Class 40 – Junior / School

Class 40 – Junior/School

Director: Debbie Legrow, 705-647-5248
Associate: Jennifer Seymour, 705-563-2469

Associate:  Kelly Burrows 705-672-2051

Jr. Portable open to public:

Thursday 4 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Saturday 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Notes to teachers, parents and exhibitors for exhibits for junior/school fair section:

1. The classes herein are intended for pupils in the Elementary and Secondary Schools or 18 years and under.
2. There are many choices of “things to make” under the guidance of the teachers, but there are others that can be done at home (especially during the holidays).
3. Numbers on the left are SECTIONS. Enter as many as possible. Your exhibitor numbers will be assigned to you so use it on all of the cards, which are attached to your Exhibits. If you do not have a membership number for 2016, please contact the Fair Secretary.
4. Pupils may, and we encourage you to, enter as many items as possible. Read grade or age limits in classes. Check for max size or special instructions.
5. Teachers are encouraged to pick the best out of the best in class projects.
6. If you have any questions, please contact the Director, Debbie Legrow, at 705-647-5248.
7. All exhibits must be ready for exhibition in the Junior/School portable no later than 9 p.m. on Wednesday of Fair week, as judging is scheduled to start at 9 a.m. on Thursday. EXHIBITS MUST BE REMOVED FROM THE PORTABLE BETWEEN 9 AM AND 1 PM ON SUNDAY OF FAIR WEEK.  NO EXHIBITS CAN BE REMOVED BEFORE THIS TIME.

Attention all students:
Jr. Ambassador of the Fair

The Junior Exhibitor that excels in Class 40, 41,42 and 43 will be awarded the Jr.  Ambassador medallion, a New Liskeard Fall Fair Souvenir, a cash prize and a special place in the Children’s Day Parade on Friday.

The winner of the award will be contacted by 5p.m. on Thursday of Fair week and this  award will be presented at the opening ceremonies at 7 p.m.

Please make sure your name and phone number are on your exhibitor form so we have a contact number, if you are the exhibitor with the highest points. 

Don’t forget to fill out an entry form. Please make a list of your exhibits with your membership number on the entry form. Your name, number, school, parents’ names and address MUST be on the entry form or prize money cannot be mailed to you. Prize money can also be picked up at the annual Awards Banquet October 27th, 2017 at Riverside Place.

There is no entry fee required if only entering the School/Junior classes, but you will still require an Exhibitor Number and you must fill out a general Entry Form (green form in middle of book). Give this form to the Fair Secretary at the Fair office.

Rules

1. All entries must be made/grown by the Exhibitor.
2. All articles must be shown for the first time at the New Liskeard Fall Fair.
3. Only ONE entry per exhibitor in each class.
4. Articles must have entry tags attached with the Exhibitor’s name, school, exhibitor number, parents’ names and address (the same as entry form). You may get a supply of these tags in advance by contacting the Secretary, Janice Lancaster at 705-647-4242. They will also be available at The Match Factory after August 1, 2017.
5. School grades refer to the 2016/2017 school year.
6. Baking: only one entry per batch (siblings enteing cookies/squares etc. in the same class are only hurting themselves as the Judge can tell if they taste exactly the same and will award the prize to another exhibitor).
7. If there is only one entry in a class the Judge has the right to place it appropriately (in other words, you may not always win first place if the Judge feels that it could have been done better).
8. If you have any questions about any of the School/Junior Section, please contact the Director, Debbie Legrow at 705-647-5248.

Prize Money for Junior/School – Classes 40 & 41

Sections           1st Place   2nd Place   3rd Place   4th Place
Crafts, etc.         $4.00         $3.00          $2.50          $2.00
Baking                $4.00         $3.00          $2.50         $2.00
Flowers              $4.00         $3.00          $2.50          $2.00
Vegetables         $4.00         $3.00          $2.50          $2.00
Artwork               $4.00         $3.00          $2.50          $2.00
Eggs                  $4.00         $3.00          $2.50          $2.00

Crafts, etc.: Daycare/Playgroups (2-4 yrs & pre-school)

A plaque donated by ScotiaBank New Liskeard will be awarded to the exhibitor with the most points in the Daycare Section at the Awards Banquet to be kept by the exhibitor for 1 year. A keeper medallion will also be provided.

Section

1.Pet Rock
2.Craft using stickers
3. Snowman using cotton balls
4. Finger Painting (max 8.5”x11”)
5.Craft decorated with buttons and/or stick-on gems.
6. Craft using Cereal
7. 12 Pretty Stones in a decorated egg carton
8.Using paint a hand and foot print on the same page (max 9″ x12″)
9. Article made from disposable cartons/boxes
10. 6 items found on a Nature Walk (displayed in a shallow
box/container) NO LIVE CRITTERS
11.Craft using toilet tissue/paper towel roller(s)
12. Craft using disposable plates and/or cups

 

Judge’s Choice: $5.00 & Rosette

Crafts, etc.: Primary (Jr. & Sr. kindergarten)

A plaque donated by Chartrand’s Your Independent Grocer will be awarded to the exhibitor with the most points in the Primary Section at the Awards Banquet to be kept by the exhibitor for 1 year. A keeper medallion will also be provided.

