Variety of Kids Activities all Weekend long at the Petrolia Enniskillen Fall Fair. For full details Download This Guide

YOUTH

(CLASS 1-15)

September ages to be used

Every Child Handing in an Exhibitor’s Form with exhibits will be eligible for a Draw Prize. Door prize ticket must be filled out at the registration table on Thursday evening before the
fair at Registration (This is the responsibility of the exhibitor and his/her parents.)

There will be 5 young ambassadors: Preschool Ambassador, Primary Ambassador, Junior Ambassador, Intermediate Ambassador, and Senior Ambassador. To become the ambassador for your age group, your points will be totaled from classes 1,3 and 4. You must have entries in at least 2 other classes in the fair. Other Classes include: Jr. Culinary, Student Art, Student Photography, Elementary Fruits & Vegetables, Elementary Flowers, Penmanship, and Colouring Contest. Entrants do not need to enter each section in a class.

CLASS 1 – JUNIOR BAKING
Birth years to be used for ages. Entrants do not need to enter each section in a class. Entries are to be the work of the child. Boxed mixes are not to be used.
Prizes: 1st. $5, 2nd $4, 3rd $3
1- A —Born in 2011 or after

  1.  4 unbaked squares made with cereal
  2.  4 cookies (chocolate chip)
  3.  4 banana muffins
  4.  4 tea biscuits

1 B – Born in 2006 – 2010

  1.  4 squares – recipe attached
  2. 4 brownies – recipe attached
  3. 4 cookies – recipe attached
  4.  3 slices banana bread – recipe attached
  5.  1 loaf yeast bread – recipe attached
  6.  1 loaf quick rise bread – recipe attached
  7.  3 bagels – recipe attached
  8.  3 butter tarts **pastry must be made by baker
  9.  A decorated cupcake (decoration to be judged)

Petrolia Street Bakery Junior Baker
The child who achieves the most points in class 1B will be awarded the opportunity to spend a day in the Petrolia Street Bakery, and to showcase or display their talents in this local bakery.

 

CLASS 2A – PROVINCIAL, DISTRICT & FAIR SPECIAL CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIE COMPETITION
Born in 2005 or later
Prizes: 1st. $5, 2nd $4, 3rd $3
Section 1
(5) Plain chocolate chip cookies, with no nuts, must be no larger than 3” (6.75 cm) and no smaller than 2” (5 cm).
Hint: must be able to taste the dough, fewer chips is better.

RULES:
1. Contest is open to youth up to age 15 years (as of December 31 2020).
2. WINNER to go on to district competition in November 2017.

District Competition
4. The winner from each Fair/Exhibition will be eligible to enter at the District Competition.
5. District entry must consist of 8 cookies displayed on a firm, disposable plate.
6. Plain chocolate chip cookies, with no nuts, must be no larger than 3” (6.75 cm) and no smaller than 2” (5 cm).
7. Prize money to be paid by the District.

Provincial Competition
8. The entrant must be the winner from the District Competition.
9. In the case where the district winner is unable to send an entry to the convention, then the 2nd place District winner will be eligible to enter.
10. The entry for the District must consist of 8 cookies displayed on a plate provided by the OAAS Chocolate Chip Cookie Committee.
11. Plain Chocolate Chip Cookies, with no nuts are to be no larger than 3” (6.75 cm) and no smaller than 2” (5 cm).
12. The entry must be tagged with the exhibitor’s name, address and District represented using the entry tag provided.
13. Cookies will be judged according to the OAAS Homecraft Judging Standards.
14. Entries will be received at the convention, according to the convention schedule. Judging will commence at 9:00 am to 9:30 am.

Provincial Prize Money: 1st – $20 2nd – $15 3rd – $10 with 12 prizes of $5

** Rules for 2020 Fairs & 2021 Convention

CLASS 2B – ROBIN HOOD FLOUR BEGINNERS BEST LUNCHBOX SNACK
Born in 2007 or later
Best Homemade squares or bars (6), junior division, 12 years and younger. Proof of purchase of one of the above products required and recipe attached. Picture taken and the Winner’s Sheet must
be signed at time of pick-up on Saturday at the fair. Judging will be based on appearance, taste, and texture and recipe creativity. Please go to the office before leaving the grounds on Saturday of
the fair.
Prize: 1st – $25 Product Certificate | 2nd – $10 Product Certificate  | 3rd – $5 donated by Heidi’s Independent Grocers

ROBIN HOOD FLOUR BEST LUNCHBOX SNACK NATIONAL CONTEST
Eligibility: First place winner Best Lunchbox Snack contest with submission of information by local fair convener.
Prizes: 1st – $200

CLASS 3 – JUNIOR CULINARY ARTS
Born in 2006 or after
All sealers MUST be sealed with snap lids for judging.
Entry tags tied securely with string to all entries. Any size sealers accepted.
Prizes: 1st. $5, 2nd $4, 3rd $3

Class 3A – Canning
1. Dill Pickles
2. Apple Sauce
3. Canned Peaches
4. Strawberry Freezer Jam
5. Canned Tomatoes
6. Mild Salsa

Class 3B – After School Snacks
1. Favourite homemade cheese snack – displayed with crackers on a 4” plate
2. Favourite homemade pizza – 2 slices (any type of crust will be accepted)

CLASS 4 – JUNIOR CRAFTS
Birth year to be used
Points: 1st – 3, 2nd – 2, 3rd – 1Prizes: 1st. $5, 2nd $4, 3rd $3

4A –Born in 2016 or after
1. Draw a picture of your favourite thing on the farm.
2. A necklace made from dry pasta or beads
3. Decorate a rice krispie square
4. Show us how you would decorate a gift – wrap a boxed or canned good. (items to be donated to the Petrolia Food Bank)
5. Make a farm animal from playdough or modeling clay.
6. Any other craft not listed – prizes awarded for new ideas

4B – Born in 2014 or 2015
1. Make your favourite thing on the farm out of clay.
2. Draw a picture of a farm scene.
3. A package of homemade slime – packaging to be judged.
4. Something interesting made from items found in your recycling bin – be sure to let us know what it is!
5. Turn a box or canned good into an animal (item to be donated to the food bank)
6. Make a Lego ™ barn (no larger than 20 cm x 20 cm)
7. Any other craft not listed – prizes awarded for new ideas

4C – Born in 2012 or 2013
1. Make a cow from modelling clay
2. Draw a picture or make a poster showing a creative idea for a farm.
3. Create art using stones or rocks.
4. Create a farm scene out of recycled materials (no larger than 35 cm x 26 cm)
5. Make a board game for you and your family to play.
6. Make a tractor out of things from your recycling bin
7. A craft made from wood.

4D – Born in 2011- 2009
1. Design a brochure to encourage people to visit a farm.
2. Repurpose something you were going to throw away into something useful.
3. Make a farm scene using building blocks (e.g. Lego, Kinnex, etc.)- no larger than 20cmx20cm; No Kits
4. A creation from wood.
5. Make a menu for a meal that fits the new Canada Food Guide.
6. Create a poster to encourage recycling and show people how to do it.
7. Make a board game to play with your family.
8. A creation from felt.
9. Stone or rock art
10.A sewn item.
11. Art made with strings
12.A knit or crocheted item – using a loom or needles
13. A craft made from wood.

4E – Born in 2008 – 2006
1. A piece of origami
2. A picture made with stones.
3. A Knit or crocheted item
4. Design a meal plan for the day using Canada’s new food guide.
5. Create a poster or brochure for a local roadside farm.
6. Make a keychain for your backpack.
7. Design a scrapbook page showing your best summer day.
8. A sewn item.
9. Make a busy basket (activities to keep a child busy!) – state the age the basket is designed for.
10. A craft made from wood.

