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HERE COMES THE
TWEED FAIR
July 5, 6 & 7, 2013
www.tweedfair.net
PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE
On behalf of the Tweed Agricultural Society, I would like to invite and extend
a warm welcome to our young people and the young at heart to Tweed’s 132rd
Agricultural Fair.
Kids come and take part in the many events planned for you such as the
bicycle races, pet show, and karaoke. For the young at heart enjoy the thrilling
laughter of people enjoying the rides. Watch the children’s pride as they show
and participate in 4H or horse gaming. The excitement on their faces as they
race their bikes, get their face painted or win a ribbon for a drawing. Take time
to fondly remember memories of yesterday and make some new ones.
We are happy to welcome back Classic Amusements. Please don’t forget to
order your advance ride tickets online at www.classicamunsements.com.
This is our second year for the Derby Cross, watch while cars race the figure
8 with jumps and bumps. With the interest shown from last year this years
should be bigger and better. On Saturday afternoon come and learn to Square
dance , make some new friends and get some exercise with the Quinte Twirlers.
Jungle Cat World Wildlife Safari will return on Sunday, so if you missed this
spectacular show last year stop by the arena where you can be educated on their
outreach program and understand the importance of promoting the survival of
all wildlife.
As a nonprofit organization I would like to thank the merchants, businesses
and individuals who have supported us over the years with their sponsorships.
To the exhibitors for entering crafts, baking, 4H, and horses to name a few. This
is what a country fair is all about. A special thank you to our local Tweed Fire
Department and Municipality workers for their many hours of volunteering
over the weekend.
I personally would like to thank the officers, chairpersons and members of
the society for the countless hours of planning the many events and activities
at this years fair. Also helping and volunteering all year long for our continued
success.
Enjoy the Fair!!!
Yours Truly
Sylvie A. Dunham, President
Tweed Hungerford Agricultural Society
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TWEED-HUNGERFORD AGRICULTURAL FAIR
July 5th, 6TH & 7th, 2103
Calendar of Events
ADVANCE TICKETS ONLINE ONLY:
www.classicamusements.ca
4:00 PM
4:30 PM
5:00 PM
5:30 PM
6:15 PM
6:30 PM
7:00 PM
FRIDAY JULY 5th
SUNDAY JULY 7th
All you can ride Friday
$20.00 PAY ONE PRICE
Discount Ride Tickets
GATES OPEN
Official Opening: Grand Stands
Registration for Bike Races
Kids’ Bike Races: Grand Stands
Pet Show: In front of Grand Stands
Derby Cross Registration
Kid’s Zone: Ball Diamond
DERBY CROSS
10:00 AM
10:00 AM
12:00 PM
1:30 PM
GATES OPEN
WEIGH-IN & REGISTRATION
FOR TRUCK & FARM PULLS
Dairy & 4H Cattle: Barns
Western Horse Performance Show: Ring
Baby Show: White Building
Truck & Farm Tractor Pull: Track
JUNGLE CAT WORLD
ONE SHOW ONLY! Arena
SATURDAY JULY 7TH
Unlimited Rides Saturday
$25.00/day - $4.00 off
Book your advance tickets online at
www.classicamusements.ca
9:00 AM
10:00 AM
11:00 AM
12:00 PM
12:30 PM
1:00 PM
2:00 PM
Western Horse Games: Ring
GATES OPEN
Beef & 4H Cattle: Barns
Pony Pulls: Track
Beer Tent Opens
Horse Pulls: Track
Kid’s Karaoke: Tent
Teen Karaoke: Tent
Adult’s Karaoke: Tent
Quinte Twirlers: Arena
ADVANCE TICKETS ONLINE ONLY AT
www.classicamusements.ca
BEER GARDENS OPEN AT 11:00 AM
SATURDAY & SUNDAY
FAIR BOARD CANTEEN BBQ OPEN EVERY DAY
Hot Dogs • Hamburgers • Bratwurst • Cold Drinks
www.tweedfair.net
Don’t forget to visit the vendors
in the arena and ball diamond!
Followed by Open Mic Karaoke until 7:00 PM
5:30 PM
7:00 PM
Derby Registration
DEMOLITION DERBY
No Alcohol
permitted out of
licenced area
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OFFICERS FOR 2013-2014
CHAIRPERSONS
President........................................................Sylvie Dunham
1st Vice President..............................................Wayne Spicer
2nd Vice President.................................................Val Nugent
Treasurer...........................................................Jennet Honey
Secretary...........................................................Monica Parks
Director.......................................................Davine Palmateer
Pet Show: Marlene White................................613-849-7440
Kids Zone: Monica Parks................................613-417-0277
Pony Pulls: Pat Langevin.................................613-478-6158
Horse Pulls: Steve Gordon...............................613-477-2091
Western Horse Games: Mallory Mumford......705-243-1576
Western Performance Horse Show:.................705-243-1576
Karioke: Tracey Booth....................................613-849-8016
Beef Cattle/4H: Megan Burnside.....................613-242-8775
Dairy Cattle/4: Tim Hunt................................613-478-6143
Bike Races: Robert & Davine Palmateer.........613-478-1875
Demo Derby: Wayne Spicer............................613-478-3534
Cory Lessard.............................613-848-7501
Demo Cross: Wayne Spicer.............................613-478-3534
Cory Lessard.............................613-848-7501
Baby Show: Cheri-Jo Gordon........................613-477-2091
Farm Tractor/Truck Pull: Tara Palmateer........613-478-3801
Samantha Robinson..613-478-2843
Domestic Science: Jennet Honey.....................613-478-2843
Crafts: Sylvie Dunham.................................. 613-478-3903
Jennet Honey.......................................613-478-2843
Horticulture/Roots & Vegetables:
Darlene Elson.....................................613-478-5174
Grains & Seeds: Matthew Dunham.................613-920-3631
HONORARY DIRECTORS
Daryl Kramp....................................................................M.P.
