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									      2004 Advance List


           Binbrook Fair
   September 17, 18, 19, 2004


  ALL EXHIBITORS PLEASE NOTE
All entry forms submitted by the 23rd of August 2004
 will be eligible for the “SECRETARY’S DRAW”.
         Watch for details in the Fair Book!

  NEW EXHIBITORS PLEASE NOTE
 You will require a Binbrook Fair Prize List and an
                     entry form.
  Please contact the Fair Office (905) 692-4003.
       Prize lists will be available in June.
       PLANTS & FLOWERS                                         27.
                                                                28.
                                                                     Salvia, 5 stems
                                                                     Snapdragons, 3 spikes
                                                                                                                                   43. Agriculture Awareness - a one sided arrangement using
                                                                                                                                       something you would find in a barn as your container
                           CLASS 8                              29.  Zinnias, larger than a 3” diameter, 5 blooms                  44. BINBROOK FAIR - 150 YEAR SPECIAL
                                                                30.  Zinnias, 3” and under, 5 blooms                                   HONOURING OUR RURAL ROOTS - A FRAMED
         Entry fee - 10% of prize money + G.S.T.
                                                                31.  Any other variety of annual, 3 stems/sprays & named on            PICTURE OF YOUR ANCESTOR(S) PLACED IN A
 ENTRIES MUST BE PLACED IN NO. 3 BUILDING ON                         entry form                                                        ONE SIDED FLORAL ARRANGEMENT. 1st Prize -
    THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16th, 2004 ONLY                         31a. SPECIAL: Exhibitor winning most points in sections 11             $25.00 GIFT CERTIFICATE FOR ZARCONE’S
                BETWEEN 5 and 9 p.m.                                 to 31 will receive a gift ($20.00 in value) to be dis-            RESTAURANT, ELFRIDA, 2nd Prize - $20.00
        Chairman - Joanne Robitaille - 692-5112                      played at fair time, donated by the Plants & Flowers              VALUE - TWO TICKETS FOR BINBROOK LITTLE
  Committee: Ross Martin, Ed Robitaille, Dawna Popper,               Committee.                                                        THEATRE’S FALL PLAY
   Vivian Kinnear, Francesca Mancino, Beth Sherwood             31b. BEST CUT FLOWERS SPECIMEN: Exhibitor will
       Prizes: 1st - $4.00, 2nd - $3.00, 3rd - $2.00                 receive a $20.00 gift certificate donated by Four Acre
                                                                     Farms, Dartnall Road, Hamilton
                                                                                                                                                ••••••
                             PLANTS
                (All plants to be growing in pots)
                                                                                                                                             ARTS & CRAFTS
                                                                               FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS                                                             Class 9
Sec.
                                                                          (using only fresh flowers from any source)                     Chairperson: Rhonda Fairhurst - 905-692-3987
 1.    African violet, double, single crown
                                                                Sec.                                                                 Committee: Cindy Anderson, Jaime Lea Anderson, Cindy
 2.    African violet, single flowers, single crown
                                                                32. Coffee Break - an arrangement in a coffee mug, one              Glaw, Holly Laidman, Kathy Laidman, Susan Murphy, Nora
 3.    African violet, miniature, single colour
                                                                     sided.                                                            Phalen, Sarah Phalen, Kay Switzer, Vanessa Fairhurst
 4.    Begonia, any variety
                                                                33. Good Morning World - all-around arrangement in a tea             Entry Fee - 10% deducted from winners + G.S.T. @ 7%
 5.    Collection of cacti and/or other succulents grown in a
                                                                     pot.
       container.                                                                                                                     All exhibits in competition must be strictly the work of the
                                                                34. Lonesome Beauty - an arrangement using a single
 6.    Collection of plants in a container suitable for patio                                                                                                    exhibitor.
                                                                     bloom and other plant materials.
 7.    Geranium in bloom                                                                                                            Judges are authorized by the Directors of the B.A.S. to discard
                                                                35. People Put Flowers in the Darndest Things - an
 8.    Hanging planter of flowering plant(s)                                                                                                            all soiled, defaced work.
                                                                     arrangement of your choice.
 9.    Impatiens, any variety                                                                                                                 Entries may be exhibited for two years only.
                                                                36. Recycle Please - an arrangement in a discarded container.
10.    Plant not mentioned elsewhere, potted & named on                                                                                      All paintings must be dry and ready to hang.
                                                                37. The Best Things in Life Are Free - an arrangement
       entry form                                                                                                                       ENTRIES MUST BE PLACED IN NO. 1 BUILDING
                                                                     using wayside plant materials and decorative wood
10a.   SPECIAL: Exhibitor winning most points in sections 1                                                                           BETWEEN 5 p.m. and 9 p.m. ON THURSDAY EVENING,
                                                                37a. SPECIAL: Exhibitor winning most points in sections 32
       to 10 will receive $20.00 donated by Domenic’s Pizza,                                                                                           SEPTEMBER 16th ONLY.
                                                                     to 37 will receive a $20.00 gift certificate donated by
       Binbrook                                                                                                                             PRIZES: 1st - $5.00, 2nd - $4.00, 3rd - $3.00
                                                                     Salon 56, Hwy. #56, Binbrook.
10b.   BEST POTTED PLANT SPECIMEN: Exhibitor will                                                                                  Sec.
                                                                 Rosettes will be donated by B.A.S. for section 10a, 10b, 31a,
       receive a $20.00 gift certificate donated by The Bin                                                                          1. Decorative picture frame
                                                                                            31b and 37a
       Restaurant, Binbrook                                                                                                          2. Decorative wall hanging under 18” - ready to hang
                                                                                 SPECIALS - Sections 38-43                           3. Decorative wall hanging over 18”, quilted - ready to hang
                        CUT FLOWERS                               Gift Certificates: 1st - $12.00, 2nd - $10.00, 3rd - $8.00         4. Decorative wall hanging over 18”, quilted - not ready to hang
            (all flowers to be from the home garden)            38. Display of Mixed Perennials or Biennials: (minimum               5. Needlepoint project - ready to hang, and framed
Sec.                                                                of 5 different varieties) displayed in a suitable container.     6. Needlepoint - any other project
11.    Asters, 5 blooms                                             Gift certificate donated by Country Depot, 10                    7. Cross stitch project under 14”- ready to hang and framed
12.    Calendulas, 3 stems                                          Dartnall Road, Hamilton.                                         8. Cross stitch project over 14” - ready to hang and framed
13.    Chrysanthemums, 3 sprays                                 39. Collection of Mixed Annuals (minimum of 5 different              9. Cross stitch article - not deemed a framed project
14.    Cosmos, 3 sprays                                             varieties) displayed in a suitable container.                  10. Embroidery project - ready to hang (framed)
15.    Dahlia, 3 blooms less than 6” in diameter                    Gift certificate donated by Satellite Garden Centre,           11. Embroidery article - not deemed a framed object
16.    Dahlia, 1 large bloom, over 6” in diameter                   Hwy. #53, Rymal Road, Hamilton                                 12. Ribbon Embroidery - any project
17.    Geranium, 1 bloom, self foliage                          40. Cool Cascade - hanging pot foliage plant (no flowering         13. Bobbin Lace project
18.    Gladiolus, 1 spike                                           plants). Gift Certificate donated by Sharples                  14. Decorative pillow - quilted
19.    Marigolds, African, 5 blooms                                 Greenhouses & Nurseries, Hwy. #6, Mount Hope.                  15. Decorative Pillow - not quilted
20.    Marigolds, dwarf French style, 5 blooms                  41. Golden Anniversary - All round arrangement using yel-          16. Table runner
21.    Nicotiana, 3 stems                                           low and/or gold flowers and various forms of foliage.          17. Table favour for wedding
22.    Petunias, 5 sprays                                           Gift certificate donated by Village Green Flower Shop,         18. Handmade jewellery
23.    Rose, English, 1 spray                                       Binbrook.                                                      19. Plastic canvas project
24.    Rose, floating in a suitable bowl                        42. Diaper Daze - An arrangement of fresh cut flowers suit-        20. Fall centerpiece - natural material
25.    Rose, hybrid tea, 1 bloom                                    able for a newborn. Gift Certificate donated by Empire         21. Fall centerpiece - any other material not natural
26.    Rudbecckia, any variety, 3 stems                             Garden Centre, Hwy. #56, Empire Corners.                       22. Fall arrangement suitable for a buffet table
             ALL EXHIBITORS PLEASE NOTE                                      ALL EXHIBITORS PLEASE NOTE                                          ALL EXHIBITORS PLEASE NOTE
  All entry forms submitted by the 23rd of August 2004 will       All entry forms submitted by the 23rd of August 2004 will           All entry forms submitted by the 23rd of August 2004 will
   be eligible for the “SECRETARY’S DRAW”. Watch for               be eligible for the “SECRETARY’S DRAW”. Watch for               be eligible for the “SECRETARY’S DRAW”. Watch for details
                      details in the Fair Book!                                       details in the Fair Book!                                                in the Fair Book!

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23.
24.
      Spring or summer centerpiece
      Folk art painted on wood - self supporting
                                                               65. Crocheted article                                              KNITTING & CROCHETING
25.   Folk art painted on wood - hanging
                                                               66. Knitted article                                                                          Class 10A
                                                               67. Handmade pottery                                                  Chairperson - Margie McDougall - 905-679-4313
26.   Folk art project - any material
                                                                                                                                  Committee: Anne Barlow, Pat Manning, Arlene Smith, Shelly
27.   Garden sign                                              68. Holiday decoration                                                       Toohey, Laurie Hume, Pam Bienhaus
28.   Painted garden stone                                                                                                          Entry fee - 10% deducted from winners + G.S.T. @7%
29.   A country welcome wreath                                 69. Article of wood - not to exceed 20” in                          Entries will be accepted in Building #1 between 5 p.m.
30.   A country welcome –any craft
31.   A farm animal – any handmade project
                                                                   any direction                                                     and 9 p.m. Thursday Evening, September 16th, 2004
                                                                                                                                                               only.
32.   Handmade teddy bear                                      70. Miscellaneous article                                          Judges are authorized by the directors of the B.A.S. to dis-
33.   Door stop                                                                                                                   card all soiled, defaced or old work and instructed to award
34.   Two refrigerator magnets
                                                               71. SPECIAL: Exhibitor winning the most                             prizes to new and up to date work only. In sections where
35.   Decorated basket                                             points in Sections 65 to 70 will receive                         there is no competition, unless the exhibit is worthy, the
36.   Wind chimes                                                                                                                                     prize will be withheld.
37.   Rug hooking project
                                                                   $20.00 donated by B.A.S. Homecraft                                     Articles may be exhibited for 2 years only.
38.   Decorated T-shirt or sweatshirt - boughten                   Division                                                       NOTE: All knitted and crocheted articles MUST include a
39.   Decorated T-shirt or sweatshirt - homemade                                                                                       sample of the main colour wool or the wool label.
40.
41.
      Handmade poutporri scenter
      Pressed flower project
                                                                                       •••••                                      PRIZES: 1st - $5.00, 2nd - $4.00, 3rd - $3.00 (sec. 1 to 22)
                                                                                                                                                NURSERY - 2 YEARS AND UNDER
42.
43.
      Stained glass suncatcher
      Stained glass - any project
                                                               ORGANIZED GROUP DISPLAY                                             1.
                                                                                                                                                 Please remember your yarn samples
                                                                                                                                        Infant’s pullover, knitted
                                                                                  Class 9A - Section 1                             2.   Infant’s pullover - crocheted
44.   Dried or silk flower arrangement                                Chairperson - Margie McDougall - 905-679-4313                3.   Infant’s cardigan - knitted
45.   Halloween decoration                                     Committee: Ann Barlow, Pat Manning, Arlene Smith, Laurie            4.   Infant’s toy - knitted or crocheted, child-proof
46.   Easter decoration                                                      Hume, Shelly Toohey, Pam Bienhaus                     5.   Baby’s shawl - knitted
47.   Decorated flower pot                                                                No entry fee                             6.   Baby’s shawl - crocheted
48.   Scrapbooking - 1 page                                            PRIZES: 1st - $40.00, 2nd - $30.00, 3rd - $25.00            7.   Bunting bag - knitted or crocheted
49.   Ink, pencil, charcoal or pastel – any subject – framed                 All other exhibits will receive $15.00                8.   Crocheted baby set - sweater and two of the following -
                                                                                                                                        panties, booties or bonnet
50.   Oil painting, any subject, framed                          Each group will be responsible for setting up display on                     CHILDREN’S WEAR - 3 to 12 YEARS
51.   Acrylic painting – any subject, framed                     THURSDAY EVENING, SEPT 16th 2004 between 5 p.m.                   9.   Child’s hat and mitt set - knitted
52.   Watercolour – any subject, framed                                                    and 9 p.m.                             10.   Sweater - handknit cardigan
53.   Any medium – country theme, framed                         This class is open to all organized groupssuch as Churches,      11.   Sweater - handknit pullover - graph pattern
54.   Any medium – portrait, framed                             Institutes, Lodges, etc. No membership fee is required and no     12.   Poncho - knitted or crocheted
55.   Wooden article – any project under 2’ x 2’                                   entry fee will be charged.                     13.   Sweater and matching toque or beret
56.   Wooden article – any project over 2’                     Each group is to supply a sign 8” x 11” stating the name of the    14.   Slippers - novelty
57.   Hand-crafted birdhouse                                               group, which will be posted after judging.             15.   Any clothing item not listed
58.   Paper tole – wild life                                   A space of approximately 3’ x 4’ is allotted. Backdrop and table                              ADULT WEAR
                                                                 covering to be supplied by group and will not be counted as      16.   Pullover - handknit - set-in sleeve
59.   Paper tole - any other subject                                                                                              17.   Sweater - dressy evening wear - knitted or crocheted
60.   Decorated wreath – not grapevine – ready to hang                    props. Two extra visible props are allowed.
                                                                 Each item will be judged by points for an overall total. They    18.   Sweater - cotton yarn only
61.   Decorated wreath – natural materials – ready to hang                                                                        19.   Cardigan - knitted
62.   Grapevine door decoration – ready to hang.                 will be judged on eye appeal, workmanship, originality and       20.   Vest or shell
                                                                                     general presentation.                        21.   Knitted pullover sweater, first time exhibitor
63.   Decorated Swag – any material
64.   SPECIAL: Exhibitor winning the most points in Sections            “HONOURING OUR RURAL ROOTS”                               22.   Any article of clothing - not previously listed - knitted
      1 to63 will receive $20.00 donated by the Homecraft       1. Antique quilt - include a brief history                                   Please remember to include yarn samples
      Division of the B.A.S.                                    2. 3 scones on an antique plate                                                           SECTIONS 23 to 34
                                                                                                                                          Prize Money: 1st - $3.50, 2nd - $3.00, 3rd - $2.50
            ••••••                                              3. Handmade candles
                                                                4. Dried flower arrangement in an antique cup and saucer          23.
                                                                                                                                  24.
                                                                                                                                        Outfit for 10” fashion doll - knitted or crocheted
                                                                                                                                        Crocheted centrepiece - mounted
      CERTIFIED VISUALLY                                        5. Collection of Grandma’s homemade preserves (Min. 3)
                                                               Please choose 3 of the following items
                                                                                                                                  25.
                                                                                                                                  26.
                                                                                                                                        Angel - crocheted and starched
                                                                                                                                        Tea cosy - knitted or crocheted
         CHALLENGED                                             1. Photo of the family farm or farming activity                   27.   Coordination dish cloth and hanging hand towel - knitted or
          EXHIBITORS                                            2. Apron for Granny
                                                                3. Antique sampler                                                28.
                                                                                                                                  29.
                                                                                                                                        crocheted
                                                                                                                                        Ladies hat, tam or beret - knitted or crocheted
                                                                                                                                        2 Pot holders using leftover yarn
         No exhibitors fee, no age limit.                       4. Coal oil lamp
                                                                                                                                  30.   Slippers - knitted or crocheted
                                                                5. Knitted socks
            One article per section                             6. Bonnet                                                         31.   Bazaar item - to sell for under $5.00
                                                                                                                                  32.   Ski headband
             ALL EXHIBITORS PLEASE NOTE                                     ALL EXHIBITORS PLEASE NOTE                                         ALL EXHIBITORS PLEASE NOTE
  All entry forms submitted by the 23rd of August 2004 will      All entry forms submitted by the 23rd of August 2004 will          All entry forms submitted by the 23rd of August 2004 will
   be eligible for the “SECRETARY’S DRAW”. Watch for              be eligible for the “SECRETARY’S DRAW”. Watch for                  be eligible for the “SECRETARY’S DRAW”. Watch for
                      details in the Fair Book!                                      details in the Fair Book!                                          details in the Fair Book!
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33. Men;s toque                                                    14.   Playset - sewn                                                                        SPECIALS
34. Crocheted runner - at least 15 inches in length                15.   Child’s denim wear - vest, shorts, jackets, etc.             54. Ladies suit: Jacket and skirt or jacket and slacks. Prizes:
                            AFGHANS                                16.   Flannel sleep pants - sewn                                       2st - $10.00, 2nd - $6.00, 3rd - $4.00 donated by
         Sample of yarn must accompany each entry                  17.   Stuffed toy made from fabric - not to exceed 30”                 Diane Switzer.
           Prizes: 1st - $8.00, 2nd - $7.00, 3rd - $6.00
35. Afghan - handknit - approx. 48” x 60” or larger                                      LADIES WEAR                                  55. “Health Aid Apparel” your choice 1st - $12.00, 2nd -
36. Afghan - crocheted - approx. 48” x 60” or larger               18. Blouse or dress shirt                                              $8.00. Prizes donated by Class 10B Committee in
37. Afghan - traditional granny square - approx. 48” x 60” or      19. Vest, fabric                                                       memory of Betty Gaddye.
    larger                                                         20. Pants - any style
                                                                                                                                      56. Formal dress - adult. 1st - $25.00, 2nd - $15.00, 3rd -
38. Lap Afghan - not wider than 40” or longer than 40”             21. Casual short set
39. Crib or carriage cover - crocheted - no larger than 45” x54”   22. Skirt with zipper                                                  $10.00 donated by Blackheath-Binbrook Lions Club.
40. Crib or carriage cover - knitted - no larger than 45” x 54”    23. Nightwear - your choice                                        57. Child’s party dress - 1st - $10.00, 2nd - $6.00, 3rd -
                            SPECIALS                               24. Ladies day dress                                                   $4.00. Prizes donated by Binbrook Women’s Institute
41. Jean Court Memorial: Knitted baby set - sweater and two        25. Decorated sweatshirt/T-shirt depicting Fair Theme:                 in memory of Joyce Elliott.
    of the following: panties, booties or bonnet. 1st-Trophy &         “Honouring Our Rural Roots” for our 150th Binbrook             58. Any craft item - not clothing - handmade with fabric. 1st
    $10.00, 2nd-$6.00, 3rd-$4.00 donated by the Court Family.          Fair - judged on decoration only.
42. Exhibitor winning most points in Sections 1 to 40 will                                                                                - $10.00, 2nd - $5.00. Prizes donated by the
                                                                   26. Jacket - unlined                                                   Homecraft Division of the Binbrook Agricultural
    receive $10.00 donated by the B.A.S. Homecraft Division.
43. JUDGE’S AWARD - Best overall entry in Class 10A -              27. Article of clothing not previously listed
                                                                   28. Polar Fleece garment                                               Society.
    $10.00 - donated by Homecraft Division - B.A.S.

                 ••••••                                                                  MISCELLANEOUS                                                      ••••••
               HOME CRAFT                                          29.
                                                                            PRIZES: 1st - $5.00, 2nd - $4.00, 3rd - $3.00
                                                                         New Binbrook Fair Exhibitor - Any sewn article of
                                                                                                                                                             QUILTS
                           Class 10B                                                                                                                            Class 11
                                                                         clothing                                                               Chairperson - Lynne Corlis - 905-692-5308
       Chairperson: Diane Switzer - 905-692-3105                   30.   Flannel lounging pants - sewn
 Committee: Sharon Adshead, Judy Fletcher, Evelyn Hyslop,                                                                              Committee: Lisa Burrows, Mae Burrows, Kathy Descamps,
                                                                   31.   Hat (fabric)                                                     Debbie Duffus, Anne Dunham, Lois Irvine, Sheila May,
               Ruth Martin, Christine Nuttall
   Entry Fee - 10% deducted from winners + G.S.T. @7%              32.   Doll-dressed, fabric, judged on costume only                                 Vivien Pickard, Linda Schouwstra
                                                                   33.   Apron, any style                                                 Entry Fee - 10% deducted from winners + G.S.T. @7%
    ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED IN BUILDING #1
                                                                   34.   Two place mats, fabric                                             All committee members wear white cotton gloves.
   BETWEEN 5 p.m. and 9 p.m.THURSDAY EVENING,
                  SEPTEMBER 16th ONLY.                             35.   Terry guest towel - decorated                                    ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED IN BUILDING #1
All articles in this section must be made of fabric and sewn       36.   Fabric bag - handmade                                          BETWEEN 5 P.M. AND 9 P.M. THURSDAY EVENING
                        by the exhibitor.                          37.   Pillow cover, removable, displayed on pillow                                    SEPTEMBER 16TH ONLY.
  Judges may disqualify all soiled, defaced work or old work       38.   Boxer shorts - fabric
and are instructed to award prizes to new and up to date work.                                                                        Judges are authorized by the directors of the B.A.S. to discard
In sections where there is no competition, unless the exhibit is   39.   Sewn accessory, fabric - suitable for the kitchen or bath-    all soiled, defaced or old work and instructed to award prizes
               worthy, the prize will be withheld.                       room                                                                          to new and up to date work only.
        Entries may be exhibited for two years only.               40.   Pin cushion, fabric, sewn                                    In sections where there is no competition, unless the exhibit is
 PRIZES: 1st - $5.00, 2nd - $4.00, 3rd - $3.00 (Sec. 1 to 31)      41.   “I Made It From My Old Jeans”                                  worthy, the prize will be withheld. No quilts will be shown
               NURSERY - 2 YEARS & UNDER                           42.   Halloween costume                                                                  for more than 2 years.
Sec.                                                               43.   Article made from a metre of cloth only                          All quilts must be no smaller than 72” x 90” (1.83m x
 1.    Christening gown - fabric                                   44.   SPECIAL: Exhibitor winning most points in sections 1                             2.29m) in Sections 1 to 7.
 2.    Infant’s dress - no smocking - sewn                               to 46 will receive $25.00 donated by Ruth Martin              No kits, unless indicated. Quilts must be hand quilted unless
 3.    Two piece outfit - sewn                                                                                                               otherwise stated. No long arm machine quilting.
 4.    Accessory for baby (not clothing), diaper bag, change                             SENIOR CITIZENS
                                                                   45.   Slippers                                                      Pencil lines used for quilting should not be visible All quilts
       pad, etc.
 5.    Collection of 2 bibs                                        46.   Pillows - exhibitor’s choice                                           must be placed in the appropriate category.
 6.    Dress or romper - smocked                                   47.   Terry towel - hand wipe to hang on the refrigerator            PRIZES: 1st - $12.00, 2nd - $10.00, 3rd - $8.00 (Sec. 1-7)
 7.    Garment made from polar fleece                              48.   One Christmas decoration                                     Sec.
 8.    Small toy - childproof fabric - not to exceed 10” (doll,                                                                         1. Quilt, pieced
                                                                   49.   Bazaar article, fabric
       book, rattle, etc.)                                                                                                              2. Quilt, using odds and ends
                                                                   50.   2 Pot holders
 9.    Sleepwear                                                                                                                        3. Quilt, hand appliqued
                                                                   51.   Poem - judged on originality (unsigned)
           CHILDREN’S WEAR - 3 to 12 YEARS                                                                                              4. Quilt, machine appliqued
                                                                   52.   Poem - judged on handwriting (unsigned)
10.  Garment - smocked any style                                                                                                        5. Quilt, plain on both sides, fancy quilting
                                                                   53.   Embroidered item
11.  Sundress or Sunsuit - no smocking                                                                                                  6. Quilt, cheater
12.  Sleepwear - your choice                                                                                                            7. Quilt, exhibitor’s choice
13.  Polar fleece accessory, e.g. hat, mittens, etc.
              ALL EXHIBITORS PLEASE NOTE                                        ALL EXHIBITORS PLEASE NOTE                                         ALL EXHIBITORS PLEASE NOTE
   All entry forms submitted by the 23rd of August 2004 will         All entry forms submitted by the 23rd of August 2004 will          All entry forms submitted by the 23rd of August 2004 will
    be eligible for the “SECRETARY’S DRAW”. Watch for                 be eligible for the “SECRETARY’S DRAW”. Watch for                  be eligible for the “SECRETARY’S DRAW”. Watch for
                       details in the Fair Book!                                         details in the Fair Book!                                          details in the Fair Book!
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 7a. SPECIAL: The Grace Mitchell Memorial Trophy donat-               26. Quilt top (cotton) - pieced. Prizes: 1st - $20.00, 2nd -         22. Christmas tree ornaments - 2 - any other craft technique
     ed by the Lorne Mitchell Family. The exhibitor of the                $10.00, 3rd - $8.00 donated by Maplebeck Farms.                      not mentioned above
     Champion quilt will receive $75.00 at the annual                 27. Exhibitor winning the most points in Sections 1-27 will          23. A Santa Claus figure - any material
     Appreciation Night. Trophy will be engraved and dis-                 receive $20.00 donated by the Homecraft Division of the          24. A beaded banner
     played in trophy case at the Agricultural Hall.                      B.A.S.                                                           25. Christmas door stop
SPECIAL: Reserved champion quilt - $20.00 donated by                                                                                       26. A reindeer figure - any material
     Heather Murphy.                                                              ••••••                                                   27. Handmade Christmas tree - not to exceed 24”

 ONTARIO ASSOCIATION OF AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES                              CHRISTMAS CORNER                                               28. Two Christmas fridge magnets
                                                                                                                                           29. Small antique item decorated for Christmas - not to
                    QUILT COMPETITION                                                             Class 12                                     exceed 8” in any direction
Quilt to be double size, at least 72” x 90” (1.83m. x 2.29m.).              Chairperson - Cindy Kennedy - 905-692-5389                     30. Hoop article for Christmas - ready to hang
Champion quilt to compete at the District 6, O.A.A.S. Annual          Committee: Arlene Anderson, Donna Mitchell, June Phillips,           31. A snowman figure - any material
Meeting in November. Prizes: 1st - $25.00, 2nd - $15.00, 3rd -                      Heather Young, Alison Milmine.                         32. Father Christmas (not Santa Claus) figure - any material
$10.00. The first prize quilt from the District is entered in the       Entry Fee - 10% deducted from winners + G.S.T. @7%                 33. A photo frame decorated for Christmas
Competition at the O.A.A.S. convention in Toronto in February.           All exhibits must be strictly the work of the exhibitor.          34. A parcel wrapped for Christmas - original design
The exhibitor of the Grand Champion Quilt will receive $500.00        Judges are authorized by the Directors to discard any soiled,        35. Handmade Christmas card with envelope - not comput-
from the O.A.A.S. and retain the quilt. All Grand Champion Quilts                        defaced or old work.                                  erized.
MUST BE HAND QUILTED in order to qualify for O.A.A.S.                         Entries may be exhibited for two years only.                 36. Christmas gift basket for a “Baby’s First Christmas”
If an exhibitor does not wish their quilt to compete in this compe-         Please pay specific attention to size guidelines.                  containing at least 6 different articles
tition, please include this information on your entry form. The        EXHIBITS MUST BE PLACED IN BUILDING NO. 1                           37. Christmas swag or door hanging - not over 24” in length
Reserve Champion Quilt is eligible to compete in the place of the      BETWEEN 5 P.M. AND 9 P.M. ON THURSDAY, SEP-                         38. Christmas gift basket honouring Binbrook Fair’s 150th
Grand Champion Quilt.                                                                                                                          Anniversary, containing at least 6 articles.
                                                                                       TEMBER 16TH ONLY.
     PRIZES: 1st - $5.00, 2nd - $4.00, 3rd - $3.00 (Sec. 8-23)                                                                             39. SPECIAL: An article of folk art or tole painting, no tree
  8. Quilt - pieced - machine quilted                                          PRIZES: 1st - $5.00, 2nd - $4.00, 3rd - $3.00                   ornaments, not to exceed 24” in any direction. Prizes:
  9. Quilt, any size, quilted on the machine
10. Quilt, single, pieced                                                                                                                      1st - $10.00, 2nd - $6.00, 3rd - $4.00, donated by June
                                                                      Sec.                                                                     Phillips and Donna Mitchell
11. Child’s quilt - nursery design, no purchased panel                 1.    Christmas tree skirt
12. Child’s quilt - hand appliqued                                                                                                         40. SPECIAL: Exhibitor winning most points in Class 12
                                                                       2.    Two Christmas placemats
13. Child’s quilt made from a purchased panel                                                                                                  will receive $20.00 donated by the Homecraft Division
                                                                       3.    Four Christmas napkin holders - mounted
14. Child’s quilt - pieced                                             4.    Christmas apron - adult                                           of the B.A.S.
15. Child’s quilt - sampler
16. Pillow - appliqued and hand quilted
                                                                       5.
                                                                       6.
                                                                             Needlecraft Christmas wall hanging - not framed
                                                                             Christmas stocking - cross stitched - ready to hang                                ••••••
17. Pillow - pieced and hand quilted                                   7.    Christmas stocking - any other variety - ready to hang                    PHOTOGRAPHY
18. Quillow                                                            8.    Christmas table runner - sewn or quilted                                               Class 13
19. Quilt block, pieced                                                9.    Christmas gift bag                                                      Chairperson: Gerry Fuchs - 905-692-4153
20. Quilt block, appliqued                                            10.    Decorated Christmas tree - not to exceed 18” in height        Committee: Kathy Berkhout, Linda & Frank Carrocci, Laurel
                                                                      11.    Christmas coasters - set of 4                                  & Jason Charbonneau, Claude Eybel, Debbie Flynn, Tommy
                                                                      12.    A Christmas article suitable for child, 1-4 years of age        Flynn, Hilde Martin, Debbie McKinnon, Rick Nichols, Sam
                         SPECIALS                                                                                                                                Nichols, Angie Small
                                                                      13.    Two Christmas pot holders
21. Article of quilting made by a first year quilter. 1st -
                                                                      14.    Christmas arrangement - one sided for a buffet table -            Entry Fee - 10% deducted from winner + G.S.T. @7%
    $20.00, 2nd - $5.00, 3rd - $3.00 donated by the
                                                                             not over 24” height                                           Photograph must be taken by exhibitor only.
    Homecraft Division of the B.A.S.                                  15.    Christmas centrepiece - for centre of table - not over 12”
22. Pieced Table Runner - Machine quilted - Minimum size:                                                                                  Only one entry per exhibitor per section.
                                                                             in height.                                                    Entries may be exhibited for two years only.
    12”x28”. 1st - $15.00 gift certificate, 2nd - $10.00 gift         16     Christmas centrepiece - for a child’s table - not over 12”    Commercial finishing or own processing acceptable.
    certificate, 3rd - $5.00 gift certificate. Gift Certificates             height                                                        Photographs must NOT be computer enhanced except in the
    donated by Country Quilters Guild.                                17.    Clay flower pot decorated for Christmas                       special section, however photographs taken with a digital
23. Grace Mitchell Memorial Award - Four quilted placemats,           18.    Christmas wreath made & decorated with natural materi-        camera and printed on photographic paper withouth modifica-
    each with a different design. 1st - $15.00, 2nd - $10.00,                als - ready to hang                                           tions are acceptable.
    3rd - $5.00. Prizes donated by the Woodburn Womens                19.    Christmas wreath made and decorated with man made             Suitably mounted on bristol board, construction paper or mat
    Institute                                                                materials - ready to hang                                     board. NOT FRAMED! Heavy mat board must have string
24. Judges Award - sec. 8-23 - $20.00 donated by B.A.S.               20.    Christmas tree ornaments - 2 - Needlework - ready to          attached to back or tabs securely attached at corners.
25. Quilt - any size made by quilter with 5 years or less expe-              hang                                                          Photographs will be judged on overall presentation.
                                                                      21.    Christmas tree ornaments - 2 - “Victorian Theme”, -           Maximum size 5” x 7” unless otherwise noted.
    rience 1st - $20.00, 2nd - $10.00, 3rd - $8.00 donated by                                                                              Exhibitor’s tag securely fastened to the front.
    Mae Burrows.                                                             ready to hang, e.g. battenburg lace, ribbons, tatting, etc.
             ALL EXHIBITORS PLEASE NOTE                                            ALL EXHIBITORS PLEASE NOTE                                           ALL EXHIBITORS PLEASE NOTE
  All entry forms submitted by the 23rd of August 2004 will             All entry forms submitted by the 23rd of August 2004 will            All entry forms submitted by the 23rd of August 2004 will
   be eligible for the “SECRETARY’S DRAW”. Watch for                     be eligible for the “SECRETARY’S DRAW”. Watch for                    be eligible for the “SECRETARY’S DRAW”. Watch for
                      details in the Fair Book!                                             details in the Fair Book!                                            details in the Fair Book!
                                                         PAGE 10                                                               PAGE 11                                                         PAGE 12
Note: Photographs not suitable for family viewing will not         23. Exhibitor winning the most points in Sections 1 to 22 will    2004 Theme - “HONOURING OUR RURAL ROOTS”
be judged or displayed. Due to the sensitivity of the subject,         receive a film prize donated by Country Depot, 10                          FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
no nude photographs (children and babies included) will be             Dartnall Road.
accepted. This class is open to all ages but all exhibitors must                                                                              Prizes: $2.25, $2.00, $1.75, $1.50, $1.00
                                                                           BLACK AND WHITE PHOTOGRAPHY                              Sec.
complete the white Senior Department entry form.                     PRIZES: 1st - $5.00, 2nd - $4.00, 3rd - $3.00, 4th - $1.00
All exhibitors must become members of the Binbrook                                                                                   1. Largest pumpkin or squash
Agricultural Society at a fee of $5.00.                            24. Single photo, up to 8” x 12” - landscape or scenery           2. Mr./Mrs. Potatohead, decorated using other vegetables to
  ALL ENTRIES MUST BE PLACED IN EXHIBITION                         25. Single photo, up to 8” x 12” - transportation                     decorate.
HALL #4 BETWEEN 5 p.m. and 9 p.m. ON THURSDAY,                     26. Single photo, up to 8” x 12” - a barn or building             3. Garlic, 3 bulbs
                 SEPTEMBER 16th, 2004                              27. Single photo, up to 8” x 12” - person or people               4. Green sweet peppers, two
                                                                                                                                     5. Small pumpkin decorated but not painted - no more than
              COLOUR PHOTOGRAPHY                                               BLACK AND WHITE SPECIALS                                  5 pounds.
  PRIZES: 1st - $5.00, 2nd - $3.00, 3rd - $2.00, 4th - $1.00       28. Darkroom Special - a photograph, up to 8” x 12”, taken,       6. One vegetable creature, K-Gr. 4
 1. Single colour photo - “At the beach”                               developed and printed by the exhibitor - subject of your      7. One vegetable creature, Gr. 5-8
 2. Single colour photo - family pet                                   choice. 1st - $10.00, 2nd - $6.00, 3rd - $4.00 donated by     8. Common vegetable, most unusual shape, K-Gr. 4
 3. Single colour photo - Insects or bugs                              Gerry & Ruth Fuchs.                                           9. Common vegetable, most unusual shape, Gr. 5-8
 4. Single colour photo - wide angle view of landscape or          29. Special Effects - a photograph, up to 8” x 12”, showing      10. Cooking onions, (yellow or white, two with tops)
                                                                                                                                    11. Carrots, three with 1” (2.5 cm) tops
    scenery (use of a panoramic photograph is acceptable)              any effect, subject of your choice. 1st - $10.00, 2nd -
                                                                                                                                    12. Tallest corn stalk, no roots
 5. Single colour photo - a Bridge                                     $6.00, 3rd - $4.00 donated by an Anonymous Donor.            13. Butternut squash with stem, one
 6. Single colour photo - a humerous photo with suitable cap-      30. Exhibitor winning the most points in Sections 24 to 27       14. Beets with 1” (2.5 cm) tops
    tion                                                               will receive $20.00 donated by Cathy Berkhout – Now &        15. Potatoes, three, same size
 7. Single colour photo -Farm scene                                    Then Photography.                                            16. Alien jack-o-lantern, decorated with paints or markers,
 8. Single colour photo - Bright colours                                                                                                 NOT CARVED, judged for originality - be creative
 9. Single colour photo - child/children with animals
10. Single colour photo - “a Special Day”
                                                                         ••••••                                                     17. 5 different vegetables arranged in a 4 qt. basket
                                                                                                                                    18. Potato with the most eyes
11. Single colour photo - a dramatic sky                           ELEMENTARY SCHOOL                                                19. Longest green or yellow snap bean
12. Single colour photo - any Agricultural Fair                                                                                     20. Largest sunflower head
13. Single colour photo - reflecting the Fair theme
    “Honouring Our Rural Roots”
                                                                      DEPARTMENT                                                    21. Thanksgiving centrepiece in a carved out pumpkin, at
                                                                                                                                         least three different kinds of dried weeds.
