Waverly Street

Oxford, Nova Scotia

902 447 3285

CUMBERLAND COUNTY EXHIBITION

PO Box 516

Oxford, NS B0M 1P0

902-447-3285 (Phone) 902-447-3100 (Fax)

cumberlandcountyex@hotmail.com

www.cumberlandcountyex.com

 

August 26th – August 31st, 2019


 

Exhibition Hall building open to the public:

 

Tuesday 9:30 am - 8:00 pm

Wednesday    11:00 am - 8:00 pm

Thursday       11:00 am - 8:00pm

Friday       11:00 am - 8:00pm

Saturday       11:00 am - 7:00pm


 

 

 

PRIZE LIST & RULES 2019

 

 





 

GARDEN VEGETABLES DEPARTMENT

HOMECRAFTS DEPARTMENT

HANDCRAFTS DEPARTMENT

PLANTS & FLOWERS DEPARTMENT


 

General Regulations:

  • Entries will be received in the Exhibition Hall Building on Sunday, August 25th 2019, from 1:30pm to 8:30pm only.

  • Judging takes place on Monday.  Building will be closed to the public all day.

 

  1. Exhibitors are asked to please note changes throughout the departments, class numbers, etc.

  

  1. Please note all exhibitors will be given new exhibitor numbers.

 

  1. Entry Fee is $5.00 per class.  

 

  1. Exhibitor passes are available for the week at $10.00 with the entry of at least one item listed for the Exhibition Hall Building.

 

  1. Prize money may be picked up in the Exhibition Hall Building anytime after 1:00pm on Thursday.

 

  1. The Exhibition Hall Building will be closed to the public at 7:00pm on Saturday, August 31st.  Exhibitors may remove their exhibits from 8:00pm to 9:00pm.  All exhibits must be removed by 9:00pm on Saturday.

 

  1. Spoiled or wilted exhibits may be removed during the week at the discretion of the department heads.

 

  1. Judges are not required to award prize money in any section in which they consider the exhibit to be below standard.  Spoiled or soiled items will not be judged.

 

  1. “For Sale” The exhibitor may place signs on exhibits anytime after Judging.  Purchaser must be informed that items cannot be removed until after 7:00pm on Saturday. 

 

  1. All items exhibited at owners’ risk.

 

  1. All exhibitors age 14 and under please put age on entry form and entry tags.

 

 Check online for any other changes.

 

Judges decisions are Final.



 

Garden Vegetables Department

 

Rules:

 

  1. Styrofoam display trays & wooden potato boxes will be supplied.

 

  1. Potatoes should be brushed clean with a soft brush and preferably not washed.

 

  1. Onions should be brushed clean with a soft brush.  Only ragged and dirty outer scales should be removed.  Do not peel.

 

  1.  Celery and Swiss Chard should be exhibited in a large jar/vase.

 

  1. Trays and boxes will be provided by the Exhibition.


 

CLASS 1

Potatoes

 

Prizes:   1st - $5.00    2nd - $3.00    3rd - $2.00

 

  • Each variety entered must contain 6 specimens.

 

1. Superior 6. Any Other Variety- White

2. Netted Gems 7. Any Other Variety- Pink

3. Kennebec 8. Any Other Variety-Red

4. Shepody 9. Any Other Variety-Blue

5. Purple Chief 10. Any other Variety-Yellow flesh











 

CLASS 2 

Garden Vegetables

 

Prizes:   1st - $5.00    2nd - $3.00    3rd - $2.00

 