Todd Smith...................................................................M.P.P.
Joanne Albert...........................Mayor, Municipality of Tweed
Myrtle Gunning, Burt Sherry, Fred Furyk, Jenny Palmateer,
Jean Thompson
JUNIOR & PEEWEE MEMBERS
Meghan Palmateer, Dylan Palmateer, Haelie Palmateer,
Jordon Tracey, Landon Wright, Faith Wright, Ava Wright,
John Summers, Andrew Summers, Sydney Summers,
Cassidy Parks, Katie Parks, Oliver Brooks, Brodie Spicer
PAST PRESIDENTS
Wilbur Bateman, Stan Genereaux, Bill McCrea, Ray Phillips,
Milton Elliott, Dennis Hunt, Harold Bateman, Jim Palmateer,
Mike Murphy, Ed Hunt, Glenn Holmes, Fred Furyk, Chris
Doran, Jim Gunning, Tim Hunt, Irene Geen.
MEMBERS
Dave, Denise, Jessie, Liam Akey, Gary Akey, Barry & Heather
Bassett, Lorna & Anthony Brooks, Harold Bateman, Joe
Cronkright, Arden, Tristan, Meredith, Taylor Dunham, Dennis
Homes, Jeannine Cross, Glen & Debbie Holmes, Dan Hunt,
Dennis & Norma Hunt, Edward Hunt, Gary & Dorothy Hunt,
Ginger Kehoe, Trevor Lockwood, Lynndell Lesperance, Barb
McEwen, Linda Murphy, Andre Palmateer, Fay Palmateer, Jim
Palmateer, Larry Palmateer, Steven Palmateer, Greg Palmer, Ted &
Sue Paranuik, Leslie Paranuik, Chris Parks, Nathan Prato, Shawna
Rashotte, Shawn Robinson, Erik & Angela Rogers,Johnathon
Kehoe, Kaitlyn Scurr, Ian Shaw, Rosie Shinner, Curtis Spicer, Pat
Spicer, Jeff & Tracey Summers, Matt & Jade Tracey, Mitch Turcotte,
Scott White, Donnavan White, Tim White, Lindsay Wright,
Frank & Karen Ziloney
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EXHIBITS
RULES & REGULATIONS
STOCK
RULES & REGULATIONS
•• All information can be obtained from the Chairperson ••
•• All information can be obtained from the Chairperson ••
ENTRY FEE FOR EXHIBITORS IS $5.00
1. Tickets are issued to exhibitors, entitling exhibitor to admission
to the grounds for Sunday only to pick up exhibits and are not
transferable.
2. All exhibits in competition must be as specified or will not be
eligible, and should be placed between 6:00pm and 8:00pm
Thurs., July 4th or between 8:00am and 12 noon Friday, July
5th in the White Building. Judging starts at 1:00pm on Friday,
July 5th.
3. Only one article per exhibitor will be allowed in each class.
4. Entry tags may be secured from committee members any time
prior to fair date, or on Thursday or Friday at the White building.
5. Any person exhibiting must be a bona fide maker or grower
of all articles exhibited and all livestock shown - juniors included.
6. Horticultural category - Oasis, chicken wire, or similar may be
used to secure flowers in container. No artificial products to be
used unless stated in list.
7. Domestic Science category - All baking must be displayed in
clear plastic bags with tags attached. All decorations must be
edible. Pies and loaves may be entered in standard size pans
or smaller pans for less waste. All linings on muffins must be
removed unless otherwise stated. $3.00 entry fee per person.
8. Judges are authorized by Directors to discard soiled, defaced
work that has been exhibited more than twice previously and
award prizes to new work.
9. No exhibit will be allowed entry with marks, names or initials
on them where the owner may be identified.
10. Junior work category - Exhibitors can only enter their own age
category but are welcome to enter the adult category up to 16
years of age. No entry fee will apply.
11. Domestic Science category - Bottled or canned goods can
be one year previous only.
12. Exhibits must stay on fairgrounds until Sunday, July 7th
at 3:00pm for display. Prize money can be picked up at that
time Saturday after 1 p.m. at Fair Office
1. Board of Directors will not be responsible for any lost, stolen,
damaged items or injured animal.
2. All animals on the grounds must be either placed in pens or tied
up, leashed excluding events.
3. Any person interfering with the judges while in the discharge if their
duties, will forfeit all prize money. No bribes of any denomination
will be attempted upon the judges and their duties.
4. Classes 6 to 12 - 20% will be deducted for membership.
5. No animal or article to compete for more than one prize (unless
for special or herds) and no one person will be allowed to enter
more than one exhibit in any class.
6. All grain, fruit and seeds to be raised this year (2013) excepting
clover seed, must be grown by the person exhibiting the same.
7. Tickets of entry can be had by calling the chair person of said
Class or can be picked up Friday morning of the Fair from the
Secretary.
8. If insufficient herds are available to provide good competitions,
breeds can be combined.
9. All registered animals must be registered prior to the Fair by
forwarding number and entry to the Chairperson.
10. In all sections where there is not competition only two-thirds of
prizes may be paid. Prize money may also reduce if emergencies
arise.
11. All animals are subject to random drug testing. This includes
all horse pulls, games, pet show, etc.
No Alcohol
permitted out of
licenced area
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Friday 7 am - 6 pm
Saturday 8 am - 12 pm
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FRIDAY, JULY 5TH
GATES OPEN AT 4:00 PM
OFFICIAL OPENING 4:30 PM (Grand Stands)
Admission is $5.00 per person.
12 and under FREE
Pay one price $20 www.classicamusements.ca
BIKE RACES 5:00 PM registration (Track)
5:30 PM start time (Track)
CHAIRPERSON:
Robert & Davine Palmateer 613-478-1875
Registration: 5:30 to 6:00 White Building
CLASSES:
1. 5 years and under
2. 6 years to 9 years
3. 10 years to 12 years
4. 13 years to 16 years.
PRIZES:
Winners of races receive medallions for 1st, 2nd and 3rd
places. All participants must finish event for draw. Draw prizes
Classes 1 & 2 - $100 gift card, for Classes 3 & 4 - $150 gift card.
Sponsored by: Old Cheese Factory & EOTA
PET SHOW 6:15 PM (Grand Stands)
•• For youth 18 years and under ••
CHAIRPERSON: Marlene White 613-849-7440
All animals must be vaccinated. All animals must be registered by 6:30 pm. No entry fee. Animals must be leashed or
in a cage.
CLASSES:
1.
Most vocal - any sound.
2.
Longest haired cat.
3. Most EAR-risistable ears.
4. Smallest pet (any kind).
5.
Dog with the longest tail.
6.
Most unique pet.
7.
Most original name.
8.
Best dressed owner and pet - dressed in bedtime theme.
Sponsored by: Vito’s Pizza
KIDS ZONE 6:30 PM (Ball Diamond)
CHAIRPERSON: Monica Parks 613-417-0277
Starring Korny Klowns
(Twisty Misty & Groovy Granny)
• Games • Face painting • Balloon Sculptures • Bouncy Castle
Sponsored by: Gunning Physio Center & Crown Cleaners
Duffer’s Chip Wagon & Smile Centre
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SATURDAY, JULY 7TH
GATES OPEN AT 10:00 AM
Admission is $5.00 per person.
12 and under FREE
Ride All Day
$25/day -$4 off - Advanced by booking online
www.classicamusements.ca
WESTERN HORSE SPEED EVENTS 9:00 AM SHARP
(Ring)
•• Entries must be received by Thursday, June 14 or a
$5.00 late fee per horse/rider combination will apply.
CHAIRPERSON: Mallory Mumford 613-827-1763
[email protected]
• Proof of liability insurance must be provided.
Entries per class and ages are as follows:
Pony
$2.00/Class
Youth/Adult $3.00/Class
CLASSES:
1. Pony Barrels (12 & under)
2. Youth Barrels (13 -18)
3. Adult Barrels (19 & over)
4. Pony Flag (12 & under)
5. Youth Flag (13 -18)
6. Adult Flag (19 & over)
7. Pony Keyhole (12 & under)
8. Youth Keyhole (13 -18)
9. Adult Keyhole (19 & over)
10. Pony Pole Bending (12 & under)
11. Youth Pole Bending (13 -18)
12. Adult Pole Bending (19 & over)
13. Pony Combination Event (12 & under)
14. Youth Combination Event (13 -18)
15. Adult Combination Event (19 & over)
16. Pony Dash for Cash (12 & under)
17. Youth Dash for Cash (13 - 18)
18. Adult Dash for Cash (19 & over)
19. Pony Fun Class (12 & under)
20. Youth Fun Class (13 - 18)
21. Adult Fun Class (19 & over)
PRIZES:
Pony: 1st - $15, 2nd - $10, 3rd - $7, 4th - $5
Youth/Adult: 1st - $20, 2nd - $15, 3rd - $10, 4th - $5
All children aged 18 years and under must wear an approved
riding helmet!
SATURDAY, JULY 7TH
GATES OPEN AT 10:00 AM
SATURDAY, JULY 7TH
GATES OPEN AT 10:00 AM
BEEF CATTLE 10:00 AM
BEEF 4H PROGRAM 12:00 NOON
CHAIRPERSON: Megan Burnside 613-242-8775
[email protected]
CLASS 9 - British Breeds
CLASS 10 - Any other breeds
CHAIRPERSON: Megan Burnside 613-242-8775
[email protected]
Section 1 - 2013 Bull Calf
Section 2 - Junior Yearling Bull (Apr 2012 to Dec 31 2012)
Section 3 - Senior Yearling Bull (Jan 2012 to Mar 31 2012)
Section 4 - Grand Champion Male
Section 5 - 2012 Heifer Calf
Section 6 - Junior Yearling Heifer ( Apr 1 2012 to Dec 31 2012)
Section 7- Senior Yearling Heifer (Jan 1 2012 to Mar 31 2012)
Section 8 - 2 year old Female (born 2011) with her own
natural calf at foot
Section 9 - Female born before 2011 with her own
natural calf at foot
Section 10 - Grand Champion Female
PRIZES:
Sections 1 to 3 and 5 to 9: Ribbon, $50, $40, $30, $20, $15
Sections 4 & 10: Trophies
SPECIAL:
SPECIAL: SPECIAL: SPECIAL:
SPECIAL: SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:
9:30
Registration
10:00
Open Beef Show
12:00
Beef 4H Show begins with showmanship
classes, followed by conformation classes.
CLASSES:
1. Senior Showmanship (ages 18-21)
2. Intermediate Showmanship (ages 15-17)
3. Junior Showmanship (ages 12-14)
4. Novice Showmanship (ages 10-11)
5. Champion Showperson (top from Classes 1,2,3, & 4)
6. Senior Conformation (females born Jan 1 2012 - Dec 31 2012)
7. Junior Confirmation (females born after Jan 1 2013)
8. Champion Calf (top from Classes 6 & 7)
PRIZES:
Classes 1,2,3,4,6 & 7: Ribbons
Classes 5 & 8: Trophies Donated by June Way, Dunham Farms
Breeders Herd (both sexes represented - all breeds)
To be bred by exhibitor (must be same breed)
Get of Sire - three (3) animals sired by
the same bull (both sexes represented - all breeds)
Must be same breed.
Progeny of Damn - two (2) animals that share the same Dam - all breeds.
Must be the same breed.
All Breeds Champion Male - champions from Section 4 compete for an overall champion.
All Breeds Champion Female - champions
from Section 10 compete for an overall
champion.
CRAS&HSMASH!
DEMO CROSS
Friday July 6th at 7:00pm
Jumps • Full Contact
* Cars on a Figure 8 track
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SATURDAY, JULY 7TH
GATES OPEN AT 10:00 AM
PONY PULLS 11:00 AM (Track)
CHAIRPERSON: Pat Langevin 613-478-6158
Teamsters must be a member of Tweed Hungerford
Agricultural Society - $5.00 membership
to be paid at gate.
1. Size Class: 48. and under small
56. and under large
2. Draw Distance: 15 ft. 2 pulls allowed on a 15 foot
wide course.
3. Must complete 2 rounds for $40 hitch money.
No registration fee.
4. In event of breakage, draw must be retaken.
Repair time at Judge’s discretion.
5. One driver to a team. One man may drive more than
one team.
6. Disqualifying may be done from failing to hitch in one
minute or three attempts to hitch, profane language,
unnecessary roughness in handling team, failing to
remain in drawing area.
7. No line slaps allowed.
PRIZES: 1st - $100, 2nd - $85, 3rd - $70
Sponsored by: Tweed Veterinary Services
•• Each team must take two draws to qualify for
$40 hitch money.
HEAVY/LIGHT HORSE PULLS 12:00 PM
(Track)
CHAIRPERSON: Steve Gordon 613-477-2091
1. Light Horses - 3400lbs
2. Heavy Horse - 3400lbs and up
PRIZES: 1st - $200, 2nd - $150, 3rd - $110
Ottawa Valley Assoc. Sanctioned Pull
Sponsored by: Drains Poultry & Hastings County Federation
of Agriculture
•• Each team must take two draws to qualify for
$70 hitch money.
SATURDAY, JULY 7TH
GATES OPEN AT 10:00 AM
KARAOKE CONTEST
12:30 PM, 1:30 PM & 2:00 pm
(Under the LLBO Tent)
No Alcohol Permitted outside licenced area
AMATEURS ONLY
CHAIRPERSON: Tracey Booth 613-849-8016
KIDS
12:30
No registration fee
Must be 12 years and under
PRIZES:
1st - $50, 2nd - $30, 3rd - $20 + Medallions
Sponsored by: Tweed Legion
TEENS
1:00 PM
No registration fee
Ages 13 to 17 years
PRIZES:
1st - $60, 2nd - $40, 3rd - $30 + Medallions
Sponsored by: Tweed Legion
ADULTS
2:00 PM
$5.00 registration fee/person
Followed by Open Mic until 7:00 pm
PRIZES:
1st - $150, 2nd - $100, 3rd - $60
DEMO DERBY 7:00 PM
(Track)
Contact Wayne 613-478-3534 or Elsie 613-354-5136.
Cory Lessard 613-848-7501
All drivers and crew must pay admission to the grounds.
Entry Fee
$40.00 a late fee will apply after June 23rd.
Categories:
Straight Stock Truck
Full Size Straight Stock
Mini class 4&6 cylinder
Powder Puff - entries control the class
No Alcohol Permitted outside licenced area
All NEW rules & regulations are on our website
www.tweedfair.net or by calling Wayne/Elsie/Cory.
Sponsored by:
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All weekend
under the tent!
Fri. 9PM - 1AM • Sat. 9PM - 1AM • Sunday 11am - 6pm
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Admission is $5.00 per person.
12 and under FREE
Custom Farming
Hay & Straw
Snow Removal
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Discount Ride Tickets
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PERFORMANCE HORSE SHOW
9:00 AM (Ring)
•• Entries must be received by Thursday, June 21st or a
$5.00 late fee per horse/rider combination will apply.
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SUNDAY, JULY 8TH
GATES OPEN AT 10:00 AM
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CHAIRPERSON: Mallory Mumford 705-243-1576
[email protected]
Entries per class and ages are as follows:
Pony
$2.00/Class
Youth/Adult
$3.00/Class
PRIZES:
Pony: 1st - $15, 2nd - $10, 3rd - $7, 4th - $5
Youth/Adult: 1st - $20, 2nd - $15, 3rd - $10, 4th - $5
Sponsored by: Thrasher Feeds
18 years and under must wear an approved riding helmet - no
exceptions!
