Please note that entries for classes in the Jr. Arts Prize Book are to be made through the child’s school. If the student is homeschooled, entries can be made directly through the LAS office.

JUNIOR ARTS AND CRAFTS

JUNIOR ARTS AND CRAFTS COMMITTEE:

CHAIRPERSON: Garry Schubert: Tracy Ashton, Suzanne Barker, Jannah Britton, Joanne Dingle, Sandra Falconer, Tarina Koty, Bob Mayhew, Lilah McMorrow, Emily McReelis, Kim Schoenmakers, David Simser, Holly Smith, Connie Starr

PRIZE MONEY

Kindergarten - Grade 3
1st - $5
2nd - $4
3rd - $3
4th - $2
5th - $1
Grade 4 - Grade 6
1st - $6
2nd - $5
3rd - $4
4th - $3
5th - $2
Grade 7 and up
1st - $8
2nd - $6
3rd - $5
4th - $3
5th - $2

Cover by: Julia Cossarin ~ Leslie Frost Public School

SCHOOL RULES AND REGULATIONS

1. Entries may be made by any student at the Elementary or Secondary School level. Exhibitors may make only one entry in any one class.

2. Exhibits MUST BE THE WORK OF THE EXHIBITOR and made SINCE the previous fair.

3. NOTE: Articles should be entered according to the grade the student was in when the project was completed. No entry may be made in a grade higher than the student is currently in. ARTICLES COMPLETED IN JULY & AUGUST ARE TO BE CONSIDERED PART OF THE GRADE THE STUDENT WILL BE ENTERING IN SEPTEMBER.

4. Students registered in an Elementary or Secondary School in the City of Kawartha Lakes must enter exhibits through the school attended. Students who are schooled at home and any other student residing in the City of Kawartha Lakes should contact the Exhibition Office for instructions on how to enter.

5. Entry forms will be forwarded to each school. Teachers may secure additional forms and/or tags at the Exhibition Office, 354 Angeline St. S., Lindsay. Entry forms should be made in duplicate. Submit the original to the Exhibition Office and retain a school copy for your future reference.

6. Lindsay Exhibition reserves the right to open all entry tags AFTER JUDGING HAS BEEN COMPLETED.

7. For all printing, writing, projects & assignments done in class, each teacher is to limit the number of entries to 5.

8. DEADLINE for all entry forms is 5pm Friday September 14th, 2018. Completed entry forms may be faxed (705-324-8111) or dropped off during regular office hours, 8:30am - 4:30pm.

9. ALL student Arts & Crafts Exhibits must be delivered to the Commonwell Exhibition Building on Monday September 17th between 3pm and 8pm. Judging begins on Tuesday at 8:30am.

10. Large school displays to be set up between 4pm and 7pm on Tuesday September 18th.

11. ALL flower, vegetable and farm produce exhibits must be delivered to the Commonwell Exhibition Building on Tuesday September 18th between 3pm and 7:45pm. Judging begins Tuesday at 8pm.

12. While the committee will take every possible precaution to secure the safety of the articles sent to the Exhibition, the owners themselves must take the risk of exhibiting. Should any article be accidentally damaged, lost or stolen, the Committee will give all the assistance in their power towards its recovery but will not make any payment for the value thereof.

13. Prize money will be distributed by the schools. If your money is not received by November 1st, please advise the Exhibition Office.

14. The judges reserve the right to withhold a prize if the exhibit is deemed unworthy.

15. The Commonwell Exhibition Building closes at 6pm on Sunday September 23rd. Exhibits may be picked up on Monday September 24th between 10am and 7pm. Exhibits will be removed from the Commonwell Exhibition Building after Monday evening. Due to space restrictions in our multi use facility, unclaimed items will be disposed of after Thanksgiving, October 8th.

HELPFUL HINTS

1. How do I choose my projects? Projects may be chosen from the entry list available from your school, at the Exhibition Office or at www.lindsayex.com. Avoid disqualification by paying close attention to size requirements and computer use restrictions.

2. How will my project be judged? Projects are judged on neatness, creativity, and following the directions. Make sure you check the size limits and type of materials required from the entry list. This must be your own work.

3. How do I enter my project? Tell your teacher you wish to enter your project. He or she will give you a student number and tag(s) that you should fill out, neatly and accurately. Home schooled students may register through the Exhibition Office.

4. How do I fill in my tags? Neatly print the exhibit number and name of the project from the entry list, your assigned student number, your full name, your grade and your school on the tag. (Your teacher may have stamped the name of the school on the tag). Securely fasten the tag to your project and fold up the name section on the bottom.

5. When do I bring in my project to the fair?

- Bring school exhibits to the Commonwell Exhibition Building on MONDAY September 17th between 3pm and 8pm.
- Bring flower and vegetable exhibits to the Commonwell Exhibition Building on TUESDAY September 18th between 3pm and 7:45pm. Judging begins at 8pm. After 7:45pm is too late.
- Adult vegetables will be displayed in a different place this year but Junior entrees still go in to the Commonwell Exhibition Building.

6. When can I see my project after it has been judged? The display area is open every day during the Lindsay Exhibition.

Wednesday 1pm - 10pm Thursday 10am - 10pm Friday 10am - 11pm
Saturday 10 am - 11pmSunday 10am - 6pm

7. The Junior Arts and Crafts exhibits will be available for pick up on Monday September 24th between 10am and 7pm. Exhibits will be removed from the Commonwell Exhibition Building after Monday evening. Unclaimed items will be disposed of after Thanksgiving October 8th.

8. If I have won a prize, when do I receive it? As soon as the prizes won by your school have been calculated, the money will be sent to your school and your school will give it to you. Be patient. This may take 2-4 weeks after the fair is over. Cheques must be cashed by March 1st, 2019. Any uncashed cheques will not be re-issued after this date.

WHAT DO JUDGES LOOK FOR?

Printing and Writing

Printing Grades 1-3:- Paper size is correct- Not mounted- Round letters are to be round- Vertical lines must be straight and not slanted- Letters are to be uniform height, spaced appropriately, and have proper shape.

Writing Grades 4-8:- Paper size is correct- Not mounted- Letters are to be uniform height, spaced appropriately and have proper shape- Looped letters must be open (i.e. e, l, f, g, h, etc)- Dots on i's are to be dots, not circles- "White out" not to be used.

