Sundre & District Agriculture Society
School & Adult Fair
Class & Prize Book
SUNDRE SCHOOL FAIR REGULATIONS
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Sundre & District School Fair will be held on the first Friday following the Labor Day weekend.
Any student Horticulture, Industrial Arts, Baking and Handicraft entries can be brought to the
Curling Rink Thursday (night before Fair Day) from 7:00-9:00 pm, or Friday (Fair Day) from
8:00-9:30 am.
Judging starts at 10:00 am sharp, with the area being closed to public.
Viewing on Fair Day is approximately 2:30 - 7:00 pm at Curling Rink, and 1:00-4:00 pm at the
Elementary school gym.
Decision of the judges is final in all classes.
Unless otherwise stated, the prize money per class will be:
First - $4.00 - 6 pts.
Second - $3.00 - 4 pts.
Third - $2.00 - 2 pts.
Fourth - $1.00 - 1 pt.
All classes are open to both boys and girls. Only one entry per person is allowed in each class.
Articles must never have been entered in the Sundre School Fair before. Only exhibits listed in
the Fair Class and Prize List book will be accepted.
Any animal deemed uncontrollable or dangerous will be removed on order of the Livestock
Director.
Prize money and awards for school work will be presented at a later date the school.
Prize money for Horticulture, Industrial Arts, Baking, Handicraft, and Livestock will be presented
at the Curling Rink at 7:00 pm the evening of the fair. All exhibits must be picked up from the
Curling Rink by 7:30 pm.
All entrants must be students residing in the Sundre area. All school work exhibits will be
collected by the teachers by the end of June of the previous school year, unless otherwise
stated.
The grade of the child on the first day of June of the current fair year will determine the grade of
the classes that may be entered.
An entry form from the Fair Class & Prize List book must be completed with sections & class
numbers (see the back of this book for blank copy).
Entry tags will be supplied and must be completed and attached securely to each exhibit by the
exhibitor. Please register in advance and pick up tags before Fair Day.
Each exhibitor for the Bench Show will be required to pay $1.00 (one dollar) entry fee.
EXHIBITS ARE NOT TO BE REMOVED FROM THE CURLING RINK UNTIL AFTER THE 7:00 PM
PRESENTATIONS ON FAIR DAY and all entries must be removed by 7:30 pm.
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HORTICULTURE - All horticulture exhibits must be grown in the Sundre Area.
Section F: FLOWERS
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F02
F03
F04
F05
F06
F07
F08
F09
F10
Bouquet of fresh flowers suitable for a living room
Bouquet of fresh flowers suitable for a dining room table
Arrangement of flowers
Vase of sweet peas, 6 spikes
Pressed sweet peas, 6 spikes
Field and stream bouquet (wild flowers or weeds)
Cup and saucer fresh flower arrangement
Dried flower arrangement
House plant, foliage
House plant, flowering
Section G: GRAINS AND FORAGE
Sheaf's to be hand-selected, obtained anywhere, not less than 2 in. or 5 cm. in diameter at the centre
band, not over 30 in. or 77 cm. in length, stripped of leaves.
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GF3
GF4
GF5
GF6
Sample of hay in plastic grocery bag
Sheaf of oats
Sheaf of barley
Oats, threshed, 1 pint in pint sealer
Barley, threshed, 1 pint in pint sealer
Section V: VEGETABLES AND FRUITS
V01
V02
V03
V04
V05
V06
V07
V08
V09
V10
V11
V12
V13
V14
V15
V16
Beets - 3 round or cylindrical, must have 1/2 inch tops
Cabbage - 1 (any variety)
Carrots - 3 with 1/2 inch tops
Onions - 3 (cooking) should not be peeled
Pods of peas - 5
Potatoes - 3 (red)
Potatoes - 3 (white)
Squash - 1 (any variety) name variety
Beans - Yellow - 5
Beans - Green - 5
Tomatoes - 3 any variety
Any fruit home-grown in Sundre area, named
Any vegetable collection consisting of at least six (6) different vegetables
A creation composed of at least 5 vegetables (quality of vegetables not to be judged)
– this class only: vegetable may be store bought for creativity purposes
Largest carrot by weight
Sunflower - one head
Section W: WEEDS -W01 Weed collection. Ten (10) weeds of ALBERTA, pressed, mounted and named.
Exhibited on a standard sized sheet of poster board.
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Class & Prize Book
Section L: LIVESTOCK
REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED at the Curling Rink for all Livestock participants (8-10 AM).
PLEASE NOTE: All livestock must be owned by the child, his or her parents or guardians.
