2019 Home Craft Show

*Click here for Entry Form*

MILLBROOK AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY

HOMECRAFT PRIZE LIST

JUNE 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th, 2019

RULES AND REGULATIONS

1. All exhibitors are required to pay a fee of $5.00 to be submitted with your entry form.

2. Entry forms must be submitted to Kathleen Clodd by the 4th of June so that entry tags

can be made out in advance.

3. Craft entries only may be dropped off Friday June 7th from 4:30pm to 8:00 pm only.

Entries must be in the Exhibit Building by 8:30am on Saturday. The Building will closed

from 9:00am until to 12 noon for judging.

(Maple Syrup must be brought between 4:30-7:30pm on Friday June 7th for judging)

4. Exhibits must remain on display from Saturday until 4:00pm on Sunday June 9th

5. Each exhibitor is allowed ONE entry in each section. Baking item is to be COVERED WITH A

SEALABLE BAG ON A FOAM PLATE OR BOARD. PLEASE ENSURE PRESERVES ARE EASILY OPENED-

SEAL NOT BROKEN. MUST USE NEW SEALS AND RINGS FOR HOME CANNING AS WELL AS DISPLAY LABEL AND DATE.

6. NO COMMERCIAL MIXES OR FILLINGS AND NO GLASS PLATES.

7. All exhibits must be WORK MADE BY THE EXHIBITOR WITHIN THE LAST YEAR AND UNUSED.

8. While the Society will take all reasonable precautions to ensure the safety of the exhibits,

exhibits are placed at the owners risk.

9. All judges decisions are final. Items disqualified will have information on the back of the

entry tag for future reference.

10. A BAKE AUCTION will be held on Sunday afternoon. At 1:30 pm. (MAY BE SUBJECT TO CHANGE)

11.Paying by cheque please make it payable to MILLBROOK AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY- HOMECRAFT

All classes are open to both men and women and any age group with the exception of Youth Talents and Golden Age.

Prize money and sponsors may be subject to change.

HOMECRAFT ENTRY FORM

*Click here for Entry Form*

HOME CRAFT COMMITTEE

Chairperson- Kathleen Clodd 705-933-0816

Norine Edgerton

Hazel Larmer

Amanda Lauchlan

Debra Post

CLASS A- HOME BAKING

SECTION NUMBER

1. Lemon Loaf (glazed)

2. Dinner rolls (5)

3. Sticky Buns (5)

4. Bran Muffins with Raisins (5)

5. Apple Cinnamon Muffins (5)

6. Tea Biscuits (5)

7. Chocolate Brownies (5)

8. Favourite Fudge (5)

9. Chocolate Macaroons (

10. Chocolate chip Cookies

11. Oatmeal Raisin Cookies

12. Shortbread Cookies

13. Coconut Jam Tarts

14. Favorite Unbaked Square

15. Date Square

16. Favorite Baked Square

First-$3.50* Second-$3.00* Third-$2.50*

CLASS B- PIE SPECIALS

SECTION NUMBER

1. Rhubarb Pie

First - $10.00 Gift Certificate Second-$6.00* Third-$4.00*

2. Apple Pie

First - $10.00* Second-$6.00* Third-$4.00*

3. Mixed Fruit Pie (Name Fruit)

First - $10.00 Second- 6.00* Third-$4.00*

4. Raisin Pie

First-$10.00 Second-$6.00* Third-$4.00*

CLASS C- CAKE SPECIALS

SECTION NUMBER

1. Chocolate Cake - single layer, not iced.

First-$10.00* Second-$6.00* Third-$4.00*

2. Banana Cake

First-$10.00 Second-$6.00* Third-$4.00*

3. Carrot Cake

First-$10.00* Second-$6.00* Third-$4.00*

4. Favourite Coffee Cake

First-$10.00* Second-$6.00* Third-$4.00*

*CAKES TO BE REMOVED FROM BAKING CONTAINER FOR JUDGING PURPOSES*

*SPONSOR –MILLBROOK AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY

PETERBOROUGH COUNTY DAIRY PRODUCERS SPECIALS

The Peterborough Dairy Producers (www.dairygoodness.ca) sponsor two categories.

Gift Prizes will be donated per category. A product label must accompany each entry.


1. Pound Cake

2. Cranberry Orange Scones


CLASS D- OAAS BUTTER TART COMPETITION


*Please include recipe *No fruit or nuts *Full size tart shells (5)

*Winner is eligible to compete at District level. District winner eligible to compete at OAAS Convention in February.*

1st- $10 2nd- $6 3rd- $4

COUNTRY BAKE OFF - SPONSORED BY ROBIN HOOD FLOUR AND CRISCO


NEW!! Men Only!

1. Apple Pie (small preferred)

2. Chocolate Cake (small preferred)

3. BBQ Sauce (must use a new seal and rings for home canning)

4. Beef Jerky

For #3 and #4: Label and Date needed


First-$3.50* Second-$3.00* Third-$2.50*


COUNTRY FAIR BAKE-OFF CONTESTS

SMUCKER FOODS OF CANADA

*Please include product label and recipe using the sponsors products

*Please visit sponsors website for helpful baking tips https://www.smuckerawayfromhome.ca/

1. Crisco- Pecan Pie www.criscocanada.com

First-$25.00 Product Certificate Second-$10.00 Product Certificate

2. Robin Hood Flour Contests- Homemakers Special in a Basket www. robinhood.ca

3 Tarts and 3 Muffins of your Choice and 3 Tea Biscuits


3. Robin Hood Flour For Youth - Best Lunch Box Snack. (cookies, squares or bars)

First-$15.00 Product Certificate

$20.00 Cash Prize- To exhibitor obtaining the highest points in Class A-D

$15.00 Cash Prize- To exhibitor obtaining the second highest points in Class A-D

SPONSOR- CANADIAN LEGION BRANCH #402 MILLBROOK

*POINTS ARE AWARDED FOR WINNING FIRST, SECOND AND THIRD IN THE CLASSES ABOVE*

FIRST-15 POINTS SECOND-10 POINTS THIRD-5 POINTS

CROSBY’S MOLASSES SPECIAL


*Please include a product label with each entry and entries must be made using the sponsors product

*Please include recipe

*Please visit sponsors website for recipes and helpful hints www.crosbys.com

*To be judged on taste, texture and creative use of a recipe

SECTION NUMBER

1. Cookies made with Molasses (5)

*Must include a minimum of ¼ cup of molasses

First- $10.00 Second-$6.00 Third-$4.00

2. Cake Made with Molasses (including gingerbread)

*Must include a minimum of ¼ cup molasses

First-$10.00 Second-$6.00 Third-$4.00

3. BBQ Sauce made with Molasses

*Must include a minimum of ¼ cup of molasses

First-$10.00 Second-$6.00 Third-$4.00

CLASS E- PRESERVES

*MUST USE NEW SEAL AND RINGS FOR HOME CANNING / LABEL AND DATE PLEASE

* Jams/Jellies in 250ml-8 oz jars

*Pickles/ Relishes in 500ml-16 oz jar all others can be in quart jars

SECTION NUMBER


1. Cooked Salad Dressing 11. Marmalade

2. Chili Sauce 12. Rhubarb Sauce

3. Salsa 13. Dessert in a Jar - Layer your favorite cookie mix

4. Fruit Chili Sauce NEW!! using dry ingredients to create a one of a kind

5. Bread & Butter Pickles mix. Attach preparation instructions.

6. Corn Relish Judged by appearance only.

7. Cucumber Relish 14. Soup Mix in a Jar - Layer your favorite soup mix

8. Dill Pickles using dry ingredients to create a one of

9. Pickled Beets a kind mix. Attach preparation instructions.

10. Strawberry Rhubarb Jam Judged by appearance only.

15. Sweet and Sour Sauce NEW!!


First-$3.50* Second-$3.00* Third-$2.50*

BERNARDIN CONTESTS

1. BERNARDIN ADULT HOME CANNER BEST OF SHOW

Exhibitor must have at least 3 home canning entries in Class E

Winner is based on the highest points accumulated for the Best Home Canner

$30.00 Gift Certificate plus Rosette Prize Ribbon-exhibitor obtaining the most points.

2. BERNARDIN JELLY- RED PEPPER JELLY

Entry must be prepared with BERNARDIN FRUIT PECTIN (dry or liquid) and proof

of purchase (Package or PUC)

First-$20.00 Gift Certificate plus Rosette Prize Ribbon

3. BERNARDIN GIFT PACK AWARD

Must include at least 3 filled BERNARDIN Mason Jars. Create a "Gift"

decorated for any theme and include additional items. Maximum $20.00

First-$20.00 Gift Certificate plus Rosette Prize Ribbon

*Please include a list of items in the gift pack*


4. BERNARDIN MASON JAR CRAFT AWARD

Decorative or Functional Craft using a BERNARDIN Mason Jar/Lid

First-$20.00 Gift Certificate plus Rosette Prize Ribbon

*For Recipe and helpful hints on home canning visit www.homecanning.ca

BERNARDIN encourages local winners to compete at the annual Royal Agricultural Winter Fair held in early November in Toronto. For details see www.royalfair.org ( look for competition book-canning competition)

MAPLE SYRUP SPECIAL

Judging for Maple Syrup will take place on Friday June 7th at 7:30pm in the Exhibit building.

SECTION NUMBER ONLY A 250ml SYRUP BOTTLE PLEASE

1 .Golden Maple Syrup - Delicate taste

2. Amber Maple Syrup - Rich taste

3. Dark Maple Syrup - Robust taste

Syrup must have minimum sugar content of 66 Brix.

*Sugar content as per Ontario Maple Syrup Producers Association standards*

Sponsor- SQUIRREL CREEK FARM SERVICES LTD, Millbrook

First-$10.00 Second- $6.00 Third-$4.00

Bottles for Maple Syrup clarification for colour grading are available at Squirrel Creek Farm Services Ltd.


BAKING WITH MAPLE SYRUP

1. Maple Syrup Butter Tarts (5)

2. Maple Muffins (5)

3. Cookies Made with Maple Syrup (5)

4. Maple Cream Fudge (5)

5. Candy-one type of Maple Syrup Candy (5)

First-$3.50* Second-$3.00* Third-$2.50*

MAPLE SYRUP JUDGING STANDARDS

30-DENSITY

-Ideal range is 66.5% to 67 % brix

30-FLAVOUR

-characteristic maple flavour

-free from taste of smoke or outdoor odours

25-COLOUR

-lightest colour is ideal

-colour should fit colour class name

- colour determined by colour meter

15-CLARITY

-No Sediment, sugar crystals or foreign material

-when a white piece of paper is placed behind the sample,

the print should be easily read and should appear magnified.

From- JUDGING STANDARDS HANDBOOK OF FIELD CROPS

ROOTS AND VEGETABLES, FRUIT, MAPLE SYRUP AND

HONEY

BY: ONTARIO ASSOCIATION OF AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES (2003)

CLASS F - NEEDLE CRAFT

SECTION NUMBER

1. Small Knitted Article 6. Small Quilted Article

2. Small Needlework Article 7. Small Sewn Article

3. Counted Cross Stitch (useful) 8. Small Beaded Article (not jewelry)

4. Small Crocheted Article 9. Article Made From Felt

5. Plastic Canvas Article 10. Small Embroidery Article

11. Small Weaved Article

12. Small Swedish Weaving


First-$3.50* Second-$3.00* Third-$2.50*

CLASS G - CLASS G-SPECIALS

SECTION NUMBER

1. Needlepoint Picture (Mounted and Ready to Hang) NEW!

First-$15.00* Second-$10.00* Third-$7.00*

2. Wall Hanging (Ready to Hang) Medium of Choice Not Quilted

First-$15.00* Second-$10.00* Third-$7.00*

3. a) Machine Quilt - Quilted by the Exhibitor *Samples of material please. *Name Quilt Design

Quilt measured on the perimeter for a minimum total of 324" (can be round,

square or rectangular). Winning Quilt to go to District #4 Meeting in the fall for the

OAAS Competition.

First-$25.00* Second-$15.00* Third-$10.00*

3. b) Crib Quilt-Approximately 36 X 45" NEW!

3. c) Quilted Wall Hanging (Ready to Hang) NEW!


First-$3.50* Second-$3.00* Third-$2.50*

4. Afghan-Any Size, Medium of Choice

First-$10.00* Second-$7.00* Third-$5.00*

5. Large Crocheted Article

6. Latched Hook Article

7. Woodworking Article - Not to exceed 8"

8. Large Knitted Article

9. Large Sewn Article

10. Large Swedish Weaving

11. Folk Art


12. Artwork New!

A) Watercolour - Any subject

B) Oil and or Acrylic any subject

*Framed and Ready to Hang

*Must Be Original Work

*Maximum Size is 24" X 26"

SPONSOR-TODD EQUIPMENT LTD, MILLBROOK

CLASS H- HANDCRAFTS

SECTION NUMBER

1. Door Decoration

2. Paper Craft

3. Craft of Your Favorite Animal

4. Decorated Wooden Article

5. Bazaar Item Under $5.00

6. Bazaar Item Over $5.00

7. Craft Made From Clay Pots

8. Decoupage Article

9. Recycled Article

10. Potpourri Article

11. String Art NEW!

12. Bazaar Item over $10.00

13. Article Decorative Stamping

14. Decorate a Wine Glass New!

First-$3.00* Second-$2.50* Third-$2.00*

NEW! MEN ONLY CRAFTS FOR DISPLAY PURPOSES PLEASE NO MORE THAN 8" HIGH

1. Adult Lego (No Kits Please)- Use Your Imagination

2. Article of Word Working

3. Pyrography (Wood Burning)

4. Something From Recycled Wood-Name the Wood Please

5. Sheet Metal Project

First-$3.50* Second-$3.00* Third-$2.50*


$20.00 Cash Prize: To exhibitor obtaining the highest points in Class F-H

SPONSOR- MILLBROOK AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY

$15.00 Cash Prize: To exhibitor obtaining the second highest points in Class F-H

SPONSOR- ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION BRANCH #402, MILLBROOK

CLASS I - DECORATIVE ARRANGEMENTS

SECTION NUMBER

1. "All Dried Up" - Design using dried materials

2. "You Are My Sunshine"- Arrangements With Shades of Yellow

3. "Pine Cones"- Arrangements Using Pine Cones

4. "For The Kitchen Table" - Arrangements not to exceed 8"

5. "Express Yourself" - Design and Container of Your Choice

* Artificial and/or Real Flowers Can Be Used

First-$3.00* Second-$2.50* Third-$2.00

CLASS J - PLANTS AND FLOWERS

SECTION NUMBER

1. African Violet 7. Hanging Ivy (Pot not to exceed 8")

2. Geranium, Single Bloom 8. Cactus or Succulent

3. Non-Flowering Plant 9. Aloe Plant

4. Garden Bouquet (out of your garden) 10. Iris, Best Bloom (stem to be 6" long)

5. House Plant in Bloom 11. Fern (pot not to exceed 8")

6. Outdoor Planter 12. Begonia

First-$3.00 Second-$2.50 Third-$2.00*

$15.00 cash prize to the exhibitor with the highest point total in Class I-J SPONSOR-TODD EQUIPMENT LTD. MILLBROOK

TIPS FOR EXHIBITING FLOWERS:

*Do not use containers of value

*All exhibits must be in suitable containers to prevent tipping

*No Artificial Flowers

*Cut flowers early in the morning

*Roses cut a second time under water for best results

*Remove all Foliage that is below the neck of your container

*Full Bloom-Some that are almost mature, some partly open and some tight buds with

future blooms to come

*Cut in the cool of the day. Cut cleanly with sharp knife or prunes, strip lower leaves and

put in warm water at once. Place in a cool place for a few hours or overnight.

First-$3.00* Second-$2.50* Third-$2.00*

CLASS K- PHOTOGRAPHY

CAPTIONS ARE WELCOME

SECTION NUMBER

*Two (2) photos for each section

1. Beauty of Nature

2. Silhouettes

3. Explosion of Colour

4. Garden(s) in Bloom *2 photos for each Section 1-14

5. Life Celebrations

6. Close-Up

7. Black and White Photo- Any Subject

8. Events at the Millbrook Fair

9. Celebrating Ontario

10. Photographers Choice

11. Fun Outdoors

12. Remember When - Favourite Old Photos

13. Photo From Unique Angle

14. Historic Site

15. Shoe(s)

*TWO (2) PHOTOS FOR EACH SECTION 1-14 ( Minimum 4X6- Maximum 5X7) on BLACK BRISTOL BOARD

First- $3.00* Second-$2.50* Third-$2.00*

16. Scrapbook Pages- Any Subject * Tell a story with photos and captions(12“ x 12”)

17. Photo Montage up to six (6) photos suitably mounted –Any Subject

First-$5.00* Second-$4.50* Third-$4.00*

-FOR DISPLAY PURPOSES PLEASE MOUNT PHOTOGRAPHY ON BRISTOL BOARD OR CARDSTOCK

-ENTRY TAG ON BOTTOM RIGHT

$20.00 Cash Prize: to exhibitor obtaining the highest points in Class K

SPONSOR-TODD EQUIPMENT LTD. MILLBROOK

CLASS M- GOLDEN AGE (60 AND OVER)

SECTION NUMBER

1. Crocheted Article

2. Knitted Article

3. Article Made From Nature

4. Wooden Article

5. Article from Left Over Yarn

6. Decorated Picture Frame

7. Podgy Article

8. Favorite Craft Made From a Kit

9. Collection of Buttons-Assorted, Creatively mounted on Bristol Board

10. Christmas Article

11. Bazaar Item

12. Embroidery Article

First-$3.00* Second-$2.50* Third-$2.00*

$20.00 Cash Prize: to exhibitor obtaining the highest points in C

SPONSOR- ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION BRANCH #402, Millbrook

POINTS ARE AWARDED FOR WINNING FIRST, SECOND AND THIRD IN THE CLASSES ABOVE

FIRST-15 POINTS SECOND-10 POINTS THIRD-5 POINTS

CLASS N - YOUTH TALENTS (12 AND UNDER)

* MUST BE MADE BY THE CHILD ONLY

* PLEASE INDICATE THE AGE OF THE CHILD

JUDGING FOR YOUTH CRAFTS AND POSTERS IS WEDNESDAY JUNE 5 AT 6PM

JUDGING FOR YOUTH CULINARY AND YOUTH PHOTOGRAPHY IS SATURDAY JUNE 7 AT 9AM

5 AND UNDER - NEW!

1. Paint a rock for a door stop to look like favorite animal

2. Make a Fan with with popsicle sticks and decorate

3. Make a egg carton caterpillar

4. Trace your hand, make it into a picture and Colour (81/2 X 11)

5. Small craft of choice


12 AND UNDER

SECTION NUMBER

1. Duct Tape Creation

2. Mason Jar Aquarium

3. Make a Vase with Recycled Materials and Decorate

4. Create a Pirate Treasure Map

5. Jewelry made with rubber band loom craft

6. Duct Tape Wallet-Original Design

7. Make A Vase From Recycled Material And Decorate

8. Create a Treasure Map of Millbrook

9. Craft made from Pinterest- include printout of the craft

10. Craft made with grandparent

11. Favourite School Project

12. Create a BARN made from Lego-on a LEGO BASE, no large than 8" (needs to be self supporting and stays together)

First-$2.50* Second-$2.00* Third-$1.50*

YOUTH CULINARY (12 AND UNDER)

1. Favourite No-Bake Square or Bar (5) -no rice krispies, see #4

2. Favourite Cookie (5) other than chocolate chip please

3. Large Decorated Cookie- All Edible 6" round approx. Judged by appearance only.

4. Rice Krispy Square- Make Into a Fun Shape and Decorate-All Edible

5. Brownies - Made From a Mix With No Nuts

6. ROBIN HOOD FLOUR- Best lunchbox Snack

*Please include recipe /sponsor label -First and Second receive Product Certificates

First-$2.50* Second-$2.00* Third-$1.50

SPONSOR-MILLBROOK AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY

NEW! PETERBOROUGH DIARY PRODUCERS POSTER

*Use slogans and pictures to promote milk or milk products from the dairy producers industry

*Poster size Minimum without border(23 cm X28 cm)

Maximum without border (28 cm X 44 cm)

* 5.5cm border on all four sides on black card stock or bristol board

OAAS COMPETITIONS

1. OAAS Chocolate Chip Cookies Contest

(8)Cookies no larger than 3" not smaller than 2". No Nuts. The winner is eligible for District

Competition in October. The District winner competes at the provincial level in February.

Up to age 15 years as of December 31st of the current year.