CLASS 4F – PILLOWCASES FOR PEDIATRICS
Born in 2006 or after
ALL PILLOWCASES DONATED TO BLUEWATER HEALTH PEDIATRIC DEPARTMENT
Seam edges must be finished either with zigzag or serging.
Exhibitors may donate more than 1 pillowcase, however can only enter 1 for judging. Pillowcases are to fit a standard sized bed pillow and must be finished to a size of 30”x20”. Instructions can be
found on the website: allpeoplequilt.com
Prizes: 1st – $15 2nd – $10 3rd – $5
Sections:
1. Youth entry pillowcase

CLASS 4G – YOUTH ENTRIES HATS FOR NEWBORNS
Born in 2006 or after
ALL HATS BECOME THE PROPERTY OF THE P&E AG. SOCIETY AND WILL BE DONATED TO BLUEWATER MATERNAL AND INFANT PROGRAM
Exhibitors may donate more than 1 hat however can only enter 1 in each section for judging.
Prizes: 1st. $5, 2nd $4, 3rd $3
Sections:
1. Knit
2. Crochet
3. Sewn

CLASS 5 – JUNIOR ART

All entries to be no larger than 40cm x 50cm and attractively matted or framed.
Signatures must be covered with something more than an entry tag.
Prizes: 1st. $5, 2nd $4, 3rd $3

5A – Entrants must be born in (2015 or after)
All entries to be no larger than 40cm x 50cm and attractively matted or framed
Any medium (oil, acrylic, water colour, pencil, pen, ink, charcoal, etc.)
1. Animal or bird
2. Pet
3. Farm Scene
4. My family
5. Favourite food

5B – Entrants must be born between (2011 and 2014)
All entries to be no larger than 40cm x 50cm and attractively matted or framed
Any medium (oil, acrylic, water colour, pencil, pen, ink, charcoal, etc.)
1. Portrait-Human
2. Still Life (inanimate)
3. Pet
4. Agriculture-Not Just Plows And Cows (fair theme)
5. Copy Picture-original attached
6. Any Seasonal Scene
7. Animal or bird
8. Favourite Food
9. Flowers
10. Half and half picture (half picture and have drawn)
11. Your choice

5C – Entrants must be born between (2006 and 2010)
All entries to be no larger than 40cm x 50cm and attractively matted or framed
Any Medium (oil, acrylic, water colour, pencil, pen, ink, charcoal, etc.)
1. Portrait-Human
2. Animal or bird
3. Cartoon Character-named
4. Copy Picture(original attached)
5. Flowers
6. Any seasonal scene
7. Agriculture- Not Just Cows and Plows
8. Your choice
9. Half and half picture (half picture and half drawn)

CLASS 6 – 4-H CLUB EDUCATIONAL DISPLAY
(Non-Competitive)
1. Open to all 4-H Clubs.
2. The theme of the display is the exhibitor’s choice, but it must be 4-H related.
3. Display will be allotted a space of approximately 6 feet wide, 30 inches deep and 3 feet high.
4 Displays must include the Club’s name, a title of the display, and the 4-H emblems.
5. All display work must be done by 4H members.
6. The displays will be judged on the following criteria: attractiveness, effective title, suitability,
holds interest, conveys a message, general appearance and workmanship.
7. No entry fee is required.
8. Equal recognition of $10 shall be given to each display entered donated by Enniskillen Township.

CLASS 7 —PENMANSHIP
Chairpersons: Carrie Bulgin
Prizes: 1st. $5, 2nd $4, 3rd $3
1. Born in 2016 or after
A sample of your printing. Print your first name only on a piece of blank paper.
2. Born in 2015
A sample of your printing. Print the following, and your first name on a piece of blank paper.
Farming for Tomorrow
3. Born in 2014
Print the following on a blank piece of paper:
Farming: Not Just Plows and Cows!
4. Born in 2013
Print the following on a piece of lined paper:
Old MacDonald had a farm
Ee – i – ee – i – oo
And on his farm he had some chickens,
Ee – i – ee – i – oo
5. Born in 2011 or 2012
Print the following on a piece of lined paper:
The Farmer in the Dell
The farmer in the dell
The farmer in the dell
Hi-ho, the derry-o
The farmer in the dell
And the cheese stands alone
The cheese stands alone
Hi-ho, the derry-o
The cheese stands alone
6. Born in 2008 – 2010
Write (in cursive) the following on lined paper:
Farming: Not Just Plows and Cows!
7. Born in 2006-2007
Write (in cursive) using ink the following on lined paper:
Early to bed,
Early to rise,
Makes a man
Healthy, wealthy and wise
By Benjamin Franklin

CLASS 8 – COLOURING CONTEST
RULES AND REGULATIONS:
Pictures entered in this class must be the work of the exhibitor.
June grades to be used.
Pictures are not necessarily to be fair related.
Picture is to be no larger than 34cm x 49.5 cm. or 8.5 x 11”
Pictures are to be coloured using crayons or pencil crayons. No Markers. No Gel pens.
No hand drawings (pictures from colouring books or off the computer only)
1st – $5 – 2nd- $4, 3rd – $3

CATEGORIES:
1. Born in 2016 or after
2. Born in 2014 – 2015
3. Born in 2012 – 2013
4. Born in 2010 – 2011
5. Born in 2008 – 2009
6. Born in 2006 – 2007

CLASS 10 – O.A.A.S. YOUTH POSTER COMPETITION
“Original handmade design depicting fair theme”
Prizes: Prizes: 1st. $5, 2nd $4, 3rd $3
Sections:
1. Junior Youth up to and including Grade 4 – Born in 2010 or later
2. Intermediate Youth from Grade 5 up to and including Grade 8 – Born between 2006 and
2009
3. Senior Youth from Grade 9-12 – Born between 2002 and 2005
Theme: “Farming – Not Just Plows and Cows”
Entry Rules and Guidelines (items will be disqualified if they do not meet all criteria listed
below)
1. “Promoting Your Fair” – Name and date of fair must be clearly shown on poster.
2. Must be hand drawn.
3. Poster size: Minimum —8 1/2” x 11” (22cm X 28cm), without border
Maximum —11” x 17” (28cm x 44cm), without border
4. Each entry must be centered on a CARD STOCK or BRISTOL BOARD exposing a 5.5cm
border on all four sides.
Judging Standards
1. Overall Appearance —50 points
2. Hand Drawn – 35 Points
3. OAAS Criteria (size,material, theme) – 15 points
The winning poster from each class at each fair will be eligible to enter the district competition.
District winners are eligible to enter at the provincial competition.
Provincial Prizes: 1st – $25, 2nd – $15, 3rd – $10

CLASS 11 – JUNIOR AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHY COMPETITION
Chairperson: Zerlinda Richards, Joanne Osborne
Born 2006 or after
NOTE: Items to be picked up after gates removal 4:15 p.m. Saturday, September 8th
Prizes: 1st. $5, 2nd $4, 3rd $3
A few Rules to Remember
1. All entries must be an original photograph taken by the exhibitor within the last 2 years. This
class must be taken by the child under 14 years of age
2. Exhibitors must make own choice as to what section to enter.
3. Prints may be produced by any photographic process, but MUST NOT be hand painted.
4. Print must be suitably mounted on Bristol board, mount to extend 1/2” or .5 cm on all sides of
photo, ready for hanging. (No overlay matte)
5. One Print Only Unless Specified
6. If less than 3 entries are received in any one section, award of any prize is decision of the
judge.
7. Committee reserves the right to accept or reject any entry.
8. No frames or glass allowed in any section.
9. Prints in colour unless otherwise stated
10. All entry tags should be mounted in the lower right hand corner
Sections & Description
1. A Selfie (one or more person(s)) (size 4”x6”)
2. Family Time (size 4”x6”)
3. Vacation fun- 2 prints (size 4”x6”)
4. Your Favourite Photo (size 4”x6”)
5. Fireworks show (size 4”x6”)
6. Back to nature (size 4”x 6”)
7. Youth in action (size 4”x 6”)
8. Photo of your pet (size 4”x 6”)
9. What a mess! (size 4”x 6”)
10. Craft time (size 4”x 6”)