Section

13. Pretend paper pizza
14. 100’s Day Collection – 100 of any article  (max 12″x12″ must be secure)
15. Craft using disposable plates and/or cups
16. Finger Painting (max 9” x 12”)
17. A rainbow any type
18. Print own name
19. Craft using pasta or cereal
20. Gift for Mom
21. Gift for Dad
22. Textured picture – (sand, feathers, gems, buttons, sawdust etc.,)
23. 6 items found on a Nature Walk (displayed in a shallow decorated box) NO LIVE CRITTERS
24. 12 Pretty stones in a decorated egg carton
25. Pet Rock
26. Craft using egg cartons or small boxes
27. Using paint – hand and/or foot prints to create a picture (max 9″ x 12″)

Judge’s Choice: $5.00 & Rosette

Crafts, etc.: Elementary (Grades 1 & 2)

A plaque donated by the Elementary Teachers Federation of Ontario will be awarded to the exhibitor with the most points in the Elementary Section at the Awards Banquet to be kept by the exhibitor for 1 year. A keeper medallion will also be provided.

Section

28. Critter made from pine cones & other things from nature (under 6″)
29. Craft using pom-poms and pipe cleaners
30. 100’s Day Collection – 100 of any article (max. 12″x12″ must be secure)
31. Using paint- hand and/or foot prints to create a picture (max. 9 x 12)
32. Article made from take-out food container(s)
33. Pretend paper pizza
34. Christmas tree decoration
35. Craft using cartons (egg, juice or milk)
36. Printing of alphabet (upper and lower case)
37. Craft using pasta or cereal
38. Gift for Mom
39. Gift for Dad
40. Gift for Pet
41. Textured picture – (sand, feathers, gems, buttons, sawdust etc.,)
42. Decorated musical instrument (from recycled materials)
43. Fall craft (max. 9″ x 12″)
44. Cut & Paste – Things to show your favourite colour (judged on cutting skills, max 9″ x12″)
45. Pet Rock
46. 6 items found on a Nature Walk (displayed in a shallow decorated box/container NO LIVE CRITTERS
47. Any other article not mentioned

Judge’s Choice: $5.00 & Rosette

Crafts, etc.: Junior (Grades 3 & 4)

A plaque donated by The Temiskaming Speaker will be awarded to the exhibitor with the most points in the Junior Section at the Awards Banquet to be kept by the exhibitor for 1 year. A keeper medallion will also be provided.

Section

48. Decorated musical instrument (from recycled materials)
49. Knit, Crochet or Sewn Article
50. Critter made from pine cones & other things from nature (under 6″)
51. Small Wooden Article (may use a kit)
52. Gift for Mom
53. Gift for Dad
54. Gift for Pet
55. Fall craft (max. 9″x12″)
56. Nature Picture Frame (frame may be purchased then decorated using nature items like shells, bark, driftwood, etc. (max 8”x10”)
57. Article using recycled fair ribbons
58. 3 handmade flowers – any material
59. Pet Rock
60. 8 items found on a Nature Walk (displayed in a shallow decorated box/container and labeled)  NO LIVE CRITTERS
61. Any article made of felt
62. 2 – 4” x 6” Photos of flowers, mounted on coloured paper (max 9″x12″)
63. Castle using boxes & cardboard rolls/cartons (must be secure, max 12” in any direction)
64. Mask – any material
65. Robot from recycle items – (max 12″)
66. Collage – family pets (max 9” x 12”)
67. Any other article not mentioned

Judge’s Choice: $5.00 & Rosette

Crafts, etc.: intermediate (Grades 5 & 6)

A plaque donated by Ontario English Catholic Teachers’ Association will be awarded to the exhibitor with the most points in the Intermediate Section at the Awards Banquet to be kept by the exhibitor for 1 year. A keeper medallion will also be provided.

Section

68. Paper Mache Mask
69. Gift for Mom
70. Gift for Dad
71. Gift for Pet
72. Your School Crest or Banner coloured (3D or drawn)
73. Mosaic picture using different colours and shapes (Max 8.5″ x 11″)
74. Knit or crochet or sewn item
75. Castle using boxes/cardboard rollers/cartons (must be secure, max 12” in any direction)
76. Fashion Accessory – belt, scarf, necklace, hairpiece, etc.
77. Duct Tape Article
78. Decorated T-shirt using fabric paint
79. 10 items found on a Nature Walk (displayed in a shallow box/container and labeled) NO LIVE CRITTERS
80. 2 – 4 x 6 pictures of farm animals (mounted on coloured paper max 9″ x 12″)
81. Article from recycled fair ribbons
82. Three Handmade flowers – any material
83. Pet Rock
84. A vehicle (boat/car/plane etc., using recycled material – max 12″ in any direction)
85. Colourama (Adult colouring page)
86. Collage (asst. logos, max 9” x 12”)
87. Any other article not mentioned

Judge’s Choice: $5.00 & Rosette

Crafts, etc.: Seniors (Grades 7 & 8)

A plaque donated by RBC Royal Bank New Liskeard will be awarded to the exhibitor with the most points in the Senior Section at the Awards Banquet to be kept by the exhibitor for 1 year. A keeper medallion will also be provided.

