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									    THE BARRIE FAIR
RETURNS TO COOKSTOWN

     August 26-27-28, 2011
 Georgian Bay Steam Show Grounds
        Cookstown, Ontario




        PRIZE BOOK
        Celebrating 158 Years!
                                     THE BARRIE FAIR COMES TO COOKSTOWN
                                                         August 26-27-28, 2011
    Presidents Message
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    On behalf of the Barrie Agricultural Society, it is with great pleasure that we invite you back to attend our 158 Fair.
    As we continue to work through the planning process for our proposed new location of the fairgrounds in Essa Township, the
    Barrie Fair will return back to the Georgian Bay Steam Show grounds in Cookstown, Ontario.
    As always, we will present agriculture in an entertaining and educational fashion with lots to do for everyone. We will continue
    to focus on fostering educational programs and the development of agricultural youth, through programs such as 4H Clubs and
    Junior Farmers while encouraging partnerships between rural and urban communities.
    It is with great pride that I take this time to thank each and every one of our sponsors, volunteers, Board of Directors and staff
    who make this event possible. A lot of time and effort goes into the preparation of the Barrie Fair and we couldn’t do it without
    your support.
    Looking forward to seeing you all at the Fair!
    Henry VanderWielen, President



                                                     2011 Board of Directors
    Henry VanderWielen, President                    Kelly Hayes, Executive Director                  Wayne Hawke, Director
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     Larry Giffen, 1 Vice President                       Anne Arksey, Director                       Gord Hoffman, Director
    Chauncey Soderberg, Treasurer                         Brian Dunlop, Director                        Larry Kell, Director
   Sam Langman, Executive Member                           Brian Gilpin, Director                      Lynn Kuehn, Director

                                                2011 Fair Committee Heads
       4H Sheep & Open Show                                      4H Beef                                      4H Dairy
     Brian Atkinson (705) 424-2879                             Ken Bertram                                 Dave Schwartz
      Jordan Bell (705) 428-5291                             (705) 322-0225                                (705) 458-9953

         Horse Show Division                               Rabbits & Cavies               Senior/Junior Crafts/Baking/Flowers/Quilts
              Darlene Gould                             Liz Voigt (705) 728-3873                Kelly Hayes: Cell (705)718-8388
   e-mail: crimsonacres@rogers.com                                                       Committee Members: Zelpha Batt, Wendy Ploeg,
                                                                                          Helen Tebokkel, Connie Kistler, Lynn Kuehn,
                                                                                                  Emily Kistler, Amanda Hayes
THINGS TO SEE & DO AT THE FAIR
Truck & Tractor Pull – ATV & Motorcycle Obstacross Racing – Little Ray’s Living Dragons & Giant Lizards of the World
Freddy Fusion – Kids Pedal Tractor Pull – Sport Pony Star Search Championships – Purebred Haflinger Invitational Show
The Stylamanders – Heavy Horse Shows – North American 6-Horse Hitch Classic Qualifier – 4H Livestock Shows – Rabbits
& Cavy Show – Sheep Shows – Poultry Display with Live Chick Hatchings Daily – Farm Pavilion – Senior & Junior Arts and
Crafts – Quilting Demonstrations – Strolling Entertainers – The Desotos 50’s & 60’s Rock n Roll Band – Campbell
Amusements Spectacular Midway Vendors and more....

    DIRECTIONS TO COOKSTOWN


       To Alliston        Hwy. 89
                             Church                  COOKSTOWN                                                       Thanks to:
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                          Club Property
                          4635 Victoria St.                      S              Hwy.400
                          Georgian Bay Steam
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  TABLE OF CONTENTS                                                                      Page
  Presidents Message, 2011 Board of Directors,
  2011 Fair Committee Heads, Map/Directions to Cookstown                                   2
  Barrie Fair General Rules & Regulations                                                  4
  SENIOR DIVISION: HOMECRAFTS/BAKING/FLOWERS
  General Rules Senior Division                                                            5
  Crops/Vegetables/Fruits                                 Department 080                   6
  Home Baked Goods                                        Department 081                   6
  Senior Arts & Crafts                                    Department 082                   7-8
  Seasonal Specials                                       Department 083                   8
  Art                                                     Department 084                   8
  “OAAS” Annual Hand Quilted & Machine Quilted Eligibility/Rules/Regulations               9
  Flowers                                                 Department 085                   10
  Photography                                             Department 086                   11
  Entry Forms Senior Division                                                              12-14
  4H JUNIOR FAIR - LIVESTOCK
  Rules & Regulations                                                                      15
  Sheep                                                   Department 060                   15
  Dairy                                                   Department 062                   16
  Beef                                                    Department 061                   16
  4H Indoor Club Exhibit                                  Department 063                   17
  Entry Forms 4H Junior Fair                                                               18
  JUNIOR DIVISION: HOMECRAFTS/BAKING/FLOWERS
  General Rules Junior Division                                                            19
  Flowers                                                 Department 070                   20
  Vegetables                                              Department 071                   20
  Arts & Crafts                                           Department 072                   21
  Photography                                             Department 073                   21
  Simcoe County Dairy Producers “Poster Competition” Department 074                        22
  Baking                                                  Department 075                   22-23
  Entry Forms Junior Division                                                              24
  HORSE SHOW DIVISION
  Sport Pony Star Search Championships                    Department 050                   25
  Open Horse & Pony Show                                  Department 051                   26
  Invitational Purebred Haflinger Show                    Department 052                   27
  Commercial Ponies                                       Department 053                   27
  Commercial & Draft Horse Show                           Department 054                   28
  Horse Show – Entry Form                                                                  29
  LIVESTOCK DIVISION
  Rabbit Show                                             Department 055                   30
  Cavy Show                                               Department 056                   30
  Rabbit & Cavy Entry Forms                                                                31
  Sheep Show & Entry Forms                                Department 057                   32
        The Angus and Hereford Shows will return back to Orangeville’s Fall Fair September 2-5, 2011
                                       Main Office is located at:
                            199 Essa Road, Unit #6 Barrie, Ontario L4N 3L2
   Mailing Address: PO Box 217, Barrie, Ontario L4M 4T2 Phone: (705)737-3670 Fax: (705)737-2581
E-Mail: info@eventcentre.ca Website: www.barriefair.ca Join us on FACEBOOK for all the latest in updates!
                                Office Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30am-4:30pm
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THE BARRIE FAIR                                                                          theatrical, circus or mountebank performances, attendant or other
                                                                                        persons in charge of said exhibits or shows, and also regulate the
GENERAL RULES & REGULATIONS
                                                                                        huckstering or trafficking in fruits, goods, wares or merchandise on
MEMBERSHIP                                                                              the Exhibition grounds, or within 300 yards thereof, and any person
    1. Membership application forms and information are available from                  who after due notice of such rules and regulations, violates the
         the office. Applications for membership are available January 1st to           same, shall be liable to be removed by the officers, policemen or
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         December 31 of each year.                                                      constables of the said association or society and be subject to the
EXHIBITORS/ENTRY FEES                                                                   penalty described by the next preceding section of the Act.
    2. Each participant must pay a $5.00 Exhibitors Fee except for those            15. It is understood that the exhibitors shall release the Barrie
         entering in the 4H Livestock and Junior Fair Departments. The                  Agricultural Society, its officers and directors from all claims for
         Exhibitors Fee permits the participant to exhibit in as many classes           damages arising from loss or destruction of, or injury to any
         as he/she wishes, subject to an entry fee where required, or where             property such, whether occasioned by negligence or otherwise,
         entries are limited for the class.                                             and the exhibitors agree to indemnify the Barrie Agricultural Society
    3. Exhibitor Fees and Entry Fees must be submitted with signed entry                against all claims or demands of any kind or nature by reason of
         forms. Faxed/E-mailed entries must include VISA INFORMATON                     any loss, injury or damage occasioned by any animal or other
         (Cardholders name, card number and expiry date)                                exhibit, arising from the negligence of injury or damage to any such
LIABILITY AND IDEMNIFICATION                                                            attendant or person in charge, or the property of such.
    4. Exhibitors of animals, machinery in motion, and other exhibits that LIVESTOCK
         may cause injury or damage to persons coming in contact with               16. Livestock must arrive at the specified time as stated in prize book.
         them shall take all precautions to safeguard the public, including         17. Exhibitors when entering the grounds must apply to the Livestock
         but not limited to, guarding their exhibits, providing barriers to             Superintendent whose duty it is to direct them to where their
         protect the public, providing restraints as required, etc., The                exhibits are to be placed and read all papers.
         exhibitor agrees to indemnify and save harmless, The Barrie            BEDDING
         Agricultural Society and its directors and staff from and against all      18. Bedding is the responsibility of the exhibitor
         claims, demands, costs, penalties, fines, charges and expenses         LIVESTOCK AND HORSES – ADMISSION POLICY
         whatsoever resulting from damage caused by the exhibitor and/or            19. (1) Livestock vehicle and driver – Free
         his/her exhibit to any person or persons, animal or property.                  (2) One to three animals – One person Free
    5. The Barrie Agricultural Society will take reasonable precaution to               (3) Four to six animals – Two persons Free
         ensure the safety of the exhibits sent to the exhibition, but the              (4) Over six animals – three persons Free
         owners themselves must take risks of exhibiting them and should                ALL EXHIBITORS MUST ACCOMPANY HORSES OR
         any exhibit or portion thereof be injured, damaged, lost or stolen,            LIVESTOCK OR PAY ADMISSION AND PARKING.
         the Barrie Agricultural Society will give assistance towards the           20. Special rules pertaining to each particular class will be printed at
         recovery of same, but will not be liable or make any payment for               the top of the page or preceding each class, and exhibitors are
         the value thereof.                                                             asked to pay strict attention to these rules, as they will be enforced.
    6. The Barrie Agricultural Society shall not be liable for any loss to an       21. ALL correspondence, requests for information, entries, etc., must
         exhibitor occasioned by fire, accident, condition of structure or the          be forwarded to the BARRIE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY, Box 217,
         negligence of other exhibitors, of officials, or otherwise howsoever.          Barrie, Ontario L4M 4T2 Tel: (705) 737-3670 Fax: (705) 737-2581
    7. Every animal or exhibitor at any show of this Society must be the            22. The Secretary-Treasurer will issue cheques in payment of prizes or
         actual BONA FIDE property of the exhibitor at the time the entry is            premiums by mail. All prize money cheques must be presented for
         made of such animal (except where specifically mentioned in the                payment on or before November 1st otherwise same will become
         prize list), save and except implements, manufactured articles and             the property of the Society. Any errors or mistakes must be
         musical instruments which may be exhibited by agent of the                     reported in writing with itemized statement of prizes claimed before
         manufacturers and all grain, roots, flowers and garden vegetables.             September 30, 2011 or they will not be considered.
         MUST HAVE BEEN GROWN BY THE EXHIBITOR IN THE                               WEATHER
         CURRENT YEAR.                                                              23. In the event of bad weather, with a consequent loss in gate receipts,
    8. No animal or article is to be exhibited in more than one class or                the Society reserves the right to pay a percentage of the prize money.
         section except where specifically mentioned in the prize list.             ERRORS
    9. No person shall be allowed to enter more than one specimen in                24. The society will not be held responsible for any errors, printing or
         any class. This rule is NOT to apply to livestock, but to all kinds of         otherwise, in this Prize List Book.
         grain, seeds, roots, flowers, manufactured articles, etc., in which        25. The Society has the right to expel any animal from the grounds
         case the additional specimens would necessarily be precisely                   provided it is suffering from communicable disease.
         similar to the first.                                                      26. The Barrie Agricultural Society reserves all rights to its grounds and
WORTHY EXHIBITS                                                                         may restrict or prohibit admittance to the grounds to any person or
    10. No animal or articles entered for competition shall necessarily                 group of persons without giving reason of such action and, the
         entitle the winner to a premium, unless deemed worthy for a prize              society may refuse the privilege of exhibiting to any individual
         by the judges.                                                                 without disclosing the reasons for such refusal and, all members,
DECISION OF JUDGES                                                                      exhibitors and others must place animals, cars, trucks and exhibits
    11. Any person who shall attempt to interfere with the judges or                    as instructed by the officials or remove same from the grounds.
         exhibition officials while in the discharge of their duties, or who        27. In order to conform with the Township of Innisfil’s Bylaws and the
         shall afterwards on the premises of the Association use any                    Liquor Control Board of Ontario, there will be NO SMOKING and
         contemptuous or abusive language to any judge in consequence of                NO ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES permitted in any of the barns,
         any award made by him, shall forfeit his right to any premiums to              tents, buildings or on the Fair grounds. Exhibitors/anyone who
         which he might otherwise be entitled and shall be excluded from                does not follow this policy will not be permitted to exhibit; prize
         membership in the Society for one year thereafter. Judges are                  money will be withheld and there will be NO REFUNDS of
         particularly requested to immediately report any breach of this rule           Entry/Exhibitor’s fees. You will also be asked to leave the grounds.
         to the President or General Manager of the Barrie Agricultural             28. LIABILITY INSURANCE - It is the responsibility of each horse
         Society.                                                                       & livestock exhibitor to carry at least 1 million dollars liability
    12. Judges Decision is final.                                                       insurance, certificates to be submitted with entry forms.
ENTRIES                                                                             29. Livestock exhibitors are responsible to maintain the barn/s and
    13. Completing the entry form correctly is the responsibility of the                walkways in a clean and tidy fashion. All garbage is to be placed
         agent/exhibitor, which includes entering exhibits in the correct               in garbage containers – straw only in manure pit. If barn is not left
         class. Exhibits permitted to show that are entered in the incorrect            in a clean and tidy condition, each exhibitor will be deducted
         class will not receive prize money for that class.                             $25.00 from prize winnings.
    14. The President, Vice-President and General Manager have been                 30. ALL Faxed/On-Line Entry forms must be accompanied with a
         duly authorized to enforce Sec. 32, Sub-Sec. 1 of the Agricultural             VISA CARD Number, Cardholders Name, and Expiry date to be
         and Arts Act. The officers of such society or association may by               processed. Entry forms will not be processed without
         the rules and regulations prohibit and prevent all kinds of gambling           payment in full.