1. Beans: Green, Round-10 Pods

2. Beans: Green, Flat-10 Pods

3. Beans: Yellow, Round-10 Pods

4. Beans: Yellow, Flat-10 Pods

5. Beans: Broad-10 Pods

6. Beans: Burgundy-10 Pods

7. Beets: Round, with ½” Tops-5 Beets

8. Beets: Cylindrical Shape, with ½” Tops-5 Beets

9. Broccoli: 2 Heads

10. Cabbage: Red- 2 Heads

11. Cabbage: Green, Round- 2 Heads

 12. Carrots: (ex. Chantenay), Tops removed ½” above the crown-5 Carrots

13. Carrots: Intermediate, Length - Over 7” (ex. Nantes), Tops removed ½” above the crown- 5 Carrots

14. Carrots: Long, Length - Over 8” (ex. Imperator), Tops removed ½” Above the crown-5 Carrots

15. Cauliflower: Any Variety-2 Heads

16. Celery: with Roots-2 Heads

17. Corn: Sweet-5 Ears

18. Cucumbers: for Pickling- 8

19. Cucumbers: for Table Use-4

20. Cucumbers: Burpless, European- 4

21. Garlic-3 Bulbs

22. Green Peppers-3

23. Red Peppers-3

24. Melons: Citron-1

25. Melons: Cantaloupe-1

26. Melons: Musk-1

27. Onions: Red-4

28. Onions: White-4 

29. Onions: Yellow-4

30. Onions: Spanish-4

31. Onions: Pickling-8

32. Parsnips-5

33. Peas-10 Pods

34. Pumpkins: Table Use, Small, Sugar Pie-2

35. Pumpkins: Medium-Large, Jack O’Lantern-2

36. Pumpkins: Large (ex. Connecticut Field)-2

37. Squash: Acorn-2

38. Squash: Buttercup- 2

39. Squash: Butternut-2  

40. Squash: Sweet Mama-2

41. Squash: Golden Hubbard, Smooth, Over 8”-2 

42. Squash: Green Hubbard, Smooth-2 

43. Squash: Green, Warted-2 

44. Squash: Green Zucchini, Small-2

45. Squash: Zucchini, Large-2

46. Squash: Any Other Variety, Please Include Name-2

47. Swiss Chard: Red, roots permitted-2 Plants

48. Swiss Chard: Green, roots permitted-2 Plants

49. Tomatoes: Red, Stems On-5

50. Tomatoes: Green, Stems On-5

51. Tomatoes: Small, Fruited, Stems On-12

52. Tomatoes: Cherry, Under 1”-5

53. Tomatoes: Plum, Over 1”-5

54. Turnip: Summer or White Flesh-3

55. Turnip: Winter or Yellow flesh-3

56. Summer Savory:  roots permitted-3 Stalks

57. Watermelon-1

58. Collection of Herbs: Name all- Any 6

59. Artistic Vegetable Creation

60. Vegetable Oddities

61. Collection of Miniature Vegetables

62. Veggie Creations: For Ages 14 and Under

63. Radish- 5


















 

Home Crafts Department

 

The following websites for some of our sponsors offer many helpful hints and recipe ideas:

www.achfood.ca

Smucker Foods of Canada: Robin Hood Flour and Crisco:

www.robinhood.ca

www.criscocanada.com

www.dessertcenter.ca

www.bernardin.ca

 

Rules:

  1. Entry tags must be taped to plastic coverings.

  2. Two or more pieces comprising one entry must be securely fastened together.

  3. Please put food entries on small paper plates or foam meat trays and place in clear plastic bag, ziplock bags are prefered.  No saran wrap please.

  4. Jams, jellies, and pickles must be properly sealed in canning jars with new two-piece metal snap lids.  Unsealed jar items with lid caps or wash seals will not be accepted. Note: All jams, jellies, and pickles must be properly labeled. Labels must include type (example: strawberry jam/mustard pickles/etc.) and the date (year and month) the product was made. All products must be made between September 2018 and August 2019.

  5. Baked items must be of a non-perishable nature. Refrigeration is not available.

  6. Remove muffin papers before exhibiting.

  7. Half of a double loaf of bread is not the same as a single loaf.

  8. If a recipe is required please use a recipe card or cut paper to 4x6” size and no larger.

  9. Two exhibits made from the same batch are not acceptable.

  10. Two exhibitors cannot enter something from the same loaf, etc.  

  11. All items in jars must be dated with the year and month when made.

 

  • Note: To be eligible for prizes in some categories, declaration forms must be filled out, signed and photos must be taken.  Recipes and proof of sponsors product purchase will be required for some.