                                                                                            Class 21                                22. Pears, any variety, named, three
14. Single colour photo - “Three of a Kind”                                 Chairperson: Yvonne Thompson - 692-4593
15. Two colour photos - Flowers                                                                                                     23. Longest cob of corn
                                                                     Committee: Carol Berry, Linda Carrocci, Eylse, Stephanie
                                                                                                                                    24. Cherry tomatoes, PINT BOX, stems on
                   COLOUR SPECIALS                                  and Jennifer Connors, Louisa & Joe Connors, Barb & Laura
                                                                                                                                    25. Tomatoes, three, table variety, stems on
16. Single colour photo, up to 8” x 12” - “My Favorite Spot”         DeGrow, Trish DePass, Ruth Fuchs, Bev Morrison, Jessica
                                                                                                                                    26. A cob of corn dressed as a baby, K-Gr. 4
                                                                     Switzer, Emily Switzer, Don, Trevor & Nicole Thompson,
    1st - $10.00, 2nd - $6.00, 3rd - $4.00 donated by Brooke
                                                                                  Mary Whitwell, Barb Laughland                                                 FLOWERS
    Ryan, Creative Photographer                                                                                                                  Prizes: $2.25, $2.00, $1.75, $1.50, $1.25
17. Single colour photo, up to 8” x 12” - “A Church” 1st -                         RULES AND REGULATIONS
                                                                                                                                    Flowers should be in suitable containers (e.G. PLASTIC con-
    $15.00, 2nd - $10.00, 3rd - $5.00 donated by Binbrook           1. Students in Secondary school in June of 2004 are not eli-
                                                                                                                                       tainer, tin can, PLASTIC pop bottle cut down to suitable
    Insurance Brokers Ltd.                                              gible in this department.
                                                                                                                                      size). We can not be responsible for breakage. Thank You.
                                                                    2. One exhibit per child per section. Must be own work.
18. Single colour photo, up to 8” x 12” depicting a “Woman                                                                          27. Zinnias, 4 blooms
                                                                                         NEW THIS YEAR!!!
    or Women at Work or at Play, 1st - $10.00, 2nd - $6.00,                                                                         28. Snapdragons, 4 stems
                                                                    3. All entries must be submitted on the elementary depart-
    3rd - $4.00 donated by Margie McDougall                                                                                         29. Petunias, 4 blooms
                                                                        ment green entry form in the prize list before Monday
19. Single colour photo, up to 8” x 12” depicting a “Man or                                                                         30. Marigolds, small French, 4 blooms
                                                                        September 13, 2004. Extra forms can be obtained at the
                                                                                                                                    31. Geraniums in bloom, 1 stem
    Men at Work”. 1st - $10.00, 2nd - $6.00, 3rd - $4.00                fair office. Call (905) 693-4003 for office hours.
                                                                                                                                    32. Favourite house plant
    donated by Rick Nichols General Carpentry                       4. EXHIBITS MUST BE PLACED IN NO. 4 EXHIBI-
                                                                                                                                    33. 4 stems of garden flowers - your choice
20. Single colour photo up to 8” x 12” - “Interesting Building,         TION HALL BETWEEN 5 AND 9 P.M. ON THURS-
                                                                                                                                    34. Impatiens, 4 stems
    identified”. 1st - $10.00, 2nd - $6.00, 3rd - $4.00 donated         DAY NIGHT, SEPTEMBER 16TH.
                                                                                                                                    35. One floating rose, container will be provided for you
    by Christine Crooks, Re/Max Escarpment Realty Inc.              5. Exhibition hall will close at 6:00 p.m. on Sunday,
                                                                                                                                    36. Wild flower or weed arrangement in a mug
                                                                        September 19th. Exhibits must be picked up between
21. Single colour photograph up to 8” x 12” -”My Favorite                                                                           37. Flower arrangement in a scooped out pumpkin, Gr. 5-8
                                                                        6:30 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. on SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER
    Photograph”. 1st - $10.00, 2nd - $6.00, 3rd - $4.00 donat-                                                                      38. Small cactus or succulent
                                                                        19th. We will not be responsible for items left after
    ed by Hilde Martin                                                  7:00 p.m.
22. A collection of four (4) photographs on a Theme. 1st -                                                                                                  SPECIAL
                                                                   NOTE: Students 10 years of age or older may enter in both
                                                                                                                                     The student winning the most points in the Home Baking,
    $10.00, 2nd - $6.00, 3rd - $4.00 donated by Anonymous          the Elementary and Junior Department. See sections avail-
                                                                                                                                    Crafts, Sewing and Photography (sections 39-85) will receive
    donor.                                                         able in Junior Dept. if you wish to enter there.
                                                                                                                                    a trophy sponsored by the Binbrook Agricultural Society.
             ALL EXHIBITORS PLEASE NOTE                                         ALL EXHIBITORS PLEASE NOTE                                       ALL EXHIBITORS PLEASE NOTE
  All entry forms submitted by the 23rd of August 2004 will          All entry forms submitted by the 23rd of August 2004 will        All entry forms submitted by the 23rd of August 2004 will
   be eligible for the “SECRETARY’S DRAW”. Watch for                  be eligible for the “SECRETARY’S DRAW”. Watch for                be eligible for the “SECRETARY’S DRAW”. Watch for
                      details in the Fair Book!                                          details in the Fair Book!                                        details in the Fair Book!
                                                       PAGE 13                                                          PAGE 14                                                           PAGE 15
 Points system: 1st - 5 points, 2nd - 4 points, 3rd - 3 points,     61.    Collection of like articles suitably displayed, K-Gr. 4     96. Decorated T-shirt or sweatshirt, K - Gr. 4
                 4th - 2 points, 5th - 1 point                      62.    Collection of like articles suitably displayed, Gr. 5-8     97. Decorated T-shirt or sweatshirt, Gr. 5-8
                       HOME BAKING                                  63.    One handmade Christmas tree decoration, K-Gr. 4                 Prize money for sec. 96 & 97 donated by
            Prizes: $2.75, $2.50, $2.25, $2.00, $1.75               64.    One handmade Christmas tree decoration, Gr. 5-8                 Binbrook Insurance Brokers Ltd.
39.   Sandwich, decorated as a farm animal, (one slice)             65.    Any craft made from a kit, include the original box,        98. Fabric or sock toy
40.   3 brownies, not iced                                                 under 30 cm x 30 cm K-Gr. 4                                     Prize money for Sec. 98 donated by Lynne Corlis
41.   Nutritious munchie when watching a video                      66.    Any craft made from a kit, include the original box,        99. Decorated wreath for a wall or door, Prize money for Sec.