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GENERAL RULES SENIOR DIVISION
All Departments


                                   Entry Deadline Friday August 5, 2011
                                       Entries will NOT be accepted after this date

       ENTRY FORMS WILL BE ACCEPTED AS FOLLOWS:
       By Mail                                    In Person                                    By Fax
       P.O. Box 217                               199 Essa Road, Unit #3                       (705) 737-2581
       Barrie, Ontario                            Barrie, Ontario
       L4M 4T2                                    Mon-Fri 8:30am–4:30pm

   1. The closing date for submission of entry forms to the Fair Office is no later than Fri. Aug. 5, 2011 for all general
       classes in this book. Entry forms will not be accepted past 4:30pm on this date.
   2. ALL individual exhibitors must pay a $5.00 exhibitors fee, groups fee $5.00 when completing the entry forms.
       This entry fee must accompany your signed entry form or your entry will not be accepted.
   3. All Exhibits must be placed on Thurs. Aug. 25 between the hours of 3pm-9pm
   4. Exhibitors may only make ONE ENTRY and receive ONE PRIZE only in each class.
   5. Entry Tags MUST be securely attached to the right hand side of the exhibit.
   6. Judging will commence first thing on Fri Aug. 26 at 8:30am.
   7. Exhibits MUST be picked up on Sun. Aug. 28 between 5:30pm-7:30pm. There will be NO EARLY RELEASES.
       Any exhibits removed prior to the closing of the Fair will forfeit any prizes awarded.
   8. Your Claim Check Tag (bottom portion of your entry tag) must be turned in when picking up your exhibits.
   9. Entry Tags where applicable will be processed and mailed to you unless, if you have more than 20 entries in which
       case will be available for pick up at the Fair Office Tues Aug 16/11 to Fri Aug 19/11 between 9am-6pm.
   10. Unless otherwise stipulated, all exhibits must be the work of the exhibitor and must not have been previously
       exhibited at our Fair. Exhibits may not be sold. No advertising or signs will be allowed on exhibits.
   11. Additional rules as listed throughout the Prize List Book for each department must be adhered to.
   12. JUDGES DECISIONS ARE FINAL
   13. The Barrie Agricultural Society has the right to open all entry tags after judging has been completed.
   14. The Homecraft Committee reserves the right to interpret their own rules and regulations.
   15. All prize money cheques will be issued by mail.
   16. All Prize Money Cheques will be made payable to the Exhibitor whose name appears on the entry form and must be
       cashed by the Exhibitor prior to November 1, 2011 otherwise; same will become the property of the Society. Any
       errors regarding prize money must be reported in writing before September 30 or will not be considered.
   17. Each exhibitor placing a minimum of 10 exhibits will receive a 1 day pass when presenting exhibits.
   18. The Barrie Agricultural Society is not responsible for any lost, stolen or damaged items.
   19. Items not claimed past 7:30pm on Sun. Aug. 28 will become the property of the Barrie Agricultural Society.
   20. Additional General Rules & Regulations as listed on page 4 also applies.

                                                     HIGH POINT PLAQUES
                                Plaques will be awarded for high points in the following departments

         High Point Home Cooked Foods        Novice High Point Home Cooked Foods          High Point Home Craft Division
         Runner-Up Home Cooked Foods         Novice Runner-Up Home Cooked Foods           Runner-Up Home Craft Division



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DEPARTMENT 080 CROPS/VEGETABLES/FRUITS                                       Section 0001               Yeast Bread & Rolls
Committee Chair: Kelly Hayes Cell# (705)718-8388                             Prize Money:               $5.00, $3.00, $2.00

RULES:                                                                       CLASS
-Only 1 entry per exhibitor per class is permitted                            1 Bread, White Yeast                                Half Loaf
-All entries must have been grown by the exhibitor in 2011                    2 Bread 60% Whole Wheat Yeast                       Half Loaf
-The Committee reserves the right to refuse any entries                       3 Machine Made Bread                                Half Loaf
-All exhibits to be shown on a plain white disposable plate                   4 Machine Made Rolls, White Flour                    3 rolls
 unless otherwise specified
-All jars to be sealed, no wax please                                        Section 0002               Quick Breads
-Varieties should be named if possible                                       Prize Money:               $5.00, $3.00, $2.00
-Judging is based on quality, arrangement and cleanliness, free              CLASS
 of foreign matter and uniformity where 2 or more items are required          5 Banana Bread (plain)                              Half Loaf
-Exhibits not removed by Sun Aug 28, 5:30pm-7:30pm will                       6 Banana Bread with Nuts & Raisins                  Half Loaf
 be disposed of by the Committee Chair.                                       7 Zucchini Bread                                    Half Loaf
-Additional Rules as listed on page 4 & 5 also applies                        8 Muffins – Banana                                  3 muffins
                                                                              9 Muffins – Carrot                                  3 muffins
Section 0001      Potatoes                                                    10 Tea Biscuits                                     5 biscuits
Prize Money:      $5.00, $4.00, $3.00
                                                                             Section 0003               Fruits Canned/Jams/Jellies
CLASS
                                                                             Prize Money: $4.00, $3.00, $2.00
  1 Potatoes-Red Skin, displayed in a 3 litre basket
  2 Potatoes-White skin, displayed in a 3 litre basket                       CLASS
                                                                             1 Jam – Strawberry                                   8 oz Jar
Section 0002      Fruits/Roots/Vegetables                                    2 Jam – Raspberry                                    8 oz Jar
Prize Money:      $5.00, $4.00, $3.00                                        3 Jam – Blueberry                                    8 oz Jar
                                                                             4 Jam – Rhubarb & Pineapple Conserve                 8 oz Jar
CLASS                                                                        5 Jam – Cherry                                       8 oz Jar
1    Beans – any variety (6)                                                 6 Jam – Black Currant                                8 oz Jar
2    Beets – any kind, variety (3)                                           7 Jelly – Strawberry                                 8 oz Jar
3    Cabbage – 1 head                                                        8 Jelly Peach                                        8 oz Jar
4    Carrots – any one variety (3)                                           9 Pickle – Salsa Sauce                               1 pint
5    Cucumber – English (1)                                                  10 Pickled Beets – Beets                             1 pint
6    Cucumber – any other table variety (1)                                  11 Pickled – Zucchini Relish                         1 pint
7    Cucumber – pickling (3)                                                 12 Cucumbers, Sweet                                  1 pint
8    Onions – Red variety (2)                                                13 Cucumbers, Dilled                                 1 pint
9    Onions – cooking, any variety (2)
10   Onions – Spanish, sweet any variety (2)                           Section 0004 Barrie Fair Special
11   Pepper – Sweet any variety (2)                                    Prize Money:                     $25.00, $15.00, $10.00
12   Pepper – Hot, any variety (2)                                     CLASS
13   Radish – any variety (3)                                            1 Chocolate Chip Cookies                                 3
14   Squash – any variety, over 4 inches (1)                             2 Butter Tarts – Plain                                   3
15   Tomato – Cherry on ripening stem (1)                                3 Chocolate Cake – Rounds, Layered, Iced,
16   Tomato – slicing (2) stems on                                          Less than 12” in diameters
17   Zucchini – under 8” (2)
18   Zucchini – large, over 8 inches (1)
19   Garden Herbs – fresh cut, collection of 4 or more,
     all different, properly named, showed on a container.
20   Watermelon – (1)
21   Vegetable – any other not listed (2)                                                     “CAKE BOSS CONTEST”
                                                                                                 DEPARTMENT 081
DEPARTMENT 081                    HOME BAKED GOODS                                             Section 0005 – CLASS 1
Committee Chair: Kelly Hayes Cell# (705)718-8388                                                  st
                                                                                             1 PLACE – Sponsored by:
RULES:                                                                                      Chula Vista Real Estate
-Open to anyone in Senior Division
-Exhibitors may enter once in each section                                                  “CHILD’S BIRTHDAY CAKE”
-Exhibitor shall attach proper entry tags to each exhibit                                              Made for Diabetic
-Exhibits must be baked by the exhibitors                                                                    Rules:
-Cakes to be presented on a foil covered board                                       Cake must be 8”x8” and in keeping with the
-Exhibits shall be displayed on a suitable plain white                                theme. Judging will be based on taste &
 disposable plates unless otherwise stated                                         appearance. Entire cake design must be edible
-Exhibits not removed by Sun Aug 29, 5:30pm-7:30pm                                  and made solely by the exhibitor. Cake to be
 will be disposed of by the Committee Chair.                                      presented on a foil board with entry tag attached.
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-Additional Rules as listed on page 4 & 5 also applies                               1 place cake will be given to the sponsor.
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                                                                                                       1 Place: $100.00
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                                                                                         2        Place: $50.00 3 Place: $25.00


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                                                                            Section 0002              Quilts – Individual Entry
60% WHOLE WHEAT BREAD COMPETITION                                           Prize Money:              $50, $30, $20
O.A.A.S. – ONTARIO BREAD BAKER CHAMPION                                     CLASS
                                                                              1 Quilt – Appliquéd
RULES:                                                                        2 *Quilt – Cotton Piecework
   1. Bread entry must be solely made by the person entering                  3 Quilt – Fancy Quilted Design
      the competition                                                         4 Quilt – Pre-printed Quilt Design
  2. The entrant must have won the 60% Whole Wheat                                                st
                                                                              5 Quilt – Novice (1 quilt)
      Competition at the local Fair/Exhibition to be eligible to              6 Quilt – hand embroidered with thread
      enter the District Competition.                                         7 Mini Quilt – wall hanging (any technique)
  3. The entrant must have won the District Competition to                    8 Crib Quilt – hand quilted
      be eligible to enter the Ontario Association of                         9 **Crib Quilt – Machine quilted
      Agricultural Societies Competition at the convention in                 10 Quilt – any other technique
      February 2012. The Convention winner will become the
      OAAS Ontario Bread Baker Champion for the year.                       *$25.00 Gift Certificate donated by KNIT & QUILT, 79 Anne St. in
  4. In the case where the winner is unable to send an entry                Barrie will be awarded to the third place winner of Class 2 in lieu of
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      to the convention, then the 2 prize district winner will              prize money.
      be eligible to enter.
  5. PAN SIZE: These are the measurements for the top                       **$20.00 Gift Certificate donated by COUNTRY CONCESSIONS
      of the pan that must be used for the final convention                 1 Dufferin St. in Cookstown will be awarded to the third place winner
      competition:                                                          of Class 9 in lieu of prize money.

         Minimum Size: 8” x 4” x 2 ½ “(20cm x 10cm x 7cm)
         Maximum Size: 9” x 5” x 3” (23cm x 13cm x 7.5cm)                   Section 0003              Afghans
                                                                            Prize Money               $5.00, $4.00, $3.00
  6.     A full loaf of 60% whole wheat bread is required to be
         shown.                                                             CLASS
  7.     District winners must send to the committee by January               1 Afghan – Knit
         15, 2012 their recipe for entry on the card provided and             2 Afghan – Crochet
         the signed “consent to publish” form.                                3 Afghan – Granny Squares
  8.     Exhibit (loaf of bread) must be in a clean, clear, plastic           4 Afghan using any technique
         bag, tagged with the exhibitors’ name, address, and
         District represented using the entry tag provided.                 Section 0004              Knitting
                                  st         nd       rd                    Prize Money:              $5.00, $4.00, $3.00
       Provincial Prize Money: 1 : $50 2 : $30 3 : $20
                                                                            Articles in this section must be hand knitted unless otherwise
       For more information, please contact our Committee                   stated
       Chair, Kelly Hayes-Cell (705)718-8388                                CLASS
                                                                              1 Baby’s jacket and bonnet
                                                                              2 Slippers – adult size
                                                                              3 Child’s sweater, cardigan or pullover, picture knit
 DEPARTMENT 082                 SENIOR ARTS & CRAFTS                          4 Child’s mitts and hat
 Committee Chair: Kelly Hayes Cell# (705)718-8388                             5 Knitted stuffed toy bear
                                                                              6 Store doll dressed in knitted outfit
 RULES                                                                        7 Any knitted article not listed
 1. Only 1 entry per exhibitor per class is permitted
 2. Awards made only to worthy entries                                             “SPECIAL”
 3. Exhibitors must firmly attach entry tags to the right hand side            8   *Adult Sweater, one color, patterned stitch
    of each exhibit. Articles with wrong tags will not be judged.                  *$25.00 Gift Certificate donated by KNIT & QUILT, 79 Anne
 4. Exhibits must be new work done by the exhibitor. Old, soiled                   St. in Barrie will be awarded to the first place winner of
    or defaced articles may be disqualified at judge’s discretion.                 Class 8 in lieu of prize money.
 5. Quilts may be shown for two years. All other exhibits must not
    have been shown at this fair previously.
 6. Additional Rules as listed on page 4 & 5 also applies                   Section 0005              Crocheting
                                                                            Prize Money:              $5.00, $4.00, $3.00
 Section 0001                Quilts – Group Entry                           CLASS
 Prize Money:                $50, $30, $20                                    1 Baby’s jacket and bonnet
 ALL QUILTS READY TO BE HUNG                                                  2 Toque or tam set with scarf and mittens (keep set attached)
                                                                              3 Any article using counted cross stitch
 CLASS                                                                        4 Child’s sweater, any style or Teddy
   1 GROUP ENTRY – Group Quilt Special                                        5 Any article not listed using crochet cotton
     Hand quilted double bed size using cotton piecework                      6 Any article not listed using yarn




