Jr School Fair

JR FAIR WINNERS FOR 2017
MOST POINTS IN CLASSES 1 – 53 NATHAN POTTER
MOST POINTS IN CLASSES 54- 118 ELIJAH WILLIAMS
MOST POINTS IN CLASSES 165-214 PAYTON WOOD

STUDENT ACCUMULATING THE MOST POINTS IN JR FAIR 2017
WINNER: NATHAN POTTER – HURONIA CENTENNIAL ELEMNTARY SCHOOL
2ND PLACE : PAYTON WOOD – HILLSDALE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
HONORABLE MENTION: ALLIE KIDD – HURONIA CENTENNIAL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

BICYCLE DRAW : BIKE DONATED BY THE ELMVALE AND DISTRIC MAPLE SYRUP COMMITTEE
WINNER : ABBY MARTIN – HURONIA CENTENNIAL ELEMNTARY SCHOOL

ALL EXHIBITS TO BE ENTERED ON WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 3, 2018 BETWEEN 4-9 PM
JUNIOR SCHOOL FAIR
October 5 & 6, 2018
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
Livestock Committee: Doug Ritchie

NEW FOR 2018
ALL ARENA EXHIBITS TO BE ENTERED ON WEDNESDAY OCT. 3RD BETWEEN 4-9 PM

RULES AND REGULATIONS

1. Competition in the Elmvale Junior School Fair is open to elementary and high school students, as well as those children receiving home instruction in our area.
2. The grade the pupil is in, when the project is completed will determine the class in which it is to be entered.
3. All exhibits must be the property of the student exhibitor.
4. Articles exhibited in any previous year will not be awarded a prize.
5. Pupils must not make more than one entry in any one Section.
6. All exhibits should be in place in the arena by Wednesday, October 3rd , 2018 by 9 p.m . Teachers must arrange their school displays by 7 pm Thursday October 4th. Livestock should be on the grounds by 10 a.m., Friday, October 5, and removed at 4:30 p.m.
7. Special Jr. Fair tags will be given to teachers prior to the Fair, and will also be available after Sept. 1 at :
Superior Facility Services, 8 Yonge St. S. Elmvale,
Elmvale Public Library
By emailing eff@csolve.net
By calling 705-527-1899 and also at the Fair Office on Oct.3rd, 2018.
If you are in school, please be sure to put your Name, your School and Teacher’s name on your tags. Home-schooled or Pre-school youth must include a home phone number on your tag. NO NAME- NO MONEY!!!
8. Exhibits, except livestock, not to be removed until 4:30 p.m. Saturday October 6, 2018, but must be removed by 5:00 p.m. Any leftover craft items will be returned to the school the following week. Any vegetables left will be given to the Food Bank and all other perishable items will be disposed of, if not picked up. Flos Ag. Society is not responsible for lost articles.
9. Anyone found guilty of willfully breaking the rules of the Fair will forfeit all prize money won.
10. Plates will be supplied for vegetables. Exhibitor should supply disposable plates for all baking entries.
11. Home Instructors: In all categories that are pre-judged by classroom teachers, which include Classes 133-168 entries must in the hands of  representative        

L. Murray 705-322-5067 by 9:00 a.m., Friday, Sept. 28, 2018. Please include a telephone number. They will be pre-judged by a committee – best 3 for all Printing and Writing categories (representation by population)
12. RIBBONS WILL BE GIVEN TO FIRST, SECOND & THIRD PRIZE in all judged categories. Stickers will be placed on all other winning entries.
13. Prize money will be sent to the schools by November 1, 2018, unless otherwise arranged.

ANNOUNCEMENT TO PARENTS: Parents are urged to allow the children to do the work and preparations of the exhibits without assistance. Encourage them in every way, but remember that every bit of work you do for them helps to defeat the objective of the Junior School Fair.

FLOWERS
Please be sure to have adequate water in your containers, No artificial items permitted
This class open to children Grade 12 and under.
ALL EXHIBITS TO BE ENTERED ON WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 3, 2018 BETWEEN 4-9 PM
Prize money 1st – $3.00, 2nd-$2.50, 3rd – $2.00, 4th – $1.50 and $1.00 for each worthy entry up to 10th prize

1. Smallest, 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
6. Roses, 1 stem, any variety
7. Rose, 1 Bloom , floating with its own leaf
8. Single Dahlia bloom
9. Snapdragons, 3 spikes
10. Sedum, 3 stems
11. Hydrangea, 1 Stem
12. Geranium, 1 perfect bloom with own foliage
13. Bouquet of Cattails in a can- please use rocks or marbles in the can to balance the weight
14. “Feed the Bees”- five(5) flowers in a vase , that are bee friendly
15. Collection of foliage’s from your garden/flower bed, minimum 3 varieties, arranged in a container. DO NOT USE Foliage from trees.
16. Collection of 3 or more varieties of garden flowers, in a vase.

ALL EXHIBITS TO BE ENTERED ON WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 3, 2018 BETWEEN 4-9 PM
JR K TO GRADE 4
17. Best arrangement of natural foliage and wild flowers in a child’s sand pail
18. A Pop Bottle Terrarium- using a 2L pop bottle , create a living terrarium

ALL EXHIBITS TO BE ENTERED ON WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 3, 2018 BETWEEN 4-9 PM
GRADE 5-8
19.A “Flower Pie” in a foil pie plate filled with moist sand, create a Flower PIe with flower blooms and foliage. Max 20 cm (8″) plate
20.An arrangement of assorted marigolds

ALL EXHIBITS TO BE ENTERED ON WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 3, 2018 BETWEEN 4-9 PM
FRUITS,VEGETABLE AND GRAINS
21. 3 Beets
22. 3 Carrots
23. Longest Carrot
24. 3 Table Cucumbers
25. Fattest Cucumber
26. 1 Zucchini
27. 3 Cooking Onions
28. 5 Potatoes , name kind
29. Potato with the most eyes
30. 1 Pie Pumpkin
31. 1 Mammoth Squash
32. 1 Pepper Squash
33. 1 Butternut Squash
34. 3 Ornamental gourds OR mini pumpkins
35. 3 Ripe Tomatoes, stems left on
36. 5 Cherry Tomatoes, ripe
37. 3 Green Tomatoes, stems left on
38. 5 Cherry Tomatoes, green
39. 1 Odd-shaped vegetables , not decorated
40. 5 Apples ,named variety
41. 5 Pears, named variety
42. A Gourd centerpiece, suitable for Thanksgiving table. Use at least 5 specimens
43. Longest Ear of Corn
44. GR 1-4 An arrangement of 4 vegetables (1 only of each variety) in a decorated box/tray. Max 30 cm long
45. GR 5-8 An arrangement of 6 vegetables ( 1only of each variety) in a decorated box/tray. Max 45 cm long
46. 3 cobs of Indian Corn, husks pulled back and tied
47. 1 Litre Barley
48. 1 Litre Oats
49. 1 Litre Wheat
50. 1 Litre Soybeans
51. 3 Ears of Yellow , Grain Corn
52. 3 Stalks Ensilage Corn
53. Silage Corn, in 1 litre zip lock bag
54. 5lbs mixed hay, 1st cut, 2018 crop, displayed in a clear bag
55. 5lbs mixed hay, 2nd cut, 2018,crop, displayed in a clear bag

CENTRE FLOS WOMENS INSTITUTE- SPECIALS Student with the most points in Section 1 – 55 wins $10.00
ALL EXHIBITS TO BE ENTERED ON WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 3, 2018 BETWEEN 4-9 PM
CRAFTS AND HOBBIESPrizes offered in Sections 56-120 will be 1st -$3.00, 2nd – $2.50, 3rd – $2.00

PRESCHOOLERS, as of Sept 30, 2018
Please be sure to put your contact phone number on each tagged entry for classes 56 – 60
56. A picture of a Family, made by tracing your hand on paper and include faces on each finger max 22 cm x 28 cm (8.5″ x 11″)
57. Colour a picture of a Canadian Flag
58. A collection of stickers of your favorite Disney characters, mounted, max 22 cm x 28 cm (8.5″ x 11″)
59. A necklace made from cereal and /or pasta
60. Using an egg carton make a caterpillar

