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Index of Sections

SECTION A Fresh Flowers
SECTION B Vegetables
SECTION C Tame Fruits
SECTION D Canning & Preserves
SECTION E Baking
SECTION F Sewing
SECTION G Handicrafts
SECTION H Creative Crafts
SECTION J Golden Age (65 years & older)
SECTION K Recycle Crafts (by age category)
SECTION L Preschool (4 -5 years)
SECTION M Children (6-8 years)
SECTION N Youth (9-12 years)
SECTION O Teens (13-16 years)
SECTION P Field Crops
SECTION Q Wine & Beer
SECTION R Fine Arts (16 years & older)
SECTION S-Y Nature Crafts Youth (up to 15 years)
SECTION S-A Nature Crafts (16 years & older)
SECTION T Photography

NEW THIS YEAR
SPECIAL SECTION "2017"
In Celebration of Canada's 150th Birthday
Exhibitors: Submit any work of art that is your
own creation that shows your Canada Pride
or highlights Canadian Heritage.
CLASS
731 Age 15 & under
732 Age 16 & up
SECTION A
FRESH FLOWERS
All entries need to be grown by the exhibitors.
Include variety name if known on the entry tag (e.g.. Petunia - Wave).
DO NOT enter more than requested by class.
Helpful Hints:
• Flowers should be gathered in the morning with stems cut at a 45° angle
to maximize water absorption. Keep cool till show time.
• Use clean attractive containers that are compatible with the size of
flowers. Do not use styrofoam cups. Prefer clean jars or vases.
• Flowers with small and/or soft stems may be placed through slits in tin
foil caps made to cover the containers opening.
• The depth of the water should be sufficient for 2 days.
• Remove leaves below the water line to help prevent bacterial growth.
• To prolong the life of the flowers, floral preserve may be added to the
water. To make your own use 1 tsp. (or less) bleach & 1 tsp. sugar to
4 cups of boiling water or go to a flower shop to purchase.
• Warm water will revive wilted flowers & also make them open sooner.
• To fast-start rose buds; boil water, pour into a container & then hold the
rose stem in the water for 5 min.
• Plants with milky or sticky sap usually benefit from searing the stems in
a flame or soaking them in ½ inch of boiling water for several minutes.
CUT FLOWERS
CLASS NUMBER REQUIRED
100 Achillea - Yarrow 1 stem
101 Aconitum - Monkshood 1 stem
102 Aster - regular or spider 3 blossoms
103 Baby's Breath - annual 1 stem
104 Baby's Breath - perennial 1 stem
105 Bachelor's Buttons 3 blossoms
106 Calendula 3 blossoms
107 Carnation 1 stem
108 Clematis 3 blossoms
109 Cosmos 3 blossoms
110 Dahlia - small 1 blossom
111 Dahlia - cactus type 1 blossom
112 Dahlia - large or dinner plate type 1 blossom
113 Daisy - English 3 blossoms
114 Daisy - small yellow (e.g. Marguerite) 3 blossoms
115 Daisy - small white 3 blossoms
SECTION A - FRESH FLOWERS CONTINUED
CLASS NUMBER REQUIRED
116 Daisy - Shasta 1 blossom
117 Delphinium 1 spike
118 Dianthus - pinks 3 stems
119 Geranium - single 1 head
120 Geranium - double 1 head
121 Gladiolus 1 spike
122 Lavatera 1 stem
123 Lily - Asiatic 1 stem
124 Lily - Oriental 1 stem
125 Marigold - Dwarf, French under 4 cm (1.5") 3 blossoms
126 Marigold - Medium French 4-8 cm (1.5-3") 3 blossoms
127 Marigold - Large African over 8 cm (3") 1 blossom
128 Nasturtiums 3 blossoms
129 Nicotiana 1 stem
130 Pansy - no face or blotch (open) 3 blossoms
131 Pansy - with face or blotch 3 blossoms
132 Petunia - single 3 blossoms
133 Petunia - double 3 blossoms
134 Phlox - annual 1 stem
135 Poppies - single 3 blossoms
136 Poppies - double 3 blossoms
137 Rose - hybrid tea 1 blossom
138 Rose - floribunda 1 spray
139 Rose - rugosa or shrub 1 blossom
140 Rose bowl 1 rosette
141 Rudbeckia (Brown-Eyed Susan or Coneflower) 3 blossoms
142 Salvia 3 spikes
143 Snapdragon (any type) 3 spikes
144 Strawflowers 3 blossoms
145 Statice - annual 3 stems
146 Statice - German - perennial 1 spray
147 Stocks 3 spikes
148 Sunflowers (any type) 1 head
149 Sweet Peas 3 stems
150 Sweet William 1 head
151 Zinnia - small or pompom type 3 blossoms
152 Zinnia - cactus type 3 blossoms
175 Open Class (any flower not listed above)
SECTION A - FRESH FLOWERS CONTINUED
ARRANGEMENTS & POTTED PLANTS
See helpful hints under Fresh Flowers.
All potted plants & containers are to be clean. Potted plants need to be in
the exhibitors possession for at least 3 months prior to the show.
Arrangement: The composition of color, size and shape to produce a
pleasing effect. Each unit (flower, fruit, vegetable etc.) is placed collectively
so they produce a design.
CLASS
183 Exotic Flowering Plant (e.g. Orchid)
184 African Violet
185 Flowering Houseplant
186 Cacti
187 Foliage - Houseplant (e.g. Fern, Croton)
188 Dish Garden/Bonsai
189 Potted Herbs (e.g. Parsley, Rosemary)
190 Corsage of home grown flowers & greenery (ribbon allowed)
191 Arrangement of picked wild flowers & foliage
192 Arrangement of dried flowers & foliage
193 Fairy Garden (needs to be 8-14" or 20-30cm on a solid base)
194 Dining table arrangement (fresh)
195 One-sided buffet arrangement of flowers (fresh)
196 Novelty arrangement in an unusual container
197 Large Patio Display (e.g. urn, tub)
198 Hanging Basket
199 Open Class (any potted plant or arrangement not listed above)

Did you know that Common Baby's Breathe &
Oxeye Daisy are noxious weeds?
By avoiding buying Wildflower Mixes, that often contain
invasive species, you can reduce the spread of these weeds.
For all the invasive species in Alberta check out:
www.abinvasives.ca/fact-sheets
SECTION B
VEGETABLES
The standards of perfection are based on consumer surveys of the market
place and includes quantity, condition, uniformity, size, trueness to type
and colour. Paper plates are supplied for display purposes. Please
prepare your own vegetables and fruits for display. Include the variety
name on the entry tag (e.g. Peas - Mister Big).

Helpful hints:
• Condition of vegetables refers to a minimum of blemishes caused by
insects, disease, dirt and mechanical damage.
• All specimens are to be as uniform as possible in color, maturity, shape
and size.
• Size should be moderate; not extra large.
• All specimens are required to be as true to the variety or type as
specified.
• Color of vegetables should be bright, clear and attractive.
• The depth of water should be sufficient to last 2 days (if applicable).
• Plants with a milky or sticky sap usually benefit from searing the stems
in a flame or soaking in ½ inch of boiling water for several minutes.
• Rhubarb – Long, large diameter stocks preferred. Leaf to be trimmed
in a 1” fan shape & to be left intact as pulled.
CLASS NUMBER REQUIRED
200 Beans (green) 6 (pods)
201 Beans (wax, yellow) 6 (pods)
202 Beets 3 (tubers)
203 Broccoli 1 (head)
204 Cabbage 1 (head)
205 Carrots 3
206 Cauliflower 1 (head)
207 Cucumber (pickling) 5
208 Cucumber (slicing) 2
210 Garden Herbs 1 (bunch/kind)
211 Garlic 1 (bulb)
212 Kohlrabi 1
213 Lettuce (head) 1 (head)
214 Lettuce (leaf) 1 (bunch)
215 Nature's Freak (most unusual) 1 bunch 6
216 Onions (green) trim tops to 3" 3
217 Onions (table) trip tops & roots to 1/2" long 6 (pods)
SECTION B - VEGETABLES CONTINUED
Please see notes and helpful hints under Vegetables.
CLASS NUMBER REQUIRED
218 Peas 6 (pods)
219 Peas (snow) 3
220 Peppers 3
222 Potatoes (red) 3
223 Potatoes (white) 3
224 Potatoes Novelty (e.g. Banana) 3
225 Radishes 5 (rods)
226 Rhubarb 3 (stalks)
227 Romaine 1 (head)
228 Rutabaga 2
229 Spinach 2 plants
230 Squash 1
231 Swiss Chard 1 plant
232 Tomatoes (cherry) 3
234 Tomatoes (red) 3
235 Tomatoes (green) 3
237 Zucchini 2
238 Vegetable Display 5-12 kinds
299 Open Class (any vegetable not listed above)

Repel Insects with these Plants!
Basil - house fly's, hornworms & mosquitos
Cilantro - aphids, potatoe beetles & spider mites
Dill - aphids, squash bugs, spider mites,
cabbage loopers & tomatoe hornworms
Lavender - moths, flies & mosquitos
Marigolds - aphids, mosquitos & white flies
Mint & Rosemary - mosquitos
Oregano & Sage - cabbage moths
SECTION C
TAME FRUITS
Include the variety name on the entry tag. The number of fruits exhibited
needs to be the exact number listed for the class.
Prepare your own for display. Paper plates provided.
CLASS NUMBER REQUIRED
300 Apples 3
301 Applecrabs 6
302 Apricots 3
303 Cherries (Nanking) 6
304 Cherries (sour, e.g. Evans) 6
305 Crab-apples 6
306 Currants (red) (in a cluster) 3 sprigs
307 Currants (black) (in a cluster) 3 sprigs
308 Gooseberries 12
309 Plums (blue) 3
310 Plums (yellow) 3
311 Pears 3
312 Raspberries (red) (stem attached) 12
313 Raspberries (other) (stem attached) 12
314 Saskatoons 12
315 Strawberries (stem attached) 12
316 Haskap 12
399 Open Class (any tame fruit not listed above)

BUILD A BEE FRIENDLY LANDSCAPE
+ BEE Careful where you spray.
Many pesticides kill bees. Those that don't
can impact there ability to learn and forage.
+ Variety is BEE-autiful
Plant flowers with different colors, shapes & bloom times.
+ Save the BEES & plant these:
herbs - lavender, mint, cilantro, sage & dill
flowers - sunflowers, cosmos, roses, geraniums, blanket flowers
fruit & vegetables - squash, raspberries, cucumbers, tomatoes,
strawberries & fruit trees
SECTION D
CANNING (PRESERVES)
NOTE - 1 jar allotted per exhibitor, per class!
All jars need to have a 2-piece canning lid except for freezer jams.
Please label all jars with contents and date made. Attach labels to the jar;
NOT the lid. Be sure tops are not rusty and bands have been loosened;
BUT DO NOT BREAK THE SEAL!
CLASS
PICKLES
400 Bread and Butter Pickles
401 Dill Cucumber Pickles
402 Dill Pickled Vegetables (e.g. carrots, green beans)
403 Other Cucumber Pickles (e.g. icicle, gherkins)
404 Pickled Beets
405 Sweet Mixed Pickles
406 Pickled Garlic
407 Mustard (condiment)
408 Mustard Pickles
409 Relish (e.g. cucumber, corn)
410 Tomatoe Preserves (e.g. ketchup, tomatoe paste)
411 Unusual Preserves
412 Salsa (label mild, medium or hot)
413 Cauliflower Preserves
414 Chutney (any variety - enter on name tag)
415 Pasta Sauce (tomatoe)
416 Antipasto
425 Open Class (other than listed above)
CANNED BERRIES (LOCAL TAME)
426 Raspberries
427 Strawberries
435 Other local tame berries
436 Fruit Syrup
SECTION D -CANNING (PRESERVES) CONT.
CANNED BERRIES (LOCAL WILD)
437 Blueberries
438 Raspberries
439 Saskatoons
440 Strawberries
445 Other local wild berries (e.g. cranberries)
446 Fruit Syrup
CANNED FRUIT
447 Crabapples
448 Cherries
449 Plums
450 Peaches
451 Pears
452 Tomatoes
455 Other Fruit (e.g. rhubarb, Saskatoon)
JAM (Not Freezer Types)
456 Fruit Butter
457 Blueberry
458 Chokecherry or Pincherry
459 Currant
460 Gooseberry
461 Raspberry
462 Saskatoon
463 Jam Blend (any 2 fruits)
464 Strawberry
465 Marmalade
466 Haskap
475 Other Jam (e.g. apple, rhubarb)
JELLY
476 Crabapple
477 Blueberry
478 Chokecherry or Pincherry
479 Currant
480 Gooseberry
481 Raspberry
482 Saskatoon
483 Pepper Jelly
484 Other Jelly (e.g. cranberry)
SECTION D -CANNING (PRESERVES) CONT.
NOTE - 1 jar allotted per exhibitor, per class!
Please label all jars with contents and date made.
Attach labels to the jar, NOT the lid. Be sure tops are not rusty.
CLASS
FREEZER JAM
486 Blueberry
487 Raspberry
488 Saskatoon
489 Strawberry
490 Peach
491 Haskap Berry
495 Other Freezer Jam
FRUIT LEATHER
496 Apple
497 Raspberry
498 Strawberry
499 Other Fruit Leather
A great way to recycle unwanted
organic matter and turn them into
nutrient-rich soil for your garden.
WHAT YOU NEED!
- minimum size pile 3 foot cubed on the
ground or in a container
Spoil your garden - 1 part green fresh material
ROTTEN with - 2 parts dry brown material
homemade - oxygen & water
PUT IT IN!
Fresh greens (nitrogen):
STIR IT UP! Mix the compost
kitchen veggies & fruit scraps,
once per week to aerate.
nutshells & egg shells,
More mixing = quicker compost!
vacuum dust & dirt,
WATER IT! Keep it moist so it is coffee grounds & filters, tea bags
like a wet sponge. yard scraps; grass clippings & weeds
Dry browns (carbon)
USE IT!
dead leaves, wood shavings ,
The compost is finished when all
sawdust, wood ash,
identified materials have turned into
shredded paper & napkins
black, crumbly soil.
Side dress your plants, till into your LEAVE IT OUT!
meat & bones, dairy products
oil & fatty foods, diseased plants
SECTION E
BAKING
Baked goods are to be displayed on paper plates. Pies or tarts may be in
tin foil plates. Cover all with a clear plastic (wrap bread).
No baking that requires refrigeration. (e.g. cream pie)
NO MIXES ALLOWED!
CLASS
BREAD MACHINE NUMBER OF SAMPLES REQUIRED
500 White Bread (plain) 1/2 loaf
501 Brown Bread 1/2 loaf
502 Specialty 1/2 loaf
BREAD TRADITIONAL NUMBER OF SAMPLES REQUIRED
503 White Bread (plain) 1/2 loaf
504 Brown Bread 1/2 loaf
505 Specialty 1/2 loaf
BUNS NUMBER OF SAMPLES REQUIRED
506 Dinner Rolls (white flour) 3 rolls
507 Dinner Rolls (whole wheat flour) 3 rolls
508 Cinnamon Buns 3 buns
509 Doughnuts (raised) 3 buns
515 Open Class (any bun type not listed above) 3 buns
QUICK BREAD NUMBER OF SAMPLES REQUIRED
516 Doughnuts (cake) 3 (each)
517 Muffins 3 (each)
518 Tea Biscuits/Scones 3 (each)
519 Tea Breads (e.g. banana, date, orange) 3 (slices)
525 Open Class (other than listed above)
PASTIRES NUMBER OF SAMPLES REQUIRED
526 Pie (double crust) (not glazed) 6" or 1 pie
527 Pie (single crust) (not glazed) 6" or 1 pie
528 Butter Tarts 3
529 Fruit Tarts 3
535 Open Class (other than listed above)
CAKES (NO MIXES) NUMBER OF SAMPLES REQUIRED
536 Angle Food Cake (no icing) 1 cake
537 Chiffon Cake (no icing) 1 cake
538 Jelly Roll (limited to jelly filling)(lining removed) 1 cake
539 Decorated Cake (judged on decoration only) 1 cake
540 Chocolate Cake (no icing) 3 slices
SECTION E - BAKING CONTINUED
Baked goods are to be displayed on paper plates.
Pies or tarts may be in tin foil plates. Cover all with a clear plastic.
Please wrap bread in plastic.
No baking that requires refrigeration. (e.g. cream pie)
CLASS
CAKES CONTINUED NUMBER OF SAMPLES REQUIRED
NO MIXES ALLOWED!
541 Carrot Cake (no icing) 3 slices
542 Baked Squares 3 squares
543 Unbaked Squares 3 squares
544 Brownies (no icing) 3 squares
545 Fancy White Cake (with icing) 1 cake
546 Fancy Chocolate Cake (with icing) 1 cake
547 Decorated Cupcakes 3 cupcakes
555 Open Class (other than listed above)
COOKIES (NO MIXES) NUMBER OF SAMPLES REQUIRED
556 Sandwich or Filled Cookies 3
557 Raisin Cookies 3
558 Sugar Cookies 3
559 Unbaked Cookies 3
560 Chocolate Chip Cookies 3
561 Oatmeal Cookies 3
562 Gingerbread Cookies 3
563 Shortbread Cookies 3
575 Open Class (other than listed above) 3
CANDIES NUMBER OF SAMPLES REQUIRED
578 Fudge 3
579 Peanut Brittle 3
580 Homemade Chocolates 3
585 Open Class (other than listed above) 3
PASTA NUMBER OF SAMPLES REQUIRED
586 Appliance Made 3
587 Handmade 3

Be sure to celebrate the many small
things...bright days, good friends, and
ANYTHNG with sprinkles!
SECTION E - BAKING CONTINUED
CLASS
DIABETIC SECTION NUMBER OF SAMPLES REQUIRED
588 Jams 1 jar
589 Jellies 1 jar
590 Canning 1 jar
591 Candies 3
592 Cookies 3
593 Cake 1
594 Muffins 3
597 Open Class (other than listed above)

SECTION F
SEWING
Articles are to be finished and ready to use. Articles will be judged for
appearance & workmanship.
CLASS
600 Baby Outfit
601 Blazer or Jacket
602 Buttoned Shirt or Blouse
603 Child's Party Dress
604 Costume (any size)(e.g. Halloween, dancing, skating)
605 Denim Garment
606 Ladies Dress (informal)
608 Handbag
609 Jogging Suit
610 Parka or Coat
611 Recycled Garment
613 Skirt
614 Slacks
615 Sleepwear
616 T-shirt
617 Vest
618 Appliqué (any article)
620 Quilt (hand stitched)
621 Quilt (machine stitched)
622 Baby Quilt
699 Open Class (any item not listed above)
SECTION G
HANDICRAFTS
Articles need to be finished and ready to use.
CLASS
700 Afghan (knitted or crocheted)
702 Baby Set (knitted or crocheted)
704 Christmas Stocking
705 Embroidery (crewel)
706 Embroidery (cross-stitch)
707 Embroidery (machine)
708 Embroidery (thread)
710 Crocheted Doily or Dresser Set
711 Garment (not sewn)
712 Crocheted Tablecloth
713 Cushion
714 Dressed Doll
716 Leather Work (any item)
717 Hand-spun Yarn
718 Sweater (knitted or crocheted)
719 Mittens
720 Needlepoint (any item)
722 Plastic Canvas Work (any item)
726 Rug (any type)
728 Slippers or Socks
729 Stuffed Toy
730 Baby Afghan (knitted or crocheted)
799 Open Class (other than listed above)

The only problem with being
a multi crafter is deciding
which craft to spend time on.
SECTION H
CREATIVE CRAFTS
Additional crafts found in: Section G for Handicrafts,
Section K for Recycle Crafts & Section S for Nature Crafts
CLASS
800 Ceramics
801 Clay Sculpture
802 Christmas Article
803 Christmas Wreath
804 Christmas Centerpiece
805 Christmas Tree Ornament (small - ready to hang)
806 Gift Wrapped Box
807 Jewellery
808 Garden Ornament
809 Painted or Tie-Dye T-shirt
810 Garden Stepping Stone
811 Pressed Flower Craft
812 Wheat Weaving
813 Greeting Card (handmade)
814 Holiday Craft (other)
816 Wall Hanging (woven)
817 Wall Hanging (other)
818 Garden Scarecrow with stand
819 Wreath (other than Christmas)
820 Woodcarving
821 Wooden Toys
822 Birdhouse (decorative)
823 Birdhouse (functional)
824 Woodworking (scroll saw)
825 Woodworking (other)
826 Candle (decorative)
827 Bent Willow Item
828 Scrapbooking Album
829 Paper Tolle
830 Soap Making
831 Pottery (thrown on wheel)
832 Pottery (hand built)
899 Open Class - other than those listed above
SECTION J
GOLDEN AGE (65 AND OLDER)
CLASS
1001 Afghan
1002 Baby Set (knitted or crocheted)
1003 Bird Feeder
1004 Birdhouse
1005 Ceramics
1006 Christmas Article
1007 Christmas Centerpiece
1008 Christmas Tree Ornament (ready to hang)
1009 Embroidery
1010 Covered Clothes Hanger (s)
1011 Crocheted Doily or Dresser Set
1012 Crocheted Tablecloth
1013 Cushion
1014 Dressed Doll
1015 Fabric Covered Basket
1016 Metal or Tin Craft
1017 Flower Arrangement (Fresh)
1018 Machine Sewn Garment
1019 Mittens
1020 Model Craft
1021 Novelty Item
1022 Plastic Canvas Work
1023 Quilt (hand stitched)
1024 Quilt (machine stitched)
1025 Rug
1026 Slippers or Socks (knitted or crocheted)
1027 Sweater
1028 Thread Embroidery
1029 Woodworking
1030 Woodworking (scroll saw)
1031 Willow Item
1032 Nature Craft Moss Garden
1033 Artificial Flower Arrangement
1034 Nature Wreath (fresh plant material)
1050 Open Class (other than listed above)
SECTION K
RECYCLE CRAFTS
FROM TRASH TO TREASURE!
The life span of an item can be extended by using it over again, modifying
it, or be creating a new use.
Reuse the following materials:
CHILDREN (7 AND UNDER)
CLASS
1100 Cardboard Beverage Carton (e.g. juice, milk)
1102 Paper Towel Roll (s)
1103 Coat Hanger (s)
1104 Cereal Box (es)
1105 Greeting Card (s)
1106 Newspaper (s)
1107 Magazines (s)
1108 Styrofoam Tray (s)
1109 Egg Carton (s)
1110 Tin Can (s)
1111 Glass Jar or Bottle
1112 Fabric Scraps or Garments
1113 Plastic Jug, Bottle, Tub or Container
1114 Plastic Grocery Bag (s)
1115 Bottle Cork Craft
1116 Cardboard
1120 Open Class (any material not listed above)
CHILDREN (8-12 YEAR OLD)
CLASS
1121 Cardboard Beverage Carton (e.g. juice, milk)
1122 Paper Towel Roll (s)
1123 Coat Hanger (s)
1124 Cereal Box (es)
1125 Greeting Card (s)
1126 Newspaper (s)
1127 Magazines (s)
1128 Styrofoam Tray (s)
1129 Egg Carton (s)
1130 Tin Can (s)
1131 Glass Jar or Bottle
SECTION K - RECYCLE CRAFTS CONTINUED
FROM TRASH TO TREASURE!
The life span of an item can be extended by using it over again, modifying
it, or be creating a new use.
Reuse the following materials:

CHILDREN (8-12 YEAR OLD) CONTINUED
CLASS
1132 Fabric Scraps or Garments
1133 Plastic Jug, Bottle, Tub or Container
1134 Plastic Grocery Bag (s)
1135 Bottle Cork Craft
1136 Cardboard
1137 Barbed Wire
1140 Open Class (any material not listed above)

YOUTH (13-15 YEARS)
CLASS
1141 Cardboard Beverage Carton (e.g. juice, milk)
1142 Paper Towel Roll (s)
1143 Coat Hanger (s)
1144 Cereal Box (es)
1145 Greeting Card (s)
1146 Newspaper (s)
1147 Magazine (s)
1148 Styrofoam Tray (s)
1149 Egg Carton (s)
1150 Tin Cans (s)
1151 Glass Jar or Bottle
1152 Fabric Scraps or Garments
1153 Plastic Jug, Bottle, Tub or Container
1154 Plastic Grocery Bag (s)
1155 Bottle Cork Craft
1156 Cardboard
1157 Barbed Wire
1160 Open Class (any material not listed above)
SECTION K - RECYCLE CRAFTS CONTINUED
AGE 16 YEARS & OLDER
CLASS
1161 Cardboard Beverage Carton (e.g. juice, milk)
1163 Coat Hanger(s)
1164 Cereal Box (es)
1165 Greeting Card(s)
1166 Newspaper(s)
1167 Magazine(s)
1168 Styrofoam Tray(s)
1169 Egg Carton(s)
1170 Tin Can(s)
1171 Glass Jar or Bottle
1172 Fabric Scraps or Garments
1173 Plastic Jug, Bottle, Tub or Container
1174 Plastic Grocery Bag(s)
1175 Bottle Cork Craft
1176 Cardboard
1177 Barbed Wire
1199 Open Class (any material not listed above)

