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Online entries opening date TBA


ENTRY CLOSING DATE: Friday, Aug 2

EXHIBIT ARRIVAL DATE: Bring your exhibits on Thursday, August 8 between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. Entries brought after this time cannot be judged.

ENTRY FEE: Section A: $1.00, Section B: $1.50

PRIZE MONEY:

Section A: 1ST – $5, 2ND – $4, 3RD – $3

Section B: 1ST – $15, 2ND – $10, 3RD – $5

Rosettes: Most Points, Best in Show

RULES:

• Only one entry per exhibitor per class is allowed except in classes 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9, 16, 23, 24, and 25 where more than one variety per exhibitor is permitted.

• Stems must be left on all apples, pears and plums. Plums and prunes should not be polished.

• Varieties of Fruit should be named if possible. If you don’t know the variety name, please enter anyway and we’ll see if we can identify it for you.

• An entry not up to standard may not be accepted for exhibit or judging.

• Non-competitive displays of good quality would be welcome.

• Any fruit showing signs of deterioration may be removed before the end of the Fair.

• You must present your claim tag to collect your exhibit and prize money, which will be released Sunday, August 11 at 5 p.m.  Produce not claimed by 6 p.m. will be disposed of in an ecologically friendly manner unless arrangements have been made with the Convenor. After Sunday, prize money will be available at the Fair Office 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. until Thursday, Aug 15. The office will not be staffed after this date. See instructions in Notice to Exhibitors.

SECTION A: INDIVIDUAL CLASSES

Multiple entries per exhibitor are encouraged in class 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9, with a number of 1st, 2nd, and 3rd to be awarded.

For classes 2, 6, and 9 unnamed varieties: For exhibitors with entries for which they don’t know the variety, we will attempt to identify each entry.

APPLES (3 per plate, stem on):

1. Any variety named

2. Any variety unnamed

3. Collection of 3 varieties (named) – 1 specimen of each

4. Biggest and Best

PEARS (3 per plate, stem on):

5. Any variety named

6. Any variety unnamed

7. Collection of 3 varieties – 1 specimen of each

PLUMS (3 per plate, stem on):

8. Any variety named

9. Any variety unnamed

10. Collection of 3 varieties – 1 specimen of each

GRAPES (2 bunches per plate):

11. Grapes (vinifera) – white

12. Grapes (vinifera) – red

13. Grapes (table) – seeded

14. Grapes (table) – seedless

15. Grapes (hybrid)

OTHER FRUITS AND SMALL FRUITS:

16. Early Peach – any variety, named (3 per plate)

17. Figs (3 per plate)

18. Crab Apples – any variety, named (3 per plate)

19. Blackberries – cultivated (5 per plate)

20. Blackberries – wild (5 per plate)

21. Blueberries (5 per plate)

22. Raspberries (5 per plate)

23. Any other berries – identified (5 per plate, or 2 clusters, whichever seems appropriate)

24. Any other fruit – identified. Appropriate number per plate. Note: Immature 2024 crop accepted in this class (i.e. kiwi fruit, quince).

NUTS (5 per plate):

Note: ALL nuts must be 2023 crops.

25. Walnuts – any variety

26. Hazel nuts (filberts) – any one variety only

27. Any other kind of nuts – identified

SECTION B: COLLECTION

ENTRY FEE: $1.50

28. Display of 5 different varieties from any of the above classes. Number or amount the same as in individual classes.