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 Section 006              Handi Crafts                                Section 0002              Snowman
 Prize Money:             $5.00, $4.00, $3.00                         Prize Money: $5.00, $4.00, $3.00
 CLASS
                                                                      CLASS
   1 Store doll dressed in sewn outfit
                                                                           1    SNOWMAN – Tabletop Decoration with a rustic theme (1)
   2 Item made from old blue jeans
                                                                                not to exceed 8” high, free standing without support
   3 Child’s polar fleece hat
   4 Costume in Halloween, skating etc. (child size)
   5 Infant’s special occasion outfit, sewn                           Section 0003              Halloween
   6 School bag, sewn                                                 Prize Money: $5.00, $4.00, $3.00
   7 Pillowcases – one pair (embroidered or cross stitch)
   8 Counted Cross Stitch picture (ready to hang)                     CLASS
   9 Needlepoint picture (not cross-stitch) ready to hang                  1    HALLOWEEN – a decorated crafted pumpkin made of
   10 Table runner done in any needlework technique                              grapevine. Not to exceed 12” round
   11 Quilted Cushion
   12 Adult polar fleece hat with matching scarf                      Section 0004              Easter Bunny
   13 Fabric Purse                                                    Prize Money: $5.00, $4.00, $3.00
   14 A barbeque apron sewn
   15 Store bought t-shirt or sweatshirt decorated-adult size         CLASS
   16 Any article using counted cross stitch                               1    EASTER BUNNY – Hand crafted from wood, painted, not
   17 Table runner using ribbon embroidery                                       to exceed 12” x 12” flat or free standing.
   18 Any sewn or crafted item not listed above

 Section 0007             Crafts & Hobbies                            DEPARTMENT 084            ART
 Prize Money:             $5.00, $4.00, $3.00                         Committee Chair: Kelly Hayes Cell# (705)718-8388
 CLASS                                                                RULES:
   1 Stuffed Animal, fabric                                              1. Pictures must be ready to hang (securely)
   2 Stuffed Animal, traditional fuzzy                                   2. Work in class 1-4 must be an ORIGINAL which means that it
   3 Remote control holder made from recycled items                         it is not copied or taken from another person’s work.
   4 Folk art on a recycled article                                      3. An exhibitor may enter up to 3 pictures in each class listed
   5 Tole painting – any other article                                      separately.
   6 Pillow made from recycled clothing                                  4. Pictures including frames not to exceed 900 sq.in.
   7 Handmade gift bag
   8 Handcrafted invitation special occasion or an event              Section 0001              Pictures
   9 Scrapbooking – 1 page 1-side with protective cover
        a.Newborn b.Wedding Day c.Grandparents d.Special Events       Prize Money:              $5.00, $4.00, $3.00
     11 Plastic canvas – one piece only
     12 Bird Feeder of any medium                                     CLASS
     14 Memory Box for school memories                                   1 Oils & Acrylics any picture
                                                                         2 Watercolor & Tempra, any picture
                                                                         3 Pastels or Charcoal, any picture
DEPARTMENT 083             SEASONAL SPECIALS                             4 Any other medium (pencil, ink, etc)
                                                                         5 Pencil sketch approx 9” x 11”
Committee Chair: Kelly Hayes Cell# (705)718-8388

RULES
     1    All items must be of a seasonal theme
     2    All items must be securely assembled for display
           purposes with entry tags attached to the right hand side
           of the exhibit.
      3   Entries must not have been displayed at prior Barrie Fair
      4   Work must not be older than one year
      5   Additional rules as listed on page 4 & 5 also applies

Section 0001              Thanksgiving Special
Prize Money: $5.00, $4.00, $3.00
CLASS
     1    Wreath – any medium
     2    Gift Bag – any medium using fall colors
     3    Thanksgiving table arrangement
     4    Article using counted cross stitch
     5    Outdoor Thanksgiving decoration
     6    Children’s knitted sweater using fall colors
     7    Potholder – autumn theme
     8    Scarecrow
     9    Any other craft with a Thanksgiving theme not listed



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                             OAAS ANNUAL HAND QUILTED CHAMPIONSHIP COMPETITION
                            Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies - Eligibility, Rules & Regulations
General Conditions
    A. Entries must be solely made and hand quilted by the exhibitor, exhibited and judged at a local Ontario Association of
         Agriculture Societies (OAAS) to be eligible for this competition.
    B. Entry quilts must be a minimum of 72” x 90” (smaller quilts will not be eligible to proceed to the next levels of competition)
    C. The winner’s name and pattern to be displayed at the Fair on a sign provided by OAAS.
    D. Judging will occur at local fairs and district levels. A Provincial Grand Champion Quilt will be selected at the Annual OAAS
         Convention.
    E. Upon making an entry into the OAAS Quilt Competition, the Exhibitor agrees to participate in any promotional activities related
         to the competition.
    F. The winning OAAS Champion Quilt will not be eligible to compete in any future District and/or Convention OAAS competition.
Local Fair Competition
    1. Each local fair is entitled to send only the GRAND CHAMPION QUILT (min. 72” x 90”) judged the best show of all eligible
         hand quilted quilts to the District Competition OR If any entry wins GRAND CHAMPION or BEST OF ALL ELIGIBLE
         QUILTS at more than one Fair, the other Fairs at which this quilt was entered and won, should enter their RESERVE
         CHAMPION or SECOND BEST OF SHOW OF ALL CLASSES quilt in the District Competition.
         NOTE: If an Exhibitor wins GRAND CHAMPION or BEST OF SHOW OF ALL ELIGIBLE quilts at other than his/her own fair,
         or at more than one Fair, the Exhibitors must consider the Agricultural Society nearest his/her home address as the one from
         which the quilt will be sent to the District meeting.
    2. An Exhibitor who wins more than one Best of Show title with a different quilt as different Fairs shall be entitled to enter each
         winning quilt to compete at the District Competition.
    3. Local Homecraft Divisions are requested to judge a GRAND CHAMPION or BEST OF SHOW of all ELIGIBLE quilts. As well
         as RESERVE Grand Champion or SECOND Best of Show of all ELIGIBLE quilts.
    The GRAND CHAMPION and the RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION are judged from all first and second prize ELIGIBLE quilts.
District Competitions
    1. Judging quilts at the District Competitions will be the responsibility of each OAAS District.
    2. The first place winning hand quilted quilt from the District Competition is eligible to enter the OAAS Championship Quilt
         Competition at their Annual Convention.
    In cases where the winner of the District First Prize Quilt decides not to enter the Final Championship Competition, the Second
    Prize quilt winner at the District Competition will be eligible.
    3. The OAAS will award a ribbon and prize money of $25.00 for First Place, $15.00 for Second Place and $10.00 for Third to
         Exhibitors of winning hand quilted quilts at each District Competition.
    4. All District entries must be registered on the OAAS Championship Quilt entry Form, returned to the OAAS c/o Kathryn
                                    st
         Lambert, by December 1 for payment of prize money. (Note: Late entry forms may disqualify the District Quilt entry from the
         competition)

                      OAAS ANNUAL MACHINE-QUILTED QUILT/WALL HANGING COMPETITION
                         Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies - Eligibility, Rules & Regulations
General Conditions
   A. Quilt/Wall Hanging must be solely made and machine quilted by the exhibitor, exhibited and judged at a local OAAS Fair to be
        eligible for this competition.
   B. Quilt/Wall Hanging to be measured on the perimeter. Total perimeter measurement to be a minimum of 192 inches or 480 cm.
        Note the article can be square, rectangular, etc.
   C. Judging will occur at local fairs and district levels. A Provincial Grand Champion Machine Quilted Quilt/Wall Hanging will be
        selected at the annual OAAS Convention.
   D. Upon making an entry into the OAAS Machine Quilting Competition, the Exhibitor agrees to participate in any promotional
        activities related to the competition.
   E. The winning OAAS Machine Quilted Quilt/Wall Hanging will not be eligible to compete in any future District and/or OAAS
        Provincial competition.
   F. The winner’s name to be displayed at the Fair on a sign provided by the OAAS.
   G. The Quilt/Wall Hanging must not be quilted using a long arm machine and must be machine quilted by the exhibitor.
   H. Quilt/Wall Hanging must have visible machine quilting.
Local Fair Competitions
   1. Each local fair is entitled to send only one Grand Champion Machine Quilted Quilt/Wall Hanging, judged best of show of all
        eligible machine quilted Quilt/Wall Hangings to the District OR If any entry wins Grand Champion or Best of Show of all
        eligible Machine Quilted Quilts/Wall Hanging at more than one Fair, the other Fairs at which this item was entered and won,
        should enter their Reserve Champion or Second Best of Show of eligible Machine Quilted Quilt/Wall Hangings in the District
        Competition.
        NOTE: If an exhibitor wins Grand Champion or Best of Show of all eligible Machine Quilted classes at other than his/her own
        fair, or at more than one Fair, the Exhibitor must consider the Agricultural Society nearest his/her home address as the one
        from which the Quilt/Wall Hanging will be sent to the District Competition.
   2. An Exhibitor who wins more than one Best of Show title with a different machine quilted Quilt/Wall Hanging at different Fairs
        shall be entitled to enter each winning Quilt/Wall Hanging to compete at the District Competition.
   3. Local Homecraft Divisions are requested to judge a Grand Champion or Best of Show of all eligible Machine Quilted Quilt/Wall
        Hanging as well as a Reserve Champion or Second Best of Show of eligible Machine Quilted Quilt/Wall Hanging.
   The GRAND CHAMPION and the RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION are judged from all first and second prize ELIGIBLE machine
   quilted Quits/Wall Hangings.


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DEPARTMENT 085 FLOWERS                                                     Section 0004              Cut Flowers
Committee Chair:    Kelly Hayes Cell# (705)718-8388                        Prize Money: $3.00, $2.50, $2.00

         All exhibits to be placed Thursday August 25 between              CLASS
         3:00pm-9:00pm.                                                      1     Aster, 3 stems of same kind
         All exhibits must be picked up on Sunday August 28 between          2     Rubeckia – 3 stems
         5:30pm-7:30pm NO EARLY RELEASES                                     3     Dahlia, under 5 cm, 1 bloom
RULES                                                                        4     Dahlia, 5 to 10 cm, 1 bloom
  1   All outdoor potted plants competing for prizes must be owned           5     Dahlia, 10 to 15 cm, 1 bloom
      and have been grown by the exhibitor for at least 3 months             6     Shasta Daisy, 3 stems
      prior to exhibiting. All hanging plants must be ready to hang.         7     Echinacea Coneflower, 3 stems
      No purchased material allowed.                                         8     Daisy Gloriosa, 3 blooms
  2   Have the entry tag attached to your entries before arrival.            9     Gladiolus, 1 spike
  3   In the classes where a specific plant is not called for, please        10    Gladiolus, one colour, 3 spikes
      write the name of the plant on the entry tag, for the education        11    Marigold, 5 cm and over, 3 blooms
      of the viewing public.                                                 12    Marigold under 5cm, 3 blooms
  4   All cut flowers must be displayed in suitable containers. It is        13    Petunia, single, 3 sprays
      permissible to weigh the containers. Do not use expensive or           14    Petunia, double, 3 sprays
      irreplaceable vases.                                                   15    Rose, Hybrid tea, 1 specimen bloom
  5   Deteriorating exhibits may be removed at the Committee’s               16    Rose, most fragrant
      discretion.                                                            17    Rose, miniature, 1 spray
  6   No prize will be given to an entry that is judged unworthy.            18    Rose, 1 bloom floating, with own foliage
  7   The Barrie Agricultural Society is not responsible for any lost        19    Rose, miniature, 1 specimen bloom
      or damaged exhibits.                                                   20    Salvia, blue, 3 stems
  8   Decision of the judges is final                                        21    Snapdragon, traditional 3 spikes
  9   Additional rules as listed on page 4 & 5 also applies

Section 0001               Indoor Potted Plants, Dish Gardens,             Section 0005              Cut Flowers-Collection
                           Hanging Planters                                Prize Money: $5.00, $4.50, $4.00
Prize Money: $6.00, $5.00, $4.00
                                                                           CLASS
CLASS                                                                        1     Aster Collection
  1      African Violet – in bloom, any colour or bi-colour                  2     Chrysanthemum Collection
  2      Columnia, in bloom                                                  3     Cosmos Collection – maximum 7 stems
  3      Orchid, any variety in bloom                                        4     Marigold Collection
  4      Cactus                                                              5     Pansies Collection
  5      Succulent                                                           6     Rose Collection
  6      Dish Garden – collection of succulent and Cactus                    7     Sweet Pea Collection
  7      Green Foliage Plant                                                 8     Zinnia Collection, maximum 6 stems
  8      Ivy – any variety                                                   9     A collection of Annuals
  9      Baby Tears                                                          10    A collection of Perennials
  10     Jade                                                                11    A collection of Hosta Leaves


Section 0002                Outdoor Hanging Planters                       Section 0006              Live Flower Design
Prize Money: $10.00, $9.00, $8.00                                          Prize Money: $7.00, $6.00, $5.00
CLASS
  1 Geranium – in bloom – hanging planter, any variety or                  CLASS
      varieties or geraniums, ready to hang                                  1   “Spirit Lifter” – floral arrangement for a hospital room
  2 Outdoor hanging planter, mixed kinds, in bloom                           2   “Steppin High” – arrangement using a boot
  3 Outdoor hanging planter, Petunia                                         3   “Tea Please” – Arrangement maximum height 8” in a
  4 Outdoor hanging planter, any other flowering kind, one variety               tea cup
                                                                             4   “A Walk on the Wild Side” – arrangement of wild/field
                                                                                 flowers and grasses
Section 0003                Outdoor Potted Plants                            5   “Stand Tall” – single flower specimen with foliage,
                                                                                 container to be considered
Prize Money: $6.00, $5.00, $4.00
                                                                             6   “Back to School” arrangement in a Lunch Box
Note: In classes 1, 2, 3, 7 – only one plant per pot is allowed.             7   “Mini Magic” – miniature arrangement not to exceed 5”
CLASS                                                                            in any direction
  1      Geranium – in bloom – any colour
  2      Begonia, tuberous, in bloom
  3      Coleus, any colour, any variety
  4      Outdoor potted plant, mixed kinds, in bloom, suitable for patio
  5      Outdoor potted plant, mixed kinds, foliage
  6      Outdoor potted plant, petunia
  7      Potted Herb – one variety, properly named, using a non-
         traditional container
   8     Potted Herb Collection – properly named, using a non-
         traditional container
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                                                                             Photography Division Sponsored by:

DEPARTMENT 086 PHOTOGRAPHY

Committee Chair:    Kelly Hayes Cell# (705)718-8388
         All exhibits to be placed Thursday August 25 between 3:00pm-9:00pm.
         All exhibits must be picked up on Sunday August 28 between 5:30pm-7:30pm NO EARLY RELEASES

-All entries will be judged but displayed at the discretion of the Directors/and/or Fair Committees. The B.A.S. is not responsible for
damage to photos.
-Pictures must have been taken by the exhibitor and not displayed at the Barrie Fair before.
-Prints may be made by photo finishers. Digital Photographs may be printed on any computer or printer combination.
-No identity is to appear on the front of the entry. Entry tags are to be attached to the top right hand of the picture.
-Digital photographs must be the work of the photographer, not from a magazine or from the internet and excludes clip art.
- Additional rules as listed on page 4 & 5 also applies



Section 0001 Amateur Black & White – 4x6 prints mounted
Prize Money: $5.00, $4.00, $3.00
Open to anyone who is not a professional
CLASS
   1 Barn
   2 Silhouette
   3 Animal

Section 0002 Amateur Coloured Prints – 4X6 prints mounted
Prize Money: $5.00, $4.00, $3.00
Open to anyone who is not a professional
CLASS
   1     Kids at the Fair                              7         Midway at the Fair
   2     Sunset                                        8         Fall Scene
   3     Sports – person at play                       9         Farm Picture
   4     Farm Animal                                   10        Summer Scene
   5     Horse(s) Competing                            11        Family Pet
   6     Tractor or Farm Equipment                     12        Winter Scene


Section 0003 Advanced Photography
             5x7 Coloured Prints – mounted on a 6x8 white bristol board or white card stock
Prize Money: $5.00, $4.00, $3.00
Open to the amateur or professional photographer
CLASS
   1     Portrait                                      5         The Old School House
   2     Bubbles                                       6         Travel
   3     Farm Picture                                  7         Sunflower
   4     Country Roads

Section 0004 SPECIAL – Age 65+ - Amateur Photographer – Coloured or Black & White
Prize Money: $5.00, $4.00, $3.00
CLASS
   1 One photo 5x7 or smaller (mounted)
      The original photo of your first or favourite
      car that you owned, model of car before 1975




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                            The Barrie Fair                                                                     The Barrie Fair
               SENIOR INDOOR EXHIBITS                                                               SENIOR INDOOR EXHIBITS
                     Entry Form                                                                           Entry Form

           CROPS - VEGETABLES - FRUITS                                                                   HOME BAKED GOODS
                DEPARTMENT 080                                                                            DEPARTMENT 081

                Entry Deadline – August 5/11                                                         Entry Deadline – August 5/11
          Entries will NOT be accepted after this date                                         Entries will NOT be accepted after this date

 Entry Forms will be accepted as follows:                                             Entry Forms will be accepted as follows:
 By Mail:               In Person:            By Fax:                                 By Mail:               In Person:            By Fax:
 P.O. Box 217           199 Essa Rd. Unit 3   (705) 737-2581                          P.O. Box 217           199 Essa Rd. Unit 3   (705) 737-2581
 Barrie, Ontario        Barrie, Ontario                                               Barrie, Ontario        Barrie, Ontario
 L4M 4T2                Mon-Fri 8:30am-4:30pm                                         L4M 4T2                Mon-Fri 8:30am-4:30pm

EXHIBITORS# ___________________            Exhibitors Entry Fee: $5.00               EXHIBITORS# ___________________            Exhibitors Entry Fee: $5.00
                                           (must accompany this form)                                                           (must accompany this form)

EXHIBITORS NAME___________________________________________                           EXHIBITORS NAME__________________________________________

ADDRESS:__________________________________________________                           ADDRESS:_________________________________________________

CITY_______________________ POSTAL CODE___________________                           CITY_______________________ POSTAL CODE__________________

PHONE#____________________________________________________                           PHONE#___________________________________________________

Method of Payment:  Cash         Cheque      Visa                                 Method of Payment:  Cash         Cheque      Visa
Credit Card Number_____________________________ Exp:_________                        Credit Card Number_____________________________ Exp:_________

Cardholders Name____________________________________________                         Cardholders Name____________________________________________

          DEPARTMENT                 SECTION                 CLASS                             DEPARTMENT                 SECTION                 CLASS

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I hereby enter the above at my own risk, subject to the rules & regulations          I hereby enter the above at my own risk, subject to the rules & regulations
of the Barrie Fair. I agree to make no claims against the show.                      of the Barrie Fair. I agree to make no claims against the show.

Signature:__________________________________________________                         Signature:_________________________________________________




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                            The Barrie Fair                                                                      The Barrie Fair
                SENIOR INDOOR EXHIBITS                                                              SENIOR INDOOR EXHIBITS
                      Entry Form                                                                          Entry Form

       ARTS & CRAFTS-SEASONAL SPECIALS                                                                           ART
             DEPARTMENT 082 & 083                                                                           DEPARTMENT 084

                Entry Deadline – August 5/11                                                         Entry Deadline – August 5/11
          Entries will NOT be accepted after this date                                         Entries will NOT be accepted after this date

 Entry Forms will be accepted as follows:                                             Entry Forms will be accepted as follows:
 By Mail:                In Person:            By Fax:                                By Mail:                In Person:              By Fax:
 P.O. Box 217           199 Essa Rd. Unit 3   (705) 737-2581                          P.O. Box 217            199 Essa Rd. Unit 3    (705) 737-2581
 Barrie, Ontario        Barrie, Ontario                                               Barrie, Ontario         Barrie, Ontario
 L4M 4T2                Mon-Fri 8:30am-4:30pm                                         L4M 4T2                  Mon-Fri 8:30am-4:30pm

EXHIBITORS# ___________________            Exhibitors Entry Fee: $5.00               EXHIBITORS# ___________________            Exhibitors Entry Fee: $5.00
                                           (must accompany this form)                                                           (must accompany this form)
EXHIBITORS NAME___________________________________________                           EXHIBITORS NAME__________________________________________

ADDRESS:__________________________________________________                           ADDRESS:_________________________________________________

CITY_______________________ POSTAL CODE___________________                           CITY_______________________ POSTAL CODE__________________

PHONE#____________________________________________________                           PHONE#___________________________________________________

Method of Payment:  Cash         Cheque      Visa                                 Method of Payment:  Cash         Cheque      Visa
Credit Card Number_____________________________ Exp:_________                        Credit Card Number_____________________________ Exp:_________

Cardholders Name____________________________________________                         Cardholders Name____________________________________________

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I hereby enter the above at my own risk, subject to the rules & regulations          I hereby enter the above at my own risk, subject to the rules & regulations
of the Barrie Fair. I agree to make no claims against the show.                      of the Barrie Fair. I agree to make no claims against the show.

Signature:___________________________________________________                        Signature:___________________________________________________




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                            The Barrie Fair                                                                      The Barrie Fair
               SENIOR INDOOR EXHIBITS                                                               SENIOR INDOOR EXHIBITS
                     Entry Form                                                                           Entry Form

                           FLOWERS                                                                            PHOTOGRAPHY
                        DEPARTMENT 085                                                                       DEPARTMENT 086

                Entry Deadline – August 5/11                                                         Entry Deadline – August 5/11
          Entries will NOT be accepted after this date                                         Entries will NOT be accepted after this date

 Entry Forms will be accepted as follows:                                             Entry Forms will be accepted as follows:
 By Mail:                In Person:            By Fax:                                By Mail:                In Person:            By Fax:
 P.O. Box 217           199 Essa Rd. Unit 3   (705) 737-2581                          P.O. Box 217           199 Essa Rd. Unit 3   (705) 737-2581
 Barrie, Ontario        Barrie, Ontario                                               Barrie, Ontario        Barrie, Ontario
 L4M 4T2                Mon-Fri 8:30am-4:30pm                                         L4M 4T2                Mon-Fri 8:30am-4:30pm

EXHIBITORS# ___________________            Exhibitors Entry Fee: $5.00               EXHIBITORS# ___________________            Exhibitors Entry Fee: $5.00
                                           (must accompany this form)                                                           (must accompany this form)
EXHIBITORS NAME___________________________________________                           EXHIBITORS NAME___________________________________________

ADDRESS:__________________________________________________                           ADDRESS:__________________________________________________

CITY_______________________ POSTAL CODE___________________                           CITY_______________________ POSTAL CODE___________________

PHONE#____________________________________________________                           PHONE#____________________________________________________

Method of Payment:  Cash         Cheque      Visa                                 Method of Payment:  Cash         Cheque      Visa
Credit Card Number_____________________________ Exp:_________                        Credit Card Number_____________________________ Exp:_________

Cardholders Name____________________________________________                         Cardholders Name____________________________________________

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I hereby enter the above at my own risk, subject to the rules & regulations          I hereby enter the above at my own risk, subject to the rules & regulations
of the Barrie Fair. I agree to make no claims against the show.                      of the Barrie Fair. I agree to make no claims against the show.

Signature:___________________________________________________                        Signature:___________________________________________________




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                                              4H - JUNIOR FAIR - LIVESTOCK
RULES & REGULATIONS
General Rules & Regulations of the Barrie Agricultural Society shall apply to The Barrie Junior Fair, except as otherwise stated herein.
    1. ELIGIBILITY TO EXHIBIT
         a) Those eligible to exhibit in the Barrie Junior Fair are all those persons, of Simcoe and any other County up to 21 years of age as of
               Jan. 01, 2011.
         b) Livestock show open to 4-H Members and NON 4-H Members
         c) There is NO Junior Exhibitor Fee in the Livestock Junior Fair when submitting entry form.
         d) Entries must be submitted on the enclosed entry form no later than August 5, 2011. NO LATE ENTRIES will be accepted
         e) Livestock must be washed, fitted, clipped & groomed by the exhibitor only on the day of show. Exhibitors not complying will be
               excused from the showing.
    2. HEALTH REGULATIONS
         If any animal is deemed unworthy, exhibitor must remove animal at Livestock Superintendent’s discretion.
    3. ENTRIES
         Completing the entry form correctly is the responsibility of the agent/exhibitor, which includes entering animal exhibits in the correct class.
         Exhibits permitted to show that are entered in the incorrect class will not receive prize money for that class.
    4. EXHIBITS
         a) No animal or article is to be accepted in more than one class or section except where specifically mentioned in the prize list. Exhibits
               shown previously at our Junior Fair are not eligible.
         b) All exhibits are to be selected or prepared and placed by the exhibitor except in the case of Club exhibits, where the Club leader may
               assist in supervising and placing the exhibit. Exhibits not placed by the exhibitor are subject to disqualification at the discretion of the
               Committee-in-Charge.
         c) Eligibility
               i)   Livestock entered in the Conformation, Showmanship and Group of 3 sections must be eligible for an individual
                    4-H project competition.
               ii) Exhibitors are restricted to one entry in the Conformation, Showmanship and Group of 3 Section.
    5. PLACING EXHIBITS
         a) Livestock to be on grounds on the day of the show by 8:00am for Dairy and Sheep, 10:00am for Beef and released at 4:00pm.
         b) Hall exhibits to be placed on Thurs Aug 25 between the hours of 3pm-9pm.
         c) There will be NO EARLY RELEASES. Any livestock or exhibits removed prior to 4:00pm will forfeit prize money.
    6. BEDDING
         Is the responsibility of the exhibitor. No shavings or large bales please.