ALL EXHIBITS TO BE ENTERED ON WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 3, 2018 BETWEEN 4-9 PM
JK,SK and Grade 1 as of September 30, 2018
61. Decorate 3 hard boiled eggs, any media, display in half an egg carton
62. Glue pasta and/or cereal on paper and decorate to creating a picture of a barn, 22cmx28cm(8.5″ x 11″)
63. 3 different leaves, mounted, max 22 cm x 28 cm (8.5″x 11″)
64. Create a face on a paper plate, decorate with any media
65. Make a picture of a flower, using old buttons, on construction paper 22cm x 28 cm (8.5″x11″)
66. Make a pipe cleaner animal, max 30 pipe cleaners
67. Make a scarecrow from marshmallows and toothpicks ONLY, display on a paper plate
68. Make a collage of farm animalsby cutting pictures from a magazine on 22 cm x 28 cm (8.5″ x 11″) paper
69. Decorate a small gift bag – “Welcome a New Baby” theme
70. Decorate a toothbrush
71. Decorate a pine cone.
72. Make a picture of a beaver, out of various seeds glued to a paper, on 22 cm x 28 cm (8.5″x11″) paper
73. Make a marshmallow car max 12.5 cm (5″) high
74. Box Art-Theme “My Home” base is a box max. 30 cm x 20 cm (12″x8″)
75. Create a picture by gluing natural materials that you would find (i.e. sticks, moss, leaves) outside max 30 cm x 45 cm ( 12″ x 18″)

ALL EXHIBITS TO BE ENTERED ON WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 3, 2018 BETWEEN 4-9 PM
GRADE 2 &3 as of Sept 30, 2018
76. Create an edible castle , max, base 15cm x 15 cm (6″x6″)
77. Draw and color a picture that shows all four seasons 22cmx28cm (8.5″x11″)
78. Make a insect (ie dragonfly, butterfly) from coffee filters
79. Decorate an old pair of sunglasses
80. Decorate a lightbulb, securely fasten to paper plate
81. 6 small rocks, decorated as Minions~ placed in 1/2 dozen size egg carton
82. Create a “Pencil Holder” from 1 empty can (ie soup)and popsicle stick,decorate by gluing or taping decorations
83. Decorate a Tennis ball as a Face/Head
ALL EXHIBITS TO BE ENTERED ON WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 3, 2018 BETWEEN 4-9 PM
84. Using a white disposable plate, Min 15 cm (6″) diameter, make a colourful Maple Leaf Wreath
85. Decorate a single light switch cover plate
86. A picture collage of Canadian Animals 22cm x 28cm (8.5″x11″)
87. Draw a picture of fireworks. can use additional material ie glitter, sequins Max 22 cm x 28 cm (8.5″x 11″)
88. Create a picture using natural material that you find outside (ie sticks, moss, leaves) Max 30 cm x 45 cm (12″x 18″)
89. Decorate a BUTTERNUT SQUASH, NOT CARVED, max 20 cm x 25 cm (8″x 10″)
90. Box Art- Theme “A House, decorated for Christmas” base is a box max 30 cm x 20 cm ( 12″x 8″)

ALL EXHIBITS TO BE ENTERED ON WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 3, 2018 BETWEEN 4-9 PM
GRADE 4 & 5 as of Sept 30, 2018
91. Decorate a Flip Flop, Canada Theme
92. Create a Fall Fair Float using a shoe box
93. Decorate a clay pot max 15 cm (6″) in diameter, “Christmas”
94. Create a winter scene using an 8″ paper plate and cotton balls
95. Create an activity to use while traveling on a long trip in the family vehicle, using a water tight container(ie Tupperware)
96. Make an edible necklace(string must be edible too)
97. Create a spider web using sticks, string & other natural material. Display on a paper plate
98. Make a 4″x6″ picture frame using plastic spoons and other materials, Decorate
99. make a Rocket Ship, must be free standing. max 12″ or 30 cm tall
100. Make a Summer Beach Scene in a glass jar
101. Make a First Nations Teepee out of paper and drinking staws. Max 22 cm (8.5″) high x 15 cm (6″)wide
102. Make a cereal box Robot, must be freestanding Max 45 cm (18″) tall
103. Sketch and Colour a picture of a Totem Pole Max 22 cm x 28 cm (8.5″x 11″)
104. Decorate Butternut Squash, NOT CARVED, max 30 cm x 35 cm (12″x15″)
105. Draw and colour a Country Scene, Label barn,silo,hay bale, cow, horse,pig,chicken,tractor and combine. 22 cm x 28 cm (8.5″x11″)
ALL EXHIBITS TO BE ENTERED ON WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 3, 2018 BETWEEN 4-9 PM
Grade 6-8 as of Sept 30, 2018
106. Construct a Drone, using pop can(s) accessories permitted
107. Make a Dream Catcher using all natural materials that you would find outside
108. Draw a Fire Escape plan for your house. Show location of fire extinguisher(s), smoke alarm(s) and co detectors max 22cm x 28 cm ( 8.5″ x 11″)
109. Using sticks and stones make a sculpture Max 30 cm x 30 cm (12″x 12″)
110. Design your own “Coat of Arms” any media on 22cm x 44cm (8.5″x11″) paper
111. Create an “October” themed word search puzzle. Use 12 October related words,, free hand, NO COMPUTER AID, 28cm x 44cm (11″x 17″) paper
112. Draw a map of Elmvale, label all the 3 schools, Yonge St and Queen St, the firehall,22cm x 28 cm (8.5″x11″) paper
113. Make a musical instrument from a box, use elastics and/or string. Decorate. max 30cm x 30 cm (12″x12″)
114. Make an Igloo using sugar cubes and Royal Icing on a card board base 15 cm x 15 cm (6″ x 6″)
115. Create a summer beach scene in a glass jar
116. Decorated Butternut Squash, NO CARVED max 30cm x 35 cm (12″ x 15″)
117. In a Shoe Box. Design a “Store you would like to see in Elmvale”
118. Decorate a can as a Unicorn, accessories permitted
119. Make an article using levers and pulleys Max 50cm (20″) in any direction
120. Make a string art creation using 2 colours of string Max 15 cm x 15 cm (6″x6″)

ALL EXHIBITS TO BE ENTERED ON WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 3, 2018 BETWEEN 4-9 PM
THE CENTER FLOS WOMEN’S INSTITUTE SPECIAL
Student with the most points in section 56- 120 wins $10.00

WYE DESIGN SPECIAL
Section 121 – 123
Prizes 1st $5.00 , 2nd – $3.00 , 3rd – $2.00

GRADE 6-8 as of Sept 30, 2018
121. Create a picture using acrylic paint on a canvas board max 22cm x 28 cm ( 11″ x 11″)
122. Design an original pennant for your school, using fabric and paint
123. Sketch a farm animal in charcoal or pencil 22cm x 28cm (8.5″x11″)

ALL EXHIBITS TO BE ENTERED ON WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 3, 2018 BETWEEN 4-9 PM
LEGO – CORONATION MASONIC LODGE – SPECIAL
Section 124 – 125
Prizes 1st – $6.00 , 2nd $4.00, 3rd $3.00
This class will be displayed in secure showcases

Create a farm scene, including people and/or animals, within a shoe box. 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
124. JK- GR 2 ONLY
125. GR 3 – GR 6 ONLY

ALL EXHIBITS TO BE ENTERED ON WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 3, 2018 BETWEEN 4-9 PM
ELMVALE HOME BUILDING CENTRE – SPECIALPrize money offered in Sections 126-128
Prizes: 1st &6.00 , 2nd $4.00 , 3rd $3.00
Make a creation out of Duct Tape ONLY. No additional materials to be used
126. JK- GR 2
127. Gr 3- Gr 6
128. Gr 7 – Gr 8

ALL EXHIBITS TO BE ENTERED ON WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 3, 2018 BETWEEN 4-9 PM
FOR SPECIAL NEEDS STUDENTS
“A Maple Leaf Picture or rubbing on paper max 22 cm x 28 cm (8.5″ x 11”)
Sections 129-132
$3.00 for every worthy entry
129. JK- GR 3
130. GR 4- GR 6
131. GR 7- GR 8
132. Secondary School

ALL EXHIBITS TO BE ENTERED ON WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 3, 2018 BETWEEN 4-9 PM
THE CLASSES 133-168 ARE PRE-JUDGED
These entries must be in the hands of either the classroom teacher or L. Murray at 705-322-5067, no later than Friday, Sept 28,2018 at 9AM for pre-judging. 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, NEATNESS AND CONSISTENCY OF LETTER SIZING.