2. "Promoting Millbrook Fair" Poster Competition

Original Hand Made Design

Class A - Junior- Includes Junior up to including Grade 4 First-$5.00*

Class B - Intermediate- Include Youth, Grade 5 to Grade 8 Inclusive Second-$4.00*

Class C - Includes Grade 9 to Grade 12 Third-$3.00*

*Name and Date of the Fair Must Be Clearly Shown on the Poster

*Poster Size- Minimum without border (23cm X 28cm)

Maximum without border (28cm X 44cm)

FOR DISPLAY PURPOSES, ENTRY TAG ON BOTTOM RIGHT

*Each entry must be centered in Cardstock or Bristol Board exposing

on all four sides showing a 5.5cm border.

*Winning Posters will be entered at District #4 Competition in October

SPONSOR-MILLBROOK AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY

YOUTH TALENTS (12 TO 18 YEARS)

SECTION NUMBER

1. Design a Web Page Promoting Your School

2. Decorate a T- Shirt or a Sweatshirt

3. Decorate a Wooden Craft

4. Decorate a Basket (No Larger than 8")

5. Article of Plastic Canvas

6. Small Craft of Choice

First-$2.50* Second-$2.00* Third-$1.50*

SPONSOR- HOUSE OF WHITE BIRCHES

PLEASE NOTE* Youth Talents will be judged on Wednesday June 5th at 6:00 p.m.

*School Entries will be picked up on Wednesday during the day and will be returned

to the School as soon as possible

*Entries should be preregistered to Kathy by Monday June 3rd

*Entries will be on display from Wednesday June 5th-Sunday June 9th at 4:00 p.m.

YOUTH CULINARY ARTS (12 TO 18 YEARS)

SECTION NUMBER

1. Homemade Snack Mix in a Small Mason Jar- approx. 1/2 full

2. Oatmeal Raisin Cookies

3. Butter Tarts

4. Banana Muffins(5)

5. Favorite Cake (Single Layer)

6. Robin Hood Flour - Best Lunchbox snack- include recipe

7. Favorite Fudge-Not Nuts-(5)

8. Decorate A Small Cake-Theme of Choice


First-$2.50* Second-$2.00* Third-$1.50*

PHOTOGRAPHY FOR 18 AND YOUNGER

Photos Must Be Taken by the Exhibitor

SECTION NUMBER

1. Life On the Farm Two (2) Photos for each section

2. Something I Like *minimum size 4x6 *

3. My School Outing

4. Something Funny

5. Special Friend

6. Fun Outdoors

7. Interesting Photo of an Bird

8. Your Favorite Photos

9. Scrapbook Page 12x12

10. "DOG WATCH HIDDEN FENCES" SPECIAL- 4 photos of active dog(s) playing


First-$4.00* Second-$3.00* Third-$2.00*


FOR DISPLAY PURPOSES PLEASE MOUNT ON BLACK BRISTOL BOARD OR CARD STOCK

ENTRY TAGS ON THE BOTTOM RIGHT

*SPONSOR-MILLBROOK AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY

JUDGING STANDARDS FOR ONTARIO FAIRS

SCORE FOR BAKED GOODS SCORE FOR PRESERVES

25-General Appearance 25-General Appearance

25-Internal Appearance 25-Texture

50-Flavour 50-Flavour & Aroma

SCORE FOR MAPLE SYRUP SCORE FOR QUILTS

30-Density-66.5%-67%brix 25-General Appearance & Design

30-Flavour 20-Colour & Materials

25-Colour 55-Workmanship (30-Quilting, 10-Borders, 10

15-Clarity 10-Binding & Picots, 5-Lining)

SCORE FOR HANDCRAFTS

15-General Appearance

15-Creative Design

20-Colour & Materials

50-Workmanship

SCORE FOR CLOTHING SCORE FOR NEEDLEWORK

25-Design, Colour & Materials 25-General Appearance

50-Workmanship (outside) 25-Design & Materials

25-Workmanship (inside) 50-Workmanship

SCORE FOR PHOTOGRAPHY SCORE FOR DISPLAYS

25-Impact & Style 20-General Appearance

50-Composition 25-Power to Attract & Hold Attention

10-Presentation 40-Message

15-Lighting 15-Quality of Materials

From- HOMECRAFT JUDGING STANDARDS FOR ONTARIO FAIRS

REVISED BY ONTARIO ASSOCIATION OF AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES (2009)


GOOD LUCK AND HAVE FUN!

SEE YOU AT THE 170TH MILLBROOK FAIR

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