  • Requirements for all sponsored competitions: Judging will be based on appearance, taste, texture, and recipe creativity. 

  • Note: Country Fair Baking Contests reserve the right to substitute gift prizes for a cash prize equivalent to $10.00 1st place, $6.00 2nd place.



 

CLASS 3

Muffins, Biscuits, and Vegetable Cake

Prizes:  1st - $5.00   2nd - $3.00   3rd - $2.00

1. Tea Biscuits-3

2. Bran Muffins-3

3. Any Other Muffins-3

4. Cinnamon Buns, Made with Biscuit Dough (Include Recipe)-3

5. Vegetable Cake: Must be made of Nova Scotia grown vegetables 

(ex. Carrots, Zucchini) Include Recipe, no icing please- 4x4” Piece


 

CLASS 4

Bread and Rolls

Prizes:   1st - $5.00    2nd - $3.00    3rd - $2.00

 

1. Rolls: Any Kind-3

2. Brown Bread: Single Loaf

3. Whole Grain Bread: Single Loaf.

4. Fancy Yeast Bread

5. White Bread, Single Loaf 

** ½ a double loaf will not be considered a single loaf **


 

CLASS 5

Sweets

Prizes:   1st - $5.00    2nd - $3.00    3rd - $2.00

1. Doughnuts -3

2. Chocolate Chip Cookies -3

3. Ginger Snaps -3

4. White Sugar Cookies -3

5. Scotch Cookies/Shortbread -3

6. Any Other Cookies Not Listed Above (State What Kind) -3

7. Brownies: Iced -3

8. Any Other Squares/Bars Not Listed Above (State What Kind) -3

9. Oatcakes – 3






 

CLASS 6

Fruitcakes

Prizes:   1st - $15.00 Gift Certificate   2nd - $10.00 Gift Certificate  

3rd - $5.00 Gift Certificate 

Sponsored by Sociables Pub & Eatery

 

1. Dark Fruitcake: Not Iced-2 Slices of a Loaf

2. Light Fruitcake: Not Iced-2 Slices of a Loaf


 

CLASS 7

Decorated Cakes

Prizes:   1st - $15.00 Gift Certificate   2nd - $10.00 Gift Certificate

Sponsored by Sociables Pub & Eatery


 

1. Decorated Cake: Any Kind- May Use Styrofoam Base


 

CLASS 8

Cumberland County Food Products Baking Contest

 

Prizes:   1st - $15.00 Gift Certificate 2nd - $10.00 Gift Certificate 3rd - $5.00 Gift Certificate

Sponsored by Sociables Pub & Eatery

1. Maple

2. Honey

3. Strawberries

4. Raspberries

5. Apples

6. Cranberries

 

  • Baked products must be made with one of the products listed above.  The recipe must be included- printed or typed on a 3x5” or 4x6” card.  Limit of one entry per category.





 

CLASS 9

Oxford: Home of the Blueberry and Proud of It!

Prizes:   1st - $5.00    2nd - $3.00    3rd - $2.00

1. Blueberry Pie-3” Slice

2. Blueberry Cake or Squares-3 Pieces of Cake or 3 Squares

3. Blueberry Muffins: Remove Papers Please- 3

4. Blueberry Jam or Jelly

5. Blueberry: Any Other Item Not Listed Above (State What Kind)

                                                                                                                                                           

  • Bernardin Best of Show of Pickles, Jams, Jellies or Honey $30.00 Gift Certificate plus Rosette Prize Ribbon awarded to the Judges Choice of Best Home Canning in this class. To be eligible, items must be submitted in a “Bernardin” Mason Jar and Snap Lid. Recipe must be displayed with entry.

CLASS 10

Pickles

Prizes:   1st - $5.00    2nd - $3.00    3rd - $2.00

1. Bread & Butter Pickles

2. Mustard Pickles

3. Chow

4. Pickles: Any Other Kind (State What Kind)

5. Relish:  Any Kind

6. Pickled Beets

7. Salsa

CLASS 11

Bernardin Jams and Jellies

Prizes:   1st - $5.00    2nd - $3.00    3rd - $2.00

1. Strawberry Jam

2. Raspberry Jam

3. Blackberry Jam

4. Jam Any Other Kind (State What Kind)

5. Apple jelly

6. Raspberry Jelly

7. Grape Jelly

8. Jelly: Any Other Kind (State What Kind)

9. Marmalade: Any Kind (State What Kind)

10. Freezer Jam: Any Kind (State What Kind)

11. Jam: Any Kind Made Without Using Pectin (State What Kind)

12. Jelly: Any Kind Made Without Using Pectin (State What Kind)

  • Bernardin $20.00 Gift Certificate plus Rosette Prize Ribbon awarded to the best Jam or Jelly using Bernardin pectin. Label and Recipe must be displayed with entry. Jam and Jelly must be submitted in Bernardin Mason Jar & Snap Lid to qualify for the Bernardin Prize.

CLASS 12

Honey

Prizes: 1st - $7.00, 2nd - $4.00

  1. Liquid Honey

  2. Creamed Honey

  3. Homemade Honey Liquid

  4. Homemade Honey Creamed

 

CLASS 13

Fudge (Cooked)

Prizes:   1st - $5.00    2nd - $3.00    3rd - $2.00

1. Chocolate -3 Pieces

2. Brown Sugar -3 Pieces

3. Divinity -3 Pieces

4. Any Other Kind Not Listed Above - 3 Pieces, Please identify the kind. 


 

CLASS 14

Quick Breads

                  Prizes:   1st - $5.00    2nd - $3.00    3rd - $2.00

  1. Quick bread/sweet bread – 2 slices

State what kind of loaf.

 

CLASS 15

Angel Food Cake Contest

Prizes:  1st - $25.00     2nd - $15.00    3rd - $10.00

Sponsored by Trish Stewart

In Memory Of Jo-Ann Irving-Mitchell

  1. Angel Food Cake

  • All angel food cakes must be made from fresh ingredients – no mixes. A minimum of ½ a 10-inch tube pan cake must be submitted for judging.  

  • Angel food cakes must not be iced.  Recipe must be included with entry.








 

CLASS 16

Robin Hood Flour Family Favorite Cake Recipe Baking Contest

Prizes:  1st - $25.00 Product Certificate    2nd - $10.00 Product Certificate

 

1. Homemade Cake (no mixes please)-4” Piece

 

  • Robin Hood flour label and recipe must be displayed with entry.

  • Robin Hood Flour first place winner from class 16 will be eligible for the National Contest with submission of information form by local fair.  Judging requirements are the same. First place -$200.00

 

CLASS 17

Robin Hood Flour Beginners Best Lunchbox Snack Contest

Prizes:  1st - $25.00 Product Certificate    2nd - $10.00 Product Certificate

 

1. Homemade Squares or Bars: Any kind-3

 

  • For junior cooks age 12 and under. 

  • Robin Hood Flour label and recipe must be displayed with entry. 

  • Robin Hood Flour first place winner from class 18 will be eligible for the National Contest with submission of declaration form by local fair. Judging requirements are the same. 1st Place $200.00

 

CLASS 18

Crisco Family Favorite Baking Contest

Prizes:  1st - $25.00 Product Certificate 2nd - $10.00 Product Certificate

 

  1. Homemade Muffins (no mixes please): Any Kind-3

 

  • Crisco label and recipe must be displayed with entry. 

