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					                                                             DEPARTMENT 15
                                                       HOBBY CRAFT
Sunday                Monday              Tuesday             Wednesday            Thursday            Friday              Saturday
8 August              9 4:00 Early        10                  11                   12                  13                  14
                      Entries Close
15                    16 11:00-7:00       17 11:00-7:00       18 8:00 a.m.         19                  20 Fair Opens       21
                      Bring in Entries    Bring in Entries        Judging
                      South Expo          South Expo
22                    23                  24 Noon-8:00        25 Noon-8:00         26 Noon-8:00        27 Noon-8:00        28 Noon-8:00
                                          Premium Payout      Premium Payout       Premium Payout      Premium Payout      Premium Payout
29 Noon-8:00          30 10:00-7:00       31
Premium Payout        All Items are                Enjoy the Fair – 11:00-10:00 Weekdays & Sunday; 11:00-11:00 Friday & Saturday
9:00 Fair Closes      released,
                      premium payout

                                     SUPERINTENDENT:
                                     Diann Williams
                                     Meridian, ID
                                                                                                   Assistant
                                                                                                   Superintendent:
                                                                                                  Krissy Blandford
                                                                                                  Eagle, ID


 How to enter:
 Bring in your entries with the entry form(s) to the fairgrounds on Monday, August 16 or Tuesday, August 17 from 11:00 a.m. to
 7:00 p.m. Entries will be taken in the South Expo Building. If you want to enter early and reduce time spent in line on entry days
 you have the following 2 options:
     1. a. Mail or deliver ONLY your entry form(s) to the Premium Office, 5610 Glenwood, Boise ID 83714 by August 9.
        b. Bring your entries to the fairgrounds on August 16 or August 17 from 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
 or 2. a. Enter online by August 9 at www.idahofair.com. Follow the link to Competitive Exhibits.
           A $2 fee will apply. This fee is per exhibitor, regardless of number of entries or in how many departments you enter.
        b. Bring your entries to the fairgrounds on August 16 or August 17 from 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.


PLEASE NOTE: See Department 19 for all Youth entries, age                                        JUDGING CRITERIA:
17 & younger. Youth are welcome to enter Department 15 if they                  Overall Appearance                    Complexity of Project
wish to compete with adults.                                                    Originality of Idea                 Quality of Workmanship
 1. ENTRIES: Entries will be received in the SOUTH WING                         Overall Appeal
     of the Exposition Building. Entries must be made on forms               3. PREMIUM PAY-OUT: AWARDS WILL BE
     supplied by the Western Idaho Fair. Each exhibitor may                     AVAILABLE AT THE PREMIUM OFFICE. COPY OF
     enter only ONE ARTICLE IN EACH CLASS. No item                              EXHIBITOR           ENTRY        FORM        SHOULD      BE
     can be entered for competition for more than one year. The                 PRESENTED FOR PREMIUM PAY-OUT. Cash premiums
     individual or his authorized agent must enter projects. Any                will be paid to those entitled to awards on Aug. 24 through
     person, not an employee or officer of the Western Idaho                    Aug. 29 from 12 Noon to 8:00 p.m. and on Exhibit Release
     Fair, is eligible to act as an agent. No articles sent by parcel           day, Monday, Aug. 30 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Starting Aug.
     post or express will be accepted. "Professional" in this                   30 through Sept. 9, awards will be given out from 9:00 a.m.
     department refers to any person who has sold, taught, or                   to 4:30 p.m. daily. The Office will be closed for Labor Day
     is currently teaching their craft                                          weekend. Awards not claimed by Sept. 9, 2010 will be
     for any monetary gain. An entry fee of $3.00 will be                       considered a donation and will revert back to the Western
     charged for each project entered in the Professional Division              Idaho Fair general fund.
