Jr Fair Domestic Science

Prizes offered for sections 159-188
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, 2016
159. 3 plain oatmeal cookies, dropped method
160. 3 Rice Krispie Treats
161. Rice Cake Face- decorate a rice cake, with edible decorations, to look like a Happy Face, rice cake may be purchased
162. BOYS ONLY – 3 cookies for Dad
163. GIRLS ONLY – 3 cookies for Mom

GRADE 2&3
164. 3 M&M or Smartie cookies, dropped method
165. Hand decorated Donut (may purchase the donut)
166. 4 pieces of fudge
167. BOYS ONLY – 3 cookies for Dad
168. GIRLS ONLY – 3 cookies for Mom

GRADE 4 & 5 of Sept 30,2016
169. 3 light cupcakes – iced with edible decorations
170. 3 slices of vegetable loaf ( ie zucchini loaf)
171. 3 butter tarts (may purchase tart shells)

GRADE 6-8 as of Sept 30,2016
172. 3 muffins, same kind
173. 3 slices of fruit loaf ( ie banana loaf)
174. 3 butter tarts (may purchase tart shells)
175. Rice Krispie Creation: using the traditional Rice Krispie recipe, shape into a “Tractor” and decorate with edible decorations

Open to all Students
176. 3 Banana Muffins
177. A baked item using Maple Syrup. including the recipe
178. 3 Oatmeal Raison cookies
179. Nutritious Snack, max 2 items
180. Strawberry Freezer Jam, 250 ml or smaller
181. A decorated cake , using the theme “Bees” Use edible decorations
182. Large 20cm (8 inch) Chocolate Chip Cookie- cookie decorated with a smile face (judged on taste and appearance)
183. 3 unbaked squares
184. Banana Bread, 3 slices
185. Cereal Trail Mix in a mug of your choice
186. 3 un-iced brownies
187. Decorate and Ice Cream Cone to resemble a clown’s Hat
188. Pickled anything, any size jar
CRAFT’S AND HOBBIES
Prizes offered in Section 189-207
1st- $3.00, 2nd-$2.50, 3rd -$2.00, 4th- $1.50 and $1.00 each worthy entry
Open to all Students
189. A sewn garment
190. A project for home-ie a placemat,tablecloth,pillowcase
191. A Novelty craft made from recycled material
192. A Christmas stocking made of felt
193. Decorate a pillow case as a treat bag for Hallowe’en
194. Using a 4 L basket, create and babysitter kit, to amuse a pre-schooler
195. Decorate a cereal box as a gift bag for Mother’s Day
196. A piece of Farm Art (ie something made of barn board,baler twine,etc)
197. A Child’s fabric Toy
198. A Wooden Keepsake Box (not bought)
199. A Knitted or Crochet Dish Cloth
200. A quilted project
201. Create an art piece, on wood, using hardware(i.e nails, chains, nuts, bolts etc. Max 12″x12″ (30 cm x 30 cm)
202. Scrapbooking- 3 pages (3) theme “Summer Fun”
203. Make a Split Image picture. Cut off one half of a magazine picture, then draw the other half of the picture by hand. Max 8.5″ x 11″(22cm x 28cm)
204. Using a rock create a curling stone. Use your imagination to make the handle and the ring. Max 12″(30 cm)in any direction
205. Decorate a water bottle.
206. Make homemade Snow Globe in a 250 ml jar. No Kits. make sure it is sealed and waterproof
207. Homemade earrings in a ziplock bag

CENTRE FLOS WOMEN’S INSTITUTE – SPECIAL
Student with the most points in section 159-207 $10.00

SPECIAL – COUNTRY FAIR BAKING CONTEST
TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF SECTION 208
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
208. Best homemade cookies, squares or bars from contestant 12 years and under, 2 each of 3 varieties(6 Total) Must include recipe, indicating the use of at least one Robin Hood product. Judging will be based on appearance , taste,texture, recipe creativity and presentation.

SPECIAL : ELMVALE BAKERY
1st- $10.00 , 2nd – $5.00, 3rd-$5.00
209. 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

210. Youth up to age 15 years as of December 31, 2016
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)

A trophy will be awarded to the Elementary student who has won the most points from entries in the fair. POits 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 210, inclusive.

ALL ITEMS MUST BE REMOVED FROM THE ARENA BETWEEN 4:30 PM AND 5:00 PM ON THE LAST DAY OF THE FAIR.