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DIXON MAY FAIR

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									                          Welcome to the 136th Annual

               DIXON MAY FAIR
                         An A-FORD-able-AFFAIR
                                    May 4 – 8, 2011




                            36TH District Agricultural Association
                                  BOARD OF DIRECTORS
                           Mary Harris, President Sue Vaccaro, President elect
                        Hendrick Crowell, Jill Turner, Lloyd McCabe, Garland Porter
                        Richard Hamilton, Ray McCluskey, Tom Raycraft

                                            Dixon May Fair
                                             P.O. Box 459
                                           Dixon, CA 95620
                                 (707) 678-5529 - FAX (707) 678-4765
                                        www.dixonmayfair.com

         It is the sincere pleasure of the Board of Directors of the 36th District Agricultural Association and the
State of California to welcome all of you, to the 136th Annual Dixon May Fair, AN A FORD able AFFAIR for 5
Fun filled days. In this special time for Americans our Fair represents the traditional values associated with
rural and small town life, the importance of family and the preservation of agriculture. We are honored to be
Solano County’s showcase for 4-H, FFA, Grange and Independent youth projects; adult exhibits and the
vocations and avocations of our friends and neighbors. This heritage and purpose are the things that make our
Fair a very special event.
         The Dixon May Fair is a wonderful group of dedicated people made up of volunteers, sponsors, staff,
state and county officials, Friends of Dixon May Fair, concessionaires, judges, board members, auction
buyers, performers, commercial exhibitors, carnival workers, guest, and most important, exhibitors like you.
Your participation in Junior Livestock and Competitive exhibits is what makes the fair A FORD able AFFAIR!
Once again, welcome to the 136th annual Dixon May Fair- The biggest little fair in the state of California!

Thanks for being with us.
Mary Harris
President 36th District Agricultural Association
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                    2011 DIXON MAY
                2011 DIXON MAY FAIR
                          FAIR
    ENTRIES ACCEPTED ON FEBRUARY 1ST, 8:30 A.M.
      ENTRIES OPEN ON FEBRUARY 1st, 8:30 A.M.
           ENTRIES CLOSE Friday, APRIL 8th, 7:00 P.M.
                            CUT FLOWER ENTRIES CLOSE
                             FRIDAY, April 29th, 5:00 P.M.
HOW TO ENTER
1. Obtain an Exhibitor Handbook. There will be entry forms in the back of the book.
   Make copies of the forms if you need more space, or pick up additional forms in the Dixon May Fair office.
   The Exhibitor Handbook is also available online at www.dixonmayfair.com.

2. Decide what you would like to enter and find the proper category.
   Put the division and class numbers, along with the description or title of your item, in the appropriate space
   on the entry form. ONE ENTRY PER LINE PLEASE.

3. Please type or print neatly.

4. Each exhibitor must sign their entry form (even pre-schoolers must make their mark). Junior exhibitors
   must also have a parent or instructor’s signature.

5. Refer to the instructions for each category for dates and times to bring your entry to the fairgrounds.

6. You may also go online and enter using your Credit Card at www.dixonmayfair.com

   YOU MUST PICK UP YOUR ENTRIES ON MONDAY, MAY 9th. Check the release schedule for times.
     Entries not picked up on the release date will be held for 30 days before becoming property of the
     Dixon May Fair and will be discarded.
     Bring your completed entry form, along with the entry fees, to the administration office at the
     Dixon May Fair, or mail your form and fees to:
                                   Dixon May Fair Entries
                                   P.O. Box 459
                                   Dixon, CA 95620

    Mailed entries must be POSTMARKED AT A POSTAL FACILITY BY 5:00 P.M. Friday, April 8, 2011.

                 METERED MAIL IS NOT ACCEPTABLE AS PROOF OF MAIL DEADLINE.
                      Dixon May Fair is not responsible for lost or misdirected mail.

                               Entry office hours: 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. weekdays

                  For additional information call 707-678-5529 or e-mail info@dmayfair.com
                All forms and information are available on our website; www.dixonmayfair.com
                 You may also visit our website and find online for online entries:
        You may also visit our website and find the link forthe linkentries; www.dixonmayfair.com
                                  www.dixonmayfair.com
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ENTRY INFORMATION                                                                      TODAY’S YOUTH SHOWCASE
   How to Enter ................................................2                          Youth Collections.............................................. 32
     Entry forms located at the back of book                                               Youth Science .................................................. 33
                                                                                           Youth Industrial Craft........................................ 33
GENERAL RULES & INFORMATION ..............4                                                Youth Group Project ......................................... 33
                                                                                           Sponsor Acknowledgement .............................. 34
INTERIOR LIVING SHOWCASE
     Quilt Show...........................................................5
     Home Leisure......................................................5               INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION SHOWCASE
     Creative Fashion .................................................6                   Architectural Drafting ........................................ 35
     Home Arts & Crafts .............................................7                     Mechanical Drafting.......................................... 35
     Collections...........................................................8               Photography, (Color & B&W)............................ 35
     Preserved Foods ............................................. 8-9                     Metals ............................................................... 35
     Home Living (Vignettes) ....................................10                        Woods .............................................................. 36
     Table Settings ...................................................10                  Taxidermy......................................................... 36
     Baked Foods .....................................................11                   Wildlife Art & Photography................................ 36
     Decorated Cakes...............................................12                      Other Projects................................................... 36
     Cooking Contest................................................12                     Wearable Art..................................................... 36

FINE ARTS SHOWCASE
     Novice Fine Arts ................................................13               AG MECHANICS SHOWCASE
     Amateur Fine Arts .............................................13                     Repaired Farm Equipment ............................... 37
     Professional Fine Arts .......................................14                      Constructed Farm Equipment........................... 37
     Three Dimensional Fine Arts.............................14
     Fine Arts Theme Show......................................14
                                                                                       JUNIOR LIVESTOCK SHOWCASE
PHOTOGRAPHY SHOWCASE                                                                       General Junior Show Rules ......................... 38-40
     Black & White Prints..........................................15                      Trailer Park Rules & Regulations...................... 41
     Color Prints .......................................................15                Junior Livestock Auction .............................. 42-43
     Theme Show .....................................................15                    Royalty Court.................................................... 44
     Special Photo Contest.......................................15                        Junior Horse Show ........................................... 45
                                                                                           Junior Beef Show ........................................ 46-48
FLORICULTURE SHOWCASE                                                                      Junior Dairy Cattle Show ............................. 48-49
     Potted Plant Show.............................................16                      Junior Dairy Goat Show............................... 49-50
     Cut Flower Show......................................... 17-19                        Junior Meat Goat Show ............................... 51-52
     Arrangement Show............................................19                        Junior Sheep Show ..................................... 52-54
     Indoor Garden Show .........................................20                        Junior Swine Show ...................................... 55-56
     Youth Theme Gardens ......................................21                          Junior Poultry Show.................................... 57-58
     Home Winemaking ............................................21                        Junior Rabbit Show ..................................... 59-60
     Youth Arrangements .........................................22                        4-H Dog Care & Training Show ........................ 60
     Youth Cut Flowers.............................................22                      Showmanship ................................................... 60
     Youth Potted Plants...........................................23                      Supreme Showmanship ................................... 61
     Youth Horticulture .............................................23                    Livestock/Agricultural Educational Display ....... 62
     Barrel Gardens ..................................................24                   Clean Pen......................................................... 62
     Flower Boxes ....................................................24

TODAY’S YOUTH SHOWCASE                                                                 RECEIVING SCHEDULE.............................63-64
     Pre-School Showcase .......................................25
     Special Friends .................................................25               JUDGING SCHEDULE ................................65-66
     Youth Decorated/Painted Items ........................26
     Youth Playtime Items ........................................26                   RELEASE SCHEDULE ................................... 66
     Youth Needle Craft............................................26
     Youth Creative Fashions ...................................26                     ENTRY FORMS
     Youth Home Furnishings...................................26                           Non-Livestock................................................... 67
     Youth Miniatures ...............................................26                    Small Animal Form ........................................... 69
     Youth Missions ..................................................26                   First Aide Form ................................................. 70
     Youth Cooking Contest .....................................27                         Livestock Form ................................................. 71
     Youth Table Setting...........................................27                      First Aide Form (Livestock Exhibitors) .............. 72
     Youth Decorated Foods ....................................28                          Horse Show ................................................. 73-74
     Youth Baked Foods...........................................28                        Liability Agreement (Horse Exhibitors) ............. 75
     Youth Preserved Foods.....................................29                          First Aide Form (Horse Exhibitors) ................... 76
     Youth Craft ........................................................30
     Youth Fine Arts/Computer Arts ................... 30-31
     Youth Photography...................................... 31-32
                                                                                       ROYALTY COURT APPLICATION................. 77
     Youth Still Life Educational Exhibits ..................32
                                                                                       LIVESTOCK RV APPLICATION ..................... 79
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                                 GENERAL RULES AND INFORMATION
GENERAL RULES & INFORMATION
1.                                GENERAL RULES AND INFORMATION
     Entry forms will be accepted in the Dixon May Fair Entry
     Office starting on February 1, 2010. Entry forms will be
 GENERAL RULES & INFORMATION during business
     received in the Entry Office either by mail or                             A.System of Judging:
      Entry 8:30-12, be 1-5 p.m. in the Dixon
 1. hours, forms willand acceptedweekdays. May Fair Entry                       1. Danish System – The judging process to compare each
      Office must be at www.dixonmayfair.com by 7:00 p.m.
2. Entries or online turned in at the Entry Officestarting on                  exhibit on its own merit against the scorecard or recognized
     Friday, April 9, 2010. Metered mail is not acceptable as proof
      February 1, 2011. Entry forms will be received in the Entry              standard and award as many first placing, etc as merited.
      Office either by Mailed entries must be hours, 8:30-12, and
     of mail deadline. mail or during business postmarked (USPS                 2.American System – The judging process to rank exhibits
                                                                                 A. System of Judging:
      1-5 p.m. no later than Friday April 9, 2010.
     Postmark)weekdays.                                                          1. Danish System and award one first placing, one second,
                                                                               against one another – The judging process to compare each etc.
3. Any information not found in the Dixon May Fair Guidebook ,
 2. Entries must be turned in at the Entry Office by 7:00 p.m.                 B. Exhibitor own merit against the scorecard ordefinitions in
                                                                                exhibit on its — The owner of the exhibit. (See recognized
      Friday, April 8, 2011. may be mail is not acceptable the
     for further clarification, Metered obtained by contacting as proof         standard Book)
                                                                               State Ruleand award as many first placing, etc as merited.
     Entry Office.
      of mail deadline. Mailed entries must be postmarked (USPS                C. Exhibit — An entryThe judging process when it exhibits
                                                                                 2.American System – becomes an exhibit to rank is shown
      Postmark) entry fees must accompany entry
4. Designated no later than Friday April 8, 2011. forms.                        against or judged at the fair.
                                                                                          one another and award one first placing, one second, etc.
 3. Any fees are nonrefundable.
5. Entry information not found in the Dixon May Fair Handbook                   D. Entry — An object, animal the collection of objects or in
                                                                                B. Exhibitor —The owner of for exhibit. (See definitions
      book, or further clarification, may be obtained unless
6. Showcases are open to all California residents,by contacting                animals intended for exhibit.
                                                                                State Rule Book)
     otherwise noted.
      the Entry Office.                                                         C. Exhibit — An entry becomes an exhibit when it is shown,
 4. Designated entry fees must accompany sponsor of
7. The 36th District Agricultural Association, entry forms.the                  NOTE TO EXHIBITORS: All rules contained in “State Rules for
                                                                                           Or judged at the fair.
      Entry fees are assumes no responsibility for loss or
 5. Dixon May Fair,nonrefundable.                                                D. Entry — An object, animal for collection of Fairs &
                                                                               California Fairs” as established by the Divisionof objects or
 6. damage to exhibits. to all California residents, unless
      Showcases are open                                                       Expositions apply to this fair. A copy may be obtained at our local
                                                                                animals intended for exhibit.
      otherwise Fair management reserves the right to disqualify
8. Dixon May noted.                                                            fair office, or from the Division of Fairs & Exposition (send a self
      The 36th District exhibited.
 7. articles previously Agricultural Association, sponsor of the               addressed, stamped envelope,) 1010 Hurley Way #200,at our
                                                                                Expositions apply to this fair. A copy may be obtained
      Dixon exhibit selected for display at the 2010 loss or
9. Still life May Fair, assumes no responsibility for Dixon May                 local fair office, 95825. www.cdfa.ca.gov/fe
                                                                               Sacramento, CA or from the Division of Fairs & Expositions (send
     Fair may not be released prior to Monday, May 10, 2010.
      damage to exhibits.                                                      Check the website, www.dixonmayfair.com in “State Rules for
                                                                                NOTE TO EXHIBITORS: All rules contained
 8. Dixon May Fair allowed on the Dixon Fairgrounds,
10. No dogs will be management reserves the right to disqualify                 California Fairs” as established by the Division of Fairs & a self
     except for those canines entered in fair competition or
      articles previously exhibited.                                            addressed, stamped envelope,) 1010 Hurley Way #200,
      No still life exhibit selected for display at May Fair
 9. assisting state-certified disabled Dixonthe 2011 Dixon May                  Sacramento, CA 95825. www.cdfa.ca.gov/fe
     visitors. be released prior to Monday, May 9, 2011.
      Fair may                                                                  Check the website, www.dixonmayfair.com
 10. No dogs will be does not guarantee correct judging
11. Placing of ribbons allowed on the Dixon Fairgrounds,
      except for those canines placing in fair competition
     placement. Only the official enteredstated on the judgingor
     sheet(s) constitutes the final placement (State Rule IV #10).
      assisting state-certified disabled Dixon May Fair
12. No exhibitor shall receive more than two cash awards in any
      visitors.
      Placing of ribbons American judging system. judging
 11. one class using the does not guarantee correct (See
      placement. Only the (State Rule IV #6 for on the
     definition of exhibitor.) official placing stated further judging
     clarification.)
      sheet(s) constitutes the final placement (State Rule IV #10).
13. Premium checks must be cashed within three months from
 12. No exhibitor shall receive more than two cash awards in any
     date issued.
      one class using the American judging system. (See
      definition of are applicable to all competitions.
14. All state rulesexhibitor.) (State Rule IV #6 for further
15. Upon signature and submittal of entry form, exhibitors and
      clarification.)
      Premium checks must be cashed within three that:
 13. their agents, parents and leaders acknowledge months from
        a. they understand the State Rules and local fair THREE
      date issued. NO REPLACEMENT CHECKS AFTERrules;
        b. they
      MONTHS. agree to abide by these rules;
        c. they certify applicable to all competitions.
 14. All state rules arethat all information on the form is true &
 15. Upon accurate; and submittal of entry form, exhibitors and
              signature
        d. they agree to comply with the fair’s decision regarding
      their agents, parents and leaders acknowledge that:
               they understand the State local and
         a. any violation of the state or Rulesrule. local fair rules;
         b. they event that it is by these rules;
        e. In the agree to abide determined there has been
               they certify that all of animals on the form is true &
         c. unethical treatment informationor violation of state or
             federal regulations or of state or local fair drug policy
               accurate;
               They agree to names will the fair’s decision
         d. rules, exhibitorscomply with be forward to F & E as
               regarding any the Network of California fairs and
             well as given toviolation of the state or local rule. to
         e. appropriate government agencies.
               In the event that it is determined there has been
               unethical treatment of at the Entry Office.
16. State rule books are available animals or violation of state or
               federal regulations or of state to the fair drug policy
17. The following definitions are importantor localunderstanding
     of this guidebook:
               rules, exhibitors names will be forward to F & E as
               well as given to the Network of California fairs and to
               appropriate government agencies.
 16. State rule books are available at the Entry Office.
 17. The following definitions are important to the understanding
      of this premium book:




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                     INTERIOR LIVING SHOWCASE – Department 100
INTERIOR LIVING SHOWCASE                                                 Division 101 Miscellaneous QUILT
                                                                         Class
ALL ENTRIES OPEN FEBRUARY 1st                                            1. Tied Quilt, specify size
                                                                         2. First Quilt, specify size
All entries in these shows must have been home produced
                                                                         3. Embroidered Quilt, any size
by the exhibitor within two years of the opening date with
                                                                         4. Appliqué
the exception of preserved foods which must be within one
                                                                         5. Art, Novelty, or group quilt
year of the 2011 Dixon May Fair to be eligible for premium
                                                                         6. Any other Quilted Item
awards and must not have been shown in any Dixon May
Fair.
  Subclasses within each class may be established for judging if         Prairie Quilters of Dixon are sponsoring a Fair Theme
the quantity entered and the variety of exhibits warrant.                Challenge for 2011.This will be a special class for Quilted
Premiums will be awarded as listed to each subclass established.         Wall Hangings, representing the Fair theme, not to exceed
  A minimum of six entries are necessary to subdivide a class. All       40” X 40”. They will be Judged on Best Interpretation of
State and Local Rules apply to entries. (State Rule Booklets are         the Fair Theme and overall workmanship. Prairie Quilters
available in our office)                                                 of Dixon will offer ribbons and cash prizes, 1st place $25.00,
  Exhibits not picked up within 30 days following fair will be           2nd Place $15.00 and 3rd Place $10.00.
discarded.

QUILT SHOW
                                                                         HOME LEISURE SHOW
     ENTRIES CLOSE:        Friday, April 8, 2011, 7:00pm
     ENTRY FEE:            $1.50 per entry, per class                         ENTRIES CLOSE:        Friday, April 8, 2011, 7:00 p.m.
     EXHIBITS RECEIVED: Saturday, April 23,                                   ENTRY FEE:            $1.50 per entry, per class
                        10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.                               EXHIBITS RECEIVED: Saturday, April 23,
                        Interior Living Building                                                 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
     JUDGING:              Monday, April 25, 10:00 a.m.                                          Interior Living Building
     EXHIBITS RELEASED: Monday, May 9, 12 noon to 6pm                         JUDGING:              Monday, April 25, 10:00 a.m.
                                                                              EXHIBITS RELEASED; Monday, May 9, 12 noon to 6 pm
                American System of Judging
                 1st-$10 2nd-$8 3rd-$5                                                   American System of Judging
                                                                                          1st-$10 2nd-$8 3rd-$5
                  Best of Division Awards:
                          1st-$25                                                          Best of Division Awards:
SPECIAL RULES & INFORMATION                                                                        1st-$25
1.    A standard 4" sleeve is REQUIRED ON ALL QUILTS.
2.    List measurements of quilt on entry form.
3.    List design name, if available, on entry form.                     SPECIAL RULES & INFORMATION
4.    A quilt is defined as a two layer fabric work with filler          1.    All needlepoint, embroidery and cross-stitch pictures
      between, being held together with fine running stitches;                 Have to be framed for hanging.
      tied, machine or a combination.
5.    The top of the quilt must be of pieced materials or solid          Division 105 AFGHAN
      cloth; no pre-printed imitation piecework.                         Class
6.    Not all quilts will be displayed hanging from the wall             1. Crocheted
                                                                         2. Embroidered
Division 100 QUILTS                                                      3. Granny Squares
Class                                                                    4. Hand Knitted
1. Hand Quilted, Wall Hanging (specify size)                             5. Ripple Stitch
2. Hand Quilted, Baby Quilt (specify size)                               6. Strips
3. Hand Quilted, Lap/Twin Quilt (specify size)                           7. Stripes
4. Hand Quilted, Double/Queen/King                                       8. Any other, specify
5. Machine Quilted by Exhibitor, Wall Hanging (specify size)
6. Machine Quilted by Exhibitor, Baby Quilt (specify size)               Division 106       NEEDLEPOINT
7. Machine Quilted by Exhibitor, Lap/Twin Quilt (specify size)           Class
8. Machine Quilted by Exhibitor, Double/Queen/King (specify              1. Original Item, not using preprinted or stamped canvas
    size)                                                                2. Picture(s), framed with wire hangers
9. Machine Quilted by other than Exhibitor, Wall Hanging                 3. Any other type, specify
10. Machine Quilted by other than Exhibitor, Baby Quilt
11. Machine Quilted by other than Exhibitor, Lap/Twin Quilt
12. Machine Quilted by other than Exhibitor, Double/Queen/King


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                    INTERIOR LIVING SHOWCASE – Department 100


Division 107      EMBROIDERY                   Division 114      NEEDLECRAFT
Class                                          Class
1. Baby Items                                  1. Any other, specify
2. Cross Stitch
3. Crewel Embroidery
4. Dresser Scarf
5. Machine Embroidered Item, specify
6. Pillowcases
7. Tablecloth
8. Wall Hanging                                CREATIVE FASHION SHOW
9. Liquid Embroidered item, specify
10. Counted Cross Stitch
11. Any other, specify                           ENTRIES CLOSE:          Friday, April 8, 2011, 7:00 p.m.
                                                 ENTRY FEE:              $1.50 per entry, per class
Division 109       KNITTED ITEMS                 EXHIBITS RECEIVED: Saturday, April 23,
Class                                                               10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
1. Baby Items                                                       Interior Living Building
2. Cap, Hat
3. Doily                                         JUDGING:                Monday, April 25, 10:00 a.m.
4. Scarf                                         EXHIBITS RELEASED: Monday, May 9, 12 noon to 6 p.m.
5. Slipper, Socks
6. Sweater
7. Any other, Specify                                       American System of Judging
                                                             1st-$10 2nd-$8 3rd-$5
Division 110      CROCHETED
Class
                                                              Best of Division Awards:
1. Baby Items                                                         1st-$25
2. Tablecloth
3. Doily, runner                               SPECIAL RULES & INFORMATION
4. Dresser Scarf or Vanity Set                 All clothes must be clean and free of stains.
5. Hat or Cap
6. Jacket, Coat, Dress or 2 Piece Outfit
7. Pillow                                      Division 121       MEN’S WEAR
8. Scarf                                       Class
9. Slippers                                    1. Jacket
10. Sweater                                    2. Pants
11. Any other, specify                         3. Shirt
                                               4. Any other, specify
Division 111      TOY AND SOFT DOLLS
Class                                          Division 122       CHILDREN’S WEAR
1. Doll, specify on entry                      Class
2. Stuffed Animals, specify                    1. Shirt
3. Any other, specify                          2. Dress
                                               3. Jacket
                                               4. Pants or Shorts
Division 112 HOME HOLIDAY DECORATIONS          5. Skirt
Class                                          6. Any other, specify
1. Wreath, swags arrangements
2. Painted Decorations
                                               Division 123       WOMEN’S WEAR
3. Wall Hanging
                                               Class
4. Any other Holiday, specify
                                               1. Blouse
                                               2. Dress, Casual, Evening or Formal
Division 113       FIBER ART/HANDSPUN          3. Jacket, pants, vest or Skirt
Class                                          4. Recycled Clothing – must provide description or
1. Handspun Yarn – Skein                           photo of before item
2. Handspun Yarn - Hand-Woven                  5. Costume
3. Weaving / Wearable                          6. Any other, specify
4. Weaving/ Other
5. Handspun Yarn/Knitted
6. Felted
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                    INTERIOR LIVING SHOWCASE – Department 100
HOME ARTS & CRAFTS SHOW
                                                                  Division 135 FINE JEWELERY
                                                                  Class
  ENTRIES CLOSE:            Friday, April 8, 7:00 p.m.            1. Individual item
                                                                  2. 2 piece set
  ENTRY FEE:                $1.50 per entry, per class            3. 3 piece set
  EXHIBITS RECEIVED: Saturday, April 23,
                     10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
                     Interior Living Building
  JUDGING:                  Monday, April 25, 10:00 a.m.          Division 137         CRAFT PROJECTS
                                                                  Class
  EXHIBITS RELEASED: Monday, May 9, 12 noon to 6 p.m.             1. Artificial Arrangement, Floral, Sprays, Wreaths & Swags
             American System of Judging                           2. Bath/Facial Soap or Body Lotion
                                                                  3. Candle Making
              1st-$10 2nd-$8 3rd-$5                               4. Decorated Basket/ Flower Pot
                                                                  5. Egg Shell Artistry
               Best of Division Awards:                           6. Glass Work, any kind
                       1st-$25                                    7. Leatherwork
SPECIAL RULES & INFORMATION                                       8. Painted Objects
Hand Thrown Pottery should be entered in the 3-D FINE ARTS        9. Stained Glass
AND CRAFTS.                                                       10. Wall Decorations
                                                                  11. Any other, specify

Division 130      CERAMICS GLAZE
Class
1. Bird or Animal                                                 Division 138         MINATURES
2. Bowl/Dish                                                      Class
3. Figurine                                                       1. Any type, specify
4. Any other, specify

                                                                  Division 139 SCRAPBOOKING EXHIBITORS MAY
Division 131      OPAQUE UNDERGLAZE                               SUBMIT ONE PAGE OR A TWO PAGE THEME SPREAD IN A
Class                                                             PROTECTIVE SLEEVE FROM A SCRAPBOOK FOR JUDGING
1. Container                                                      AND LAYOUT, NOT THE WHOLE BOOK. PROVIDE NAME
2. Figurine, specify                                              AND ADDRESS ON THE BACK OF THE EXHIBIT
3. Plate, Planter or Vase                                         Class
4. Any other, specify                                             1. People
                                                                  2. Sports
                                                                  3. Vacation/Travel
                                                                  4. Holiday
Division 132      MISCELLANEOUS CERAMICS
AND STAINS                                                        Division 140         WOOD
Class                                                             Class
1. Bird or Animal, specify                                        1. Kit
2. Figurine, specify                                              2. Non-Kit
3. Any other, specify
                                                                  Division 141 METALS
Division 133      CHINA PAINTING                                  Class
Class                                                             1. SMALL PROJECTS LESS THAN 3’X3’
1.   Animal                                                       2. ANY OTHER, SPECIFY NOT OVER 4’X4’
2. Flowers
3. Fruits
4. Scenes                                                             Division 142 TAXIDERMY
5. Any other, specify                                             CLASS
                                                                  1. GAME HEADS ANTLERED/HORNED
                                                                  2. ANY OTHER, SPECIFY

Division 134      BEAD WORK
Class
1. Jewelry
2. Clothing
3. Purse
4. Any other, specify



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                       INTERIOR LIVING SHOWCASE – Department 100
                      COLLECTIONS
                      INTERIOR LIVING SHOWCASE – Department 100
                                                                            SPECIAL RULES & INFORMATION
                  COLLECTIONS 7:00 p.m.
     ENTRIES CLOSE:  Friday, April 8, 2011,                                 1. All entries must be home prepared and canned or packaged
COLLECTIONS                                                                    by the exhibitor within ONE YEAR of the opening date of the
     ENTRY FEE:              $2.00 per entry, per class                     SPECIAL RULES & INFORMATION
                                                                               2011 Dixon May Fair.
     EXHIBITS RECEIVED: Friday, April 8, 2011, 7:00 p.m.
     ENTRIES CLOSE:     Saturday, April 23,                                 2. Exhibit entry jars must show method of canned or for low
                                                                            1. All entries must be home prepared and preserving packaged
                        10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.                                acid foods. A label must be YEAR of the opening date of the
                                                                               by the exhibitor within ONE on bottom of jar.
     ENTRY FEE:         $2.00 per entry, per class                          3. Non-acid foods must be canned under pressure.
                                                                               2011 Dixon May Fair.
                        Interior Living Building
     EXHIBITS RECEIVED: Saturday, April 23,                                 4.          item jars eligible if method of preserving at low
                                                                            2. Exhibit entryis notmust showthey have been shown for any
                        10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.                                previous fair.
                                                                               acid foods. A label must be on bottom of jar.
                        Interior Living Building
                                        Building                            3. Non-acid foods must be canned under pressure. which
                                                                            5. All products being considered for the cash awards,
                                                                               have not otherwise been if they have been shown at any
                                                                            4. Exhibit item is not eligibleeliminated from consideration, will
                                                                               be opened.
                                                                               previous fair.
               American System of Judging                                   6. STANDARD JAR: An entry consists of two jars. A
                                                                            5. All products being considered for the cash awards, which
               1st-$15 2nd-$10 3rd-$5                                          container specifically or specially designed for canning
                                                                               have not otherwise been eliminated from consideration, will
                                                                               be opened. jar should be a smaller one for judging.
                                                                               purpose. One
               American System of Judging                                   6. STANDARD JAR: An entry consists ofhave jars. A LIDS.
                                                                            7. NO PARAFFIN SEALS. All jars must two SEALED
                Best of Division Awards:
               1st-$15 2nd-$10 3rd-$5                                          container specifically or that are free from rust. canning
                                                                               Lids must include rings specially designed for
                        1st- $25.00
                                                                            8. No refrigeration available. a smaller one for judging.
                                                                               purpose. One jar should be
               Best of Division Awards:                                     7. NO PARAFFIN SEALS. All jars must have SEALED LIDS.
SPECIAL RULES & INFORMATION
                   st                                                          Lids must include rings that are free from rust.
                          1 - $25.00
1. A display of an exhibitor’s hobby and /or collection.                    8. No refrigeration available.
                                                                            Division 145 DRIED FOODS
2.    Collections will be judged on originality, display arrangement
SPECIAL RULES & INFORMATION
   and overall appearance.                                                  6 PIECES, PACKAGED IN A ZIP LOCK BAG
3.
1.    A display of 10 pieces of hobby and /or collection.
      Maximumof an exhibitor’s large items or 20 pieces of small            Class
2.    items.
      Collections will be judged on originality, display arrangement        Division 145 DRIED FOODS
                                                                            1. Fruit
4.    and overall space of 3’
      Limited to aappearance.X 3’                                           2. Jerky
                                                                            6 PIECES, PACKAGED IN A ZIP LOCK BAG
5.
3.    Scoring is based on the following:
      Maximum of 10 pieces of large items or 20 pieces of small             3. Vegetables
                                                                            Class
      items. (10 percent),
      Labeling                                                              4. Fruit
                                                                            1. Any other, specify
4.    Originality (20 percent)
      Limited to a space of 3’ X 3’                                         2. Jerky
5.    Scoring (50 percent) the following:
      Display is based on                                                   Division 146 CANNED FRUITS
                                                                            3. Vegetables
      Quality (20 percent)
      Labeling (10 percent),                                                4. Any other, specify
                                                                            Class
      Originality (20 percent)                                              1. Apricots
      Display (50 percent)                                                  Division 146 CANNED FRUITS
                                                                            2. Cherries
      Quality (20 percent)                                                  3. Peaches
                                                                            Class
Division 143 COLLECTIONS ADULT                                              4. Pears
                                                                            1. Apricots
Class                                                                       5. Fruit Juice
                                                                            2. Cherries
1. Adult                                                                    6. Any other,
                                                                            3. Peaches specify
Division 143 COLLECTIONS ADULT                                              4. Pears
                                                                            Division 147
                                                                            5. Fruit Juice      CANNED VEGETABLES
PRESERVED
Class
1. Adult
                        FOODS SHOW                                          6. Any other, specify
                                                                            Class
                                                                            1. Corn
                                                                            2. Olives 147       CANNED VEGETABLES
                                                                            Division (specify type)
                Friday, SHOW
PRESERVED FOODSApril 8, 2011, 7:00 p.m.
 ENTRIES CLOSE:
                                                                            3. Tomatoes
                                                                            Class
     ENTRY FEE:              $1.50 per entry, per class                     4. Vegetable Juice
                                                                            1. Corn
     EXHIBITS RECEIVED: Friday, April 8, 2011, 7:00 p.m.
     ENTRIES CLOSE:     Saturday, April 23,                                 5. Any other, specify
                                                                            2. Olives (specify type)
                        10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.                             3. Tomatoes
     ENTRY FEE:         $1.50 per entry, per class                          4. Vegetable Juice
                        Interior Living Building
     EXHIBITS RECEIVED: Saturday, April 23,                                 5. Any other, specify
                                                                            Division 148 PICKLES & RELISHES
     JUDGING:           Monday, April 25, 10:00 a.m.
                        10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.                             Class
     EXHIBITS RELEASED: Open Jars, Monday, April 25
                        Interior Living Building                            1. Bread & Butter Pickles
     JUDGING:
                        4:00 – 5:00 p.m.
                        Monday, April 25, 10:00 a.m.                        Division 148 PICKLES
                                                                            2. Dill Pickles                  & RELISHES
                        Displayed Jars, Monday, May 9,                      3. Sweet Pickles
                                                                            Class
     EXHIBITS RELEASED: Open Jars, 6 p.m. April 25
                        12 noon to Monday,                                  1. Relish & Butter Pickles
                                                                            4. Bread (specify)
                        4:00 – 5:00 p.m.                                    5. Any other,
                                                                            2. Dill Picklesspecify
              American System of Judging May 9,
                        Displayed Jars, Monday,                             3. Sweet Pickles
                        2nd-$8 3rd-$5
               1st-$10 12 noon to 6 p.m.                                    4. Relish (specify)
                                                                            5. Any other, specify
               American System of Judging
                 Best of Division Awards:
                1st-$10 2nd-$8 3rd-$5
                         1st-$25
                  Best of Division Awards:
                          1st-$25


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Division 149      JAMS
Class
1. Apricot
2. Blackberry
3. Boysenberry
4. Grape
5. Peach
6. Raspberry
7. Strawberry
8. Any other, specify



Division 150     JELLIES
Class
1. Blackberry
2. Boysenberry
3. Grape
4. Raspberry
5. Strawberry
6. Pomegranate
7. Any other, specify



Division 151      PRESERVES & CONSERVES
Class
1. Apricot
2. Peach
3. Plum
4. Any other, specify


Division 152 MARMALADES, BUTTER
CONSERVES
Class
1. Apple Butter
2. Apricot
3. Apricot/Pineapple
4. Orange Marmalade
5. Any other, specify

Division 153      SAUCES
Class
1. Barbecue
2. Chili
3. Salsa
4. Pasta
5. Any other, specify

Division 154       VINEGARS
Class
1. Garlic
2. Herb
3. Wine
4. Any other, specify


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                       INTERIOR LIVING SHOWCASE – Department 100
HOME LIVING SHOW                                                           TABLE SETTING SHOW
     ENTRIES CLOSE:           Friday, April 8, 2011, 7:00 p.m.                  ENTRIES CLOSE:           Friday, April 8, 2011, 7:00 p.m.
     ENTRY FEE:               $10.00 per exhibit                                ENTRY FEE:               $2.00 per entry
     LIMIT:                   First FOUR Entries in each class                  LIMIT:                   One entry per exhibitor

     EXHIBITS RECEIVED: Saturday, April 30,
                        12:00 noon to 8:00 p.m.                                 EXHIBITS RECEIVED: Saturday, April 30,
                        Today’s Youth Building                                                     4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
                                                                                                   Interior Living Building
     JUDGING:                 Sunday, May 1, 2:00 p.m.
                                                                                JUDGING:                 Sunday, May 1, 1:00 p.m.
     EXHIBITS RELEASED: Monday, May 9, 12 noon to 6 p.m.
                                                                                EXHIBITS RELEASED: Monday, May 9, 12 noon to 6 p.m.




              American System of Judging                                                  American System of Judging
        1st-$100 2nd-$75 3rd-$50 4th-$35                                            1st-$25 2nd-$20 3rd-$15 4th-$10

                  Best of Division Awards:                                                   Best of Division Awards:
                        Ribbon Only                                                                Ribbon Only

                     Special Award:                                                             Special Award:
         The Catherine Southard Perpetual Trophy                                         Margaret Ford Challenge Trophy
                                                                                                Top Table Setting


THIS SHOW OFFERS COMPETITION IN INTERIOR DESIGN
                                                                           SPECIAL RULES & INFORMATION
THROUGH THE USE OF AREA VIGNETTES JUDGED ON THE
BASIS OF ORIGINALITY USING FUNCTIONS OF DESIGN                             1.    If an entrant fails to bring in their entry, they will forfeit the
SUCH AS COLOR, TEXTURE, SCALE, BALANCE AND                                       option to enter this division the following year.
PROPORTION. AN ARTICLE OR TWO OF FUNITURE                                  2.    Menu must be furnished for display on table on a 3” x 5” card
INDICATIVE OF THE STYLE AND TYPE OF ROOM WILL                                    that is neatly lettered or typed.
DECORATE THE VIGNETTE.                                                     3.    Tables furnished by exhibitor are not to exceed 40” x 40”.
                                                                           4.    Food is not permitted on tables, with the exception of non-
                                                                                 perishable food.
SPECIAL RULES & INFORMATION                                                5.    An exhibit consists of two place settings.
1.    The following rules must be followed or vignette will be             6.    NO FLATWARE ON THE TABLES. NO PAPER
      disqualified.                                                              PRODUCTS. (ie- paper plates or cups)
2.    Stages consist of 5’ x 5’ floor with a 6.5’ back wall. Stage               Scoring is based on the following:
      sits on a 6” base. Stages must be                                             Interpretation of Theme (25%)
      You are allowed to paint, paper, and/or covered in some                       Harmony, Attractiveness, Overall Setting (20%)
      way; this includes the vertical and horizontal sides, only if                 Compatibility of Materials (20%)
      needed. Ceilings and wall additions will not be allowed.                      Placement of Decorative Unit (15%)
3.    Scoring is based on the following:                                            Distinction or Originality (20%)
             Interpretation of Theme (25%)
             Harmony, Attractiveness, Overall Setting (20%)
             Compatibility of Materials (20%)                              Division 165 TABLE SETTING
             Placement of Decorative Unit (15%)                            Class
             Distinction or Originality (20%)                              1. Mad Hatters Tea Party
                                                                           2. A Mid –Summer nights dream
                                                                           3. Fair Theme
Division 160          VIGNETTES
Class
1. Grandma’s Attic
2. Beachy Keen




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BAKED FOOD SHOW                                                   Division 174      CAKES
                                                                  (1/2 Cake)
                                                                  Glazes and powdered sugar topping are not considered frosting.
  ENTRIES CLOSE:          Friday, April 8, 2011, 7:00 p.m.        Class
                                                                  1. Frosted
  ENTRY FEE:              $1.50 per entry                         2. Un-Frosted
  EXHIBITS RECEIVED: Sunday, May 1,                               3. Cupcake
                     9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon                      4. Coffee Cake
                     Interior Living Building                     5. Any other, specify

  JUDGING:                Sunday, May 1, 1:00 p.m.
  EXHIBITS RELEASED: Monday, May 9, 12 noon to 6 p.m.

             American System of Judging
              1st-$10 2nd-$8 3rd-$5                               Division 176 CONFECTIONS (8 Pieces)
                                                                  Class
                                                                  1. Brittles, specify
               Best of Division Awards:                           2. Chocolate, specify
                       1st-$15                                    3. Divinity
                                                                  4. Fudge, specify
                                                                  5. Any other, specify
                  Best of Show Award:
                      Ribbon Only
SPECIAL RULES & Information
                                                                  Division 177      COOKIES (1/2 Dozen)
Please include recipes. Disposable container must be used,
                                                                  Class
When leaving entries.
                                                                  1. Bar, specify
                                                                  2. Brownies
                                                                  3. Chocolate Chip
Division 170       BREADS ( ½ Loaf)                               4. Decorated
Class                                                             5. Oatmeal
1. Quick Breads                                                   6. Peanut Butter
2. Yeast                                                          7. Sugar
3. Any other, specify                                             8. Any other, specify


Division 171 START WITH A MIX
Class
    1.   Cakes, Pies, Cookies or any other
         Specify type
                                                                  Division 179       PIES (No smaller than 8”)
                                                                  Class
                                                                  1. Apple
Division 172       BISCOTTI (6 pieces)                            2. Fruit
Class                                                             3. Pumpkin
1. Plain                                                          4. Any other, specify
2. Dipped
3. Any other, specify
                                                                  Division 181        MEN ONLY- BAKED GOODS
                                                                  Class
Division 173       BISCUITS, ROLLS AND MUFFINS                    1. Brownies (½ dozen)
1/2 Dozen)                                                        2. Cookies (½ dozen)
Class                                                             3. Muffins, any kind, specify (½ dozen)
1. Biscuits                                                       4. Quick Bread, any kind, specify (½ loaf)
2. Cinnamon Rolls                                                 5. Cake, any kind, specify (½ cake)
3. Dinner Rolls                                                   6. Tortillas (1/2)
4. Muffins                                                        7. Pies
5. Any other, specify                                             8. Yeast Bread/rolls
                                                                  9. Any other, specify




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DECORATED CAKES                                                              COOKING CONTEST
  ENTRIES CLOSE:        Friday, April 8, 2011, 7:00 p.m.          ENTRIES CLOSE:       Friday, April 8, 2011, 7:00 p.m.
  ENTRY FEE:            $1.50 per entry, per class                ENTRY FEE:           $3.00 per entry, per class
  EXHIBITS RECEIVED: Sunday, May 1,                               EXHIBITS RECEIVED: Class 1–Thurs., May 5, 6:00 pm
                     9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon                                         Class 2 – Friday, May 6, 6:00 pm
                     Interior Living Building                                        Class 3 – Sat, May 7, 6:00 pm
                                                                                     Interior Living Building
  JUDGING:              Sunday, May 1, 1:00 p.m.
  EXHIBITS RELEASED: Monday, May 9, 12 noon to 6 p.m.             JUDGING:           Class 1–Thurs., May 5, 6:30 pm
                                                                                     Class 2 – Fri, May 6, 6:30 pm
                                                                                     Class 3 – Sat, May 7, 6:30 pm
                                                                  EXHIBITS RELEASED: Containers must be picked up at
             American System of Judging                                              conclusion of judging.
              1st-$10 2nd-$8 3rd-$5

               Best of Division Awards:
                    Ribbon Only                                            American System of Judging
                                                                       1st-$25 2nd-$20 3rd-$15 4th-$10

                                                                             JOVIA GROVES OLIVE OIL
Division 185 DECORATED CAKES
                                                                                Best of Show Award
(Must consist of Cardboard or Styrofoam Base)
Class
1. Fair Theme
                                                                Division 190    COOKING CONTEST
                                                                Class
2. Wedding Cake
                                                                1. Appetizers
3. Any other, specify
                                                                2. Favorite Casserole
                                                                3. Dessert
                                                                    Recipes must be submitted to the Judges




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                            FINE ARTS SHOWCASE – Department 200
FINE ARTS SHOWCASE
Department 200                                                            AMATEUR FINE ARTS SHOW
                                                                          The AMATEUR DIVISION is open to those who have been
                                                                          involved in art for longer than five years.
SPECIAL RULES & INFORMATION
1.    Entries must be prepared by exhibitor. Works of art                   ENTRIES CLOSE:        Friday, April 8, 2011, 7:00 p.m.
      previously exhibited at the Dixon May Fair will not be
                                                                            ENTRY FEE:            $5.00 per entry, per class
      accepted. All work must be original.
2.    ALL EXHIBITS MUST BE FRAMED AND WIRED FOR                             LIMIT:                Three (3) entries per exhibitor
      HANGING WITH NO METAL BRACKET.                                                              (not including Theme Show)
3.    A LABEL BEARING TITLE, NAME, ADDRESS, DIVISION
                                                                            EXHIBITS RECEIVED: Saturday, April 23, 2011
      AND CLASS MUST BE ATTACHED TO BACK OF WORK.
                                                                                               10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
4.    Watercolor and pastel entries must be framed securely
                                                                                               Fine Arts & Photography Building
      under glass or plastic. Plexiglas is strongly recommended
      for displays. Glass is to be used at artist’s risk. Opaque            JUDGING:              Saturday, April 30, 1:00 p.m.
      watercolors may be framed without glass.
                                                                            CRITIQUE:             Saturday, April 30, 5 p.m. to 6 p.m.
5.    Graphic entries must be framed securely under glass, plastic
                                                                                                  (Exhibitors & Spouses Only)
      or Plexiglas, unless too textured to use.
6.    Entries are limited to nine square feet, including frame.             EXHIBITS RELEASED: Monday, May 9, 12 noon to 6 p.m.
      Exhibits exceeding this limit may be rejected.
7.    Judges are instructed not to award premiums unless entries
      are deemed worthy of merit.                                                     American System of Judging:
8.    Woodworking and Painted china must enter in Interior
      Living, do not enter in Mixed Media in Fine Arts.                           1st-$50 2nd-$40 3rd-$30 4th-$20
9.    EXHIBITS NOT PICKED UP WITHIN 30 DAYS
      FOLLOWING FAIR WILL BECOME PROPERTY OF THE                                       Best of Show Award: $75.00
      DIXON MAY FAIR.

                                                                          Division 205 AMATEUR
                                                                          Class
NOVICE FINE ARTS SHOW                                                     1. Oil, Acrylics & Pastel
The NOVICE DIVISION is open to those who have been involved               2. Watercolors
in art for less than five years, regardless of medium.                    3. Drawing & Printmaking
     ENTRIES CLOSE:         Friday, April 8, 2011, 7:00 p.m.              4. Computer Graphics
                                                                          5. Mixed Media
     ENTRY FEE:             $4.00 per entry, per class
     LIMIT:                 Three (3) entries per exhibitor
                            (Not including Theme Show)
     EXHIBITS RECEIVED: Saturday, April 23,
                        10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
                        Fine Arts & Photography Building

     JUDGING:               Saturday, April 30, 1:00 p.m.
     CRITIQUE:              Saturday, April 30, 5 p.m. to 6 p.m.
                            (Exhibitors & Spouses Only)
     EXHIBITS RELEASED: Monday, May 9, 12 noon to 6 p.m.


              American System of Judging
          1st-$40 2nd-$30 3rd-$20 4th-$15

                Best of Show Award: $50.00

Division 200 NOVICES
Class
1. Oil, Acrylics & Pastel
2. Watercolors
3. Drawing & Printmaking
4. Computer Graphics
5. Mixed Media



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                            FINE ARTS SHOWCASE – Department 200
PROFESSIONAL FINE ARTS SHOW                                         THREE DIMENSIONAL
The PROFESSIONAL DIVISION is open to those who sell their
work for more than they have invested.
                                                                    FINE ARTS SHOW
                                                                      ENTRIES CLOSE:          Friday, April 8, 2011, 7:00 p.m.
  ENTRIES CLOSE:        Friday, April 8, 2011, 7:00 p.m.
                                                                      ENTRY FEE:              $2.50 per entry, per class
  ENTRY FEE:            $7.50 per entry, per class
                                                                      LIMIT:                  Three (3) entries per exhibitor
  LIMIT:                Three (3) entries per exhibitor
                                                                                              (Not including Theme Show)
                        (Not including Theme Show)
                                                                      EXHIBITS RECEIVED: Saturday, April 23,
  EXHIBITS RECEIVED: Saturday, April 23,
                                                                                         10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
                     10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
                                                                                         Fine Arts & Photography Building
                     Fine Arts & Photography Building
                                                                      JUDGING:                Saturday, April 30, 1:00 p.m.
  JUDGING:              Saturday, April 30, 1:00 p.m.
                                                                      CRITIQUE:               Saturday, April 30, 5 p.m. to 6 p.m.
  CRITIQUE:             Saturday, April 30, 5 p.m. to 6 p.m.
                                                                                              (Exhibitors & Spouses Only)
                        (Exhibitors & Spouses Only)
                                                                      EXHIBITS RELEASED: Monday, May 9, 12 noon to 6 p.m.
  EXHIBITS RELEASED: Monday, May 9, 12 noon to 6 p.m.

                                                                                  American System of Judging:
            American System of Judging:                                        1st-$20 2nd-$15 3rd-$10 4th-$5
        1st-$75 2nd-$60 3rd-$50 4th-$40
                                                                                 Best of Show Award: $25.00
            Best of Show Award: $100.00
                                                                    Division 215 THREE DIMENSIONAL ART
                                                                    Class
Division 210 PROFESSIONAL                                           1. Ceramics or Clay
Class                                                               2. Metal
1. Oil, Acrylics & Pastel                                           3. Any Other
2. Watercolors
3. Drawing & Printmaking
4. Computer Graphics
5. Mixed Media
                                                                    FINE ARTS THEME SHOW
                                                                     An additional premium award will be paid to the entry in any of
                                                                    the Fine Arts Divisions which best depicts the theme of the 2010
                                                                    Dixon May Fair Fine Arts Theme. You may enter ONLY the
                                                                    “Theme Show” without entering any other category.

                                                                      ENTRIES CLOSE:          Friday, April 8, 2011, 7:00 p.m.
                                                                      ENTRY FEE:              $2.50 per entry
                                                                      LIMIT:                  One (1) entry per exhibitor
                                                                      EXHIBITS RECEIVED: Saturday, April 23,
                                                                                         10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
                                                                                         Fine Arts & Photography Building
                                                                      JUDGING:                Saturday, April 30, 1:00 p.m.
                                                                      CRITIQUE:               Saturday, April 30, 5 p.m. to 6 p.m.
                                                                                              (Exhibitors & Spouses Only)
                                                                      EXHIBITS RELEASED: Monday, May 9, 12 noon to 6 p.m.


                                                                                 American System of Judging:
                                                                    1st-$25                2nd-$20                          3rd-$15

                                                                    Division 220
                                                                    DIXON MAY FAIR FINE ARTS THEME
                                                                    Class
                                                                    1.      An a FORD able AFFAIR




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                        PHOTOGRAPHY SHOWCASE – Department 300
PHOTOGRAPHY SHOWCASE                                                        Division 305 BLACK & WHITE
                                                                            Class
Department 300                                                              1. Animals
                                                                            2. Children
SPECIAL RULES & INFORMATION                                                 3. Nature
1.    Exhibit must be created by exhibitor and taken within the last        4. Photojournalism (stimulate an emotional response)
      two years.                                                            5. Pictorial -composed of picture(s)
2.    Exhibits must not have been shown at any previous Dixon               6. Portraits
      May Fair.                                                             7. Scenic Views
3.    ALL WORK MUST BE LABELED ON THE BACK WITH                             8. Still Life
      NAME, ADDRESS, DIVISION #, CLASS # AND TITLE. IF                      9. Abstracts or non-objective design
      WORK IS NOT LABELED, IT WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.                         10. Processed by exhibitor
4.    Photos may be of any size up to 18 1/2"x 23 1/2" prints and           11. Underwater
      must be mounted on a mat board, NO FRAMES OR                          12. Sports
      HANGING DEVICE. Thickness of exhibit cannot exceed 1/4
      inch. If using Fomee-cor beware that it may exceed the 1/4
      inch limit.                                                           Division 310 COLORS
5.    Suggested mat board sizes with photos are as follows:                 Class
          Photo size: 3" x 5" with mat border size: 1" to 1 1/2"            1. Animals
          Photo size: 5" x 7" with mat border size: 1" to 2"                2. Children
          Photo size: 8" x 10" with mat border size: 1 1/2" to 3"           3. Nature
          Photo size: 16"x 20" with mat border size: 2 1/2" x 3 1/2"        4. Photojournalism (stimulate an emotional response)
6.    If the number of entries exceeds available display space,             5. Pictorial -composed of picture(s)
      entries not receiving an award may not be displayed during            6. Portraits
      the Dixon May Fair.                                                   7. Scenic Views
7.    EXHIBITS NOT PICKED UP WITHIN 30 DAYS                                 8. Still Life
      FOLLOWING FAIR WILL BECOME PROPERTY OF THE                            9. Abstracts or non-objective design
      DIXON MAY FAIR.                                                       10. Processed by exhibitor
                                                                            11. Underwater
                                                                            12. Sports
PHOTOGRAPHY SHOW                                                            13. Flowers



     ENTRIES CLOSE:          Friday, April 8, 2010, 7:00 p.m.               Division 315 PHOTOGRAPHY THEME CONTEST
                                                                                   Prints may be color or black & white, depicting the
     ENTRY FEE:              $2.00 per entry, per class                                2011 Dixon May Fair Photography Theme.
     LIMIT:                  Two entries per exhibitor, per class                               Size and mat regulations apply.
                                                                            Class
     EXHIBITS RECEIVED: Saturday, April 23,                                 1. “An a FORD able AFFAIR!!!
                        10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
                        Fine Arts & Photography Building

     JUDGING:                Saturday, April 30, 1:00 p.m.
                                                                            Division 320 SPECIAL PHOTO CONTEST
                                                                                     Prints may be color or black & white.
     EXHIBITS RELEASED: Monday, May 9, 12 noon to 6 p.m.                             Size and mat regulations apply.
                                                                            Class
                                                                            1. 2010 Dixon May Fair Special
                                                                                (A photo taken at the 2010 Dixon May Fair)

               American System of Judging:
 1st-$20           2nd-$15     3rd-$10                       4th-$5

       Best of Show Black & White Print:              $25.00

              Best of Show Color Print: $25.00




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Department 400                                                                      All specimens need to be single crown.

                                                                                   SINGLE BLOSSOMS
FLORICULTURE DEPARTMENT GLOSSARY                                                   Class
                          FLORICULTURE SHOWCASE – Department 400
Annual: A plant that completes its outdoor cycle of growth in one
year.                                                                              1.    Any color
FLORICULTURE SHOWCASE
Perennial: A plant that lives, blooms, and seeds for more than
two years. Trees and shrubs are hard-wooded perennials.                            DOUBLE BLOSSOMS
                                                                                        Division 401 AFRICAN VIOLETS
Department 400
Stem: The main ascending part of a plant. For example: tea
rose and carnation.
                                                                                   Class
                                                                                   All specimens need to be single crown.
                                                                                   1. Any color
Stalk: A stiff stem, which may or may not branch, and that has                     SINGLE BLOSSOMS
one or more flowers and buds. For example: tall bearded iris.
FLORICULTURE DEPARTMENT GLOSSARY                                                   Class
Bloom: A plant that completes its outdoor cycle of growth in For
Annual: Individual flowers that have one blossom on a stem. one
example: carnation roses (all disbudded) and exhibition dahlias.
year.                                                                              1.    Any color
Perennial: A plant that lives, blooms, and seeds for more than
two years. Trees and shrubs are hard-wooded perennials.                            DOUBLE BLOSSOMS
 POTTED PLANT SHOW
Stem: The main ascending part of a plant. For example: tea                         Class
rose and carnation.                                                                1. Any color
Stalk: A stiff stem, which may or may not branch, and that has
                             Friday, example: tall 7:00 p.m.
one or more flowers and buds. ForApril 8, 2011, bearded iris.
   ENTRIES CLOSE:
Bloom: Individual flowers that have one blossom on a stem. For                     Division 402 OTHER POTTED PLANTS
   ENTRY FEE:                $1.50 per entry, per class
example: carnation roses (all disbudded) and exhibition dahlias.                   Class
     LIMIT:                     Two entries per exhibitor per class                1. Cactus
                                                                                   2. Zygo (Thanksgiving, Christmas, Easter Cactus)
 EXHIBITS PLANT SHOW
POTTEDRECEIVED: Monday, May 2                                                      3. Cacti, three or more varieties per pot
                                5:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.                             4. Succulent, one plant
                                Floriculture Building                              5. Succulent, three or more varieties
     JUDGING:           Tuesday, May 3, 1:00 p.m.                                  6. Pelargoniums, single blossom-single plant (Zonal Geraniums)
     ENTRIES CLOSE:     Friday, April 8, 2011, 7:00 p.m.
                                                                                   7. Pelargoniums, double blossom-single plant (Zonal Geraniums)
                                                                                   Division 402 OTHER POTTED PLANTS
     EXHIBITS RELEASED: $1.50 per May 9,per noon to 6 p.m.
     ENTRY FEE:         Monday, entry, 12 class                                    8. Pelargoniums, Ivy Geranium
                                                                                   Class
                                                                                   9. Pelargoniums, Martha Washington
                                                                                   1. Cactus
     LIMIT:                     Two entries per exhibitor per class
                                                                                   10. Fern
                                                                                   2. Zygo (Thanksgiving, Christmas, Easter Cactus)
              American Monday, of 2
     EXHIBITS RECEIVED: SystemMay Judging:                                         11. Ornamental Asparagus
                                                                                   3. Cacti, three or more varieties per pot
            1st-$6        2nd-$5
                        5:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.3rd-$4                               12. Begonia, fibrous rooted
                                                                                   4. Succulent, one plant
                        Floriculture Building                                      13. Philodendron
                                                                                   5. Succulent, three or more varieties
                                                                                   14. Bromeliads
        Best
     JUDGING: Bonsai        Award:          Ribbon Only
                              Tuesday, May 3, 1:00 p.m.                            6. Pelargoniums, single blossom-single plant (Zonal Geraniums)
                                                                                   15. Any Other Flowering blossom-single plant (Zonal Geraniums)
                                                                                   7. Pelargoniums, doublePotted Plant
     EXHIBITS RELEASED: Monday, May 9, 12 noon to 6 p.m.                           16. Any Other Potted Geranium
                                                                                   8. Pelargoniums, Ivy Plant
         Best Potted Plant Award:                 Ribbon Only                      17. Abundant Herb Pot
                                                                                   9. Pelargoniums, Martha Washington
                                                                                   18. Vegetable Pot
                                                                                   10. Fern
         American System
SPECIAL RULES & INFORMATIONof                  Judging:                            11.   Ornamental Asparagus
1.     The Dixon May Fair Floriculture Department staff will water plants.
2.
             1st-$6                 2nd-$5              3rd-$4
       Use of tin cans in lieu of pots and aluminum foil wrapped containers        12.   Begonia, fibrous rooted
       ARE NOT ACCEPTABLE.                                                         13.   Philodendron
3.     PLEASE Bonsai Award:
        Best GROOM POTS!                          Ribbon Only                      14.   Bromeliads
                                                                                   15.   Any Other Flowering Potted Plant
                                                                                   16.   Any Other Potted Plant
     Best Potted Plant Award:                    Ribbon Only                       17.   Abundant Herb Pot
Division 400 BONSAI                                                                18.   Vegetable Pot
All Bonsai need to be displayed in a
SPECIAL RULES & INFORMATIONsuitable container.
Measurements from top of soil to top of plant.
1. The Dixon May Fair Floriculture Department staff will water plants.
2.    Use of tin cans in lieu of pots and aluminum foil wrapped containers
Class NOT ACCEPTABLE.
    ARE
3. PLEASE GROOM POTS!
    1. Any Bonsai


Division 400 BONSAI
All Bonsai need to be displayed in a suitable container.
Measurements from top of soil to top of plant.

Class
    1.     Any Bonsai




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        Youth Cut Flowers will be received, displayed, and
                                                                        Division 411 TALL BEARDED IRIS (one stalk)
             picked up in the Floriculture Building.                    Judges will consider the number of open flowers, branch,
                                                                        balance, bud placement, grooming, cultural perfection, color,
                                                                        size, form and substance of flowers.

                                                                        Class
                                                                        1. Blue light-blue
                CUT FLOWER SHOW                                         2. White near-white
                                                                        3. Buff yellow-yellow
     ENTRIES CLOSE:         Friday, April 29, 5:00 p.m.                 4. Clear pink
                                                                        5. Apricot
     ENTRY FEE:             $1.00 per 1-4 entries
                                                                        6. Amoena (white near white or yellow ground)
                            $3.00 per 5-8 entries
                                                                        7. Plicata (striped color on white or yellow ground)
                            $6.00 per 9-12 entries
                                                                        8. Violet
                            $9.00 per 13-16 entries
                                                                        9. Blue black-violet
     EXHIBITS RECEIVED: Tuesday, May 3, 2011                            10. Mahogany
                        4:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.                          11. Bi-color (falls darker than standards)
                        Floriculture Building                           12. Blend (combination of two or more colors)
                                                                        13. Dutch Iris
     JUDGING:               Thursday, May 5, 8:00 a.m.
                                                                        14. Spuria Iris
     EXHIBITS RELEASED: Monday, May 9, 12 noon to 6 p.m.
                                                                        Division 412 PERENNIALS
                                                                        One stem with foliage, unless noted. Some flowers must be
              American System of Judging:                               opened.
            1st-$5      2nd-$4       3rd-$3                             Class
                                                                        1. Delphinium
                                                                        2. Carnations
                                                                        3. Dianthus, single (three stems)
The Margaret Jacinto Memorial Perpetual Plaque                          4. Columbine
   Awarded to the Best Cut Flower of Show                               5. Pelargoniums, single (three stems)
                                                                        6. Pelargoniums, double (three stems)
                                                                        7. Ivy Geranium
          Best of Division Iris: Ribbon Only
                                                                        8. Martha Washington
          Best of Division Rose: Ribbon Only                            9. Gerbera
                                                                        10. Heuchera, coral bells (five stems)
                                                                        11. Shasta Daisies (three stems)
SPECIAL RULES & INFORMATION                                             12. Sweet Williams, dwarf (three stems)
1. Fairgrounds management will furnish all containers in the cut        13. Sweet Williams, Tall (three stems)
   flower divisions.                                                    14. Peonies
2. General Display is five or more stems of the same flower in          15. Any Other Perennial
   one or different colors.
3. Floriculture Department exhibits must have been grown by
   the exhibitor within the county, district, or community
                                                                        Division 413 ANNUALS
                                                                        Class
   represented by the exhibitor, except classes for
                                                                        1. Nasturtiums, any color (three stems)
   arrangements.
                                                                        2. Stocks, mixed colors ( three stems)
4. A minimum of six entries are necessary to subdivide a class.
                                                                        3. Marguerite (three stems)
   Subclasses will be divided to not less than six entries each.
                                                                        4. Marigolds, African (three stems)
                                                                        5. Larkspur (three stems)
5.     No more than two entries per class per person.
                                                                        6. Any Other Annual- 3 stems

                                                                        Division 414 SNAP DRAGONS
                                                                        Class
                                                                        1. Any color (three stems)
Division 410 FLOWERING SHRUBS
Single spray and not to exceed 20 inches

Class
1. Any vine tree or shrub




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                                                ROSES
                                                Climber: It grows from 6 to 40 feet. Depending on the variety,
                                                blooms once a year or throughout the season
Division 415 BULBOUS PLANTS                     Hybrid Tea: its flowers are typically borne singly on long
Class                                           stem.”Needs to be disbudded to one bloom” Most are
1. Amaryllis (one stem)                         fragrant. It grows from 2 to 6 feet tall and blooms throughout
2. Calla (one stem)                             the warm season.
3. Ranunculas, not creeping (five stems)        Floribunda: The result of a cross between a polyantha and a
4. Wastonia (one stem)                          hybrid tea. As the name says, it bears an abundance of
5. Any Other Bulbous Plant                      blossoms resembling those of hybrid teas borne in clusters.
6. Orchids                                      Grandifora: Midway between a hybrid tea and a floribunda in
                                                habit, it came into being about thirty years ago. It’s taller than
                                                a hybrid tea and has the same style flowers, although it’s
                                                borne in clusters like a floribunda.
Division 416 PETUNIAS                           Miniature: Flowers are small but abundant. Usually compact,
Three uniform stems with foliage                the plant may grow as tall as 4 feet.
Class
1. Single-multiflora:                           SPECIAL RULES & INFORMATION
                                                1.   Roses should be one-quarter to three-quarters open.
2.   All double-multiflora:
                                                2.   Buds less than that size do not qualify as blossoms, except
                                                     single roses, which should be nearly open.

                                                3.   Stems of blooms should not be less than seven inches.
Division 417 PANSIES                                 Must be disbudded in advance and have foliage.
Three uniform stems with foliage
Class
1. Blue
2. Purple                                       Division 425 HYBRID TEAS (one bloom)
3. Yellow                                       Class
4. Bi-color                                     1. Yellow
5. Tri-color                                    2. Red
                                                3. Sterling Silver
Division 418 VIOLAS                             4. Orchid
Three uniform stems with foliage                5. Bronze
Class                                           6. Pink
1. Blue                                         7. White
2. Yellow                                       8. Bi-color “and variegated”
3. Deep Red
4. White


Division 419 CALENDULA                          Division 426 FLORIBUNDA
Three stems                                     Class
Class                                           1. Pink
1. Lemon-yellow                                 2. Red
2. Orange                                       3. Bi-color
3. Bi-color blend                               4. Yellow

Division 420 SWEET PEAS
Class
1. Pink, (five stems)                           Division 427 POLYANTHA
2. Red (five stems)                             Class
3. White (five stems)                           1. Pink
                                                2. Red
                                                3. White




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                                                        ARRANGEMENT SHOW
ROSES (continued)
                                                  Youth Arrangements will be received, displayed,
                                                    and picked up in the Floriculture Building.

Division 428 CLIMBING ROSES
Class
1. Pink                                       ENTRIES CLOSE:          Friday, April 29, 5:00 p.m.
2. White                                      ENTRY FEE:              $1.50 per entry
3. Yellow
                                              LIMITS:                 Two entries per exhibitor per class

                                              EXHIBITS RECEIVED: Tuesday, May 3
                                                                 4:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Division 429 GRANDIFLORA                                         Floriculture Building
Class
1. Red                                        JUDGING:                Thursday, May 5, 8:00 a.m.
2. Orange-coral                               EXHIBITS RELEASED: Monday, May 9, 12 noon to 6 p.m.
3. White
4. Yellow
                                                     American System of Judging:
                                            Fresh Arrangements- 1st-$10   2nd-$8                    3rd-$6
Division 430 ANY OTHER ROSES
1.   Cecil Bruner Rose                                        Best of Show
2.   Old Garden Rose                               Novice, Amateur & Advanced: $15.00
3.   David Austin Rose
                                            SPECIAL RULES & INFORMATION
                                            1. Accessories permitted in any class unless otherwise stated.
                                            2. Dried material is considered an accessory, while succulent is
Division 431 MINIATURE ROSES                   foliage.
One stem with foliage                       3. Plant material on the State Conservation List may not be
Class                                          exhibited.
1. Red                                      4. Material need not be grown by exhibitor.
2. Pink                                     5. No artificial flowers or foliage may be used.
3. White/Nearly White                       6. Do Not spray any foreign liquid on fresh arrangements
4. Yellow                                   7. Containers must hold water.
5. Bi-color “and variegated                 8. Containers must be filled with water before entering.
6. Any other Miniature Rose
                                            NOVICE: A person who has won less than five blue ribbons.
Division 432 LARGEST WEED                   AMATEUR: A person who has won five to ten blue ribbons.
Class                                       ADVANCED: A person who has won eleven or more blue
1. Any Variety, specify                     ribbons.

                                            Division 440 FRESH FLOWERS

                                            NOVICE
                                            Class
                                            1. “Rags to Riches” use junk
                                            2. “Compliments”

                                            AMATEUR
                                            Class
                                            3. “Rags to Riches” use junk
                                            4. “Compliments”

                                            ADVANCED
                                            5. “Rags to Riches” use junk
                                            6. “Compliments”

                                            *There will be a print in the May Fair office that designers
                                            will be asked to compliment with their arrangement



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THEME GARDENS
(Open to Solano and Yolo ONLY Counties)                                               Special Awards
                                                                      The Romaine & Ralph Moss Perpetual Trophy
 ENTRIES CLOSE:        Friday, April 8, 2011 7:00 p.m.                 This award is given to the highest rated garden
 ENTRY FEE:            $25.00 per entry
                                                                          Fair Manager’s Choice – Ribbon Only
 LIMITS:               Open to the first six entries only
                       One Exhibitor per class                              Exhibitor’s Choice – Ribbon Only
 EXHIBITS RECEIVED: Monday, April 25 through
                    Friday, April 29, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.           INDOOR GARDEN SHOW
                    Saturday, April 30, 10 am. to 5 p.m.
                    Sunday May 1, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.              SPECIAL RULES & INFORMATION
                    Monday, May 2, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.              1.    No commercial signs in booth.
                    Floriculture Building                        2.    All buildings will be locked each evening at 8:00 p.m.
                                                                 3.    All flowering material and shrubs must be growing; no cut
 JUDGING:              Tuesday, May 3, 9:00 a.m.                       material allowed.
                                                                 4.    ALL BOOTHS NEED TO USE A TREE OR TRELLIS OR
 CRITIQUE:             Tuesday, May 3, 11:00 a.m.
                                                                       SOMETHING FOR HEIGHT.
                       (Open to Exhibitors Only)
                                                                 5.    Booths must be completed and ready for judging by Monday,
 EXHIBITOR RECEPTION: Tuesday, May 3, 6:00 p.m.                        May 2, 5:00 p.m.
                                                                 6.    Open to any regular non-commercial organization or
 GARDEN DISMANTLED: Monday, May 9, 12 pm to 6 p.m.
                                                                       individual.
 PLANT SALE:           Monday, May 9, 12:00pm -3pm               7.    A junior or student organization must have at least one adult
                                                                       chaperone while working on the booth.
PLANT SALE ---CASH ONLY                                          8.    Children are not to be left in work areas unattended.
                                                                 9.    All materials used for construction including scraps must be
THERE WILL BE AN INFORMATION MEETING FOR ALL                           removed from work area.
EXHIBITORS, ON MONDAY, APRIL 25 AT 6:00 P.M. IN THE              10.   Actual arrangement is more important than extra props used.
FLORICUTLTURE BUILDING.                                          11.   ELECTRICAL OUTLET MUST BE REQUESTED IN
                                                                       WRITING AT TIME OF ENTRY.
                                                                 12.   Garden size approximately 10' x 15'.
          American System of Judging:                            13.   Think of this as part of your Garden.
       1st-$550    2nd-$500     3rd-$425
       4th-$400    5th-$375     6th-$350
                                                                 Division 445 THEME GARDENS
                                                                 Class
                                                                 1. “Blast from the Past”…. Garden of the 50’s
                                                                 2. “California Gold”…. Use of all California natives
                                                                 3. “Use it up…..wear it out”…. Recycle garden
                                                                 4. “To Infinity and Beyond”…. A sustainable garden
                                                                 5. ”Arsenic and Old Lace”… a classic garden
                                                                 6. “Thru the looking Glass”…. A whimsical garden...be creative




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    YOUTH OPEN THEME GARDENS                                          SPECIAL RULES & INFORMATION
                                                                      1.   Competition is open to all California amateur winemakers
  ENTRIES CLOSE:          Friday, April 8, 2011 7:00 p.m.                  over 21 years of age.
                                                                      2.   ONLY AMATEURS MAY ENTER! (under 200 gallons of
  ENTRY FEE:              $25.00 per entry                                 production).
  LIMITS:                 One Entry per Organization                  3.   An entry consists of 2 bottles.
                          Open to the first three entries             4.   Entries should be bottles in 750 milliliter bottles, sealed and
                          One Entry per Class                              labeled.
                                                                      5.   Results of judging will be posted in the Floriculture Building.
  EXHIBITS RECEIVED: Monday, April 25 through                         6.   Wines will be displayed for the duration of the fair.
                     Friday, April 29, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.               7.   A 3x5 card must accompany entry with information on
                     Saturday, April 30, 10 am to 5 p.m.                   methodology, origination of grapes, type of oak used, aged
                     Sunday May 1, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.                       before bottled, and date bottled.
                     Monday, May 2, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.                  8.   Wine can only be entered by the wine maker.
                     Floriculture Building

  JUDGING:                Tuesday, May 3, 9:00 a.m.                   Division 460 WHITE WINES
  CRITIQUE:               Tuesday, May 3, 11:00 a.m.
                                                                      Class
                          (Open to Exhibitors Only)                   1.   Chardonnay
                                                                      2.   Sauvignon Blanc
  GARDEN DISMANTLED: Monday, May 9, 12 pm to 6 p.m.                   3.   Viognier
  PLANT SALE:             Monday, May 9, 12 pm - 3 p.m.               4.   Blend
                                                                      5.   Riesling
(Open to Solano and Yolo Counties)                                    6.   Rose
PLANT SALE---CASH ONLY                                                7.   Any other, White varietals
             American System of Judging:
          1st-$500    2nd-$350     3rd-$250                           Division 461 RED WINES
                                                                      Class
          There are only 6 garden spots for Open Youth                1.   Cabernet Sauvignon
                    & ONLY 1 Entry per Title!                         2.   Merlot
                                                                      3.   Zinfandel
     Enter early to ensure your theme choice!                         4.   Pinot Noir
                                                                      5.   Syrah
Division 450 YOUTH OPEN THEME GARDENS                                 6.   Any Blend
Class                                                                 7.   Petite Syrah
1. “Blast from the Past”… garden of the 50’s                          8.   Cabernet Franc
2. “California Gold”… use of all California natives                   9.   Any Other, Red varietals
3. “Use it up…wear it out”… recycle garden
4. “To Infinity and Beyond”… a sustainable garden                     Division 462 NON-GRAPE WINES
5. “Arsenic and Old Lace”…. A classic garden                          Class
6. “Thru the Looking Glass” ….A whimsical garden...be creative        1. Any other Fruit

HOME WINEMAKING
ENTRIES CLOSE:          Friday, April 8, 2011 7:00 p.m.               Division 463 DESSERT WINES
                                                                      Class
ENTRY FEE:              $5.00 per entry
                                                                      1. Dessert Wines, Fortified Wines & Late Harvest
LIMITS:                 Two entries per exhibitor, per class

EXHIBITS RECEIVED: Saturday, April 30, 12 noon -3 p.m
                   Floriculture Building
JUDGING:           Sunday, May 1, 3 p.m.
EXHIBITS RELEASED: Monday May 9, 12noon to 6p.m.




              American System of Judging:
              1st-$15   2nd-$10    3rd-$5

  Best Wine Label- Judges Choice - Ribbon only




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YOUTH ARRANGEMENT SHOW                                                      YOUTH CUT FLOWERS

     ENTRIES CLOSE:           Friday, April 8, 2011 7:00 p.m.                 ENTRIES CLOSE:         Friday, April 29, 2011 7:00 p.m.
     ENTRY FEE:               $1.50 per entry                                 ENTRY FEE:             $1.50 per entry
     LIMITS:                  Two entries per exhibitor per class             LIMIT:                 Two entries per class per exhibitor
     EXHIBITS RECEIVED: Tue. May 3, 4:00 pm to 7:30 pm                        EXHIBITS RECEIVED: Tuesday, May 3, 2011
                        Floriculture Building
                                                                                                     4:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
     JUDGING:           Thursday, May 5, 8:00 a.m.
                                                                                                     Floriculture Building
     EXHIBITS RELEASED: Monday, May 9, 12 noon to 6 p.m.
                                                                              JUDGING:               Thursday, May 5, 8:00 a.m.


      Danish System of Judging for Classes 1 & 2:                                          Danish System of Judging:
     American System of Judging for Classes 3 & 4                                      1st-$4       2nd-$3       3rd-$2
           1st-$4       2nd-$3       3rd-$2
                                                                            “Best Cut Flower From Mom’s Garden”
SPECIAL RULES & INFORMATION                                                       Division 487 Open Junior
1.    Artificial flowers and foliage MAY NOT be used in any Fresh           Open to 2 to 10 year olds ONLY
      Flower Arrangement.
2.    Materials used need not be grown by exhibitor.                        Class One Stem Only
3.    Do not spray any foreign liquid on arrangements.                      1. any Rose
4.    Exhibits need to be made on site-placed, and set up by                2. any Geranium
      the exhibitor.                                                        3. any Lily
                                                                            4. any other than listed above

YOUTH FRESH FLOWER ARRANGEMENTS                                             Age 11 to Adult enter in Adult Division
Theme: “Compliments”*
           Division 485 Open Junior
Class                                                                       SPECIAL AWARDS & SPONSORS
1.         Primary:           Grades K-3                                    Best of Show………Joy Lockhart Memorial Award
2.         Elementary:        Grades 4-6                                                              ………………………. Louise Hanner
3.         Junior:            Grades 7-9
4.         Senior:            Grades 10 and up

     *There will be a print in the May Fair Office designers will be
            asked to compliment with their arrangement




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YOUTH POTTED PLANT SHOW                                                YOUTH HORTICULTURE SHOW
     ENTRIES CLOSE:         Friday, April 8, 2011, 7:00 p.m.                ENTRIES CLOSE:            Friday, April 8, 2011, 7:00 p.m.
     ENTRY FEE:             $1.50 per entry                                 ENTRY FEE:                $1.50 per entry
     EXHIBITS RECEIVED: Monday May 2, 5:00pm to 7:30 pm                     LIMIT:                    Two entries per class per exhibitor
                        Floriculture Building
                                                                            EXHIBITS RECEIVED: Monday, May 2, 5:00 pm - 7:30 pm
                                                                                               Floriculture Building
     LIMITS:                Two entries per class per exhibitor
     JUDGING:               Tuesday, May 3, 1:00 p.m.                       JUDGING:                  Tuesday, May 3, 1:00 p.m.
     EXHIBITS RELEASED: Monday, May 9, 12 noon to 6 p.m.                    EXHIBITS RELEASED: Monday, May 9, 12 noon to 6 p.m.


      Danish System of Judging for classes 1 & 2:
     American System of Judging for classes 3 & 4:                           Danish System of Judging for classes 1 & 2:
           1st-$4       2nd-$3        3rd-$2                                American System of Judging for classes 3 & 4:
                                                                                  1st-$4       2nd-$3        3rd-$2
           Best Standing Plant: Ribbon Only
           Best Hanging Plant: Ribbon Only                             SPECIAL RULES & INFORMATION
                                                                       1.    All containers, flats, etc., required to exhibit materials will be
SPECIAL RULES & INFORMATION                                                  supplied by the exhibitor.
1.    All specimens should be correctly labeled                        2.    Each exhibitor must own and have produced the product or
2.    Fair staff WILL WATER plants.                                          item exhibited.
3.    Use of tin cans in lieu of pots and aluminum foil wrapped        3.    Each exhibit must be properly labeled as to variety.
      containers is NOT ACCEPTABLE.                                    4.    Exhibits must be free from injurious insects and diseases.
4.    PLEASE GROOM POTS!                                               5.    Plant materials must be maintained in healthy condition
5.    Potted plants must have a drip dish.                                   during the period of display.
6.    Plants must be grown & fully rooted by exhibitor.                6.    Exhibit cannot exceed 12” pot size.
7.    Exhibits cannot exceed 12” “pot size”

STANDING PLANTS                                                        YOUTH HORTICULTURE
     Division 488 4-H and Open Junior                                  (Bedding plants, ground cover, shrubs, trees, vegetable
Class                                                                  seedlings, etc.)
1. Primary:                 Grades K-3                                                  American System of Judging:
2. Elementary:              Grades 4-6                                 Division 492 4-H, FFA and Open Junior
3. Junior:                  Grades 7-9
4. Senior:                  Grades 10 and up

                                                                       Class
HANGING PLANTS                                                         1. Primary:                   Grades K-3
     Divisions 489 -4-H and Open Junior                                2. Elementary:                Grades 4-6
Class                                                                  3. Junior:                    Grades 7-9
1. Primary:                 Grades K-3                                 4. Senior:                    Grades 10 and up
2. Elementary:              Grades 4-6
3. Junior:                  Grades 7-9
4. Senior:                  Grades 10 and up                                  Youth Potted Plants and Horticulture will be received,
                                                                               displayed, and picked up in the Floriculture Building.
DISH GARDENS
(Terrariums, Floral, or Herb Bowls)
          Division 490 4-H and Open Junior
Class
1. Primary:                 Grades K-3
2. Elementary:              Grades 4-6
3. Junior:                  Grades 7-9
4. Senior:                  Grades 10 and up

FFA POTTED PLANTS
American System of Judging

Division 491 FFA
Class
1. Standing Plants
2. Hanging Plants
3. Dish Gardens
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BARREL GARDENS
  ENTRIES CLOSE:        Friday, April 8, 2011, 7:00 p.m.
  ENTRY FEE:            $10.00 per entry
  LIMIT:                One entry per group- 8 available
  EXHIBITS RECEIVED: Monday, May 2, 5:00 pm - 7:30 pm
  EXHIBITS RELEASED: Monday May 9, 12 noon to 6 pm

Only two entries per class

Open to any Youth class or organization.
          American System of Judging
         1st-$20.00 2nd $15.00 3rd $10.00
                4th – 8th $5.00 each
            Best of Show: Ribbon Only


Barrel Garden
Division 493 Open Youth
Class
   1.   Salsa Garden
   2.   Butterfly Garden
   3.   Pizza & Pasta Garden
   4.   Exhibitor’s Choice

Barrel and soil will be provided by the Fair.
Must have Adult Supervision.



FLOWER BOXES
ENTRIES CLOSE:         Friday, April 8, 2011, 7:00 p.m.
ENTRY FEE:             $1.50 per entry
EXHIBITS RECEIVED: Monday, May 2, 5-7:30 p.m.
Exhibits Displayed in Small Animal Barn

                   Rosette Ribbons Only
                     1st, 2nd and 3rd

DIVISION 494                                               SPECIAL RULES & INFORMATION
Class
                                                           Boxes must be:
    1.  4-H Junior
    2.  4-H Senior                                         30 inches in length
    3.  FFA Junior                                         6.5 inches high
    4.  FFA Senior                                         6.5 inches deep
                                                           and must be decorated with small animals




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          FLORICULTURE SHOWCASE Department is for young 400
                                            Department 500
          TODAY’S YOUTHSHOWCASE –- Department people who want to enter
  TODAY’S YOUTH             The Junior
                            exhibits into the fairs. There are a number of organizations that
  TODAY’S YOUTH
Department 500
                            The Junior Department is for young people who want to enter
                            want competition among members of the organization. The Fair
                            exhibits into the fairs. There are a number of organizations that
                            can do this by establishing divisions and classes for groups such
Department 500              want competition among members of the organization. The Fair
                            as FFA and 4-H Clubs and others. The Fair will provide the
                            can do this by establishing divisions and classes for groups such
                                                                                opportunity for young people to exhibit who are not a member of
PRE-SCHOOL SHOW                                                                 as FFA and 4-H Clubs and others. The Fair will provide the
                                                                                an organization. The Fair can do this in several ways. They can
                                                                                opportunity for young people to exhibit who are not a member of
PRE-SCHOOL SHOW                                                                 let the youth compete in the appropriate class in direct
                                                                                an organization. The Fair can do this in several ways. They can
                                                                                competition with organization members or they can form
     ENTRIES CLOSE:          Friday, April 8, 2011, 7:00 p.m.                   let the youth compete in the appropriate class in direct
                                                                                separate classes for independent juniors. The Dixon May Fair
     ENTRY FEE:              $1.50 per entry, per class                         competition with organization members or they can form
     ENTRIES CLOSE:          Friday, April 8, 2011, 7:00 p.m.                   will be providing separate competitions for 4-H club members
                                                                                separate classes for independent juniors. The Dixon May Fair
                                                                                and Open Youth exhibitors.
     EXHIBITS RECEIVED: $1.50 per entry,23 class
     ENTRY FEE:         Saturday, April per                                     will be providing separate competitions for 4-H club members
                        10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.                                 4-H DEPARTMENT
                                                                                and Open Youth exhibitors.
     EXHIBITS RECEIVED: Saturday, April 23                                      4-H Youth programs are non-formal voluntary educational
                        Today’s Youth Building                                  4-H DEPARTMENT
                        10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.                                 programs, under the supervision of the Cooperative Extension,
                        Today’s Youth Building                                  4-H Youth programs are non-formal voluntary educational
     JUDGING:           Monday, April 25, 10:00 a.m.                            University of California, and the United States Department of
                                                                                programs, under the supervision of the Cooperative Extension,
                                                                                Agriculture. The projects exhibited at fairs by members of these
     JUDGING:RELEASED: Monday, April 9, 12 noona.m. p.m.
     EXHIBITS                  May 25, 10:00 to 6                               University of California, and the United States Department of
                                                                                groups are the results of their efforts under the supervision of
                                                                                Agriculture. The projects exhibited at fairs by members of these
     EXHIBITS RELEASED: Monday, May 9, 12 noon to 6 p.m.                        volunteer adults.
                                                                                groups are the results of their efforts under the supervision of
                                                                                4-H ELIGIBILITY & AGE REQUIREMENTS
                                                                                volunteer adults.
RIBBONS ONLY – NO CASH AWARDS OFFERED                                           Youth may enroll when eligible for public school and
                                                                                                       & AGE REQUIREMENTS
                                                                                4-H ELIGIBILITY may exhibit as a member until the end of the
                                                                                Kindergarten. They
RIBBONS ONLY INFORMATION
SPECIAL RULES &– NO CASH AWARDS OFFERED                                         Youth may enroll when eligible for public school and
                                                                                calendar year when the member turns 19 years of age. Primary
1.    Created by Children not yet in Kindergarten.                              Kindergarten. They may exhibit as a member until the end of the
                                                                                members are K- 3. Members entering 4th Grade, August 2010
                     INFORMATION
SPECIAL RULES & ready to hang. No glass.
2. Art items must be                                                            calendar year when the member turns 19 years of age. Primary
                                                                                are eligible for large animal projects. 4-H members must be 9 as
1.    Created by Children not yet in Kindergarten.                              members are K- 3. Members entering 4th Grade, August 2010
3.    All items must have a label on the back with the exhibitor’s              of Jan. 1, 2011.
2.    Art items must be ready to hang. No glass.                                are eligible for large animal projects. 4-H members must be 9 as
      name, address and phone number.                                           YOUTH EXHIBITORS:
3.    All items must have a label on the back with the exhibitor’s              of Jan. 1, 2011.
4.    Exhibits not picked up within 30 days following fair will                 Open to youth 5-17 years age on January 1, 2011. Youth
      name, address and phone number.                                                      EXHIBITORS:
                                                                                YOUTH4th grade August 2010 and 9 years old on January 1,
      be discarded.                                                             entering
4.    Exhibits not picked up within 30 days following fair will                 Open to youth 5-17 years age on January 1, 2011. Youth
      be discarded.                                                             2011, is eligible to exhibit large animal projects. This Department
                                                                                entering 4th grade August 2010 and 9 years old on January 1,
                                                                                is also open to exhibitors who are members of the above
                                                                                2011, is eligible to exhibit large animal projects. This Department
                                                                                organizations when entering projects that are not organizational
Division 600 PRE-SCHOOL                                                         is also open to exhibitors who are members of the above
                                                                                projects. When entering please write your school name or
Class 1
Division 600 PRE-SCHOOL                                                         organizations when entering projects that are not organizational
                                                                                none on the club line of your entry form.
Mixed Media, Painting, Sculptures, Drawings, Print Making,                      projects. When entering please write your school name or
Classand Jewelry.
        1                                                                       JUDGING SYSTEM
                                                                                none on the club line of your entry form.
Crafts,                                                                         1. Entries will be judged by grade levels as designated on
Mixed Media, Painting, Sculptures, Drawings, Print Making,                      JUDGING SYSTEM
Crafts, and Jewelry.                                                                  various classes offered.
SPECIAL FRIENDS                                                                 1. Entries will be judged by grade levels as designated on
                                                                                2. Judging will be done on the Danish System.
                                                                                      various classes offered.
                                                                                3. The DANISH SYSTEM is defined as: COMPARING each
SPECIAL FRIENDS April 8, 2011, 7:00 p.m.
 ENTRIES CLOSE: Friday,                                                         2. Judging will be done on the Danish System.
                                                                                      exhibit on its own merit against the scorecard of the
                                                                                3. The DANISH SYSTEM is defined as: COMPARING each
     ENTRY FEE:
     ENTRIES CLOSE:          $1.50 per entry, per class
                             Friday, April 8, 2011, 7:00 p.m.                         recognized standard and award as many first placings, etc.
                                                                                      exhibit on its own merit against the scorecard of the
                                                                                      as merited. In all Junior departments using the Danish
     EXHIBITS RECEIVED: $1.50 per entry,23, class
     ENTRY FEE:         Saturday, April per                                           recognized standard and award as many first placings, etc.
                                                                                      system, the following guidelines shall be used by judges:
                        10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.                                       as merited. In all Junior departments using the Danish
     EXHIBITS RECEIVED: Saturday, April 23,                                             PLACING          GRADE              SCORE         RIBBON
                        Today’s Youth Building                                        system, the following guidelines shall be used by judges:
                        10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.                                         1st Group        Superior           92-100%       Blue
                                                                                        PLACING          GRADE              SCORE         RIBBON
     JUDGING:           Today’s Youth25, 10:00 a.m.
                        Monday, April Building                                          2nd Group        Good               84-91%        Red
                                                                                        1st Group        Superior           92-100%       Blue
                                                                                        3rd Group        Average            70-83%        Yellow
  JUDGING:             Monday, April 25, 10:00 a.m.                                     2nd Group        Good               84-91%        Red
Exhibits Released: Monday, May 9, 12 noon – 6 p.m.                                      4th Group        Poor               69% or less No Ribbon
                                                                                        3rd Group        Average            70-83%        Yellow
Exhibits Released: Monday, May 9, 12 noon – 6 p.m.                                      4th Group        Poor               69% or less No Ribbon
                                                                                SPECIAL RULES & INFORMATION
                Danish System of Judging                                        1.   All showcase entries must have been produced by the
                                                                                                    & INFORMATION
                                                                                SPECIAL RULESone year of the 2011 Dixon May Fair opening
                1st-$4 2nd-$3
                Danish System of3rd-$2
                                 Judging                                        1.
                                                                                   exhibitor within
                                                                                     All showcase entries must have been produced by the
                1st-$4 2nd-$3 3rd-$2                                                 date to be eligible for premium awards and must not have
                                                                                     exhibitor within one year of the 2011 Dixon May Fair opening
SPECIAL RULES & INFORMATION                                                          been shown at any previous Dixon May Fair.
                                                                                     date to be eligible for premium awards and must not have
1. Opened to all physically and developmentally challenged individuals.         2.   The 36th District Agricultural Association reserves the right
SPECIAL RULES & INFORMATION                                                          been shown at any previous Dixon May Fair.
2. No age limit.                                                                     to deny exhibition privileges to any entry considered to be
1. Opened to all physically and developmentally challenged individuals.         2.   The 36th District Agricultural Association reserves the right
                                                                                     inappropriate.
2. No age limit.                                                                     to deny exhibition privileges to any entry considered to be
                                                                                3.   All General and State Rules apply to all exhibitors and
Division 500 HANDICRAFTS                                                             inappropriate.
                                                                                     exhibits entered in Today’s Youth Show.
                                                                                3.   All General and State Rules apply to all exhibitors and
Division 500 HANDICRAFTS
Class
                                                                                4.   When filling out an entry form for a class project, each entry
                                                                                     exhibits entered in Today’s Youth Show.
                                                                                     MUST include both the school/class name and the
1. Handicrafts                                                                  4.   When filling out an entry form for a class project, each entry
Class                                                                                student’s name.
2. Textiles                                                                          MUST include both the school/class name and the
1. Handicrafts                                                                  5.   ALL YOUTH EXHIBITORS NEED BOTH THEIR OWN
3. Miscellaneous                                                                     student’s name.
2. Textiles                                                                          SIGNATURE AND THAT OF EITHER A PARENT OR
                                                                                5.   ALL YOUTH EXHIBITORS NEED BOTH THEIR OWN
3. Miscellaneous                                                                     LEADER/ADVISOR ON THE ENTRY FORM.
                                                                                     SIGNATURE AND THAT OF EITHER A PARENT OR
                                                                                6.   You must pick up your exhibit on the date specified.
                                                                                     LEADER/ADVISOR ON THE ENTRY FORM.
                                                                                     Exhibits not picked up within 30 days may be discarded.
                                                                                6.   You must pick up your exhibit on the date specified.
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                        FLORICULTURE SHOWCASE -            500
                        TODAY’S YOUTHSHOWCASE – Department 400

     YOUTH HOME LEISURE SHOW                                          YOUTH CREATIVE FASHIONS
                                                                      (Dress, pants, skirt, blouse, vest, scrunchies, etc.)
                                                                      Division 504 4-H             Division 604 Open Junior
  ENTRIES CLOSE:              Friday, April 8, 2011, 7:00 p.m.        Class
  ENTRY FEE:                  $1.50 per entry, per class              1. Primary:                  Grades K-3
                                                                      2. Elementary:               Grades 4-6
  EXHIBITS RECEIVED: Saturday, April 23                               3. Junior:                   Grades 7-9
                     10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.                          4. Senior:                   Grades 10 and up
                     Today’s Youth Building

  JUDGING:                    Monday, April 25, 10:00 a.m.            YOUTH HOME FURNISHING
                                                                      (Pillows, quilts, home decorations, wall hangings, scrapbook, etc.)
  EXHIBITS RELEASED: Monday May 9, 12pm to 6pm                        Division 505 4-H             Division 605 Open Junior
                                                                      Class
               Danish System of Judging:                              1. Primary:                  Grades K-3
           1st-$4       2nd-$3       3rd-$2                           2. Elementary:               Grades 4-6
                                                                      3. Junior:                   Grades 7-9
                                                                      4. Senior:                   Grades 10 and up

DECORATED OR PAINTED FABRIC ITEMS                                     YOUTH INDIVIDUAL MINIATURE ROOMS/ ITEMS
Division 501 4-H Division 601 Open Junior                              (Items 3” and under)
                                                                      Division 506 4-H             Division 606 Open Junior
Class
1. Primary:                   Grades K-3                              Class
2. Elementary:                Grades 4-6                              1. Primary:                  Grades K-3
3. Junior:                    Grades 7-9                              2. Elementary:               Grades 4-6
4. Senior:                    Grades 10-and up                        3. Junior:                   Grades 7-9
                                                                      4. Senior:                   Grades 10 and up

YOUTH PLAYTIME ITEMS                                                  YOUTH MISSIONS
(Stuffed toys, dolls, puppets, etc.)                                  Division 607 Open Junior
Division 502 4-H              Division 602 Open Junior
                                                                      Class
Class                                                                 1. Primary:                  Grades K-3
1. Primary:                   Grades K-3                              2. Elementary:               Grades 4-6
2. Elementary:                Grades 4-6                              3. Junior:                   Grades 7-9
3. Junior:                    Grades 7-9                              4. Senior:                   Grades 10 and up
4. Senior:                    Grades 10 and up


YOUTH NEEDLE CRAFT
(Knitting, macramé, crochet, needlepoint, weaving,
Handspun Yarn etc.)
Entries must be ready for hanging if applicable
Division 503 - 4-H            Division 603 - Open Junior
Class
1. Primary:                   Grades K-3
2. Elementary:                Grades 4-6
3. Junior:                    Grades 7-9
4. Senior:                    Grades 10 and up




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                        FLORICULTURE SHOWCASE -            500
                        TODAY’S YOUTHSHOWCASE – Department 400
YOUTH COOKING CONTEST                                                       YOUTH TABLE SETTING SHOW

                                                                                 ENTRIES CLOSE:          Friday, April 8, 2011, 7:00 p.m.
     ENTRIES CLOSE:          Friday, April 8, 2011, 7:00 p.m.
                                                                                 ENTRY FEE:              $1.50 per entry, per class
     ENTRY FEE:              $1.50 per entry
                                                                                 EXHIBITS RECEIVED: Sunday, May 1, 2011
     LIMIT:             Grades 3-12 only
                                                                                                    9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon
     EXHIBITS RECEIVED: Wednesday May 4, 4:45 pm
                                                                                                    Today’s Youth Building
                        Thursday, May 5, 4:45 p.m.
                        Today’s Youth Building
                                                                                 JUDGING:                Sunday, May 1, 1:00 p.m.
     JUDGING:           Wednesday May 4, 5:00 p.m.
                        Thursday, May 5, 5:00 p.m.                               EXHIBITS RELEASED: Monday May 9, 12pm to 6pm



                Danish System of Judging:                                                   Danish System of Judging:
            1st-$4       2nd-$3       3rd-$2                                            1st-$4       2nd-$3       3rd-$2
SPECIAL RULES & INFORMATION
1.    Entries must be prepared at home by the exhibitor.
2.    Competitors must arrive 15 minutes prior to judging and
      check in.                                                             SPECIAL RULES & INFORMATION
3.    Credentials for admission will be taken care of after close of        1.    An entry consists of a place setting for one person.
      entries.                                                              2.    Menu must be furnished for display on table. Information
4.    Judging will be based on presentation, adherence to theme                   must be submitted on a 3" x 5" card neatly lettered or typed.
      and flavor.                                                           3.    Tables are furnished by the Dixon May Fair.
5.    Please supply serving utensils to give a sample to Judges.            4.    No food permitted on tables, with the exception of non-
                                                                                  perishable food.
                                                                            5.    Exhibitors will each have a display space of 24" wide and
YOUTH COOKING CONTEST                                                             24" deep.
Division 510 - 4-H Division 610 Open Junior                                 6.    FLATWARE AND GLASS WARE CANNOT BE USED.
                                                                            7.    Total space limited to six entries per class. Entries will be
Wednesday class: 1. “That’s Italian”                                              taken on a first come basis.
Thursday class: 2. “Creative use of Spam”
                                                                            YOUTH PLACE SETTINGS
Class                                                                       Division 612 Open Junior
1. “That’s Italian”                                                         Best of Show per Class
2. “Creative use of Spam”
                                                                            Class
                                                                            1. Grades K-3                “Tea Party”
                                                                            2. Grades 4-6                “Teddy Bear Pinic”
                                                                            3. Grades 7-9                “Boot Scootin’ Hoe Down”
                                                                            4. Grades 10 and up          “Mothers Day Picnic”




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                                            - Department 400
                     TODAY’S YOUTH SHOWCASE – Department 500
                      FLORICULTURE
YOUTH BAKED FOODS SHOW                                               COOKIES (1/2 dozen)
                                                                     Division 519 4-H Division 619 Open Junior

     ENTRIES CLOSE:        Friday, April 8, 2011, 7:00 p.m.           Class
                                                                     1. Primary:             Grades K-3
     ENTRY FEE:            $1.50 per entry, per class                2. Elementary:          Grades 4-6
     EXHIBITS RECEIVED: Sunday, May 1                                3. Junior:              Grades 7-9
                        9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon                      4. Senior:              Grades 10 and up
                        Today’s Youth Building
                                                                     BROWNIES (1/2 dozen)
     JUDGING:              Sunday, May 1, begins 10:00 a.m.          Division 520 4-H Division 620 Open Junior
     EXHIBITS RELEASED: Monday, May 9, 12 noon to 6 p.m.
                                                                      Class
                                                                     1. Primary:             Grades K-3
                Danish System of Judging:                            2. Elementary:          Grades 4-6
                                                                     3. Junior:              Grades 7-9
            1st-$4       2nd-$3       3rd-$2                         4. Senior:              Grades 10 and up
SPECIAL RULES & INFORMATION
1.    No items requiring refrigeration may be entered
      (i.e. meringue, cheesecakes, etc.)
                                                                     CANDIES (1/2 dozen)
2.    All food is to be on disposable plates. No glassware.          Division 521 4-H Division 621 Open Junior
3.    Judges are instructed not to award premiums unless entries
      are deemed worthy of merit.                                     Class
                                                                     1. Primary:             Grades K-3
                                                                     2. Elementary:          Grades 4-6
MUFFINS (4 each)                                                     3. Junior:              Grades 7-9
Division 515 4-H Division 615 Open Junior                            4. Senior:              Grades 10 and up

 Class
1. Primary:                Grades K-3                                PIES & TARTS
2. Elementary:             Grades 4-6                                Special Rules
3. Junior:                 Grades 7-9                                1. Entries must be uncut
4. Senior:                 Grades 10 and up                          2. Maximum size for pies = 8 inches
                                                                     3. Maximum size for tarts = 4 inches

BISCUITS (4 each)                                                    Division 522 4-H        Division 622 Open Junior
Division 516 4-H  Division 616 Open Junior
                                                                      Class
 Class                                                               1. Primary:             Grades K-3
1. Primary:                Grades K-3                                2. Elementary:          Grades 4-6
2. Elementary:             Grades 4-6                                3. Junior:              Grades 7-9
3. Junior:                 Grades 7-9                                4. Senior:              Grades 10 and up
4. Senior:                 Grades 10 and up

                                                                     YOUTH DECORATED CAKES & COOKIES
BREADS (1/2 loaf)                                                    (Must consist of cardboard or Styrofoam base)
Division 517 4-H  Division 617 Open Junior                           Division 623 Open Junior
 Class                                                               Class
1. Primary:                Grades K-3                                1. Primary:             Grades K-3
2. Elementary:             Grades 4-6                                2. Elementary:          Grades 4-6
3. Junior:                 Grades 7-9                                3. Junior:              Grades 7-9
4. Senior:                 Grades 10 and up                          4. Senior:              Grades 10 and up


CAKES & COFFEE CAKES
(Cakes = 1/2 cake)
Division 518 4-H           Division 618 Open Junior
 Class
1. Primary:                Grades K-3
2. Elementary:             Grades 4-6
3. Junior:                 Grades 7-9
4. Senior:                 Grades 10 and up

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                      TODAY’S YOUTH SHOWCASE - Department 500
                       FLORICULTURE          – Department 400
YOUTH PRESERVED FOODS
                                                                         JAMS (Two identical jars)
                                                                         Division 532 4-H  Division 632 Open Junior
     ENTRIES CLOSE:          Friday, April 8, 2011, 7:00 p.m.
                                                                         Class
     ENTRY FEE:              $1.50 per entry, per class
                                                                         1. Primary:               Grades K-3
     EXHIBITS RECEIVED: Sunday, May 1                                    2. Elementary:            Grades 4-6
                        9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon                          3. Junior:                Grades 7-9
                        Today’s Youth Building                           4. Senior:                Grades 10 and up

     JUDGING:                Sunday, May 1, 10:00 a.m.
     EXHIBITS RELEASED: Monday, May 9, 12 noon to 6 p.m.                 JELLIES (Two identical jars)
                                                                         Division 533 4-H  Division 633 Open Junior
                                                                         Class
                                                                         1. Primary:               Grades K-3
                Danish System of Judging:                                2. Elementary:            Grades 4-6
            1st-$4       2nd-$3       3rd-$2                             3. Junior:                Grades 7-9
                                                                         4. Senior:                Grades 10 and up

SPECIAL RULES & INFORMATION
1.    All entries MUST be home prepared and canned or                    FRUITS (Two identical jars)
      packaged by the exhibitor within one year of the opening           Division 534 4-H  Division 634 Open Junior
      date of the 2011 Dixon May Fair.
2.    Items shown at previous fairs are not eligible.                    Class
3.    All products being considered for the cash awards which            1. Primary:               Grades K-3
      have not otherwise been eliminated from consideration will         2. Elementary:            Grades 4-6
      be opened.                                                         3. Junior:                Grades 7-9
4.    Dried products should be in clear plastic (baggies) or             4. Senior:                Grades 10 and up
      sealed in jars. No paraffin seals.
5.    STANDARD JARS: A container specifically or specially
      designed for canning purposes. No paraffin seals. All jars
      must have SEALED LID with ring. 1/2 pint or 1 pint jars are
                                                                         VEGETABLES (Two identical jars)
      preferred. Use identical jars.                                     Division 535 4-H Division 635 Open Junior
6.    All jars should be LABELED stating product name, date of
      preservation and all lists of ingredients.                         Class
7.    A second label should be applied to the bottom of the jar          1. Primary:               Grades K-3
      with exhibitors name, division # and class #.                      2. Elementary:            Grades 4-6
8.    Judges will select one jar that will be opened for judging and     3. Junior:                Grades 7-9
      returned to the exhibitor. The other jar will not be opened,       4. Senior:                Grades 10 and up
      but will remain on display for the duration of the Dixon May
      Fair.                                                              ANY OTHER PRESERVED FOOD
9.    Judges are instructed not to award premiums unless entries              (Two identical jars)
      are deemed worthy of merit.
                                                                         Chutneys, marmalades, preserves, relishes, salsas, sauces, etc.
                                                                         Division 536 4-H          Division 636 Open Junior
                                                                         Class
DRIED FRUIT (Fruit = 6 to 8 sections)                                    1. Primary:               Grades K-3
Division 530 4-H    Division 630 Open Junior                             2. Elementary:            Grades 4-6
                                                                         3. Junior:                Grades 7-9
Class                                                                    4. Senior:                Grades 10 and up
1. Primary:                  Grades K-3
2. Elementary:               Grades 4-6
3. Junior:                   Grades 7-9
4. Senior:                   Grades 10 and up


DRIED MEAT (Meat = 6 strips)
Division 531 4-H  Division 631 Open Junior
Class

1.    Primary:               Grades K-3
2.    Elementary:            Grades 4-6
3.    Junior:                Grades 7-9
4.    Senior:                Grades 10 and up
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                    FLORICULTURE SHOWCASE -            500
                    TODAY’S YOUTHSHOWCASE – Department 400
YOUTH CRAFTS SHOW                                                    YOUTH FINE ARTS and
                                                                     COMPUTER ARTS SHOW
  ENTRIES CLOSE:         Friday, April 8, 2011, 7:00 p.m.
                                                                          ENTRIES CLOSE:         Friday, April 8, 2011, 7:00 p.m.
  ENTRY FEE:             $1.50 per entry, per class
                                                                          ENTRY FEE:             $1.50 per entry, per class
  EXHIBITS RECEIVED: Saturday, April 23
                     10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.                              EXHIBITS RECEIVED: Saturday, April 23
                     Today’s Youth Building                                                     10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
                                                                                                Today’s Youth Building
  JUDGING:               Monday, April 25, 10:00 a.m.                     LIMIT: 4 PER DIVISION
                                                                          JUDGING:              Monday, April 25, 10:00 a.m.
  EXHIBITS RELEASED: Monday, May 9, 12 noon to 6 p.m.
                                                                          EXHIBITS RELEASED: Monday, May 9, 12 noon to 6 p.m.

             Danish System of Judging:
         1st-$4       2nd-$3       3rd-$2                                            Danish System of Judging:
                                                                                 1st-$4       2nd-$3       3rd-$2
CRAFTS
(Ceramics, papier-mâché, non-fabrics, weaving without                SPECIAL RULES & INFORMATION:
needles, kits, Legos, fun foam, etc.)                                1.    Entries must be prepared by the exhibitor.
Legos limited to 12" x 18" display area per entry and must be        2.    All work must be original and not copied.
glued in place                                                       3.    Works of art previously exhibited at the Dixon May Fair will
Division 540 4-H         Division 640 Open Junior                          not be accepted.
                                                                     4.    Judges are instructed not to award premiums unless entries
                                                                           are deemed worthy of merit.
Class
                                                                     5.    All art MUST BE FRAMED NO GLASS and ready to hang
1. Primary:              Grades K-3
                                                                           with wire. Use of mat frames is encouraged. No hooks. No
2. Elementary:           Grades 4-6
                                                                           glass. Make sure art hangs right side up. Art work may be
3. Junior:               Grades 7-9
                                                                           shrink wrapped, or laminated.
4. Senior:               Grades 10 and up
                                                                     6.    Entries may be any size up to 28" x 34" MAXIMUM. Exhibits
                                                                           exceeding this may be rejected.
JEWELRY                                                              7.    A LABEL bearing exhibitor name address, division and class
Division 541 4-H         Division 641 Open Junior                          must be attached to back of work.
                                                                     8.    Stick on tabs with holes for hanging are O.K. for mat frames
Class                                                                      only. Use of mat frames is encouraged.
1. Primary:              Grades K-3                                  9.     Print-outs and posters should be no larger than 8 1/2" x11".
2. Elementary:           Grades 4-6
3. Junior:               Grades 7-9                                  MIXED MEDIA (Limit: 4 per exhibitor)
4. Senior:               Grades 10 and up                            Any combination of ink, charcoal, pencil, crayon, paint, collage,
                                                                     etc.
                                                                     Division 545 4-H            Division 645 Open Junior

                      MIKE GREEN                                     Class
             Youth Fine Art Scholarship Award                        1. Primary:                 Grades K-3
                          $200.00                                    2. Elementary:              Grades 4-6
                       Sponsored by:                                 3. Junior:                  Grades 7-9
                                                                     4. Senior:                  Grades 10 and up
             Friends of Dixon May Fair
           Today’s Youth Awarded to the                              PAINTING (Any medium) (Limit: 4 per exhibitor)
                  BEST OF SHOW                                       Division 546 4-H  Division 646 Open Junior
         Must be entered in the Youth Division
         Must be High School age or younger                          Class
                                                                     1. Primary:                 Grades K-3
                 Enter online by visiting:                           2. Elementary:              Grades 4-6
                                                                     3. Junior:                  Grades 7-9
                 www.dixonmayfair.com                                4. Senior:                  Grades 10 and up




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                        FLORICULTURE SHOWCASE -            500
                        TODAY’S YOUTHSHOWCASE – Department 400
SCULPTURE                                                              CERAMICS
Items must stand on their own; connecting or combined to be a          Plates, Bowls, Cups, etc.
unit.
Division 547 4-H             Division 647 Open Junior                  Division 553 4-H            Division 653 Open Junior
Class                                                                  Class
1. Primary:                  Grades K-3                                1. Primary:                 Grades K-3
2. Elementary:               Grades 4-6                                2. Elementary:              Grades 4-6
3. Junior:                   Grades 7-9                                3. Junior:                  Grades 7-9
4. Senior:                   Grades 10 and up                          4. Senior:                  Grades 10 and up

                                                                       DRAWING & PRINT MAKING
LITERATURE                                                             Division 554 4-H Division 654 Open Junior
Short Stories, Poems, etc.
Division 548 4-H             Division 648 Open Junior                  Class
                                                                       1. Primary:                 Grades K-3
Class                                                                  2. Elementary:              Grades 4-6
1. Primary:                  Grades K-3                                3. Junior:                  Grades 7-9
2. Elementary:               Grades 4-6                                4. Senior:                  Grades 10 and up
3. Junior:                   Grades 7-9
4. Senior:                   Grades 10 and up


CARTOONS
Division 549 4-H             Division 649 Open Junior                  YOUTH PHOTOGRAPHY SHOW
Class
1. Primary:                  Grades K-3                                     ENTRIES CLOSE:         Friday, April 8, 2011, 7:00 p.m.
2. Elementary:               Grades 4-6                                     ENTRY FEE:             $1.50 per entry, per class
3. Junior:                   Grades 7-9
4. Senior:                   Grades 10 and up                               EXHIBITS RECEIVED: Saturday, April 23
                                                                                               10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
                                                                            LIMIT: 4 ENTRIES   Today’s Youth Building
                                                                            PER EXHIBITOR
COMPUTER GRAPHIC (Picture)
Graphic should be completely original. Do not use clip art
                                                                            JUDGING:               Monday, April 25, 10:00 a.m.
Division 550 4-H             Division 650 Open Junior
                                                                            EXHIBITS RELEASED: Monday, May 9, 12 noon to 6 p.m.
Class
1. Primary:                  Grades K-3
2. Elementary:               Grades 4-6                                                Danish System of Judging:
3. Junior:                   Grades 7-9                                            1st-$4       2nd-$3       3rd-$2
4. Senior:                   Grades 10 and up

                                                                       SPECIAL RULES & INFORMATION:
COMPUTER POSTER                                                        NEW: Limit of 4 photo entries per exhibitor, any
Created in a word processing program, must use more than three         combination.
different fonts in your poster design. Do not use any clip-art.
Division 551 4-H             Division 651 Open Junior                  1.    All photos must be MOUNTED ON MAT BOARD or
                                                                             FRAMED WITHOUT GLASS and READY TO HANG WITH
Class                                                                        DOUBLE SIDED MOUNTING TAPE.
1. Primary:                  Grades K-3                                2.    All work must be LABELED on the back or underside with
2. Elementary:               Grades 4-6                                      the exhibitor’s name, address, division, class number, and
3. Junior:                   Grades 7-9                                      title.
4. Senior:                   Grades 10 and up                          3.    Entries may be any size up to 16" x 20" (including mat).
                                                                             Exhibits exceeding this may be rejected.
COMPUTER POSTER                                                        4.    Do not place your signature on front of photos.
Include clip-art or original artwork.                                  5.    Judging is on photograph ONLY.
Division 552 4-H             Division 652 Open Junior                  6.    Judges are instructed not to award premiums unless entries
                                                                             are deemed worthy of merit.
Class
1. Primary:                  Grades K-3
2. Elementary:               Grades 4-6
3. Junior:                   Grades 7-9
4. Senior:                   Grades 10 and up
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                        FLORICULTURE SHOWCASE -            500
                        TODAY’S YOUTHSHOWCASE – Department 400
BLACK & WHITE                                                             STILL LIFE EDUCATIONAL POSTERS
Division 560 4-H            Division 660 Open Junior                      Division 565 4-H  Division 665 Open Junior
Class                                                                     Class
1. Primary:                 Grades K-3                                    1. Primary:                  Grades K-3
2. Elementary:              Grades 4-6                                    2. Elementary:               Grades 4-6
3. Junior:                  Grades 7-9                                    3. Junior:                   Grades 7-9
4. Senior:                  Grades 10 and up                              4. Senior:                   Grades 10 and up


COLOR
Division 561 4-H            Division 661 Open Junior
                                                                          YOUTH COLLECTIONS
Class
1. Primary:                 Grades K-3
2. Elementary:              Grades 4-6                                         ENTRIES CLOSE:          Friday, April 8, 2011, 7:00 p.m.
3. Junior:                  Grades 7-9
4. Senior:                  Grades 10 and up                                   ENTRY FEE:              $1.50 per entry
                                                                               EXHIBITS RECEIVED: Saturday, April 23
                                                                                                  10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
SPECIAL AWARDS & SPONSORS                                                                         Today’s Youth Building
• Youth Photography Best of Show
• Most Promising Photographer (under 13)                                       JUDGING:                Monday, April 25, 10:00 a.m.
• Most Promising Photographer (13 & over)
                                                                               EXHIBITS RELEASED: Monday, May 9, 12 noon to 6 p.m.
. Most Humorous
• Outstanding 4-H Photography Exhibitor

                                                                          Scoring: Labeling (10%), Originality (20%), Display (50%),
YOUTH STILL LIFE EDUCATIONAL                                                       and Quality (20%)
EXHIBIT SHOW
                                                                                          Danish System of Judging:
                                                                                      1st-$4       2nd-$3       3rd-$2
     ENTRIES CLOSE:          Friday, April 8, 2011, 7:00 p.m.
     ENTRY FEE:              $1.50 per entry
                                                                          SPECIAL RULES & INFORMATION:
     EXHIBITS RECEIVED: Saturday, April 23                                1.    A display of an exhibitor’s hobby and/or collection.
                        10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.                           2.    Collections will be judged on originality, display arrangement
                        Today’s Youth Building                                  and overall appearance.
                                                                          3.    Maximum of 10 pieces of large or 20 pieces of small items.
     JUDGING:                Monday, April 25, 10:00 a.m.                 4.    Limited to a space of 3’X 3’
     EXHIBITS RELEASED: Monday, May 9, 12 noon to 6 p.m.

                                                                          YOUTH COLLECTION
Scoring: Educational value (40%), Originality (25%),                      Division 567 4-H Division 667 Open Junior
         Design (20%), Neatness (15%)
                                                                          Class
                Danish System of Judging:                                 1. Primary:                  Grade K-3
                                                                          2. Elementary:               Grade 4-6
            1st-$4       2nd-$3       3rd-$2                              3. Junior:                   Grade 7-9
                                                                          4. Senior                    Grade 10 and up
SPECIAL RULES & INFORMATION:
1.    Displays are to be a maximum size of 24" x 36" poster
      board.
2.    Standard Tri-fold Demonstration boards are acceptable.
3.    The exhibit should be designed to give the fair-going public
      insight into a project. (For example: How to grow prize
      winning plants, finish seams, put a hem in a dress, crochet,
      knit, preserve food, illustrate woodworking tools or safety
      tips, etc.)




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                       FLORICULTURE SHOWCASE -            500
                       TODAY’S YOUTHSHOWCASE – Department 400
YOUTH SCIENCE SHOW                                                         NON KIT WORK
                                                                           (Electric, woodworking, metal work, leather tooling, etc.)
                                                                           Division 571 4-H            Division 671 Open Junior
  ENTRIES CLOSE:            Friday, April 8, 2011, 7:00 p.m.
                                                                           Class
  ENTRY FEE:                $1.50 per entry                                1. Primary:                 Grades K-3
  EXHIBITS RECEIVED: Saturday, April 23                                    2. Elementary:              Grades 4-6
                     10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.                               3. Junior:                  Grades 7-9
                     Today’s Youth Building                                4. Senior:                  Grades 10 and up

  JUDGING:                  Monday, April 25, 10:00 a.m.
                                                                           REFURBISHED SMALL PROJECTS
  EXHIBITS RELEASED: Monday, May 9, 12 noon to 6 p.m.
                                                                                  Danish System of Judging:
                                                                           1st-$4        2nd-$3       3rd-$2
               Danish System of Judging:
           1st-$4       2nd-$3       3rd-$2                                Division 672 Open Junior
                                                                           Class
YOUTH SCIENCE EXHIBITS                                                     1. Lawn Mower
Exhibits showing a study or experiment in relation to all sciences.        2. Chainsaw
                                                                           3. Small Engine
Division 569 4-H            Division 669 Open Junior                       4. Any Other, specify
Class
1. Primary:                 Grades K-3
2. Elementary:              Grades 4-6
3. Junior:                  Grades 7-9
4. Senior:                  Grades 10 and up

SPECIAL AWARDS & SPONSORS
                                                                           YOUTH GROUP PROJECT SHOW
• Overall Youth Science Best of Show
• Outstanding 4-H Science Exhibitor
                                                                                ENTRIES CLOSE:         Friday, April 8, 2011, 7:00 p.m.
                                                                                ENTRY FEE:             $2.00 per entry
                                                                                LIMIT:                 One entry per group or class
YOUTH INDUSTRIAL CRAFT SHOW                                                                            (4’ x 6’ maximum)

                                                                                EXHIBITS RECEIVED: Saturday, April 23
                                                                                                   10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
  ENTRIES CLOSE:            Friday, April 8, 2011, 7:00 p.m.
                                                                                                   Today’s Youth Building
  ENTRY FEE:                $1.50 per entry
                                                                                JUDGING:               Monday, April 25, 10:00 a.m.
  EXHIBITS RECEIVED: Saturday, April 23
                     10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.                                    EXHIBITS RELEASED: Monday, May 9, 12 noon to 6 p.m.
                     Today’s Youth Building
                                                                                             Danish System of Judging:
  JUDGING:                  Monday, April 25, 10:00 a.m.                                 1st-$8       2nd-$6       3rd-$4
  EXHIBITS RELEASED: Monday, May 9, 12 noon to 6 p.m.
                                                                                   Best of Show:                         Ribbon Only
               Danish System of Judging:
                                                                           SPECIAL RULES & INFORMATION
           1st-$4       2nd-$3       3rd-$2                                1.    Open to preschool through 12th grade students only.
                                                                           2.    Group projects include papier-mâché, collages, etc.
KIT ASSEMBLY
(Electric, woodworking, metal work, leather tooling, etc.)                 YOUTH GROUP PROJECTS
Division 570 4-H            Division 670 Open Junior                       Division 573 4-H Division 673 Open Junior
Class                                                                      Class
1. Primary:                 Grades K-3                                     1. Pre-School -3rd Grade
2. Elementary:              Grades 4-6                                     2. 4th Grade - 8th Grade
3. Junior:                  Grades 7-9                                     3. 9th Grade - 12th Grade
4. Senior:                  Grades 10 and up



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A SPECIAL THANK YOU TO THE FOLLOWING 2010 DIXON MAY FAIR AWARD SPONSORS:
The Andrick Family                   NorthBay Healthcare
The Baichtal/Whitworth Family        Nugget Market (Woodland)
Barrett-Leber Real Estate            Achilles & Carolyn Panizza
Gino & Dolly Baroni                  Shawna, Heather & Andrea Patterson
Barmac Farms                         William Paterson Family
Bonesteel Electric                   Lu & Daisy Pietrowski
Grace Brenneman                      Rasmussen Livestock
Buckeye Ranch & Saddle Shop          Recology Enviromental Solutions
Butler Amusements                    Richard Raycraft Ranch
California Pipe Fabricatiors         Rio Vista Friendship Ring
Katrina & Allan Castaneda            Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory
Pat Connelly                         Les Schwab Tire Center (Vacaville)
Coca-Cola                            Skip Simmons Amp Repair
Dittmer Ranch                        Solano Awards
Dixon High School FFA                Solano County 4-H Leader Council
Dixon Veterinary Clinic              Solano Construction
Diversified Power Corporation        Solano Garbage Co.
Ralph & Cheryl Donohue               Dan & Leslie Speck
Downtown Ford/ Bill Fell             Markstein Beverage Company
Ron DuPratt Ford                     Suisun Valley 4-H
The Simmons Family                   Stoney Creek Livestock
Edgewater Plumbing                   The Svoboda Family
Elmira 4-H                           Skip & Gail Thomson
R. Emigh Livestock                   Superior Farms
The Faaborg Family                   Tenbrink Orchards
Farmers Feed                         Tremont 4-H
Farm Credit West                     Vaca Valley Dairy Goat Association
Farm Direct (Cattle Division)        Valley Farm Transport, Inc.
First Northern Bank                  Vassar Ranch
Fremouw Enviromental Services inc.   The Violette Family
Dale & Kelly Fletcher                Walmart
The Franks Family                    Donnell Weigand
                                      st
Friends of Dixon May Fair            1 Western Home Loans
Dolores Garton                       Western States Angus Auxillary
James, Jim and Kathy Garvey          West Yost Association
Gates Ranch Cattle Company           Donnie & Holly Whitworth
Ghilotti Bros, Inc.                  Wooden Valley Winery
Gill Family
Gli-Co Hay, Inc.
The Good Ol’ Boys Taco Wagon
Gnos Heating & Air
Golden Hills 4-H
Eleanor Hansen
Wimmer Family
Paul & Terri Irwin
JRB Service
Jovia Groves Olive Oil
L & C Swine
Dan & Robin Lynde
MJ Livestock
MJM Ranch
Maine Prairie 4-H
Misuraca Family
Mullica Hill Cold Storage
Louise Hanner
Hagan Ranch Boer Goats
Hagan Service
Nicki Hodel Century 21
Dave & Denise Morris
Napa-Solano Cattlemens Association
Napa-Solano Cattlewomans
Association
Nielson Mechanical
North Bay Auto Auction


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       FFA AGRICULTURAL MECHANICS SHOWCASE – Department 700
                                                        600
INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION                                                          Division 701 ARCHITECTURAL DRAFTING
                                                                              Class
Department 600                                                                1. Architectural Presentations
                                                                                   (perspective with floor plan)

     ENTRIES CLOSE:           Friday, April 8, 2011, 7:00 p.m.                2.   CAD Architectural Presentations
     ENTRY FEE:               $1.50 per entry, per class                           (perspective with floor plan)
     LIMIT:                   One entry per exhibitor, per class              3.   CAD Architectural Presentations
     EXHIBITS RECEIVED: Saturday, April 23,
                        10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.                               4.   Architectural Working Drawings
                        Ag. Mech. & Industrial Ed. Building                        (floor plan, foundations, exterior elevation,
                                                                                   details, plot plan)
     JUDGING:                 Monday, April 25, 1:00 p.m.
     EXHIBITS RELEASED: Monday, May 9, 12 noon to 6 p.m.                      5.   CAD Architectural Working Drawings
                                                                                   (floor plan, foundations, exterior elevation,
                                                                                   details, plot plan)
            American System of Judging:
      1st-$5 2nd-$4     3rd-$3    4th-$2 5th-$1                               6.   Any Other
                 6th-8th ribbons only

                                                                              Division 702 MECHANICAL DRAFTING
SPECIAL RULES & INFORMATION                                                   Standard 81/2" x 11", 11" x 17", or 17" x 22" paper will be used.
1. TEACHER MUST SIGN EACH ENTRY FORM                                          Drawing shall be mounted and ready for display on a mat board
                                                                              four inches larger than sheet size on both dimensions. Entries
2.     Only projects made in school under the supervision an                  with multiple sheets are to be mounted as above, as a set on the
       industrial arts or vocational trade and technical teacher              same mat board.
       may be entered.
                                                                              Class
3.     Projects must have been started and completed during the               Mechanical Drawing,
       12 month period preceding the 2011 Dixon May Fair.                     1. Mechanical Drawing,
                                                                                   single fully dimensioned detail
4.     Projects made from assembly kits are not eligible.                     2.   CAD Mechanical Drawing,
       Component parts should be made by the exhibitor whenever                    single fully dimensioned detail
       reasonably possible, and judges will rate accordingly.                 3.   Mechanical Drawing, assembly drawing
                                                                              4.   CAD Mechanical Drawing, assembly drawing
5.     A project may be entered for one award only. No exhibitor              5.   Technical Illustrations
       may enter more than one article made of the same pattern.              6.   CAD Technical Illustrations
                                                                              7.   CAD Electronic Drafting
6.     Display cards must be filled out and attached to each exhibit,
       include the name and brief description of entry.                       8.   Any Other

7.     When no class is offered for a particular project in the proper        Division 703 PHOTOGRAPHY
       group, the project may be entered in the next higher group             Class
       offering a class for the project.                                      1. B&W Abstracts

8.     EXHIBITS NOT PICKED UP WITHIN 30 DAYS                                  2.   B&W Animals & Nature
       FOLLOWING FAIR WILL BECOME PROPERTY OF THE                             3.   B&W People
       DIXON MAY FAIR.
                                                                              4.   B&W Portraits
                                                                              5.   B&W Scenic Views
                                                                              6.   Any Color Print


                                                                              Division 704 METALS
                                                                              Class
                                                                              1. Wrought Metals (including furniture
                                                                              2.   Fabricated Metal Projects (no furniture)
                                                                              3.   Art Metal (ie. metal tooling & enamel jewelry)
                                                                              4.   Foundry (cleaned sand mold casting)
                                                                              5.   Machine Work (individual parts or simple assemblies)
                                                                              6.   Sheet Metal

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     FFA AGRICULTURAL MECHANICS SHOWCASE – Department 600
                                                      700
Division 705 WOODS
Class
1. Beginning Woodworking (no floor furniture)

2.   Advanced Woodworking (no floor furniture)

3.   Furniture Making (floor furniture: desk, tables, cabinets, etc.)

4.   Wood Turning

5.   Wood Carving

6.   Refinished Furniture


Division 706 TAXIDERMY
Class
1. Deer Heads (black-tail, mule, etc.)
2.   Other Game Heads Antlered/Horned
     (Elk, Antelope, etc.)
3.   Other Head Mounts (pig, bear, etc.)
4.   Life-size Mammals (squirrels, raccoon)
5.   Birds
6.   Fish, Reptiles, Amphibians
7.   Novelty Items
8.   Reconditioned Mounts
     (requires photo documentation of all work done)

Division 707 WILDLIFE ART
Class
1. Paintings & Drawings
2.   Wood Carvings
3.   Wood Burning
4.   Reproductions
5.   All Other

Division 708 OTHER PROJECTS
Class
1. Any Other Ind. Ed. Project

Division 709 WEARABLE ART
Class
    1. Quilts
    2. Soft Sculptures
    3. Jewelry
    4. Accessory
    5. Clothing
    6. Repurposed Items




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    FFA AGRICULTURAL MECHANICS SHOWCASE – Department 700
FFA AGRICULTURAL                                                       Division 750 REPAIRED FARM EQUIPMENT
MECHANICS SHOWCASE                                                     Class
                                                                       1. Small Projects (i.e. shovel handle, hammers, axes, hand garden
Department 700                                                              tools, etc.)
                                                                       2.   Medium Projects (i.e. wheel barrow, hog crate scale, tool box,
                                                                            weight bench, etc.)
  ENTRIES CLOSE:         Friday, April 8, 2011, 7:00 p.m.
                                                                       3.   Large Projects (i.e. trailer repairs; major repairs on harrows, discs,
  ENTRY FEE:                                                                plows, etc.)
  (Small Projects)       $1.50 per entry, per class
  (Medium Projects)      $1.50 per entry, per class                                        American System of Judging:
  (Large Projects)       $1.50 per entry, per class                    Small Projects:        1st-$10         2nd-$8      3rd-$6        4th-$5
  LIMIT:                 Two entries per exhibitor, per class                                 5th-$4          6th-$3      7th-$2        8th-$1

  EXHIBITS RECEIVED: Saturday, April 23,                               Medium Projects:       1st-$14         2nd-$12     3rd-$10       4th-$8
                     10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.                                                  5th-$6          6th-$4      7th-$3        8th-$2
                     Ag. Mech. & Industrial Ed. Building
                                                                       Large Projects:        1st-$20         2nd-$15     3rd-$10       4th-$8
  JUDGING:               Monday, April 25, 1:00 p.m.                                          5th-$6          6th-$4
  EXHIBITS RELEASED: Monday, May 9, 12 noon to 6 p.m.
                                                                       JOVIA GROVES OLIVE OIL                    Best of Show Award

              Best of Show: Ribbon only                                Division 751 CONSTRUCTED FARM EQUIPMENT
                                                                       Class
                                                                       1. Small Projects (i.e. shoe scraper, adjustable, extension cord, feed
                                                                            scoop, etc.)
SPECIAL RULES & INFORMATION                                            2.   Medium Projects (i.e. engine stand, saw horse, cart, fireplace,
1. Students entering exhibits in Ag Mechanics must be                       grate, gate, saddle rack, etc.)
   regularly enrolled in a FFA program that is following the           3.   Large Projects (i.e. sacking device, blocking table, creep feeder,
   California State Plan for Vocational Agriculture.                        loading chute, etc.
2. Although exhibits need not be owned by the exhibitor, all
   must be the products of students as a regular part of their                         American System of Judging:
   instruction in Ag Mechanics for the past year.                      Small Projects:        1st-$14         2nd-$12     3rd-$10       4th-$8
3. The student exhibitor must have been at least the major                                    5th-$6          6th-$4      7th-$2        8th-$1
   contributor to the building or repairing of the exhibit.
4. No entry may be shown for more than one calendar year.
5. An article may not be entered in more than one class and            Medium Projects:       1st-$18         2nd-$16     3rd-$14       4th-$12
   each exhibitor may not enter more than one article from the                                5th-$10         6th-$8      7th-$6        8th-$4
   same pattern.
6. Display cards must be filled out and attached to each
   exhibit in this department, correctly labeling the exhibit          Large Projects:        1st-$25         2nd-$20     3rd-$15       4th-$12
   and giving a brief summary of the student exhibitor’s                                      5th-$10         6th-$8
   project.
7. Subclasses within each class may be established for judging
   if the quantity entered and the variety of exhibits warrant.        SPECIAL AWARD & SPONSOR
   Premiums will be awarded as listed to each subclass
   established. A minimum of sixteen entries is necessary to           • The William Eldridge Memorial Award....... The Eldridge Family
   subdivide into two classes. A minimum of twenty-four                Presented to the Ag Mechanics exhibitor who’s exhibit displays the best
   entries is necessary to subdivide into three classes.               craftsmanship in the opinion of the judge.
8. EXHIBITS NOT PICKED UP WITHIN 30 DAYS
   FOLLOWING FAIR WILL BECOME PROPERTY OF THE
   DIXON MAY FAIR.




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                            LIVESTOCK SHOWCASE – Department 800
JUNIOR LIVESTOCK SHOWCASE                                                     one of small. Large animals are beef, sheep, goats and swine.
                                                                              Small animals are rabbits, chickens, quail and Turkeys.
GENERAL JUNIOR SHOW RULES                                               12.   No exhibitor shall receive more than two cash awards in any
The Fair industry has established and continues to revise                     one class.
consistent, statewide standards of livestock welfare and                13.   Premiums are paid only in accordance with the results
management practices for the junior livestock program. These                  recorded on judge’s sheets. Tags, ribbons, etc., have no value
standards will assure livestock product quality, food safety and              as to payment of premiums.
livestock competition that is educational, fair and ethical.            14.   Anyone (parent, leader, advisor or relative of exhibitor) may not
Communication and coordination among the fair industry,                       interfere with judging sheets or judges decision. If this may
livestock industry, youth educators, and regulatory bodies will               occur the exhibitor will be DQ and asked to leave the fair
help to accomplish these objectives.                                          without premiums or awards. They will not be able to show in
                                                                              the 2012 fair.
1.   It is the goal of the 36th District Agricultural Association to    15.   Premium checks must be cashed within three months from the
     produce a well-rounded show with respect to the commerce                 date issued. There will be a $20.00 fee for Stop Payment if a
     of Solano County which includes the maximum number of                    replacement check is issued.
     species and breeds of livestock capable of being displayed         16.   Only dogs being exhibited or dogs certified for the
     in the space available at the Dixon May Fair. Within each                disabled may be on the Dixon Fairgrounds.
     species, first priority for exhibitors will be given to Solano
     County exhibitors, second priority given to junior exhibitors      17. All livestock must be in place by 1:00 p.m. on TUESDAY, MAY
     outside of Solano County. Priorities based on exhibit space.           3, 2011.

2.   State Rules are applicable to all classes offered, exhibitors,     18. The Dixon May Fair DOES NOT provide first bedding.
     and entries entered at the 2011 Dixon May Fair. State Rules
     and Health Rules applicable to the Senior Department apply         19. Exhibitors must have animals, aisles, stalls, and/or pens
     to the Junior Department.                                              cleaned and all tack out of the way of the public by 9:00 a.m.
                                                                            daily, or risk the withholding of premium awards and/or
3.   Each exhibit must be the bona fide property of the exhibitor           elimination from the Junior Livestock Auction, of the 2011
     and must be included in his/her current year's project work.           Dixon May Fair.
     All exhibitors must own market beef for 120 days, and
     market sheep, swine, and goats 60 days prior to the opening        20. All exhibitors must make animals available for educational
     day of fair, May 4, 2011. Chickens, rabbits, and quail must            exhibits, display, judging and/or showmanship contests. All
     be owned 30 days prior to fair, and all breeding animals 60            exhibits must have a stall card with the exhibitor name, animal
     days.                                                                  identification (ear tag/tattoo number), and club or chapter
                                                                            name.
4.   Independent exhibitors must have on ground supervision by
     a responsible adult and phone number left with Livestock           21. All stall assignments are at the discretion of the livestock staff
     Office.                                                                and no changes in the stall assignments are allowed without
                                                                            the approval of the Livestock Superintendent.
5.   4-H, FFA or Grange members enrolled in a project as of
     January 1, 2011 will not be eligible to show in that project       22. No animals may be removed from the barns or leave the Dixon
     category as an Independent Junior.                                     Fairgrounds prior to 6:00 p.m., Sunday, May 8, 2011. The 6:00
                                                                            p.m. release time may be changed at the discretion of the
6.   ALL Independent Exhibitors MUST HAVE Liability Insurance               Livestock Supervisor. Any exhibitor found violating this rule
     per California Fair Service Authority recommendation Small             will forfeit his/her premium awards and will not be eligible to
     Animal $18.00 per event (unlimited entries) Large Animal               exhibit at the 2012 Dixon May Fair.
     $35.00 per event (unlimited entries) Or $35.00 per family.
     MAKE MONEY ORDER OR CASHIERS CHECK PAYABLE                         23. Nurse cows are not permitted on the Dixon Fairgrounds,
     TO CALIFORNIA FAIR SERVICES AUTHORITY. (CFSA)                          except for those that are natural mothers.

7.   All exhibitors must have their entry form filled out               24. When caring and grooming animals at the fair, junior
     completely. Junior exhibitors must also have the                       exhibitors shall not accept help from adults or non-
     signature of their leader, advisor, and parent and the                 exhibiting youth unless the junior exhibitor is actively
     organization, if any to which they belong.                             engaged, and the assistance is for instruction only.
                                                                            Persons violating this rule may be eliminated from
8.   Designated entry fees must accompany entry forms. All                  competition at the Dixon May Fair and participating in the
     checks are to be made payable to: Dixon May Fair or the                junior auction, and consequently may be required to leave
     36th District Agricultural Association.                                the Dixon Fairgrounds immediately. No fitting will be
                                                                            allowed after 11:00 p.m. and before 6:00 a.m.
9.   No entry fees will be refunded.
                                                                        25. All livestock needing weight certificates will be weighed on the
10. All entry forms must be in the Dixon May Fair Office by 7:00            official Dixon May Fair scale on Monday, May 2, 2011. An out
    p.m., Friday APRIL 8, 2011. Entries that have been mailed               billing from a sales yard and/or brand inspection certificate or
    must be postmarked no later than APRIL 8, 2011, to Dixon                an approved bill of sale for all beef animals that are entered for
    May Fair Entry Office, P.O. Box 459, Dixon, CA 95620-                   sale must be presented to the weigh master at the time of
    0459. Metered mail is not acceptable as proof of the                    weigh-in. (NO EXCEPTIONS)
    mail deadline. NO VARIANCES WILL BE CONSIDERED!
11. Exhibitors are limited to two market entries per exhibitor:
    two large animals or two small animals, or one of large and
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26. No excessive water or foreign material will be allowed on the      4.   INDEPENDENT JUNIORS, those persons who are not FFA or
    animal at the time of weigh-in. The decision of the weigh               4-H, or Grange project members may enter the Junior
    master doing the weighing shall be final in terms of what               Livestock Show provided they meet the following criteria:
    constitutes “excessive” or “foreign”.                                          The exhibitor is at least 9 years of age or in the 4th
                                                                                   Grade as of January 1, 2011.
27. All market animals (chickens, rabbits, & quail) that are sold             a. Independent Exhibitors are eligible to compete/exhibit
    at the auction with a disposition that states they are to be                   through December 31 of the year in which they turn 19
    taken live must be cared for by the seller until the animal is                 years of age.
    picked up on Sunday evening. If the animal is to be                       b. ALL Independent Exhibitors MUST HAVE Liability
    processed, the seller is responsible for the processing of the                 Insurance per California Fair Service Authority
    meat. Arrangements must be made between the buyer and                          recommendation Small Animal $18.00 per event
    seller.                                                                        (unlimited entries) Large Animal $35.00 per event
                                                                                   (unlimited entries) Or $35.00 per family. MAKE
28. Signature on entry form and Drug form signifies compliance                     MONEY ORDER OR CASHIERS CHECK PAYABLE
    with all manufacturer and veterinarian pharmaceutical,                         TO CALIFORNIA FAIR SERVICES AUTHORITY.
    biologic, and chemical instructions and withdrawal                             (CFSA)
    regulations, and that all off-label treatments to market                  c. The exhibitor must have “on grounds” supervision by a
    animals have been administered lawfully in accordance with                     responsible adult.
    a prescription from a California-licensed veterinarian, whose             d. Show criteria:
    statement under penalty of perjury notes dosage, date, and                              Any exhibitor in 8th grade and below will show
    purpose for administration.                                                             in the 4-H Junior Division
                                                                                            any exhibitor in 9th grade and above will show
29. All registered breeding animals must be able to provide                                 in the FFA Division
    registration papers, and animals must have proper
    identification ie: tattoo, ear tag, etc. These registration
    papers must be checked by the livestock office on or before
                                                                       LIABILITY
    8 p.m. on Monday, May 2, 2011.
                                                                       The 36th District Agricultural Association cannot legally carry
                                                                       liability insurance covering junior exhibitors and/or their exhibits.
30. Personal generators are allowed.
                                                                       Liability insurance is the responsibility of the junior exhibitor.
                                                                       Insurance coverage is available through CFSA.
31. Any infraction of the Junior Livestock Show rules will be
    adjudicated by the CEO of the Dixon May Fair.
                                                                       UNIFORM REQUIREMENTS
                                                                       1.   4-H Club exhibitors are expected to wear the recognized 4-H
JUNIOR SHOW                                                                 uniform when exhibiting animals. This consists of a 4-H hat or
The Dixon May Fair is an Open Junior Show. Any junior in                    Spirit Cap, white shirt or blouse (long or short sleeved), 4-H tie
California is eligible (according to State Rules) to compete in the         or collar, white, off-white or green jeans. If a jacket is worn, it
Junior Breeding Showcases. Market classes are only open to                  must be 4-H green or white in color. (See Junior Horse Show
residents of Solano County. The Fair industry has established               rules for hat and headgear regulations pertaining to its show.)
and continues to revise consistent, statewide standards of
livestock welfare and management practices for the junior             2.    The recognized FFA show uniform to be worn by all FFA
livestock program. These standards will assure livestock product            exhibitors and by helpers in individual and chapter groups
quality, food safety and livestock competition that is educational,         while showing at fairs and livestock shows shall consist of
fair and ethical. Communication and coordination among the fair             white pants, white shirt (short or long sleeved) with the FFA
industry, livestock industry, youth educators, and regulatory               emblem attached to the left pocket, and the official FFA blue
bodies will help to accomplish these objectives.                            necktie for boys or FFA blue scarf for girls. The official FFA
                                                                            jacket is optional; if worn, the shirt emblem is not required.
AGE & ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS                                              Hats or headgear of any kind shall not be worn with the official
1.   FFA members are eligible for entry when they enroll in high            show uniform while showing. (See Junior Horse Show for hat
     school vocational agricultural classes, and may continue               and headgear regulations, pertaining to its show).
     exhibiting as members until the end of the calendar year
     following the year of graduation from high school. (For           3.   Independent Juniors are expected to wear “whites” during
     example, a graduate this year is eligible until December 31            competition. “Whites” shall consist of new appearing white
     of next year.)                                                         pants or skirt and a new appearing white shirt or blouse. (See
                                                                            Junior Horse Show rules for hat and headgear regulations
2.   Junior, Intermediate, and Senior 4-H members must be 9                 pertaining to its show).
     years old or in the 4th Grade by January 1, 2011. Exhibitors
     are eligible to compete/exhibit through December 31 of the
     year in which they turn 19 years of age.

3.   GRANGE members must be 9 years old on January 1, 2011
     to exhibit large animals and are eligible to compete/exhibit
     until the end of the calendar year in which they turn 19 years
     of age.


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IMPORTANT INFORMATION
FOR JUNIOR EXHIBITORS                                                           FRIENDS OF THE FAIR
1.   ALL MARKET BEEF, HOGS, GOATS AND SHEEP MUST                               SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
     BE TAGGED AT THE FAIRGROUNDS ON THE
     ASSIGNED DATE.
                                                                            Friends of the Fair, is an organization that serves
2.   Market Steers will be tagged on Saturday, January 8, 2011            the Dixon May Fair in which offers a total of
     from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. You will need to provide a Bill of            $11,000 in college scholarships to prospective or
     Sale and a Yellow transportation slip, at ear tagging.               current college students from Solano County
     Exhibitors may have two animals per specie tagged free of            seeking careers in an agricultural-field.
     charge, but must pay $5.00 for each additional animal.
                                                                            The Friends will offer eight scholarships: four
3.   Market hog, goat and sheep tagging will be on Saturday,              $2,000 scholarships for those attending a four-
     March 5, 2011 from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Exhibitors may             year college or students who will be enrolled in a
     have two animals tagged free of charge, but must pay $5.00           two-year college this year. The deadline to submit
     for each additional animal.
                                                                          the annual applications is early March.
4.   Sheep Exhibitors: Breeder names must be listed on your                 Eligible to apply are high school seniors
     entry form and a copy of the bill of sale must be                    throughout the county and Solano County youths
     attached.                                                            already attending a four-year or two-year college.
                                                                          The scholarships are based on personal
5.   Entries and entry fees must reach the fairgrounds on
     time! The Dixon May Fair is NOT responsible for lost mail.           commitment and goals, leadership potential, civic
                                                                          accomplishments and agricultural interests,
6.   Market Sheep and Market Goat exhibitors must have scrapie            including 4-H, FFA or Grange experience
     tags in animal’s ear at pre-tagging. NO EXCEPTIONS!                  (desired, but not mandated.) This can include
7.   All State Rules apply. State Rule Booklets are available in
                                                                          agriculture and resource economics, dairy
     the Dixon May Fair Office or at the Livestock Office.                science, environmental horticulture science,
                                                                          veterinary medicine, avian sciences, agricultural
8.   The Livestock Superintendent may make changes or                     engineering, agronomy and range science,
     modifications to rules or information in the premium book            forestry, home economics, pomology, food
     with the approval of the Dixon May Fair’s CEO.
                                                                          science and nutrition, earth and soil sciences,
9.   The health of all livestock will be examined upon arrival on         wildlife and fisheries biology, landscape
     Monday, May 2. If animals do not meet the Health                     architecture, environmental design, pest
     standard, they must be removed from the grounds                      management, natural resources management,
     immediately.
                                                                          hydrologic science, viticulture and enology and
10. Muzzling of animals is prohibited.                                    child, family and consumer science. Applicants
                                                                          must have a minimum grade point average of 2.0
11. All junior exhibitors must be accompanied by a                        or be a student in good standing.
    responsible adult at all times while on the fairgrounds.              Last year’s recipients of $2,000, attending a four-
12. The Dixon May Fair Junior Livestock Auction is a terminal             year college category included Molly Carlson of
     sale.                                                                Fairfield, Charles Hamilton of Rio Vista, $3,000,
                                                                          went to Melissa Di Francesco of Vacaville, and
13. Independent exhibitor DO NOT have to take a photo,                    Ashley Holten-Westhaver of Fairfield. $1,000.00
     at ear tagging or send in a report card.                             went to Casey Koch of Vacaville, Nathaniel
                                                                          Benning of Dixon and Rebecca Ivanusich of
14. Exhibitors may purchase tack pens inside the barns
        at $30.00 per pen. Limit is one per exhibitor and
                                                                          Dixon.
        first paid with a limit of pens offered. Or you may                 Each application must be submitted on the
        choose to get a free pen outside of barn.                         Friends of the Fair official application entry form,
                                                                          available on-line at www.friendsofthefair.org.
                                                                          Further information on the scholarships is
                                                                          available by writing to the Friends of the Fair, P.O.
                                                                          Box 242, Dixon, CA 95620 or visiting the website
                                                                          or telephoning Joan Giannoni at (707) 678-5618
                                                                          or Claudia Huffman of Vacaville (707) 448-0130.



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DIXON MAY FAIR LIVESTOCK RV POLICY                                    space for 2012 Fair, and your trailer will need to be
                                                                      removed.
1. RV’s will be guaranteed a minimum of 35 spaces.
                                                                 12. The adult leader or parent with trailer will be required to
2. Due to a high demand for RV Spaces, there will be a               sign the application acknowledging they have read these
   limit of 1 paid application per residence.                        rules and agree to abide by them.

3. RV spaces WILL NOT be available to residents of            13. Only registered chaperones, leaders/advisors,
   Dixon, students within the Dixon Unified School District       exhibitors and siblings are allowed to camp in the trailer
   boundaries or members of Dixon Clubs/Chapter, even             area. No more than five exhibitors are allowed per
   if you live out of the Dixon boundaries but belong to a        trailer.
   Dixon Club/Chapter.
                                                              14. Identification cards provided by Fair management must
4. A $100.00 trailer fee is required to reserve spaces.           be completed and visibly posted on all trailers.
   Spaces will not be reserved until this fee has been
   paid. Fees must be paid with cash, cashier check,          15. No contained fires/BBQs will be allowed after 10 p.m.-
   money order, VISA and Mastercard. (No personal                 6:00 am absolutely no open fires are allowed.
   checks)
                                                              16. No waste-water buckets may be used.
5. All space reservations will be accepted on a first-come
   basis. No reservations will be taken prior to March 7,     17. No noise after 10:00 p.m.
   2011. All RV trailer spaces will be assigned by fair
   staff. Requests for specific spaces will be considered, 18. No dogs are allowed at the Fair except for service
   but not guaranteed. If space fills up, a waiting list will     dogs.
   be established but with no guarantee of space. The
   size of the trailer must be provided in order to reserve   19. There is no guarantee of electricity or water in the
   space. Oversized trailers may not be accommodated.             spaces.

6. Upon receiving the reservation and fee, a form                20. Use of illicit drugs or use of alcohol by exhibitors,
   confirming your reservation will be sent to you.                  parents, chaperones, leaders or advisors, will not be
                                                                     tolerated.
7. Trailers will not be pulled in prior to date identified on
   your reservation confirmation form. Trailers must             21. No firearms or weapons are permitted on the
   remain stationary for the duration of the exhibitors              fairgrounds. Fair management reserves the right to
   stay. All trailers must be removed by date and time               determine what is considered a weapon.
   identified on your reservation confirmation form. The
   Dixon May Fair reserves the right to take any and all         22. There will be Security patrol after 10:00 p.m., ANY
   appropriate action to evict trailers or vehicles which            violation of rules, by exhibitors, family or guests will be
   are not removed by the deadlines specified on the                 referred to Fair management for appropriate action.
   reservation confirmation form. All costs associated
   with evictions from the trailer area will be the              23. Violation of rules or fair policies is grounds for loss of
   responsibility of the registered owner of the trailer or          trailer spaces.
   vehicle.
                                                                24. Minor Violations of the rules will result in the following
8.    RV’s will be limited to a maximum size of 32’, and slide      consequences:
      outs will be permitted within your marked RV space.                 a) Verbal warning
      Anyone not adhering to these rules will be removed                  b) Written citation
      from the trailer park, NO EXCEPTIONS.                               c) Removal of trailer from fairgrounds
                                                                24. Serious violations of above rules (i.e.-use of alcohol of
9.    No vehicles will be allowed in the Trailer park or on the drug, physical violence, or possession and/or use of firearms
      grounds from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 a.m.                       or other weapons) will result immediate ejection from the
                                                                Fairgrounds, loss of privilege to sell in the Jr. Livestock
10.   One responsible chaperone (parent or leader)              Auction, entries removed from Fairgrounds, and loss of
                                                                premiums.
11.   25 years of age) is required per trailer. Siblings are
      not considered chaperones no matter the age. No
      Junior Exhibitor, even if 18 or over, can stay without a
      chaperone. If there is no chaperone after 10:00 p.m.
      thru 6:00 a.m. you will not be able to reserve a trailer


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JUNIOR LIVESTOCK AUCTION                                                        SUNDAY, MAY 8, 2011, MAY BE BANNED FROM
                                                                                EXHIBITING AT THE 2012, DIXON MAY FAIR. Decision of
                                                                                such mismanagement will be the responsibility of the
COMBINED LARGE & SMALL ANIMAL JUNIOR                                            Dixon May Fair management.
LIVESTOCK AUCTION                                                         17.   A selling commission of 10 PERCENT of the gross selling
(Saturday, May 7, 2011, 11:30 a.m.)                                             price will be deducted before making checks payable to the
The sale is being sponsored by the 36th District                                seller to defray auction sales expenses.
Agricultural Association. Livestock to be sold at the Dixon               18.   Auction checks must be cashed within three months from
May Fair Junior Livestock Auction must be entered on the                        the date issued. There will be a $20.00 fee to issue a
                                                                                replacement check. Nothing issued after three months.
following conditions:                                                     19.   ALL MARKET ANIMAL EXHIBITORS MUST CERTIFY THAT
1.    Animals to be entered in this sale must be declared at the
                                                                                NO UNAUTHORIZED CHEMICALS HAVE BEEN
      time of judging. An “Intent to Sell” list will be located in the
                                                                                ADMINISTERED TO THEIR ANIMAL(S) AND THAT THE
      Livestock Office for each club/chapter leader/advisor to sign
                                                                                WITHDRAWAL TIME REQUIRED OF ALL APPROVED
      out. Each exhibitor must declare by signature his or her
                                                                                DRUGS OR DEDICATION HAS BEEN ADHERED TO. A
      intent to sell. If he/she has entered two market animals they
                                                                                FORM WILL BE AVAILABLE AT THE DIXON MAY FAIR
      must place their signature next to the animal that they intend
                                                                                OFFICE OR FROM LEADERS/ADVISORS. THIS FORM
      to sell and cross out and initial the animal that will not be
                                                                                MUST BE COMPLETED PRIOR TO WEIGH-IN.
      sold. Each “Intent to Sell” list must be returned to the
                                                                          20.   Sellers are responsible for animals that are rejected at
      Livestock Office one hour after judging is finished for each
                                                                                processing center due to the presence of drug residues.
      species market class. If declaration by signature is not on
                                                                          21.   Sellers of market lambs and market goats are responsible for
      the list, highest placing animal will be sold.
                                                                                animals which are rejected at the processing center due to the
2.    An exhibitor may sell only one animal in the sale whether it
                                                                                presence of scrapie.
      be large (beef, sheep, swine, goat) or small (chicken,              22.   If an animal is returned from the slaughterhouse for any
      Turkey, quail or rabbit).
                                                                                reason, the exhibitor will forfeit all awards (Ribbons,
3.    Livestock sold in this auction must be entered and exhibited
                                                                                Trophies, and full amount of Sale money). NO
      by the owner in the 2011 Dixon May Fair.
                                                                                EXCEPTIONS.
4.    Weigh-in will be on Monday, May 2, 2011, on the Dixon
                                                                          23.   Sale animals must be shown in the appropriate market class
      Fairgrounds and animals will be sold on the basis of those
                                                                                by the owner.
      weights. Re-weighs can only be requested while the
                                                                          24.   The exhibitor must be present to sell his/her own animal when
      animal is still on the scale. The animal is not to leave the
                                                                                the animal is scheduled to sell and as determined by posted
      immediate scale area while the scale is balanced and
                                                                                sale order. If the exhibitor is not present when his/her animal
      cleared for the animal to be re-weighed.
                                                                                is due in the ring, then the animal will not sell and the exhibitor
5.    Animals must meet the specific weight classification given in
                                                                                will forfeit the ability to sell at any point in the sale.
      the premium list for the particular class entered.
                                                                          25.   The 36th District Agricultural Association has the sole right to
6.    The Dixon May Fair Junior Livestock Auction is a terminal
                                                                                interpret the rules and make emergency judgments.
      sale.
                                                                          26.   All beef animals must have an out billing from a sales yard or a
7.    There is no limit on the number of lots/animals that may sell
                                                                                Brand Inspection Certificate, or an approved bill of sale in order
      in the sale.
                                                                                to qualify for the sale. Exhibitors must have either or both of
8.    The following species of ”Market Ready” animals will be
                                                                                the documents with them when the animals are weighed. No
      allowed to sell: Beef, Sheep, Swine & Goats
                                                                                exceptions!
9.    The following species of animals will be allowed to sell
                                                                          27.   All Supreme Champion, Reserve Supreme Champion, Grand
      Poultry & Quail Meat Pens, Rabbit Meat Pens, Turkeys, and
                                                                                Champion and Reserve Grand Champion Market Animals
      Single Fryers.
                                                                                MUST sell. (This rule supersedes Rule #2).
10.   Only “Market Ready” animals will be allowed to be
                                                                          28.   Supreme Champions and Reserve Supreme
      auctioned.
                                                                                Champions/Grand Champions and Reserve Grand Champions
11.   The sale order will be posted no later than 4:00 p.m., Friday,
                                                                                are selected by the respective judges and will determine the
      May 6, 2011 and exhibitors have 1 hour after posting to
                                                                                sale order of 4-H and FFA class champions.
      identify corrections or withdraw from the sale. If an exhibitor
                                                                          29.   Animal disposition must be stated at the time of signing the
      withdraws after that deadline, then he/she will not be
                                                                                disposition slip. Otherwise, animals automatically will be
      permitted to enter the Dixon May Fair the following year.
                                                                                marked “resale”. Options for large and small animals are not
12.   THE 36TH DISTRICT AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION
                                                                                the same (see rules #33 & 34).
      RESERVES THE RIGHT TO ARRANGE THE SELLING
                                                                          30.   Some livestock sold at the Junior Livestock Auction will be sent
      ORDER.
                                                                                to designated federally inspected slaughter facilities. Some
13.   Animals will be photographed for the buyers. Certificates of
                                                                                sale animals will leave the Dixon Fairgrounds Sunday, May 8,
      appreciation will be given to buyers of animals in the sale.
                                                                                2011 on transportation provided by 36th District Agricultural
14.   Each animal will be sold to the highest bidder without
                                                                                Association. There will be NO “Will Take Live” on beef, sheep,
      reserve. All sales are final at the drop of the auctioneer’s
                                                                                goats and swine.
      gavel. The auctioneer will settle any dispute concerning bids
                                                                          31.   Rabbits, chickens, & quail sold at the auction may be taken live
      by declaring all bids off and reselling the animal in question.
                                                                                on Sunday at 6:00 p.m., or arrangements for processing need
15.   All animals will be fed and cared for by the exhibitors, free of
                                                                                to be made with the seller. Disposition slip must be presented,
      charge, and without any responsibility to the purchaser until
                                                                                along with the buyer’s signature, in order to take a small animal
      delivered to the purchaser at 6:00 p.m., Sunday, May 8,
                                                                                live.
      2011. Animals left at this time will be done so at the
      purchaser’s expense.
16.   EXHIBITORS WHO DO NOT PROPERLY FEED AND
      CARE FOR THEIR ANIMALS FOR THE DURATION OF
      THE DIXON MAY FAIR UNTIL THE TIME OF LOTTING ON
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    32. ALL JUNIOR SALE PARTICIPANTS WILL BE
        MAILED A CHECK FOR THE MARKET PRICE OF                    34. All exhibitors must take a photo for Auction, or you will be
        THEIR ANIMAL IMMEDIATLEY FOLLOWING THE                        fined $50.00.
        FAIR. A SECOND CHECK FOR ANY AMOUNT
        GREATER THAN MARKET PRICE WILL BE MAILED
        FOLLOWING FULL PAYMENT BY THE BUYER.                      35. Payment to the Bank of Stockton is due by the thirtieth (30)
                                                                      Calendar day after the sale. The thirty-third day after the
    33. EXHIBITORS MUST CASH THEIR CHECKS ON OR                       auction is considered late. Buyers, who were 30 days late in
        BEFORE AUGUST 15, 2011. AFTER AUGUST 15TH                     paying for their animal’s at the most recent auction, need to
        FUNDS WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE.                                  provide a credit card or certified check to the Bank of Stockton
                                                                      so they can receive a buyer’s number. Any waiver to this rule
                                                                      needs written approval from the fair CEO that needs to be
                          NEW                                         provided to the Bank of Stockton when receiving a buyer’s
                                                                      number.

                                                                  36. Immediate family members i.e.: parents, grandparents, aunt,
                                                                         uncle, etc., who wish to purchase their child’s or relatives
                                                                         animals need to pay for the animal within seventy-two (72)
                                                                         hours of the sale. Any violation of this rule will disqualify
                                                                         the exhibitor from showing at next year’s fair.




THANK YOU NOTES FOR AUCTION

    1.   A thank you note must be written to each buyer of your animal (if you have 5 buyers you must write 5 notes)
    2.   Standard stationery designed for correspondence or large size greeting cards (blank inside) must be used. Minimum size of
         greeting cards is 5”x7”. Minimum paper is 6”x9”. DO NOT USE: Binder paper (lined paper of any kind) plain printer paper and
         index cards.
    3. Thank you notes must be written in ink or typed. If typed they should still be signed in your own penmanship.
    4. Envelope must be properly addressed (in ink) with complete name and address of the buyer and stamped before you receive
         your first check. The Fair will not supply any material for your use.
    5. Envelope must have your complete return address, lot #, and if, you’re animal was a hog, beef, lamb, goat or small animal.
    6. DO NOT SEAL THE ENVELOPE – DON’T FORGET THE STAMP.
    7. The first check may be issued when your thank you note is delivered on the final Sunday – May 8, 2011 at 4pm at the
         Livestock Office.
    ***Note: Thank you notes must be turned in to the office by May 20, 2011 or exhibitor will forfeit their payment checks.




A SPECIAL THANK YOU TO THE FOLLOWING 2010 DIXON MAY FAIR AWARD SPONSORS:
The Andrick Family                            James, Jim and Kathy Garvey                     Achilles & Carolyn Panizza
The Baichtal/Whitworth Family                 The Gates Ranch Cattle Company                  Shawna, Heather & Andrea Patterson
Gino & Dolly Baroni                           Gill Family                                     Lu & Daisy Pietrowski
Bonesteel Electric                            Golden Hills 4-H                                Rasmussen Livestock
Grace Brenneman                               Eleanor Hansen                                  Rio Vista Friendship Ring
Butler Amusements                             Wimmer Family                                   Solano Awards
Katrina & Allan Castaneda                     Paul & Terri Irwin                              Solano County 4-H Leader Council
Pat Connelly                                  Jovia Groves Olive Oil                          Dan & Leslie Speck
Dittmer Ranch                                 L & C Swine                                     Suisun Valley 4-H
Dixon High School FFA                         Dan & Robin Lynde                               Stoney Creek Livestock
Ralph & Cheryl Donohue                        MJ Livestock                                    The Svoboda Family
The Simmons Family                            Maine Prairie 4-H                               Tremont 4-H
Elmira 4-H                                    Misuraca Family                                 Vaca Valley Dairy Goat Association
The Faaborg Family                            Louise Hanner                                   Vassar Ranch
Dale & Kelly Fletcher                         Dave & Denise Morris                            The Violette Family
The Franks Family                             Napa-Solano Cattlemens Association              Western States Angus Auxillary
Friends of the Dixon May Fair                 Napa-Solano Cattlewomans                        Wooden Valley Winery
Dolores Garton                                Association

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                                    Dixon May Fair Jr. Horse Show
                                              Royalty Court Competition
The 2010 Dixon May Fair Royalty Court includes May Fair Queen Sasha Lyons, Princess Danielle McCants,
Junior Princess Kayla Duncan, and Little Miss Macy Nielson.
Rules and applications are available in the Dixon May Fair office. Applications must be returned to the office by
March 4, 2011 to qualify.

                                                         Special Contest
                               “Linda Smithson Memorial Team Challenge”
 This is a program designed to promote youth working together, supporting one another in their goals, promote
working hard and creating fairness in awards.

SPECIAL RULES AND INFORMATION
1. Teams are limited to 3 members and can be a combination from any Club, Chapter, or Independent.
2. Each team will consist of 1- Walk/Trot exhibitor, 1-Junior exhibitor and 1-Senior exhibitor. Walk/Trot
   exhibitors will be drawn, on Saturday morning.
3. Exhibitors may be a member of one (1) team only.
4. If a team member fails to show up, a substitution may be made prior to the start of the show.

Total overall scores by team members will decide challenge winners.

Teams must sign up on Friday, April 1, 2011 by 7 p.m.
Team entry must be on Challenge Form (available in the fair office or call 707-678-5529, ask for entry dept).
Entry fee of $50.00 per team made payable to: Dixon May Fair Jr. Horse Show.
Challenge entry fees will be used to cover the cost of the special Challenge awards.
                                                       Team Challenge Winners                                          Special Thanks
                                                                                                                       to Rhonda Rayn

                                         THANK YOU TO THE SPECIAL SPONSORS
                                            of the 2010 JUNIOR HORSE SHOW
                                                                                                                Kelsh & Associates
Alexius and Mary Aiu             First Northern Bank                       Vicki Dempsey                        Briana Perry
Blaine & Mary Baichtal           Friends of Dixon May Fair                 Nick’s Electric                      Help u Build Pools
Bell Products                    Dolores Garton                            Mallard Creek                        Pony man
The Bello Family                 The Gill Family                           Martinez Ranches & Reining Horses    Solano County Builders
Judy K. Frodsham Bonham          Gini’s Hay Barn                           The Moose Lodge Delta 1846           Syar Industries
Buckeye Ranch                    Growers Air Service                       Gala Nettles                         Solano Awards
Castle Morgans                   Marsha A. Gagnon                          Powells Counter Tops                 Soroptimist Of Dixon
Cowboy Magic                     Higby’s Country Feed Store                Tracker Family                       Rick Tulley Real Estate
Custom Ag Services               Herzog Family                             The Printing Shop                    Dr. Peter Timm –
Cynde’s Place                    Allison Heers                             Powells Countertops                     Dixon Veterinary Clinic
Dixon Florist & Gift Shop        Haven;s Family                            Quality Driving School               Jodi Tuft
Dixon Hardware & Lumber Co.      Shawn Hardcastle                          Rafter Jo Saddlery                   Valley Vet Supply
Dixon Sanitary Service           Johnson’s Hay Service                     Ramos Cabinet Shop                   Ranch Hotel
Double M Trucking                Isle’s Quarter Horses                     The Roadrunner                       Dave & Joyce Waller
Dixon Veterinary Clinic          Leber Concrete                            Ranch Hotel- J.O. Saddleshop         Jake Lamont & Katie Waller
The Duncan Family                Lindemann Fence Co.                       Solano Green Acres                   West Family
Delta Moose Lodge #1846          The McCants II Family                     Scandia Family Fun Center            Saddles to Boots
Era Home Traditions              The Roberts Family                        SMS, LLC                             Thornton & Sons Jewelers
KC Mertz                         LMH Publishing Company                    Sheldon Gas Co.

The Ground Crew- The “A” team
Tina Burchell, Traci Bello, Brian Duncan, Tommy Raycraft & TJ, Miss Teen Solano County, Vicky Van Sant, Justin Rayn, Ryan Lozano, Sally Adams,
Barbara Beckworth, Kori Robinson and many others . “Thank you for all your help in making our show a success!”
Muriel Gill Silver Spur Award – Desare Gilley/Reserve Isabelle Rodriques
Volunteer Award – Shaun Glennan
Special Awards in Memory of:
Suzanne Hataratty, Debra D. Danielson, Bill Rayn, Frank and Nona Higby, Albert and Vern Atkinson, Jack E. Green Sr., Pat Raycraft,
Linda Smithson and Eileene Carlson
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JUNIOR HORSE SHOW                                                      Division 802 WALK/TROT

                                                                       Division 803 JUNIOR
Open Junior
OpenShow Show
  ENTRIES CLOSE:           Friday, April 8, 2011, 7:00 p.m.            Division 804 SENIOR
  ENTRY FEE:               $4.00 per class
                           NO REFUNDS
                                                                       SATURDAY SCHEDULE: Showmanship; Followed by
                           (Photo of your project animal               Class
                           required with entry form)                       9. Royalty Court Horse Mastership
                           Please use HORSE ENTRY FORM                      10. Bareback
                           One Horse Per Form                               11. English Equitation
                                                                            12. English Pleasure
  LAB FEE:                 $5.00 per horse                                  13. Western Equitation
  CHECK IN TIME:           Saturday, April 23, 6:30 a.m.                    14. Western Pleasure
                                                                            15. Trail
                                                                            16. California Pole Bending
  JUDGING:                 Saturday, April 23, 7:30 a.m.                    17. Flag Race
                                                SHARP                       18. Clover Leaf Barrels
                                                                            19. Mystery Game

American System of Judging: No Cash Awards
     (Ribbons Awarded through 8th Place)
                                                                       Horse Showmanship
                                                                       SPECIAL RULES AND INFORMATION
SPECIAL RULES AND INFORMATION
                                                                       1.   Exhibitor’s age on all showmanship classes is based upon
1. No Stallions Allowed.                                                    January 1, 2011.
2. No Alcoholic beverages are allowed.                                 2.   Showmanship classes are defined as follows:
3. The animal shown must be the horse that the exhibitor has                Novice: Open only to those exhibitors who have not
    used in project training. This show is open to 4-H and                  competed in any horse showmanship before, regardless of
    FFA participants who are currently enrolled in this year’s              youth group affiliation.
    project. Independent Juniors, as defined by the State                   Junior: Ages 13 years and under as of January 1, 2011.
    Rules for California Fairs, are also eligible.                          Senior: Ages 14 years and over as of January 1, 2011.
                                                                       3.   The winner of each Novice class is eligible to compete in his/her
4. Parents, Trainers or coaches may not coach from the
                                                                            corresponding age class.
    sidelines. Your child will be disqualified from the show.
                                                                       4.   Premiums will be paid for Horse Showmanship.
5. If there are no more than three entries in a class, or no
                                                                       5.   Independents will show according to their age.
    more than two exhibitors in the entries class, the classes
    may be combined. If there are too few entries to combine,          Division 805 HORSE SHOWMANSHIP
    the class will not be conducted.                                   Pre-entry is required see showmanship rules
6. Age, as of December 1, shall be maintained through the              pg. 59
    next calendar year (for Junior Mount classes only)                 Class
7. Properly fitted equestrian helmets are required for all             1. 4-H Novice Showmanship
    riders in all classes.                                             2. 4-H Junior Showmanship
8. Additional Junior Horse Show rules and information will be          3. 4-H Senior Showmanship
    sent out to exhibitors after entries have been received.           4. FFA Novice Showmanship
9. If you have ever shown at Lope Junior/Senior level, you do          5. FFA Senior Showmanship
    not qualify to show Walk/Trot. Walk/Trot classes are               6. Independent Novice Showmanship
    restricted to 1st and 2nd year riders only. Judged classes         7. Independent Junior Showmanship
    qualify for State Fair.                                            8. Independent Senior Showmanship
10. Exhibitors must show in “Whites” or risk losing points, on             Showmanship does not count for Overall Highpoint.
    Saturday.
11. Trail is open following Royalty Court class #9 until 1:00
    p.m. No riders accepted in line after 12:30 p.m.
     NO EXCEPTIONS. Trail is held in a separate area.
12. Exhibitors found riding in unauthorized areas will be
    docked points (this includes the Concert Arena and under
    any Exhibit Tents).
13. All horses and ponies must be owned or leased by the
    junior exhibitor and must be registered in their name
    only, horses under joint ownership, joint projects or
    family farm/ranch names are allowed. Also see junior
    department.
16. Accumulative points will be per rider & horse pair only.
17. It is responsibility of the Exhibitor to get the State Fair
Form signed, by the CEO, staff is not responsible.



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                               LIVESTOCK SHOWCASE – Department 800
  JUNIOR BREEDING BEEF
Registered Purebred                                                      HEIFERS
                                                                         Class                                        Birth Date
Entry Fee:       $3.00 per entry, per class, including                   5. Jr. Calf                         Jan. 2011 thru Mar. 2011
  ENTRIES CLOSE:      Friday, April 8, 2011, 7:00 p.m.                   6. Sr. Calf                         Sept. 2010 thru Dec. 2010
group
  ENTRY FEE:
Arrival Time:    Tuesday, May 9, 9:00per class
                      $3.00 per entry, a.m. to 6:00 p.m.                 7. Summer Yearling                  May 2010 thru Aug. 2010
Judging:              Including groups
                 Friday, May 12, 9:00 a.m.                               8. Jr. Yearling                     Jan. 2010 thru Apr. 2010
                 Breeding, Showmanship, Market                           9. Sr. Yearling                     Mar. 2009 thru Dec. 2009
  ARRIVALTIME:
Departure Time:       Monday, May 2, p.m.
                 Sunday, May 14, 7:008:00 am - 1:00 pm
                                                                         GROUPS
                                                                                   (Group entries shall be owned by one exhibitor, entered as
 JUDGING                 Tuesday, May 3, 9:00 a.m.
American System of Judging—Cash Awards Offered
                                                                                   individuals, and of one breed)
1st-$30         2nd-$25        3rd-$20  4th-$15
                               Showmanship, Market, Breeding
                                                                         10. Pair of Females: One entry per exhibitor.
                                                                         11. Get of Sire: Three animals sired by the same bull.
Division 210- ALL BREEDS                                                     (Sire to be identified by registration number on entry form.)
     DEPARTURE TIME:      Sunday, May 8, 6:00 p.m.
         Class & Calving Date                                            12. Cow/Calf Pair: Open to cows, Sr. yearlings, and older
                                                                             cows with calves at side (30 days from weaning). Sr.
                                                                             Yearlings with calves at side are eligible for this class as
              American System of Judging:                                    well.
           1st-$30      2nd-$25     3rd-$20
            4th-$15      5th-$10     6th-$5
                                                                         JUNIOR GRADE BREEDING BEEF
                Champion & Reserve Bull
                                                                         Entries Close:
                                                                           ENTRIES CLOSE:Friday, April 7, 5:00 p.m. 7:00 pm
                                                                                               Friday, April 8, 2011,
               Champion & Reserve Female                                 Entry Fee:      $3.00 per entry per class
                                                                           ENTRY FEE:
                                                                         Arrival Time:         $3.00 per entry, per
                                                                                         Tuesday, May 9, 9:00 a.m.class
                                                                                               Including groups
                                                                                         to 6:00 p.m.
SPECIAL RULES AND INFORMATION                                            Judging:        Friday, May 12, 9:00 a.m.
1.     All females, age 24 months or older at the beginning                ARRIVALTIME: Breeding, Showmanship, Market1:00 pm
                                                                                               Monday, May 2, 8:00 am -
       of the Dixon May Fair, must:                                      Departure Time: Sunday, May 14, 7:00 p.m.
       a.) have a calf at side, OR                                         JUDGING:            Tuesday, May 3, 9:00a.m.
       b.) show obvious signs of pregnancy, OR                                                 Showmanship, Market, Breeding
       c.) have a veterinarian’s certificate of pregnancy.               American SystemTIME:
                                                                           DEPARTURE of Judging—Cash Awards Offered
                                                                                               Sunday, May 8, 6:00 p.m.
2.     Competition in this show is limited to animals                    1st-$12.50    2nd-$10  3rd-$8 4th-$6
       registered in breed associations recognized by the
       State of California Division of Fairs and Expositions.                         American System of Judging:
3.     Fitting rules are as follows:
       Full fitting is allowed with the exception of:
                                                                                    1st-$12     2nd-$10      3rd-$8
       a) Artificial hair or like substances.                                        4th-$6      5th-$4       6th-$3
       b) Grooming materials that allow color to come
             off the animal when touched or change the                   SPECIAL RULES AND INFORMATION
             animal’s natural coloring.                                  1.   Grade, crossbred and unregistered purebred heifers
       c) Unethical fitting practices can and will be                         to be judged strictly on a grade heifer basis.
             stopped by management and may result in                     2.   Animals which have been registered by a purebred
             disqualification from the show.                                  Association cannot be entered in this show.
       d) Each exhibitor must fit their own animal(s)                    3.   Any female over 12 months of age must bear
             and must refrain from other exhibitors                           evidence of official calfhood vaccination against
             completely grooming animals for them. Help                       Brucellosis with a legible, official tattoo visible in the
             is allowed in the form of education and                          right ear.
             instruction.
       e) NO fitting will be allowed after 11 p.m.
             through 6 a.m. the next day.                                Division 811 GRADE HEIFER
4.     Any female over 12 months of age must bear
       evidence of official calfhood vaccination against                 Class                                    Birth Date
       Brucellosis with a legible, official tattoo visible in the        1. Grade Heifer Calf           Sept 2010 thru Mar. 2011
       right ear.                                                        2. Grade Heifer Yearling       Mar 2010 thru Aug. 2010
DIVISION 810 ALL BREEDS (Registered                                      3. Cow/Calf Pair : Open to cows, senior yearlings, and older
Purebred)                                                                    cows with calves at side (30 days from weaning).
BULLS
Class                                         Birth Date
1. Jr. Calf                          Jan. 2011 thru Mar. 2011
2. Sr. Calf                          Sept. 2010 thru Dec. 2010
3. Jr. & Summer Yearling             Jan. 2010 thru Aug. 2010
4. Sr. Yearling                      Mar. 2009 thru Dec. 2009


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                             LIVESTOCK SHOWCASE – Department 800
4-H & FFA MARKET STEERS                                                      7. One (1) fan per exhibitor only not per animal.

(Open to Solano County Only)
     ENTRIES CLOSE:           Friday, April 8, 2011, 7:00p.m.                Division 812 4-H STEERS
     ENTRY FEE:               $8.00 per animal                               Class
                              (pre-tagging, Saturday, January 8,             1 4-H Steers……………………………..1000 to 1300 pounds
                              9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.)
     FACILITY USE FEE:        $5.00 per animal
                                                                             Division 813 FFA STEERS
                                                                             Class
     ARRIVALTIME:             Monday, May 2, 8:00 am –1:00 pm                1. FFA Steers..………….........................1000 to 1300 pounds
     WEIGH-IN:                Monday, May 2, 3:00 p.m.
                                                                             Division 814 4-H FEEDER STEERS
     JUDGING:                 Tuesday, May 3, 9:00 a.m.                      Class
                              4-H Showmanship, 4-H Market,                   1. 4-H Feeder Steers..................................750 to 999 pounds
                              FFA Showmanship, FFA Market,
                              Breeding
     SALE PHOTOS:             Tuesday, May 3, 1:00 p.m.                      Division 815 FFA FEEDER STEERS
                                                                             Class
     AUCTION:                 Saturday, May 7, 11:30 a.m.                    1 FFA Feeder Steers.....................................750 to 999
     LOTTING:                 Sunday, May 8, 5:00 p.m.                       pounds

     DEPARTURE TIME:          Sunday, May 8, 6:00 p.m.

     Danish System of Judging: No Cash Awards                                     MARKET BEEF SCORECARD
         ROSETTES AWARDED FOR:
                                                                                  MARKET READY: (Blue Ribbon)
       4-H Champion & Reserve Market Steer
                                                                                  Market steers projected to have sufficient fat
       FFA Champion & Reserve Market Steer                                        deposition to meet the marbling specifications for
                                                                                  USDA Prime, Choice, or Select + quality grades.
       SUPREME CHAMPION MARKET STEER
                                                                                  NOT MARKET READY (White Ribbon)
     RES SUPREME CHAMPION MARKET STEER                                            Market steers lacking evidence of sufficient fat
SPECIAL RULES AND INFORMATION                                                     deposition to produce a desirable consumer
1.    Any steer weighing over 1300 lbs. will not be sifted for                    project. Steers projected to grade UDSA Select-
      weight at the scale, but will not be paid for over 1300 lbs                 or lower.
2.    It is the intent of the Divisions of Fairs and Expositions that
      the quality standards established for market animals be
      maintained. Therefore, classifications will be subject to
                                                                             CLUB OR CHAPTER
      change in the event there are changes in federal grading.              BEEF Pen of Three
3.    At the time of weigh-in, an out billing from a sales yard
      and/or brand inspection certificate for all beef animals that                 No Entry Fee
      are entered for sale must be presented to the weigh
                                                                                    No Pre-entry required
      master.(ie: Bill of Sale and yellow Transportation slip)
4.    Fitting rules are as follows:
      Full fitting is allowed with the exception of:                         SPECIAL RULES & INFORMATION
      a) Artificial hair or like substances.                                 1.     Open to 4-H, FFA and Grange organizations only.
      b) Grooming materials that allow color to come                                Independent exhibitors are not eligible to compete.
             off the animal when touched or change the                       2.     Entries in club or chapter pen of three competitions need
             animal’s natural coloring.                                             not be made in advance on entry forms. Exhibitors shall
      c) Unethical fitting practices can and will be                                be on hand and ready to exhibit at the time called for
             stopped by management and may result in                                judging.
             disqualification from the show.                                 3.     Each animal in the Club or Chapter pen competition must
      d) Each exhibitor must fit their own animal(s)                                be owned by different exhibitors.
             and must refrain from other exhibitors                          4.     Each animal used in the club or chapter pen of three
             completely grooming animals for them. Help                             competitions must have shown in the market or feeder
             is allowed in the form of education and                                classes in the Junior Dept. Quality and uniformity of the
             instruction.                                                           animals in the club or chapter pen will be emphasized.
      e) NO fitting will be allowed after 11 p.m.                            5.     Winners of the FFA chapter pen competition will compete
             through 6 a.m. the next day.                                           with the 4-H division winners for overall Champion Pen of
5.    After weighing, steers may be divided into weight lots as                     Three.
      desired by management for convenience in judging.
6.    The “Intent to Sell” list must be signed and returned                  Division 816 PEN OF THREE MARKET STEERS
      to the Livestock Office one hour after judging is                      Class
      finished for each species market class (See Rule #1.                   1. Steer Pen of Three
      Junior Livestock Auctions).
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BEEF Showmanship                                                    Adj. Yield Grade-Adjusted Yield Grade: A standard of
                                                                    measurement for the leanness and efficiency of the
                                                                    carcass. It is established by beginning with a preliminary
Division 817 BEEF SHOWMANSHIP
See Showmanship rules
                                                                    yield grade as determined by the USDA Grader. This
                                                                    initial yield is adjusted for ribeye size and KPH
Class                                                               percentage. A lower yield grade is preferred.
1. 4-H Novice Showmanship
2. 4-H Junior Showmanship                                           Car. Index-Carcass Index: An index developed to rank
3. 4-H Senior Showmanship                                           carcasses. The carcass index is based on the adjusted
4. FFA Novice Showmanship                                           yield grade and the quality. A high index is preferred.
5. FFA Senior Showmanship



BEEF CARCASS CONTEST                                                JUNIOR DAIRY CATTLE
No Entry Fee
No Pre-Entry Required
                                                                    Registered Purebred
                                                                         ENTRIES CLOSE:          Friday, April 8, 2011, 7:00 pm

American System of Judging: No Cash Awards                               ENTRY FEE:             $3.00 per entry, per class
                                                                                                Including groups
Champion Carcass Buckle
                                                                         ARRIVALTIME:           Monday, May 2, 8:00 am -1:00 pm
Sponsored by: Napa/Solano Cattlemen’s Assn.
                                                                         JUDGING:               Friday, May 6, 9:00 a.m.
Several Carcass Quality Indicators have been evaluated                                          4-H Showmanship,
to determine the winning carcasses. The Carcass Index                                           FFA Showmanship, Breeding
Score is the final determinate for the contest with the
highest scores representing the superior carcasses.
                                                                         DEPARTURE TIME:        Sunday, May 8, 6:00 p.m.
Live Grade: The grade or group that the judge at the fair
awarded each market animal.                                                      American System of Judging:
                                                                              1st-$30      2nd-$25     3rd-$20
Warm Car. Wt. (Warm Carcass Weight): The weight of
                                                                               4th-$15      5th-$10     6th-$5
the carcass immediately after slaughter.

Dressing%: Comparison between the warm carcass                                    Champion & Reserve Bull
weight and the live weight. It indicates the efficiency of                   Junior Champion & Reserve Female
the carcass; a high dressing percent is preferred.                           Senior Champion & Reserve Female
                                                                            Supreme Champion & Reserve Female
Quality Grade: Determined by the USDA Grader. He
evaluates the carcass weight, amount of muscle, size of
the ribeye and quantity of marbling (Intra-muscular fat).           SPECIAL RULES & INFORMATION
The quality grades are P=Prime, C=Choice, S=Select;                 1.    Any female over 6 months of age must bear evidence of
St=Standard. Quality grades are broken down into thirds                   official calfhood vaccination against Brucellosis with a
                                                                          legible, official tattoo visible in the right ear.
within the grade. This is denoted with = or -. A medium
category within a grade is indicated with the grade only.
(i.e., C+, C, C-). *Must be select or higher to participate.
                                                                    Division 820 ALL BREEDS
                                                                    Class                              Birth Date
Ribeye: The size of the ribeye is used to determine a
                                                                    BULLS
qualitative evaluation of carcass muscle. The ribeye is             1.    Jr. and Sr. Calves         Sept 2010 thru Jan 2011
measured between the 12th and 13th rib in square                    2.    Sr. & Jr. Yearling         Sept 2009 thru Aug 2010
inches. For comparison purposes, a standard 600 lb.                                 Champion & Reserve Champion Bull
warm weight carcass should have a minimum 11 inch
ribeye.                                                             HEIFERS
                                                                    3.    Jr. & Sr. Calves           Sept 2010 thru Jan 2011
KPH-Kidney Pelvic Heart Fat: A measurement of the fat               4.    Summer Yearling            Jun 2010 thru Aug 2010
in the internal body cavity. A lower percentage is                  5.    Jr. Yearling               Mar 2010 thru May 2010
preferred. For a 600 lb. Warm weight carcass, the KPH               6.    Winter Yearling            Dec 2009 thru Feb 2010
                                                                    7.    Sr. Yearling               Sept 2009 thru Nov 2009
should be a maximum of 3.5%.
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                            LIVESTOCK SHOWCASE – Department 800
                                                                        Division 821 GRADE DAIRY
COWS                                                                    Class                               Birth Date
8. Two Years-Under Three      Sept 2008 thru Aug 2009                   HEIFERS
9. Three Years-Under Four     Sept 2007 thru Aug 2008                   1. Calves                      Sept 2010 thru Jan 2011
10. Four Years-Under Five     Sept 2006 thru Aug 2007                   2. Jr. Yearling                Mar 2010 thru Aug 2010
11. Aged Cow                  Prior to Sept 2006                        3. Sr. Yearling                Sept 2009 thru Feb 2009
Senior Champion & Reserve Senior Champion                               Junior Champion & Reserve Junior Champion
Supreme Champion & Reserve Supreme Champion
                                                                        4. Two years & under Three    Sept 2008 thru Aug 2009
GROUPS                                                                  5. Three years & over         Prior to Aug 2008
12. Pair of Females:        Two females, owned by exhibitor.            Senior Champion & Reserve Senior Champion
13. Daughter/Dam:           A daughter and dam of any age.              Supreme Champion & Reserve Supreme Champion
                             (Identify dam on entry form)
14. Produce of Dam:         Two animals, any age, either sex,
                            produce of one cow.

15. Get of Sire:
                            (Identify dam on entry form)
                            Three animals, get of same bull.
                                                                        DAIRY CATTLE Showmanship
                            (Identify sire on entry form)
16. Young Herd:             One bull and two females, all senior        Division 822 DAIRY CATTLE SHOWMANSHIP
                            yearling or younger.                        See Showmanship rules
17. Dairy Herd:             Three cows which must have
                            freshened at least one.                     Class

                                                                        1.   FFA Novice Showmanship
                                                                        2.   FFA Senior Showmanship
                                                                        3.   4-H Novice Showmanship
                                                                        4.   4-H Junior Showmanship
JUNIOR GRADE DAIRY CATTLE                                               5.   4-H Senior Showmanship


     ENTRIES CLOSE:         Friday, April 8, 2011, 7:00 pm.
     ENTRY FEE:             $3.00 per entry, per class                  JUNIOR DAIRY GOATS
                            Including groups

     ARRIVALTIME:           Monday, May 2, 8:00 am-1:00 pm                   ENTRIES CLOSE:        Friday, April 8, 2011, 7:00 pm
                                                                             ENTRY FEE:            $3.00 per entry, per class
     JUDGING:               Friday, May 6, 9:00 a.m.
                            4-H Showmanship,                                                       Including groups
                            FFA Showmanship, Breeding
                                                                             ARRIVALTIME:          Monday, May 2, 8:00 am -1:00 pm

     DEPARTURE TIME:        Sunday, May 8, 6:00 p.m.                         JUDGING:              Friday, May 6, 10:00a.m.
                                                                                                   4-H Showmanship,
                                                                                                   FFA Showmanship, Breeding
             American System of Judging:
           1st-$12     2nd-$10      3rd-$8                                   DEPARTURE TIME:       Sunday, May 8, 6:00 p.m.
            4th-$6      5th-$4       6th-$3
                                                                                    American System of Judging:
        Junior Champion & Reserve Female
                                                                                 1st-$20      2nd-$17     3rd-$14
        Senior Champion & Reserve Female
                                                                                  4th-$11      5th-$8      6th-$5
       Supreme Champion & Reserve Female
                                                                             Junior Champion & Reserve Purebred Doe
SPECIAL RULES AND INFORMATION
1.    Senior and Junior Yearlings in milk production must be                 Senior Champion & Reserve Purebred Doe
      shown with two-year olds in both individual and group                   Junior Champion & Reserve Grade Doe
      classes.                                                                Senior Champion & Reserve Grade Doe
2.    Any female over 6 months of age must bear evidence of                     Supreme Champion & Reserve Doe
      official calfhood vaccination against Brucellosis with a
      legible, official tattoo visible in the right ear.
                                                                                        Best Doe in Show

                                                                        SPECIAL RULES AND INFORMATION
                                                                        1.    This is a female ONLY show.




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Division 825 ALL OTHER PUREBREDS                                      Senior Champion & Reserve Registered Doe
Division 826 RECORDED GRADES                                         Supreme Champion & Reserve Registered Doe
                                                                      Junior Champion & Reserve Registered Buck
Class                          Birth Date                             Senior Champion & Reserve Registered Buck
1. Junior Doe Kid              Mar 2011
2. Senior Doe Kid              Jan 2011 thru Feb 2011                Supreme Champion & Reserve Registered Buck
3. Yearling Doe not in milk    Jan 2010 thru Dec 2010
Junior Champion & Reserve Junior Champion                            SPECIAL RULES AND INFORMATION
                                                                     1.   All animals must be registered with a recognized meat
4. Yearling Milkers           Jan 2010 thru Dec 2009                      breed association, ie: ABGA, IBGA, etc…
5. Two year olds Does         Jan 2009 thru Dec 2009                 2.   All animals must be tattooed with identifications matching
6. Three year olds Does       Jan 2008 thru Dec 2008                      those on registration papers. Illegible tattoos may result in
7. Four years & over Does     Prior to Jan. 1, 2007.                      disqualification.
Senior Champion & Reserve Senior Champion                            3.   Animals may be shown dehorned or with horns. Tipping is
Supreme Champion & Reserve Supreme Champion                               encouraged.
                                                                     4.   No Bucks over 1 year of age.
GROUPS
(Animals in groups are of one breed and have been entered as
individuals and are owned by one exhibitor)                          Division 830 DOES REGISTERED
8.  Dam & Daughter: A dam and her daughter of any age.
9.  Best Three Females: Three does of any age; need not be           PERCENTAGE
    related, but of same breed.
10. Get of Sire: Three does sired by the same buck, at least
    one to be a yearling or older and in milk.
                                                                     Division 831 DOES REGISTERED FULLBLOOD/
11. Dairy Herd: Four does in milk.                                                 PUREBRED DOES

DAIRY GOAT Showmanship                                               Class                       Date of Birth
                                                                     1. 1 to 3 months        Feb 2011 thru Apr 2011
Division 827 DAIRY GOAT SHOWMANSHIP                                  2. 3 to 6 months        Nov 2010 thru Jan 2011
See Showmanship rules                                                3. 6 to 9 months        Aug 2010 thru Oct 2010
                                                                     4. 9 to 12 months       May 2009 thru Jul 2009
Class                                                                Junior Champion & Reserve Junior Champion
1.      4-H Novice Showmanship
2.      4-H Junior Showmanship                                       5. 12 to 24 months      May 2008 thru Apr 2009
3.      4-H Senior Showmanship                                       6. 24 to 26 months      May 2007 thru Apr 2008
4.      FFA Novice Showmanship                                       7. 36 months and Over Prior to May 2006
5.      FFA Senior Showmanship                                       Senior Champion & Reserve Senior Champion
                                                                     Supreme Champion & Reserve Supreme Champion

JUNIOR BREEDING MEAT GOATS
                                                                     Division 832 BUCKS REGISTERED
Registered International BGA
                                                                                   FULLBLD/PUREBRED BUCKS
Sanctioned Show
OPEN GOAT SHOW                                                       Class
                                                                     1. 1 to 3 months
                                                                                                 Date of Birth
                                                                                           Feb 2011 thru Apr 2011
                                                                     2. 3 to 6 months      Nov 2010 thru Jan 2011
     ENTRIES CLOSE:          Friday, April 8, 2011, 7:00 pm.         3. 6 to 9 months      Aug 2010 thru Oct 2010
                                                                     4. 9 to 12 months     May 2010 thru Jul 2010
     ENTRY FEE:              $3.00 per entry, per class              Supreme Champion & Reserve Supreme Champion
                             Including groups

     ARRIVALTIME:            Monday, May 2, 8:00 am - 1:00 pm

     JUDGING:                Tuesday, May 3, 10:00a.m.
                                                                           ENTRIES OPEN ON FEBRUARY 1st, 8:30 A.M.
                             4-H Showmanship, 4-H Market,
                             FFA Showmanship, FFA Market,
                             Breeding                                     ENTRIES CLOSE FRIDAY, APRIL 8th, 7:00 P.M.

     DEPARTURE TIME:         Sunday, May 8, 6:00 p.m.


            American System of Judging:
         1st-$20      2nd-$17     3rd-$14
          4th-$11      5th-$8      6th-$5
     Junior Champion & Reserve Registered Doe
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JUNIOR BREEDING MEAT GOATS                                           4-H & FFA MARKET GOATS
Commercial Grade                                                     (Open to Solano County Only)
                                                                          ENTRIES CLOSE:          Friday, April 8, 2011, 7:00 pm.
     ENTRIES CLOSE:        Friday, April 8, 2011, 7:00 pm.
                                                                          ENTRY FEE:              $8.00 per animal
     ENTRY FEE:            $3.00 per entry, per class
                           Including groups                                                       (pre-tagging, Saturday, March 5,
                                                                                                  9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.)
     ARRIVALTIME:          Monday, May 2, 8:00 am - 1:00 pm
                                                                          FACILITY USE FEE:       $5.00 per animal
     JUDGING:              Tuesday, May 3, 10:00 a.m.                     ARRIVALTIME:            Monday, May 2, 8:00 am - 1:00 pm
                           4-H Showmanship, 4-H Market,
                                                                          WEIGH-IN:               Monday, May 2, 3:00 p.m.
                           FFA Showmanship, FFA Market,
                           Breeding                                       JUDGING:                Tuesday, May 3, 10:00 a.m.
                                                                                                  4-H Showmanship, 4-H Market,
                                                                                                  FFA Showmanship, FFA Market,
     DEPARTURE TIME:       Sunday, May 8, 6:00 p.m.
                                                                                                  Breeding

                                                                          SALE PHOTOS:            Saturday, May 7, auction line up
            American System of Judging:
          1st-$12     2nd-$10      3rd-$8                                 AUCTION:                Saturday. May 7, 11:30 a.m.
           4th-$6      5th-$4       6th-$3                                LOTTING:                Sunday, May 8, 5:00 p.m.
                                                                          DEPARTURE TIME:         Sunday, May 8, 6:00 p.m.
       Junior Champion & Reserve Grade Doe
       Senior Champion & Reserve Grade Doe
                                                                     Danish System of Judging: No Cash Awards
      Supreme Champion & Reserve Grade Doe

SPECIAL RULES AND INFORMATION
                                                                                 ROSETTES AWARDED FOR:
1.    All animals must have a Scrapie Flock ID tag to be on                  4-H Champion & Reserve Market Goat
      grounds.                                                               FFA Champion & Reserve Market Goat
2.    Animals may be shown dehorned or with horns. Tipping is
      encouraged.                                                           SUPREME CHAMPION MARKET GOAT
3.    No registered goats allowed to show grade.
                                                                          RES. SUPREME CHAMPION MARKET GOAT
Division 833 COMMERCIAL GRADE MEAT                                   SPECIAL RULES AND INFORMATION
       DOES                                                          1.  All Market Goats must be pre-tagged.
Class                      Birth Date                                2.  Market Goats need to have a Scrapie Tags in ear on
1. Spring Doe Kid     Jan 2011 thru Apr 2011                             tagging day. It needs to be place till the end of fair.
2. Fall Doe Kid       Sept 2010 thru Dec 2010                        3. Scrapie tag # needs to be on entry form.
3. Yearling Does      Sept 2009 thru Aug 2010                        4. After weighing, Market goats may be divided into weight
4. Mature Does        Prior to Sept 1, 2009                              classes within the 60 to 125 pound limitations as desired
Supreme Champion & Reserve Supreme Champion                              for convenience in judging. Any goat weighing over 125
                                                                         lbs. will not be sifted for weight at the scale, but will not be
                                                                         paid for over 125 lbs.
                                                                     5. Market goats must not be over one (1) year of age (must
                                                                         be able to show milk teeth).
                                                                     6. Market goats must be slick sheared or 3/8” hair only.
                                                                     7. All Market goats must be dehorned or horns tipped to 2
                                                                         inches and completely healed.
                                                                     8. Castration sites must be healed and free of inflammation.
                                                                     9. The “Intent to Sell” list must be signed and returned
                                                                         to the Livestock Office one hour after judging is
                                                                         finished for each species market class (See Rule #1.
                                                                         Junior Livestock Auctions).
                                                                     10. Market Goats can be un-breed females or weathers, no
                                                                         bucks.

                                                                     Division 834 4-H MARKET GOATS
                                                                     Class
                                                                     1. 4-H Market Goats (60 to 125 pounds)

                                                                     Division 835 FFA MARKET GOATS
                                                                     Class
                                                                     1. FFA Market Goats (60 to 125 pounds)
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Do not enter feeder Divisions. Entries will be made
automatically if animal does not meet weight requirement for
                                                                        JUNIOR BREEDING SHEEP
market class.                                                           Registered Purebred
Division 836 4-H FEEDER GOATS
Division 837 FFA FEEDER GOATS
                                                                             ENTRIES CLOSE:          Friday, April 8, 2011, 7:00
                                                                             ENTRY FEE:              $3.00 per entry, per class
     MARKET GOAT SCORECARD                                                                           Including groups

     MARKET READY: (Blue Ribbon)                                             ARRIVALTIME:            Monday, May 2, 8:00 am - 1:00 pm
     USDA Prime or Choice quality with 12th rib back
     fat range .08-.12 most desirable, .13-.22 back fat                      JUDGING:                Thursday, May 5, 9:00 a.m.
     acceptable, average or greater conformation and                                                 4-H Showmanship, 4-H Market,
     cutability.                                                                                     FFA Showmanship, FFA Market,
                                                                                                     Breeding
     NOT MARKET READY (White Ribbon)
     Good or lower quality grade with 12th rib back fat                      DEPARTURE TIME:         Sunday, May 8, 6:00 p.m.
     range <.08 or >.22; underfinished goats grading                    .
     USDA good or lower, below average conformation
     or cutability.                                                                  American System of Judging:
                                                                                  1st-$20      2nd-$17     3rd-$14
                                                                                   4th-$11      5th-$8      6th-$5
CLUB OR CHAPTER
                                                                             Champion & Reserve Champion Wool Ram
        GOAT Pen of Three                                                    Champion & Reserve Champion Meat Ram
       No Entry Fee
       No Pre-entry required
                                                                             Champion & Reserve Champion Wool Ewe
       SPECIAL RULES &INFORMATION                                            Champion & Reserve Champion Meat Ewe
       Open to 4-H, FFA and Grange organizations only.
1.     Independent exhibitors are not eligible to compete.
2.     Entries in club or chapter pen of three competitions need        SPECIAL RULES AND INFORMATION
       not be made in advance on entry forms. Exhibitors shall          1.    Flock numbers shall be used to identify all entries.
       be on hand and ready to exhibit at the time called for           2.    Registration numbers MAY NOT be used as flock
       judging.                                                               numbers.
3.     Each animal in the club or chapter pen competition must          3.    Flock numbers and breeder’s initials, name, or association
       be owned by different exhibitors.                                      prefix shall be on commercially used tags attached to the
4.     Each animal used in the club or chapter pen of three                   ear or tattooed in the ear for yearlings and lambs bred by
       competitions must have shown in the market or feeder                   exhibitor
       classes in the Junior Dept. Quality and uniformity of the        4.    An exhibitor may not use the same flock number on more
       animals in the club or chapter pen will be emphasized.                 than one animal during any two consecutive calendar
5.     Winners of the FFA chapter pen competition will compete                years.
       with the 4-H division winners for overall Champion Pen of        5.    Lambs must show milk teeth.
       Three.                                                           6.    All lambs entering the fair need to have a Scrapie Flock ID
                                                                              to be on Grounds
Division 838 PEN OF THREE MARKET GOATS
Class
1. Goat Pen of Three                                                    Division 840 ALL WOOL BREEDS
                                                                        Division 841 ALL MEAT BREEDS
MEAT GOAT Showmanship                                                   Class                       Birth Date
                                                                        RAMS
Division 839 MEAT GOAT SHOWMANSHIP                                      1. Spring Ram Lamb       Jan 2011 thru Feb 2011
                                                                        2. Fall Ram Lambs        Sept 2010 thru Dec 2010
See Showmanship rules                                                   3. Yearling Ram Lamb Sept. 2009 thru Aug 2010
                                                                        4. Pair of Ram Lambs:
Class                                                                           Two ram lambs bred by exhibitor.
1. 4-H Novice Showmanship                                                       Must be of one breed and entered as individuals.
2. 4-H Junior Showmanship
3. 4-H Senior Showmanship                                               Champion Ram
4. FFA Novice Showmanship                                               Reserve Champion Ram
5. FFA Senior Showmanship


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EWES
5. Spring Ewe Lamb        Jan. 2011 thru Feb. 2011
                                                                           4-H & FFA MARKET LAMBS
6. Pair of Yearling Ewes: Two ewes bred by exhibitor,                      (Open to Solano County Only)
    must be of one breed and entered as individuals.
7. Fall Ewe Lambs        Sept 2010 thru Dec 2010                                ENTRIES CLOSE:         Friday, April 8, 2011, 7:00 pm
8. Yearling Ewe Lambs Sept. 2009 thru Aug 2010                                  ENTRY FEE:             $8.00 per animal
9. Pair of Ewe Lambs: Two ewe lambs bred by exhibitor.                                                 (pre-tagging, Saturday, March 5,
      Must be of one breed and entered as individuals.                                                 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.)
Champion Ewe
Reserve Champion Ewe                                                            FACILITY USE FEE:      $5.00 per animal
                                                                                ARRIVALTIME:           Monday, May 2, 8:00 am - 1:00 pm
GROUPS
(All entries owned by one exhibitor and entered as individuals. All             WEIGH-IN:              Monday, May 2, 3:00 p.m.
animals entered in groups must be of one breed)                                 JUDGING:               Thursday, May 5, 9:00 a.m.
10. Young Flock: One ram lamb and two ewe lambs.                                                       4-H Showmanship, 4-H Market,
      Must be bred by exhibitor                                                                        FFA Showmanship, FFA Market,
11. Get of Sire: Four sheep sired by the same ram.                                                     Breeding
      Must be bred by exhibitor.
12. Flock: One ram, two yearling ewes, and two ewe lambs.                       SALE PHOTOS:           Saturday, May 7, Auction line up
                                                                                AUCTION:               Saturday, May 7, 11:30 a.m.
                                                                                LOTTING:               Sunday, May 8, 5:00 p.m.
JUNIOR RANGE SHEEP                                                              DEPARTURE TIME:        Sunday, May 8, 6:00 p.m.


     ENTRIES CLOSE:            Friday, April 8, 2011, 7:00 pm                   Danish System of Judging: No Cash Awards
     ENTRY FEE:                $3.00 per entry, per class
                               Including groups                                        ROSETTES AWARDED FOR:
                                                                                  4-H Champion & Reserve Market Lamb
     ARRIVALTIME:              Monday, May 2, 8:00 am - 1:00 pm
                                                                                  FFA Champion & Reserve Market Lamb
     JUDGING:                  Thursday, May 5, 9:00 a.m.                         SUPREME CHAMPION MARKET LAMB
                               4-H Showmanship, 4-H Market,                     RES. SUPREME CHAMPION MARKET LAMB
                               FFA Showmanship, FFA Market,                                  SPECIAL RULES AND INFORMATION
                               Breeding                                    1.  Market lambs must be “slick” shorn from the knees and
                                                                               hocks up, ten (10) days or less before the official weigh-in.
     DEPARTURE TIME:           Sunday, May 8, 6:00 p.m.                        Stretched fleece must not exceed 1/4" length and must be
                                                                               uniform over the entire body, above the knee. Lambs with
                                                                               excessive wool will not be weighed until shorn to meet the
                                                                               satisfaction of the Livestock Superintendent. This will be
             American System of Judging:
                                                                               enforced at the scale.
           1st-$12     2nd-$10      3rd-$8                                 2. No grooming materials that add color will be allowed on
            4th-$6      5th-$4       6th-$3                                    the legs or head.
                                                                           3. Painting or oiling of hooves is allowed.
     Champion & Reserve Champion Range Ewe                                 4. Any lamb weighing over 140 lbs. will not be sifted for
                                                                               weight at the scales, but will not be paid for over 140 lbs.
                                                                           5. After weighing, market lambs may be divided into weight
                                                                               classes as desired for convenience in judging.
SPECIAL RULES AND INFORMATION
                                                                           6. The “Intent to Sell” list must be signed and returned
1.    Grade, crossbred and unregistered purebred range sheep
                                                                               to the Livestock Office one hour after judging is
      are to be judged strictly on a range sheep basis.
                                                                               finished for each species market class (See Rule #1.
2.    Animals which have been registered by a purebred breed
                                                                               Junior Livestock Auctions).
      association cannot be entered in this show.
                                                                           7. All lambs will be pre-tagged and have dock length
3.    All sheep entering the fair need to have a Scrapie Flock ID
                                                                               checked at pre-tagging.
      to be on grounds.
                                                                           8. Breeders name must be on the entry forms and copies
                                                                               of bills of sale must accompany the entry form.
Division 842 RANGE EWES                                                    9. Scrapie tag # number must be on entry form.
Class               Birth Date                                             10. All sheep and goats entering fairs require individual
1.      Ewe Lamb             Sept 2010 thru Aug 2011                           scrapie identification. Animals must be enrolled in the
2.      Yearling Lamb        Sept 2009 thru Feb 2010                           scrapie program. Market Sheep need to have Scrapie
        Champion & Reserve Champion Ewe                                        Tags in ear or tattoo on weigh in day. It needs to be in
                                                                               place from weigh-in all the way through the fair, in the
                                                                               animal’s ear.

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Division 843 4-H MARKET LAMBS
                                                                        SHEEP Showmanship
Class
1. 4-H Market Lambs (100 TO 140 pounds)                                 Division 848 SHEEP SHOWMANSHIP
                                                                        See Showmanship rules

Division 844 FFA MARKET LAMBS                                           Class
Class                                                                   1. FFA Novice Showmanship
1. FFA Market Lambs (100 TO 140 pounds)                                 2. FFA Senior Showmanship
                                                                        3. 4-H Novice Showmanship
                                                                        4. 4-H Junior Showmanship
Do not enter feeder Divisions. Entries will be made                     5. 4-H Senior Showmanship
automatically if animal does not meet weight requirement for
market class.
Division 845 4-H FEEDER LAMBS
Division 846 FFA FEEDER LAMBS

                                                                        TOTAL LAMB PERFORMANCE
     MARKET LAMB SCORECARD                                              CONTEST
     MARKET READY: (Blue Ribbon)                                         The purpose of this competition is to heighten the awareness
     USDA Prime or choice quality with 12th rib back fat                of exhibitors to produce qualify market animals. It will offer
     range .16-.35, average or greater conformation                     exhibitors a learning experience that emphasizes the
     and cutability.                                                    evaluation of the total product, rather than just the live animal
                                                                        as it appears on show day. The systems approach will reward
                                                                        exhibitor’s proper selection, care and nutrition, then we should
     NOT MARKET READY (White Ribbon)                                    reward them for their successes in those areas.
     Good or lower quality grade with 12th rib back fat                 Prizes will be awarded.
     range <.16 or >.35: underfinished lambs grading
     USDA good or lower, below average conformation                     SPECIAL RULES AND INFORMATION:
     or cutability.                                                     1. All market animals will be automatically entered into this
                                                                           competition.
                                                                        2. Each animal will be pre-weighed at the time of ear tagging.
                                                                           Ear tagging will take place on Saturday, March 5, 2011,
                                                                           from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
CLUB OR CHAPTER                                                         3. The final weight will be determined at the official weigh in
                                                                           time on Monday, May 2, 2011.
        SHEEP Pen of Three
       No Entry Fee
       No Pre-entry required

SPECIAL RULES & INFORMATION
1.     Open to 4-H, FFA and Grange organizations only.
       Independent exhibitors are not eligible to compete.
2.     Entries in club or chapter pen of three competitions need
       not be made in advance on entry forms. Exhibitors shall
       be on hand and ready to exhibit at the time called for
       judging.
3.     Each animal in the club or chapter pen competition must
       be owned by different exhibitors.
4.     Each animal used in the club or chapter pen of three
       competitions must have shown in the market or feeder
       classes in the Junior Dept. Quality and uniformity of the
       animals in the club or chapter pen will be emphasized.
5.     Winners of the FFA chapter pen competition will compete
       with the 4-H division winners for overall Champion Pen of
       Three.
                                                                              ENTRIES OPEN ON FEBRUARY 1st, 8:30 A.M.
Division 847 PEN OF THREE MARKET LAMBS
Class                                                                        ENTRIES CLOSE FRIDAY, APRIL 8th, 7:00 P.M.
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   JUNIOR BREEDING SWINE                                                     4-H & FFA MARKET SWINE
                                                                             (Open to Solano County Only)
Registered Purebred
     ENTRIES CLOSE:           Friday, April 8, 2011, 7:00 p.m.
                                                                                  ENTRIES CLOSE:           Thursday, April 8, 2011, 7:00 p.m.
     ENTRY FEE:               $3.00 per entry, per class
                              Including groups                                    ENTRY FEE:               $8.00 per animal
                                                                                                           (pre-tagging, Saturday, March 5,
     ARRIVALTIME:             Monday, May 2, 8:00 am - 1:00 pm                                             9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.)
                                                                                  FACILITY USE FEE:        $5.00 per animal
     JUDGING:                 Wednesday, May 4, 8:00 a.m.
                              4-H Showmanship, 4-H Market,                        ARRIVALTIME:             Monday, May 2, 8:00 am - 1:00 pm
                              FFA Showmanship, FFA Market,                        WEIGH-IN:                Monday, May 2, 3:00 p.m.
                              Breeding
                                                                                  JUDGING:                 Wednesday, May 4, 8:00 a.m.
                                                                                                           4-H Showmanship, 4-H Market,
     DEPARTURE TIME:          Sunday, May 8, 6:00 p.m.                                                     FFA Showmanship, FFA Market,
                                                                                                           Breeding
             American System of Judging:                                          SALE PHOTOS:             Friday, May 6, 8:00 a.m.
          1st-$20      2nd-$17     3rd-$14
                                                                                  AUCTION:                 Saturday. May 7, 11:30 a.m.
           4th-$11      5th-$8      6th-$5
                                                                                  DEPARTURE TIME:          Sunday, May 8, 6:00 p.m.
        Champion & Reserve Champion Boar
        Champion & Reserve Champion Gilt                                          Danish System of Judging: No Cash Awards
SPECIAL RULES AND INFORMATION                                                ROSETTES AWARDED FOR:
     Junior yearlings must have raised a litter of piglets to be
1.    eligible for entry.                                                    4-H Champion & Reserve Market Swine
2.    Gilts entered in the market shows may not be entered in                FFA Champion & Reserve Market Swine
      the breeding show, or vice versa. Any violation of this rule           SUPREME CHAMPION MARKET SWINE
      will exclude the offending exhibitor from competition in all           RESERVE CHAMPION MARKET SWINE
      departments of the Dixon May Fair.
3.    Boars may not be shown in showmanship.
4.    All swine must originate in validated brucellosis-free herds
                                                                             SPECIAL RULES AND INFORMATION
      or areas. If not from a free herd/free area, sexually intact           1.    All Market Hogs must be pre-tagged.
      swine more than 4 months of age require a negative                     2.    After weighing, market swine may be divided into weight
      brucellosis test within 30 days prior to entry into California.              classes within the 215 to 280 pound limitations as desired
5.    These important requirements apply to all exhibition                         for convenience in judging.
      classes including breeding, market, and specialty swine.               3.    There is a top weight for hogs, any hog weighing 281
                                                                                   lb. or more will not qualify for market classes. But may
                                                                                   still participate in showmanship classes.
                                                                             4.    Any hog weighing 276 to 280 lbs. will not be sifted for
Division 850 ALL BREEDS                                                            weight at the scales, but will not be paid for over 275 lbs.
Class                  Birth Date
                                                                             5.    The “Intent to Sell” list must be signed and returned
Boars
                                                                                   to the Livestock Office one hour after judging is
1. Fall Boars          Jul 2010 thru Jan 2011
                                                                                   finished for each species market class (See Rule #1.
Champion and Reserve Champion Boar
                                                                                   Junior Livestock Auctions).
                                                                             6.    It is the intent of the Divisions of Fairs and Expositions that
Sows
                                                                                   the quality standards established for market animals be
2. Fall Guilt          Jan 2010 thru Jun 2011
                                                                                   maintained. Therefore, classifications will be subject to
3. Junior Yearling     Jul 2010 thru Jan 2010
                                                                                   changes made in federal grading.
Champion and Reserve Champion Female
                                                                             7.    Hogs must be clean and clipped before weighing.
                                                                             8.    These important requirements apply to all exhibition
                                                                                   classes including breeding, and specialty swine.

                                                                             Division 851 4-H MARKET HOGS
                                                                             Class
                                                                             1. 4-H Market Hogs (215 TO 280 LBS.)

                                                                             Division 852 FFA MARKET HOGS
                                                                             Class
                                                                             1. FFA Market Hogs (215 TO 280 LBS.)



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Do not enter feeder Divisions. Entries will be made
automatically if animal does not meet weight requirement for
market class.
Division 853 4-H FEEDER HOGS
Division 854 FFA FEEDER HOGS


     MARKET SWINE SCORECARD
     MARKET READY: (Blue Ribbon)
     U.S. No. 1 and No. 2 hogs of average or greater
     conformation that are acceptable in leanness,
     muscularity and production traits.

     NOT MARKET READY (White Ribbon)
     Any hog of below average conformation including
     U.S. number 3, U.S. number 4 and utility grade
     hogs.



CLUB OR CHAPTER
        SWINE Pen of Three
       No Entry Fee
       No Pre-entry required

SPECIAL RULES & INFORMATION
1.     Open to 4-H, FFA and Grange organizations only.
       Independent exhibitors are not eligible to compete.
2.     Entries in club or chapter pen of three competitions need
       not be made in advance on entry forms. Exhibitors shall
       be on hand and ready to exhibit at the time called for
       judging.
3.     Each animal in the club or chapter pen competition must
       be owned by different exhibitors.
4.     Each animal used in the club or chapter pen of three
       competitions must have shown in the market or feeder
       classes in the Junior Dept. Quality and uniformity of the
       animals in the club or chapter pen will be emphasized.
5.     Winners of the FFA chapter pen competition will compete
       with the 4-H division winners for overall Champion Pen of
       Three.

Division 855 PEN OF THREE MARKET SWINE
Class
1. Swine Pen of Three



SWINE Showmanship
Division 856 SWINE SHOWMANSHIP
See Showmanship rules

Class
1. 4-H Novice Showmanship
2. 4-H Junior Showmanship
3. 4-H Senior Showmanship
4. FFA Novice Showmanship
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JUNIOR POULTRY                                                               Repeat behavior or putting your animal at risk will result
                                                                             In not being allowed to show the following year.
(Open to Solano County Only)                                             12. Exhibitors must provide feeders and water containers.
                                                                         13. Exhibitors must be present during judging.
     ENTRIES CLOSE:         Friday, April 8, 2011, 7:00 p.m.
     ENTRY FEE:             $1.50 per entry, per class
                                                                         POULTRY AND RABBIT RELEASE RULES
     LIMIT:                 Four entries per exhibitor, per class        1.   Release time is 6:00 p.m. Sunday, May 8.
                                                                         2.   No animals will be released from the barns early or without
     ARRIVALTIME:           Monday, May 2, 8:00 am - 1:00 pm                  a release slip.
                                                                         3.   The Department Supervisor will issue release slips
     JUDGING:               Wednesday, May 4, 10:00 a.m.
                                           5,                                 only when the exhibitor has cleaned any cage and tray
                            4-H Showmanship, FFA                              used, and has had them inspected.
                            Showmanship, Market, Breeding
                                         Market, Breeding                4.   Cage debris must be disposed of in the designated
                                                                              receptacles.
                                                                         5.   Any ribbons earned will be available upon check out.
     DEPARTURE TIME:        Sunday, May 8, 6:00 p.m.


 Danish System of Judging – No Cash Awards                               Division 860 LARGE BREEDS: UTILITY CHICKENS
 Ribbons Awarded for 1st through 3rd places                              (Egg or Meat Production Chickens not meeting the Breed Standard)

                  Special Ribbons:                                       Division 861 LARGE BREEDS: STANDARD BREED
           Best Male Award (PER DIVISION)                                (Large Chickens meeting the Breed Standard as listed in the American
                                                                         Poultry Breeders Standard of Perfection)
          Best Female Award (PER DIVISION)
          BEST OF SHOW POULTRY AWARD                                     BANTAMS: STANDARD BREED
SPECIAL RULES AND INFORMATION                                                 862   Modern Game
1.  All Birds will go through the PHI site before entering. No
    birds will be able to enter the Poultry Barn without a
                                                                              863   SCCL
    check-in slip.                                                            864   RCCL
2. All breeds of birds will be on the entry form.                             865   Feather Legged
3. Rules, definitions and judging procedure as prescribed in                  866   AOCCL
    the latest addition of the official show rules of the
    American Poultry Association, Inc. shall apply to all shows          Division 867 GAME BIRDS: ALL BREEDS
    in this showcase, except in such instances where they are
    in conflict with the rules and regulations prescribed by the
    Department of Food and Agriculture.                                  Class                          Age
4. Birds will be shown and judged in the proper show and                 1.   Cock                      1 year or over
    class for breed, variety age and sex only. If no class is            2.   Hen                       1 year or over
    offered, no awards may be made.                                      3.   Cockerel                  6 months to 1 year
5. A judge may excuse a bird from competition if it appears              4.   Pullet                    6 months to 1 year
    to be fatigued or out of condition, but the bird shall be
    counted as an entry.
6. Management reserves the right to coop females or
    breeding pairs together, in the small varieties, if necessary
    and when the birds are owned by one exhibitor.
7. All birds entered must be six months or older, except meat
    pens.
8. All birds (except meat pens) must be owned and cared
    for by the exhibitor for at least 60 days prior to the show.
    Meat pens must have been in the exhibitor’s immediate
    care and possession since the birds were one week of
    age.
9. All birds must have leg band on at check-in and must
    correspond to band number on the entry form. Tape IS
    NOT acceptable for a leg band.
10. All poultry will be examined for health before being placed
    in the Dixon May Fair cages. Poultry deemed
    unhealthy, or infected with lice or mites are subject to
    removal from the grounds.
11. Each exhibitor is responsible for feeding, watering
    and cleaning the cage of their bird daily by 9 a.m. for
    the duration of the Fair. Exhibitors not following this rule
    can expect to have their leader or parent notified.
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MARKET POULTRY MEAT PEN                                                 Division 870 Meat Turkey
(Open to Solano County Only)                                            Any recognized purebred or synthetic meat turkey cross.
                                                                        Not over 18 weeks and not less than 16 lbs

     ENTRIES CLOSE:         Friday, April 8, 2011, 7:00 p.m.
     ENTRY FEE:             $5.00 per entry                                 Turkey, Poultry/Quail Meat Pen Scorecard

     FACILITY USE FEE:      $2.50 per entry                                 Meat Type                                    40%
     LIMIT:                 Two entries per exhibitor                       Condition of Flesh                           25%
     ARRIVALTIME:           Monday, May 2, 8:00am -1:00 pm                  Uniformity                                   20%
                                                                            Feathering                                   15%
     WEIGH-IN:              Monday, May 2, 3:00 p.m.
                                                                            TOTAL                                       100%
     JUDGING:               Wednesday, May 4, 10:00 a.m.
                            4-H Showmanship, FFA
                            Showmanship, Market, Breeding

     SALE PHOTOS:           Saturday, May 7, at auction

                                                                        POULTRY Showmanship
American System of Judging—No Cash Awards
                                                                        Division 871 POULTRY SHOWMANSHIP
        ROSETTES AWARDED FOR:                                           See Showmanship rules
 SUPREME CHAMPION POULTRY MEAT PEN                                      Class
 RES SUPREME CHAMPION POULTRY MEAT                                      1. 4-H Novice Showmanship
                 PEN                                                    2. 4-H Junior Showmanship
   SUPREME CHAMPION QUAIL MEAT PEN                                      3. 4-H Senior Showmanship
 RES SUPREME CHAMPION QUAIL MEAT PEN                                    4. FFA Novice Showmanship
                                                                        5. FFA Senior Showmanship

           SUPREME CHAMPION TURKEY
         RES SUPREME CHAMPION TURKEY                                    JUNIOR RABBITS
                                                                        (Open to Solano County Only)
                                                                          ENTRIES CLOSE:          Friday, April 8, 2011, 7:00 p.m.
SPECIAL RULES AND INFORMATION
                                                                          ENTRY FEE:              $1.50 per entry, per class
1.    Exhibitors are subject to the rules.
2.    Hatching date must be entered on the entry form for meat
                                                                          LIMIT:                  Two entries per exhibitor, per class
      birds.
3.    Meat pens must have been in the exhibitor’s immediate
                                                                          ARRIVALTIME:            Monday, May 2, 8:00 am - 1:00 pm
      care and possession since the birds were one week of
      age.                                                                JUDGING:                Tuesday, May 3, 9:00 a.m.
4.    Hatchery receipt or delivery invoice must be available for                                  4-H Showmanship, FFA
      proof of age.                                                                               Showmanship, Market, Breeding
5.    Breed(s) must be listed on entry form.
6.    Owners of meat pens must provide their own carriers for
      the Junior Auction.                                                 DEPARTURE TIME:         Sunday, May 8, 6:00 p.m.
7.    Owners of meat pens that are sold at the auction are
      responsible for the animals until they are picked up
      Sunday evening by the buyer or until after processing of                        American System of Judging
      the meat pen, whichever the buyer chooses.                                   1st-$5 2nd-$3 3rd-$2      4th-$1

Division 868 PAIR OF MEAT CHICKENS                                                    Special Ribbons:
Class                                                                               BEST HEAVYWEIGHT
1. Two Chickens, not over 8 weeks as of the day of the                        BEST OPPOSITE SEX HEAVYWEIGHT
    Poultry Show.
                                                                                     BEST LIGHTWEIGHT
      Weight: 31/2 to 6.5 pounds.
                                                                              BEST OPPOSITE SEX LIGHTWEIGHT
Division 869 PAIR OF MEAT QUAIL                                                        BEST OF SHOW
1.    Two Coturnix Quail, 6-8 weeks as of the day of the Poultry                  RESERVE BEST OF SHOW
      Show.
        Weight: Less than one pound.



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SPECIAL RULES AND INFORMATION                                             Class                                Age
1. Rules, definitions and judging procedures as prescribed in             1.    Senior Buck                    6 months & over
   the latest edition of the Guide Book and Standard of the               2.    Senior Doe                     6 months & over
   American Rabbit Breeders’ Association, Inc. shall apply to             3.    Junior Buck                    under 6 months
   this show, provided they do not conflict with any rules and            4.    Junior Doe                     under 6 months
   regulations prescribed by the Department of Food and
   Agriculture.
2. All animals must be identified by permanent ear markings
   conforming to the entry form on arrival at the show. Any
                                                                          JUNIOR RABBIT MEAT PENS
   duplication of ear markings by one exhibitor in the same               (Open Only to Solano County)
   show must be eliminated and the change recorded on the
   judging sheet before judging.
3. Animals will be shown and judged in the proper class for                    ENTRIES CLOSE:         Friday, April 8, 2011, 7:00 p.m.
   breed, variety, age, and sex only. If no show is offered, no                ENTRY FEE:             $5.00 per entry
   awards may be made. Rabbits that are disqualified
   because of permanent defects, deformities or blemishes,                     FACILITY USE FEE:      $2.50 per entry
   and those absent at the time of judging do not count when
   computing the number of exhibitors in the class.                            LIMIT:                 Two entries per exhibitor
4. Meat Pen rabbits must be in the immediate possession                        ARRIVALTIME:           Monday, May 2, 8:00 am - 1:00
   and care of the exhibitor since the rabbits were 5 weeks
   old.                                                                        pm
5. No doe with litters will be permitted on the Dixon                          WEIGH-IN:              Monday, May 2, 3:00 p.m.
   Fairgrounds.
6. All rabbits will be examined for health before being placed                 JUDGING:               Tuesday, May 3, 9:00 a.m.
   in the Dixon May Fair cages. Rabbits deemed unhealthy                                              4-H Showmanship, FFA
   or infected with lice or mites are subject to removal from                                         Showmanship, Market,
   the grounds.                                                                                       Breeding
7. Exhibitors must provide their own feeders and waterers
   and must clean their cages daily by 9 a.m. for the duration
   of the Fair. Failure to follow this rule will mean notification        American System of Judging—No Cash Awards
   of leader and parent. Repeat behavior or putting your                                (Ribbons Only)
   animal at risk will mean forfeiture of any premiums, and
   losing the privilege of showing at the Fair in the future.
                                                                          SPECIAL RULES AND INFORMATION
8. Exhibitors must be present during judging.
                                                                          1.    Exhibitors are subject to the rules.
9. The balance of the entries will be shown together in All
                                                                          2.    The birth date for animals entered in the meat show must
   Other Breeds.
                                                                                be listed on the entry form.
MUST SPECIFY HEAVY 0R LIGHT, AND ENTER CLASS
                                                                          3.    Owners of meat pens must provide their own carriers for
NUMBER, NAME OF BREED, VARIETY, and TATTOO &
                                                                                the Junior Auction.
HEAVYWEIGHT BREEDS                                                        4.    Owners of meat pens that are sold at the auction are
Division 872 California                                                         responsible for the animals until they are picked up
Division 873 New Zealand                                                        Sunday evening by the buyer or until after processing of
Division 874- 875 All other Heavy Weights                                       the meat pen, whichever disposition the buyer chooses.

                                                                          POULTRY AND RABBIT RELEASE RULES
Class                              Age
                                                                          1.    Release time is 6:00 p.m. Sunday May 8.
1.   Senior Buck                   8 months & over
                                                                          2.    No animals will be released from the barns early or without
2.   Senior Doe                    8 months & over
                                                                                a release slip.
3.   Intermediate Buck             6 to 8 months
                                                                          3.    The Department Supervisor will issue release slips
4.   Intermediate Doe              6 to 8 months
                                                                                only when the exhibitor has cleaned any cage and tray
5.   Junior Buck                   under 6 months
                                                                                used, and has had them inspected.
6.   Junior Doe                    under 6 months
                                                                          4.    Cage debris must be disposed of in the designated
                                                                                receptacles.
LIGHTWEIGHT BREEDS
                                                                          Division 886 Single Fryer
Division 876 Mini Rex
Division 877 Dutch                                                        1. One Rabbit no more than 10 weeks old as of the day of
                                                                          the Show. Weight limit 3-5 pounds
Division 878 Netherland Dwarf
Division 879 Mini Lop
Division 880 Jersey Woolies
Division 881 Lion Heads
Division 882 -885 All Other Light Weights



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Division 887 PEN OF THREE RABBITS
1.   Three Rabbits, no more than 10 weeks old as of the day of
                                                                      SHOWMANSHIP
     the Show.
        (Rabbit Show is held on Tuesday, May 3, 2011)                 SPECIAL RULES AND INFORMATION
        Weight: 3 to 5 pounds. All breeds are judged together.        1. Exhibitor’s age is based upon January 1st of the current
        Each entry must be one breed and color.                          year.
                                                                      2. Animals that are entered into the Dixon May Fair with
                                                                         good intention of qualifying for judging may be used for
                                                                         showmanship by the owner, even if the animal is
                                                                         disqualified by weight or by the judge.
     RABBIT MEAT PEN SCORECARD                                        3. Exhibitors must own the animal they use in showmanship
                                                                         (or lease for horses).
     Meat Type                                   40%                  4. Exhibitors shall be on hand and ready to exhibit at the time
     Condition of Flesh                          25%                     called for judging.
     Uniformity                                  20%                  5. All exhibitors are to wear the recognized show uniform of
                                                                         the organization they represent.
     Fur                                         15%                  6. Exhibitors that decline entering Supreme
     TOTAL                                      100%                     Showmanship (Round Robin) will forfeit their placing
                                                                         and premium award must return awards and the
                                                                         second place winner of the respective class will be
                                                                         eligible for entry into Supreme Showmanship.
                                                                      7. Premiums will be paid for Horse Showmanship.
RABBIT Showmanship                                                    8. Exhibitors will be automatically entered in
                                                                         showmanship.
                                                                      9. All first & second place winners in small animals must
Division 888 RABBIT SHOWMANSHIP                                          compete in Supreme Showmanship.

See Showmanship rules                                                 FFA NOVICE SHOWMANSHIP
                                                                      American System of Judging—No Premiums Offered
1.   4-H Novice Showmanship                                           1. Open only to those exhibitors who have not competed in a
2.   4-H Junior Showmanship                                              class before of that species regardless of youth group
3.   4-H Senior Showmanship                                              affiliation.
4.   FFA Novice Showmanship                                           2. The winner of each class will compete in the respective
5.   FFA Senior Showmanship                                              class in Senior Showmanship.

                                                                      FFA SENIOR SHOWMANSHIP
                                                                      American System of Judging:
                                                                      1st-$8 2nd-$7 3rd-$6 4th-$5
                                                                      5th-$4 6th-$3     7th-$2 8th-$1
                                                                      1. The winner of each class is eligible to compete in
                                                                          Supreme Showmanship.

                                                                      4-H NOVICE SHOWMANSHIP
                                                                      American System of Judging—No Premiums Offered
                                                                      1. Open only to those 4-H Club members who have not
                                                                         competed in a class of that specie before, regardless of
                                                                         group affiliation.
                                                                      2. The first and second place winners are eligible to
                                                                         compete in their respective age 4-H Club Showmanship.
        4-H DOG CARE & TRAINING
                                                                      4-H JUNIOR SHOWMANSHIP
          (Open to Solano County Only)                                American System of Judging— Premiums Offered
                                                                      1st through 8th place only
Saturday, April 30, 2011 9:00 a.m.                                    1. Limited to ages 13 and under, as of January 1, 2011.
Entries are available at:                                             2. Exhibitors entering in this show may not enter in Senior
Solano County 4-H Office                                                   Showmanship.
                                                                      3. Winners of each class are eligible to compete in Supreme
501 Texas Street                                                           Showmanship.
Fairfield, California 94533
707-421-6790                                                          4-H SENIOR SHOWMANSHIP
                                                                      American System of Judging:
See your Dog Project Leader.                                          1st-$8 2nd-$7 3rd-$6       4th-$5
Each participant will be awarded;                                     5th-$4 6th-$3    7th-$2    8th-$1
Sponsored by: Friends of Dixon May Fair                               1. Open to ages 14 years and older, as of January 1, 2011.
                                                                      2. Winners of each class are eligible to compete in Supreme
                                                                          Showmanship.

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                                                                         Division 901 4-H JUNIOR SUPREME
SUPREME SHOWMANSHIP                                                      SHOWMANSHIP
                                                                         1.   Only first place winners in Junior beef, dairy, dairy goats,
                                                                              goat, sheep, swine, showmanship are eligible for 4-H
Judging:                                                                      Junior Supreme Showmanship.
Small Animal:         Sunday, May 8, 9:00 a.m.                           2.    Only first and second place winners in Junior rabbit, and
                                                                              poultry showmanship are eligible for Small Animal
Large Animal:         Sunday, May 8, 11:00 a.m.                               Supreme Showmanship.

American System of Judging—No Cash Awards                                Class
                                                                         1.   4-H Junior Large Animal Supreme Showmanship
                                                                         2.   4-H Junior Small Animal Supreme Showmanship
            Contestants competing for
          Supreme Showmanship Trophy
       (Ribbons awarded through 6th Place)
                                                                         Division 902 4-H SENIOR SUPREME
                                                                         SHOWMANSHIP
SPECIAL RULES AND INFORMATION:                                           1.   Any exhibitor winning first place in a 4-H Senior
1.   Only animals owned, fitted and shown by the Exhibitors in                Showmanship Class (beef, dairy, dairy goats, goats,
     the Junior Livestock Divisions are eligible.                             sheep, swine,) is eligible for Large Animal Supreme
2.   First place winners of beef, sheep, swine, dairy cattle,                 Showmanship.
     dairy goats, and market goats in 4-H and FFA                        2.    Any exhibitor winning first & second place in 4-H Senior
     Showmanship are allowed to compete in Large Animals                      Showmanship (rabbits or poultry) is eligible for Small
     Supreme Showmanship.                                                     Animal Supreme Showmanship.
3.   First and Second place winners in Rabbits, Poultry and
     Cavies are eligible to compete in Small Animal Supreme
                                                                         Class
     Showmanship.
                                                                         1.   4-H Senior Large Animal Supreme Showmanship
4.   Exhibitors may be required to provide their own animals.
                                                                         2.   4-H Senior Small Animal Supreme Showmanship
5.   No pre-entry required. Exhibitors will automatically be
     entered, pending the results of the 4-H and FFA
     Showmanship Divisions. However, exhibitors shall be on
     hand and ready to exhibit at the time called for judging.
6.   Exhibitors declining to enter Supreme Showmanship will              Division 903 FFA SUPREME SHOWMANSHIP
     forfeit their placing and cash prizes in their showmanship          1.   Any exhibitor winning first place in a FFA Senior
     class and remaining exhibitors will move up in their placing             Showmanship class (beef, dairy, dairy goats, goats,
     accordingly.                                                             sheep, swine) is eligible for Large Animal Supreme
7.   Should an exhibitor win Showmanship in more than one                     Showmanship.
     specie within the same division, the exhibitor shall choose         2.   Any exhibitor winning first & second place in FFA Senior
     which specie they will represent, and the second place                   Showmanship in rabbits or poultry is eligible for Small
     exhibitor of the alternate specie will be moved up to                    Animal Supreme Showmanship.
     compete in Supreme Showmanship.
8.   All exhibitors must wear whites and/or the official show            Class
     uniform of the organization they represent.                         1.   Large Animal Supreme Showmanship
                                                                         2.   Small Animal Supreme Showmanship

                      JUDGING SYSTEM:

1.   A time of 5 to 10 minutes will be allowed for showmanship
     in each specie.                                                     NOTE: Winners of Supreme Showmanship may
2.   Judges will score each contestant on a point system of 1-           qualify to compete at the California State Fair. It is
     10, with 1 being the low and 10 being the high.                     the exhibitor’s responsibility to obtain qualification
3.   In the event of a tie score, between two or more exhibitors,        rules and complete appropriate entry forms from the
     the tie will be broken in this order:
                                                                         California State Fair.
          A. The exhibitor with the highest score on the specie
               that qualified him/her for Supreme Showmanship.
          B. The exhibitor with the most consistent set of
               scores.
          Example:
          Contestant #1         6     7    10   8     =  31
          Contestant #2         8     7     9   7     =  31
          Contestant #2          would be the winner.




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LIVESTOCK /AGRICULTURAL                                                    CLEAN PEN (Club or Chapter)
EDUCATIONAL DISPLAYS
                                                                           American System of Judging – Cash Awards
     ENTRIES CLOSE:          Friday, April 8, 2011 7:00 p.m.
                                                                                               1st - $50.00 (per class)
     ENTRY FEE:              $3.00 per entry, per class

     LIMIT:                  One entry per exhibitor, per class            SPECIAL RULES & INFORMATION
                                                                           1.   ALL ANIMALS, AISLES AND STALLS/PENS MUST BE
     ARRIVALTIME:            Monday, May 2, 8:00 am -1:00 pm                    CLEANED BY 9:00 A.M. DAILY. IT IS MANDATORY
                                                                                THAT ALL STALLS AND PENS BE KEPT CLEAN.
     JUDGING:                Wednesday, May 4, 11:00 a.m.                  2.   Exhibits will be judged periodically throughout the day
                                                                                during fair hours.
                                                                           3.   Pathways, approaches, and areas around barns must be
     DEPARTURE TIME:         Sunday, May 8, 6:00 p.m.                           kept clean and free of obstructions for the convenience of
                                                                                spectators.
                                                                           4.   THERE IS NO NEED TO ENTER THIS COMPETITION.
                                                                                ALL LARGE ANIMALS ENTERED IN THE FAIR
              American System of Judging                                        AUTOMATICALLY QUALIFY!
                1st-$20 2nd-$15 3rd-$10                                    5.   All animals need to have a stall card.
                                                                           6.   Independent Juniors will not be judged. You must be in a
SPECIAL RULES & INFORMATION                                                     club or chapter to qualify.
1.    Displays are to be of a maximum size of 3 feet wide by 3
      feet high and made of material no thicker than 1/4 inch
      plywood. Displays are designed to give the Dixon May Fair
                                                                           Division 905 CLEAN PEN
      visitors some insight into livestock or agricultural industry
      or projects (i.e. breeds, economics, rate of gain, etc.).
      (Tri-fold Boards are acceptable.)                                    Class
2.    Only those displays entered on a Dixon May Fair entry                1.   Beef Cattle
      form will be considered for judging.                                 2.   Dairy Cattle
3.    Please notify the Livestock Office when your entry has               3.   Dairy Goats
      arrived.                                                             4.   Meat Goats
4.    Displays must be in place by 4:00 p.m., Monday, May 2.               5.   Sheep
5.    Entries previously exhibited at the Dixon May Fair will not          6.   Swine
      be accepted.
                                                                                 CLEAN PEN SCORE CARD
Division 904 LIVESTOCK/AGRICULTURAL
EDUCATIONAL EXHIBITS                                                             Cleanliness of Alleys & Stalls/Pens                   50%
Class                                                                            Bedding, adequate, bright, dry, clean & in place. Animals
1. Beef                                                                          securely tied/penned. Feed boxes in front of animals when
2. Dairy Cattle                                                                  appropriate. Manure hauled out & deposited in proper place.
3. Dairy Goats                                                                   Alleys swept clean, free of dust/straw or shavings. Watering
                                                                                 point and drains dept clean.
4. Horse
5. Meat Goat                                                                     Arrangement of Exhibit                                  10%
6. Poultry/Game Birds                                                            Exhibit lined up in attractive manner. Big objectionable boxes
7. Rabbits                                                                       out of the way. Hay and straw neat and orderly. Feed
8. Sheep                                                                         boxes and miscellaneous tack in area provided.
9. Swine
10. Agricultural Education                                                       Appearance of Animals                                 15%
                                                                                 Animals neat & clean.

                                                                                 Appearance of Animal Stall Cards                   5%
                                                                                 Readable from alley. Neatly arranged. Clean & complete.
     Educational Exhibits Scorecard
                                                                                 Attendants                                            10%
     Effective Title                               10%                           Courtesy of attendants & others in area.

     Suitable Subject                              10%                           Decorations                                           10%
     Attracts Attention                            20%                           Attractive and Educational Display.
     Holds Interest                                10%                           TOTAL                                                100%
     Conveys Message                               30%
     Workmanship                                   20%

     TOTAL                                        100%

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                                             RECEIVING SCHEDULE

RECEIVING SCHEDULE                                                        RECEIVING SCHEDULE
                                                                 SATURDAY, April 30
SATURDAY, APRIL 23
                                                                 9:00 a.m.
Junior Horse Show                                                4-H Dog Care & Training Show
6:30 a.m. check in
                                                                 12:00 noon to 3:00 p.m.
                                                                 Floriculture Showcase
10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
                                                                     Home Winemaking
Interior Living Showcase
    Collections           Creative Fashions                      12:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
    Home Leisure          Home Arts & Crafts                     Interior Living
    Preserved Foods       Quilts                                 Vignettes & Table settings
    Special Friends
                                                                 SUNDAY, MAY 1
10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Fine Arts Showcase                                               9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon
Photography Showcase                                             Interior Living Showcase
                                                                     Baked Foods              Decorated Foods
10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.                                          Table Setttings
Today’s Youth Showcase                                           Today’s Youth Showcase
    Collections           Crafts                                     Baked Foods              Decorated Foods
    Computer Arts         Fine Arts                                  Table Settings
    Group Projects        Home Leisure
    Industrial Crafts     Photography                            9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
    Pre-School            Preserved Foods                            Livestock Trailer Park
    Science               Still Life Educational Exhibits
                                                                 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.                                               Livestock TACK ONLY
Industrial Education Showcase
FFA Agricultural Mechanics Showcase

                                                                 MONDAY, MAY 2
                                                                 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
MONDAY, APRIL 25 - FRIDAY, MAY 29                                Floriculture Showcase
                                                                     Indoor Gardens & FFA Gardens completed
9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Floriculture Showcase                                            5:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
         Indoor Garden & FFA Garden set-up                       Floriculture Showcase
                                                                     Potted Plants
SATURDAY, APRIL 30 – SUNDAY, MAY 1                               Today’s Youth Showcase
                                                                     Horticulture and Potted Plants
10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.                                          4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Floriculture Showcase                                            Interior Living Showcase
         Indoor Garden & FFA Garden set-up                           Vignette set-up
                                                                     Table Settings




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        RECEIVING SCHEDULE                                            RECEIVING SCHEDULE


        MONDAY, MAY 2                                                 FRIDAY, MAY 6
        Livestock Showcase
        9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
RECEIVING SCHEDULE
      Livestock Trailer Park                                  RECEIVING SCHEDULE
                                                                 6:30 p.m.
                                                                      Interior Living Showcase
        8:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.                                             Cooking Contest: “Favorite Casserole”
            All Livestock Arrival & Health Check
            Livestock/Agriculture Educational Displays
                                                                   SATURDAY, MAY 7
MONDAY, a.m. – 8:00 p.m.
    8:00 MAY 2                                                FRIDAY, MAY 6
                                                                   6:30 p.m.
          Livestock Registration paper check-in
Livestock Showcase                                                    Interior Living Showcase
9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
         3:00 p.m.                                                            Cooking Contest: “Dessert”
    Livestock Trailer Park Goats, Sheep and Swine             6:30 p.m.
             Weigh-in Beef,
                                                              Interior Living Showcase
             Weigh-in
8:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Poultry, Quail, Rabbits                     Cooking Contest: “Favorite Casserole”
             (Order to be Health Check
    All Livestock Arrival &announced)
    Livestock/Agriculture Educational Displays
         6:00 p.m.                                            SATURDAY, MAY 7
             Bids for
8:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.Kids BBQ                                 6:30 p.m.
         7:30 Registration paper check-in
    Livestockp.m.                                             Interior Living Showcase
3:00 p.m.    Exhibitor Meeting                                        Cooking Contest: “Dessert”
    Weigh-in Beef, Goats, Sheep and Swine
         RECEIVING SCHEDULE
    Weigh-in Poultry, Quail, Rabbits
    (Order to be announced)
6:00 p.m.
    Bids for Kids BBQ
        WEDNESDAY, MAY 4
7:30 p.m.
        4:00 Meeting
    Exhibitor p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
        Floriculture Showcase
RECEIVING SCHEDULE
      Arrangements
      Cut Flowers
    Today’s Youth Showcase
       Arrangements
WEDNESDAY, MAY 4
       Cut Flowers

        5:00 pm p.m.
4:00 p.m. to 7:30 Today’s Youth Building
        Today’s Youth Showcase
Floriculture Showcase
        Cooking Contest
    Arrangements
    Cut Flowers
Today’s Youth Showcase 5
        THURSDAY, MAY
    Arrangements
        Flowers
    Cut 6:30 p.m.
        Interior Living Showcase
5:00 pm Today’s Youth Building
            Cooking Contest: “Appetizers”
Today’s Youth Showcase
        Contest
Cooking 5:00 p.m.
        Today’s Youth Showcase
THURSDAY, MAY 5
            Cooking Contest
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6:30 p.m.
Interior Living Showcase
    Cooking Contest: “Appetizers”

5:00 p.m.
Today’s Youth Showcase
    Cooking Contest
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                                JUDGING & RELEASE SCHEDULE
JUDGING SCHEDULE                                                JUDGING SCHEDULE
                                                                SUNDAY, MAY 1
SATURDAY, April 23
7:30 a.m. Sharp                                                 10:00 a.m.
Junior Horse Show                                               Today’s Youth Showcase
                                                                    Baked Foods             Decorated Foods

                                                                1:00 p.m.
                                                                Interior Living Showcase
                                                                    Baked Foods             Decorated Foods
                                                                3:00 p.m.
MONDAY, APRIL 25                                                Floriculture Showcase
9:00 a.m.                                                           Home Winemaking
Interior Living Showcase
    Collections         Creative Fashions                       5:00 p.m.
    Home Leisure        Home Arts & Crafts                      Interior Living Showcase
    Preserved Foods     Quilts                                  Vignettes           Table Settings
    Special Friends                                             Today’s Youth Showcase
                                                                Table Settings
1;00 P.M.
Industrial Education Showcase
FFA Agricultural Mechanics Showcase
                                                                TUESDAY, MAY 3
                                                                9:00 a.m.
                                                                Floriculture Showcase
MONDAY, APRIL 25                                                    Indoor Gardens
9:00 a.m.                                                           FFA Gardens
Today’s Youth Showcase                                          1:00 p.m.
    Collections         Crafts                                  Floriculture Showcase
    Computer Arts       Fine Arts                                   Potted Plants
    Group Projects      Home Leisure                            Today’s Youth Showcase
    Industrial Crafts   Photography                                 Horticulture and Potted Plants
    Pre-School          Preserved Foods
    Science             Still Life Educational Exhibits         5:00 p.m.
Saturday, April 30                                              Interior Living Showcase
1:00 p.m.                                                           Table Settings
Fine Arts Showcase                                              Today’s Youth Showcase
                                                                    Table Settings
5:00 p.m.
Fine Arts Showcase Critique                                     TUESDAY, MAY 3
                                                                10:00 a.m.
Saturday, April 30                                              Livestock Showcase
9:00 a.m.                                                           Meat Goats – 4-H Showmanship, 4-H Market,
4-H Dog Care & Training Show                                        FFA Showmanship, FFA Market, Breeding
                                                                    9:00 a.m. Beef Cattle- 4-H Showmanship, 4-H Market FFA
                                                                    showmanship, FFA Market, Breeding
1:00 p.m.
Photography Showcase                                            9:00 a.m.
                                                                Livestock Showcase
5:00 p.m.                                                           Rabbits – 4-H Showmanship, FFA Showmanship,
                                                                    Market, Breeding
Photography Showcase Critique                                   11:00 a.m.
                                                                Livestock Showcase
                                                                    Livestock/Agricultural Educational Displays




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                                                           Dairy Goats – FFA Showmanship,
                                                           4-H Showmanship, Breeding

                                                           7:00 p.m.
                                                           Interior Living Showcase
                                                               Cooking Contest: “Favorite Casseroles”
                                    JUDGING & RELEASE SCHEDULE
JUDGING SCHEDULE                                           SUNDAY, MAY 8
                                                           JUDGING SCHEDULE
WEDNESDAY, MAY 4                    JUDGING & RELEASE SCHEDULE
                                                   11:00 a.m.
                                                   SATURDAY, MAY 7
                                                   Livestock Showcase
Livestock Showcase                                         7:00 p.m.
                                                           9:00 a.m. MAY 8
JUDGING SCHEDULE
8:00 a.m.                                                  SUNDAY,
                                                           Interior Living Showcase
                                                           Small Animal Supreme Showmanship
Swine- 4-H showmanship, 4-H Market,                                 Cooking Contest: “Deserts”
FFA Showmanship, FFA Market, Breeding                      11:00 a.m.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 4
10:00 a.m.
                                                           11:00 a.m.
                                                           Livestock Showcase
                                                           Large Animal Supreme Showmanship
Livestock Showcase
Poultry Show-4-H Showmanship, FFA Showmanship,             9:00 a.m.
8:00 a.m.
Market , Breeding                                          Small Animal Supreme Showmanship
                                                           2:00 p.m.
Swine- 4-H showmanship, 4-H Market,
                                                           Livestock Exhibitor Awards- Livestock area
FFA p.m.
5:00 Showmanship, FFA Market, Breeding                     11:00 a.m.
10:00 a.m.
Interior Living Showcase                                   Large Animal Supreme Showmanship
                                                           4:00 p.m.
Poultry Show-4-H Showmanship, FFA Showmanship,
5:00p.m.
Market , Breeding                                           Youth Still Life Awards- Today’s Youth Building
Vignettes                                                  2:00 p.m.
                                                           Livestock Exhibitor Awards- Livestock area
                                                           5:15 p.m.
5:00 p.m.
7:00 p.m.                                                  Today’s Youth Showcase
InteriorCourt Ceremony
Royalty Living Showcase                                    4:00 p.m.Cooking Contest: “Creative use of Spam!
5:00p.m.
Leber Stage                                                 Youth Still Life Awards- Today’s Youth Building
Vignettes
THURSDAY, MAY 5                                            5:15 p.m.
7:00 p.m.
8:00 a.m.                                                  Today’s Youth Showcase
Royalty Court Ceremony                                             Cooking Contest: “Creative use of Spam!
Floriculture Showcase
Leber Stage
    Arrangements
    Cut Flowers
THURSDAY, MAY 5
Today’s Youth Showcase
                                                           RELEASE SCHEDULE
     a.m.
8:00 Arrangements
Floriculture Showcase
    Cut Flowers
     Arrangements                                          SUNDAY, MAY 8
9:00 Cut Flowers
     a.m.
Today’s Youth Showcase
                                                           RELEASE SCHEDULE
                                                           6:00 p.m.
                                                           Livestock Showcase
Livestock Showcase
    ArrangementsShowmanship, FFA Market,
    4-H Showmanship, 4-H Market, Breeding
    Sheep – FFA
    Cut Flowers Showmanship, FFA Market
    Sheep — FFA
    4-HShowmanship, 4-H Market, Breeding                   SUNDAY, MAY 8
9:00 a.m.                                                  6:00 p.m.
                                                           MONDAY, MAY 9
7:00 p.m.                                                  Livestock–Showcase
Livestock Showcase
Interior Living Showcase                                   9:00 a.m. 6:00 p.m.
    Sheep – FFA Showmanship, FFA Market,
    Cooking Contest: “Appetizers”                          Floriculture Showcase
    4-HShowmanship, 4-H Market, Breeding                       Indoor Gardens Dismantled
FRIDAY, MAY 6                                                  FFA Gardens Dismantled
7:00 p.m.                                                  MONDAY, MAY 9
9:00 a.m.                                                  9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Interior Living Showcase                                   12:00 noon – 3:00 p.m.
Livestock Showcase                                         Floriculture Showcase
    Cooking Contest: “Appetizers”                          Floriculture Showcase
Dairy Cattle – 4-H Showmanship,                                Indoor Gardens Dismantled
FFA Showmanship, Breeding                                      Plant Sale
FRIDAY, MAY 6                                                  FFA Gardens Dismantled
9:00 a.m. – FFA Showmanship,
Dairy Goats                                                12:00 noon – 6:00 p.m.
Livestock Showcase                                         12:00 noon – 3:00 p.m.
4-H Showmanship, Breeding                                  Interior Living Showcase
                                                           Floriculture Showcase
Dairy Cattle – 4-H Showmanship,                            Fine Arts Showcase
FFA Showmanship, Breeding
 7:00 p.m.                                                     Plant Sale
                                                           Photography Showcase
Interior Living Showcase                                   Floriculture6:00 p.m.
Dairy Goats –Contest: “Favorite Casseroles”
    Cooking FFA Showmanship,                               12:00 noon – Showcase
4-H Showmanship, Breeding                                  Industrial Education Showcase
                                                           Interior Living Showcase
                                                           FFA Agricultural Mechanics Showcase
                                                           Fine Arts Showcase
7:00 p.m.                                                  Today’s Youth Showcase
                                                           Photography Showcase
Interior Living SCHEDULE
JUDGING Showcase                                           Floriculture Showcase
    Cooking Contest: “Favorite Casseroles”                 Industrial Education Showcase
SATURDAY, MAY 7
7:00 p.m.
                                                           FFA Agricultural Mechanics Showcase
Interior Living Showcase                                   Today’s Youth Showcase
JUDGING SCHEDULE
        Cooking Contest: “Deserts”
SATURDAY, MAY 7
7:00 p.m.
Interior Living Showcase
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     Use A Separate Entry Form for Category: IE Fi Fine Arts, Floriculture, Interior Living
     UseA Separate Entry Form for EachEach Category: Fine Arts,Floriculture Interior Living,                                                                                  ALL NON-LIVESTOCK DIVISIONS
     Today’s Youth and Ag Mechanics                                                                                                                                                   ENTRY FORM
                                                                                   DIXON MAY FAIR                                                                                 YOUTH                ADULT
     Forms may be photocopied                                                    FUN FOR EWE AT THE                                                                                     One Exhibitor Per Form
                                                                                                                                                                                       DIXON MAY FAIR ENTRIES
                                                                                                                                                                                Mail to:                           Deliver to:
                                                                                DIXON MAY FAIR 2011
                                                                              DIXON MAYFAIR! 2010
     Exhibitor Code                                                                Entries must be postmarked by April 2010
                                                                                 Entries must be postmarkedby April 9, 8, 2011                                                 P O Box 459                        655 S. First St,
                                                                                      Call (707) 678-5529 for information
                                                                                        Call (707) 678-5529 for information                                                  Dixon, CA 95620                     Dixon, CA 95620
     Leave Blank IN ENTRY GUIDE BOOK
        Entry        Division    Class
       Number        Number     Number                                                                                  Brief Description of Entry (or Title)                                                      Entry Fee
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           YOUTH DIVISION                                This area must be filled out and signed                 I certify that these entries comply with Local, State and                              Entry Fee
                                                                                                                 Department Rules contained in the Entry Guidebook.                                     Check No.
     Exhibitor's Age                                Exhibitor's Birth Date ________/________/________                                                                                                   Receipt No.
     The undersigned states herewith, that he/she is the recognized supervisor of the project of which the
     above entries are a part, that to his/her personal and actual knowledge the statements regarding the        Printed name of registered and/or legal owner
     same are true, and he/she further states that he/she has read and has full understanding of the rules and                                                                                                   Make Check
     regulations governing the same and agrees to be governed by them. The exhibitor is entering as              Written signature of owner or agent                                                             Payable to:
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Dixon May Fair
                          Club, Chapter, School or "None"
                                                                                                                 Email:
                     Signature of Instructor or Local Leader                                                     Address
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                         Instructor/Leader Phone Number                                                          City, State, Zip

                          Signature of Parent or Guardian                                                        Telephone Number
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     Entries must be postmarked by April 8, 2011




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                                    Email:
                  36TH DISTRICT AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION
                  36th DISTRICT AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIAITON
                     FIRST AID PARENT PERMISSION FORM
                     FIRST AID PARENT PERMISSION FORM
                         Junior Livestock Exhibitors Only
                         Junior Livestock Exhibitors Only

Each junior exhibitor is required to have the following form completed and signed by a parent/guardian. These
                                                                           April 9, 2010.
First Aid Forms must be submitted with your entry forms, no later than April 8, 2011. This form must be on file
before the junior exhibitor will be allowed on the fairgrounds with their animals.

Parents/Guardians must file a “First Aid Parent Permission Form” for each junior exhibitor.

Exhibitors Name: ___________________________________________ Age ____________________

Of Chapter/Club/School________________________________________________________________, has
my permission to seek first aid treatment as the Dixon May Fair First aid Station during his/her stay.

In my absence, it is understood that our group leader, ____________________________________________
will be notified of any injury and will be promptly advised of what further medical treatment, if any, may be
required.



_______________________________________________________                           ______________________
Parent/Guardian Signature                                                         Date


_______________________________________________________                           (_____)________________
Parent/Guardian name Printed                                                      Phone


________________________________________________________________________________

My child has had a Tetanus Toxoid Booster on this Date: ______________________

       ________       My child has NO known allergies to medication.

       ________       My child IS ALLERGIC to the following medication(s):




Other health concerns to be aware of:




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     Please print or type your entries                                                                                                                                                             JUNIOR
                                                                                                        DIXON MAY FAIR                                                                           LIVESTOCK
     Use A Separate Entry Form for Each Division                                                                                                                                                ENTRY FORM
     Forms may be photocopied                                                                        WHEELIN & SQUEELIN                                                                   One Exhibitor Per Form
                                                                                                            2008                                                                        DIXON MAY FAIR ENTRIES
                                                                                                                                                                                       Mail to:          Deliver to:
     Exhibitor Code                                                                      Entries must be postmarked by April 2, 2008
                                                                                         Entries must be postmarked by April 8, 2011                                              P O Box 459               655 S. First St.
                                                                                                        Call (707) 678-5529 for information                                    Dixon, CA 95620             Dixon, CA 95620
     Leave Blank       In Entry Guidebook                                                                               Animals Name                                           Ear Tag,
        Entry         Division Class                                  Registration Number                                   Scrapie Tag #         Breeder Name                    Leg      Sex            Date of         Entry
       Number         Number Number                  Animal                  Sire                      Dam                                                                     or Tattoo                   Birth           Fee

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     YOUTH DIVISION                    This area must be filled out and signed                                                                I certify that these entries comply with Local, State and     Entry Fee
                                                                                                                                              Department Rules contained in the Entry Guidebook.           Check No.
     Exhibitor's Age              Exhibitor's Birth Date ________/________/________                                                                                                                       Receipt No.

     The undersigned states herewith, that he/she is the recognized supervisor of the project of which the               Total Number of
     above entries are a part, that to his/her personal and actual knowledge the statements regarding the                Animals Entered      Printed name of registered and/or legal owner
     same are true, and he/she further states that he/she has read and has full understanding of the rules and                                                                                                 Make checks
     regulations governing the same and agrees to be governed by them. The exhibitor is entering as                                           Written signature of owner or agent                               payable to :
                                                                                                                                                                                                               Dixon May Fair
            Club, Chapter, School or "None"                                                                              Total Number of      SSN or Tax ID Number
                                                                                                                                              Email:
                                                                                                                         Pens/Tie Stalls
        Signature of Instructor or Local Leader                                                                            Requested          Address

            Instructor/Leader Phone Number                                 READ AND SIGN FORM ON                                              City, State, Zip
                                                                                OTHER SIDE
             Signature of Parent or Guardian                                                                                                  Telephone Number


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                  36TH DISTRICT AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION
                  36th DISTRICT AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIAITON
                     FIRST AID PARENT PERMISSION FORM
                     FIRST AID PARENT PERMISSION FORM
                         Junior Livestock Exhibitors Only
                         Junior Livestock Exhibitors Only

Each junior exhibitor is required to have the following form completed and signed by a parent/guardian. These
                                                                           April 8, 2011.
First Aid Forms must be submitted with your entry forms, no later than April 9, 2010. This form must be on file
before the junior exhibitor will be allowed on the fairgrounds with their animals.

Parents/Guardians must file a “First Aid Parent Permission Form” for each junior exhibitor.

Exhibitors Name: ___________________________________________ Age ____________________

Of Chapter/Club/School________________________________________________________________, has
my permission to seek first aid treatment as the Dixon May Fair First aid Station during his/her stay.

In my absence, it is understood that our group leader, ____________________________________________
will be notified of any injury and will be promptly advised of what further medical treatment, if any, may be
required.



_______________________________________________________                           ______________________
Parent/Guardian Signature                                                         Date


_______________________________________________________                           (_____)________________
Parent/Guardian name Printed                                                      Phone


________________________________________________________________________________

My child has had a Tetanus Toxoid Booster on this Date: ______________________

       ________       My child has NO known allergies to medication.

       ________       My child IS ALLERGIC to the following medication(s):




Other health concerns to be aware of:




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                                    DIXON MAY FAIR
                                HORSE SHOW ENTRY FORM
All entries are due to DMF office on FRIDAY, April 8, 2011 by 7:00 p.m.
Entry Fee: $4.00 per class
Drug Testing Fee: $5.00 per horse due at the time of entry. (One time charge).
Please use a separate entry form for each horse. NO REFUNDS.
Photo must accompany registration form.

ENROLLMENT FORM (Please Print Clearly)
Exhibitor’s Name: ____________________________________                      Phone Number _______________

DOB _______ Age as of January 1, 2011 _________

Address __________________________________ City __________________ Zip _______________

Club/Chapter/Independent ____________________________________________________________

Leader Signature: ___________________________________________________

Parent Signature ____________________________________________________

Exhibitor Signature: _________________________________________________

Horse Name _______________________________________________________

Please mark one:        Owned _______ Leased ________

All independent Exhibitors’ must have insurance forms to fair with entry forms by April 8, 2011.

SATURDAY Scheduled Classes               (Please mark (X) appropriate division)
                                                            Div 805          Div 805               Div 805
CLASS                                                      Walk/Trot         Junior                Senior
 1. 4-H Novice Showmanship
 2. 4-H Junior Showmanship
 3. 4-H Senior Showmanship
 4. FFA Novice Showmanship
 5. FFA Senior Showmanship
 6. Independent Novice
 7. Independent Junior
 8. Independent Senior

                                                                Div 802             Div 803        Div 804
CLASS                                                          Walk/Trot            Junior         Senior
 9. Royalty Court
10. Bareback
11. English Equitation
12. English Pleasure
13. Western Equitation
14. Western Pleasure
15. Trail
    16.California Pole Bending
    17. Flag Race                                            __________         ____________
    18. Clover Leaf Barrels
    19. Mystery Game
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                                 DIXON MAY FAIR
                             HORSE SHOW ENTRY FORM

HORSE SHOWMANSHIP

PREMIUMS PAID. Age based on January 1, 2011.
NOVICE: Open only to those exhibitors who have not competed in any horse showmanship class before.
JUNIOR: Age 13 years and under as of January 1, 2011.
SENIOR: Ages 14 years and over as of January 1, 2011.
Winner of each novice class is eligible to compete in their corresponding age class.

Division 805 - Showmanship


CLASS                                                     (Please mark (X) appropriate class)
1. 4-H Novice Showmanship
2. 4-H Junior Showmanship
3. 4-H Senior Showmanship
4. FFA Novice Showmanship
5. FFA Senior Showmanship
6. Independent Novice Showmanship                 ___________________________________________
7. Independent Junior Showmanship                 ___________________________________________
8. Independent Senior Showmanship
Please attach:
a.)    Release and Waiver of Liability
       Agreement
b.)    First Aide Parent Permission Form
c.)   Photo required with registration
form.




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    36TH DISTRICT AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION/DIXON MAY FAIR
    36th DISTRICT AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIAITON/DIXON MAY FAIR
          RELEASE AND WAIVER OF LIABILITY AGREEMENT
          RELEASE AND WAIVER OF LIABILITY AGREEMENT

I, ____________________________________, (“Participant”), acknowledge that I have voluntarily applied to
participate in the following activities at the Dixon May Fair (“the Fair”).

                                  DIXON MAY FAIR JUNIOR HORSE SHOW

I AM AWARE THAT THESE ACTIVITIES ARE HAZARDOUS ACTIVITIES AND THAT I COULD BE
SERIOUSLY INJURED OR EVEN KILLED. I AM VOLUNTARILY PARTICIPATING IN THESE ACTIVITIES
WITH KNOWLEDGE OF THE DANGER INVOLVED, AND AGREE TO ASSUME ANY AND ALL RISKS OF
BODILY INJURY, DEATH OR PROPERTY DAMAGE, WHETHER THOSE RISKS ARE KNOWN OR
UNKNOWN.

I verify this statement by placing my initials here: ___________ (participant)

Parent or Guardian initials (if under 18): ____________

As consideration for being permitted by the Fair, the State of California (“State”), the County of Solano (“the
County”), and any lessor of the fair premises (“Lessor”), to participate in these activities and use the Fair
premises and facilities, I forever release the Fair, the State, the County, the Lessor, and fair affiliated
organization, and their respective directors, officers, employees, volunteers, agents, contractors, and
representatives (collectively, “Releases”) from any and all actions, claims, or demands that I, My
assignees, heirs, distributes, guardians, next of kin, spouse and legal representatives how have, or
may have in the future, for injury, death, or property damage, related to (i) my participation in these
activities, (ii) the negligence or other acts, whether directly connected to these activities occur,
whether or not I am then participating in the activities. I also agree that I, my assignees, heirs, distributes,
guardians, next of kin, spouse, and legal representatives will not make a claim against, sue, or attach the
property of and Release in connection with any of the matters covered by the foregoing release.

I HAVE CAREFULLY READ THIS AGREEMENT AND FULLY UNDERSTAND ITS CONTENTS. I AM
AWARE THAT THIS IS A RELEASE OF LIABILITY AND A CONTRACT BETWEEN MYSELF AND THE FAIR,
THE STATE, THE COUNTY, AND THE LESSOR, AND SIGN IT OF MY OWN FREE WILL.

If signed by Parent or Guarding: I verify that the dangers of the activities and the significance of this Release
and Waiver were explained to the Participant and that the Participant understood them.

                                                                               2010
Executed at ____________________________, California on _____________________, 2011

PARTICIPANT/RELEASOR                                         PARENT OR GUARDIAN

______________________________________                       ______________________________________
Signature                                                    Signature

ADDRESS: ____________________________                        ADDRESS: ____________________________

______________________________________                       ______________________________________

  IF YOU ARE UNDER 18 YEARS OF AGE, YOU AND YOUR PARENT OR GUARDIAN MUST SIGN AND
                          INITIAL THIS FORM WHERE INDICATED.

 NOTE: THIS RELEASE AND WAIVER OF LIABILITY AGREEMENT MUST BE SIGNED AND SUBMITTED
                       WITH YOUR ENTRY FORM BY APRIL 9, 2010.
                        WITH YOUR ENTRY FORM BY APRIL 8, 2011



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                  36TH DISTRICT AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION
                  36th DISTRICT AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIAITON
                     FIRST AID PARENT PERMISSION FORM
                     FIRST AID PARENT PERMISSION FORM
                         Junior Livestock Exhibitors Only
                         Junior Livestock Exhibitors Only


Each junior exhibitor is required to have the following form completed and signed by a parent/guardian. These
                                                                               9, 2010.
First Aid Forms must be submitted with your entry forms, no later than April 8, 2011. This form must be on file
before the junior exhibitor will be allowed on the fairgrounds with their animals.

Parents/Guardians must file a “First Aid Parent Permission Form” for each junior exhibitor.

Exhibitors Name: ___________________________________________ Age ____________________

Of Chapter/Club/School________________________________________________________________, has
my permission to seek first aid treatment as the Dixon May Fair First Aid Station during his/her stay.

In my absence, it is understood that our group leader, ____________________________________________
will be notified of any injury and will be promptly advised of what further medical treatment, if any, may be
required.



_______________________________________________________                           ______________________
Parent/Guardian Signature                                                         Date


_______________________________________________________                           (_____)________________
Parent/Guardian name Printed                                                      Phone


________________________________________________________________________________

My child has had a Tetanus Toxoid Booster on this Date: ______________________

       ________       My child has NO known allergies to medication.

       ________       My child IS ALLERGIC to the following medication(s):




Other health concerns to be aware of:




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                                  DIXON MAY FAIR
                             ROYALTY COURT APPLICATION
Open to Residents of Solano County Only (Please Print Clearly)

Name: ____________________________________________________________________________

Address __________________________________ City __________________ Zip _______________

Date of Birth_______    Age as of January 1, 2011 _________       Phone Number ________________

Parents/Name:_____________________________________________________________________

Address __________________________________ City __________________ Zip _______________

Brothers & Sisters_______ ____________________________________________________________

Sponsored by: ______________________________________________________________________

Sponsorship Fee Enclosed - $50.00

RULES:

   1. Your application must be received in the fair office by March 4, 2011.

   2. You must be entered and scored in Horse Mastership competition, to be held April 23, 2011. See fair
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      entry book for rules & eligibility.

   3. Enclose 2 photographs, 1 with you and your horse & 1 of just you, to be used for public review and
      judging purposes.

   4. Enclose a typed note addressed to the public, as your reasons why it is important to you to become a
      Dixon May Fair representative. List past awards, future plans, goals and community involvement, along
      with the name of the school you attend and your grade level.

   5. You must be available for an interview with the judges prior to the Fair opening (date to be determined).
      Western style attire is suggested.

   6. You must be willing to represent the Dixon May Fair in the Parade and at various events during the fair.

   7. Youth Signature of Consent

       Youth Signature: ______________________________________________________________

   8. Parents/Guardians Signature of Knowledge and Consent:
      I have read and understand the commitment involved:

       Signature of Parent/Guarding ____________________________________________________

       Printed Name ________________________________________                     Date _____________

This competition is not affiliated with any youth organization. All Judges Decisions are final.
Entry/Sponsorship fees are to be applied to awards given.
Photographs that are submitted will be used for publication and judging purposes.



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                   2011 DIXON MAY FAIR                                                         SPACE # _______________
         RV TRAILER APPLICATION (LIVESTOCK ONLY)
                    (Please Print Clearly)                                                     RECEIPT # __________
Applications for trailer spaces will be accepted beginning March 7, 2011
All RV trailer spaces will be assigned by fair staff. Requests for specific spaces will be
considered, but not guaranteed.

Exhibitor Name: __________________________________________________

Adult Chaperone Name: ___________________________________________

Address: ________________________________________________________
            Street                    City               Zip

Phone: ____________________ Home                                  _____________________ Cell

TRAILER SPECIFICATOINS:

Year: _______               Make: _____________                   Model: ____________________

RV License Number: ______________________

Insurance Carrier: ________________________                                Policy #: _____________

Style of RV (Circle):
Pull Trailer                                   5th Wheel                              Motorhome

Length of Unit: _________ feet                          Slide Out (Circle):                  YES        NO

Would you prefer sewer service (circle):                        YES              NO

Special Requests: (These will be considered, but not guaranteed)

I would like our RV next to:___________________________________________


Other requests: ___________________________________________________


Please submit completed application and appropriate fees to:
Dixon May Fair, 655 South First Street, Dixon, Calif. 95620

Fee: $ 100.00 (Cash, Cashier Check, Money Order, VISA and Mastercard)
NO PERSONAL CHECKS ACCEPTED.

The signature below, of the adult chaperone, acknowledges that they have read and agree
to abide by, the Trailer Space Rules as outlined in the 2011 Dixon May Fair Entry
Guidebook.

__________________________ _________________________ ____________
Printed Name                Signature                 Date
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