     only. "Amateur" in this department refers to those who do               4. RELEASE: Monday, Aug. 30-10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. IN
     not sell their projects for any purpose or monetary gain.                  NO CASE MAY EXHIBITS BE REMOVED BEFORE
     There will be no entry fee charged in the Amateur Division.                10:00 A.M. MONDAY, AUG. 30. Exhibits which are not
 2. JUDGING: Wednesday, Aug. 18-8:00 a.m. Department will                       claimed within one week after the close of the Fair will be
     be closed during judging. Where there is no competition,                   considered to have been abandoned and will be disposed of
     entry will be awarded first, second, third, or no premium,                 as the Manager of the Fair sees fit.
     according to the merits of the article.                                    Exhibitors must present claim checks corresponding with
                                                                                entry tags when claiming exhibits. Exhibits must not be
                                                                                removed without the Superintendent or assistants being
                                                                                present to check out entries.
 5. ADDITIONAL RULES: Exhibitors are requested to read the                    DIVISIONS (1-10) PROFESSIONAL
     General Rules of this Fair. Department Rules supersede
     General Rules.                                                                             DIVISION 1
     All work entered in this department must have been                           FAIR THEME - ”BARNYARD BALL”
     completed in the last year. All articles entered shall be under        PREMIUMS: 1st-$10 2nd-$7.50 3rd-$5 4th-Ribbon
     the control of the Superintendent of this department.             Class:
     Exhibitors wishing to sell projects may so notify the              1. Any project of merit
     Superintendent. Prices of articles CANNOT appear on the
     project to be sold. In case of a sale of a project, the                 DIVISION 2 – CAROUSEL HORSES
     Superintendent or the management of the Western Idaho                   PREMIUMS: 1st-$25 2nd-$15 3rd-$5 4th-Ribbon
     Fair will not be held responsible for the collection of money     Class:
     or delivery of the project. Every precaution will be taken to      2. Any size carousel, must be a carousel-no ceramics or
     insure the safety of the exhibits, but the exhibitor assumes           pictures of carousels
     all responsibility in case of loss or theft and in no case will
     the management of the Western Idaho Fair or the                           DIVISION 3 – DECORATIVE PAINTING
     Superintendent be responsible for loss or injury of same.         Decorative painting on wood, metal or glass surface. Painting on
     An exhibitor who has once competed as a professional in the       fabric, canvas or paper is excluded.
     desired division may not reclassify himself as an amateur                PREMIUMS: 1st-$25 2nd-$15 3rd-$5 4th-Ribbon
     and enter the competition again in that same division.            Class:
 6. We recommend that hot glue not be used on entries. Hot glue         3. Acrylic – painted from a pattern
    relaxes at 80 degrees.                                              4. Acrylic – painted from own design
 7. No Power will be provided for exhibits. No Water will be            5. Folk art
    allowed. Exhibits (i.e. fountains, etc.) must remain dry.           6. Painted saw blade – any size or shape
                       SPECIAL AWARDS                                   7. Painting on metal - silver tea set, plate, etc.
KITCHEN CRAFT will award $100 to the winner of the                      8. Palekh painting
Superintendent’s Choice” overall Hobby Craft entries, and $50           9. Rosemalling
to the winner of the “Superintendents Award” in both the                10. Tole painting
Professional and Amateur categories.                                    11. Zhostovo painting
THE WESTERN IDAHO FAIR will award a plaque for the                      12. Any item of merit not listed
Hobby Craft exhibit that best portrays the FAIR THEME
“BARNYARD BALL”.                                                                DIVISION 4 - GOURDS
The WESTERN IDAHO FAIR will award $25 to the “Judges                         PREMIUMS: 1st-$25 2nd-$15 3rd-$5 4th-Ribbon
Selection” of a favorite non-blue ribbon project in both the           Class:
Professional and Amateur Divisions.                                    13. Bird House
THE WESTERN IDAHO FAIR will also present the following                 14. Chip Carving
awards:                                                                15. Carved – chiseled or gouged
BEST OF PROFESSIONAL DIVISION, a plaque and $10.00                     16. Cut – fret work design cut through gourd
BEST OF AMATEUR DIVISION, a plaque and $5.00                           17. Sculpture – any style
BEST OF DECORATIVE PAINTING, Divisions 3 and 18 - a                    18. Mask
plaque                                                                 19. Painted – acrylic, pastel, watercolor
BEST OF GOURDS, Divisions 4 and 20 - a plaque                          20. Dyes – leather, ink, etc.
BEST OF WOODWORK AND CARVING, Divisions 7, 8, 25                       21. Inlayed
and 26 - a plaque                                                      22. Weaving – pine needle, fabric, etc.
BEST OF PAPER/SCRAPBOOK – Division 24 – a plaque                       23. Wood burning
BEST OF JEWELRY – Divisions 10 and 29 – a plaque                       24. Functional use – i.e. lamp, bowl
BEST OF OTHER MEDIA – Divisions 9 and 27 – a plaque                    25. Mixed media – use of at least 2 categories on one gourd
C. IRIS ON POND AWARD – C. Iris on Pond, Boise will                    26. Any item of merit not listed
award $25.00 to the first place winner; $15.00 to the second place
winner, and $10.00 to the third place winner for the “best use of              DIVISION 5 - LEATHER
an Iris flower image” in any exhibit submitted to the Hobby                  PREMIUMS: 1st-$25 2nd-$15 3rd-$5 4th-Ribbon
Craft Department.                                                      Class:
                                                                       27. Saddles
PEOPLE'S CHOICE OF THE DAY: Each day of the Fair                       28. Leather apparel (vest, chaps, hats, etc.)
visitors in this department may vote for a project to receive the      29. Leather goods (wallets, purses, binders, etc.)
Popularity Award. All entries are eligible, but only one People’s      30. Horseman tools
Choice will be awarded per project. Votes will be counted and          31. Any item of merit not listed
tabulated each day. The project receiving the most votes each day
will receive an award of $5.00 and a ribbon.                                    DIVISION 6-METAL
                                                                           PREMIUMS: 1st-$25 2nd-$15 3rd-$5 4th -Ribbon
                                                                       Class:
                                                                       32. Metal sculpture
        DIVISION 7 – WOOD CARVING                                               DIVISIONS 11-14
      PREMIUMS: 1st-$25 2nd-$15 3rd-$5 4th-Ribbon                     PROFESSIONAL/AMATEUR COMBINATION
Class:
33. Animal-realistic and stylized                                        DIVISION 11 – SPORTSMAN
34. Birds                                                       Open to Professional and Amateur.
35. Caricature                                                  PREMIUMS: 1st-$10 2nd-$7.50 3rd-$5 4th-Ribbon
36. Realistic carving – non-animal                              Class:
37. Holiday                                                     70. Segmented fishing poles
38. Relief                                                      71. Fishing rods
39. Walking stick                                               72. Hand-tied flies
40. Any item of merit not listed                                73. Knife – handmade (pocket, weapon, sword)
                                                                74. Taxidermy
DIVISION 8 - WOODWORK, MISCELLANEOUS                            75. Other item of merit not listed
       PREMIUMS: 1st-$25 2nd-$15 3rd-$5 4th-Ribbon
Class:                                                                  DIVISION 12 – HANDMADE INSTRUMENTS
41. Bird feeder or bird house - completely handmade (no kits)   Open to both Professional and Amateur. (No entry fee will be
42. Children's toy (cars, boats, etc. No furniture)             charged.) All instruments must be made by hand from a
43. Clock                                                       pattern or of your own design.
44. Fret work                                                   PREMIUMS: 1st-$10 2nd-$7.50 3rd-$5 4th-Ribbon
45. Scrollsaw - vessel                                           76. Acoustic guitar
46. Scrollsaw - other                                            77. Electric guitar
47. Furniture, large project over 48”                            78. Drums
48. Furniture, small project under 48”                           79. Rainmakers
49. Intarsia                                                     80. Any item of merit not listed
50. Working model
51. Walking stick                                                        DIVISION 13 - HANDCRAFTED DOLLS
52. Woodburning                                                        PREMIUMS: 1st-$10 2nd -$5 3rd-$3 4th-Ribbon
53. Woodburning with color                                      Open to both Professional and Amateur. No commercially
54. Woodturning-spindle/solid forms including writing           manufactured clothing or accessories will be accepted as any part
    instruments                                                 of the entry and will need to be removed before entering the
55. Woodturning – vases & hollow forms. May include lidded      exhibit.
    pieces                                                      81. Sculpted dolls: polymere clay or other low-temp
56. Woodturning – bowls & platters. May include lidded pieces        cured medium
57. Any item of merit not listed                                82. Stuffed dolls or toys: teddy bears, monkeys, etc.
                                                                83. Any item of merit not listed
DIVISION 9 - Other Media, Original and Creative Work
                      Only-No Kits                                           DIVISION 14 – GLASS WORK
       PREMIUMS: 1st-$20 2nd-$10 3rd-$5 4th-Ribbon                    PREMIUMS: 1st-$10 2nd -$5 3rd-$3 4th-Ribbon
Class:                                                          Open to both Professional and Amateur. All items entered
58. Holiday - Christmas only, any media                         may be from a pattern or your own design.
59. Holiday - other-(NO CHRISTMAS), any media                   84. Blown glass –hollow work
60. Pine needle basket                                          85. Flame worked – solid work (marbles, sculpture)
61. Wreath - swag (must have hangers)                           86. Beads/jewelry – will be judged on glass work only
62. Restoration project - including trunks (project judged      87. Etched glass
     on overall appearance and technique) photographs of        88. Stained glass
    item before restoration should be included for judging.     89. Any item of merit
63. Any item not listed above, specify
                                                                            DIVISIONS (15-29) AMATEUR
         DIVISION 10 – JEWELRY
      PREMIUMS: 1st-$20 2nd-$10 3rd-$5 4th-Ribbon
Entries will be judged on general appearance and originality.                            DIVISION 15
Class:                                                          FAIR THEME - "BARNYARD BALL”
64. Necklace                                                    PREMIUMS: 1st-$10 2nd-$7.50 3rd-$5 4th-Ribbon
65. Earrings                                                    Class:
66. Bracelet                                                    90. Any project of merit
67. Pin
68. Set – 2 or more pieces                                                  DIVISION 16 – CAROUSEL HORSES
69. Any other item of merit                                     PREMIUMS: 1st-$15 2nd-$10 3rd-$5 4th-Ribbon
                                                                Class:
                                                                91. Any size carousel. Must be a carousel – no ceramics
                                                                    or pictures of carousels
         DIVISION 17 – CREATIVE TEXTILE                                                DIVISION 23 – MODELS
      PREMIUMS: 1st-$10 2nd-$5 3rd-$3 4th-Ribbon                   Judging and display set up requires projects to be moved
Class:                                                             after entry. Every precaution will be taken for project safety,
92. Crocheted item                                                 but please insure that your models are securely constructed.
93. Cross stitch                                                   We suggest that models be mounted on a solid base to
94. Decorated T-shirt, sweatshirt, or other wearable item          facilitate safe display.
95. Dream catcher or mandella                                                     NO LEGO OR K’NEX PROJECTS
96. Textile art-tole, airbrushing, liquid embroidery, on fabric            PREMIUMS: 1st-$7 2nd-$5 3rd-$3 4th-Ribbon
97. Any item of merit not listed                                   Class:
                                                                   131. Aircraft
          DIVISION 18 – DECORATIVE PAINTING                        132. Car
Decorative painting on wood, metal or glass surface. Painting on   133. Display (size limit 30”x36”-model to be judged equally with
fabric, canvas or paper is excluded.                                      accompanying scenery and background display)
       PREMIUMS: 1st-$10 2nd-$5 3rd $3 4th-Ribbon                  134. Fantasy (including dragons and fantasy creatures)
Class:                                                             135. Science fiction (includes spacecrafts)
 98. Acrylic – painted from a pattern                              136. Ship
 99. Acrylic – painted from own design                             137. Military
100. Folk Art                                                      138. Any item of merit not listed
101. Painted saw blade – any size or shape
102. Painting on metal - silver tea set, plate, etc.                           DIVISION 24 – PAPER/SCRAPBOOK
103. Palekh painting                                               Scrapbook pages are limited to 2-page layout. Pages must be
104. Rosemalling                                                   connected and in plastic sleeves. All other items are limited
105. Tole painting                                                 to one entry per class. Cards should be in protective sleeves
106. Zhostovo painting                                             for display, but accessible for judging No kits please.
107. Any item of merit not listed                                          PREMIUMS: 1st-$7 2nd-$5 3rd-$3 4th-Ribbon
                                                                   Class:
               DIVISION 19 – DOLL HOUSES                           139. Card – Christmas
     PREMIUMS: 1st-$12 2nd-$8.50 3rd-$5 4th-Ribbon                 140. Card – Other Holiday
Class:                                                             141. Card – Event, i.e. Birthday, Shower, Thank You
108. Complete house with furnishings/handmade                      142. Card – Stamped
109. Complete house with furnishings/kit                           143. Scrapbook layout
110. Miniature furniture, handmade                                 144. Calendar page
                                                                   145. Mini album cover
           DIVISION 20 – GOURDS                                    146. Large album cover
      PREMIUMS: 1st-$10 2nd-$5 3rd-$3 4th-Ribbon                   147. Recipe book cover
Class:                                                             148. Origami – Flower
111. Bird house                                                    149. Origami – fish, bird, animal
112. Chip carving                                                  150. Origami – ornamental
113. Carved                                                        151. Hand made paper
114. Cut – fret work design cut through gourd                      152. Item of merit
115. Sculpture – any style
116. Mask                                                                         DIVISION 25– WOOD CARVING
117. Painted – acrylic, pastel, watercolor                               PREMIUMS: 1st-$10 $2nd-$5 3rd-$3 4th-Ribbon
118. Dyes – leather, ink, etc.                                     Class:
119. Inlayed                                                       153. Animal-realistic and stylized
120. Weaving – pine needle, fabrics, yard, etc.                    154. Birds
121. Wood burning                                                  155. Caricature
122. Functional use– i.e. lamp, bowl                               156. Realistic carving – non-animal
123. Mixed media – use of at least 2 categories on one gourd       157. Holiday
124. Any item of merit not listed                                  158. Relief
                                                                   159. Walking stick
                 DIVISION 21 – LEATHER                             160. Any item of merit not listed
PREMIUMS: 1st-$10 2nd-$5 3rd-$3 4th-Ribbon
Class:
125. Saddles
126. Leather apparel (vest, chaps, hats, etc.)
127. Leather goods (wallets, purses, binders, etc.)
128. Horseman tools
129. Any item of merit not listed

                   DIVISION 22 – METAL
PREMIUMS: 1st-$10 2nd-$5 3rd-$3 4th-Ribbon
Class:
130. Metal sculpture
     DIVISION 26 - WOODWORK, MISCELLANEOUS                                DIVISION 30 – MADE BY PERSONS WITH
      PREMIUMS: 1st-$10 2nd - $5 3rd-$3 4th-Ribbon                                             DISABILITIES
Class:                                                                   PREMIUMS: 1st-$10 2nd -$5 3rd-$3 4th-Ribbon
161. Bird feeder or bird house - completely handmade (no kits)    The intent of this Division is to encourage truly disabled
162. Children's toy (cars, boats, etc. No furniture)              exhibitors. The Hobby Craft Department will accept and
163. Clock                                                        categorize all items entered. If the workmanship of an exhibit
164. Fret work                                                    surpasses the intent of this Division, the item will be reclassified
165. Scrollsaw - vessel                                           to keep competition fair for the disabled exhibitor. Please, no
166. Scrollsaw - other                                            jigsaw puzzle posters. One entry form per exhibitor please.
167. Furniture, large project over 48”                            Class:
168. Furniture, small project under 48”                           198. Holiday
169. Intarsia                                                     199. Textile art
170. Working model                                                200. Jewelry/beading
171. Walking stick                                                201. Any project
172. Woodburning
173. Woodburning with color                                             DIVISION 31–SENIORS 60 YEARS OR OLDER
174. Woodturning-spindle/solid forms including writing            Seniors may enter this Division and the Amateur Divisions
     instruments                                                  NO PROFESSIONALS
175. Woodturning – vases & hollow forms. May include lidded       PREMIUMS: 1st-$10 2nd-$5 3rd-$3 4th-Ribbon
     pieces                                                       Class:
176. Woodturning – bowls & platters. May include lidded pieces    202. Decorative painting
177. Any item of merit not listed                                 203. Gourd
                                                                  204. Holiday
DIVISION 27 – OTHER MEDIA, ORIGINAL AND                           205. Holiday – No Christmas
       CREATIVE WORK ONLY-No Kits                                 206. Working vehicle
        PREMIUMS: 1st-$10 2nd-$5 3rd-$3 4th-Ribbon                207. Woodworking
Class:                                                            208. Pine needle basket
178. Dry or silk flower arrangement – no wreaths or swags –       209. Jewelry/beading
     framed or in a vase                                          210. Any item of merit not listed
179. Holiday, Christmas, any media
180. Holiday-other-(No Christmas), any media
181. Shadow box
182. Wreath – swag (must have hangers)
183. Restoration project – including trunks (project judged on
       overall appearance and technique). Photographs of item
       before restoration should be included for judging
184. Pine needle basket
185. Wall hanging
186. Any item of merit not listed, specify

             DIVISION 28 – TRADITIONAL ART
       PREMIUMS: 1st-$10 2nd-$5 3rd-$3 4th-Ribbon
These items must be made by hand. Store bought candles or soap
will not be accepted.
Class:
187. Candle
188. Candle display (2 or more candles in a secure arrangement)
189. Soap – glycerin
190. Soap – milk
191. Soap - decorated


             DIVISION 29 – JEWELRY
       PREMIUMS: 1st-$10 2nd-$5 3rd-$3 4th-Ribbon
Entries will be judged on general appearance and originality.
                                                                             Western Idaho Fair Crop of the Year:
192. Necklace
                                                                                   Sugar Beet Fun Facts
193. Earrings
                                                                             The Amalgamated Sugar Company LLC
194. Bracelet
                                                                             employs over 1300 employees and an
195. Pin
                                                                             additional 650 seasonal employees and is
196. Set – 2 or more items
                                                                             one of the largest employers in the State
197. Any other item of merit not listed
                                                  WESTERN IDAHO FAIR                                                       DEPARTMENT:______________________________
                                                 5610 Glenwood Boise, Idaho 83714

                                    ENTRY – OPEN CLASS:         Agriculture           Hobby Craft           Culinary                   OFFICE USE ONLY
                                                                Flowers               Photography           Youth                                Exhibitor No.___________
                                                                Fine Arts             Home Arts             Ceramics
 •      Use separate form for each department.                                                                                         Date Entry Received ________________
                                                           Please accept the entries indicated below, subject to the rules and
                                                           classifications governing the exhibit as published in the premium list
Name________________________________________________       or policies of the Western Idaho Fair Board, by which I hereby agree        Professional Entry Fee Paid $_________
                                                           to be governed, and further declare that all statements made in
Address______________________________________________      connection with said entries are true. I hereby release the Western
                                                           Idaho Fair from all damages or loss to or caused by my exhibits.
                                                                                                                                       Date Posted _______________________
City, State ____________________________________________

Zip code_____________ Phone(______)___________________                                                                                        ENTRY DAY TIP
                                                           Owner/Exhibitor must sign.                                               Not sure in which class your entry belongs?
E-Mail_______________________________________________      (If under 18, signature of parent or guardian is required)               Leave that space BLANK on your entry form and fill it
                                                                                                                                    in when you get to the Fairgrounds on entry day!

Dept.      Div.    Class     For Office                             Brief Description of Article                                                                          Entry Fee
No.        No.     No.       Use Only                          (or class wording in Premium Book)                                                                         Prof. Only




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