42.   3 cookies made with peanut butter, Gr. 5-8                           under 30 cm x 30 cm Gr. 5-8                                     99 donated by the Homecraft Division of the B.A.S.
43.   Decorated Rice Krispie treat in the shape of a farm ani-      67.    Split image sketch of a person - cut a picture from a      100. Article of cross stitch
      mal, K-Gr. 4                                                         magazine and paste left half on a 21 x 28 cm piece of      101. Any article of clothing
44.   Single layer cake, decorated for 150th Fair Anniversary -            paper and sketch the right hand side yourself, Gr. 4-8          Prizes for Sec. 100 & 101 donated by Bonnie Earle
      not to exceed 25 cm, Gr. 5-8                                  68.    Largest red maple leaf                                     102. Canadian stamps - at least 25, mounted on bristol board
45.   Chocolate chip cookiegram                                     69.    Most original fancy wrapped gift for any occasion (using        Prizes: 1st - $5.00, 2nd - $4.00, 3rd - $3.00, 4th - $2.00,
46.   Microwave fudge, 3 pieces                                            reusable wrap), no larger than shoe box size                    5th - $1.00 donated by Ross Martin
47.   Hard boiled egg in shell, decorated as a farm animal          70.    Best dressed Barbie or Ken dressed to go to a barn                                 CHILDREN’S ART
48.   Mason jar of dry ingredients of homemade cookie mix,                 dance                                                                 Prizes: 1st - $5.00, 2nd - $3.00, 3rd - $2.00
      with recipe attached.                                         71.    Best dressed Teddy, K - Gr. 4                                     Sections 98 to 101 donated by Yvonne Thompson
49.   1/2 loaf of white machine bread                               72.    Collage of your favourite foods, K - Gr. 4                 103.   Oil or acrylic - any subject - no larger than 45 cm x 60 cm
50.   Environmentally friendly, nutritious lunch, K - Gr. 4         73.    Design a CD case cover Gr. 5-8                             104.   Pastel, pencil or charcoal - any subject, no larger than
51.   Marshmallow creature                                          74.    Any craft not listed, K - Gr. 2                                   45 cm x 60 cm.
52.   1 cupcake - decorated for 150th Fair Anniversary, K - Gr. 4   75.    Any craft not listed, Gr. 3-4                              105.   Cartoon drawing - no larger than 45 cm x 60 cm
                                                                    76.    Wind chimes, ready to hang                                 106.   Watercolour - any subject - no larger than 45 x 60 cm
      Exhibitor receiving most points in sections 39-52 will        77.    Largest Ontario pine cone
          receive a Companies Coming goody basket                                                                                     107.   Cartoon or drawing of any vehicle - pencil or ink only -
                                                                    78.    Something crafted from something discarded, not to                no larger than 45 cm x 60 cm Prize money donated by Joe
                                                                           exceed 1m in height.                                              Connors.
     CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIE COMPETITION                              79.    One article of handmade jewellery, K - Gr. 4
53. Open to all Youth ages 10-15 years (as of December 1st           80.   Decorated picture frame - Gr. 5-8
of the current year). One per class only. 6 cookies. The 1st                                                                                                     POSTERS
                                                                     81.   Painted clay flower pot, Gr. 5-8
place winner from this section will go on to compete at the                                                                                                 This year’s theme is
                                                                     82.   Any craft not listed, Gr. 5-6
District #6 Annual Meeting in November. The winner from                                                                                         “HONOURING OUR RURAL ROOTS”.
                                                                     83.   Any craft not listed, Gr. 7-8
the District #6 Competition will be entered at the Ontario                                                                              All posters must be submitted with official GREEN tags
Association of Agricultural Societies Convention in February                              PHOTOGRAPHY                                  complete with name, phone number and mailing address.
2005. At the District #6 level the entry must consist of 12                 All individuals in pictures must be dressed.                          Additional tags may be obtained from
cookies (one Dozen) displayed in a sturdy box with easy to                     Prizes: $3.00, $2.50, $2.00, $1.50, $1.00                            Yvonne Thompson - 905 -692-4593.
remove lid. Box may be decorated. Cookies are to be no larg-         Prizes donated by Christine Crooks/ReMax Escarpment                                           Special
er than 3” (6.75 cm). Prize money to be paid by District #6.                                    Realty Inc.                                       Prizes: $3.50, $2.50, $1.50, $1.00, $0.75
At Provincial level rules are the same as above with prize           84. Humourous photograph, mounted                                    Prize money donated by the Homecraft Division of the
money: 1st - $20.00, 2nd - $15.00, 3rd - $10.00 and 12 prizes        85. Four photographs of a baby, mounted                                                        B.A.S.
of $5.00                                                             86. Four photographs on a theme (e.g. holiday, birthday, sport   108. Posters advertising Binbrook Fair, original design on 28
                    JUDGING CRITERIA                                     etc.)                                                              x 43 cm. paper. Dates are September 17, 18 and 19,
1) Presentation (cookies & box) - 25 points                          87. Four photographs of you at different ages.                         2004. Information that must be on the poster should
2) General appearance - 15 points                                    88. Black & white photograph of an interesting structure in            include date, the location and the theme of the fair.
3) Internal appearance - 15 points                                       your neighbourhood                                                 Posters with spelling mistakes will be disqualified.
4) Flavor - 45 points                                                89. One photography entitled “What a Mess”                             Posters to be retained by the Fairboard and may be used
                                                                     90. Most embarrassing photograph                                       for advertising. Every elementary student may enter this
                   CRAFTS AND SEWING                                                                                                        special.
           Prizes: $2.75, $2.50, $2.25, $2.00, $1.75                            PRE-SCHOOL KIDDIE CORNER                              SAFETY POSTERS
54. Article made of paper mache, Gr. 4-8                               Note: All entries in Sections 86 to 90 must put their                      Prizes: $2.50, $2.00, $1.50, $1.00, $0.50
55. Play dough food on a sturdy paper plate, K-Gr. 4                                       address on entry tags.                        Prizes donated by the Binbrook Firefighters Association
56. Heaviest collection of pop can pulltabs, all entries to be               Prizes: 1st - $1.50, 2nd - $1.25, 3rd - $0.75              Every elementary student may enter ONE of these sections.
     donated to BAS at end of fair, Gr. 5-8                          91. Draw and colour a picture of your Grandma                     Posters should be on art paper, any media and will be judged
57. Treasure box, decorated with pasta, grains shoebox size          92. Best dressed teddy bear                                      on creativity and suitability to topic. Lettering should be read-
     or smaller                                                      93. Collage of your Christmas Wish List                                            able from 10 feet (3 meters).
58. Decorated hubcap                                                 94. Spell your name with seeds - any variety                     109. Grades 1 & 2 TOPIC: Street Safety - no larger than 30 x
59. Collection of 5 different varieties of seeds you would           95. Pasta or cereal necklace                                           45 cm. art paper
     plant in a garden, mounted and labelled, Gr. 5-8                                                                                 110 Grades 3 & 4 TOPIC: Fire Safety - no larger than 30 x
60. Collection of six different types of leaves, pressed,                                    SPECIALS
                                                                     Prizes: 1st - $3.50, 2nd - $2.50, 3rd - $1.50 (sec. 91 to 96)          45 cm art paper
     mounted and labelled, K-Gr. 4                                                                                                    111. Grades 5 & 6 TOPIC: Farm or Home Equipment Safety
             ALL EXHIBITORS PLEASE NOTE                                          ALL EXHIBITORS PLEASE NOTE                                         ALL EXHIBITORS PLEASE NOTE
  All entry forms submitted by the 23rd of August 2004 will           All entry forms submitted by the 23rd of August 2004 will          All entry forms submitted by the 23rd of August 2004 will
   be eligible for the “SECRETARY’S DRAW”. Watch for                   be eligible for the “SECRETARY’S DRAW”. Watch for                  be eligible for the “SECRETARY’S DRAW”. Watch for
                      details in the Fair Book!                                           details in the Fair Book!                                          details in the Fair Book!
                                                        PAGE 16                                                            PAGE 17                                                             PAGE 18
     - no larger than 45 x 60 cm. art paper                         122. An essay of 250-500 words on a country fair of 150
112. Grades 7 & 8 TOPIC: All Terrain Vehicle Safety - no                 years ago and its meaning to the community. Gr. 5-8.
     larger than 45 x 60 cm. art paper (e.g. bikes, dirt bikes,          Prizes donated by Bill & Sheila May.
     snowmobiles, quads. etc.)                                      123. A picture poster, no larger than 45 x 60 cm, on a country
                                                                         fair of 150 years ago. Gr. K - 4. Prizes donated by Gerry
                        BUS SAFETY                                       & Ruth Fuchs.
           Prizes: $4.50, $3.50, $2.50, $1.25, $0.75
 Prize money donated by the Hamilton-Wentworth District                                     Announcing
                     Board of Education
113. Grades 1 & 2 MEDIA: cut paper and paste - no larger                     A FAIR AMBASSADOR
     than 30 x 45 cm.
114. Grades 3 & 4: Draw a picture of your bus driver - no
                                                                                COMPETITION
     larger than 30 x 45 cm.                                              to help celebrate the 150th Binbrook Fair in 2004
115. Grades 5 & 6: Draw a picture of your bus driver - no
     larger than 30 x 45 cm.116.      Grades 7 & 8: Design a           Open to unmarried singles between the ages of 18 & 26
     perfect school bus, listing safety features - no longer than                           to be held on
     30 x 45 cm.                                                                    Saturday, November 20, 2004
          POLLUTION SOLUTION POSTERS
          Prizes: $2.50, $2.00, $1.50, $1.00, $0.50                                  at the Annual Awards Night
 Prize money donated by the Woodburn Women’s Institute                 watch for more information in the “Glanbrook Gazette”
117. Grades 1 & 2 - no larger than 30 x 45 cm. art paper
118. Grades 3 & 4 - no larger than 30 x 45 cm. art paper                           Sponsorship Inquiries Welcome
119. Grades 5 & 6 - no larger than 30 x 45 cm. art paper
120. Grades 7 & 8 - no larger than 30 x 45 cm. art paper               CONTACT BINBROOK AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY
                                                                                  Phone: (905) 692-4003 or
              YOUTH POSTER COMPETITION                                      e-mail: binbrookagrisociety@hwcn.org
             Prizes: $5.00, $4.00, $3.00, $2.00 $1.00
   Prize money donated by Hamilton-Wentworth Catholic
                      District School Board                                                Announcing the
                Theme: “Promoting Your Fair”
               2 Classes: A) Youth up to grade 6
                                                                            "TASTE OF COUNTRY"
                 B) Youth Grade 7 to Grade 12                                              Cookbook
121. Posters in this section must be HAND DRAWN. The 1st
      Place winner from this section will go on to compete at                   150th Anniversary Edition
      the District #6 annual meeting in November. The winner
      from the District 6 competition will be entered at the                       Now available but going FAST!
      Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies Convention                      Over 380 of our Best Recipes
      in February 2005. The poster MUST be a minimum of                               published by the ladies of
      11” x 17” (28cmx43.5 cm) and a maximum of 12” x 18”
                                                                                    Binbrook Agricultural Society
      (30.5 cm x 46 cm) and MUST be mounted on BLACK
      ART CARD to give a 2” border.
         Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies                           Copies available at the Fair Office
                     JUDGING CRITERIA                                                     2600 Hwy. #56
1) Overall appearance - 20 points                                                        Binbrook, Ontario
2) Attract and hold attention - 30 points                                       (open 1-6, Monday and Wednesday)
3) Competition theme clear - 40 points                                          or from Lynne Corlis (905) 692-5308
4) Quality of material/end project - 10 points                                              $10.00 each
  At the Ontario Association of Agriculture Societies conven-
    tion, prizes are donated by THRILL PRODUCTIONS                                    To order copies by mail
             LIMITED, London, Ontario and are:                                    send your Name and Address to
      Class A) 1st - $25.00, 2nd - $15.00, and 3rd - $10.00                        Binbrook Agricultural Society
      Class B) 1st - $25.00, 2nd - $15.00, and 3rd - $10.00                                   Box 244
                                                                                    Binbrook, Ontario L0R 1C0
         SPECIALS TO CELEBRATE THE 150th                                        Enclose $10.00 for each book ordered
          ANNIVERSARY OF BINBROOK FAIR                                            plus $2.00 per book for postage
         Prizes: 1st - $12.00, 2nd - $8.00, 3rd - $5.00


              ALL EXHIBITORS PLEASE NOTE                                         ALL EXHIBITORS PLEASE NOTE
   All entry forms submitted by the 23rd of August 2004 will          All entry forms submitted by the 23rd of August 2004 will
    be eligible for the “SECRETARY’S DRAW”. Watch for                  be eligible for the “SECRETARY’S DRAW”. Watch for
                       details in the Fair Book!                                          details in the Fair Book!
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     YARD DISPLAY CONTEST
Help us advertise Binbrook Fair by constructing a display on
your property. Open to anyone, including private residences,
school, organizations and businesses. One entry per property.
No Entry Fee is required.

Judging:        Overall appearance               20%
                Originality                      30%
                Visibility of Dates              30%
                Suitability to Category          20%

Prize Money:    $50.00 per category

One winner in each of these categories:
                A. Commercial
                B. Most Humerous
                C. Most Creative
                D. Most Original
                E. Most Representative of Binbrook Fair
Each entry will receive 2 passes to Binbrook Fair - 2004.

                           RULES
 1. Display (using any materials - e.g. bales of straw/hay,
    vehicle, machinery, etc) to represent something that you
    would see at the fair. E.g. tractor, animal, ride, vegetable,
    etc.
 2. Display must face a public road but must be at least 10
    feet back from road allowance.
 3. Display must advertise the Fair and include a sign that
    states: “Binbrook Fair Sept. 17-19, 2004”
 4. Display must in place by Friday before Labor Day and
    remain until September 15, 2003.
 5. Display may be set up on another person’s property with
    written permission of the owner.
 6. Judging will take place on site.
 7. A photo will be taken and on display at the Fair.
 8. Entries must be in by August 27, 2004.
TO ENTER:
Send a note including:
Your name, phone number, mailing address and detailed
directions to your location.
SEND TO:
    Yard Display Contest
    Binbrook Fair
    P.O. Box 244
    Binbrook, ON L0R 1C0
OR FAX TO: 905-692-1434
OR E-MAIL TO: binbrookagrisociety@hwcn.org


             ALL EXHIBITORS PLEASE NOTE
  All entry forms submitted by the 23rd of August 2004 will
   be eligible for the “SECRETARY’S DRAW”. Watch for
                    details in the Fair Book!

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