Prizes offered for Section 133-162
Prizes : 1st-$3.00, 2nd-$2.50, 3rd-$2.00
JK and SK
133. Draw a picture , on 28 cm x 44 cm (11″ x 17″) white paper, any media, “Me At Play”
Grade 1
134. Draw a Picture 28cm x 44 cm (11in x 17in) white paper, any media, “In My Back Yard”
135.Print, use page provided by school representative, “My Name Is …”
Grade 2
136. Draw a picture, on 28cm x 44 cm (11″ x 17″) white paper, any media, “Animal Friends”
137. 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
138. Draw a picture, on 28cm x 44cm (11″x17″) white paper, any media “Fun in the Leaves”
139. Print, on a three 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
140. Creative writing, on 22 cm x 28 cm 8.5″ x 11″) white paper, may be typed, “At the Fall Fair, I`m going to …

GRADE 4
141. Draw a picture on 28cm x 44 cm (11inx17in) white paper, any media “The Fall Fair”
142.”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
143. Creative Writing on 22cm x 28 cm (8.5 in x 11 in ) white paper, may be typed. “What my school looked like in the early 1900`s
144. A Collage of French words, min. 15 words, 22 cm x 28 cm(8.5″ x 11″) white paper, spelling will be judged
145. 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 5
146. Draw a picture 28cm x 44 cm (11inx17in) white paper, any media “An Autumn Scene”
147.”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

148. Creative writing on 22cm x 28 cm (8.5 in x 11 in ), white paper, may be typed,” A true Canadian item that you feel represents Canada best”
149. A collage of French words, min 15 words,22cm x 28 cm (8.5 in x 11 in )white paper. Spelling will be judged
150. A Map of Ontario,22cm x 28 cm (8.5 in x 11 in ), naming the Capital , 3 lakes, and 5 large cities Use pencil crayons
Grade 6
151.Draw a picture 28cm x 44 cm (11inx17in) white paper, any media, “SCENE FROM MY WINDOW”
152. “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
153. Persuasive writing, on 22cm x 28 cm (8.5 in x 11 in ), white paper, may be typed “Convince/encourage someone to move to your community”
154. Map of Canada, label and locate Provinces, Territories and their capitals. Use 22cm x 28cm (8.5″x 11″)paper.Use Pencil Crayons

Grade 7
155.Draw a picture 28cm x 44 cm (11inx17in) white paper, any media, LANDSCAPE
156. “Cursive Writing” , on 3 ring lined paper , written on every line, in 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

157.Persuasive Writing, on 22cm x 28 cm (8.5 in x 11 in ),white paper may be typed MY CANADIAN HERO
158.Map of Canada, label and locate Provinces, Territories and their capitals Use 22cm x 28 cm (8.5inx11in) white paper
. Use Pencil Crayons
Grade 8

159. Draw a picture, on 28cm x 44 cm (11 in x 17 in )white paper, any media “Sunset”
160. “Cursive Writing” , on 3 ring lined paper , written on every line,in 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
161. Persuasive writing: on 22cm x 28 cm (8.5″ x 11″ ),white paper, may be typed, “How I would improve Elmvale”
162. Map of North America, label countries, capitals, 3 important rivers and surrounding bodies of water use 22cm x 28 cm (8.5″ x 11″ ). Use Pencil Crayons.