Baked Goods

General Appearance:- Pleasing Appearance- Appealing colour and visual texture- Appropriate size and shape

Internal Appearance and Texture:- Appropriate texture- Tender, crisp, smooth, fluffy, flaky, creamy, chewy, or crunchy rather than greasy, sticky, rubbery, lumpy, tough or stringy.- Colour - even and appropriate, free from streaks of colour- Appropriate aroma for baked goods - free from "off" odours.

Wooden Products

Technical Qualities:- Joints- Smoothness of finish- Regularity or squareness

Artistic Qualities: - Finish - Originality

Overall Appearance:- Finish- Originality

General Crafts

General Appearance: - Attracts attention with its colour and designs - Accurate dimensions - Work looks finished - No computer use unless specified.

Creative Design:- Appealing- Functional

Creative Colour:- Suits the design- Harmonious

Creative Material:- Choice suited to use of the article- Complements the design

Craftsmanship:- Shows knowledge and understanding of materials.


PRINTING AND WRITING

Instructions, Rules and Text to be used.

Keep your work neat and tidy. Judging will be according to the text provided. Allow for a border of 2 cm.
For printing: The round letters are to be round; vertical lines must be straight and not slanted. The letters are to be of uniform height, spaced appropriately and have proper shape.

Grades 1-4: To be on lined paper no larger than 18 cm x 23 cm, not mounted, using a pencil. If done in class each teacher is to limit the number of entries to 5. (See School Rules and Regulations section.)

GRADE 1 - Using Pencil and Printing

3Roses are Red
4L'Automne
Roses are red,
Violets are blue,
Sugar is sweet,
And so are you.
Petite feuille verte bouge dans l'arbre,
Petite feuille jaune vole dans l'air.
Petite feuille orange dort dans l'herbe,
Chut, voice l'automne.


ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS

  • Please read directions carefully to avoid being disqualified, and note any size restrictions.
  • All entry tags will be opened after judging.
Prizes:1st: $52nd: $43rd: $34th: $25th: $1

JK. Junior Kindergarten

Prizes: 1st: $5, 2nd: $4, 3rd: $3, 4th: $2, 5th: $1, others: $0

Classes:

1. Decorated Single Hand Print Creation    

- on disposable plate - no larger than 17 cm

2. Finger Painting    

- using primary colours only (red, blue, yellow) - maximum 30 cm x 45 cm

3. Bingo Dabber Stamp Design    

- maximum 22 cm x 28 cm

4. Decorated Paper Plate Hat    

- no larger than 30 cm in diameter

5. Crayon Picture of my Family    

- maximum 30 cm x 45 cm

6. Collection of Related Items    

- displayed in a six section egg carton

7. Open Class    

- maximum 50cm in any direction

Senior Kindergarten

Prizes:1st: $52nd: $43rd: $34th: $25th: $1

Classes:

1. Birthday Card

- for a friend - maximum 15 cm x 25 cm when folded

2. Painting

- fall picture - maximum 31 cm x 46 cm

3. Creature - Made from Recyclable Material

- (straw, thread spool, paper clip etc) on disposable plate under 17 cm

4. Shoe Box Car

5. Sponge Pattern Making

- maximum 15 cm x 46 cm

6. Animal - Cut-Out 2-D Geometric Shapes

- glued on construction paper - maximum 23 cm x 31 cm

7. Self Portrait

- hand drawn - coloured - maximum 23 cm x 31 cm

8. Open Class

- maximum 50 cm in any direction

Grade One

Prizes:1st: $52nd: $43rd: $34th: $25th: $1

Classes:

1. One Cupcake Decorated as an Animal - Decoration Must be Edible

- Judged on decoration only - on disposable plate no larger than 17 cm in diameter

2. 3 - "No Bake" Cookies

- On a paper plate no larger than 17 cm in diameter

3. Printing (English)

- Content provided below

4. Printing (French)

- Content provided below

PRINTING AND WRITING

Instructions, Rules and Text to be used.

Keep your work neat and tidy. Judging will be according to the text provided. Allow for a border of 2 cm.
For printing: The round letters are to be round; vertical lines must be straight and not slanted. The letters are to be of uniform height, spaced appropriately and have proper shape.

Grades 1-4: To be on lined paper no larger than 18 cm x 23 cm, not mounted, using a pencil. If done in class each teacher is to limit the number of entries to 5. (See School Rules and Regulations section.)

GRADE 1 - Using Pencil and Printing

3Roses are Red
4L'Automne
Roses are red,
Violets are blue,
Sugar is sweet,
And so are you.
Petite feuille verte bouge dans l'arbre,
Petite feuille jaune vole dans l'air.
Petite feuille orange dort dans l'herbe,
Chut, voice l'automne.


5. Cut and Paste Picture - Pets

- Using magazine pictures, maximum 31 cm x 46 cm

6. Decorated Styrofoam Cup

7. Sponge Stamping with Paint

- Maximum 31 cm x 46 cm

8. Greeting Card

- Maximum 15 cm x 25 cm when folded - not computer generated

9. Animal Head Made from Paper Plate

10. Disposable Plate with Cutouts

- Showing a well balanced meal from 4 food groups - maximum 30 cm in diameter

11. Coloured Picture to Show Four Seasons

- Hand drawn - maximum 23 cm x 31 cm

12. A Playdough/Plasticine Animal

- On paper plate no larger than 17 cm in diameter

13. Lunch Paper Bag Puppet

14. Wearable Crown

- Made from recycled material

15. Character Education Poster - "Showing Kindness to my Pet"

- Maximum 31 cm x 46 cm

Sponsorship: $15.00, Helen Yazdani

16. Open Class 2-D

- Maximum 50 cm x 50 cm

17. Open Class 3-D

- Maximum 50 cm x 50 cm x 50 cm - NO LEGO

Grade Two

Prizes:1st: $52nd: $43rd: $34th: $25th: $1

Classes:

1. One Cupcake Decorated in Circus Theme

- Decoration must be edible - item judged on decoration only - on disposable plate - maximum 17 cm

2. 3 No Bake Squares

- On disposable plate no larger than 17 cm in diameter

3. Printing (English)

- Content provided below

4. Printing (French)

- Content provided below

PRINTING AND WRITING

Instructions, Rules and Text to be used.

Keep your work neat and tidy. Judging will be according to the text provided. Allow for a border of 2 cm.

For printing: The round letters are to be round; vertical lines must be straight and not slanted. The letters are to be of uniform height, spaced appropriately and have proper shape.

Grades 1-4: To be on lined paper no larger than 18 cm x 23 cm, not mounted, using a pencil. If done in class each teacher is to limit the number of entries to 5. (See School Rules and Regulations section.)

GRADE 2 - Using Pencil and Printing

3What to Name a Fish4Bien Assis
What to name a fish?
Call it what you wish;
Sally, Kelly, James or Blair.
It won't really give a care
Cause it's hard for it to hear
With all that water in its ear.
Dans un parc fleuri
On écoute chanter
Et on rit
Dans mon maillot rayé.
J'aime bien me baigner
Pour tenter d'oublier
La chaleur de l'été.


5. Cut and Paste Magazine Nature Collage

- Maximum 23 cm x 31 cm

6. Seed Picture

- Nature theme - using 4 or more varieties of seeds, glued securely - maximum 23 cm x 31 cm

7. Vegetable Stamping with Paint

- Maximum 31 cm x 46 cm

8. Harvest Table Decoration

- maximum 30 cm x 30 cm x 30 cm

9. Flat Coloured Paper Weaving

- Maximum 23 cm x 31 cm

10. Coloured Picture - Celebrating the Lindsay Exhibition

- Hand drawn - maximum 23 cm x 31 cm

11. Life Cycle of an Animal

- Using craft materials - mounted on a circle - maximum diameter 30 cm

12. Vehicle

- Made from paper rolls & small boxes - maximum 31 cm x 46 cm

13. Animal Puppet

- Made from a clean sock

14. Decorated Fly Swatter

15. Robot Cereal Box

- Maximum 75 cm high x 50 cm long x 20 cm wide

16. Egg Carton Art

17. Character Education Poster - "Showing Kindness to My Parent(s)"

- Maximum 31 cm x 46 cm

Sponsorship: $15.00, Helen Yazdani

18. Open Class 2-D

- Maximum 50 cm x 50 cm

19. Open Class 3-D

- Maximum 50 cm x 50 cm x 50 cm - NO LEGO

3. Grade Three

Prizes: 1st: $5, 2nd: $4, 3rd: $3, 4th: $2, 5th: $1, others: $0

Classes:

1. 3 Rice Krispie Squares    

- Undecorated - on disposable plate no larger than 17 cm

2. Decorated Cupcake    

- Edible decorations - on disposable plate no larger than 17 cm

3. Printing (English)    

- Content provided below

4. Printing (French)    

- Content provided below

PRINTING AND WRITING

Instructions, Rules and Text to be used.

Keep your work neat and tidy. Judging will be according to the text provided. Allow for a border of 2 cm.

For printing: The round letters are to be round; vertical lines must be straight and not slanted. The letters are to be of uniform height, spaced appropriately and have proper shape.

Grades 1-4: To be on lined paper no larger than 18 cm x 23 cm, not mounted, using a pencil. If done in class each teacher is to limit the number of entries to 5. (See School Rules and Regulations section.)

GRADE 3 - Using Pencil and Printing

3No One4Une Oie Blanche
In this room
There's not a breeze.
No one sneezed
The littlest sneeze.
No one wheezed
The faintest wheeze.
The door's shut tight
With a big brass handle.
Who?
Who blew out the candle?
Une oie blanche descendait
Un escalier et chantait:
>> Je suis seule dans la maison,
Tra-la-la-li-la-lon
Tous les enfants sont sortis,
Tra-la-la-li-la-la-li
Je vais aller au jardin
Pour voir mon ami le chien.>>


5. Menu for a Lunch Box    

- With cut-out pictures - on sheet - maximum 23 cm x 31 cm

6. Advertisement for a Lost Pet    

- Maximum 23 cm x 31 cm

7. Felt Book Mark    

8. Birthday Wrapping Paper    

- Showing pattern - maximum 31 cm x 46 cm

9. Torn Paper Picture    

- Autumn theme - maximum 31 cm x 46 cm

10. A Coin Bank    

- Made from plastic container - maximum 16 cm in diameter

11. Decorated Pencil Holder    

- Made from recycled material

12. Necklace    

- Made from pasta - decorated and coloured - strung on string

13. Decorated First Nations Headband    

- Made to fit entrant

14. Collage    

- Showing difference between urban and rural community - maximum 31 cm x 46 cm

15. Drawing of Any Plant    

- With parts labeled - maximum 31 cm x 46 cm

16. A Computer Generated Book Cover    

- (front only) - topic:farm animals - effective use of both graphics and text must be evident

17. Popsicle Stick Article    

- Sticks and glue only - may be coloured - maximum 30 cm x 30 cm x 30 cm

18. Boat    

- Made from scrap lumber - maximum length 30 cm

19. Farm Animal    

- Made from plastic water bottle base and decorated appropriately

20. Painted Rock    

- Maximum rock size 15 cm x 15 cm

21. 3D First Nations or Pioneer Shelter    

- Maximum 30 cm x 30 cm x 30 cm

22. Character Education Poster - "Showing Kindness to My Grandparent(s)"    

- Maximum 31 cm x 46 cm

Sponsorship: $15.00, Helen Yazdani

23. Poster Special - Promoting Our Theme "Farm, Fresh, Fun"    

- Maximum 31 cm x 46 cm using crayons or markers.

In addition to prize money, CRAYOLA CANADA, Lindsay, will donate product items for 1st, 2nd and 3rd places

24. Open Class 2-D    

- Maximum 50 cm x 50 cm

25. Open Class 3-D    

- Maximum 50 cm x 50 cm x 50 cm - NO LEGO

Grade Four

Prizes:1st: $62nd: $53rd: $44th: $35th: $2

Classes:

1. 3 Butterscotch Chip Cookies

- No purchased mixes - on disposable plate no larger than 17 cm

2. 3 Sugar Cookies

- No purchased mixes - on disposable plate no larger than 17 cm

3. Decorated Cookie

- Using edible decorations - no purchased mixes - on disposable plate less than 17 cm

4. Cursive Writing (English)

- Content provided below

5. Cursive Writing (French)

- Content provided below

PRINTING AND WRITING

Instructions, Rules and Text to be used.

Keep your work neat and tidy. Judging will be according to the text provided. Allow for a border of 2 cm.

For Writing: The letters are to be of uniform height, spaced appropriately and exhibit the proper shape and slant.

Grades 1-4: To be on lined paper no larger than 18 cm x 23 cm, not mounted, using a pencil. If done in class each teacher is to limit the number of entries to 5. (See School Rules and Regulations section.)

GRADE 4 - Using Pencil and Cursive Writing

3The Scarecrow4L'Automne
When all the cows are sleeping
And the sun had gone to bed,
Up jumped the scarecrow,
And this is what he said:
"I'm a dingle dangle scarecrow
With a flippy floppy hat.
I can shake my hands like this,
And shake my feet like that."
L'aube est moins claire,
L'air moins chaud,
Le ciel moins pur;
Les longs jours sont passés,
Les mois charmants finissent.
Hélas!
Voici déjà les arbres qui jaunissent!
L'automne est triste
Avec sa bise et son brouillard,
Et l'été qui s'enfuit
Est un ami qui part.


6. Menu for a Canada Day BBQ

- With drawn pictures - maximum 23 cm x 31 cm

7. Invitation to a Fall Party

- Maximum 13 cm x 18 cm

8. Pencil Sketch

- Rural theme - maximum size 23 cm x 31 cm

9. An Original Coat of Arms

- Maximum 31 cm x 46 cm

10. Hand Drawn Map of a Canadian Province or Territory

- Showing any 5 resources; label capital and province/territory

11. Any Form of Computer Generated Artwork

- Maximum 22 cm x 28 cm

12. Shoe Box Diorama - Depicting Medieval Life

- Maximum 30 cm x 30 cm x 30 cm

13. Popsicle Stick Toy

- Sticks and glue only - may be painted - maximum 30 cm x 30 cm x 30 cm

14. Air Plane

- Made from scrap lumber - maximum 30 cm x 30 cm

15. Disney Character Puppet

- Please identify the character - maximum 30 cm x 30 cm x 30 cm

16. Farm Critter

- Using a styrofoam ball as the base

17. Pom Pom Picture - Flower(s)

- Using pom poms - on bristol board - maximum 22 cm x 28 cm

18. Decorated Clay Flower Pot

- Maximum diameter 16 cm

19. A Coin Bank

- Made from a metal container - maximum 16 cm in diameter

20. Decorated Treasure Box

- From recycled material - maximum 15 cm x 30 cm

21. A Percussion Musical Instrument

- Maximum 30 cm x 30 cm x 30 cm

22. Character Education Poster - "Showing Kindness to My Friend(s)"

- Maximum 31 cm x 46 cm

Sponsorship: $20.00, Helen Yazdani

23. Poster Competition - Promoting Lindsay Exhibition

  1. Name and date of Fair must be clearly shown on poster.
  2. Must be hand drawn - in any medium.
  3. Size without border: minimum 22 cm x 28 cm, maximum 28 cm x 44 cm
  4. Must be centered on CARDSTOCK or BRISTOL BOARD exposing a 5.5 cm border on all four sides.
  5. Winning poster will compete at the District Level in October and District winner will compete at Provincial level at OASS Convention in February 2019. Name of Fair, owner of poster & school to be clearly labeled on the back of entry.

In addition to prize money, CRAYOLA CANADA, Lindsay, will donate product items for 1st, 2nd and 3rd places.

24. Open Class 2-D

- Maximum 50 cm x 50 cm

25. Open Class 3-D

- Maximum 50 cm x 50 cm x 50 cm - NO LEGO

Grade Five

Prizes:1st: $62nd: $53rd: $44th: $35th: $2

Classes:

1. 3 Oatmeal Raisin Cookies

- No purchased mixes - on disposable plate no larger than 17 cm

2. 3 Squares of Chocolate Fudge Candy

- No purchased mixes - on disposable plate no larger than 17 cm

3. Decorated Chocolate Chip Cookie

- Edible decorations - no purchased mixes - on disposable plate no larger than 17 cm

4. Cursive Writing in Pen (English)

- Content provided below

5. Cursive Writing in Pen (French)

- Content provided below

PRINTING AND WRITING

Instructions, Rules and Text to be used.

Keep your work neat and tidy. Judging will be according to the text provided. Allow for a border of 2 cm.

For writing: The letters are to be of uniform height, spaced appropriately and exhibit the proper shape and slant.

Grades 5-8: To be on lined paper no larger than a foolscap sheet, not mounted, using a pen. If done in class each teacher is to limit the number of entries to 5. (See School Rules and Regulations section.)

GRADE 5 - Using Pen and Cursive Writing

4What Will You Be?5Pour Ma Mère
They never stop asking me:
"What will you be?
A doctor, a dancer
A diver at sea?"
They never stop bugging me:
"What will you be?"
As if they expect me to
Stop being me.
Il y a plus de fleurs
Pour ma mère, en mon coeur,
Que dans tous les vergers;
Plus de merles rieurs
Pour ma mère, en mon coeur,
Que dans le monde entier;
Et bien plus de baisers
Pour ma mère, en mon coeur,
Qu'on ne pourrait en donner.



6. Leaf Collection - 12 different deciduous leaves

- Identified- on bristol board or other rigid board - must be dried or waxed - maximum 65 cm x 95 cm

7. Clown Face

- Drawn free hand and coloured with markers - maximum 23 cm x 31 cm

8. Leaf Print Design

- Using autumn colours - any medium - maximum 30 cm x 30 cm

9. Scrap Booking Page

- To celebrate farming in Ontario - maximum 31 cm x 46 cm

10. Poster Promoting Nut Safe School

- Maximum 31 cm x 46 cm

11. Create a Computer Generated Mystery Story

- 1 to 3 pages - may include graphics

12. Group of 4 Drawings - 4 Canadian birds

- Using pencil crayons - each picture: maximum 13 cm x 18 cm - mounting not to exceed 30 cm x 40 cm

In addition to prize money, CRAYOLA CANADA, Lindsay, will donate product items for 1st, 2nd, 3rd.

13. Bird Feeder

- Made from wood - maximum 40 cm x 40 cm x 40 cm

14. Board Game Design

- Healthy Living - maximum 31 cm x 46 cm

15. Decorated Hat

- Theme: "Celebrating Gardens"

16. Duct Tape Pencil Case

17. Shoe Box

- Decorated for Valentine's Day

18. Diorama

- Depicting invertebrate habitat - maximum 30 cm x 30 cm x 30 cm

19. Create an Artifact

- From an ancient civilization - maximum 30 cm x 30 cm x 30 cm

20. Character Education Poster - "Showing Kindness in My Community"

- Maximum 31 cm x 46 cm

Sponsorship: $20.00, Helen Yazdani

21. Open Class 2-D

- Maximum 50 cm x 50 cm

22. Open Class 3-D

- Maximum 50 cm x 50 cm x 50 cm - NO LEGO

Grade Six

Prizes:1st: $62nd: $53rd: $44th: $35th: $2

Classes:

1. 3 Ginger Cookies

- No purchased mixes - on disposable plate no larger than 17 cm

2. 3 Squares Maple Fudge Candy

- On disposable plate no larger than 17 cm

3. 3 Plain Bran Muffins - no purchased mixes

- On disposable plate no larger than 17 cm

4. Foil Pie Plate Design

- Maximum 28 cm

5. Cursive Writing in Pen (English)

- Content provided below

6. Cursive Writing in Pen (French)

- Content provided below

PRINTING AND WRITING

Instructions, Rules and Text to be used.

Keep your work neat and tidy. Judging will be according to the text provided. Allow for a border of 2 cm.

For writing: The letters are to be of uniform height, spaced appropriately and exhibit the proper shape and slant.

Grades 5-8: To be on lined paper no larger than a foolscap sheet, not mounted, using a pen. If done in class each teacher is to limit the number of entries to 5. (See School Rules and Regulations section.)

GRADE 6 - Using Pen and Cursive Writing

5Trees6Chevalure
I think that I shall never see
A poem lovely as a tree.
A tree whose hungry mouth is prest
Against the sweet earth's flowing breast;
A tree that looks at God all day,
And lifts her leafy arms to pray;
A tree that may in summer wear
A nest of robins in her hair;
Upon whose bosom snow has lain;
Who intimately lives with rain.
Poems are made by fools like me,
But only God can make a tree.
J'ai un cheval qui galope
Souple comme une antilope;
Un beau cheval qui prend l'air
Dans mon pré imaginaire.
Sur le chemin de l'école
Avec moi il caracolait.
Nos crinères s'enlacent
Un trop court moment hélas!
Et quand tombent mes paupières
Je deviens son écuyère
Je lui dis: Allons, pleins gaz!
Du coup, il devient Pégase.


7. Autumn Stained Glass Window

- Using cellophane or tissue paper on black construction paper - maximum 31 cm x 46 cm

8. Decorated Book Ends

- Made from recycled plastic containers (eg. laundry detergent containers)

9. Sponge Painting

- Maximum 31 cm x 46 cm

10. Computerized Brochure

- Featuring Space Exploration - unfolded maximum 31 cm x 46 cm

11. Photograph of Unusual Object

- Mounted - not to exceed 15 cm x 20 cm - no frame

12. Create an Acrostic Poem - Computer Generated

- Theme "Farm, Fresh, Fun" - using text and graphics

13. Recipe Featuring Canadian Maple Syrup

- Displayed and decorated appropriately - must be handwritten - maximum 23 cm x 31 cm (no food)

14. Mini Scarecrow

- Freestanding base - maximum 30 cm x 50 cm

15. Bird House

- Made from wood - maximum 30 cm x 30 cm x 30 cm - no kits

16. Handmade Autumn Banner

- Maximum 45 cm x 60 cm

17. Paper Mache Mask

- Ready to be mounted on the wall

18. Full Bodied Clown in a Colourful Costume

- Drawn freehand with pencil crayon - maximum 23 cm x 31 cm

19. A Warm Fuzzie

- Pom pom character

20. Handmade Jewellery

- One item (other than bracelet)

21. 3-D Diorama

- Depicting life of our First Nations people - maximum 30 cm x 30 cm x 30 cm

22. Character Education Poster - "Showing Kindness in My Country"

- Maximum 31 cm x 46 cm

Sponsorship: $20.00, Helen Yazdani

23. Group of 4 Drawings - Canadian Mammals

- Using pencil crayons - each picture: maximum 13 cm x 18 cm - mounting not to exceed 30 cm x 40 cm

In addition to prize money, Crayola Canada, Lindsay will donate product items for 1st, 2nd and 3rd places.

24. Poster - Promoting our Theme: "Farm, Fresh, Fun"

- Maximum 31 cm x 46 cm - black and white

25. Open Class 2-D

- Maximum 50 cm x 50 cm

26. Open Class 3-D

- Maximum 50 cm x 50 cm x 50 cm - NO LEGO

Grade Seven

Prizes:1st: $82nd: $63rd: $54th: $35th: $2

Classes:

1. 3 Chocolate Chip Cookies

- No purchased mixes - on disposable plate no larger than 17 cm

Winner of this will compete at the District Level in October.

2. 3 Tea Biscuits

- No purchased mixes - on disposable plate no larger than 17 cm

3. Cursive Writing in Pen (English)

- Content provided below

4. Cursive Writing in Pen (French)

- Content provided below

PRINTING AND WRITING

Instructions, Rules and Text to be used.

Keep your work neat and tidy. Judging will be according to the text provided. Allow for a border of 2 cm.

For writing: The letters are to be of uniform height, spaced appropriately and exhibit the proper shape and slant.

Grades 5-8: To be on lined paper no larger than a foolscap sheet, not mounted, using a pen. If done in class each teacher is to limit the number of entries to 5. (See School Rules and Regulations section.)

GRADE 7 - Using Pen and Cursive Writing

3O Canada4Ô Canada!
O Canada! Where pines and maples grow.
Great prairies spread and lordly rivers flow.
How dear to us thy broad domain,
From East to Western sea.
Thou land of hope for all who toil!
Thou True North, strong and free!
God keep our land glorious and free.
O Canada, we stand on guard for thee.
O Canada, we stand on guard for thee.
Ô Canada! Terre de nos aïeux,
Ton front est ceint de fleurons glorieux!
Car ton bras sait porter l'épée
Il sait porter la croix!
Ton histoire est une épopée
Des plus brilliants exploits.
Et ta valeur, de foi trempée,
Protégera nos foyers et nos droits.
Protégera nos foyers et nos droits.


5. Photograph Celebrating Agriculture

- Mounted - not to exceed 15 cm x 20 cm - no frame

6. Video Game Cover

7. Anti-Cyber Bullying Poster

- Any medium - maximum 31 cm x 46 cm

8. Transportation of the Future - any medium

- Drawing - maximum 31 cm x 46 cm

9. A Computerized Magazine Cover

- Maximum 23 cm x 31 cm

10. Caricature of a Canadian Politician or Athlete

-Identified - mounted - maximum 31 cm x 46 cm

In addition to prize money, Crayola Canada, Lindsay will donate product items for 1st, 2nd and 3rd places.