 

  • Crisco first place winners will be eligible for the National Contest with submission of declaration form by local fair. Judging requirements are the same. 1st Place $200.00


 

Handcrafts Department

 

Rules:

 

  1. Only one article per section.

 

  1. Articles must have been completed in the past year. (ex. Completed from Sept. 2018 to Aug. 2019).

 

  1. Articles must be the complete work of the Exhibitor (you must do the entire article).

 

  1. Articles must not have been shown at the Cumberland County Exhibition in any previous year.

 

  1. Prizes will be awarded as per the Judge’s discretion; soiled articles will be disqualified and not displayed.

 

  1. Please attach tags to articles. Pin or tie tags on. Do not use tape.

 

  1. Two or more pieces comprising one entry are to be securely fastened together with safety pins or tied together.

 

  • The Board of Directors wishes to thank Norma Waugh & Jean Mitchell for providing Special Ribbons.

 

CLASS 19

Bernardin Gift Pack Competition

Prize:  $20.00 Gift Certificate plus Rosette Prize Ribbon

 

  1.  Bernardin Gift Pack

  

  • Maximum cost (container and components) cannot exceed $25.00.

  • Must be submitted in an appropriate container, not necessarily a basket.  

  • Must contain at least one item sealed (ex: jam/jelly/pickles/etc.) in a Bernardin Mason Jar and Snap Lid (will be taste tested) as proof of purchase of Bernardin product. This product should include a label with type and date made. Entry may be decorated for any theme (holiday, get well, etc.) and may include appropriate additional items such as soap, candles, candy, soup mixes etc.  

  • Judge will select winners based on creativity, quality of home canned items (taste testing may be done), perceived value, and presentation.  

  • Please attach an itemized list of all articles to the outside of the pack and include the value of each article. Add the type and date made of any jams, jellies, and pickles. 

  • Bernardin Gift Pack first place winner will be eligible for the National Contest. 1st Place $100.00, 2nd and 3rd runner up- $25.00 each 

 

                                                                                                                                                                                

 

CLASS 20

Seasonal Crafts: Easter, Thanksgiving, Halloween, or Christmas

(It must be obvious the article is related to one of the above categories)

Prizes:   1st - $5.00    2nd - $4.00    3rd - $3.00

1. Seasonal Ornaments to hang – at least 3 ornaments, should be 3 of a kind

2. Seasonal Fabric Articles

3. Seasonal Wall Hanging or Tree Skirt

4. Stocking

5. Seasonal Wreath Other Than Pine Cone

6. Seasonal Novelty in Tole Painting

7. Seasonal Novelty in Ceramics

8. Seasonal Cross Stitch: Please Show Back of Work

9. Seasonal Item in Plastic Canvas

10. Seasonal Rug Novelty

11. Seasonal Item in Embroidery: Please Show Back of Work

12. Any Other: Not listed above 

 

CLASS 21

Quilts, Mats, and Tablecloths 

Prizes:  1st - $9.00      2nd - $7.00      3rd - $5.00

 

1. Latch Hook Item

2. Afghan: Knitted

3. Afghan: Crocheted

4. Bedspread: Knitted or Crocheted-Twin, Double or Queen

5. Quilt: Patchwork

6. Quilt: Appliquéd

7. Quilt: Machine Sewn

8. Quilt: Original Design

9. Quilt: Any Other Kind

10. Crib Quilt: Panels

11. Crib Quilt: Machine Sewn

12. Crib Quilt: Original

13. Crib Spread: Knitted or Crocheted

14. Tablecloth: 40”and Over-Knitted or Crocheted

15. Quilted Wall Hanging

16. Group Quilt – should be entered under the group name.

17. Afghan, Bedspread or Tablecloth: Swedish Embroidery/Huck Weaving or Hand Woven

 

CLASS 22

Traditional Hooked Articles

Prizes:  1st - $9.00      2nd - $7.00      3rd - $5.00

** Back must be visible for Judging!**

1. Traditional Hooked Floor Mat: With Woven Wool Material

2. Traditional Hooked Floor Mat: With Any Other Material

3. Traditional Hooked Floor Mat: Original Design

4. Traditional Hooked Wall Hanging: With or Without a Frame

5. Traditional Hooked Wall Hanging: With Found Items

6. Traditional Hooked Novelty Item

7. Traditional Hooked Item: Made By a Senior 65 or Over

8. Traditional Hooked Item: Made By a Junior 14 or Under

9. Traditional Hooking Pillow or Chair Seat

10. Shades of Blue: Any Size Shape Or Form, Textile Dying With Wool

11. Shades of Blue: Hooked Piece

 

  • The Rug Hooking Guild of Nova Scotia is offering prizes in two categories:

 

  1. A $25.00 Gift Certificate and a Button Ribbon for The Best Traditional Hooked Floor Mat chosen from the first place winners in Section 1, 2, or 3 or Floor Mat from Section 7, 8, or 12. 

 

  1. A $25.00 Gift Certificate and a Button Ribbon for The Best Hooked Other Article chosen from Section 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11, or 12. 

 

*The “Winning Mat” and “Other Article” are eligible for competition at the Annual General Meeting in the fall of 2019. The winners in each of these classes will receive prizes of – 1st $50.00 and 2nd $25.00.

 

  • Deanne Fitzpatrick of “By The Door Rug Hooking Studio” donates a $30.00 Gift Certificate for first place in Section #8.  

 

  • The Remsheg Rughookers donates $50.00 for the most points in this class



 

CLASS 23

Handcrafts

Prizes:  1st - $5.00     2nd - $4.00     3rd - $3.00

 

1. Mittens: Knitted

2. Socks: Knitted

3. Child’s Sweater: Knitted

4. Adult’s Sweater or Vest: Knitted

5. Hat: Knitted or Crocheted

6. Stuffed Toy: Knitted or Crocheted

7. Slippers: Knitted or Crocheted

8. Sofa Cushions: Knitted or Crocheted

9. Sofa Cushions: Any Other

10. Crocheted Lace: up to 1½”wide and at least 12” long

11. Knitted Lace: up to 1½”wide and at least 12” long

12. Any Work Done In Felt

13 Crocheted Doily: Less Than 12” Done with Thread, not Yarn

14. Crocheted Doily: More Than 12” Done with Thread, not Yarn

15. Crocheted Table Runner or Bureau Scarf: Done with Thread, not Yarn

16. Infant Sets: Knitted or Crocheted

17. Infant or Childs Dress: Knit or Crochet 

18. Any other Item: Knitted or Crocheted-Not listed Above in This Class


 

CLASS 24

Sewing

Prizes:  1st - $5.00    2nd - $4.00    3rd - $3.00

1. Nightwear: Pajamas, Nightgown, or Robe

2. Dress

3. Skirt or Blouse

4. Slacks, Pants, or Shorts

5. Apron

6. Placemats- Set of 4

7. Stuffed Toy-Fur or Fabric

8. Bag-Quilted, Canvas, or Tote

9. Jacket or Vest- Sewn or Quilted

10. Any Other Sewn Article Not Listed Above





 

CLASS 25

Embroidery

Prizes:   1st - $5.00     2nd - $4.00    3rd - $3.00

 

1. Centerpiece

2. Table Runner or Bureau Scarf At Least 24” long

3. Luncheon Cloth

4. Pair of Pillowcases

5. Needlepoint or Petit Point: Underside Exposed

6. Cross Stitch: Framed

7. Cross Stitch: Not Framed, Underside Exposed

8. Crewel Embroidery

9. Tatting 

10. Bunka – Japanese Embroidery

11. Any Other Embroidery Article Not Listed Above

 

CLASS 26

Seniors (60 and Over)

Prizes:    1st - $5.00     2nd - $4.00     3rd - $3.00

1. Quilt

2. Crochet Work

3. Embroidery

4. Socks or Slippers: Knitted

5. Mittens

6. Mat: Traditional Hooked, Woven Material or Yarn

7. Latch Hooked Item

8. Afghan: Knitted or Crocheted

9. Infant or Childs Clothing Article: Knit or Crochet

10. Adult’s Sweater: Knitted

11. Group Quilt

12. Any Other Article Not Listed Above











 

