Junior/Youth Class

Convenor: Roxena Postill 905-729-4594

PLEASE READ RULES CAREFULLY AND ADHERE TO, OR BE DISQUALIFIED BY THE JUDGE. ONLY YELLOW ENTRY TAGS WILL BE ACCEPTED FOR THIS CLASS.

Rules

  1. Open to Exhibitors under 16 years of age. Juniors 7 years of age and under, Youth 8 years of age and older. Exhibitor form must be submitted. Please use a Yellow Entry Tag and please put age on entry tag.
  2. All needlework must include a swatch of fabric, yarn or floss used in the entry.
  3. New Exhibitor or anyone who did not show in “Junior Class” in 2017 or 2018, mark tag “New Exhibitor” on the front.
  4. All other rules of Homecraft Division apply.

 

Baking Section

JUNIOR/YOUTH BAKING IS NOW IN CULINARY CLASS 27

Arts & Crafts Section

JUNIOR 7 YEARS OLD AND UNDER
PRIZES FOR JUNIOR SECTION 1-6: 1ST: $4.00. 2ND: $3.00. 3RD: $2.00.

  1. Paper Mache Mask
  2. Design your own “Do Not Disturb” sign for your bedroom door
  3. Bird House, decorative, any material
  4. Animal made of Marshmallows
  5. Friendship Bracelets
  6. Decorative Flower Pot in the Bees and Honey theme

 

YOUTH 8 YEARS OLD AND OLDER
PRIZES FOR YOUTH SECTION 7-11: 1ST: $4.00. 2ND: $3.00.3RD: $2.00.

  1. Hobby Craft from a kit (your choice)
  2. Windchime, any material, handmade
  3. Design a calendar page for the month of September, 2019
  4. Origami Characters
  5. Decorated pair of Jean Shorts, any theme

 

Flowers Section

PRIZES: $3.00; $2.00; $1.00; $0.75; $0.50.
Note: Tie all tags on flowers exhibited. Incor
rect number of
blooms in all sections will be disqualified. Buds showing colour
are considered as a bloom.

 

  1. Asters – 5 blooms
  2. Cosmos – 1 spray
  3. Marigolds – 5 small blooms
  4. Petunias – 5 blooms, single
  5. Brown-eyed Susans, 5 blooms
  6. Snapdragons, 3 stems
  7. Rose – 1 bloom
  8. Best sunflower head – small – no larger than 8” diameter including the petals
  9. Floating rose in your choice of container
  10. Flower arrangement – in a mug using real flowers
  11. Zinnias – 5 Blooms
  12. Mums – 5 blooms
  13. Best sunflower head – large – larger than 8” diameter including petals
  14. Sweet Peas – A collection of sweet peas in any container

VEGETABLES Section

  1. Largest pumpkin
  2. Best 5 beets, table
  3. Best 5 carrots
  4. Corn – ornamental, Indian, 2 cobs
  5. Best 5 potatoes, round, red
  6. Best 5 potatoes, round, white
  7. Best 5 Beefsteak tomatoes
  8. Best 5 medium size tomatoes
  9. Best 5 small size tomatoes, (such as Tiny Tim)
  10. 2 different gourds
  11. Squash, one, any variety
  12. Best 5 cooking onions, do not peel
  13. Zucchini, under 10”
  14. Zucchini, over 10”
  15. 2 cucumbers, any variety
  16. Herbs – 3 varieties in acontainer, named

 

Special Section

  1. “One (1) each of three (3) different vegetables on a plate”. Prizes: 1st – $3.00; 2nd – $2.50; 3rd – $2.00; 4th – $1.50; 5th – $1.00, donated by BEETON HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY.
  2. Exhibitor with the most points in Class 32. Prize: $10.00, donated by THE BEETON AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY.
  3. New Exhibitor (anyone who did not show in this class in 2017 or 2018) with most points. Prize: $10.00, donated by THE BEETON AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY.