Class 14 – Junior Fair

Superintendent – Kelly-Ann Moar
RodneyAldboroughAgSociety@outook.com

The Rodney Aldborough Agricultural Society gratefully acknowledges the Elgin Federation of Agriculture for helping sponsor the Junior Fair.

 

Please read rules carefully.

  • One entry only by each pupil in any one section.
  • All work must be that of the exhibitor (except in the 6 & under section) and not have been previously exhibited at The Rodney Fair.
  • All entries to be brought to the hall between 4:00 pm and 9:00 pm on Thursday September 12, 2019.
  • Open to members 18 years and under as of The Rodney Fair dates, noting ages where specified.

 

NO membership or entry fee is required

 

PRINCE & PRINCESS CONTEST

Sponsored by Lorne & Cindy Vanbreda of Vanbreda Construction & Donna Miller

The individual girl & boy in Grades 1 to 4, (as of Sept. 2019), who succeeds in collecting the most points, in the Junior Fair Section will receive $25.00. Points awarded (1st – 5 points, 2nd – 4 points, 3rd – 3 points)

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

 

Crafts and hobbies

Prize Section 1-63: $2.50, $1.50, $1.00

FOR CHILDREN SIX and UNDER as of Sept, 2019

  1. Finger painting festival lights.
  2. Play dough farm animal.
  3. Make a 2D ferris wheel using popsicle sticks (glued to a piece of paper).
  4. Make a picture using stickers.

 

FOR CHILDREN AGES SEVEN – NINE as of Sept, 2019

  1. Colour a page from a colouring book with wax crayon, mounted on construction paper.
  2. Make a farm animal paper bag puppet.
  3. Make a mosaic landscape of a country night using torn construction or tissue paper.
  4. Draw a picture of your pet, or a favourite animal.

 

FOR CHILDREN AGES TEN – TWELVE as of Sept, 2019

  1. Create a harvest, or thanksgiving wreath.
  2. Make a LEGO tractor
  3. Create a picture using seeds, grains or beans depicting our Fair theme “Country Nights and Carnival Lights”
  4. Pencil sketch – any subject.

 

FOR CHILDREN AGES THIRTEEN –FIFTEEN as of Sept, 2019

  1. Create a 3D Ferris Wheel that spins using popsicle sticks or recycled material
  2. Make a hand made friendship bracelet.
  3. Painting acrylic – any subject
  4. Make a tie dyed article.

 

FOR CHILDREN AGES SIXTEEN — EIGHTEEN as of Sept, 2019

  1. Pencil sketch – 8 1⁄2” x 11”.
  2. Animal
  3. Portrait
  4. Scenic
  5. Three 4” x 6” photos, mounted on a 12” x 16” paper – Weather.
  6. Monochromatic Painting – 11” x 17”.
  7. Abstract Painting – 11” x 17”.

 

BAKING

PRESIDENT’S ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SPECIAL (ages 4-11)

Prizes: 1st – $15; 2nd – $10; 3rd – $5; 4th – $3

Peanut Butter Marshmallow Squares (12) – Attach recipe. 1st & 2nd prize entries become property of sponsor.
*** Note – Kids to “make”, parents to “cook/melt”

 

FOR CHILDREN SIX and UNDER as of Sept, 2019

  1. One (1) decorated cookie (decoration only judged)
  2. Make an edible necklace
  3. Homemade trail mix in a zip-lock bag.

 

FOR CHILDREN AGES SEVEN – NINE as of Sept, 2019

  1. Three brownie squares (no nuts), approximately 1” square.
  2. Three (3) cupcakes with edible decorated (decoration are judged only).
  3. Five (5) sugar cookies.

 

FOR CHILDREN AGES TEN –TWELVE as of Sept, 2019

  1. Five (5) decorated cupcakes with the fair theme.
  2. Three (3) decorated Rice Krispie stars with added flair such as candy, chocolate, sprinkles etc.
  3. Five (5) pieces of chocolate fudge.

 

FOR CHILDREN AGES THIRTEEN –FIFTEEN as of Sept, 2019

  1. Three (3) decorated cupcakes – one theme (decorations are judged only).
  2. Three (3) banana chocolate chip muffins.
  3. Five (5) brownies with icing. No nuts.

 

FOR CHILDREN AGES SIXTEEN — EIGHTEEN as of Sept, 2019

  1. Homemade pretzel.
  2. Carmel popcorn, 1 cup, sealed in a ziploc bag.
  3. Plate of 3 edible items dipped in chocolate (please name the food items if not visible).

 

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.

  1. Container Herb Garden
  2. Wedding Bouquet for a Farmer’s daughter

“Gardeners Delight” – an arrangement of wild flowers & weeds arranged in a watering can.

  1. Country Bouquet: an arrangement of fall flowers in a tin can.
  2. Green Thumb: an arrangement of flowers and greenery
  3. Snapdragons, 3 stems.
  4. Gladiolus, 1 spike.
  5. Zinnias, 3 blooms, over 4“.
  6. Zinnias, 3 blooms, under 4“.
  7. One cut stem from a summer flowering bulb gladiolus, rhizome such as canna lilies, begonias, day lilies or gladiolus.
  8. Largest sunflower – head only.
  9. Marigolds in a theme container.

 

FRUIT, VEGETABLES AND FIELD CROPS

 

Reminder: Open to 18 & under – Be sure entry tags are securely attached.

  1. Largest Beet.
  2. Largest Carrot.
  3. Largest Zucchini.
  4. Gourds displayed in a basket.
  5. Arrangement of six different vegetables, arrangement to count.
  6. Best pumpkin dressed as a farmer.
  7. Best dressed vegetable, fruit or gourd in the fair theme: Country Nights and Carnival Lights

Irene Kriter Special $6, 5, 4

  1. Best decorated scarecrow, not to exceed 48 inches.FAIR JUNIOR