2021 Homecraft and Agriculture Competitions

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Field Crop Department

FIELD CROP DEPARTMENT

SECTION 24

Director in Charge: Michael Cavanagh (613) 402-6985 michael.cavanagh@northerncu.com

Kurtis Armstrong (613) 229-4004 kurtis.armstrong@hotmail.com or Ryan Foley (613) 294-9526 ryanfoleycarpfair@hotmail.ca

If you have any questions, please call the Directors in Charge at the above number.

A list of entries must be in the Carp Fair Office by 8:00 pm Monday, September 20th, 2021, in order that entries may be processed. Exhibits are to be placed Wednesday, September 22nd, 2021, from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm, or before 9:30 am on Thursday, September 23rd, 2021 in the Exhibit Hall. Judging will take place on Thursday, September 23rd, 2021 commencing at 10:00 am. This is closed to the public. Exhibits are lifted between 5:30 to 6:00 pm on Sunday, September 26th, 2021. Exhibits left after 6:00 pm on Sunday may be claimed in the Exhibit Hall on Monday, September 27th, 2021 before 8:00 am. The Carp Agricultural Society will not assume any responsibility for exhibits left on any Society premises after 6:00 pm on Sunday.

The entry fee is 10% of the prize money retained.

IMPORTANT TO EXHIBITORS:

  1. The fields have been judged previously.
  2. Please take note the specifications of the samples required to be judged.
  3. Sample bags may be picked up at the fair office during office hours 8:00 am to 4:00 pm, before Wednesday, September 22nd, 2021

Prizes: 1st: $30, 2nd: $25, 3rd: $20, 4th: $18, 5th: $15, 6th: $12, 7th: $10, 8th: $8, 9th: $7, 10th: $5

1.

Mixed hay – 80% legume-20% grasses, exhibit to a sample of dry hay ( first cut)

Possible Score: 100 points for field, 25 points for sample

2.

Grass Hay – Any grass or legume/grass mixture less than 80%-20%

Exhibit to be a sample of dry (first cut). Possible score: 100points for field, 25 points for sample

3.

Ensilage Corn- exhibit to be 6 stalks of corn

Possible score: 100 points for field, 25 points for stalks

4.

Grain Corn - exhibit to be 6 ears of corn.

Possible score: 100 points for field, 25 points for ears

5.

Mixed Grain - exhibit to be a 2 lb sample

Possible score: 100 points for field, 25 points for sample

6.

Barley - Exhibit to be a 2 lb sample

Possible score: 100 points for field, 25 points for sample

7.

Soybeans - Exhibit to be shown as a sheaf, 6 in a sheaf, cut off roots on bean.

Possible score: 100 points for field, 25 points for the sample.

8.

Spring wheat - Exhibit to be 2 lb sample

Possible score: 100 points for in field, 25 points for the sample

9.

Winter wheat - Exhibit to be 2 lb sample

Possible score : 100 points for field, 25 points for the sample

TROPHIES

Tophy: Awarded to the exhibitor with the highest score for any three field & samples judged in this department

GRAHAM ARMSTRONG MEMORIAL TROPHY

A trophy and voucher will be awarded to the entrant with the highest combined total of two field scores, any of the crops. The sample scores do not count toward this trophy. It is based solely on the field score. Donated by Blair Armstrong, