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Final changes are being made but here is the latest draft

as of July 19, 2021



ENTRY FORM DEADLINE: Friday, July 23, 2021

EXHIBITOR ’S ENTRY DATE: All non-livestock projects (except Educational Displays) must be in place between 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. Thursday, August 5. All livestock projects must be in place by 8 a.m. Friday, August 6. Educational Displays must be in place by 10:30 a.m. Friday, August 6. Entries brought after this time cannot be judged.

ENTRY FEE: $5.00 per member for each section **No fee for the 4-H Educational displays or 4-H Virtual Costume Classes and are rewarded according to their respective sections in the Prize Book**

(A member with 2 dogs would pay $5 but a member with one dog and one sheep would pay $10). Please use a separate entry form for each type of project.

PRIZE MONEY: Members participating in Sections A – M will receive $14.00 per section. Members must participate in showmanship competition in applicable sections to be eligible for prize money.

Note: Young Farmers are not associated with 4-H. Further information can be found with the Open Livestock information on the Prize Book page.


Overnight parking is permitted Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

There will be an automatic $5.00 entry fee per member for each section, sections A-M. You will need to go to Misc. Items and manually apply the ADDITIONAL 4-H ENTRY FEE ($5.00) only if you enter in more than one class within the 4-H section. (A member with 2 dogs would only pay $5.00 but a member entering with one dog and with one sheep would need to pay $10.00. If a member enters a livestock section and a non-livestock section they would need to pay $10.00. If a member enters two non-livestock Crafts and Gardening, they would need to pay $10.00.) If the ADDITIONAL 4-H ENTRY FEE is not paid, the additional livestock or non-livestock entry will not be entered into the fair and only the 1st one will be. You will be contacted to be reminded to pay this fee, if we find errors.

When submitting for the Virtual Costume Class, please UPLOAD A FILE, and enter a description about the piece. Any entries without a file uploaded will not be entered into the competition.

We are happy to help so for more information please contact, info@chilliwackfair.com or call 604-824-8191.


• Entries will be accepted on a first come basis until accommodations are full. Early entries are advisable.

• Awards will be presented to Junior, Intermediate, and Senior Champion and Reserve Champion Showman in most 4-H Sections.

All exhibitors, including 4-H members, are bound by the Rules and Regulations, see Notice to Exhibitors. Exhibitors and 4-H members should read and become familiar with them.

1. Open to members of all 4-H clubs recognized by the B.C. Provincial 4-H Council.

2. All exhibits must remain until release time at 5 p.m. Sunday. 4-H clubs from outside the Fraser Valley may be released earlier only by written request at time of entry.

3. B.C. Provincial 4-H Council rules apply.

4. Each project must be entered on a separate entry form with a cheque attached to each entry form.

5. There must be at least 4 members entered in one project to have a competition for that project. If there are fewer than 4 members, those members are welcome to display their project and participate in 4-H events.

6. Entries may be checked for proper identification.

7. Showmanship competition – showmanship will be judged Danish system. Exhibitors to use their own 4-H project animal in the competition. Judging is to be done on the basis of: 70% – showing, 20% – conditioning, 10% – appearance of handler. It’s understood that all three placings should be used where possible, but final decision is at the discretion of the judge.

8. Project Competition – a member is only eligible to take part if he or she has shown in the Showmanship Competition. Project classes will be judged Danish System. Exhibitors to use their own project animal in this competition. It is understood that all three placings should be used where possible but the final decision is at the discretion of the judge.

9. Members must show their own project animal in both project and showmanship class.

10. Any clipping or grooming of the 4-H animal at the fair must be done by the 4-H member themselves and must not be done by an adult or leader or that animal will be disqualified.

11. ATTIRE – all 4-H members and supervising leaders must appear in suitable dress at all times.

In the show ring, members must be correctly attired for the class in question.

12. CONDUCT – SADD rules apply. Any 4-H member consuming alcohol or under the influence of alcohol/drugs or exhibiting in improper fashion will be barred from competition and may forfeit any prize money that has been awarded.



PRIZE Sponsored by the Chilliwack Fair: Classes 1 & 2 only – 1st place $75, 2nd place $50, 3rd place $25

Ribbons to 5th place for classes 1, 2, 3, and 4

Open to all clubs in British Columbia. B.C. Provincial 4-H Council rules and guidelines apply.

