Renfrew Fair

September 6-10, 2017

Junior Fair

Last Updated July 28, 2017

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JUNIOR FAIR COMMITTEE
Chairperson : Gladys Curry, 432-3864
Committee: Chris Campbell, Matthew Campbell,
Ellie Collins,Angela Field, Faye Gagan, Bev Patterson,
Grace Reid, Molly Reid

GENERAL RULES

1. Each exhibitor must be a member of the Junior Fair, and membership fee is $1.00. This will entitle the member to enter any or all classes of the Junior Fair in which he or she is eligible, and also entitles the member to free admission to the fair three times.
2. Entries should be tagged before arrival at the fair. Tags can be picked up in advance at the fair office. PLEASE DO NOT INCLUDE ADDRESS OF CHILD ON TAG DUE TO PRIVACY RULES.
3. Special rules governing entries, exhibits, etc., are given in detail in that section.
4. Only one entry per exhibitor allowed in each section.
5. All work must be that of the exhibitor (except in the 6 & under section) and not have been previously exhibited at Renfrew Fair.
6. All entries to be in between 6 p.m. and 9 p.m. Tuesday, September 5, 2017.
7. Open to members 18 years and under as of The Renfrew Fair dates, noting ages where specified.
NOTE: Individuals must exhibit in their appropriate age group and are entitled to exhibit in any higher age group in Junior Fair.
8. All entries must remain in the building until 5:30 p.m. on Sunday, September 10.

Prize Money: will be awarded in sections 10 to 144 and 148 to 157 as follows:
1st – $3.50: 2nd – $3.00: 3rd – $2.50: 4th – $2.00: 5th – $1.50
Special prizes awarded for Section 145, 146 & 147.

CLASS 10

MODEL MAKING – a model of ONE farm machine made from Lego, (no kits allowed).

SECTION
1. 6 years and under
2. 7 – 12 years.
3. 13 – 18 years.

Prize Money donated by BRIAN & ELLEN STOKES & FAMILY.
1st – $5.00: 2nd – $3.00: 3rd – $2.00


RENFREW FAIR POSTER COMPETITION

 

SECTION

  1. A hand drawn poster promoting Renfrew Fair minimum poster size is 8 1/2” x 11” without border and maximum poster size is 11” x 17” without border. Posters to be mounted on cardstock or Bristol board exposing on all four sides showing a 2” border. Name of fair, district, contact person, owner of poster must be clearly labeled on the back of each entry. Winning posters will be eligible to compete in District Competition in October.
    1. Junior Class – Youth up to and including Grade 4
    2. Intermediate Class – Grade 5 to Grade 8 inclusive
    3. Senior Class – Grade 9 – Grade 12

Prize Money Donated by BOB & IRIS GILCHRIST

Prize Money: 1st – $3.50: 2nd – $3.00: 3rd – $2.50: 4th – $2.00: 5th – $1.50


CARTER SHOWS 3-D POSTER COMPETITION

SECTION
5 6 years and under
6 7, 8, and 9 years
7 10, 11 and 12 years
8 13, 14 and 15 years
9 16, 17 and 18 years

RULES AND REGULATIONS
1. All posters must be original and the work of an Ontario elementary or secondary school student.
2. Maximum poster size being 30 cm x 45 cm (12” x 18”). The medium and materials used are open to the discretion of the student.
3. Each poster must depict an agricultural aspect of the fair where it is entered into competition. The poster will be judged on originality and artistic ability.
4. All entries must have the student’s name, address, telephone number, school affiliation and class entered, printed on the back of the poster.
5. Posters are to be brought to the fair on Tuesday, September 5, between 6 p.m. and 9 p.m.
6. Posters will be judged and prizes available to students Wednesday, September 6 at 4:00 p.m.
7. All prizes are the property of the prize-winning student.

Prizes:
1ST – 2 ride bracelets, 2ND – 1 ride bracelet, 3RD – 30 ride tickets
All entries receive 1 free cotton candy at the midway.

The 6 and under section (Parents may help!)