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CLASSES:
1. Pony Halter (12 & under)
2. Youth Halter (13 -18)
3. Adult Halter (19 & over)
4. Pony Showmanship (12 & under)
5. Youth Showmanship (13 -18)
6. Adult Showmanship (19 & over)
7. Pony English Pleasure (12 & under)
8. Youth English Pleasure (13 -18)
9. Adult English Pleasure (19 & over)
10. Pony English Equitation (12 & under)
11. Youth English Equitation (13 -18)
12. Adult English Equitation (19 & over)
13. Open Hunter Hack
14. Open Hunter Over Fences 2’
15. Pony Command (12 & under)
16. Youth Command (13 -18)
17. Adult Command (19 & over)
18. Open Trail
19. Pony Western Pleasure (12 & under)
20. Youth Western Pleasure (13 - 18)
21. Adult Western Pleasure (19 & over)
22. Pony Western Horsemanship (12 & under)
23. Youth Western Horsemanship (13 - 18)
24. Adult Western Horsemanship (19 & over)
25. Pony Fun Class (12 & under)
26. Youth Fun Class (13 - 18)
27. Adult Fun Class (19 & over)
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SUNDAY, JULY 8TH
GATES OPEN AT 10:00 AM
DAIRY CATTLE 10:00 AM
CHAIRPERSON: Tim Hunt 613-478-6143
CLASS 6 - Holstein
CLASS 7 - Coloured Breeds
CHAIRPERSON: Tara Palmateer & Samantha Robinson
PRIZES: Sec. 1-12: 1st - $50, 2nd - $30, 3rd - $30, 4th - $15
Sec. 7&12: additional ribbons
SPECIAL: Breeder’s Herd - a group of three (3) animals (all breeds) to be owned and bred by exhibitor.
PRIZES: 1st - $35, 2nd - $25, 3rd $20, 4th - $15
4H ACHIEVEMENT DAY - DAIRY 10:30 AM
(Barns)
TWEED/STIRLING & SOUTH HASTINGS DAIRY 4-H CLUB
CHAIRPERSON: Tim Hunt 613-478-6143
Leaders: Tim Hunt, Amanda Jeffs, Terri Hannah & Brian Sills
Calves are to be at the Fairgrounds Sunday July 7th by 10:00 am.
Judging begins at 10:30 am. All health and animal regulations will
apply. Calves should be shown according to the following classes:
11.
Novice Showmanship
12.
Junior Showmanship
13. Intermediate Showmanship
14. Senior Showmanship
15.
Grand Champion
16.
Junior Calf - (March 2013)
Intermediate Calf - (Dec 2012 to Feb 2013)
17.
18.
Senior Calf - (Sept 2012 to Nov 2012)
19
Summer Yearling - (June 2012 to Aug 2012)
20. Junior Yearling - (March 2012 to May 2012)
21.
Reserve Champion
Ribbons will be given in each class. Trophies provided by
Tweed Agricultural Society.
SOUTH HASTINGS 4-H CLUB
Edward Huffman
Sandra Osborne Bobby Jarrell
Andrew McCurdy
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Weigh in and registration at 10:30 am at Track. No late
entries. Position will be drawn at registration time.
New for 2013: 1 Class ONLY - Powder Puff Truck Class
Entry fee will apply as regular classes. Class will be
determined on number of entries.
Sponsored by: Deerehaven & Palmateer Abattoir,
Anderson Equipment, County Farms
BABY SHOW 12:00 NOON
(White Building)
CHAIRPERSON:
Cheri Jo Gordon
CLASSES:
1. Girls born Feb 2013 to April 2013
Boys born Feb 2013 to April 2013
2. Girls born Nov 2012 to Jan 2013
Boys born Nov 2012 to Jan 2013
3. Girls born Aug 2012 to Oct 2012
Boys born Aug 2012 to Oct 2012
4. Girls born May 2012 to July 2012
Boys born May 2012 to July 2012
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12:00
12:30
12:30
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1:30
1:30
PRIZES:
1st - Trophy, 2nd & 3rd - Ribbons
Twins: 1st & 2nd Ribbons
Sponsored by: Tweed ValuMart
••• All parents and visitors for the Baby Show are required to
pay regular gate admission. •••
JUNGLE CAT WORLD 1:30 PM (arena)
Sponsored by: Bosley Heating & Cooling
DJ Val (under the tent
11 am ‘til close
TWEED AUTO BODY
ROGER VANNEST
Proprietor
210 Mary Street
Box 129
Tweed, ON K0K 3J0
613-478-3008
Cell: 613-847-5016
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Section 1 - Junior Calf (March 2013 or later)
Section 2 - Intermediate Calf (Dec 2012 to Feb 28 2013)
Section 3 - Senior Calf (Sept 1, 2012 to Nov 30 2013)
Section 4 - Summer Yearling (Jun 1 2012 to Aug 31 2012)
Section 5 - Junior Yearling (Mar 1 2012 to May 31 2012)
Section 6 - SRINT Yearling (Sept 1, 2011 to Feb 2011)
Section 7- Junior Champion
Section 8 - 2 year old (Sept 1 2010 to Aug 31 2011)
Section 9 - 3 year old (Sept 1 2009 to Aug 31 2010)
Section 10 - 4 year old (Sept 1 2008 to Aug 31 2009)
Section 11 - Ages Cow, born prior to Sept 1, 2008
Section 12 - Grand Champion Cow
Leaders:
SUNDAY, JULY 8TH
GATES OPEN AT 10:00 AM
TRUCK & FARM TRACTOR PULLS 12:00 SHARP
(Track)
EXHIBITS- BAKING & CANNING
All exhibits in competition must be as specified or will not
be eligible, and should be placed between 6:00 PM and 8:00 PM
Thursday, July 4 or between 8:00am and 12:00 noon Friday, July 5
in the White Building (where office is). Judging starts at 1:00 PM
on Friday, July 5.
EXHIBITS- BAKING & CANNING
E. Robin Hood - Best Lunchbox Snack Contest
-Butterscotch Cookies - 3 on a plate
Prize: 1st Place only $15
Country Fair Baking Contest 2013
(The following entries must have proof of purchase logo
from pkg. PLUS the recipe attached to each entry.
