INTERMEDIATE DIVISION

Grade 9 up to age 18 in school

Chairperson: Bonita Austin 705-787-0312

ALL ENTRIES MUST BE IN TO THE FAIR BY THURSDAY SEPT 22 BY 12:30

Junior and Intermediate divisions is FREE to enter in ALL CATERGORIES up until the age of 18 (in school)

You may enter in any category for your age or grade and above BUT not below

IMPORTANT—Fill Out Your Tag

Youth Poster Competition

Open to all ages: Prizes—1st—$10.00, 2nd—$8.00, 3rd—$5.00

“Promoting your Fair”


Name and date of fair must be clearly shown on poster.

Must be hand drawn

Poster size: Minimum—8 1/2” X 11” (22 cm X 28.5 cm) without border

Poster size Maximum—11” X 17” (29 cm X 44 cm) without border

EACH ENTRY MUST BE CENTERED ON A CARDSTOCK OR BRISTOL BOARD EXPOSING A 2” (5.5 CM) BORDER ON ALL FOUR SIDES

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


YP03—Entries include Intermediate Grade 9 to Grade 12 


YOUTH CHOICE

Prizes: 1st—$2.00, 2nd—$1.50, 3rd—$1.00


YC-3— Ages 13 to 18. Make a Handmade Instrument


Ontario Associations of Agricultural Societies

Chocolate Chip Cookie Competition

PRIZES: 1st—$5.00, 2nd -$3.00, 3rd-$2.00


Open to ages up to and including age 15 (as of December of current year)


3 chocolate chip cookies on a paper plate


Winner will be asked to prepare and present 8 cookies on a paper plate to compete at District competition in October 2022. If successful, then the District winner will move onto the provincial competition in February 2023. Each cookie should be 2—3 inches in diameter.



FLOWER ARRANGING

Prize money: 1st-$3.00,2nd-$2.00,3rd-$1.00


FI-1—Vase arrangement using items from Nature

FI-2 —Your favourite song made into an arrangement. Artificial or real flowers may be used, but more credit will be given for the use of real flowers. *** Name of song on the entry tag.

FI-3 —Arrange any 3 fresh cut flowers in a vase or container of water.


BAKING

Prize money: 1st-$3.00,2nd-$2.00,3rd-$1.00

All entries on paper plate covered with plastic bag or wrap


BI-1— 3 brownies, no icing—may contain nuts

BI-2— 3 bran muffins

BI-3— 3 butter tarts—may contain raisins

BI-4— 1 Bread Loaf. Not bread machine bread. Homemade.


SEWING

Prize money: 1st-$3.00,2nd-$2.00,3rd-$1.00

SE-20— A cushion

SE-21— An item of clothing

SE-22— Small Quilt ( or larger ). NOTE: A Quilt has 3 Layers

SE–23— Any other item or set not mentioned


KNITTING/CROCHET/CRAFT

Prize money: 1st-$3.00,2nd-$2.00,3rd-$1.00


KC-1— Knit or crochet a scarf—1 or more colours

KC-2— Create any other article of knitting or crochet

KC-3— Rainbow Loom creation

KC-4— Any other craft or creative work not mentioned.


ART

Prize money, 1st- $3.00, 2nd— $2.00, 3rd— $1.00


All entries must have firm backing and a means of hanging, wire, hook, etc. Any painting or drawing mediums can be used. Canvas by itself is not a means of hanging.


AI-1— Painted rock

AI-2— Pastel art, of your choice

AI-3— Pencil sketch, of your choice

AI-4— Water colour art, of your choice

AI-5— Original computer generated art, of your choice

AI-6— Wildlife scene

AI-7— Architecture—focus of drawing must be a building

AI-8— Any painting or drawing not mentioned above


CANNING / PRESERVES

Prize money, 1st- $3.00, 2nd— $2.00, 3rd— $1.00


CP-1— Strawberry Jam in a 1/2 pint sealer jar or larger jar

CP-2— Preserves, Any kind, Label what it is. In a 1/2 pint sealer jar or larger

Judged on: Quality, Taste, Clarity where applicable and the jar is properly sealed.


FAMILY MAPLE SYRUP MAKING

Prize money, 1st- $3.00, 2nd— $2.00, 3rd— $1.00


FS-1— Display 1 glass jar or bottle of Syrup, Approximately 250ml size.


INCLUDE a Story Board with photographs showing the whole family involved in the stages of the process. To be Judged on the Quality of the Syrup and Completeness of the Story


WOODWORKING and WELDING

Prize money, 1st- $3.00, 2nd— $2.00, 3rd— $1.00


WI-1— A WOOD item made from scratch—finished. ( No bare wood showing )

WI-2— An item created by WELDING. Example: bracket, box, artistic

Will be judged mostly on– clean, consistent, uniform weld and creativity

NOTE: High school projects done in class after last Fair Judging day, may be

entered in the current year Fair.