• Displays must have proper member/club identification per the 4-H Communication Manual

(pg. 42) or they will not be judged.

• Limit of 3 entries per club.

• No entry fee.

• Ribbons to 5th place for both Junior and Senior class.

• Can be club or individual entry. Please state names of members on the club entry form. (If the name is not given, there will be no space allocated for the display.)

• Set up by Friday morning at 10:30 a.m. Displays not set up by 10:30 a.m. Friday will not be judged.



Highlight the importance of practicing healthy habits in your everyday life to stay safe at home and on the farm. Additional prize money

1. Junior            2. Senior


3. Junior            4. Senior


Open to Chilliwack 4-H members only.

5. Junior            6. Senior


CHAIRPERSON: Jackie Smith 604-316-7628

All poultry must supply their own cages.


1. Junior Poultry Showmanship

Champion & Reserve Jr. Showman

2. Intermediate Poultry Showmanship

Champion & Reserve Intermediate Showman

3. Senior Poultry Showmanship

Champion & Reserve Senior Showman


4. Unit 1

Champion & Reserve Unit 1

5. Unit 2

Champion & Reserve Unit 2

6. Unit 3

Champion & Reserve Unit 3

7. Unit 4 Poultry Raising – layer

8. Unit 4 Poultry Raising – meat

Champion & Reserve Market

9. Unit 10

Champion & Reserve Unit 10

10. Special

Best Bird in Show & Reserve Best Bird

11. Trio

Champion & Reserve Trio


Two members to form a team. Team may consist of one senior and one junior member. One member to do the actual fitting while the other member to act as a handler. No communication between the two members except for the fitter asking the handler for tools, etc. On completion of the fitting the handler will pose the fowl for the judge. All competitors will come to the judging table at the same time and will be instructed by the judge of what process is to take place.

Maximum time allowed for fitting: 20 minutes

Method of Scoring: total 100 points

25 points each for:

• Knowledge of needs and reasons governing fitting of animals

• Knowledge and ability to describe tools, equipment and their use

• Proficiency in using tools and grooming animal

• Condition and showing of animal

12. Junior          13. Intermediate            14. Senior



All Clubs exhibiting livestock at the Chilliwack Fair will be automatically entered. No entry fees.

Each club MUST supply one herdsmanship judge.

Provide name, phone, email and preferred day

(Friday, Saturday or Sunday) on your entry form.

• A sample judging form will be provided when you arrive.

• Ribbons 1st to 3rd in each category.


1. Penned – sheep, llama and horse

2. Tied – beef and dairy

3. Caged – dog, rabbit and poultry

PRIZES: Rosettes awarded at closing ceremony.

TIMES: Friday and Saturday: 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Sunday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. (Note that clubs are expected to be ‘on duty’ until 8 p.m.)


• 35% for general neatness of exhibit, grooming of animals and dust control. Tack boxes will be inspected. Floors should be swept or raked clean. Walkways to the show ring and wash racks will be monitored.

• 35% for courtesy of attendants, public engagement, and accuracy of information provided. Must have stall cards with pertinent information, signage and club identification.

• 30% for educational content and display.



CHARIPERSON: Clark Thomson


1. Age 9            2. Age 10

3. Age 11. 4. Age 12

Champion & Reserve Champion Junior Dairy

5. Age 13          6. Age 14

7. Age 15. 8. Age 16          9. Age 17 & over

Champion & Reserve Champion

Senior Dairy Showman


Calf Placings All Breeds

10. Dec. 1, 2020 to Feb. 28, 2021

11. Sept. 1, 2020 to Nov. 30, 2020

12. June 1, 2020 to Aug. 31, 2020

13. March 1, 2020 to May 31, 2020

Champion & Reserve Champion Heifer

14. Interclub

15. Dairy Clipping Competition for Beginners – any age, teams of 2 members. Must have never placed in a fitting or clipping competition before.

16. Dairy Clipping Competition Junior: 9 – 12 years

17. Dairy Clipping Competition Senior: 13 – 19 years

Clubs MUST indicate on entry form how many members will participate and MUST supply a calf for that number of members.

• 90 minutes to clip

• Bring a calf (Sept. to Nov.)

• Head clipped, calf washed & halter broke


CHAIRPERSONS: Jeremy Gill 604-316-8164

*Note additional prize money for Champion and Reserve Champions sponsored if there are enough entries*


1. Junior Fitting (Ages 9-12)

Champion & Reserve Champion Junior Fitter

2. Intermediate Fitting (Ages 13-14)

Champion & Reserve Champion Inter. Fitter

3. Senior Fitting (Ages 15-19)

Champion & Reserve Champion Senior Fitter

4. Junior Showmanship (Ages 9-12)

5. Intermediate Showmanship (Ages 13-14)

6. Senior Showmanship (Ages 15-19)

Champion & Reserve Champion Junior Beef Showman

Champion & Reserve Champion Intermediate Beef Showman

Champion & Reserve Champion Senior Beef Showman

7. Home Grown Steer

Champion & Reserve Champion Home Grown Steer

8. Market Steer & Fed Calf

Champion & Reserve Champion Steer

9. Steer Interclub

10. Home Grown Heifer

Champion & Reserve Champion Home Grown Heifer

11. Heifer

Champion & Reserve Champion Heifer

12. Cow & Calf

Champion & Reserve Champion Cow & Calf

Grand Champion & Reserve Grand Champion Female


CHAIRPERSON: Karen Chambers


1. Junior Showman (Ages 9-12)

Champion Junior & Reserve Showman

2. 13-14 years

Champion & Reserve Intermediate Showman

3. 15 & Over

Champion & Reserve Senior Showman

4. Market Lamb

Champion & Reserve

5. Carcass Lamb

Champion & Reserve

6. Ewe Lamb

Champion & Reserve

7. Yearling Ewe

Champion & Reserve

8. Mature Ewe with Lamb(s)

Champion & Reserve

9. Full Fleece (Ewe and Yearling)

Champion & Reserve

Overall Grand Champion Ewe

Overall Reserve Champion Ewe

10. Market Lamb Interclub

11. Ewe Lamb Interclub


CHAIRPERSON: Jackie Smith 604-316-7628

1. Junior (9-11 years)

2. Intermediate (12-14 years)

3. Senior (15 & over)

4. Fancy Doe

Champion & Reserve Fancy Doe

5. Fancy Buck

Champion & Reserve Fancy Buck

6. Commercial Doe

Champion & Reserve Commercial Doe

7. Commercial Buck

Champion & Reserve Commercial Buck

8. Doe and Litter

Champion & Reserve Doe & Litter


CHAIRPERSON: Jackie Smith 604-316-7628

1. Junior Showman (ages 9-12)

Champion & Reserve Junior Showman

2. Senior Showman (ages 13-19)

Champion & Reserve Intermediate Showman

Champion & Reserve Senior Showman

3. Short Hair Project

Champion & Reserve Short Hair Cavy

4. Long Hair Project

Champion & Reserve Long Hair Cavy


CHAIRPERSON: Lorill Britz 604-858-6924

• No kennel space for non 4-H project dogs

• No prong collars will be permitted

• No dogs under 6 months of age permitted in show rings

SHOWMANSHIP: Class to be determined according to how many years a member has been in a 4-H Dog Club. For example, a 14 year old who is a 4th year member would be entered in Class 8. Baiting will be allowed in the showmanship ring.

1. Junior, Year 1             2. Junior, Year 2

3. Junior, Year 3            4. Junior, Year 4

Champion & Reserve Junior Dog Showman

5. Senior, Year 1             6. Senior, Year 2

7. Senior, Year 3             8. Senior, Year 4

9. Senior, Year 5            10. Senior, Year 6

11. Senior, Year 7 & Over

Champion & Reserve Senior Dog Showman

Grand Champion & Reserve Dog Showman

12. 20 & 21 year old members and 4-H Dog Alumni

OBEDIENCE: Please stipulate jump heights; no food or toys allowed in the ring.