Robin Hood National Contest
First place winners from both D. & E. Contests
with submission from local fair. Judging will be based
on appearance, taste, texture and recipe creativity.
Senior & Youth Categories - 1st prize only -$100
A. Fleischmann’s Yeast - Best Bread Contest
Multigrain
Prizes: 1st $20 plus gift
Fleischmann’s National Contest:
Winners from each fair with submission of local fair will be
entered in the National Contest. Judging will be based on appearance,
taste, texture and recipe creativity. First place prize $100
F. Crisco Family Favorite Recipe
Crisco Peanut Butter Cookies- 3 on a plate
Prizes: 1st - $25 Product Certificates
2nd-$10 Product Certificates
B. Fleischmann’s Beginners Best Bread
“Youth” Contest
Banana Bread- 2 slices on a plate - one end piece must be
included Prize: $15.00
Fleischmann’s Corn Starch
Best Short Bread National Contest:
Winners from each fair with submission form by
local fair will be entered in national contest. Judging
will be based on appearance, taste, texture and recipe
creativity. Prize: $100.00
Fleischmann’s Baking Powder
and Crown Corn Syrup Contest:
Prizes: 1st: $20.00 plus gift prize
Fleischmann’s Baking Powder and Crown Corn Syrup National Contest:
Winners from each fair with submission form by
local fair will be entered in national contest. Judging
will be based on appearance, taste, texture and recipe
creativity. Prize: $100.00
H. Certo Best Jam or Jelly
Blueberry Jam
Prizes: 1st -$20 prize value
2nd - $10 prize value
Be sure to visit our Sponsors Websites for recipes
and helpful baking hints:
Fleischmann’s - www.fleischmanns.ca
Robin Hood - www.robinhood.ca
Crisco - www.criscocanada.ca
Certo - www.desertcentre.ca
C. Mazola and Bee Hive Baking Contest
Pecan Pie- 1 slice Prizes: 1st $15 plus gift, 2nd $10 plus gift
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Fleischmann’s Corn Starch
Best Short Bread Cookie Contest
Prizes: 1st $20.00 plus gift prize
Crisco National Contest
First place winners of Crisco Contest with
submission of declaration from local fair. Judging
will be based on appearance, taste, texture and
recipe creativity.
Prize: 1st Place only - $100
Fleischmann’s Beginners Best Bread
“Youth” National Contest:
Winners from each fair with submission of local
fair will be entered in the National Contest. Judging
will be based on appearance, taste, texture and recipe
creativity. Prize: 1 of 2 Portable Music Players
D. Robin Hood Family Favorite Recipe
Magic Bars- -3 on a plate
Prizes: 1st: $25 Product Certificates
2nd: $10.00 Product Certificates
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EXHIBITS- BAKING & CANNING
EXHIBITS - JUNIOR CRAFT WORK
Bernardin 2013 Home Canning CONTEST
Craft - Ages 7,8,9:
7. Decorated Flower Pot
8. 6 buttons sewn on a piece of material – max 10” x 10”
9. Landscape drawing with crayons
10.Sock puppet
11.Animal made with leaves
12.A barn made out of a box(approx 6”x8”)
Bernardin Jam/Jelly Award
Blueberry Jam
Prizes: 1st - $20 Gift Certificate & Rosette Prize Ribbon
Bernardin Best of Show Award
Must be submitted with Bernardin Mason Jar & Snap lid. Judging
based on highest accumulated points(fair decides points system)or
judges choice of Best Home Canning Entry from qualifiers.
Prize: $30 Gift Certificates & Rosette Prize Ribbon
BAKING - Ages 7,8,9
5. Unbaked squares – your coice – 2 on a plate named
6. Your favorite cookie – unbaked- needs recipe attached
7. Chocolate Brownies – 1pc
8. Banana Muffins – 2 on a plate
Bernardin Gift Pack Competition
Best Gift Pack submitted using Bernardin Mason Jar & Snap lids.
Judges select winner based on creativity, quality of home canned
product, perceived value and appropriateness of presentation.
Prize: 1st $20 Gift Certificate & Rosette Prize Ribbon
Horticulture - Ages 7,8,9:
3) Collage of leaves on ½ piece of Bristol board - named
4) Bouquet of mixed flowers
PRIZES:1st $5.00, 2nd $4.00, 3rd $3.00
Bernardin Snap Lid/mason Jar Creative Craft
Best decorative or functional homeade craft made using a
Bernardin Mason jar and/or 2 piece Snap Lid as selected by fair
Prize: $20 Gift Certificate & Rosette Prize Ribbon
Craft - Ages 10,11,12:
13.Birthday card for someone special
14.Paper Lantern
15.Article made from wood
16.Pencil sketch of an animal(s)
17.Knitted dishcloth
18.Create something useful out of a jar
Bernardin NATIONAL Gift Pack Competition
Eligibility: first place winner of Bernardin Gift Pack
competition from each fair with entry submission by Local Fair
Convenor.
Prizes: 1st Place $100
2nd & 3rd - $25 each
BAKING - AGES 10, 11 & 12:
9. Chocolate Chip Muffins
10.Hello Dollies
11.Oatmeal Cookies
12.Cupcakes decorated for a party(any)- judge on appearance only
EXHIBITS - JUNIOR CRAFT WORK
Horticulture - Ages 10,11,12
5. Wild One – wild grasses, weeds, flowers in a recycled container
6. A variety of fresh flowers in a vase – foliage may be used
PRIZES: 1st $5.00, 2nd $4.00, 3rd $3.00
CHAIRPERSON: Sylvie Dunham 613-478-3903
COMMITTEE: Val Nugent
•• Note: All Boys & Girls section judged separately
••• Note: The category numbers are in the order that need to
accompany the judges listings. Please take time to tag your entries.