DEPARTMENT 060 LIVESTOCK – 4H SHEEP                 Committee Chair: Brian Atkinson (705) 424-2879
Friday August 27, 2011 Show Time: 9:00am (animals must be on site by 8:00am)
Section 0001 – Conformation Prize Money: $25, $20, $20
CLASS
  1         Spring Ewe Lambs – Born Jan 01, 2011 – Feb 12, 2011
  2         Spring Ewe Lambs – Born Feb 13, 2011 – Mar 31, 2011
  3         Fall Ewe Lambs – Born Sept – Dec 2010
  4         Market Lamb – Born after Jan 01, 2011 – Under 95 pounds
            *This rule will be strictly enforced

Section 0002 – Showmanship – Age as of January 01, 2010 Prize Money: $50, $40, $30, $20, $10...end of class
CLASS
  1         Showmanship – Lamb Intermediate Exhibitor must be 16 to 21 years of age
  2         Showmanship – Lamb Novice – Exhibitor must be 13 to 15 years of age
  3         Showmanship – Lamb Junior – Exhibitor must be 10 to 12 years of age

Section 0003 – Group of 3 Rosette Class Only
To be pre-entered by 4-H leader. This class is designed to bring out the Inter-Club aspect of the Barrie Junior Fair. Each club may
make only one entry per section and will be selected by the Club Leader.
CLASS
  1   3 Ewe Lambs from one 4-H Sheep Club

Section 0004 – Herdsman Competition Prize Money: $25, $20, $15, $10, $5, $5, $5, $5, $5, $5
To be pre-entered by 4-H leader. All 4-H Clubs are encouraged to set up their stall areas as a distinct club exhibit. Each exhibit
MUST have a sign/banner with Club name and individual signs for each animal. The following will be used to judge the competition:

                     - General appearance              - Courtesy and Neatness of Attendants
                     - Club name and 4-H exhibit cards - Neatness of Exhibit Area
CLASS
  1   Herdsman Competition




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DEPARTMENT 062 LIVESTOCK – 4H DAIRY                 Committee Chair: Dave Schwartz (705) 458-9953
Saturday August 27, 2011 Show Time: 10:00am (animals must be on site by 8:00am)
Section 0001 – Showmanship – Age as of Jan 01, 2011 Prize Money: $50, $40, $30, $20, $10...end of class
CLASS
  1   Showmanship – Dairy Calves Senior Exhibitor must be 15 to 21 years of age
  2   Showmanship – Dairy Calves Junior Exhibitor must be 10 to 14 years of age

Section 0002 – Conformation Prize Money: $25, $20, $20
CLASS
  1     Junior Heifer Calf – born on/after Mar 01, 2011
  2     Intermediate Heifer Calf – born Dec 01, 2010 – Feb 28, 2011
  3     Senior Heifer Calf – born Sept 01, 2010 to Nov 30, 2010
  4     Summer Yearling Heifer – born Jun 01, 2010 – Aug 31, 2010
  5     Junior Yearling Heifer – born Mar 01, 2010 – May 31, 2010
  6     Champion & Reserve Calf

Section 0003 – Group of 3 Rosette Class Only
CLASS
  1   3 Dairy Heifers from one 4-H Dairy Club

Section 0004 – Herdsman Competition Prize Money: $25, $20, $15, $10, $5, $5, $5, $5, $5, $5
To be pre-entered by 4-H leader. All 4-H Clubs are encouraged to set up their stall areas as a distinct club exhibit. Each exhibit
MUST have a sign/banner with the Club name and individual signs for each animal. The following criteria will be used to judge the
competition:
                 - General appearance                - Courtesy and Neatness of Attendants
                 - Club name and 4-H exhibit cards - Neatness of Exhibit Area

Exhibitors are responsible for supplying their own # harness.

CLASS
  1   Herdsman Competition

DEPARTMENT 061 LIVESTOCK – 4H BEEF                  Committee Chair: Ken Bertram (705) 322-0225
Saturday August 27, 2011 Show Time: 1:00pm (animals must be on site by 10:00am)
Section 0001 – Showmanship – Ages as of Jan 01, 2011 Prize Money: $50, $40, $30, $20, $10...end of class
CLASS
  1   Showmanship – Beef Calves – Exhibitor must be 15 to 21 years of age
  2   Showmanship – Beef Calves – Exhibitor must be 10 to 14 years of age

Section 0002 – Conformation Prize Money: $25, $20, $20
CLASS
  1   Junior Heifer – Jan 01, 2011 to May 31, 2011
  2   Senior Heifer – Jan 01, 2010 to Dec 31, 2010
  3   Market Steer or Heifer – Jan 01, 2010 to Dec 31, 2010

Section 0003 – Group of 3 Rosette Class Only
To be pre-entered by the 4-H leader. This class is designed to bring out the Inter-Club aspect of The Barrie Junior Fair. Each club
may only make one entry per section and will be selected by the Club Leader.
CLASS
  1   3 Beef Heifers from one 4-H Beef Club
  2   3 Market Steers from one 4-H Beef Club

Section 0004 – Herdsman Competition Prize Money: $25, $20, $15, $10, $5, $5, $5, $5, $5, $5
To be pre-entered by 4-H leader. All 4-H Clubs are encouraged to set up their stall areas as a distinct club exhibit. Each exhibit
MUST have a sign/banner with the Club name and individual signs for each animal. The following criteria will be used to judge the
competition:
                 - General appearance                - Courtesy and Neatness of Attendants
                 - Club name and 4-H exhibit cards - Neatness of Exhibit Area
CLASS
   1     Herdsman Competition


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DEPARTMENT 063 4H - INDOOR INTER-CLUB                       Committee Chair: Kelly Hayes (705)722-5572

Section 0001     4H Inter-Club Exhibit Prize Money: $50, $40, $30, $20, $10, $10, $10, $10, $10, $10

RULES
 1 Open to any 4H Club in Ontario                                    7  All exhibits will be judged by score cards as follows:
 2 No late entries will be received                                     a) Attractiveness                              25
 3 Each exhibit must include a backdrop stating the topic               b) Simplicity & Effectiveness                  25
    of the exhibit and the name of the club.                            c) Educational Value                           25
 4 It is expected that the club members will place the exhibit          d) Balance & Arrangements of Exhibit           25
 5 Each exhibit will be allowed a maximum of 3 ½ ft of table space                            TOTAL POINTS:          100
 6 Exhibits shall be based on some educational aspect of the         8 Exhibits to be set up on Thurs Aug 25/11 6:30pm-8:30pm
    4H Club project (ie: animals, growing plants, home and           9 NO Early Releases
    family, natural resources, personal growth), and planned         10 NO Entry Fee required for 4H Clubs
    and executed by members and leaders of the club.
CLASS
  1   4H Inter-Club Exhibit




                                              Word Search Puzzle
                                                AT THE FAIR
                           R    E    G   D    V    H   N    I    Z       E   G   R   C   I    S
                           M    P    C   M    T    K   N    D    S       T   I   B   B   A    R
                           P    E    E   L    O    T   S    R    E       W   O   L   F   E    O
                           D    A    E   Z    X    C   O    E    L       D   T   G   S   I    D
                           K    F    V   G    E    H   E    R    P       N   J   A   E   C    N
                           W    E    M   A    Y    G   I    P    P       N   U   N   Z   E    E
                           O    R    E   M    R    A   F    W    A       R   T   S   K   C    V
                           H    M    M   E    S    N   W    R    R       O   T   C   A   R    T
                           D    O    I   S    U    R   U    D    D       L   I   L   E   E    Z
                           D    S    V   W    T    O   C    E    I       H   C   O   W   A    R
                           E    E    P   R    J    C   T    U    C       M   S   W   T   M    I
                           M    I    V   X    M    L   Q    L    Y       Y   D   N   A   C    J
                           F    F    N   F    A    A   K    P    E       E   H   S   E   E    G
                           O    E    P   Q    F    I   S    S    L       H   M   A   O   I    R
                           S    I    M   A    A    C   Y    F    B       M   I   Y   H   P    M
                                             Find the following hidden words:
                                    APPLES – COW – ICECREAM – RABBIT
                                    CANDY – FARMER – MIDWAY – SHEEP
                                    CHICKEN – FLOWERS – PIG – STRAW
                                     CLOWNS – GAMES – PIE – TRACTOR
                                    CORN – HORSE – QUILTS – VENDORS



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                            The Barrie Fair                                                                 The Barrie Fair
                          ENTRY FORM                                                                       ENTRY FORM
                   4H - JUNIOR LIVESTOCK
            Entry to be made by the 4-H member Only
                                                                                                4H - JUNIOR CLUB EXHIBITS
                                                                                                                  Including:
            DEPARTMENTS: 060 – 061 – 062                                                              Livestock Group of 3
                                                                                                     Herdsman Competition
                Entry Deadline – August 5/11                                                          Indoor 4-H Inter-Club
          Entries will NOT be accepted after this date
                                                                                                         DEPARTMENTS:
   Entry Forms will be accepted as follows:                                                            060 – 061 – 062 – 063
   By Mail               In Person            By Fax
   P.O. Box 217          199 Essa Rd., Unit 3 (705) 737-2581                                     Entry Deadline – August 5/11
   Barrie, Ontario       Barrie, Ontario                                                   Entries will NOT be accepted after this date
   L4M 4T2               Mon-Fri 8:30am-4:30pm
                                                                                     Entry Forms will be accepted as follows:
EXHIBITORS #__________________________
                                                                                     By Mail              In Person            By Fax
EXHIBITORS NAME___________________________________________                           P.O. Box 217         199 Essa Rd., Unit 3 (705) 737-2581
                                                                                     Barrie, Ontario      Barrie, Ontario
ADDRESS:__________________________________________________                           L4M 4T2              Mon-Fri 8:30am-4:30pm
CITY________________________ POSTAL CODE__________________

PHONE#____________________________________________________                       EXHIBITORS #__________________________

BIRTHDATE____________________________ AGE_________________
                                                                                 4-H CLUB NAME___________________________________________
                                                                                                 (as of Jan 01/11)
4-H CLUB:_________________________________________________
          (as of Jan 01/11)
                                                                                 ADDRESS:________________________________________________
PARENT/GUARDIAN’S NAME_________________________________
                                                                                 CITY________________________ POSTAL CODE________________

        DEPARTMENT                SECTION               CLASS                    PHONE#__________________________________________________



                                                                                         DEPARTMENT                SECTION               CLASS




Birth Date of Animal: __________       __________       __________
                           Day            Month            Year

Name of Animal:____________________________________________

Registration #:_____________________________________________
                                                                                 I hereby enter the above at my own risk, subject to the rules & regulations
Name of Sire:______________________________________________                      of the Barrie Fair. I agree to make no claims against the show.
I hereby enter the above at my own risk, subject to the rules & regulations
of The Barrie Fair. I agree to make no claims against the show.

                                                                                 SIGNATURE OF LEADER:_____________________________________
SIGNATURE:_____________________________________________




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GENERAL RULES JUNIOR DIVISION
All Departments

                               Entry Deadline Friday August 5, 2011
                                   Entries will NOT be accepted after this date

       ENTRY FORMS WILL BE ACCEPTED AS FOLLOWS:
       By Mail                                     In Person                                By Fax
       P.O. Box 217                                199 Essa Road, Unit #3                   (705) 737-2581
       Barrie, Ontario                             Barrie, Ontario
       L4M 4T2                                     Mon-Fri 8:30am–4:30pm

   1. Children may enter in their own age category ONLY. Where no age is stipulated, that category is OPEN
       to any child under the age of 18. Age will be taken into consideration for judging open categories.
   2. A parent or guardian must sign the junior exhibitor’s entry form together with the junior exhibitor.
   3. The closing date for submission of entry forms to the Fair Office is no later than Fri. Aug. 5, 2011 for all
       general classes in this book. Entry forms will not be accepted past 4:30pm on this date.
   4. All Exhibits must be placed on Thurs Aug. 25 between the hours of 3pm-9pm
   5. Exhibitors may only make ONE ENTRY and receive ONE PRIZE only in each class.
   6. Entry Tags MUST be securely attached to the right hand side of the exhibit.
   7. Judging will commence first thing on Fri. Aug. 26 at 8:30am.
   8. Exhibits MUST be picked up on Sun. Aug. 28 between 5:30pm-7:30pm. There will be NO EARLY RELEASES.
       Any exhibits removed prior to the closing of the Fair will forfeit any prizes awarded without chair authorization.
   9. Your Claim Check Tag (bottom portion of your entry tag) must be turned in when picking up your exhibits.
   10. Entry Tags where applicable will be processed and mailed to you unless, you have more than 20 entries in
       which case will be available for pick up at the Fair Office Tues Aug 16/11 to Fri Aug 19/11 between 9am-6pm.
   11. Unless otherwise stipulated, all exhibits must be the work of the exhibitor and must not have been previously
       exhibited at our Fair. Exhibits may not be sold. No advertising or signs will be allowed on exhibits.
   12. Additional rules as listed throughout the Prize List Book for each department must be adhered to.
   13. JUDGES DECISIONS ARE FINAL
   14. The Barrie Fair has the right to open all entry tags after judging has been completed.
   15. The Junior Homecraft Committee reserves the right to interpret their own rules and regulations.
   16. All prize cheques will be issued by mail.
   17. All Prize Money Cheques will be made payable to the Exhibitor whose name appears on the entry form and
       must be cashed by the Exhibitor prior to Nov 1, 2011 otherwise; same will become the property of the Society.
       Any errors regarding prize money must be reported in writing before Sept 30 or will not be considered.
   18. Each exhibitor placing a minimum of 10 exhibits will receive a 1 day pass when presenting exhibits.
   19. The Barrie Agricultural Society is not responsible for any lost, stolen or damaged items.
   20. Items not claimed past 7:30pm on Sun. Aug. 28 will become the property of the Barrie Agricultural Society.
   21. Additional General Rules & Regulations as listed on page 4 also applies.




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                                             JUNIOR FAIR - INDOOR
Open to boys and girls 16 years of age and under as of January 1, 2011
Committee Chair: Kelly Hayes Cell# (705)718-8388

                                                      SPECIAL AWARDS

        STEWART L. PAGE MEMORIAL SHIELD                                           BARRIE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY
              This plaque will be awarded to the                            A suitable award will be presented to the competitors
          Exhibitor in the Junior Fair Division winning                     obtaining the highest points in Department 000 and 000
                     the most prize money.                                  in the Junior Class ages 10 and under and in the Senior
                                                                            Class ages 11 to 18.

DEPARTMENT 070 FLOWERS

Section 0001      Flowers – Junior – Ages 10 and under                                                  Ages as of January 1, 2011
Prize Money: $5.00, $4.00, $3.00, $2.00
CLASS
  1      House plant – in a decorative pot
  2      Creature made from pine cones
  3      A picture using seeds
  4      Cut flowers, 3 stems, all different, shown in a container
  5      Grow a bean in a cup

Section 0002      Flowers – Senior – Ages 11 to 16                                                      Ages as of January 1, 2011
Prize Money: $5.00, $4.00, $3.00
Note: A container can be a glass jar or bottle or a vase but do not use an expensive irreplaceable vase.
CLASS
  1      House plant – in a decorative pot
  2      Flower arrangement in a small Pumpkin
  3      Cut Flowers, 3 stems all different, shown in a container
  4      A vegetable seedling or flower from seed grown in a pot, which you have started and cared for.