RECYCLING TURNS
THINGS INTO OTHER
THINGS.
WHICH IS LIKE

There is no such thing as "away".
When we throw anything away it must go somewhere.
SECTION L
PRESCHOOL (AGES 4 & 5)
CLASS
1200 A Handcrafted Valentine Card
1201 A Handcrafted Valentine Decoration
1202 A Handcrafted Easter Decoration
1203 A Handcrafted Halloween Decoration
1204 A Handcrafted Mother's or Father's Day Decoration or Gift
1205 Collage (pasted on a surface)
(various materials e.g. macaroni, sea-shells, buttons)
1206 Collection Display (min. 25) in a suitable container
1207 Styrofoam Craft
1208 A Picture or Drawing
1209 A Christmas Tree Ornament (1 small ready to hang)
1210 Puppet (handcrafted)
1211 Dough or Clay Art
1212 Finger Painting
1213 A Decorated Sugar Cookie on a Popsicle Stick
1214 Musical Instrument (handcrafted)
1215 Paper Mache
1216 Christmas Decoration (not a tree ornament)
1217 A Handcrafted Greeting Card
1218 Painted or Decorated Rock
1219 Felt Art
1299 Open Class (other than listed above)

Craftiness is HAPPINESS!
SECTION M
CHILDREN'S (AGES 6-8 YEARS OLD)
CLASS
1300 A Handcrafted Valentine Card
1301 A Handcrafted Valentine Decoration
1302 A Handcrafted Easter Decoration
1303 A Handcrafted Halloween Decoration
1304 A Handcrafted Mother's or Father's Day Decoration or Gift
1305 A Christmas Tree Ornament (1 small ready to hang)
1306 A Christmas Center Piece
1307 A Collection Display (min. 25) mounted or in a suitable container
1308 A Nutritious After School Snack (create an appealing presentation)
1309 Small Decorated Cake
1310 Your Best Homemade Pizza - 6" Diameter
1311 Your Best Homemade Cookie (2)
1312 Collage (pasted on a surface )
(various materials e.g. macaroni, sea-shells, buttons)
1313 Dough or Clay Art
1314 Poster (no larger than 11" x 17")
1315 Puppet (handcrafted)
1316 Live Flower Arrangement
1317 Garden Produce - 4 vegetables (2 of each)
(grown & tended by the child)
1318 Scrapbook (1 book)
1319 Handmade Jewellery
1320 Painting - mounted or framed
1321 Drawing
1322 Photo - Activity
1323 Photo - Animal
1324 Photo - Scenery
1325 Photo - Humour
1326 Photo - Sunrise / Sunset
1327 Model
1328 Woodwork
1330 Handmade Garden Ornament
1331 Fairy Garden (needs to be 6-12" or 15-30cm on a solid base)
1332 Wreath - any theme
1333 Paper Mache
SECTION M
CHILDREN'S (AGES 6-8 YEARS) CONTINUED
CLASS
1334 A Handcrafted Greeting Card
1335 Painted or Decorated Rock
1336 Painted or Tie-Dye T-shirt
1337 Dried Flower Craft
1338 Felt Art
1339 Decorated Plant or Flower Container
1340 Styrofoam Craft
1341 Soap making
1399 Open Class (other than listed above)
SECTION N
YOUTH (9-12 YEARS OLD)
CLASS
1400 A Handcrafted Valentine Card
1401 A Handcrafted Valentine Decoration
1402 A Handcrafted Easter Decoration
1403 A Handcrafted Halloween Decoration
1404 A Handcrafted Mother's or Father's Day Decoration or Gift
1405 A Christmas Tree Ornament (1 small ready to hang)
1406 A Christmas Center Piece
1407 A Collection Display (min. 25) mounted or in a suitable container
1408 A Nutritious After School Snack (create an appealing presentation)
1409 Small Decorated Cake
1410 Your Best Homemade Pizza - 6" Diameter
1411 Your Best Homemade Cookie (2)
1412 Painting Mounted or Framed
1413 Drawing
1414 Live Flower Arrangement
1415 Garden Produce - 4 vegetables (2 of each)
(grown & tended by the child)
1416 Handcrafted Kite
1417 Handmade Jewellery
1418 Woodwork
1419 Photo - Activity
1420 Photo - Animal
1421 Photo - Scenery
1422 Photo - Humour
SECTION N -
YOUTH (9-12 YEARS OLD) CONTINUED
CLASS
1423 Photo - Sunrise / Sunset
1424 Model (glued & painted)
1425 Handmade Stuffed Toy
1426 Sewn Garment
1427 Cartoon (single or multiple frame - your own theme)
1428 Poster (no larger than 11" x 17")
1429 Pop-up Art
1430 Scrapbook (1 book)
1432 Garden Ornament (handcrafted)
1433 Paper Mache
1434 Painted or Tie-Dye T-shirt
1435 Handmade Candle
1436 Metal or Tin Work
1437 Felt Art
1438 Fairy Garden (needs to be 6-12" or 15-30cm on a solid base)
1439 Soap making
1499 Open Class (other than listed above)
SECTION O
YOUTH (13-16 YEARS OLD)
CLASS
1500 Dried Flower Craft
1501 Christmas Ornament (ready to hang)
1502 Christmas Center Piece
1503 Wreath (any theme)
1504 Stained Glass (no plastic kits)
1505 Your Best Homemade Cookie (2)
1506 Your Best Homemade Pizza (6" diameter)
1507 Small Decorated Cake
1508 Tolle Painting (no decals or stickers allowed)
1509 Handmade Toy (any material)
1510 Handmade Jewellery
1511 Poem, your own original (mounted and framed)
1512 Model - not snap - glued and painted
1513 Metalwork
1514 Dough and Clay Art
SECTION O -
YOUTH (13-16 YEARS OLD) CONTINUED
CLASS
1515 Ceramics
1516 Pottery
1517 Flower arrangement in an interesting/unusual container
1518 Garden Produce - 2 each of 4 vegetables
(grown and tended to by the youth)
1519 Six Frame Comic Strip - (your own creation - framed or mounted)
1520 Mounted Photo - Humor
1521 Mounted Photo - Landscape
1522 Mounted Photo - Animal (domestic)
1523 Photo - People
1524 Photo - Sunset, Sunrise or Reflection
1525 Photo - Wild Animal
1526 Photo - Still Life
1527 Sewn Garment
1528 Knitting
1529 Embroidery
1530 Plastic Canvas Work
1531 Woodwork
1532 Drawing - Pencil/Charcoal
1533 Drawing - Pen/Ink
1534 Painting - Water Based Colors
1535 Painting - Oil
1536 Homemade Candle
1537 Scrapbook (1 book)
1538 Penmanship - Handwritten short story or poem (100 word max.)
1539 Garden Ornament
1540 Poster - 11" x 17"
1541 Fairy Garden (needs to be 6-12" or 15-30cm on a solid base)
1542 Handcrafted Greeting Card
1543 Handcrafted Christmas Stocking
1599 Open Class (other than listed above)
SECTION P
FIELD CROPS
ALL EXHIBITIONS NEED TO HAVE BEEN GROWN ON THE
FAMILY FARM.
Please note the variety if known.
Sheaves of grain are judged on maturity & filling of heads, freedom of
foreign material & presentation. They are to be less than 76cm (30”) in
length & cut off even at the butt, stripped of leaves, at least 7.5cm (not
more than 12.5cm) (3” - 5”) across the center band & tied with 3 bands.
Forage sheaves are generally picked fresh and exhibited green. They are
to be free of weeds & other foreign material and should not be stripped of
leaves.
SHEAVES
CLASS SAMPLES REQUIRED
1600 Barley (any variety) 1 Sheaf
1601 Oats 1 Sheaf
1602 Wheat (any variety) 1 Sheaf
1603 Field Peas 1 Sheaf
1607 Mixed Forage (3 kinds) 1 Sheaf
1608 Legume Hay 1 Sheaf
1650 Open Class (other than listed above) 1 Sheaf