SECTION
10 Create a paper bag puppet of a farm animal.
11 Using three popsicle sticks, make and decorate a fish.
12 Decorate the top of a pencil.
13 Make a shape using your favourite stickers, maximum 8 ½” x 11”.
14 Make and decorate a princess wand.
15 Handmade Canada Day card using glitter, including a message.
16 Using a clothes pin, make and decorate a bird.
17 A page from a colouring book done in wax crayon, mounted on construction paper.
18 Collage, using a theme, 8 1/2” x 11”, no writing or title allowed on a collage.
19 Handmade gift for Father’s Day.
20 Make a fish aquarium on a paper plate.
21 Decorate a paper bag to depict Canada’s 150th birthday.
22 Make a butterfly using a toilet paper roll, ready to hang.
23 Using two toilet paper rolls, make and decorate a pair of binoculars, string attached.

ARTWORK
___________
7, 8 & 9 years

24 A multi-textured picture, 8 1/2 “ x 11”..
25 Using paint and a fork, create a Canada Day fireworks display.
26 Create a picture on 8 ½” x 11” paper of your favourite part of the farm.
27 Collage , Theme – “Pets”, no larger than 11” x 17”,no writing or title allowed
on a collage.
28 Create a bookmark using your favourite superhero.
29 Create a door hanger for your bedroom door, with a message.
_______________
10, 11 & 12 years

30 Clay article sculptured.
31 Collage, Theme – “Summer Fun”, no larger than 14” x 22”, no writing or title allowed on a collage.
32 Draw a picture of a cartoon character, 8 ½” x 11”.
33 Computer Art – Design an advertising poster for a Canada Day celebration,
8 ½” x 11”..
34 One 4 x 6” photo, “Weather“ – mounted.
35 Animal sketch – 8 ½” x 11”.

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13, 14 & 15 years

36 Three 4” x 6” photos, mounted on a 12” x 16” paper – “Holidays”.
37 Origami article.
38 Computer Art – Create a student ID card using a fictitious name.
39 Paint a rock with inspirational word/words, maximum 6” x 6”..
40 Create a split picture by cutting a 5” x 7” photo in half and re-creating the missing half, mounted on 8 ½” x 11” (Can be photocopy of picture).
41 Pencil sketch – 8 1/2” x 11”.
a) Animal
b) Portrait
c) Scenic
_______________
16, 17 & 18 years

42 Pencil sketch – 8 ½” x 11”.
a) Animal
b) Portrait
c) Scenic
43 Three 4” x 6” photos, mounted on a 12” x 16” paper – “Friends”.
44 Monochromatic Painting – 11” x 17”.
45 Collage – “Canada”, no larger than 14” x 22”, no writing or title allowed on a collage.
46 Abstract Painting – 11” x 17”.
47 Computer Art – Create a flyer to promote your own business.

HANDICRAFTS
___________
7, 8 & 9 years

48 Create a duck puppet that requires two fingers to perform.
49 Create a minion using a toilet paper roll.
50 Create a rocket ship using a paper towel roll.
51 GO GREEN – Create a mobile using toilet paper rolls using your favourite theme.
52 Create a Canada Day kite, ready to hang.
53 Decorated sunglasses.
54 Decorate an unopened non-perishable box or can food as a gift for the local food bank (all entries donated to local food bank).

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10, 11 & 12 years

55 Decorate a light switch cover.
56 Decorate a rock to depict Canada Day, maximum 6” x 6”.
57 Create an animal using a clay pot, accessories allowed.
58 An item of homemade jewelry.
59 A place card for Easter dinner – a first name only – not larger than 3” x 4”.
60 Tin can wind sock decorated for Canada Day.
61 Sun catcher using beads and other media.
62 Decorate an unopened non-perishable box or can food as a gift for the local food bank (all entries donated to local food bank).
63 Any article sewn.
64 Any article crocheted.
65 Any article knitted.
66 Any article quilted.

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13, 14 & 15 years

67 Punched tin can lantern depicting a character or theme.
68 Create and decorate a wreath for Canada Day.
69 GO GREEN – Create a totem pole using Kleenex boxes and other media.
70 An item of homemade jewelry.
71 Clay article sculptured.
72 Decorate an unopened non-perishable box or can food as a gift for the local food bank (all entries donated to local food bank).
73 Any article sewn.
74 Any article crocheted.
75 Any article knitted.
76 Any article quilted.
77 Any article of woodworking.
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16, 17 & 18 years

78 A creative, decorated home-made mask.
79 Aluminum foil sculpture.
80 Inuksuk, maximum 12” x 12”.
81 Decorate a cap for Canada Day.
82 GO GREEN – Create a bird feeder using recyclable materials.
83 Decorate an unopened non-perishable box or can food as a gift for the local food bank (all entries donated to local food bank).
84 Any article sewn.
85 Any article crocheted.
86 Any article knitted.
87 Any article quilted.
88 Any article of woodworking.

BAKING

MIXES NOT ALLOWED – show on paper plate, in a zip-lock bag, with tag securely attached to plate. Please use a 5” or 6” plate for sections requesting three items and please use a 7” or 8” plate for sections requesting five items.

7, 8 & 9 years

89 Three cookies of the same kind, named.
90 Three Reindeer Cookies displayed on a plate.

Red-Nosed Reindeer Cookies
Ingredients:
2 pretzels for antlers
1 tsp. frosting, ready to spread
M& M’s or smarties for eyes & mouth
Plain cookie (oatmeal, gingersnap etc)

Using frosting, attach antlers, eyes & mouth. (Only decorations judged).

91 Three muffins of the same kind, named.
92 One large decorated cookie for Canada 150th – decorations only to be judged.

_______________
10, 11 & 12 years

93 Three cookies of the same kind, named.
94 Three pieces of your favourite square – approximately 1” square.
95 Three decorated cupcakes for Canada’s 150th (only decorations judged).
96 Three muffins of the same kind, named.

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13, 14 & 15 years

97 Three cookies of the same kind, named.
98 Plate of 3 edible items dipped in chocolate, named.
99 Three muffins of the same kind, named.
100 Three pieces of rice krispie squares decorated for Canada’s 150th (only decorations judged)..


SECTION 101

ONTARIO ASSOCIATION OF

AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES SPECIAL

OPEN TO YOUTH UP TO 15 YEARS OF AGE

(as of December 31 of current year)

8 CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIES ON A PLATE

COOKIES MUST BE NO LARGER THAN 3” AND NO SMALER THAN 2” IN THE ROUND

 

WINNER WILL BE REQUESTED TO MAKE 8 COOKIES FOR THE COMPETITION AT THE DISTRICT MEETING HELD

IN OCTOBER

 

PRIZE MONEY 1st – $3.50; 2nd – $3.00; 3rd – $2.50;

4th – $2.00; 5th – $1.50

Donated by Linda McCallum


 

16, 17 & 18 years
102. Plate of 3 edible items dipped in chocolate, named.
103. Three unbaked cookies, named.
104. Three muffins of the same kind, named.
105. Decorated pretzels, three on a plate.
106. Rice Krispie sculpture decorated for Canada’s 150th birthday (only
decorations judged).
107. Three S’mores Marshmallow Pops
Ingredients:
3 large marshmallows 3 sticks
Chocolate Chips Crushed graham crackers
Melt chocolate in a microwave until smooth. Insert stick into
marshmallow.
Dip in melted chocolate. Roll in graham wafer crumbs

FRUIT, VEGETABLES AND FIELD CROPS
Reminder: Open to 18 & under – Be sure entry tags are securely attached.
108. Sweet Corn, 3 ears, husked.
109. 3 Yellow Onions.
110. 8 Potatoes in a basket, variety specified.
111. 2 Zucchini
112. 5 Table Beets, 2“stem.
113. 5 Carrots, any variety, 1“ top.
114. 3 Ripe Tomatoes, over 2” in diameter, with calyx.
115. 3 Ripe Tomatoes, under 2” in diameter on a 5” or 6” plate, with calyx.
116. 2 Table Cucumbers.
117. 2 Green Peppers.
118. 1 Pie Pumpkin.
119. 1 Head Cabbage, red or green.
120. 5 Beans, wax or novelty.
121. 5 Scarlet runner beans.
122. 3 Eating Apples – variety specified.
123. Arrangement of six different vegetables, arrangement to count.
124. 2 varieties of fresh herbs, in water – named.

FLOWERS

REMINDER: Open to 18 & under – be sure entry tags are securely attached.
NOTE: Be sure to name variety when asked.
When exhibiting flowers, a bud is considered a bloom.
125. Asters, 3 blooms.
126. Calendula, 3 stems.
127. Marigolds, over 2“ in diameter, 3 stems
128. Pansies, 3 stems.
129. Gladiolus, 1 spike.
130. Zinnias, 3 blooms, over 4“.
131. Zinnias, 3 blooms, under 4“.
132. Snapdragons, 3 stems.
133. Dwarf Sunflower, up to 4“ in diameter on a 8“ stem, in a container.
134. Petunias, single, 3 stems.
135. Cosmos, 3 blooms.
136. Sunflower head, over 4“ in diameter.
137. House plant in bloom (named).
138. Other annual, 3 blooms, named, not listed above.
139. Other perennial, 3 blooms, named, not listed above.
140. Hosta, 3 leaves.
141. “O Canada” – An arrangement in a suitable container.
– open to 12 years and under.
142. “Watch your Garden Grow” – An arrangement in a small watering can
– open to 12 years and under.
143. “Let’s Be Sneaky” – An arrangement of flowers in a sneaker
– open to 13 years and over.
144. “O Canada” – An arrangement in a suitable container
– open to 13 years and over.

SPECIALS

145. Most points in Junior Fair Class 10.
Prize Money Donated by Gladys Curry 1st – $30.00

146. Most points in Canada Day categories.
Prize Money Donated by Angela Field 1st – $20.00

147. Decorate a t-shirt for Canada’s 150th Birthday.
Prize Money Donated by Judy Dobec 1st – $15.00; 2nd – $10.00; 3rd – $5.00

FIELD CROPS
ENTRIES IN SECTIONS 148 – 157 MAY NOT BE SHOWN IN ANY OTHER CLASS.
148. 10 lbs. of beans.
149. 10 lbs. of oats.
150. 10 lbs. of wheat.
151. 10 lbs. of barley.
152. Sheaf of grain – 4” in diameter halfway up stems.
153. One 4” flake of baled first cut hay.
154. One 4” flake of baled second cut hay.
155. 6 stalks of ensilage corn, with cobs attached, hybrid identified.
156. 8 cobs of field corn, hybrid identified.
157. Any other field crop (not listed above) to be identified.

CLASS 20
OPEN 4-H CLASS

1. 4 photographs, mounted on 8”x10” bristolboard, representing “Learn To Do By Doing.
2. Scrapbook page showing “4-H in Action”.
3. Vegetable creature that looks like a cartoon character – photo of that character attached.
4. Balloon creature.
5. 3 Chocolate Chip Cookies, on a paper plate and in a sealed plastic bag.
6. 2 Carrots (on a paper plate).
7. Wind Chime, made from recycled material, ready to hang.
8. Poem, max. 12 lines, describing your 4-H experience in 2017, member’s ages 9 – 12 at Renfrew Fair time.
9. Poem, max. 12 lines, describing your 4-H experience in 2017, member’s ages 13 – 21 at Renfrew Fair time.
10. Cloverbuds only: Anything made by a Cloverbud Club in 2017.
11. Collage, 14” x 21”, representing a club which you completed in 2017 – club to be named.

Prize Money: 1st – $5.00; 2nd – $4.00; 3rd – $3.00

CLASS 30
4-H INTERCLUB COMPETITIONS

1. Class 30 is open to any member of a Renfrew County 4-H Club organized since September 2016.
2. Exhibits must be placed in the Exhibit Hall, Tuesday, September 5th, between 6 p.m. and 9 p.m.

SECTION
1. Individual posters – A poster prepared by an individual member of a 4-H Club, club to be named on entry form.
2. Individual exhibit – An exhibit prepared by an individual member of a 4-H Club, club to be named on entry form.

Prize Money:
1st Prize group – $5.00; 2nd Prize group – $4.00; 3rd Prize group – $3.00

4-H CLUB EXHIBIT
COMPETITION

SECTION
3. Club exhibit presenting information learned during the project.
4. Club exhibit promoting the 4-H program.

Prize Money:
1st Prize – $20.00; 2nd Prize – $15.00; 3rd Prize – $10.00

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