Section

88. Any Artwork (drawing, painting etc.)
89. Duct Tape Article
90. Fashion accessory – belt, scarf, necklace, hairpiece, etc.
91. Article from recycled fair ribbons
92. Tote Bag (any style)
93. Preserves (250 ml, sealed jar, pickles, jam, etc.)
94. Your Schools Crest or Banner coloured (3D or drawn)
95. Colourama – Adult Colouring Page
96. Artificial Flower Arrangement (max 12″)
97. Gift for Mom or Dad
98. Gift for Pet
99. Quilted Item
100. Small wooden project (under 12″)
101. Sewn, knit or crochet item
102. Something useful from something useless (recycled items)
103. 2 – 4”x 6” Photos of close-ups of local water scenes mounted on coloured paper (max 9” x 12”)
104. 2 – 4” x 6” Photos of sunsets – mounted on coloured paper (max 9″ x 12″)
105.Decorated T-shirt – using fabric paint
106. Article made from Terra-Cotta pots
107. Pet Rock
108. Any other article not mentioned

Judge’s Choice: $5.00 & Rosette

Crafts, etc.: Secondary (Grades 9 to 12)

A plaque donated by the Timiskaming Square will be awarded to the exhibitor with the most points in the Secondary Section at the Awards Banquet to be kept by the exhibitor for 1 year. A keeper medallion will also be provided.

Section

109. Quilted Item
110. 4 – 4” x 6” 2 Sunsets/2 sunrises,  mounted and labelled on 1/4 sheet of white bristol board
111. Any article suitable for wall hanging
112. Article from Terra-cotta pots
113. Any Artwork (drawing, painting, etc.)
114. Any sewn, knit or crochet item
115. Colourama – Adult Colouring Page – framed
116. Any other article not mentioned

Judge’s Choice: $5.00 & Rosette

Baking

Display baking on a small, white paper/foam plate. Cover with clear plastic wrap. Please note that points awarded in this section will be added to the appropriate craft section towards Plaques.

Special Baking

117. Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies: Youth Chocolate Chip Cookie Baking Competition (Open to Youth 10-15 yrs old). The first place winner of the competition will be elegible to enter the District 14 Competition in October 2016.

Chocolate Chip Cookies, 8 cookies on firm disposable plate. Size: no larger than 3” (7.5cm) no smaller than 2” (5cm). Chocolate chips only (NO NUTS)

Prize Money (for 117. only): $5.00, $4.00, $3.00

 

Prize Money (for Sections 118 to 141): $4, $3, $2.50, $2

Baking – Elementary (Grades 1 & 2)

118. No bake cookies or squares (2 on small plate)
119. No bake square using mini marshmallows (2 on plate)
120. Rice krispie squares (2 squares)
121. Decorated cupcakes (2 cupcakes)

Judge’s Choice: $5.00 & Rosette

Baking – Juniors (Grades 3 & 4)

122. Four (4) cookies decorated for Hallowe’en
123. No bake squares (4)
124. Oatmeal cookies (4)
125. Muffins – any variety (2)

Judge’s Choice: $5.00 & Rosette

Baking – Intermediate (Grades 5 & 6)

126. Cookies shaped with cookie cutter & decorated (4 different shapes)
127. Any variety of square (4, 1” x 1”)
128. Oatmeal Raisin Cookies (4)
129. Muffins (2 varieties, 1 of each)
130. Decorated cupcakes – Christmas (2)

Judge’s Choice: $5.00 & Rosette

Baking – Seniors (Grades 7 & 8)

131. Mega cookie – any variety except chocolate chip (1)
132. Macaroons (4)
133. Any variety of square (4, 1” x 1”)
134. 2 Decorated cupcakes (Halloween)
135. Apple pie (1 slice)

Judge’s Choice: $5.00 & Rosette

Baking – Secondary (Grades 9 to 12)

136. Mega cookie – oatmeal raisin (1)
137. Butter tarts (2)
138. Creative cupcakes (2 different occasions)
139. Apple pie (1 slice)
140. Any other pie (1 slice)

Judge’s Choice: $5.00 & Rosette

EGGS – OPEN CLASS (DAYCARE – GR 12)
141. One dozen white or brown eggs (Eggs must be
displayed in a cardboard egg carton. All entries must be the
product of hens raised by the exhibitor.)

General Entry Form