11. Project - Made from wood - to be hung on the wall

12. Stuffed Hobby Horse Made from Sock(s)

- Stick length showing maximum of 60 cm

13. Family First Aid Kit

- Maximum 25 cm x 30 cm x 15 cm deep

14. Autumn Door Decoration

- Not to exceed 60 cm in any direction

15. Soap Carving - Done in style of Inuit Soapstone

- 3 dimensional from a bar of soap - maximum 5 cm x 10 cm x 10 cm

16. Craft

- Made from a kit - no Lego - displayed on a sturdy base

17. Diorama of an Eco-System

- Made from a shoe box

18. Character Education Poster - "Showing Kindness Internationally"

- Maximum 31 cm x 46 cm

Sponsorship: $24.00, Helen Yazdani

19. Open Class 2-D

- Maximum 50 cm x 50 cm

20. Open Class 3-D

- Maximum 50 cm x 50 cm x 50 cm - NO LEGO

Grade Eight

Prizes:1st: $82nd: $63rd: $54th: $35th: $2

Classes:

1. Decorated Cake or Cake Form

- Celebrating Agriculture - base no larger than 25 cm

2. 3 Squares of Plain Chocolate Fudge

- No purchased mixes - on disposable plate no larger than 17 cm

3. Cursive Writing in Pen (English)

- Content provided below

4. Cursive Writing in Pen (French)

- Content provided below

PRINTING AND WRITING

Instructions, Rules and Text to be used.

Keep your work neat and tidy. Judging will be according to the text provided. Allow for a border of 2 cm.

For writing: The letters are to be of uniform height, spaced appropriately and exhibit the proper shape and slant.

Grades 5-8: To be on lined paper no larger than a foolscap sheet, not mounted, using a pen. If done in class each teacher is to limit the number of entries to 5. (See School Rules and Regulations section.)

GRADE 8 - Using Pen and Cursive Writing

3The Maple Leaf Forever4Toujours, La feuille d'Erable
O, land of blue unending skies,
Mountains strong and sparkling snow,
A scent of freedom in the wind,
O'er the emerald fields below.
To thee we brought our hopes, our dreams,
For thee we stand together,
Our land of peace, where proudly flies,
The Maple Leaf forever.

Long may it wave, and grace our own,
Blue skies and stormy weather,
Within my heart, above my home,
The Maple Leaf forever!
Sur mers sauvages ou glaciers durs.
Tant d'héros se sont suivis,
En conquérant la peur, le froid.
Et les tempêtes de leurs vies.
Et tant de braves, rouges ou blancs,
Reposent ici ensemble,
De noble sang, de tant de neige,
Est née la feuille d'érable.

Sur nos montagnes, dans nos prairies,
À travers temps et sable,
Aimons toujours la fleur de lys,
Toujours, la feuille d'érable.


5. Photograph of Hand(s)

- Mounted - not to exceed 15 cm x 20 cm - no frame

6. Create an Original Design for a CD Cover

- Maximum 15 cm x 15 cm

7. Poster - Promoting our Theme "Farm, Fresh, Fun"

- Maximum 31 cm x 46 cm

8. A Computerized Home Page Website Design

9. Build a Model of an Alternate Energy Source

- Maximum 40 cm x 40 cm x 40 cm

10. Sketch of Canadian Wildlife

- Maximum 31 cm x 46 cm including mounting

11. Design a Cover - Junior Arts and Crafts Prize List 2019 Book

- Black on White - BOLD pen or marker (black) 22 cm x 28cm

Create the graphic only and leave room for the title to be added later. Be mindful of the new branding. Note: All entries become the property of the Lindsay Exhibition.

In addition to prize money, CRAYOLA CANADA, Lindsay will donate product items for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place.

12. Woodworking Project

- Maximum base 30 cm x 30 cm

13. Decorated T-Shirt

- Celebrating Farm Machinery

14. Baby Sitter's Entertainment Kit

- Pre-schoolers - maximum 35 cm x 35 cm x 35 cm

15. Embroidery Project

16. Article For a Desk

- Made from recycled material

17. Handmade Candle

18. Mobile (10-12 figures) on a Science Theme

-Length 40-50 cm - diameter 20-30 cm - figures 7-10 cm

19. Poster Promoting the Lindsay Exhibition

  1. Name and date of Fair must be clearly shown on poster.
  2. Must be hand drawn - in any medium.
  3. Size without border: minimum 22 cm x 28 cm, maximum 28 cm x 44 cm
  4. Must be centered on CARDSTOCK or BRISTOL BOARD exposing a 5.5 cm border on all four sides.
  5. Winning poster will compete at the District Level in October and District winner will compete at Provincial level at OASS Convention in February 2019. Name of Fair, owner of poster & school to be clearly labeled on the back of entry.

20. Open Class 2-D

- Maximum 50 cm x 50 cm

21. Open Class 3-D

- Maximum 50 cm x 50 cm x 50 cm - NO LEGO

Secondary School

Prizes:1st: $82nd: $63rd: $54th: $35th: $2

Classes:

1. Homemade Tart, Pie or Other Pastry

- Topping optional - no purchased mixes - display on disposable plate no larger than 17cm

2. Cookies 3 Baked

- No purchased mixes - on disposable plate no larger than 17cm

3. Apple Crisp

- On disposable plate no larger than 17cm

4. Tea Biscuits, 3

- No purchased mixes - on disposable plate no larger than 17cm

5. Muffins, 3

- No purchased mixes - on disposable plate no larger than 17cm

6. Squares, 3 - any variety

- No purchased mixes - on disposable plate no larger than 17cm

7. Photography, 3 photos of working animals

- Mounting not to exceed 22 cm x 45 cm with no frame

8. Black and White Photograph

- Any subject - mounting not to exceed 22 cm x 28 cm - no frame

9. Pencil Drawing

- Any subject - maximum 45 cm x 60 cm

10. Painting

- Any subject - maximum 45 cm x 60 cm

11. Logo Design

- Any medium - mounted - maximum 22 cm x 28 cm

12. Computer Generated Poster - Promoting "Farm, Fresh, Fun"

- Maximum 22 cm x 35 cm

13. Handmade Garden Sign

- Maximum 45 cm x 45 cm not including stake

14. Sewn Garment

15. Woodworking Project

- Under 100 cm in any direction

16. Craft Item - Handmade

17. Poster - "International Peace"

- Maximum 31 cm x 46 cm

Sponsorship: $24.00, Helen Yazdani

18. Poetry "International Peace" - Maximum 32 Lines

Sponsorship: $24.00, Helen Yazdani

19. Sculpture

- 3 dimensional form - any medium - maximum 60 cm x 60 cm x 60 cm

20. Pen & Ink Drawing

- Any subject - maximum 45 cm x 60 cm

21. Open Class 2-D

- Maximum 50 cm X 50 cm

22. Open Class 3-D

- Maximum 50 cm X 50 cm x 50cm - NO LEGO

23. Poster - Promoting the Lindsay Exhibition

  1. Name and date of Fair must be clearly shown on poster.
  2. Must be hand drawn - in any medium.
  3. Size without border: minimum 22 cm x 28 cm, maximum 28 cm x 44 cm
  4. Must be centered on CARDSTOCK or BRISTOL BOARD exposing a 5.5 cm border on all four sides.
  5. Winning poster will compete at the District Level in October and District winner will compete at Provincial level at OASS Convention in February 2019. Name of Fair, owner of poster & school to be clearly labeled on the back of entry.

JUNIOR FLOWER COMMITTEE:

CHAIRPERSON: Evelyn Chambers: Amy-Jo Archer, Bev Fisher, Mary Hughes, Kim Teatro

PRIZES:

1st:$5.002nd:$4.003rd:$3.004th:$2.005th:$2.00


Junior Flowers

Junior Flower Committee: Chairperson: Evelyn Chambers, Amy-Jo Archer, Bev Fisher, Mary Hughes, Kim Teatro

  • Entry tags must clearly be clearly printed including full name and school name.
  • Care must be taken to follow directions in each class as to "variety", "size", "number of blooms", or other specifications; otherwise the exhibit will be disqualified.
  • Arrangements and collections should have some foliage attached.
  • Flowers must be exhibited in containers, with the neck of the container suitable for the arrangement.
  • Stems should be a reasonable length.
  • All materials must be alive or dried as specified with no artificial materials.
  • All specimens must be grown by the exhibitor unless otherwise stated.
  • Each exhibit must be securely tagged.

Prizes - Open to all grades

Prizes:1st: $52nd: $43rd: $34th: $25th: $2

Classes:

1. Marigolds

- Small Double - 3 blooms - bloom dimension over 2 cm, up to 5 cm

2. Marigolds

- Medium Double - 3 blooms - bloom dimensions over 5 cm, up to 10 cm

3. Pompon Zinnias

- 3 blooms, any colour(s)

4. Large Zinnias

- 3 blooms, any colour(s)

5. Asters

- 3 blooms, any colour(s)

6. Cosmos

- 5 stems, any colour(s)

7. Gladioli

- 3 spikes, any colour(s) - bottom floret should be within 6" of top of container

8. Dahlias

- 3 blooms, any colour(s)

9. Snapdragons

- 3 spikes, any colour(s)

10. Collection of Annuals

- At least 3 species - not to include flowers grown from bulbs, corms or tubers.

Quality and arrangement considered 50-50 - any foliage may be included.

11. Mixed Arrangements of Perennials (Including roses)

Quality and arrangement considered 50-50 - any foliage may be included.

12. Themed Flower Arrangement - "Farm, Fresh, Fun"

- Not more than 30 cm high

13. Geranium

- Container grown - one plant with bloom, grown by exhibitor - not more than 45 cm high

14. Arrangement of Flowers in Hollowed Ornamental Miniature Pumpkin

- Under 10cm high, suitable for hall table

15. Any Potted Plant Grown For Foliage

- Grown by exhibitor, must be named, maximum of 15 cm pot

16. Petunias

- Any colour(s), in a container not more than 12.5 cm across and 15 cm deep

17. Cactus

- 1 specimen

18. Pansies

- 3 blooms

19. 3 Stems of Any One Annual Not Listed

- named

20. Fall Arrangement

- in gourd/squash container with liner - container not to exceed 15 cm in diameter

21. Sunflower Head

- Under 25 cm - decorated with only vegetable materials

22. Sunflower Head

- 25 cm or greater - decorated with only vegetable materials

23. Collection of Red & White Flowers

24. Dusty Trail with Wildflowers

- Arranged in a boot

25. Old Yeller

- An arrangement of yellow flowers - 3 different varieties

Special

The LEX will award a special prize of $5 for the greatest number of points earned by an exhibitor in sections 9701-9725.

Lindsay Exhibition Junior Horticulture Championship

The LEX will award a Perpetual Plaque to the school with the most points in Horticulture. Plaque to be retained by the winning school until September 1st of the following year.

JUNIOR VEGETABLE COMMITTEE:

CHAIRPERSON: Lisa Bowen: Suzanne Barker, Bradley Bowen, Larry Bowen, Landyn Bowen, Tracey McFarlane, Deborah McKay, Jim McKechnie, Audrey Quibell

1. Care must be taken to follow directions in each class as to Variety, Size, Number of Specimens or other specifications: otherwise the exhibit will be disqualified.

2. ROOT VEGETABLES - dirt should be removed but vegetables should NOT be scrubbed.

3. All specimens must be grown by the exhibitor.

4. Each exhibit must be securely tagged. To be exhibited on sturdy paper plates.

5. When making entries use 4 digits – the first two are the DIVISION number, the second two are the CLASS number. For example: Junior Vegetables – Cabbage - Green is 9805. See example on inside front cover.

PRIZES:

1st: $5.002nd: $4.003rd:$3.004th: $2.005th:$2.00

Junior Vegetables

Prizes:1st: $52nd: $43rd: $34th: $25th: $2

NOTE: Adult vegetables will be shown in a different location this year but the Junior entries are still to be delivered to The Commonwell Exhibition building.

  1. Care must be taken to follow directions in each class as to Variety, Size, Number of Specimens or other specifications: otherwise the exhibit will be disqualified.
  2. ROOT VEGETABLES - dirt should be removed but vegetables should NOT be scrubbed.
  3. All specimens must be grown by the exhibitor.
  4. Each exhibit must be securely tagged. To be exhibited on sturdy paper plates.