CLASS TIMES:
12:00 PM
1:00 PM
Pet Parade - For all students in Grades 1 & 2
Pet Obedience Class
Trick Pet Class
Calf, goat & lamb class
Horse classes
Held between the Sundre Arts Center and Sundre Community Learning Center:
L01
Pet Obedience Class - For all students not eligible for the Pet Parade (may have been in parade)
L02
Trick Pet Class - For all students not eligible for Pet Parade (may have been in parade or L1)
L03
Fastest Eating dog - Provide a 14 oz. can of dog food and a dish for your dog
MUST HAVE/BRING YOUR OWN CRATE(S) FOR SHOWING:
L04
Rabbit, male or female, meat breed
L05
Rabbit, male or female, non-meat breed
L06
Cockerel or hen, 1 heavy breed, meat breed
L07
Cockerel or hen, 1 light breed, laying breed
L08
Turkey Gobbler or hen, 1
L09
Goose or gander, 1
L10
Duck, 1
L11
Bantams, Fancy chickens, 1 pair
L12
Pigeons
HELD AT RODEO GROUNDS:
Judging: Calves, goats, lambs to be judged - 40% showmanship, 60% animal
L13
Market goat
L14
Market lamb, 95-110 lb
L15
Best trained heifer or steer, dairy or beef, grade or purebred
Judging: Horses to be judged - 60% showmanship, 40% animal
(Halter classes will be judged first)
EQUITATION CLASSES:
LH01 Child's Pony, 14 hands and under, rider 12 years and under
LH02 Child's Pony, 14 hands and under, rider 13 years and over
LH03 Child's Horse, over 14 hands, rider 12 years and under
LH04 Child's Horse, over 14 hands, rider 13 years and over
LH05 Child's Pony, under 48 inches, rider 12 years and under
HALTER CLASSES:
LH06 Child's Pony, 14 hands and under, rider 12 years and under
LH07 Child's Pony, 14 hands and under, rider 13 years and over
LH08 Child's Horse, over 14 hands, rider 12 years and under
LH09 Child's Horse, over 14 hands, rider 13 years and over
LH10 Child's Pony, under 48 inches, rider 12 years and under
LH11 School Pony Class - Child to be judged for authenticity in representing the era
when horses were ridden to school
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School & Adult Fair
Class & Prize Book
INDUSTRIAL ARTS
Articles must never have been entered in the Sundre School Fair before. Students may complete in
classes above their previous grade, but not in classes below. Enter by the grade you were in on June 1st
IA100
IA101
IA102
IA103
IA104
IA106
IA107
IA108
IA109
IA110
IA111
IA112
IA113
IA114
IA115
IA116
IA117
IA118
IA119
IA120
IA121
IA122
IA123
IA124
IA125
IA126
IASH1
IASH2
IASH3
IASH4
IASH5
IASH6
Grade 1&2
Grade 1&2
Grade 1&2
Grade 1&2
Grade 1&2
Grade 1&2
Grade 3&4
Grade 3&4
Grade 3&4
Grade 3&4
Grade 4-6
Grade 5&6
Grade 5&6
Grade 5&6
Grade 5&6
Grade 5&6
Grade 5&6
Grade 1-4
Grade 5-8
Grade 7-8
Grade 7-8
Grade 7-9
Grade 7-8
Grade 7-8
Grade 7-8
Grade 7-8
Grade 9-12
Grade 9-12
Grade 9-12
Grade 9-12
Grade 9-12
Grade 9-12
ARTWORK
H927 Grade 1&2
H928 Grade 3&4
H929 Grade 5&6
H930 Grade 7&8
HS931 Grade 9-12
Penny bank made of any material
Article made of plastic
Creation built of Lego
Photo (mounted)
Paper Mache creation
Article made of wood
Finished model from purchased kit
Creation built of Lego (not a kit)
Photo (mounted)
Bird house
Finished model from purchased kit
Decorative or practical article made of plastic
Soap carving
3-dimensional creation from paper, any weight, not corrugated cardboard
Creation built of Lego (not a kit)
Photo (mounted)
Article made out of natural material. Identify the material.
Article made out of natural material. Identify the material.
Photograph - digital
Model racing car, constructed of wood & painted.
Article constructed of plastic
Article constructed of wood
Article constructed of metal
Article made on wood turning lathe
Finished model from a kit
Article made of metal
Article made of wood
Handy device welded by student
Screen Printing on any material
Business Card Original Design
Photo (mounted)
Article made on wood turning lathe
Any medium (unframed)
Any medium (unframed)
Any medium (unframed)
Any medium (unframed)
Any medium (unframed)
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School & Adult Fair
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BAKING
Enter by the grade you were in June 1st. All entries must be received prior to 10:00 am Fair Day.
Students may compete in classes above their previous grade, but not in classes below.