Craft - Ages 4,5,6:
1. Collection of bugs -4 in displayed and named in an egg carton
2. Write your name on a piece of paper
3. Trace your hand on a piece of paper
4. Make a farm animal of play dough
5. Finger Puppet made out of a toilet paper cylinder
6. Make a collage about farming
BAKING - Ages 4,5,6:
1 Rice Krispie shaped like a rainbow - decorated
2. Marshmallow character on a plate - named
3. Cookie dough person
4. Decorate a large cookie for Halloween
Horticulture - Ages 4,5,6:
1) 6 flowers with stem in a vase
2) Make a Bouquet of red and white flowers in a pop can
PRIZES:1st - $5.00, 2nd - $4.00, 3rd - $3.00
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Craft - Ages 13,14,15:
19. Friendship bracelet
20. Print a 8 sentence poem about the fair
21. Pencil Sketch
22. Design a t-shirt celebrating Canada
23. Wind chime from any material
24. A poster on farm safety
BAKING - Ages 13,14,15:
13. Baked Squares –
your favorite – named – 3 pcs.(not rice krispies)
14. Butter Tarts – 2 only
15. Nanimo Bars – 2 only –
16. Box for a friend – shoebox decorated with
at least 3 home made items (any kind)
Horticulture - Ages 13,14,15:
7. Fresh Flower Arrangement – in a vase
8. Picture of your favorite flower/garden
– displayed in a picture frame
PRIZES: 1st $5.00, 2nd $4.00, 3rd $3.00
EXHIBITS - AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHY
AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHY (all specials judged together)
May submit only one photo per exhibitor/special. May be
any of the following categories: One prize per category – all ages
compete together
1) Flowers
2) Pets
3) Farming
4) Best Friends
PRIZES: 1st $7.00, 2nd $5.00, 3rd $4.00
GARDENDING SPECIAL ROOTS & VEGETABLES
•A collection of flowers
• A Variety of vegetables in an
(grown)-not more than 6,
arrangement for the table. At
varieties, displayed in a
least 5 varieties.
Vase.
May be purchased.
• 1st prize only: $8.00
• 1st prize only - $8.00
EXHIBITS - ADULT DOMESTIC SCIENCE
CHAIRPERSON: Jennet Honey 613-478-2843
COMMITTEE: Monica Parks
Lorna Brooks
PIES AND TARTS:
1. Apple Pie – 1 slice
2. Cherry Tarts-– 3 on a plate
3. Peacan Pie – 1 slice
YOUR FAVORITE:
4. Chocolate Magic Bars
5. 3 pcs. Sweet Marie Bars
6. Bran Muffins
EXHIBITS - ADULT DOMESTIC SCIENCE
14E.Gift In a Jar – your favorite cookie recipe
displayed in a mason jar, recipe must be attached,
judged on appearance and display.
PRIZES:
1st $10.00, 2nd $8.00, 3rd $5.00
BOTTLED GOODS:
14.Icicle Pickles
15.Maple Syrup
16.Pickled Beets
17.Dill Pickles
PRIZES: 1st $8.00, 2nd $6.00, 3rd $4.00
CANNED FRUIT, JAMS AND JELLIES:
18.Strawberry Freezer Jam
19.Blueberry Jam
20.Apple Jelly
PRIZES:
1st $8.00, 2nd $6.00, 3rd $4.00
ANTIQUES :
21.Antique Item – painted - OPEN
22.Wooden Bowl
23.Tea Pot
24.Iron
25.Clock
26.Item for the Kitchen - OPEN
PRIZES:
1st $8.00, 2nd $6.00, 3rd $4.00
COOKIES, SQUARES AND MUFFINS:
All items must be 3 to a plate – muffins with no linings
ASSORTED HOME-MADE PRODUCTS:
All Breads 2 slices on a plate, 2 items per plate
13A.
13B.
13C.
13D.
Date Squares
Banana Bread
Date & Nut Loaf
Zuchinni Bread
PRIZES:
1st $8.00, 2nd $6.00, 3rd $4.00
FAIR SPECIALS:
14A.Birthday cake, decorated to theme,
can be mixed cake mix, appearance only.
