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Online entries opening date TBA


ENTRY CLOSING DATE: Friday, August 2

EXHIBIT ARRIVAL DATE: Bring your exhibits on Thursday, August 8 between 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. Items brought after this time cannot be judged.

ENTRY FEE: $0.50

PRIZE MONEY: 1ST – $5, 2ND – $4, 3RD – $3

ROSETTES & SPECIAL AWARDS:

Rosettes: Best Entry in each age category

Best in Department: Jr. Green Thumb Award

(Most points in Department): $25 gift certificate from Devan Greenhouses

Best Vegetable Collection (Classes 5,14,23): $5 plus Fair prize money.

Best Poster (Classes 7,16,25): $5 plus Fair prize money.

Best Fairy Garden (Classes 8,17,26): $10 gift certificate from Minter Country Garden plus Fair prize money.

• Best Entry in Seed Art (Classes 9,18,27): Craft Supplies from Debora Soutar

RULES:

1. 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 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, August 15. The office will not be staffed after this date. See instructions in Notice to Exhibitors.

2. All Junior entries must be set in place by exhibitor – No adult help allowed.
3. Bouquets will be judged first on horticultural quality of flowers and then on blend of colours and arrangement in a vase.

SECTION A: CHILDREN (Age 6 & under)

CLASSES:

1. Any Root Vegetable Grown by Exhibitor – 3 specimens

2. Any Other Vegetable Grown by Exhibitor – 3 small specimens or 1 large specimen

3. Herb Bouquet – 3 varieties, fresh cut only, named in exhibitor’s own printing or handwriting. May be from family garden and in water if necessary.

4. Biggest Pumpkin, Gourd or Squash Grown By Exhibitor. Judge will measure circumference of your product.

5. Vegetable Collection – 3 distinct kinds, named, grown by exhibitor. Specimens must be labeled in exhibitor’s own printing or handwriting – to be displayed on mat supplied by Chilliwack Fair.

6. Fruit Collection – 3 distinct varieties of homegrown fruit, harvested by exhibitor. Specimens must be labeled in exhibitor’s own printing or writing.

7. Poster titled: “Barn To Be Wild!”

8. Fairy Garden up to 24”x 24”, can include all types of plants, moss, stones, wood, characters, animals, toys, tools and imagination. Container can be round, square or rectangular.

9. Seed Art – A variety of seeds, can be painted, mounted on stiff cardboard 8.5” x 11” portraying scenery, flowers or animals.

10. Bouquet for Someone Special: annuals, perennials or wildflowers, 5 stems in a jar.

SECTION B: PRE-TEEN (Ages 7-12)

11. Any Root Vegetable Grown by Exhibitor – 3 specimens

12. Any Other Vegetable Grown by Exhibitor – 3 small specimens or 1 large specimen

13. Herb Bouquet – 3 varieties, fresh cut only, named in exhibitor’s own printing or handwriting. May be from family garden and in water if necessary.

14. Biggest Pumpkin, Gourd or Squash Grown By Exhibitor. Judge will measure circumference of your product.

15. Vegetable Collection – 3 distinct kinds, named, grown by exhibitor. Specimens must be labeled in exhibitor’s own printing or handwriting – to be displayed on mat supplied by Chilliwack Fair.

16. Fruit Collection – 3 distinct varieties of homegrown fruit, harvested by exhibitor. Specimens must be labeled in exhibitor’s own printing or writing.

17. Poster titled: “Barn To Be Wild!”

18. Fairy Garden up to 24”x 24”, can include all types of plants, moss, stones, wood, characters, animals, toys, tools and imagination. Container can be round, square or rectangular.

19. Seed Art – A variety of seeds, can be painted, mounted on stiff cardboard 8.5” x 11” portraying scenery, flowers or animals.

20. Bouquet for Someone Special: annuals, perennials or wildflowers, 5 stems in a jar.

SECTION C: TEENS (Ages 13-18)

21. Any Root Vegetable Grown by Exhibitor – 3 specimens

22. Any Other Vegetable Grown by Exhibitor – 3 small specimens or 1 large specimen

23. Herb Bouquet – 3 varieties, fresh cut only, named in exhibitor’s own printing or handwriting. May be from family garden and in water if necessary.

24. Biggest Pumpkin, Gourd or Squash Grown By Exhibitor. Judge will measure circumference of your product.

25. Vegetable Collection – 3 distinct kinds, named, grown by exhibitor. Specimens must be labeled in exhibitor’s own printing or handwriting – to be displayed on mat supplied by Chilliwack Fair.

26. Fruit Collection – 3 distinct varieties of homegrown fruit, harvested by exhibitor. Specimens must be labeled in exhibitor’s own printing or writing.

27. Poster titled: “Barn To Be Wild!”

28. Fairy Garden up to 24”x 24”, can include all types of plants, moss, stones, wood, characters, animals, toys, tools and imagination. Container can be round, square or rectangular.

29. Seed Art – A variety of seeds, can be painted, mounted on stiff cardboard 8.5” x 11” portraying scenery, flowers or animals.

30. Bouquet for Someone Special: annuals, perennials or wildflowers, 5 or more stems in a container.

SECTION D: WRITER’S CORNER – STORY OR ESSAY

TOPIC: “Growing My Food”

Two hundred words or less, double spaced, written by hand or computer printed.

CLASSES:

31. Pre-teen (ages 7-12)

32. Teen (ages 13-18)