Please display all baking on a plate in clear plastic bags and use clothes pins to close or a zip lock
(NO MIXES OR MICROWAVE BAKING ALLOWED)
B101
B102
B103
B104
B105
B106
B107
B108
B109
B110
B111
B112
B113
B114
B115
B116
B117
B118
B119
B120
B124
B125
B126
B127
B128
B129
B130
B131
B132
B133
B134
B135
B136
B137
B138
B139
B140
BHS1
BHS2
BHS3
Grade 1-3
Grade 1-3
Grade 1-3
Grade 1-3
Grade 1-3
Grade 1-3
Grade 1-3
Grade 4-6
Grade 4-6
Grade 4-6
Grade 4-6
Grade 4-6
Grade 4-6
Grade 4-6
Grade 4-6
Grade 4-6
Grade 4-6
Grade 7-8
Grade 7-8
Grade 7-8
Grade 7-8
Grade 7-8
Grade 7-8
Grade 7-8
Grade 7-8
Grade 7-8
Grade 7-8
Grade 7-8
Grade 7-8
Grade 7-8
Grade 7-8
Grade 7-8
Grade 7-8
Grade 7-8
Grade 7-8
Grade 7-8
Grade 7-8
Grade 7-8
Grade 9-12
Grade 9-12
Chocolate chip cookies (6)
Blueberry muffins in paper baking cups (6)
Peanut butter cookies (6)
Edible creation from "Rice Krispie Square" recipe (e.g. Snowman)
Brownies with nuts, un-iced (6)
School lunch in suitable container (supply a list of ingredients)
Unbaked cookies (6)
Chocolate chip cookies (6)
Blueberry muffins in paper baking cups (6)
Peanut butter cookies (6)
Edible creation from "Rice Krispie Square" recipe (e.g. Snowman)
Brownies with nuts, un-iced (6)
School lunch in suitable container (supply a list of ingredients)
Unbaked cookies (6)
Baking powder biscuits
Decorated cupcakes in paper cups (6) judged on decoration and quality
Nutritious snack, for 1 person, suitable for hiking
Chocolate chip cookies (6)
Blueberry muffins in paper baking cups (6)
Peanut butter cookies (6)
Edible creation from "Rice Krispie Square" recipe (e.g. Snowman)
Brownies with nuts, un-iced (6)
School lunch in suitable container (supply a list of ingredients)
Unbaked cookies (6)
Baking powder biscuits
Decorated cupcakes in paper cups (6) judged on decoration and quality
School lunch in suitable container (supply a list of ingredients)
Nutritious snack, for 1 person, suitable for hiking
Chocolate cake, out of pan, iced
Muffins with fruit & or nuts
One variation of baking powder biscuits (e.g. Cheese, raisin, cinnamon) (6)
Nutritious after school snack, for 1 person
Dinner or pan rolls, white or brown (6)
Pie, 2 crust, any homemade filling
Butter tarts (6)
Any loaf of quick bread
Short bread cookies (6)
Muffins with fruit & or nuts
Chocolate cake, out of pan, iced
Cinnamon rolls with fruit & or nuts (6)
….*MORE BAKING classes on next page – Grade 9-12*
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BAKING continued: Grades 9-12
BHS4 Grade 9-12
White or brown bread (1)
BHS5 Grade 9-12
Fancy squares (6 of one kind)
BHS6 Grade 9-12
Pie, 2 crust, any homemade filling
BHS7 Grade 9-12
Decorated cake, judged on decoration only
BHS8 Grade 9-12
Baked cookies (6) any variety
BHS9 Grade 9-12
Any loaf of quick bread
HANDICRAFTS
Articles must never have been entered in the Sundre School Fair before. Students may complete in
classes above their previous grade, but not in classes below. Enter by the grade you were in on June 1st.
H100
H101
H102
H103
H105
H106
H107
H108
H109
H110
H111
H112
H113
H114
H115
H116
H117
H118
H119
H120
H121
H122
H123
H124
H125
H126
H127
H128
HS129
HS130
HS131
HS133
HS134
HS135
HS136
Grade 1&2
Grade 1&2
Grade 1&2
Grade 1&2
Grade 1&2
Grade 1&2
Grade 1&2
Grade 1&2
Grade 3&4
Grade 3&4
Grade 3&4
Grade 3&4
Grade 5&6
Grade 5&6
Grade 5&6
Grade 5&6
Grade 5&6
Grade 5&6
Grade 7-8
Grade 7-8
Grade 7-8
Grade 7-8
Grade 7-8
Grade 7-8
Grade 7-8
Grade 7-8
Grade 7-8
Grade 7-8
Grade 9-12
Grade 9-12
Grade 9-12
Grade 9-12
Grade 9-12
Grade 9-12
Grade 9-12
T-shirt, decorated in own design
Picture made of felt to be hung
Play dough or dough art creation
Decorated glass jar or tin can, suitable for use as a flower vase
Beading (kits allowed)
Cross-stitch article, kits allowed
Button picture, either sewn or glued on fabric or paper
Cork or spool knitting
Cross-stitch article, kits allowed
Plastic canvas article, kits allowed
Rubberstamped greeting card
Scrapbooking 1 page
Cross-stitch article, kits allowed
Sewn article, hand or machine
Decoration made from pine or other cones
Plastic Canvas article, kits allowed
Rubberstamped greeting card
Scrapbooking, 1 page
Sewn apron or other usable article (must be machine stitched)
Handmade article, hand stitched (e.g. Christmas decoration)
Handmade article, machine stitched (e.g. Christmas decoration)
Beading (kits allowed)
Cross-stitch article, kits allowed
Plastic canvas article, kits allowed
Stitched greeting card
Rubberstamped greeting card
Scrapbooking, 1 page
Pottery or ceramic article
Blouse or simple jacket
Pants or skirt
Simple backpack/purse/grocery bag
Small sewn project e.g. Bookmark, pin cushion
Project using recycled materials
Any knitted article
Any crocheted article
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