Classes:

1. Beets - Round - 5

- Any table variety, tops removed to approximately 2.5 cm

2. Beets - Pickling - 5

- Tops removed to approximately 2.5 cm

3. Beets - Long - 5

- Any table variety, tops removed to approximately 2.5 cm

4. Beans - Green or Yellow - 5

5. Cabbage - Green 1 head

- Any variety, wrapper leaves on

6. Cabbage - Red - 1 head

- Wrapper leaves on

7. Carrots - Chantenay - 5

- Tops removed to 2.5 cm, tapered, sharp end

8. Carrots - Nantes - 5

- tops removed to 2.5 cm, straight side, blunt end

9. Parsnips - 5

- Tops Removed to 2.5 cm

10. Cucumbers - Table Variety- 2

11. Cucumbers - Pickling Variety - 5

12. Onions - Spanish - 3 - Loose Skin Removed

- not peeled, tops removed to approximately 2.5 cm

13. Onions - Cooking - 3 - Loose Skin Removed

- not peeled, tops removed to approximately 2.5 cm

14. Onions - Pickling - 1 Bunch of not less than 5

- Loose skin removed, not peeled, tops removed to approximately 2.5 cm

15. Potatoes - White - 5 - Any Variety, Named

16. Potatoes - Red - 5 - Any Variety, Named

17. Potatoes - 5 - Any Other Variety, Named

18. Pumpkin - Pie - 1

- Under 30 cm in diameter

19. Pumpkin - Jack-O-Lantern Type - 1

- not carved - oblong not round

20. Pumpkin - Field Type - Round - 1

21. Squash - Pepper - 1

22. Squash - Butternut - 1

23. Squash - Buttercup - 1

24. Squash - Hubbard - 1 Any variety

25. Squash - Sweet Potato or Delicata - 1

26. Squash - Spaghetti - 1

27. Squash - 1 - Any Other Variety Not Listed Above, Named

28. Sweet Corn - Any Variety - 5 Cobs

- Half husked, named

29. Tomatoes - Red or Orange - 5

- Table variety - Stems on

30. Tomatoes - Green or Yellow - 5

- Table variety - Stems on

31. Tomatoes - Cherry Variety - 10 - Stems On

32. Zucchini - Green - 2

- Maximum 30 cm long

33. Zucchini - Yellow - 2

- Maximum 30 cm long

Articles for competition in these classes must be entered under the sponsorship of the school that the student attends and must be entered through a teacher of the school. Those students not registered in a public or separate school system may register through the Exhibition Office.

When making entries use 4 digits – the first two are the DIVISION number, the second two are the CLASS number. For example: Crazy Veggies – Ugliest Potato is 9910.

PRIZES:

1st:$5.002nd:$4.003rd:$3.004th:$2.005th:$2.00

Crazy Veggies

Articles for competition in these classes must be entered under the sponsorship of the school that the student attends, and must be entered through a teacher of the school. Those students not registered in a public or separate school system may register through the Exhibition Office.

Prizes:1st: $52nd: $43rd: $34th: $25th: $2

01 - 09 - entries must be natural, using no costume or modification

Classes:

1. Puniest Pumpkin

- Pumpkins only, must be orange, no squash or gourds

2. Weirdest Tomato

3. Siamese Twin Vegetable - Grown Above the Ground

4. Alphabet Bean - Natural Shape

5. Homeliest Potato

6. Cutest Cuke

7. Craziest Carrot

8. Corniest Corn Character

9. Block Head

- Squarest vegetable, any vegetable

10-14 - Costumes or other added features are allowed.

10. Ugliest Potato

11. Siamese Twin Vegetable - Grown Below the Ground

12. Scariest Carrot

13. Adorable Cuke

14. Clowniest Corn

15. Poster Special - How Bees Benefit Mankind

Sponsorship: $50.00, Brian & Jennifer Burke

Burke's Honey Ltd. Omemee have very generously donated prize money for this class.

The posters will be judged in 4 categories:

  • Kindergarten - Grade 3 - 1st: $3, 2nd: $2, 3rd: $1
  • Grade 4-6 - 1st: $5, 2nd: $3, 3rd: $2
  • Grade 7-9 - 1st: $7, 2nd: $5, 3rd: $3
  • Grade 10-12 - 1st: $9, 2nd: $6, 3rd: $4

NOTE: Poster must illustrate a benefit (or benefits) to mankind and will be judged on originality of ideas as well as quality of the art. Posters that do not describe or show a benefit will not be eligible for prize money.

Benefits of Bees: Bees are necessary to cross pollinate many plants. Without cross pollination, we would be unable to produce large crops of fruit (apples, pears, peaches, cherries, strawberries, raspberries, cranberries, blueberries etc.) Bees also cross pollinate many farm crops and greatly increase their yield (clover, canola, soybeans, etc). Many home garden vegetables also depend on bees for pollination (beans, cucumbers, pumpkins, squash, currants, melons, etc). Although honey bees are mainly kept for the honey and wax they produce, their chief benefit to us is pollination. Many wild bees also pollinate our crops (bumblebees, leaf cutter bees, etc). Honey bees are used to gather pollen for food and propolis (a resinous substance from plants) which is used by bees to seal up cracks, etc, in their home. Propolis is used by humans for medicinal purposes. Bee sting venom is also used for medicinal purposes.

Entries for this class are to be taken to the Commonewell Exhibition Building on Tuesday September 18 by 7:45pm. Judging begins at 8pm.

Children’s Rabbit Show

Saturday September 22 ~ 10:00am ~ Poultry Barn

Entries must be pre-registered (we need to have enough cages). Entries must be done:

  • On an entry form OR
  • By phone to the Fair Office (705) 324-5551
    • Indicate the number of rabbits which are coming
    • Which classes are being entered

Rabbits will be judged on Saturday and will be kept on display in the Poultry Barn until Sunday.

Important Information:

  • Limit 1 class per rabbit
  • NO ENTRY FEE
  • Rabbits need to be brought to the Poultry Barn before 10am on Saturday September 22
  • Rabbits can be picked up between 4pm and 6pm on Sunday September 23

Prizes:

  • Ribbons and prize money will be awarded to each participant

Classes:

  1. Best Dressed Rabbit
  2. Biggest Rabbit
  3. Rabbit with the Largest Ears
  4. Most Colourful Rabbit


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