.

          Open Class - Article of Creative Stitchery

          - Use of a kit is permitted.

          75.

          Folded Star

          - Any article.

          76.

          Crocheted Cushion

          77.

          Knitted Cushion

          78.

          Patchwork Cushion

          79.

          Machine Quilted Cushion

          80.

          Embroidered Cushion

          - Machine quilted.

          81.

          Children's Novelty Cushion

          82.

          Fancy Cushion

          83.

          Celtic Design Cushion

          84.

          Open Class - Cushion

          - Any article not listed above.

          85.

          Pair of Dressed Dolls

          - No false bottoms (i.e. air fresheners).

          86.

          Pair of Animals

          - Stuffed & dressed.

          87.

          Doll

          - 1 Doll stuffed & dressed.

          88.

          Doll Dressed in Fabric Clothing

          - 1 Doll.

          - Judged on clothing only.

          89.

          Doll Dressed in Crocheted Clothing

          - 1 Doll.

          - Judged on clothing only.

          90.

          Doll Dressed in Knitted Clothing

          - 1 Doll

          - Judged on clothing only.

          91.

          Stuffed Animal

          92.

          Cabbage Patch Doll's Outfit

          93.

          Child's Toy

          - 1 Article.

          94.

          Infant's Toy

          - 1 Article.

          95.

          Child's Hand Puppet

          96.

          Open Class

          - Any article not listed above (named).

          - Not over 16" in any direction.

           
           
           
           
          Handcrafted Hobbies


          HANDCRAFTED HOBBIES - DIVISION 86

          • Including Christmas Decorations.
          • Handicrafts must have been made since September, 2021.

          Prizes: 1st: $8, 2nd: $6, 3rd: $4

          Classes:

          1.

          Decorative Table Center Piece

          2.

          Arrangement of Artificial Flowers

          - Maximum 16" high.

          3.

          Arrangement of Dried Material

          4.

          Pinecone Craft

          - Any article other than a wreath.

          5.

          Bead Work

          6.

          Fall Door Decoration

          - Maximum 14".

          7.

          Decorated Wreath

          - Other than Christmas decoration.

          - Fitted with hanger.
          - No ceramic.
          - Maximum 14"

          8.

          Folk Art - Painted on Wood

          - Maximum 12"

          9.

          Folk Art - Painted on Something Other Than Wood

          - Maximum 12"

          10.

          Handmade Candle

          11.

          Hand Stamped Greeting Card

          - Any theme.

          12.

          Scrapbooking Page

          - Any theme.

          - Maximum 12" x 12"

          13.

          Handmade Jewellery

          - Submit 1 item.

          14.

          Open Class

          - Any article not listed in classes 86-1 to 86-19 (must be named).

          - Maximum 12"


          CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS


          15.

          Christmas Gift Bag

          - Fabric

          - Maximum 18" x 18"

          16.

          Christmas Table Runner

          17.

          Christmas Door Decoration

          18.

          Fabric Christmas Stocking

          19.

          Christmas Wall Decoration

          - Ready to hang.

          - Maximum 10" x 18".

          20.

          Christmas Wall Hanging - ready to hang

          - Maximum 20" x 36".

          21.

          Christmas Wreath - open - ready to hang

          - Maximum 15" in diameter

          22.

          Christmas Tree Skirt

          23.

          Christmas Place Mats

          - Submit 2

          24.

          Advent Calendar

          25.

          Open Class - Any Tree Decoration

          - Submit 3 of the same medium.

          - Any other than above.
          - Mounted.

           
           
           
          Shop Craft Hobbies


          SHOP CRAFT HOBBIES - DIVISION 87

          Prizes: 1st: $8, 2nd: $6, 3rd: $4

          Classes:

          1.

          Article of Stained Glass

          2.

          Birdhouse

          3.

          Any Wooden Article

          - Hand carved

          - Must be dated

          4.

          Any Finished Wooden Article

          - Open to beginners only.

          - Must be dated.

          5.

          Intarsia

          6.

          Recycled Article

          - Any medium.

          - Maximum 18" x 18".

