CLASSES 27 – 42
**NEW THIS YEAR** Due to renovations to the community hall, this year’s homecraft display has been relocated to the Trisan Center, 25 Dillane Drive, Schomberg. A shuttle bus will be available through the weekend to transport you back and forth.
THE HOMECRAFT HALL WILL BE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Saturday 11:00 AM to 6:00 PM, Sunday 11:00 PM to 4:00 PM
The Hall will re-open on Sunday at 4:30 PM
FOR EXHIBITORS ONLY to pick up their exhibits
Entry forms available online at www.schombergfair.com or contact:
Chair Chris Somerville……. 905-939-7795
THANK YOU TO THE FOLLOWING
for providing our Homecraft division prizes to the 2019 Winners
Alliston Yarns & Crafts
Bernardin of Canada
Clarke & Joanne Smith
Coats and Clark Canada
Country Concessions, Cookstown
Country Fair Baking Contests
Ed Mahon, Stouffville
Home Hardware, Tottenham
Janet and Jack Orr
Mary Maxim, Paris
Northcott Fabrics, Vaughan
Pioneer Honey, Schomberg
Port Soiree Restaurant
Quilters Nook, Schomberg
Red Heart Yarns
Seasons Floral Studio
Schomberg Sheet Metal
Scottish Nook, Schomberg
Scruffy Duck, Schomberg
Shear Pleasure Salon, Bolton
Skyview Lanes, Bolton
Smucker Foods of Canada
SnippitySnip Salon, Bolton
South Simcoe Master Gardeners
Spinrite Yarns, Listowel
The Quilt Store, Newmarket
Tim Horton’s Schomberg
York Region Milk Board
HOMECRAFT CHAMPION EXHIBITOR
The adult exhibitor winning the highest number of points.
Exhibitor must win a prize in at least THREE DIFFERENT CLASSES. First prize winners in 2018 and 2019 are not eligible.
The top exhibitor will have their name engraved on the “Janet Orr Perpetual Plaque” as well as a special prize to be determined before the Fair. The winner will also receive a plaque donated by the Schomberg Agricultural Society.
The exhibitor winning the second highest number of points must win a prize in at least THREE DIFFERENT CLASSES to be eligible.
CHAMPION COOK – CULINARY ARTS
The Exhibitor with the highest points will have their name engraved on the Champion Cook Perpetual Plaque donated by Grainne Malcolm & receive a plaque donated by the Schomberg Agricultural Society. NOTE: 1st prize winners of 2018 & 2019 are not eligible.
A special prize will be awarded to the new exhibitor with the highest points in at least THREE DIFFERENT CLASSES. Please mark the outside of your entry tag “new exhibitor”.
2019 HOMECRAFT WINNERS
Homecraft Champion: Jan Pinkerton, Schomberg
Runner-Up: Bev Donaldson, Collingwood
Champion Cook: Norma Jean Frans, Schomberg
Runner-Up: Rick Westgarth, Guelph
New Exhibitor/hi pts : Cindy Haddow, Collingwood
Jr Champ.age 4 and under: Makenna Rice,Powassan
Runner-Up: Jade Cameron, Fenelon Falls
Jr Champs ages 5 & 6: Ethan Tyers, Toronto
Runner-Up: Braxton Rice, Powassan
Jr Champ ages 7 & 8: Leah Munroe, Pottageville
Runner-Up: Ruthie Gilan, Toronto
Jr Champ age 9 & 10: Maya WeineckeTottenham
Runners-Up: Danya Orr, Tottenham
Jr Champ age 11 & 12 Emma Dalziel, Rich. Hill
Jayme Orr, Tottenham
Jr Champ age 13 & 17: Emilie Loopstra, Schom.
Runner-Up: Simon Boutin, Schom.
Alexis Dalziel, Rich Hill
Linda Jessop Jr. Culinary Award:
Emilie Loopstra, Schom.
Prizes for Junior winners and runners-up provided by the York Region Milk Board, Jack Orr, Bev Donaldson
Champ Hand Quilt: Marilyn Graham, Orangeville
Res Champion Hand Quilt: Julie Wheeler, Schom.
Champ Machine Quilt: Judy MacLeod, Orangeville
Reserve Champ Machine Quilt: Marylin Graham, Orangeville
Amateur Art high points: Elvira Sloan, Zephyr
Antiques high points: Joanne Smith, Schomberg
Crafts & Hobbies high pts: Jan Pinkerton, Schom.
Horticulture high pts: Rick Westgarth, Guelph
Doris Hughes Memorial Plaque: Eleonore Schmied, Schomberg
Needlework high pts: Jan Pinkerton, Schomberg
Photography high points: Enzo Villa, Caledon East
Myrna Morehouse, Schomberg
New Exhibitor Photography High Points: Charlie Sferrazza, Schomberg