Lombardy Fair

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Section JW – Junior Work

 

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Section JW – Junior Work (Last Updated March 6, 2017)

RULES: -Parents are urged to allow their children to do the work and preparation for the exhibits without assistance. Please encourage them in every way and help them to get their exhibits to the fair. -Please read the rules with your children and help them to understand these rules. -Exhibits must arrive at the Fair from 6 pm to 9 pm on Thursday, August 3, 2017. -Exhibits are to be picked up after 4 pm on the last day of the Fair. (Exhibits not picked up within two weeks of the Fair closing will become the property of the Society). -All rules of the Fair shall apply. (See Main Booklet)

Contact Mrs. Judy Drummond at 613-275-1354 if you have any questions.

 

*** ARTS & CRAFTS *** 

Chairperson – Dorothy Edwards

Class ————–Description

A. Ages 5 and under (at fair time)

1) A collection of stickers – red & white for Canada’s 150th; mounted. (max. 8 •” x 11”).

2) Design a picture using foam pieces.

3) A painting of a tractor – (max 12” x 18”).

4) Create a shaker using disposable plates & decorate.

5) Make a pasta necklace.

6) Cut & paste a snowman, mounted (max. 8 •” x 11”).

7) Print the word “CANADA” – decorate and mount.

8) Using pinecones construct an owl.

9) A pipe cleaner creation

B. Ages 6 to 8 years. (at fair time)

10) Decorate the word “CANADA 150” using red & white colours -6” X 12” Bristol board.

11) Printing – copy the poem: O Canada! Our home and native land! True patriot love in all thy sons command. With glowing hearts we see thee rise, The True North strong and free! From far and wide, O Canada, we stand on guard for thee. O Canada, we stand on guard for thee..

12) Create a flower(s) using coffee filters.

13) Create your own Christmas placemat.

14) Make a Halloween Mask.

15) Design your own snowman.

16) A collage of Canadian Events -1/2 sheet of Bristol board, completely cover your board.

17) Decorate a mitten.

18) Make 3 hand decorated Easter eggs.

SPECIAL: Open to all children ages 8 years and under (at fair time) 

19) Collect 150 red and white items to celebrate Canada’s 150th . -Display in a jar.

C. Ages 9 to 12 years. (at fair time) 

20) Make a Christmas decoration.

21) A black and white pencil sketch.

22) 4 photos taken by me – sports theme.

23) Celebrate Canada’s 150th using written and/or pictures mounted – max 1/2 sheet bristol board.

24) Tin can lantern, hammer & nail created design, including a candle inside. 25) In cursive handwriting copy the poem: (Author unknown)

Volunteers.. Volunteers have Hearts of Gold Helping people, Young and Old Always giving, always sharing, Volunteers – Are always caring. 

26) A hand written recipe – displayed & decorated. 27) A canvas painting -max 16” X 20”. 28) Any craft not mentioned -max 12” X 18”.

D. Ages 13 to 16 years. (at fair time) 

29) An adult colouring page – mounted..

30) Create a lawn ornament.

31) Celebrate Canada’s 150th using written and/or pictures mounted – max 1/2 sheet bristol board.

32) A painting any medium.

33) Make a Christmas Decoration.

34) Make an article of jewellery.

35) Create a split picture by cutting in half any picture and recreate the missing half.

36) Any small hand-made craft.

37) 6 mounted photos taken by you (nature theme).

SPECIAL: Open to all children ages (9 -16 years) 

38) An article made from Duct tape.

Open to all children to 16 years 

39) Origami article.

40) Create a poster about Canada’s History.

41) A scrapbook page (special events).

42) Melted crayon art design.

Prize Money:

Classes 1-37 

1st: $5.00, 2nd: $4.00, 3rd: $3.00, 4th: $2.00, 5th: $1.00

Classes 38 -42: 

1st: $7.00, 2nd: $6.00, 3rd: $5.00, 4th: $4.00, 5th: $3.00

Most points scored in each of division A, B, C, & D -$5.00 Donated by Judy Drummond

 

*** VEGETABLES & FLOWERS *** 

Chairperson: Earl Hicks

Committee: Liza Harrison, Amy McNeely, Naomi Loucks, James Harrison

Class ————–Description

E. Ages 8 years and under. (at fair time) 

43) Make a bug out of sticks, string, and other natural materials.

44) Biggest Bloom. (flower).

45) Longest carrot.

46) Make a birthday card celebrating Canada’s 150th

47) The ugliest vegetable in your garden.

48) My favourite wild flower.

49) Make a super hero from vegetables.

F. Ages 9 to 16 years. (at fair time) 

50) Something interesting from nature (rock, fungi, etc.).

51) A picture of my garden.

52) The ugliest vegetable in your garden.

53) A sunflower head.