13. 20 & 21 year old members and 4-H Dog Alumni

Please state obedience level on entry, or contact the chairperson

14. Junior Exploring Obedience: Unit A

Junior Champion & Reserve Champion Exploring Obedience

15. Junior Beginner Novice: Unit 1

Junior Champion & Reserve Champion Beginner Novice

16. Junior Novice: Unit 2

Junior Champion & Reserve Champion Novice

17. Senior Exploring Obedience: Unit A

Senior Champion & Reserve Champion Exploring Obedience

18. Senior Beginner Novice: Unit 1

Senior Champion & Reserve Champion Beginner Novice

19. Senior Novice: Unit 2

Senior Champion & Reserve Champion Novice

20. Beginner Open: Unit 3

Champion & Reserve Champion Beginner Open

21. Open: Unit 4

Champion & Reserve Champion Open

22. Utility: Unit 5 & 6

AGILITY: TBA – A fun non-technical course for all to enjoy for 2021!

23. Junior

24. Senior


CHAIRPERSONS: Sheri Williamson (604) 316-9667


Linda Olson (604) 621-1458 landruk@shaw.ca

COMMITTEE: Glenda Dyck (604) 302-1393 gmdyck01@shaw.ca

RULE: Exhibitor must purchase a gate pass at the time of entry.

ENTRIES CLOSE: Friday, July 16, 2021

ENTRIES: Must complete entry form and Gate Pass and Camping Form. Please submit 1 entry per club.

PARKING: No livestock vehicles may park on the fair grounds. Please enter via Farm Gate and proceed to the right around the south side of the track. Park in designated area. Horses must be on the grounds no later than 5 p.m. Thursday, August 5th and stay the duration of the Fair. Tear down will be Sunday, August 8th after 5 p.m. Ribbons to 6th place.

Champion and Reserve Jr Showman

Champion and Reserve Sr Showman

Jr Western High Point Champ and Reserve

Sr Western High Point Champ and Reserve

Jr English High Point Champ and Reserve

Sr English High Point Champ and Reserve

Jr Overall High Point Champ and Reserve

Sr Overall High Point Champ and Reserve

FRIDAY 10:00AM (Sand Ring #1)


Pattern to be posted. The horse is the means by which the exhibitor demonstrates his/her ability to show a horse at halter. The ideal showmanship performance consists of a poised, confident, neatly attired exhibitor leading a well-groomed and conditioned horse that quickly and efficiently performs the requested patterns with promptness, smoothness and precision. The exhibitor will show the horse in the posted pattern.

1. Unit 6            2. Unit 5            3. Unit 4

4. Unit 3            5. Unit 2            6. Unit 1

FRIDAY 12:00PM (Sand Ring #2)


Pattern to be posted. The class will proceed at least once around the ring at each gate – walk, trot, sitting trot, and canter, and on command reverse and repeat. They shall than line up on command and execute individual tests at the judge’s discretion. The judge may ask concerning horsemanship, anatomy of the horse, tack stable management and any others.

7. Unit 6            8. Unit 5            9. Unit 4

10. Unit 3          11. Unit 2          12. Unit 1


To be shown at a flat-footed walk, normal trot and easy canter; not to gallop; light contact to be maintained. To be judged on 45% performance; 40% manners and 15% conformation

13. Unit 6 ­         14. Unit 5          15. Unit 4

16. Unit 3          17. Unit 2          18. Unit 1


To be shown at a flat-footed walk with reasonably loose rein, trot, strong trot, easy canter and hand gallop. To be judged 55% performance, 15% conformation, 20% substances and 10% manners.

19. Unit 6          20. Unit 5          21. Unit 4

22. Unit 3          23. Unit 2          24. Unit 1

SATURDAY 10:00AM (Sand Ring #2)


Pattern to be posted. Riders will be judged on seat, hands, ability to control, and show their horse. Results as shown by performance of the horse are NOT to be considered more important than the method used by the rider. The judge will ask each rider to work individually and rail work.

25. Unit 6          26. Unit 5          27. Unit 4

28. Unit 3          29. Unit 2          30. Unit 1


To be shown at a walk, jog and lope both ways of the ring on a reasonable loose rein without undue restraint.

31. Unit 6          32. Unit 5          33. Unit 4

34. Unit 3          35. Unit 2          36. Unit 1


The command class is neither a race, nor is it a gymkhana event. It is a competition which exhibits a well-trained, responsive performance horse/pony. Riders must be dressed in suitable western attire. Entries are eliminated one at a time at the discretion of the judge as commands are not executed correctly.

At no time are ring stewards allowed to partake in the judging or placing of the class.

37. Unit 6          38. Unit 5          39. Unit 4

40. Unit 3          41. Unit 2          42. Unit 1


CHAIRPERSON: Al DeJong 604-465-4286


1. Junior Showmanship, 9-12

Champion & Reserve Junior Llama Showman

2. Senior, 13 & Older

Champion & Reserve Senior Llama Showman

3. Junior Llama Obstacle

Champion & Reserve Junior Llama Obstacle

4. Senior Llama Obstacle

Champion & Reserve Senior Llama Obstacle

5. Junior Llama Public Relations

Champion & Reserve Junior Llama Public Relations

6. Senior Llama Public Relations

Champion & Reserve Senior Llama Public Relations

7. Llama Packing

Champion & Reserve Llama Packing

8. Llama Driving

Champion & Reserve Llama Driving

9. Llama Performance

Champion & Reserve Llama Performance


CHAIRPERSON: Christina Dreier


1. Junior Showmanship
2. Senior Showmanship

3. Female Kid- unit 1

4. Yearling doe- unit 2

5. Doe with kids- unit 3

6. Milking doe- unit 4

7. Chevon- unit 5

8. Pack goat- unit 7

9. Pygmy goat- unit 8

10. Fibre Goat- unit 9


• Must be set up in the Display Building by Thursday, August 5, 6 p.m.

• The display must be set up by 4-H members. These displays should be manned at all times during the fair when the building is open.


CHAIRPERSON: Jackie Smith 604-316-7628

Record books to be displayed with project.


Junior Champion & Reserve

Unit 1. Simply Crafts

Unit 2. Discovering Crafts

Unit 3. Creating Crafts

Unit 4. Crafts and Patterns


Senior Champion & Reserve

Unit 1. Simply Crafts

Unit 2. Discovering Craft

Unit 3. Creating Craft

Unit 4. Crafts and Patterns


CHAIRPERSON: Bev Coulsey 604-392-7154

Entries should be included on the 4-H club entry form and identified as “Clover Buds”. Display your scrapbook on your club table. Fun activity to be planned.


CHAIRPERSON: Jackie Smith 604-316-7628


1. Unit 1. Exploring a Vegetable Garden

2. Unit 2. Exploring a Community Garden

3. Unit 3. Exploring Container Gardening

4. Unit 4. Exploring Worm Composting

5. Unit 5. Exploring a Butterfly Garden

Champion & Reserve Junior Gardener


6. Unit 1. Exploring a Vegetable Garden

7. Unit 2. Exploring a Community Garden

8. Unit 3. Exploring Container Gardening

9. Unit 4. Exploring Worm Composting

10. Unit 5. Exploring a Butterfly Garden

11. Unit 6. Exploring a Larger Garden

(Senior Management)

Champion & Reserve Senior Gardener


Clubs with projects not mentioned in this prize book are invited to contact the Fair office to make arrangements.

CALL 604-824-8191



CHAIRPERSON: Jackie Smith 604-316-7628

Record books to be displayed with project.


Junior Champion & Reserve

Unit 1. Adventures with your Camera

Unit 2. Getting to Know your Camera

Unit 3. Exploring Photography

Unit 4. Artistic Photography


Senior Champion & Reserve

Unit 1. Adventures with your Camera

Unit 2. Getting to Know your Camera

Unit 3. Exploring Photography

Unit 4. Artistic Photography


PRIZE Sponsored by Chilliwack Fair: $25 to first place for each animal project (sheep, swine, dairy, beef, horse, rabbit, cavy, dog, llama, poultry). First place entries from each project will then go into an overall competition to be judged by a public vote during the Fair.

First overall Sponsored by Chilliwack Fair: $100

Second Overall Sponsored by Chilliwack Fair: $50

PDF CERTIFICATE AWARDS: 1st to 5th in each project, to be emailed Have fun creating a costume for your project; extra points for members in costume accompanying their project.

Photo Entry: Submit one to two photographs of you and your project, no photo editing.


1. Beef

2. Cavy

3. Dairy

4. Dog

5. Horse

6. Llama

7. Poultry

8. Rabbit

9. Sheep

10. Swine