          7.

          Child's Toy

          - 12" to 16" in any direction.

          8.

          Any Turned Article

          - Finished, wood.

          - Must be dated.

          9.

          Barn Quilt

          Due to space restrictions, please submit a PHOTO of your barn quilt.

          - Must be DATED.
          - Must include LOCATION of quilt (may be used for promotional purposes).

          Art


          ART - DIVISION 88

          All exhibits must be secured and WIRED for hanging. No clips, string or saw tooth hangers etc. Please attach entry tag with string. All work must have been made since September, 2021. No pairs or collections. Exhibits must be plainly marked "COPIED" or "ORIGINAL".

          NOTE: Not to exceed 24" x 30" including frame.

          Any photography medium must be entered under PHOTOGRAPHY Division 89.

          Prizes: 1st: $8, 2nd: $6, 3rd: $4

          Judge: Chris Mann

          Classes:

          1.

          Landscape

          - Any medium.

          2.

          Dreamscape

          - Any medium.

          3.

          Wildlife

          - Any medium.

          4.

          Portrait

          - Any medium.

          5.

          Still Life

          - Any medium.

          6.

          Figure Drawing

          - Any medium.

          7.

          Pen & Ink

          - Open subject.

          8.

          Historical Landmark within the City of Kawartha Lakes

          - Any medium.

          - Give name & location of landmark.

          9.

          Non-Objective

          - Any medium.

          10.

          Sculpture

          - Any medium.

          11.

          Open Subject

          - Mixed mediums.

          - Identify mediums used.

          Crayola Special

          $50 to exhibitor with the most points in classes 8801 to 8811

          *Not to be awarded to any one exhibitor more than 2 consecutive years

          Prize: $50

          Sponsor: Crayola Canada

          Photography


          PHOTOGRAPHY - DIVISION 89

          • Open to amateurs NOT professionals.
          • Photographs not more than 4" x 6".
          • All exhibits MUST BE MOUNTED on black or white construction paper or bristol board, no larger than 6" x 8".
          • Photographs must not have been entered in this competition previously.
          • Photographs must be printed on proper photo paper.
          • Only one entry per class.
          • No digitally enhanced photos. Except for the Specials.
          • No photos downloaded from the internet.

          Prizes: 1st: $8, 2nd: $6, 3rd: $4

          Classes:

          1.

          Architecture

          2.

          Farm Work

          3.

          Flower

          - 1 Bloom

          4.

          Water in Motion

          5.

          Portrait of a Person

          6.

          Winter Scene

          - Colour or black and white.

          7.

          Animal in Motion

          8.

          Bird

          9.

          Wedding

          10.

          Children

          - Show more than one child.

          11.

          Stormy Weather

          12.

          Summer Scene

          - Colour or black and white.

          13.

          Taken at 2021 Merry & Bright Festival

          14.

          Fungus on Tree Stump

          15.

          Building or Buildings

          16.

          Portrait

          - Black & white.

          17.

          Macro

          Photography producing photographs of small items larger than life size.

          18.

          Funniest Pet

          In memory of Yvonne Chambers

          Prizes: 1st: $15, 2nd: $10

          Sponsor: Anna Cleary

          19.

          Animal Attraction

          - 1 Animal & 1 Person.

          Prizes: 1st: $25, 2nd: $20

          Sponsor: Suzanne Barker

          20.

          Backyard Oasis

          - Featuring gardens and green space.

          21.

          Open Class - Digitally Enhanced Photo

          - Include original & enhanced picture.

          Prizes: 1st: $15, 2nd: $10

          Sponsor: Jody Clements

          Special Needs


          SPECIAL NEEDS - DIVISION 90

          • NO ADMINISTRATION FEE REQUIRED for SPECIAL NEEDS classes. Rules for special needs classes only.
          • Entries delivered to the Commonwell Exhibition Building by: 2:00 pm MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 2022.
          • All articles must be handmade.
          • Baking to be displayed on a small paper plate and in a clear plastic bag, no plastic wrap.
          • ABSOLUTELY NO CANNABIS OR CANNABIS BY-PRODUCTS ALLOWED.
          • Must be made after September 17, 2020.
          • All jars must be clean and free of mould and rust.
          • All Jars must be properly sealed with new tops with screw bands (no rust).
          • Must state date made.
          • No artificial colouring.
          • No freezer jams.
          • ONLY JARS & RINGS will be returned to the exhibitor. All seals and leftover product will be destroyed.

          Prizes: 1st: $8, 2nd: $6, 3rd: $4

          Classes:

          1.

          Cookies

          - Submit 3 on a small plate.

          2.

          Rice Krispie Squares

          - Submit 3 on a small plate.

          3.

          Muffins

          - Submit 3 on a small plate.

          4.

          Brownies

          - Submit 3 on a small plate.

          5.

          Cupcakes

          - Submit 3 on a small plate, un-iced.

          6.

          Loaf

          - Any variety.

          7.

          Jam or Jelly

          - 1 Jar.

          - Not freezer jam or jelly.

          8.

          Salsa

          - Single 125mL jar.

          9.

          Article of Embroidery

          10.

          Quilted Article

          11.

          Stuffed Toy

          12.

          Cushion

          13.

          Shower Gift

          14.

          Hand Knitted Article

          15.

          Article Made from Popsicle Sticks

          - Maximum 8" x 10"

          16.

          Christmas Tree Decorations

          - Submit 3

          - Mounted

          17.

          Article Made of Wood

          - Maximum 8" x 10"

          18.

          Decorated Wood Article

          - Maximum 8" x 10"

          19.

          Pressed Flowers

          20.

          Scrap Booking Page

          - With captions

          - Maximum 12" x 12"

          21.

          Wreath

          - Ready to hang

          - Maximum 14" diameter

          22.

          Birdhouse or Bird Feeder

          23.

          Pencil Sketch

          - Maximum 12" x 14"

          24.

          Painting

          - Painted on a pre-printed form.

          - Maximum 12" x 14"

          25.

          Painting on Canvas

          - Maximum 12" x 14"

          26.

          Painting on Paper

          - Maximum 8.5" x 11"

          27.

          Colouring Page

          - From adult colouring book.

          28.

          Open Class

          - Any article not listed in classes 9001 to 9027.

          Manors


          MANORS - DIVISION 91

          • Open to all residents of Manors, Senior Citizen Homes, Hospitals, Chronic Care and Adult Day Care Centres.
          • RESIDENT'S FIRST NAME, LAST INITAL, and the manor name MUST be on the entry tag.
          • Article means one item, not a set.
          • One entry only per exhibitor per class.
          • No Jig Saw puzzles.
          • NO ADMINISTRATION FEE is required for the MANORS DIVISION.
          • Entries MUST be delivered to the Commonwell Exhibition Building for 2:00 pm on Monday, September 19.
          • Anyone exhibiting in classes other than 9101 to 9160 will be required to pay a regular administration fee of $10.00
          • ONLY JARS & RINGS will be returned to the exhibitor. All seals and leftover product will be destroyed.
          • ABSOLUTELY NO CANNABIS OR CANNABIS BY-PRODUCTS ALLOWED
          • Must be made after September 17, 2020.
          • All jars must be clean and free of mould and rust.
          • All jars must be properly sealed with new tops with screw bands (no rust).
          • Must state date made.
          • No artificial colouring.
          • No freezer jam.

          Reminder
          There will be NO PRIZE MONEY awarded for Manors classes. Ribbons will be awarded in each class. The TOP THREE INSTITUTIONS/PROGRAMS with the most points received in classes 9101 - 9160 will receive the winning entries from class 3202 in the Community Service Project division. If there are more than 3 entries in class 3202, the baskets will be awarded to other participating institutions/programs.

          Classes:

          1.

          Knitted Socks

          2.

          Knitted Slippers

          3.

          Knitted Scarf

          4.

          Knitted Mitts

          5.

          Knitted Toque

          6.

          Knitted or Crocheted Sweater or Vest

          7.

          Knitted or Crocheted Sweater, Bonnet & Booties

          8.

          Knitted or Crocheted Afghan

          9.

          Open Class - Any Knitted Article

          - Not listed above, named.

          10.

          Crocheted Doily

          - Under 12"

          11.

          Crocheted Doily

          - 12" or over

          12.

          Open Class - Any Crocheted Article

          - Not listed above, named.

          13.

          Cushion

          14.

          Decorated Hat

          15.

          Apron

          16.

          Child's Clothing

          17.

          Quilted Article

          - Hand sewn.

          18.

          Quilted Article

          - Machine quilted.

          19.

          Article of Silk Painting

          - Using microwave method.

          20.

          Scrap Booking Page with Captions

          - Maximum 12" x 12"

          21.

          Gift For A Grandchild

          - Handmade

          - For a 5 year old & under.

          22.

          Gift For A Grandchild

          - Handmade

          - For a 6 year old & over.

          23.

          Article of Embroidery

          24.

          Beaded Article

          - Submit 1

          25.

          Decorative Table Centre Piece

          - Maximum 12"

          26.

          Rice Krispie Squares

          - Submit 3 on a small plate.

          27.

          Cookies

          - Submit 3 on a small plate.

          28.

          Squares / Bars

          - Submit 3 on a small plate.

          29.

          Muffins

          - Submit 3 on a small plate.

          30.

          Any Variety Loaf

          - Submit 3 slices.

          31.

          Butter Tarts with Raisins

          - Submit 3 tarts.

          32.

          Open Class - Any Baking Item

          - Any other than listed in classes 26 to 31.

          33.

          Salsa

          - 125 mL jar

          - Made by 2 or more persons.

          34.

          Chili Sauce

          - 250 mL jar

          - Made by 2 or more persons.

          35.

          Hot Dog Relish

          - 250 mL jar

          - Made by 2 or more persons.

          36.

          Zucchini Relish

          - 250 mL jar

          - Made by 2 or more persons.

          37.

          Bread & Butter Pickles

          - 500 mL jar

          - Made by 2 or more persons.

          38.

          Marmalade

          - 125 mL jar

          - Made by 2 or more persons.

          39.

          Raspberry Jam

          - 125 mL jar

          - Not freezer jam.
          - Made by 2 or more persons.

          40.

          Peach Jam

          - 125 mL jar

          - Not freezer jam.
          - Made by 2 or more persons.

          41.

          Strawberry Jam

          - 125 mL jar

          - Not freezer jam.
          - Made by 2 or more persons.

          42.

          Blueberry Jam

          - 125 mL jar

          - Not freezer jam.
          - Made by 2 or more persons.

          43.

          Red Pepper Jelly

          - 125 mL jar

          - Not freezer jelly.
          - Made by 2 or more persons.

          44.

          Open Class - Any Preserve

          - Any item not listed in classes 33 - 43, named.

          - Appropriate sized jars:
          125 mL - Jam, Jelly, Salsa, etc.
          250 mL - Relish, Sauce, etc.
          500 mL - Pickled

          45.

          Christmas Wreath

          - Ready to hang

          - Approximately 14"

          46.

          Open Class - Any Other Christmas Decoration

          47.

          Open Class - Any Other Christmas Ornament

          48.

          Article Made with Pressed Dried Flowers

          49.

          Decorated Wood Article

          - Maximum 12" X 12"

          50.

          Handmade Candle

          - Made by 2 or more people.

          51.

          Homemade Potpourri

          52.

          Wreath

          - Any other than Christmas.

          - Ready to hang.
          - Approximately 14"

          53.

          Open Class - Any Other Door Swag or Wall Hanging

          - Ready to hang.

          54.

          "Gift" from Our Kitchen to Yours

          - Container not to exceed 12" x 10"

          55.

          Herbal Product

          56.

          Bath Product

          57.

          Small Houseplant

          - African Violet, Ivy etc.

          - Maximum 4" pot

          58.

          Water Colour Painting

          - 8.5" x 11"

          59.

          Colouring Page

          - From adult colouring book.

          60.

          Open Class

          - Any article not listed in classes 45 - 59