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Feast Show @ Picnic In the Park, Adelaide, South Australia Sunday
Feast Show @ Picnic In the Park, Adelaide, South Australia Sunday
feast HomeGrown festival The eighth bigger, better, even more amazing Lesbian, Gay and Queer homegrown vegetables, fruit and flowers, home cooking, home made pickles, jams, homecrafts plus extraordinary new categories on show. Get involved – it’s easy and fun! All you need to know is in this booklet. Feast Show @ Picnic In the Park, Adelaide, South Australia Sunday 29 November, 12 noon – 5.00 pm www.feast.org.au All you need to know about the Read this booklet and tell your friends about the Feast Show! Who can enter the Feast Show? Entry Fee The Feast Show is open to gay, lesbian, bi, The entry fee is $2 per entry for all categories trans and queer members of our community in each section. Pay your fee when you drop and our friends and family. There is a special off your entry. junior section for under 16’s. Delivery of items entered How to enter Deliver your entries to the Show marquee at Feast Office: Its time to pickle your pickles, brew some beer, • Think about the categories you want Picnic in the Park for judging by 10am Lion Arts Centre get crafty, plan a baking bonanza and create to enter on Sunday 29 November. Courtyard collections for this years Feast Show at Picnic • Plan on creating, making, growing Corner North Terrace & Judging – Awards and Certificates Morphett Street in the Park. your entry ready for Show day, Adelaide SA 5000 Sunday 29 November Judging will take place from 10.30am to As the biggest and best queer show in the world • Fill in the entry form enclosed noon. Judges have expertise in the categories PO Box 8183 they are judging/have previously judged at Station Arcade we expect thousands of people to come down to with this booklet. shows. Judges can’t enter the section they Adelaide SA 5000 look at your wares. OR download and print an entry form are judging. Rosettes or certificates will be from the Feast Show website at Tel: 08 8463 0684 awarded to 1st, 2nd and 3rd winners in each Its easy, its fun and with lots of categories to www.feast.org.au Fax: 08 8231 8793 category. A Champion in each section will (Go to ‘participate’ then to ‘feast show’) email@example.com choose from, so get active, get thinking and enter. be recognised with a unique rosette. Special www.feast.org.au • Preferably post your entry form to: certificates will be awarded at the judges’ Just fill out the entry form and we’ll see you at Feast Show discretion. what will be the best show ever! 9 Frontenac Avenue Where is the Show at Picnic? Panorama SA 5041 How will it look? Who can go? Kerry Ireland OR take in, fax or post your entry The Show will have its own spacious marquee form to the Feast Office Creative Producer, Feast 2009 at the Picnic, you won’t be able to miss it! OR email your entry details to Entries will be displayed on trestle tables in firstname.lastname@example.org their sections. All entries will be on show, Who organises the Feast Show? Your entry will be acknowledged by letter with arranged beautifully by the Feast Show The Feast Show Committee, a voluntary Feast further specific details relating to Show day. committee with a passion for home produced stewards. food, flowers and crafts, etc: Ralph Brew, Warren Extra Booklets/Entry Forms Cut flowers will be displayed in green glass Chambers, Lyndall Fowler, Margie Fischer, Keith bottles. Stewards will be on duty at the Show Herbig, Peter Holderness, Stephen Martin, Phillip Ring Feast office 8463 0684 or Feast Show marquee to ensure the security of all entries O’Callaghan, Geoff Phillips, Miranda Roe, Doug 8177 1394 or email email@example.com on display. The Feast Show is free. Everyone Scotney and Brenton Smith. or photocopy the entry form in this booklet. at the Picnic can come to the Feast Show. The Feast Show Committee is supported by the Closing date for entry forms Feast office Team. A special thankyou to Peter Collection of entries after the Show Tonkin Design, Denise Crichton and Pam Price. No later than Wednesday 25 November 2009 From 4.30pm - 5.00pm (unless otherwise Earlier please if at all possible. decided & advised with your entry Late entries may be accepted & displayed but confirmation letter.) may not be judged. Any questions? Ring Brenton or Stephen 8177 1394 or Margie 8388 5572 or email firstname.lastname@example.org 2009 Feast Show Categories and Items 2009 Feast Show Categories and Items Category A: Home Gardener Category D: Pot Plants 44 Any other flower, 3 stems/blooms 69 Olives any variety All vegetables must be grown by the exhibitor. All pot plants must be grown by the exhibitor. 45 Any other flower, 1 stem/bloom 70 Pickles, any variety Please include a description of ‘Any other’ Please include a description of ‘Any other’ 71 Preserves, any variety – sweet Items entered. Items entered. Category F: Floral Art 72 Preserves, any variety – savoury 1 Asparagus – bunch of 6 19 Bonsai Both professional and non-professional (mark entry form with P if professional). No artificial 73 Quince Paste 2 Beans, plate 20 Cactus, one flowers permitted. 74 Relish, any variety – mild 3 Beetroot, bunch of 4 21 Cactus, three different or same 46 Creative floral presentation 75 Relish, any variety – spicy 4 Carrots, bunch of 4 22 Novelty pot 47 Floating arrangement 76 Sauce, any variety 5 Herbs, plate 23 Succulent, one 48 Floral Posy (Nose-gay) 77 Vinegar Herb – (one bottle) 6 Onions, bunch of 4, any variety 24 Succulents, three different or same 49 Herbal Posy (Tussie-mussie) 7 Rhubarb, bunch of 4 25 Any other variety, flowering Category H: Cookery 50 Vase/bowl of one variety 8 Any other 26 Any other variety, non-flowering All entries must have been prepared/made 51 Vase/bowl of mixed flowers by the exhibitor. Both professional and Category B: Organic Gardener Category E: Cut Flowers non-professional (mark entry form with P if Category G: Home made Jams, Jellies, All vegetables must be grown by the exhibitor All flowers must be grown by the exhibitor. professional). Packet mixes must not be used. Pastes, Preserves, Sauces, etc. without the use of synthetic pesticides, To prevent wilting, we suggest you cut flowers Please include a description of ‘Any variety’ All entries must have been prepared/made Items entered. herbicides or chemical fertilisers. Please the night before with longest stems possible. by the exhibitor. Both professional and include a description of ‘Any other’ Items Stand in water up to ‘neck’ all night. Transport 78 Bread, brown or white, one loaf non-professional (mark entry form with P if entered. with stems wrapped in damp cloth. Please 79 Biscuits, plate of 4 professional). All entries to be dated. One jar 9 Asparagus – bunch of 6 include a description of ‘Any other’ Items per item. Please include a description of ‘Any 80 Lamingtons, plate of 4 entered. 10 Beans, plate variety’ Items entered. 81 Muffins, plate of 4 27 Alstromeria, 3 stems 11 Beetroot, bunch of 4 52 Cumquat Marmalade 82 Scones, plate of 4 28 Arum Lily, 3 stems 12 Carrots, bunch of 4 53 Grapefruit Marmalade 83 Shortbread, plate of 4 29 Cornflower, 3 stems 13 Herbs, plate 54 Lemon Marmalade 84 Slices, plate of 4 30 Delphinium, 1 stem 14 Rhubarb, bunch of 4 55 Lime Marmalade 85 Banana cake, iced 31 Gerbera, 1 stem 15 Any other 56 Orange Marmalade 86 Birthday cake, decorated 32 Gypsophila, 1 stem 57 Marmalade, any other variety 87 Butterfly cakes (small cakes with cream Category C: Fruit 33 Hollyhock, 1 stem 58 Apricot Jam not iced) All fruit must be grown by the exhibitor. 34 Iris, 3 stems Please include a description of ‘Any other’ 59 Blackberry Jam 88 Carrot cake, iced 35 Lillium, 1 stem Items entered. 60 Fig Jam 89 Celebratory cake 36 Native flowers, 1 stem 16 Basket of mixed Fruit 61 Plum Jam 90 Cheesecake 37 Pentstemon, 3 stems 17 Lemons, 4 62 Raspberry Jam 91 Chocolate cake, iced 38 Perennials, 3 different, 1 stem each 18 Any other Fruit 63 Strawberry Jam 92 Fairy cakes (small cakes, iced) 39 Rose, 1 bloom 64 Any other Jam 93 Fruit cake, baked iced or un-iced 40 Rose, 3 blooms 65 Chutney, any variety 94 Fruitcake, boiled iced or un-iced 41 Sweet Pea, 3 stems 66 Fruit Jelly, any variety 95 Gluten-free cake 42 Stock, 3 stems 67 Home made cheese 96 Marble cake 43 Stock, 1 stem 68 Lemon butter or curd 97 Over-the-top cake 2009 Feast Show Categories and Items 2009 Feast Show Categories and Items 98 Poppy Seed cake, un-iced 123 Over-the-top coat hanger 149 Junior collection – see 157 for 99 Sponge cake, filled 124 Patchwork requirements 100 Sponge cake, unfilled 125 Quilting 150 Junior handicraft any article 101 Any other cake 126 Scarf 151 Junior knitting, any article 102 Date and/or Nut loaf 127 Tea cosy, hand knitted 152 Junior vegetables, any variety 103 Pavlova, decorated 128 Toy, hand knitted 153 Junior floral – miniature arrangements (Not to exceed 100mm overall.) 104 Quiche, any variety 129 Any other Home craft 154 Junior floral – posy in an eggcup 105 Homemade chocolate, 1 plate Category L: Handicrafts Category N: Special Category Category I: Home Made Brews All entries must have been prepared/made by the exhibitor. Please include a description of All entries must have been prepared/made by All entries must have been prepared/made by ‘Any other’ Items entered. the exhibitor. the exhibitor. Please include a description of ‘Any other’ Items entered. 130 Beadwork 155 Any other homemade item relating to the Feast theme of ‘Home Grown’ 106 Beer 131 Carved fruit and vegetable garnishes 156 Boots, shoes and slippers – a pair – any 107 Liqueurs’ 132 Celebratory item representing type. Please provide a short background 108 Wine commitment to their story, use etc. This will be taken 109 Any other home made non-alcoholic 133 Doll, handmade into account when judged. beverage 134 Felted article 157 Collections – six items from your 135 Hat, decorated collection. Any type of small collection Category J: Eggs 136 Jewellery – could be teddies, teapots, Dolphins, All entries must have been home produced. frog ornaments… whatever you collect, 137 Lampshade 110 6 duck eggs we’d love six of the best from your 138 Lead lighting collection to exhibit. 111 6 brown hen eggs 139 Leatherwork 158 Drag Costume. (Please provide a 112 6 white hen eggs 140 Masquerade mask display mannequin or stand.) 113 Sensational display of a dozen eggs 141 Original or novelty craft Category O: Photography Category K: Home crafts 142 Rainbow article of any description Mounted on card 25cm x20cm (10 All entries must have been prepared/made by 143 Silk or fabric painting x 8 inches.) The exhibitor must have the exhibitor. Please include a description of 144 Teddy Bear, handmade photographed all entries. ‘other or items’ entered. 145 Woodwork 159 Queer family group or portrait 114 Apron 160 Any subject 115 Baby outfit, hand knitted Category M: Junior (under 16) Entries 116 Beanie, knitted or crocheted All entries must have been prepared/made by 117 Child’s garment, hand knitted the exhibitor. Please include a description of ‘Any variety’ Items entered. 118 Child’s garment, machined sewed 146 Junior cookery, any cake, iced or un-iced 119 Crocheted item 147 Junior cookery, breakfast in bed tray 120 Cushion, most attractive 148 Junior cookery, any slice or biscuit, 121 Embroidery any item plate of 4 122 Jumper, hand knitted Rules and Regulations Delivery All entries to be delivered to the Show marquee between 9am and 10.00am on Sunday 29 November. Stewards will be on hand to receive your entry. If your entry needs hanging, you need to supply the means to hang it. Judging The Judges decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into. Security Many entries are valuable. Feast will have Feast security staff at the Show at all times. Damage All reasonable care will be taken by Feast Show stewards. Feast will not be responsible for loss or damage that may occur to any entry, during or after the event. Late Entries Late entries may be accepted & displayed but may not be judged. Display No identification of entrants on entries until after judging. Exhibitors name cards will be placed with entries after judging by stewards. Pick ups Entries must be picked up 4.30pm– 5.00pm on Sunday 29 Nov from the Show marquee. Feast Show photography by Peter Holderness & Brenton Smith.
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