CLASS 12 – ELEMENTARY FLOWERS
PUPIL’S OWN ARRANGEMENT
Open to Public and Separate School Pupils. NO ENTRY FEE
Chairperson Wendy McLean (519-331-1169)
All items must be from exhibitors own garden
Must pick up at 4:15 p.m. Saturday of the Fair
Prizes: 1st. $5, 2nd $4, 3rd $3
Jr. Kindergarten up and including to Grade 4 (Born between 2010-2015)
1. Red barn —an arrangement of red flowers in a suitable container
2. Pretty in Pink —pink flowers arranged in a container
3. Pot of Gold —basket of yellow and gold marigolds
Grades 5 thru 8 (Born between 2006 and 2009)
4. Most colourful Fall arrangement in a vase
5. Yellow Fever – yellow flowers in an unusual container
6. Purple Perfection – purple flowers in a rustic container
7. It’s a Boy/Girl – pink or blue arrangement in a container
8. I Do – Wedding bouquet
9. Mini bouquet – tiny arrangement for a fairy
10. Petal Party – 3 blooms in a teacup

CLASS 13 – ELEMENTARY CORN, GRAIN, FRUIT AND VEGETABLES
Chairperson: John Racher (519-882-1328)
Born in 2006 or after
NO ENTRY FEE. ALL GRAINS MUST BE IN QUART/LITRE SEALERS.
Small vegetables displayed on foam plates. Must pick up at 4.15 p.m. Saturday of the Fair.
Rules: 1. All grains must be in 1 liter sealers
2. Small vegetables to be displayed on disposable plates, large vegetables to be tied.
3. Should be home grown by exhibitor.
Prizes: 1st. $5, 2nd $4, 3rd $3

CORN AND GRAIN
1. White Wheat
2. Red Wheat
3. Barley
4. Oats
5. Soybeans – 5 Stalks
6. Indian Corn – 3 Ears
7. Sweet Corn – 5 Ears
8. Early Corn – 5 Ears
9. Medium Corn – 5 Ears
10.Late Corn – 5 Ears
11.Best 10 Ears of Corn
ROOTS AND VEGETABLES
12.5 Potatoes
13.6 Table Carrots
14.3 Slicing Cucumbers
15.6 Cucumbers for pickling – gherkin size
16.6 Cucumbers for pickling – dill size
17.6 Yellow Cooking Onions (skins on)
18.3 Spanish Onions (skins on)
19.2 Heads of Cabbage, outer leaves trimmed
20.6 Red Tomatoes -stem on
21.6 Miniature Tomatoes (stem on)
22. 3 Peppers -Sweet
23. 3 Peppers – Hot
24. 2 Pumpkins – Pie
25. 2 Pumpkins – Field
26. 6 Table Beets
27. 2 Hubbard Squash
28.2 Squash -any other variety, for table use
29.Largest Potato
30.Largest Pumpkin
31.Tallest Stalk of Corn – no root
32.Tallest Sunflower – no root
33.Largest Sunflower Head
34.Longest Ear of Corn
35.Largest Cabbage
36.Largest Squash
37.Longest Zucchini
38.Largest Tomato
39.Character Made Using a Sunflower Head
40.The Strangest shaped vegetable – one only
41.Character made from vegetables
42.Best Collection of 10 Vegetables
2 Each of the Following 5 Varieties: Cucumbers, Carrots, Beets, Peppers and Tomatoes
43.Vegetable Garden Special
Best and Largest Collection of Vegetables from Child’s Home Garden, Quality and
Arrangement to be judged.
44.Squash Special
2 Butternuts, 2 Buttercups and 2 Peppers attractively displayed