14B.Fruit Cake – light or dark – 3 pieces on a plate
14C.Carrot Pineapple Cake with
Cream Cheese icing – 1 piece – 3”x 3”
14D.Cinnamon Buns- 3 on a plate
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12. 3 Cupcakes – decorated for theme
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EXHIBITS - ADULT CRAFT WORK
CHAIRPERSON: Sylvie Dunham 613-478-3903
Jennet Honey 613-478-2843
HOME ACCESSORIES:
1. Wine Stopper
2. Hand Soap (pump jar-decorated)
3. Canning Jar lids craft – be creative
CREATIVE CRAFTS:
4. Christmas Candy Dish
5. Scrap Book Page
6. Dishcloths – 1 knit & 1 crocheted - attached
SEWING AND NEEDLEWORK:
7. OPEN – Cross Stitch
8. Crochet Children’s Hat
9. Mitten’s for Mitten tree- Donated to Community Care
10. Denim Apron
TEEN CORNER:
11. Christmas Wreath
12. Denim Pocket Picture Frame
13. Vegetable Garden markers- set of 4
14. Picture Frame Wreath
PHOTOGRAPHY:
15. Costumed Person
16. Proud Moments
17. Abandoned Building – black & white only
18. Waterscape – any view –
EXHIBITS - ADULT CRAFT WORK
AFGHANS
27. Knit
28. Crochet
PRIZES: 1st $8.00, 2nd 6.00, 3rd $4.00
QUILTS
OPEN:
28. Open pieced quilt: 72” x 90” or larger
PRIZES:1st $15.00, 2nd $10.00, 3rd $8.00
2013 Quilt Special – Bear Claw – 72x90 or larger
PRIZES: 1st $25.00, 2nd $20.00, 3rd $15.00
QUILT SPECIAL:-2014
Dresden Plate
ART WORK- Open Medium
29. Still Life
30. Animals
37. Birds
38. Building – any medium
PRIZES:1st $8.00 , 2nd $6.00, 3rd $4.00
OLD TIME FAVORITES:
19. Children’s Bib
20. Hat – knit
21. Housewarming gift – your choice
22. Baby booties
CELEBRATIONS:
23. Spring Wreath
24. Christmas Stocking
25. Easter Decoration
26. Thanksgiving Table Arrangement
27. 3 Halloween Treat Bag - OPEN
1 show
only!!!
sunday
July 8th
1:30 pm
@ Tweed
Arena
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Gardening Special for 2013
GARDENING SPECIAL
A collection of flowers (grown) – not more than 6 varieties, displayed
in a vegetable (vegetable may be purchased)
Prize: $10.00
EXHIBITS - R00ts & Vegetables
ROOTS & VEGETABLES
CHAIRPERSON: Darlene Elson 613-478-5174
Specials
9. A variety of 5 vegetables displayed in attractive
container - creativity and arrangement judged
PrizeS: #1-#8 - 1st - $8., 2nd $6., 3rd $4.
#9&#10- 1st $10, 2nd $8. 3rd $6.
ROOTS & VEGETABLES:
1. 3 green tomatoes - on a plate
2. 1 squash - any size
3. 3 cucumber dill (at least 3”long)
4. 3 beets - on a plate
5. 3 carrots - on a plate
6. 1 Sunflower Head
7. 5 beans on a plate
8. 3 table potatoes on a plate
EXHIBITS - HOrticulture
HORTICULTURE
1. African Violet - 5 blooms
2. One Bloom your choice with foilage in a vase
3. Calendulas - 5 blooms
4. Asters - 3 stems
5. Dahlias - with own foliage-3 blooms
6. Delphinum -one spike-named if possible
7. Gladioli - 3 spikes
8. Hemerocallis/Day Lilies - bouquet any color-any variety
9. Lilies - True Lilies-bouquet any color-any variety
10. Petunias-ruffled - 3 blooms any kind
11. Marigolds - under 3” bloom - 7 blooms
12. Impatiens (3 or more blooms)
13. Petunias - 5 blooms- same variety
14. Phlox - 3 stems - 12” to 15” tall
15. Rose - full bloom - hybrid tea - own foliage
16. Rose Floribunda-2 stems -with own foliage
17. Salvia - 5 spikes - with own foliage
18. One Flowering Begonia
19. Collection of Herbs- named in a suitable container
20. Zinnias - 5 blooms - 3 inches and over
21. Any Mixed Bouquet
22. Collection of perennials - 3 different kinds 3 stems each
Potted Plants
23. Coleus grown in 2013
24. Flowering Begonia
25. Impatients
26. Most unusual plant - named
27. Geranium - Pelargonium -in bloom-new plant started
in 2013
28. Houseplant - in bloom -name variety
29. Cactus/succulent - one or more varities
Prizes: 1st $7, 2nd $5, 3rd $4.
Flower Special
1. Window Box - a mix of annuals and trailing
plants/greenery
2. Dish Garden - be creative
3. Country Delight - display of mixed flowers
4. Prarie Gold -Floral design using grains, leaves, flowers
not to exceed 18”- in basket w/handle
5. Mixed Hanging Basket - 2 or more varieties
Prizes: 1st $10, 2nd $8., 3rd $6.
Sponsored by: Fresh Landscape
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EXHIBITS - HORTICULTURE
SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS
GRAINS & SEEDS
Without their help the Fair would not be possible.
CHAIRPERSON: Matthew Dunham 613-920-3631
•• 1-8 in mason jars, all hay must be wrapped in clear plastic.
Only 1 entry per farm per class. All hay classes must be
displayed in clear plastic bags or wrap.
1. Spring Wheat
2. Winter Wheat
3. Oats
4. Barely
5. Mixed Grains
6. Soy Beans - cluster of 6 plants, no roots
7. Red Clover
8. Sheath of Oats
9. Hay Silage: 2012, pail
PRIZES:
1-9: 1st - $6.00, 2nd - $5.00, 3rd - 4.00
GRAIN & SEED SPECIALS:
10. Best Agricultural Display
11. Collection of Grains, not less than 3 varieties - must be in clear plastic
FORAGE SPECIALS:
12. 1 square bale of hay first cut: 2012
13. 1 square bale of hay second cut: 2012
KIDS SPECIALS:
14. Largest bale of twine
PRIZES:
10-14: 1st $10.00
• Note: the following list is updated only as time of publishing this book.
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J & F FARMS
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PALMATEER’S ABATTOIR
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RASHOTTE HOME BUILDING CENTRE
THRASHERS GARDEN CENTRE
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AT PRESS TIME WE THANK YOU ••
We would like to pay a special thanks to the Municipality of
Tweed, Tweed Firefighters and The Arena Board for the use of
equipment and buildings.
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