Section 0003      SPECIAL – Open to anyone ages 16 and under                          “Nancy Bumstead” Award for best overall exhibit
CLASS 1           A miniature landscape not to exceed 50cm x 50cm. Could be a garden, school grounds a farm, your favourite
                  place etc. All plant material used must be live. Can include real grass, plants & flowers. Accessories are permitted.
                  Prize Money: $30.00, $25.00, $20.00, $10.00, $5.00 to tenth place
CLASS 2           A Scarecrow – must be 4’ to 6’ high and free standing
                  Prize Money: $25.00, $15.00, $10.00, $5.00, $2,00 to tenth place

DEPARTMENT 071 VEGETABLES

Section 0004      Vegetables – Junior – Ages 10 and under                                               Ages as of January 1, 2011
Prize Money: $5.00, $4.00, $3.00, $2.00
CLASS                                               CLASS
  1      Carrots – any variety – 3                    6          Zucchini – any variety - 1
  2      Tomatoes – Cherry – 1 stem cluster           7          Most unusually shaped vegetable
  3      Tomatoes – any other variety – 2             8          Kooky creature made from vegetable/fruit
  4      Cucumber – any variety – 1                   9          Decorate your own pumpkin – judged on creativity
  5      Squash – any variety - 1

Section 0005      Vegetables –Senior – Ages 11 to 16                                                    Ages as of January 1, 2011
Prize Money: $5.00, $4.00, $3.00, $2.00
CLASS                                               CLASS
  1      Carrots – any variety – 3                    6          Onions – any variety - 2
  2      Beets – any variety – 3                      7          Collection of 4 Herbs – properly named
  3      Tomatoes – any variety – 2                   8          Kooky creature made from vegetables/fruit
  4      Peppers – any variety – 2                    9          Carve your own pumpkin – judged on creativity
  5      Cucumbers – any variety – 1


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DEPARTMENT 072              ARTS & CRAFTS
Section 0001 Junior – Ages 10 and under                                                            Ages as of January 1, 2011
Prize Money: $5.00, $4.00, $3.00, $2.00
CLASS
  1     Creature from Lego/Duplo displayed in a show box (name theme)
  2     Create an invitation to the Barrie Fair (using 8 ½ x 11 sheet of paper folded four ways) not computerized
  3     Decorated picture frame for Grandma or Grandpa (size to fit (4” x 6” photo) – NO GLASS COVER
  4     Mask – Farm Animal – any material
  5     Article made from weaving
  6     Two Paper Dolls – dressed for any occasion with 2 spare outfits. To be displayed in 8”x10” picture frame,
        NO GLASS COVER. Doll kit can be used.
   7    Make a picture by gluing dry noodles to a page 8 ½ by 11
   8    Popcorn Creation
   9    Hand Stitched Goodie Bag made from cloth

Section 0002 Senior – Ages 11 to 16                                                                Ages as of January 1, 2011
Prize Money: $5.00, $4.00, $3.00, $2.00
CLASS
  1     Knitted article (your choice) to be completed by the exhibitor
  2     Design a collage about Agriculture – not to exceed 30cm x 30cm
  3     Build a bird house from a kit or your own work – decorated
  4     Christmas decoration for a Christmas tree
  5     Design tour own CD cover and exhibit it in an empty CD case
  6     Origami
  7     Paper Flowers – homemade – 4 – in a small vase
  8     Rug Hooking
  9     Plastic canvas creation
                                                                       Photography Division Sponsored by:
DEPARTMENT 073              PHOTOGRAPHY


Section 0001 Coloured Prints - Junior – Ages 10 and under                                          Ages as of January 1, 2011
Prize Money: $5.00, $4.00, $3.00, $2.00
Prints must be 4x6 (mounted on a 5x7 white bristol board) Child must bring photo entries in person on day of entry
CLASS                                                       CLASS
  1   Dogs/s                                                  4        Picture of a Car/Truck Wheel
  2   Summer Fun – No water in picture                        5        Exterior picture of your favourite restaurant
  3   Water Fun – Could be a beach, pool,
      waterslide photo


Section 0002 Coloured Prints - Senior – Ages 11 to 16                                     Ages as of January 1, 2011
Prize Money: $5.00, $4.00, $3.00, $2.00
Prints must be 4x6 (mounted on a 5x7 white bristol board)
CLASS                                                       CLASS
  1   Farm Scene                                              5        Barn
      (tractors, barns, landscape or animals)                 6        Camping
  2   Flowers                                                 7        Self Portrait – must be taken by the exhibitor of the
  3   Pet                                                              exhibitor (mirror reflection can be used)
  4   Grandparents


Section 0003 Advanced Photographer - Senior – Ages 11 to 16                                        Ages as of January 1, 2011
Prize Money: $5.00, $4.00, $3.00, $2.00
Prints must be 5x7 (mounted on a 6x8 white bristol board)
CLASS                                                       CLASS
  1   Open – Black & White                                    3        Any Animal – Colour only
  2   Old Barn Door                                           4        Hot Air Balloon – Colour only



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DEPARTMENT 0074 POSTER COMPETITION

Sponsored by: SIMCOE COUNTY DAIRY PRODUCERS COMMITTEE

Any Media on white cartridge paper, approximately 30 cm x 45 cm

Section 0001 Dairy Poster
Prize Money: $10.00, $6.00, $4.00

CLASS 1       Ages 6 & 7 Milk Products
CLASS 2       Ages 8 & 9 Dairy Farming – then and now
CLASS 3       Ages 10 & 11 Technology on Dairy Farms

The first prize poster in each group becomes the property of the Simcoe County Dairy Producer Committee and will be entered in a
county-wide competition.



DEPARTMENT 075               BAKING
Committee Chair: Kelly Hayes Cell# (705)718-8388
RULES:
-Exhibitors may enter once in each section                   -Recipes listed for each age division must be followed
-Exhibitor shall attach proper entry tags to each exhibit    -Recipe must be hand written on a separate sheet of paper
-Exhibits must be baked by the exhibitors                     and attached to the entry tag.
-Cakes to be presented on a foil covered board               -Will be judged based on flavour, texture and appearance.
-Exhibits shall be displayed on a suitable plain white       -Exhibits not removed by Sun Aug 28, 5:30pm-7:30pm
 disposable plate unless otherwise stated                      will be disposed of by the Committee Chair.
                                                             -Additional Rules as listed on page 3 also applies

Section 0001 Junior – Ages 10 and under                                                          Ages as of January 1, 2011
Prize Money: $5.00, $4.00, $3.00, $2.00

CLASS
  1      One purchased cookie decorated to be a ladybug. Displayed on a small 15cm paper plate – edible decorations
  2      Rice Krispie Squares – 3
  3      No Bake Cookies – 3
  4      Using a Hamburger bun, create a farm animal (non-edible items allowed) display on a small 15cm paper plate.
  5      Chocolate Chip Cookies, Homemade 3 – Plain NO NUTS - displayed on a paper plate
  6      Banana Muffins – 3 displayed on a paper plate


Section 0002 Senior – Ages 11 to 16                                                              Ages as of January 1, 2011
Prize Money: $5.00, $4.00, $3.00

CLASS
  1      Chocolate Chip Cookies, Homemade 3 – Plain NO NUTS - displayed on a paper plate
  2      Decorate a homemade Rice Krispie Square to be a kite – on a 15cm white paper plate – Edible Decorations
  3      Oatmeal Cookies – 3
  4      Nutritional Lunch Box
  5      No Bake Cookies – 3
  6      Vanilla Cupcakes, iced with Butter Cream – 3




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                           PLAIN CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIE COMPETITION – NO NUTS

    RULES
       1. Contest is open to youth ages 10 to 15 as of December 31 of the current year.
       2. One class only
       3. Number of cookies to be shown at the local Fair/Exhibition to be determined by each individual Fair/Exhibition

    District Competition
        4. The winner from each Fair/Exhibition will be eligible to enter at the District Competition.
        5. District entry must consist of 8 cookies displayed on a firm, disposable plate.
        6. Cookies must be no larger than 3” (6.75cm) and no smaller than 2” (5cm).
        7. Prize money to be paid by the District

    Provincial Competition
        8. The entrant must be the winner from the District Competition.
                                                                                                         nd
        9. In the case where the district winner is unable to send an entry to the convention, then the 2 place District
            winner will be eligible to enter.
        10. The entry for the District must consist of 8 cookies displayed on a plate provided by the OAAS Chocolate Chip
            Cookie Committee.
        11. Plain Chocolate Chip Cookies, with no nuts are to be no larger than 3” (6.75cm) and no smaller than 2” (5cm)
        12. The entry must be tagged with the exhibitor’s name, address and District represented using the entry tag.
        13. District winners must send to the committee by January 15, 2011 the “Contest to Publish” form signed also by
            parent/guardian.
        14. Cookies will be judged according to the OAAS Homecraft Judging Standards.
        15. Entries will be received in the Ballroom on the Convention Floor between 7:30 to 8:30am on Friday morning of
            the convention. Judging will commence at 9:00am to 9:30am.
                                        st                     nd                  rd
             Provincial Prize Money 1 Place: $20           2        Place: $15    3 Place: $10      12 prizes of $5




          “APPLE PIE CONTEST”                                                      “CHOCOLATE CUPCAKES CONTEST”
   DEPARTMENT 075 - Section 0003 – CLASS 1                                       DEPARTMENT 075 - Section 0004 – CLASS 1
      Sponsored by: Chula Vista Real Estate                                        Sponsored by: Campbell Amusements
                        Rules:                                                                         Rules:
               Open to Ages 16 & Under                                                        Open to Ages 16 & Under
One 9” Baked Apple Pie with the 9” plate label attached to                 5 chocolate cupcakes iced with chocolate icing. Displayed
the entry tag. Must be baked on a 9” baked foil plate                      on a round foil board not covered. Attach hand written recipe
covered in saran wrap only. Will be judged on appearance                   on a card for the cupcakes and icing to the entry tag. Will be
                                                                                                                        st
and flavour. Attach hand written recipe on a card to entry                 judged on taste, texture and appearance. 1 place prize
       st
tag. 1 place prize winner to bake the sponsor an Apple Pie                 winner to bake the sponsor 6 fresh cupcakes and deliver
and deliver it to the fair office on Saturday morning.                     them to the fair office on Saturday morning.
                      st                                                                 st
                     1 Place: $25.00                                                    1 Place: 3 Unlimited Ride Bracelets
                      nd                                                                 nd
                     2 Place: $15.00                                                    2 Place: 2 Unlimited Ride Bracelets
                      rd                                                                 rd
                     3 Place: $10.00                                                    3 Place: 1 Unlimited Ride Bracelets




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                       The Barrie Fair
                                                                      JUNIOR INDOOR EXHIBITS
   JUNIOR INDOOR EXHIBITS ENTRY FORM                                  DEPARTMENTS: 070 – 071 – 072 – 073 – 74 – 75
                                                                      Continued....
                  DEPARTMENTS
          070 – 071 – 072 – 073 – 074 – 075                                      DEPARTMENT               SECTION               CLASS

              Entry Deadline – August 5/11                                13
        Entries will NOT be accepted after this date

 Entry Forms will be accepted as follows:
                                                                          14
 By Mail            In Person                    By Fax                   15
 P.O. Box 217       199 Essa Rd., Unit 3         (705) 737-2581
 Barrie, Ontario    Barrie, Ontario
 L4M 4T2            Mon-Fri 8:30am-4:30pm                                 16

EXHIBITORS #____________________       Exhibitors Entry Fee: n/a          17

EXHIBITORS NAME___________________________________________                18
ADDRESS:__________________________________________________
                                                                          19
CITY________________________ POSTAL CODE__________________
                                                                          20
PHONE#____________________________________________________

BIRTHDATE____________________________ AGE_________________                21
                                           (as of Jan 1/11)
PARENT/GUARDIAN’S NAME___________________________________                 22
Method of Payment:  Cash    Cheque     Visa                            23
Credit Card Number_____________________________ Exp:_________
                                                                          24
Cardholders Name____________________________________________

        DEPARTMENT             SECTION                CLASS               25

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  2                                                                       27

  3                                                                       28

  4                                                                       29

  5                                                                       30

  6                                                                       31

  7                                                                       32

  8                                                                       33

  9                                                                       34

  10                                                                      35
                                                                      I hereby enter the above at my own risk, subject to the rules & regulations
  11                                                                  of The Barrie Fair. I agree to make no claims against the show.

  12                                                                  __________________________           _____________________________
                                                                           Exhibitors Signature                Parent/Guardians Signature




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HORSE SHOW DIVISION
DEPARTMENT 050 “2011 Sport Pony Starsearch Championships” Friday August 26 – 11:00am

CHAIRPERSON:                 Darlene Morton 905/478-4600
                             info@mortonstables.com
                             Website: www.mortonstables.com
ENTRY FEES:                  15% deduction from prize monies
                             A $5.00 exhibitor’s fee must accompany your entry form.
ENTRY DEADLINE:              August 15th, 2011 Fax: 737-2581 No post entries accepted.
                             Each rider/handler must have a separate entry completed – 1 per exhibitor.
PRIZE MONEY
Classes 5001 – 5005………....................................................................................$20/$15/$12/$8/$5
Performance 5007 & 5008……………....................................................................$30/$25/$20/$15/$10

We are pleased to announce that this show is a qualifier for the ROYAL STARSEARCH FINALS. The first place in
each of the 5 in hand classes are eligible to enter the ROYAL STARSEARCH, held at the Royal Winter Fair in
November 2011. Both under saddle classes also qualify for each respective class. Ponies MUST measure 14.2 hands
or under. Passport and registration are not necessary to participate.
Adults CAN ride a pony. Stallions may NOT be handled or ridden by children at the Royal Winter Fair, but may be at
the qualifying shows discretion.
If the first place pony has already qualified at a previous show in 2011 then the second place pony becomes the
qualifier. Once qualified a pony may still show at any of the qualifying shows.

