CLASSES 34 – 38

Chair: Gail McKinley
905-859-4578

Committee: Verna Rowland, Emily McKinley, Lucy McKinley, Melba McKinley, Stephanie McKinley

THIS YEAR’S THEME: “PAST, PRESENT, FUTURE. 165 AND STILL WE THRIVE”

  • Exhibits may be brought to the arena on Thurs. from 7-9 p.m. or Friday morning from 8.30 to 11.30 a.m.
  • All rules at the beginning of the Homecraft section apply
  • No entry fee is required in this section but ALL ENTRANTS MUST HAVE AN EXHIBITORS NUMBER available from the Junior Division chairperson or at the Arena
  • Please see the schoolwork section for school submitted entries (BLUE entry tags)
  • Plaques will be awarded to each champion in each category
  • Prizes for all sections, except Specials and O.A.A.S.

Competitions: 1st – $4,
2nd – $3.50, 3rd – $3

JUNIOR DIVISION – SPECIALS

These specials are open to all age groups.

1. ROBIN HOOD FLOUR: BEST LUNCH BOX SNACK
Best homemade squares or bars. Judging will be based on appearance, taste, texture and recipe creativity; Proof of purchase and recipe must accompany entry. – PRIZE $15

2. FLEISHMANN’S YEAST: OPEN BREAD BAKING CONTEST
Any whole loaf of bread using Fleishmann’s Yeast Judging based on appearance, taste, texture & recipe creativity – PRIZE $15

3. POSTER – 2014 Fair Theme “PAST, PRESENT, FUTURE. 165 AND STILL WE THRIVE” on 1/2 sheet of Bristol board – PRIZE $10

CLASS 34: SECTIONS 1-4

Ages 4 and under

CRAFTS & HOBBIES

1. Small monster from dryer lint

2. Your painted pet rock

3. Trace your foot on a paper plate and decorate it

4. Grow a bean in a container

HORTICULTURE

5. Grow a bean in a container

99. Most points by exhibitor in class 34 receives a special prize

CLASS 35: SECTIONS 1-5

Ages 5 and 6

CRAFTS & HOBBIES

1. Animal from cotton balls

2. Make a bracelet from cereal

3. Create a Sponge Bob

4. Decorate a paper bag puppet

HORTICULTURE

5. Grow a vegetable seed in a container

99. Most points by exhibitor in class 35 will receive a special prize

CLASS 36: SECTIONS 1-5

Ages 7 and 8

AMATEUR ART

Not larger than 10” x 12”

1. Draw a vehicle from the future

2. Draw a farmer CRAFTS & HOBBIES

CRAFTS AND HOBBIES

3. Build an antique tractor from Lego

4. Decorate a clay pot

5. Make an edible mouse

99. Most points by exhibitor in Class 36 will receive a special prize

CLASS 36: SECTIONS 1-5
Ages 7 and 8
AMATEUR ART
Not larger than 10” x 12”
1.  Draw a vehicle from the future
2.  Draw a farmer CRAFTS & HOBBIES

CLASS 37:
SECTIONS 1-20

Ages 9 – 12

AMATEUR ART

Not larger than 10” x 12”

1. Draw a pizza with your
favourite toppings

2. Design a magazine cover

3. Watercolour painting, any subject

4. Oil/acrylic painting, any subject

CRAFTS & HOBBIES

5. Vehicle of the future made from pop cans

6. Totem pole from paper towel tube and must stand on its own

7. Necklace and earrings for Mother’s Day- made by you

BAKING

8. Creepy crawler from rice Krispy recipe

9. Create a trail mix and put in a jar

10. 3 muffins on a paper plate

HORTICULTURE

16. A houseplant you have cared for

17. Any article you have made by yourself

PHOTOGRAPHY

11. 4” x 6” or 5” x 7” photo of a century farm

12. 4” x 6” or 5” x 7” photo of grandparent(s)

13. SUNSET GRILL NEWMARKET

99. Highest points in class 37 will receive a special prize

SPECIAL
Your best photo of a sunset or sunrise 4” x 6” or 5” x 7”

First prize only: $10 voucher to Sunset Grill , Newmarket

CLASS 38
SECTIONS 1 – 18

AGES 13 – 17

AMATEUR ART

1. Draw a farm from the past

2. Acrylic/oil landscape

3. Watercolour floral

4. Draw a dream vehicle of the future

CRAFTS AND HOBBIES

5. Gift jar of dry ingredients for cookies – must include recipe

6. Use your imagination – make something from duct tape

7. Make something using origami folding technique

8. Homemade case for cell phone / iPod / MP3 player

9. Computer- designed card for Mother’s Day

PHOTOGRAPHY

10. 4” x 6” or 5” x 7” photo of piece of antique machinery

11. 4” x 6” of 5” x 7” photo of country concession road

12. 4” x 6” of 5” x 7” photo of older building in Schomberg Please identify if you can.

13. SUNSET GRILL NEWMARKET

SPECIAL

Your best photo of a sunset or sunrise 4” x 6” or 5” x 7”

First prize only: $10 voucher to Sunset Grill, Newmarket

14. Collage of pictures of changes in farming over the past 50 years … mounted on 1/2 Bristol board

BAKING

15. 3 tea biscuits on a paper plate

16. Banana loaf

17. 3 decorated cupcakes

18. 3 chocolate chip and oatmeal cookies on a paper plate

99. Most points by exhibitor in class 38 will receive a special prize

CLASS 39-40:

O.A.A.S. Competitions

For DISTRICT and PROVINCIAL competitions,

please visit www.ontariofairs.ca

39: YOUTH POSTER COMPETITION

1. Junior – up to and including Grade 4

2. Intermediate – Grades 5 through 8, inclusive

3. Senior – Grades 9 through 12, inclusive

CRITERIA FOR ALL CLASSES

MUST BE HAND DRAWN

Theme: Promoting Schomberg Agricultural Spring Fair.

Name and date of the fair must be clearly shown. Must be hand drawn.

 

POSTER SIZE:

Minimum – 8.5” x 11”

(23 x 28cm), without border

Maximum – 11” x 17”

(28 x 44cm), without border

Each entry must be mounted on a card stock or Bristol board and have a 2” border on all sides Name of Fair, District, contact person, owner of poster and school must be clearly labeled on back.

Posters not conforming to criteria will not be judged

 

JUDGING CRITERIA

According To O.A.A.S Judging Standards

  1. Overall appearance –

20 points

  1. Attract and hold attention – 30 points
  2. Competition theme is clear – 40 points
  3. Quality of materials/end product – 10points

 

SCHOMBERG FAIR

COMPETITION

PRIZES: 1ST – $4.00, 2ND – 3.50, 3RD – $3.00

  1. Chocolate chip cookie competition

Open to all Youth ages 10 – 15 years (as of December 31 of current year)

  • Plain chocolate chips with no nuts
  • 8 cookies on firm, disposable plate in plastic bag
  • Cookies to be no larger than 3” (6.75cm) and not smaller than 2” (5cm”)