CLASS 27

Arts and Crafts

Prizes:    1st - $5.00    2nd - $4.00    3rd - $3.00

1. Drawing: Age 14 and Under – Please state age on tag 

2. Drawing: Age 15 and Over

3. Silhouette Drawing.

4. Specimen 0f Weaving

5. Specimen of Woodwork 

6. Plastic Canvas: Small

7. Plastic Canvas: Large

8. Plastic Canvas Wall Hanging

9. Cut and pierced Lampshade

10. Stained Glass Item: Large or Small

11. Jewelry Item: Part of the item must be hand done and should be obvious

12. Dolls: Any Kind

13. Miscellaneous Handcraft: Done By a Child 12 and Under – Please state age on tag

14. Rock Painting

15. Any Article Made With Recycled Material

16. Specimen of Leather Work

17. Scrapbooking: 1 Album

18. Stamping: 3 Cards

19. Beading: Any Article

20. Any Other Arts or Craft Article Not Listed Above in This Class


 

CLASS 28

Bernardin Mason Jar Creative Award

Prize:  1st - $20.00 Gift Certificate plus Rosette Prize Ribbon

 

1.  Bernardin creative Craft Jar

  • Best decorative or functional homemade craft using a Bernardin Mason Jar and 2-piece snap lid. The jar and lid may be obviously a Bernardin (Example: the jar and lid say Bernardin on them).

  • 1st place winner is eligible to enter the National Creative Craft Competition with submission of signed declaration form and photo by the local craft fair. 

  • 1st place- $100.00     2nd and 3rd- $25.00 each





 

CLASS 29

Painting, Paper Tole

Prizes:   1st - $5.00    2nd - $4.00   3rd - $3.00

 

1. Painting: Oil or Acrylic

2. Painting: Other Brush Painting

3. Tole Painting: 14”and Under

4. Tole Painting: 15”and Over

5. Tole Painting: Wall Hanging

6. Tole Painting: Plaque

7. Paper Tole: 10”and Under

8. Paper Tole: 11”and Over



 

CLASS 30

Photography

 (Please have all photography ready to hang with wire or cord securely attached.)

Prizes:    1st - $5.00    2nd - $3.00    3rd - $ 2.00

 

1. 5x7” Framed: Color, Animals

2. 5x7” Framed: Color, Scenery

3, 5x7” Framed: Color, People

4. 8x10” Framed: Color, Animals

5. 8x10” Framed: Color, Scenery

6. 8x10” Framed: Color, People

7. 5x7”or 8x10” Framed: Black and White, Any Subject

8. 5x7” Framed: Color, Any Subject Pertaining To The Blueberry or Maple Industry.

9. Framed: Favorite Shot, any size, color, or black and white.

10. Framed: People with their pets: Any size, colour, or black and white.

 

  • Special Ribbon for Best Overall in this Class.

Plants and Flowers Department

 

Rules:

  1.  Only one specimen/item entry per section.

 

  1. Enter only blooms or stalks as specified.

 

  1. Long stems and a little foliage preferred.

 

  1. When it says in bloom or blossom, remove the buds.

 

  1. Do not tie with string.

 

  1. Miniature arrangements should be less than 3” each way.

 

  1. No artificial flowers are allowed.

 

  1. Glass bottles will be supplied.

 

CLASS 31

Annuals

Prizes:   1st - $4.00    2nd - $3.00   3rd - $2.00

1. Aster-2 Blooms

2. Ageratum-3 Sprays

3. Amaranthus-3 Blooms

4. Bachelor’s Buttons-5 Blooms

5. Calendula-3 Sprays

6. Cosmos: Single-3 Sprays

7. Cosmos: Double-3 Sprays

8. Dianthus-3 Stalks

9. Lavatera: (Mallow)-3 Sprays

10. Marigold: African-3 Blooms

11. Marigold-French-3 Blooms

12. Nasturtium-6 Blooms

13. Nicotiana-3 Stocks

14. Pansy-6 Blooms

15. Petunia: Single-3 Stalks

16. Petunia: Double-3 Stalks

17. Petunia: Fringed-3 Stalks

18. Phlox: Annual-3 Stalks

19. Salvia-3 Stalks

20. Snapdragons-3 Stalks

21. Sunflower: 1 Bloom-judged on Diameter

22. Sunflower: Decorative -3 Stalks

23. Sweet Peas-5 Stalks

24. Verbena-3 Blooms

25. Zinnia-3 Blooms

26. Any Annual Not Listed, Please Include Name of Plant -3 Stalks

27. Collection of Annuals: At Least 6 Varieties

 

CLASS 32

Perennials

Prizes:   1st - $4.00    2nd - $3.00   3rd - $2.00

1. Daisy: Any-3 Blooms

2. Delphinium-2 Stalks

3. Golden Glow-5 Blooms

4. Hollyhock-1 Stalk

5. Lilies-2 Stalks

6. Phlox-2 Heads

7. Rudbeckia-3 Blooms

8. Sweet William-2 Stalks

9. Any Perennial not Listed, Please Name Them-3 Stalks

10. Collection of Perennials-At Least 6 Varieties- Please Name the Flowers


 

CLASS 33

House Plants

Prizes:   1st - $3.00    2nd - $2.00   3rd - $1.00

1. Impatience

2. African Violet: Single Bloom, Multiple Crown

3. African Violet: Single Bloom, Single Crown

4. African Violet: Double Bloom, Multiple Crowns

5. African Violet: Double Bloom, Single Crown

6. Begonia: Wax

7. Begonia: Any Other Kind

8. Geranium

9. Any Other House Plant In Bloom - Name type of plant

10. Any Other House Plant Not In Bloom – Name type of plant

11. Cactus

12. Coleus – single plant

13. Hanging Plants In Bloom – Name type of plants

14. Hanging Plants Not In Bloom – Name type of plants

15. Coleus – mixed plants

 

CLASS 34

Gladioli

Prizes:   1st - $4.00    2nd - $3.00   3rd - $2.00

1. Gladioli: Large-1 Spike

2. Gladioli: Collection of 6 Spikes

3. Gladioli: Collection of 3 Spikes

4. Gladioli: Miniature-1 Spike

5. Gladioli: Miniature-Collection of 3 Spikes

 

CLASS 35

Dahlias

Prizes:   1st - $4.00    2nd - $3.00   3rd - $2.00

1. Cactus Dahlia-3 Stalks

2. Giant Dahlia-1 Stalk

3. Ball Dahlia-3 Stalks 

4. Pom Dahlia: Less Than 2” in Diameter-3 Stalks

5. Decorative Dahlia-3 Stalks

 

CLASS 36

Roses

Prizes:   1st - $4.00    2nd - $3.00   3rd - $2.00

1. Rose-1 Bloom

2. Roses- Collection of At Least 3 Blooms

3. Rose: 1 Bloom-Displayed in a Rose Bowl

 

CLASS 37

Arrangements

Prizes:   1st - $4.00    2nd - $3.00   3rd - $2.00

1. Artistic Arrangement for Dining Room Table

2. Artistic Arrangement for Mantle

3. Miniature Arrangement of Flowers-Less Than 3”

4. Artistic Arrangement of Wild Flowers

5. Kettle Arrangement

6. Cup and Saucer Arrangement

7. Artistic Arrangement of Dried Flowers

8. Patio Pots

9. Hanging Baskets

10. Artistic Arrangement Using a Blueberry Theme: Include At Least 1 Blue Flower and Must Contain At Least Four Different Flowers/Plants 

11. Shoe or Boot arrangement

12. Any arrangement in an antique or old fashioned container