To compete in the 2011 Sport Pony Finals at the Royal an entry MUST be made prior to the closing date and accepted
by the Royal entry department. See www.royalfair.org for entry forms, closing dates, rules & regulations, qualifier
shows & qualified ponies.
The SPORTPONY STARSEARCH is sponsored by CASITRON LTD. The winner will be awarded the perpetual
MORTON SPORTPONY CHALLENGE CUP and a First Edition Painted Pony, kindly given by FIT TO BE TIED.
NORTHAMERICAN SPORT PONY REGISTRY offers a bonus of $2,000.00 Canadian if the STARSEARCH GRAND
CHAMPION is a NASPR registered pony owned by a NASPR member in good standing. The pony must be entered in
its NASPR registered name. This prize will be paid out by the Royal.

This show is used for NASPR year end awards. Go to www.northamericansportponies.ca for application form and info.
For further info please contact Darlene Morton at www.info@mortonstables.com

Section 0001
CLASS
5001 2011 Colt, filly or gelding.
5002 Two year old colt, filly or gelding.
                                                              st   nd
        Junior Champion & Res Junior champion (eligible are 1 & 2 places of classes 5001 & 5002)
5003 Three & over mare.
5004 Three & over gelding.
5005 Three & over stallion.
                               st    nd
Senior Champion (eligible are 1 & 2 placings of classes 5003 & 5004 & 5005)
Grand Champion & Reserve Grand Champion (eligible are Jr. Champion & Reserve and Sr. Champion & Reserve
5006 Progeny of Dam (minimum 2 animals can be owned by different exhibitors)
5007 Get of Sire (minimum 2 animals can be owned by different exhibitors)
5006 Hunter suitability under saddle. Three years & over mare, stallion or gelding.
5007 Dressage suitability under saddle. Three years & over mare, stallion or gelding.
5008 Sportpony suitable for driving. Judged at a walk, trot & extended trot to an appropriate vehicle.
5009 Driven sportpony pleasure. Judged at a walk, trot & extended trot to a suitable pleasure vehicle.
5010 Driven sportpony working. Judged at a slow walk, extended walk, collected trot & extended trot to an
        appropriate vehicle.




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DEPARTMENT 051 - OPEN HORSE & PONY SHOW                                     Friday August 26 – 12noon

CHAIRPERSON:        Darlene Gould e-mail: crimsonacres@rogers.com
                    General rules and regulations of The Barrie Fair as listed on page 4 also applies.
ENTRY FEES:         $10.00 entry fee must accompany entry form.
ENTRY DEADLINE:     August 15th, 2011 Fax: 737-2581 No post entries accepted.
FAXED ENTRIES:      Must include credit card information (VISA ONLY) as indicated on entry form.
                    Fair Fax number is: (705)737-2581
NOTE TO EXHIBITORS: Show management reserves the right to combine classes based on entries.

Ribbons Only will be awarded

Section 0001 ENGLISH DIVISION                                               Section 0002 WESTERN DIVISION
CLASS                                                                       CLASS
 5101 Beginner Novice, Walk Trot                                            5115    Jr. Walk Jog
 5102 Beginner Novice, Walk, Trot, Canter                                   5116    Walk, Jog, Lope
                                                                            5117    Youth Pleasure
 5103 Hack Division, Pleasure Hack                                          5118    Open Pleasure
 5104 Hack Division, Show Hack                                              5119    Best Presentation
 5105 Hack Division, Road Hack
                                                       st
 5106 Equitation, Junior Flat – 14 and under as of Jan 1 2011               Section 0003 FUN CLASSES
                                                    st
 5107 Equitation, Senior Flat – Over 14 as of Jan 1 2011                    CLASS
                                                                            5120    Costume Class, 14 and under
 5108 Suitability Division, Dressage Suitability                            5121    Costume Class, 15-18
 5109 Suitability Hunter Suitability                                        5122    Costume Class, Open
 5110 Suitability Western Suitability                                       5123    Musical Sacks
                                                                            5124    Water Class
 5111   Showmanship Junior Showmanship, 14 and under
 5112   Showmanship Senior Showmanship, 15-18 years of age
 5113   Showmanship Open Showmanship
 5114   Showmanship Junior Best groomed Horse or Pony, 14 and under




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DEPARTMENT 052 – Invitational Purebred Haflinger Show                                             Saturday August 27th – 10:00am
CHAIRPERSON:                Darlene Gould e-mail: crimsonacres@rogers.com
General rules and regulations of The Barrie Fair as listed on page 4 also applies. Entry forms shall include the Canadian
registration number of all horses entered or a photocopy of the non-Canadian registration horse’s registration papers.
                                                           st
Juniors/Youths are under 19 years of age as of January 1 2011.
ENTRY FEES:                 15% deduction from prize monies A $5.00 exhibitor’s fee must accompany your entry form.
ENTRY DEADLINE:             August 15th, 2011 Fax: 737-2581 No post entries accepted.
PRIZE MONEY
Youth/Junior Classes .................................................................................$50/$25 remaining
Breeding Classes .......................................................................................$40/$35/$30/$25/$15/$10 remaining
Performance Classes (single) ....................................................................$85/$60/$50/$40/$30 remaining
Performance Classes (teams & unicorn).....................................................$140/$120/$100/$60/$40/$30 remaining
Performance Classes (4 Horse Hitch).........................................................$250/$150/$100/$100/$100
Section 0001
CLASS
5201    Pleasure Type Fillies, 2 Years and under
5202    Pleasure Type Colts & Geldings, 2 Years and under
5203    Pleasure Type Mares, Geldings, Stallions, 3yrs and up
                                                                       st    nd
5204    Grand Champion Pleasure Haflinger Class (Ribbons only) (1 & 2 from classes 5101, 5102, 5103)
5205    Draft Type Fillies, 2 Years and under
5206    Draft Type Colts & Geldings, 2 Years and under
5207    Draft Type Mares, Geldings, & Stallions, 3yrs and up
                                                                          st   nd
5208    Grand Champion Draft Type Haflinger Class (Ribbons only) (1 & 2 from classes 5105, 5106, 5107)
5209    Junior Showmanship, under 19 (youth)
5210    Open Showmanship
5211    Team Hitched to Wagon
5212    Junior Driver, Team Hitched to Wagon (driver under 19 and must be accompanied by an adult.)
5213    4-Horse Hitch to Wagon (Must be more than one entry to run class)
5214    Unicorn Hitch to Wagon
5215    Three Abreast to Wagon
5216    Single Hitched to Pleasure Cart
5217    Single Hitched to Wagon
5218    Ladies Driving class, Single Hitched to Cart or Wagon
5219    Don McAllister Memorial Class, Musical Wagons
        (This class will use a single hitched to cart or wagon. Entries will drive around the ring at the gait called by the announcer.
        When the music stops, the entry who stops last will be eliminated. The class will be judged by the audience and
        announcer. All participants in class 5119 will receive an exhibitor’s fee of $50.00 and ribbons only.
5220    Tandem Team Hitched to Wagon


DEPARTMENT 053 – Commercial Ponies                                                                Saturday August 27th – 12noon
CHAIRPERSON:                Darlene Gould e-mail: crimsonacres@rogers.com
General rules and regulations of The Barrie Fair as listed on page 4 also applies.
ENTRY FEES:                15% deduction from prize monies A $5.00 exhibitor’s fee must accompany your entry form.
ENTRY DEADLINE:            August 15th, 2011 Fax: 737-2581 No post entries accepted.
PRIZE MONEY
Performance Classes (single) ....................................................................$40/$35/$30/$30/$30
Performance Classes (teams)……………...................................................$60/$50/$40-remaining
Performance Classes (3, 4 & 6 Horse Hitch)................................................$125/$100/$75-remaining
Ponies not to exceed 50”. Must be hitched to a four wheeled wagon
Must wear draft type harness, collars and hames. Manes to be rolled, tails optional.
Section 0001
CLASS
5301    Single Tandem open to Draft or Commercial                                      5306       Team Commercial Ponies
5302    Single Draft Pony                                                              5307       Unicorn Draft or Commercial Ponies
5303    Single Commercial Pony                                                         5308       Four Pony Hitch Draft or Commercial
5304    Lady Driver with Single Pony Draft or Commercial                               5309       Six Pony Hitch Draft or Commercial
5305    Team Draft Ponies                                                              5310       Three Abreast Hitch




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DEPARTMENT 054 – Commercial & Draft Horse Show                                            Sunday August 28th – 9:00am
CHAIRPERSON:                 Neil Mackay
General rules and regulations of The Barrie Fair as listed on page 4 also applies.
Entries limited to two exhibits per class per exhibitor.
ENTRY FEES:                  15% deduction from prize monies. $5.00 exhibitor’s fee must accompany entry form.
ENTRY DEADLINE:              August 15th, 2011 Fax: 737-2581 No post entries accepted.
FAXED ENTRIES: Must include credit card information (VISA ONLY) as indicated on entry form. Fair Fax number is: (705)737-2581
NOTE TO EXHIBITORS: Show management reserves the right to combine classes based on entries. We will start at 9:00am
sharp. Fifth place prize monies will be paid out to balance of class unless noted separately.


PRIZE MONEY
Line Classes ...............................................................................................$30/$20/$15-Remaining
Single Hitch Classes...................................................................................$40/$30/$20-Remaining
Teams & Tandems………….. ....................................................................$60/$55/$50-Remaining
Unicorns & Troikia………………………......................................................$100/$80/$70/$60-Remaining
4 Horse Hitch…………………………..........................................................$150/$125/$100/$90/$80
Commercial 6 Horse Hitch………………………………………………………$200/$100-Remaining
6 Horse Hitch Classic……………………………………………………………Minimum $2,500.00 prize money paid out.



Section 0001 BELGIAN Classes                                                  Section 0005 PERFORMANCE DIVISION
1001    Current year foals, 2011                                              2001    Champion Junior Youth Showman, under 14 years of
1002    Yearlings, fillies, colts, geldings                                           age (must have shown in the breed division prior
1003    Two year old, fillies, colts, geldings                                        to this class to qualify)
1004    Broodmares                                                            2002    Champion Senior Youth Showman (must have
                                                                                                 st    nd
1005    Three years and over, yeld mares & geldings                                   finished 1 or 2 in the breed division to qualify for
1006    Youth showmanship, 18 and under                                               this class)
1007    Open showmanship                                                      2003    Belgian horse, hitched to single cart
1008    Grand Champion & Reserve Belgian                                      2004    Clydesdale horse, hitched to single cart
          st
        (1 from 1001 – 1005 classes)                                          2005    Percheron horse, hitched to single cart
Section 0002 CLYDESDALE Classes                                               2006    Commercial horse, single
                                                                              2007    Draft horse, lady driver cart
1009    Current year foals, 2011
                                                                              2008    Commercial horse team, lady driver
1010    Yearlings, fillies, colts, geldings
                                                                              2009    Draft horse, junior driver to cart, 18 & under
1011    Two year old, fillies, colts, geldings
                                                                              2010    Commercial horse, tandem
1012    Broodmares
                                                                              2011    Draft horse, Belgian team
1013    Three years and over, yeld mares & geldings
                                                                              2012    Commercial horse, light team
1014    Youth showmanship, 18 and under
                                                                              2013    Draft horse, Clydesdale team
1015    Open showmanship
                                                                              2014    Commercial Team, Junior Driver
1016    Grand Champion & Reserve Clydesdale
          st                                                                  2015    Draft horse, Percheron team
        (1 from 1009 – 1013 classes)
                                                                              2016    Commercial horse, heavy team
Section 0003 PERCHERON Classes                                                2017    Draft horse, Team of registered mares, any breed
1017    Current year foals, 2011                                              2018    Commercial horse, 4 Horse Hitch
1018    Yearlings, fillies, colts, geldings                                   2019    Draft horse, Unicorn
1019    Two year old, fillies, colts, geldings                                2020    Commercial horse, Unicorn
1020    Broodmares                                                            2021    Draft horse, 4 horse hitch
1021    Three years and over, yeld mares & geldings                           2022    Commercial horse, 6 Horse Hitch
1022    Youth showmanship, 18 and under                                       2023    North American 6-horse Hitch Classic Qualifier
1023    Open showmanship                                                              $750/$500/$400/$350/$300/$250/$200/$100-balance
1024    Grand Champion & Reserve Percheron                                            Sponsored by: SCOTIABANK
          st
        (1 from 1017 – 1021 classes)                                          2024    Commercial Troika, Hitch
Section 0004 COMMERCIAL Horses Classes
1025    Current year foals, 2011
1026    Yearlings, fillies, colts, geldings
1027    Two year old, fillies, colts, geldings
1028    Broodmares
1029    Three years and over, yeld mares & geldings
1030    Youth showmanship, 18 and under
1031    Champion & Reserve Commercial Horse
          st
        (1 from 1025 – 1029 classes)

          Champion from each breed division
1032      Grand Champion Draft Horse 2011 Fair



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                                                     THE BARRIE FAIR
                                                 HORSE SHOW ENTRY FORM
                                                 ENTRIES CLOSE AUGUST 15TH

Name: *____________________________________________________________________________________

Address:__________________________________________________________________________________

City:____________________________________________ Postal Code:_______________________________

Telephone #:_____________________________________ Cell #:_____________________________________

E-Mail Address:________________________________

Credit Card #: (VISA ONLY)_________________________________________________ Exp.Date_________

*Prize Cheques will be made payable to the person’s name as it appears above.
Department        Section       Class                   Registered Name & Registration Number                               Handler/Rider




Insurance Co:_________________________________________Policy Number:______________________________

ENTRY FEES: 15% deduction from prize monies. A $5.00 exhibitor’s fee must accompany this entry form.

                                                            WAIVER DECLARATION
In consideration of the undersigned being permitted to participate in any of the events sanctioned by the Barrie Agricultural Society the
undersigned shall save harmless and keep indemnified the Barrie Agricultural Society, its sponsors, it’s officers, agents, officials, organisers
and representatives from against all claims, actions, demands and expenses whatsoever concerning death, injury, loss or damage to the
undersigned by virtue of his/her participation in said events howsoever caused and regardless of whether same may have been contributed
to or occasioned by the negligence of the said bodies, or any of them, their agents, organisers, officials or representatives , and each of the
last mentioned parties shall be deemed to be a party to this agreement as if the Barrie Fair & Horse Show were acting as each party’s agent
or trustee. The Barrie Agricultural Society and the Show Committee will not be responsible for any accident, injury, damage, loss of or for
any other matter that may happen from any cause or circumstance whatsoever, to exhibitors, competitors, members of their families or their
agents or to any property brought to the horse show grounds or for any loss claim, matter, circumstance or event whatever in connection
with or arising out of or attributable to the horse show or any journey to or from the show. It is hereby recognized that all equestrian sports
involve inherent risk and that no helmet or protective equipment can protect against all foreseeable injury. I hereby accept this risk and hold
harmless The Barrie Agricultural Society, the competition, their officials, organizers, agents, employees and their representatives.
It is understood and agreed this agreement is to be binding on myself, my heirs, executors and assigns and that I have read and fully
comprehended this agreement.
I also hereby certify that every horse and rider is eligible as entered, and agree for myself and my representative to be bound by the
constitution and rules of this show.

Signature of Exhibitor_____________________________________________________________ Date:______________________

Signature of Guardian For Junior Exhibitor    __________________________________________ Date:______________________


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                                                   RABBITS & CAVIES
                                                 Sunday August 28, 2011

DEPARTMENT 055 – RABBIT SHOW – A Dominion Rabbit & Cavy Sweepstakes Show

Committee Chair: Elizabeth Voigt (705) 728-3873 email: evoigt@rogers.com Judges: Wendy Fletcher–Kim Mandley–Linda Mason
Committee:       Sandra Chubb, Carole Gordon, Debbie Bronee, Linda Mason, Sue Needle, Kevin Needle
ENTRY DEADLINE: August 20, 2011, after this date, please call the Committee Chair: Elizabeth Voigt evoigt@rogers.com
Exhibitors Fee:        $5.00
Entry Fee:             $2.50 per rabbit $2.50 per cavy (payment in full must accompany your entry form)
- Exhibits should arrive by 8:30am for a 9:00am SHARP judging. Entries will be released at 5:00pm.
- Sick animals will be removed and eliminated from judging and exhibitor will forfeit entry and exhibitor fees.
-Additional Rules & Regulations as listed on page 3 also applies

BREED – UTILITY “Elizabeth Voigt Award” for Best Utility Rabbit
Each Section will be divided into 6 classes: PLEASE list BREED & COLOR on your Entry Form
CLASS 1: Sr. Buck CLASS 2: Sr. Doe CLASS 3: Int. Buck CLASS 4: Int. Buck CLASS 5: Jr. Buck           CLASS 6: Jr. Doe

SECTION                                       SECTION                                  SECTION
0001 Californian                              0007 French Lop – Broken                 0013 Utility AOSB*
0002 Champagne Argente                        0008 New Zealand – White                      (State Breed and Colour)
0003 Checkered Giant                          0009 New Zealand – AOC**                 0014 Utility Doe & Litter
0004 Flemish Giant – Sandy                    0010 Satin – White                            (State Breed)
0005 Flemish giant – AOC**                    0011 Satin – AOC**                       0015 Meat Pen
0006 French Lop – Solid                       0012 Satin – Broken                           (3 animals max 5 lbs each)
Utility Classes – over 8 months = SR, 6-8 months = INT, under 6 months = JR
*AOSB=any other standard breed **AOC Any other colour

BREED – FANCY
Each Section will be divided into 4 classes: PLEASE list BREED & COLOR on your Entry Form
CLASS 1: Sr. Buck      CLASS 2: Sr. Doe          CLASS 3: Jr. Buck      CLASS 4: Jr. Doe
SECTION                                       SECTION                                  SECTION
0016  American Sable                          0029  Harlequin                          0041  Netherland Dwarf-Self
0017  Angora-English-White                    0030  Holland Lop-Solid                  0042  Netherland Dwarf-Agouti
0018  Angora-English-Coloured                 0031  Holland Lop-Broken                 0043  Netherland Dwarf-Shaded
0019  Angora-English-Broken                   0032  Jersey Wooly-Solid                 0044  Netherland Dwarf-Tan Pattern
0020  Angora-French-White                     0033  Jersey Wooly-Broken                0045  Netherland Dwarf-AOC
0021  Angora-French-Coloured                  0033a Lionhead                           0046  Polish-Solid
0022  Angora-German                           0034  Mini Lop-Solid                     0047  Polish Broken
0023  Dutch-Black or Blue                     0035  Mini Lop-Broken                    0048  Rex-Solid
0024  Dutch – AOC**                           0036  Mini Rex-Self                      0049  Rex-Broken
0025  Dwarf Hotot                             0037  Mini Rex-Agouti                    0050  Tan
0026  Florida White                           0038  Mini Rex-Shaded                    0051  Fancy-AOSB****
0027  Fuzzy Lop-Solid                         0039  Mini Rex-Marked                          (State Breed & Colour)
0028  Fuzzy Lop-Broken                        0040  Mini Rex-Broken/Tri                0052  Fancy Doe & Litter (State Breed)

Fancy Classes have a 6 month Split/over 6 months = SR under 6 months = JR
**AOC Any other colour ****AOSB Any other standard breed

DEPARTMENT 056 OPEN CAVY SHOW - A Dominion Rabbit & Cavy Sweepstakes Show
Each Section will be divided into 6 classes: PLEASE list BREED & COLOR on your Entry Form
CLASS 1: Sr. Boar   CLASS 2: Sr. Sow CLASS 3: Int. Boar CLASS 4: Int. Sow       CLASS 5: Jr. Boar    CLASS 6: Jr. Sow
SECTION                                       SECTION                                  SECTION
0053  Abyssinian (state colour)               0059  Satin Peruvian (state colour)      0065  Satin Teddy (state colour)
0054  Satin Abyssinian (state colour)         0060  Smooth Coat (state colour)         0066  Texel (state colour)
0055  Boucle (state colour)                   0061  Satin smooth coat (state colour)   0067  AOSB*** (state breed and colour)
0056  Coronet (state colour)                  0062  Silkie (state colour)              0068  Rare Breeds (state breed)
0057  Crested (state colour)                  0063  Satin Silkie (state colour)        0069  Sow & Litter (state breed)
0058  Peruvian (state colour)                 0064  Teddy (state colour)               0070  *NEW CLASS* Merino (state colour)
Cavy Classes – over 6 months = SR,      4-6 months = INT, Under 4 months = JR ***AOSB Any other standard breed

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                            The Barrie Fair                                                                     The Barrie Fair
        LIVESTOCK EXHIBITS ENTRY FORM                                                       LIVESTOCK EXHIBITS ENTRY FORM

                  RABBITS                                                                               CAVIES
          DEPARTMENT 055 – OPEN SHOW                                                           DEPARTMENT 056 – OPEN SHOW
            A Dominion Rabbit & Cavy Sweepstake Show                                             A Dominion Rabbit & Cavy Sweepstake Show
               Entry Deadline – August 20/11                                                       Entry Deadline – August 20/11
       After this date please call the Committee Chair                                     After this date please call the Committee Chair
  Elizabeth Voigt (705)728-3873 email:evoigt@rogers.com                               Elizabeth Voigt (705)728-3873 email:evoigt@rogers.com
 Entry Forms will be accepted as follows:                                             Entry Forms will be accepted as follows:
 By Mail:              In Person:            By Fax:                                  By Mail:              In Person:            By Fax:
 P.O. Box 217          199 Essa Rd. Unit 3   (705) 737-2581                           P.O. Box 217          199 Essa Rd. Unit 3   (705) 737-2581
 Barrie, Ontario       Barrie, Ontario                                                Barrie, Ontario       Barrie, Ontario
 L4M 4T2               Mon-Fri 8:30am-4:30pm                                          L4M 4T2               Mon-Fri 8:30am-4:30pm

EXHIBITORS# ___________________            Exhibitors Entry Fee: $5.00               EXHIBITORS# ___________________            Exhibitors Entry Fee: $5.00
                                           (must accompany this form)                                                           (must accompany this form)

EXHIBITORS NAME___________________________________________                           EXHIBITORS NAME_________________________________________

ADDRESS:__________________________________________________                           ADDRESS:_________________________________________________

CITY_______________________ POSTAL CODE___________________                           CITY_______________________ POSTAL CODE__________________

PHONE#____________________________________________________                           PHONE#___________________________________________________

  Department 055 - Entry Fee: $2.50/Rabbit                                            Department 056 - Entry Fee: $2.50/Cavy

   SECTION             CLASS                BREED & COLOUR                               SECTION            CLASS              BREED & COLOUR




        _______ Rabbits @ $2.50 each =$_____________                                    ______ Cavies @ $2.50 each =                    $_____________
                         Plus Exhibitors Fee $                 __ 5.00                                        Plus Exhibitors Fee $                 __ 5.00
                                  TOTAL DUE: $_____________                                                            TOTAL DUE: $_____________
Method of Payment:  CASH             CHEQUE          Visa                         Method of Payment:  CASH             CHEQUE          Visa

Cardholders Name________________________________                                     Cardholders Name_______________________________
Credit Card Number_______________________________                                    Credit Card Number______________________________
Expiry Date of Credit Card__________________________                                 Expiry Date of Credit Card_________________________
I hereby enter the above at my own risk, subject to the rules & regulations          I hereby enter the above at my own risk, subject to the rules & regulations
of The Barrie Fair. I agree to make no claims against the show.                      of The Barrie Fair. I agree to make no claims against the show.

Signature:___________________________________________________                        Signature:___________________________________________________




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                                                                                             The Barrie Fair
DEPARTMENT 057 SHEEP                                                     LIVESTOCK EXHIBITS ENTRY FORM
Committee:        Brian Atkinson (705) 424-2879                                          SHEEP SHOW
                  Jordan Bell (705) 428-5291                                            DEPARTMENT 057
SHOW DATE:                   Friday August 26, 2011
SHOW TIME:                   9:00am                                              Entry Deadline – August 5/11
Sheep Arrival Time:          Prior to 8:00am                               Entries will NOT be accepted after this date
Sheep Departure Time:        4:30pm-on
                                                                                Entry Forms will be accepted as follows:
Entry Fee:                   $3.00 per sheep (payment must
                             accompany your entry form)           By Mail:              In Person:            By Fax:
Exhibitors Fee:              $5.00 (payment must accompany        P.O. Box 217          199 Essa Rd. Unit 3   (705) 737-2581
                             your entry form)                     Barrie, Ontario        Barrie, Ontario
                                                                  L4M 4T2               Mon-Fri 8:30am-4:30pm
Entry Deadline:              Friday August 5, 2011

RULES:                                                           EXHIBITORS# ___________________            Exhibitors Entry Fee: $5.00
                                                                                                            (must accompany this form)
1. An exhibitor may enter and show a max. of 2 breeds.
2. An exhibitor may enter two animals per class in a             EXHIBITORS NAME___________________________________________
   maximum of 2 classes.
3. In the event that there are not 10 animals or two             ADDRESS:__________________________________________________
   exhibitors showing in a breed, the breed may, at the          CITY_______________________ POSTAL CODE___________________
   discretion of the committee be shown in class 6.
4. In addition, 10% of all prize monies over $20.00              PHONE#____________________________________________________
   will be deducted.                                               Department 057 - Entry Fee: $3.00/sheep
                    st         nd     rd     th
PRIZE MONEY: 1 -$60, 2 -$50, 3 -$45, 4 -$40,                        SECTION             CLASS                NAME OF ANIMAL
                   th      th      th       th
                  5 -$35, 6 -$30, 7 -$25, 8 -$20
                                            th
All group classes’ prize money paid out to 4 place

Section 0001      Dorsets
Section 0002      Suffolks
Section 0003      Southdowns
Section 0004      Hampshires
Section 0005      Any other Breed – Long Wool
Section 0006      Any other Breed – Short Wool
Section 0007      North Country Cheviot
Section 0008      Oxford

CLASS 1 Yearling Ewe
          rd
        (3 pair of temporary incisors must be in place)
CLASS 2 Ewe Lamb
          st
        (1 pair of temporary incisors must be in place)
CLASS 3 Yearling Ram
          rd
        (3 pair of temporary incisors must be in place)                   _______ Sheep @ $3.00 each = $_____________
CLASS 4 Ram Lamb                                                                          Plus Exhibitors Fee $                 __ 5.00
          st
        (1 pair of temporary incisors must be in place)
                                                                                                   TOTAL DUE: $_____________
CLASS 5 Get of Sire (group of three animals – full
                                                                 Method of Payment:  CASH             CHEQUE          Visa
        mouth milk teeth, by the same sire. Both
        sexes may be represented. All animals in a               Cardholders Name________________________________
        Get of Sire must be of one breed.
                                                                 Credit Card Number_______________________________
CLASS 6 Breeders Flock (bred and owned by exhibitor,
                                                                 Expiry Date of Credit Card__________________________
        a group of 4 animals, both sexes must be
        represented. Each animal in the group must               I hereby enter the above at my own risk, subject to the rules & regulations
        have been exhibited in one of the preceding              of The Barrie Fair. I agree to make no claims against the show.
        classes. All animals in a group to be of one             Signature:___________________________________________________
        breed.
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