POSTER COMPETITION
REMINDER POSTERS ARE PRE-JUDGED AND ARE TO BE SUBMITTED BY SEPT. 28,2018
SIMCOE COUNTY DAIRY PRODUCER COMMITTEE SPECIAL
Prizes for Sections 163-165
1st – $10.00, 2nd – $6.00, 3rd -$4.00
Any media , on white paper , 28cm x 44 cm (11″ x 17″ )
163. GRADE 1 & 2: Milk Products
164. GRADE 3 & 4: Dairy Farming- “Then and Now”
165. GRADE 5 & 6: Technology on Dairy Farms
O.A.A.S. YOUTH POSTER SPECIAL
Prizes offers in section 166- 168
1st – $20.00, 2nd -$15.00 , 3rd -$10.00
THEME- PROMOTING YOUR FAIR
Entry Rules Name and date of the fair must be clearly shown on the poster, Must be hand drawn. Minimum size 8.5″ x 11″ (22cm x 28 cm) with the max size being 11″ x 17″ ( 28cm x 44 cm), poster size. PROOFREAD SPELLING Each entry must then be mounted on a 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 in the hands of the classroom teacher or L. Murray by Sept 28, 2018 at 9AM.
**First prize posters will be entered at the District Competition. Name of Person, School and the fair name must be on the back of the poster
166. JK – GR 4
167. GR 5 – GR 8
168. GR 9 – GR 12
Judging standards for the O.A.A.S Special Poster Competition
1. Overall appearance – 50 points
2. Hand Drawn – 35 points
3. O.A.A.S. Criteria (size, material, theme) – 15 points

DOMESTIC SCIENCE- JR FAIR

ALL EXHIBITS TO BE ENTERED ON WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 3, 2018 BETWEEN 4-9 PM
Prizes offered for sections 169-196
1st – $3.00, 2nd-$2.50, 3rd-$2.00, 4th-$1.50 and $1.00 for every worthy entry

  • Home cooked foods only.
  • Baked goods are judged first on appearance.
  • Those meeting the requirements will be tasted.
  • Please place on 6 inch recyclable plates and in ziplock bags

JK’SK AND GRADE 1 as of Sept 30, 2018

ALL EXHIBITS TO BE ENTERED ON WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 3, 2018 BETWEEN 4-9 PM

169. 3 plain Oatmeal cookies, dropped method
170. 3 Rice Krispie Treats
171. A cupcake decorated as a “Happy Face”
172. 3 Chocolate Chip Cookies

ALL EXHIBITS TO BE ENTERED ON WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 3, 2018 BETWEEN 4-9 PM

GRADE 2 & 3 as of Sept 30, 2018
173. 3 M&M or Smartie cookies, dropped method
174. Rice Krispie creation, shaped as an Igloo. Base no larger than 15cm (6″) Decorate with edible decorations
175. 4 pieces of fudge
176. Make a marshmallow Christmas Garland

ALL EXHIBITS TO BE ENTERED ON WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 3, 2018 BETWEEN 4-9 PM

GRADE 4 & 5 of Sept 30,2018
177. 3 light cupcakes – iced with edible decorations
178. 3 slices of vegetable loaf ( ie zucchini loaf)
179. 3 butter tarts (may purchase tart shells)
180. 3 Tea Biscuits

ALL EXHIBITS TO BE ENTERED ON WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 3, 2018 BETWEEN 4-9 PM

GRADE 6-8 as of Sept 30,2018
181. 3 muffins, same kind
182. 3 slices of fruit loaf ( ie banana loaf)
183. 3 butter tarts (may purchase tart shells)
184. Rice Krispie Creation: using the traditional Rice Krispie recipe, shape into a “Flower” and decorate with edible decorations, display on a paper plate no larger than 20 cm (8″)

ALL EXHIBITS TO BE ENTERED ON WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 3, 2018 BETWEEN 4-9 PM

Open to all Students

185. A baked item using Maple Syrup. include the recipe
186. 3 Oatmeal Raisin cookies
187. Nutritious Snack, max 2 items
188. Strawberry Freezer Jam, 250 ml or smaller
189. A decorated cake , using the theme “Jack O Lantern Use edible decorations
190. Brownie Pizza- cook a brownie mix in a round pan, making it a pizza shape max size 20 cm(8”) Ice it and decorate it with jelly beans, gummy worms etc. to look like pizza toppings
191. 3 unbaked squares
192. Banana Bread, 3 slices
193. Trail Mix, max 500 ml, in a re-sealable bag
194. 3 un-iced brownies
195. 3 date squares
196. Pickled anything, any size jar

ALL EXHIBITS TO BE ENTERED ON WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 3, 2018 BETWEEN 4-9 PM

CRAFT’S AND HOBBIES
Prizes offered in Section 197- 216
1st- $3.00, 2nd-$2.50, 3rd -$2.00, 4th- $1.50 and $1.00 each worthy entry
Open to all Students
197. A sewn garment
198. A project for home-ie a placemat,tablecloth,pillowcase
199. Create a tin can candle , by using a soup can, a hammer and nail to create a design. Display with a battery operated candle
200. Any article made from scraps of fabric
201. Decorate a pillow case as a trick or treat bag for Hallowe’en
202. A Mason jar craft
203. Decorate a cereal box as a gift bag for “Mothers Day”
204. Decorate a “Music” themed t-shirt- may purchase the t-shirt
205. Make A bean bag pet
206. Using small twigs & pebbles create a miniature campfire pit, on a solid base max 22 cm in any direction
207. JK- GR 5 A Knitted or Crochet Square
208. GR 6- Gr 9 Knitted Headwear
209. A quilted project
210. Create an art piece, on wood, using hardware(i.e nails, chains, nuts, bolts etc. Max 12″x12″ (30 cm x 30 cm)
211. Scrapbooking- 2 pages (2) theme “Family Vacation”
212. Make a craft you found on Pinterest- Print a picture of the craft from the website and attach it to your creation
213. Welcome Stone , painted for the front entrance Max 12″(30 cm)in any direction
214. Decorate a smart phone case.
215. Make homemade Snow Globe in a 250 ml jar. No Kits. make sure it is sealed and waterproof
216. Decorate a recipe box and include three (3) of your favorite recipes

ALL EXHIBITS TO BE ENTERED ON WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 3, 2018 BETWEEN 4-9 PM

CENTRE FLOS WOMEN’S INSTITUTE – SPECIAL
Student with the most points in section 169-216 $10.00

ALL EXHIBITS TO BE ENTERED ON WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 3, 2018 BETWEEN 4-9 PM

SPECIAL – COUNTRY FAIR BAKING CONTEST
TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SECTION 217
1. All entrants into the contests must submit entries that were made using the sponsor’s product
2. Include recipe, indicating use of the Sponsor’s product
3. All entries will be judged on appearance , taste, texture, creativity of recipe and presentation. Decisions of the judges will be final
4. Winners name and address must be submitted with each entry

Special
Robin Hood Flour
“Best Lunch Box Snack”
1st -$25.00 Product Certificate, 2nd Prize $10.00 , Product Certificate, 3rd Prize $5.00
National Contest Winner – $200.00
217. Entry must include 3 cookies, squares OR bars attractively displayed. Must Proof of purchase is no longer requires however the recipe must include the use of at least one Robin Hood product. Include recipe of choice.

SPECIAL : ELMVALE BAKERY
1st- $10.00 , 2nd – $5.00, 3rd-$5.00
218. Best Homemade Loaf of Bread from contestant under the age of 16- Include recipe of your choice.

O.A.A.S. PLAIN CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIE COMPETITION
219. Youth up to age 15 years as of December 31,of current year
5 cookies, no nuts, no larger that 3″ (6.75 cm) and no smaller that 2″ (5cm)
(winner qualifies for District Competition – 8 cookies required there)

A trophy will be awarded to the Elementary student who has won the most points from entries in the fair. Points are accumulated as follows. 1st- 4 points, 2nd – 3 points, 3rd- 2 points, 4th to 10th – 1point. In case of a tie , the trophy will go to the person with the most first places. at least 50% of the total points must be accumulated in Sections 1 through 219, inclusive.

HELPFUL INFORMATION FOR JUNIOR FAIR EXHIBITORS

  • Please read all the 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 teaches name,(or parents name if pre school or home schooled) and the school you attend

ALL EXHIBITS TO BE ENTERED ON WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 3, 2018 BETWEEN 4-9 PM
ALL ITEMS MUST BE REMOVED FROM THE ARENA BETWEEN 4:30 AND 5 PM SAT OCT 6, 2018.