FIELD CROP SEEDS
Entries need to be shown in glass pints. Indicate the variety if known.
Samples need to be dry, free from foreign material, mold & mustiness.
CLASS SAMPLES REQUIRED
1651 Barley (any variety) 1 pint
1652 Canola 1 pint
1653 Oats 1 pint
1654 Wheat 1 pint
1655 Field Peas 1 pint
1656 Corn 1 pint
1659 Alfalfa 1 pint
1660 Clover 1 pint
1699 Open Class (other than listed above) 1 pint
SECTION Q
WINE & BEERS
All entries need to be home-brewed by the exhibitor and entered under
his/her name. Exhibitors are encouraged to make their bottles more
interesting and attractive by naming and labeling their wines and beers.
Please make sure all tags are fastened to the bottle with elastic bands.
HOMEMADE FERMENTED BEVERAGE - WINE
CLASS VOLUME IN LITERS
1700 White wine from fruit - dry 850ml - 1
1701 Red wine from fruit - dry 850ml - 1
1702 White wine from fruit - sweet 850ml - 1
1703 Red wine from fruit - sweet 850ml - 1
1704 White wine from kit - dry 850ml - 1
1705 Red wine from kit - dry 850ml - 1
1706 White wine from kit - sweet 850ml - 1
1707 Red wine from kit - sweet 850ml - 1
1712 Open class (other than listed above) 850ml - 1

HOMEMADE FERMENTED BEVERAGE - BEER
CLASS VOLUME IN ML
1713 Light 350 mL
1714 Dark 350 mL
1799 Open class (other than listed above) 350 mL
SECTION R
FINE ARTS
16 YEARS AND OLDER
DO NOT enter artwork that has been judged in the past.
CLASS
1800 Drawing - Black Pencil
1801 Drawing - Charcoal
1802 Drawing - Pen and Ink
1803 Drawing - Pastels
1804 Drawing - Oil Pastels
1806 Drawing - Color Pencil
1807 Cartoon - Single/Multiple Frame
1808 Graphic Design - Non-commercial
1820 Drawing - Other Medium
1821 Painting - Watercolor Flowers
1822 Painting - Watercolor Landscape
1823 Painting - Watercolor Still Life
1824 Painting - Watercolor Pen and Ink
1825 Painting - Acrylic Landscape
1826 Painting - Acrylic Still Life
1827 Painting - Oil Still Life
1828 Painting - Oil Landscape
1829 Painting - Watercolor Portrait
1830 Painting - Acrylic Portrait
1831 Painting - Oil Portrait
1840 Calligraphy
1841 Coloring - Adult coloring 1 page
1861 Painting - Acrylic Flower
1862 Painting - Oil Flower
1863 Painting - Abstract
1864 Painting - Animals / Birds
1865 Mixed Media
1899 Open Class (other than listed above)
SECTION S-Y
NATURE CRAFTS
YOUTH (UP TO 15 YEARS)
Items are to be crafted from natural materials (e.g. soil, rock, wood,
flowers). A small percentage of material may be artificial and used to
decorate your creation. (e.g. ribbon, glass, plastic)
CLASS
1901 Twig Vase
1902 Nutty Buddies (figure made from nuts or seeds)
1903 Pressed Leaves Craft
1904 Shell Craft
1905 Moss Garden (in a suitable container)
(collect moss and decorate as desired)
1906 Forest Folk (little people created from twigs, leaves, grass, etc.)
1907 Treasure Trunk - min. 10 pieces (in a suitable container)
(a collection of nature treasurers displayed)
1908 Bent Willow Item
1909 Bird Feeder / House
1910 Sand Art
1911 Table Centerpiece (open theme)
1912 Plant Prints
(Create an interesting picture using leaves, mushrooms, etc.)
1913 Dried Flower Craft
1914 Rock Painting
1915 Nature Wreath (fresh or dried flowers, ferns, acorns, seeds, etc.)
1916 Mosaic Picture/Card (using seeds, peas, beans, nuts, etc.)
1917 Dried Fruit Craft
1918 Barn Board Craft
1919 Driftwood Craft
1920 Open Class (other than listed above)
Advise from a Gardener:
Cultivate friendships,
Sow seeds of kindness,
Listen to sage advice,
Don't let things bug you,
Be outstanding in your field,
Take thyme for yourself,
NO Vining!
SECTION S-A
NATURE CRAFTS
16 YEARS AND OLDER
Items are to be crafted from natural materials (e.g. soil, rock, wood,
flowers). A small percentage of material may be artificial and used to
decorate your creation. (e.g. ribbon, glass, plastic)
Class
1952 Twig Vase
1953 Nutty Buddies (figure made from nuts or seeds)
1954 Pressed Leaves Craft
1957 Shell Craft
1958 Moss Garden (in a suitable container)
(collect moss and decorate as desired)
1959 Forest Folk (little people created from twigs, leaves, grass, etc.)
1960 Treasure Trunk - min. 10 pieces (In a suitable container)
(a collection of nature treasurers displayed)
1961 Bent Willow Item
1962 Bird Feeder / House
1963 Sand Art
1964 Table Centerpiece (open theme)
1965 Plant Prints
(Create an interesting picture using leaves, mushrooms, etc.)
1966 Dried Flower Craft
1967 Rock Painting
1968 Nature Wreath (fresh or dried flowers, ferns, acorns, seeds, etc.)
1969 Mosaic Picture/Card (using seeds, peas, beans, nuts, etc.)
1970 Dried Fruit Craft
1971 Barn Board Craft
1972 Driftwood Craft
1999 Open Class (other than listed above)
Advise from a Tree:
Stand tall and proud,
Remember your roots,
Go out on a limb,
Drink plenty of water,
Bend before you break,
Keep growing,
Enjoy the view.
SECTION T
PHOTOGRAPHY
DO NOT ENTER PRINTS that have been judged in past fairs!
Entire print needs to be exposed; do not put anything over or on the
picture. (e.g. matting, plastic or captions) Photos entered are to be no
smaller than 4 x 6 and no larger than 5 x 7. Each print needs to be
mounted on any white paper or white bristle board with the border not
exceeding 1/2" beyond the photo.
Exhibitors CAN NOT be in the picture except for Class 2014.
No framed photos or non- mounted photos will be accepted.
CLASS
2000 Plant
2001 Farm Life
2002 Landscape
2003 In The Rain
2004 Humorous People
2005 In A Row (one photo)
2006 Humorous Animal
2007 Look Up
2008 Sunrise / Sunset
2009 Animal - Domestic
2010 Staircase
2011 Reflections
2012 Unique Photo of Lac La Biche County
2013 Nostalgia
2014 SELFIE (photo of yourself, taken by yourself)
2015 People Individual
2016 Under Water
2017 People Group
2018 Tender Moment
2019 Human Interest
2020 What is it?
2021 Action Object
2022 Animal - Wild
2023 Still Item (e.g. coffee cup, rock)
2024 Bird
2025 Flower
2026 Celebration
2027 Digitally Modified Photo
2099 Open Class (other than listed above)