54) A wild flower arrangement.

55) Make a space ship out of vegetables.

Prize Money:

Classes 43-55 

1st: $5.00, 2nd: $4.00, 3rd: $3.00, 4th: $2.00, 5th: $1.00

 

*** DOWN ON THE FARM *** 

Chairperson – Earl Hicks Committee: Matthew Visser, Liza Harrison, James Harrison

Class ————–Description

G.  Ages 8 years and under. (at fair time) 

56) 4” Flake of hay -85% or more legume.

57) 4” Flake of hay -85% or more grasses.

58) Tallest stalk of corn.

59) Make a Canadian flag from seeds mounted

on a sheet of Bristol board.

60) Longest ear of corn.

61) A picture of something on your farm that is 150 years or older – include a label.

H. Ages 9 to 16 years. (at fair time) 

62) 4” Flake of hay 85% or more legume.

63) 4” Flake of hay 85% or more grasses.

64) A picture of something on your farm that is 150 years or older – include a label.

65) Recycle something from the farm.

66) Display something old from the farm.

67) Make a Birthday card to celebrate Canada’s Birthday incorporate materials found on the Farm (Baler twine…).

Prize Money:

Classes 56-67 

1st: $5.00, 2nd: $4.00, 3rd: $3.00, 4th: $2.00, 5th: $1.00

Most points scored in each Division E, F, G, & H -$5.00 Donated by Earl Hicks.

 

*** BAKING *** 

Chairperson – Ruth Shirley Assistant – Aline Hicks

Class ————–Description

A. Ages 5 years & under. (at fair time) 

68) One large decorated cookie -not more than 6” in diameter, -Judged on appearance only.

69) Decorated cupcake – to celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday Judged on appearance only.

B. Ages 6 to 8 years. (at fair time) 

70) Make a log cabin – mounted on cardboard, a maximum of 8” X 8”. (example: bread sticks, pretzels)

71) 3 no bake squares/cookies.

72) 3 cookies – the same kind.

73) Three decorated cupcakes -to celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday. (Judged on appearance only)

C. Ages 9 to 11 years. (at fair time) 

74) Party Mix in a jar.

75) 3 No bake Cookies/Squares.

76) 3 Smartie or M & M Cookies.

77) A Decorated Cake to celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday Can use non edible decorations (Judged on appearance only)

D. Ages 12 to 16 years. (at fair time) 

78) 3 Chocolate Chip Cookies.

79) A Decorated Cake to celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday Can use non edible decorations (Judged on appearance only)

80) 3 Muffins of 1 kind – named.

81) 3 No Bake Cookies / Squares

Prize Money:

Classes 68-81: 

1st: $4.00, 2nd: $3.00, 3rd: $2.00, 4th:$1.50, 5th:$1.00

Most points scored in each of division A, B, C, & D: $5.00

Donated by Aline Hicks

SPECIALS: 

E. Ages 9 to 16 years. (at fair time) 

82) 1 jar of jam -your choice.

Prize Money:

Class 82: 

1st: $4.00, 2nd: $3.00, 3rd: $2.00

 

*** O.A.A.S. Plain Chocolate Chip Cookie Competition *** 

F. All children up to 15 years of age. (As of December 31st, 2017) 

83) 8 Plain Chocolate chip cookies (no nuts) on a firm disposable plate. No larger than (3”) 6.75 cm. and no smaller than (2”) 5 cm. The winner of this class will be entered into a competition at the Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies District meeting.

Prize Money:

Class 83: 

1st: $7.00, 2nd: $6.00, 3rd: $5.00, 4th:$4.00, 5th:$3.00

 

*** O.A.A.S. Youth Poster Competition *** 

Entry Rules:

a) “Promoting Your Fair” – Important** Your Name and date of fair must be clearly shown on poster.

b) Must be hand drawn.

c) Poster size: -Minimum –22cm X 28cm, without border. -Maximum – 28cm X 44cm, without border.

d) Each entry must be centered on CARDSTOCK or BRISTOL BOARD exposing a 5.5 cm. border on all four sides.

e) Name of fair & owner of poster to be clearly labelled on the back of each entry.

f) The winning poster from each class at each fair will be eligible to enter the district competition. District winners are eligible to enter at the provincial competition (see competitions at http://ontarioagsocieties.com/memberservices/competitions for details)

g) Judging Standards: Overall Appearance – 50 points Hand Drawn – 35 points OAAS Criteria (size, material, theme) – 15 points

84) Junior Poster, youth up to and including grade 4.

85) Intermediate Poster, youth Grade 5 to Grade 8 inclusive.

86) Senior Poster Grade 9 to Grade 12 inclusive.

Prize Money:

Class 84 to 86: 

1st: $10.00, 2nd:$ 8.00

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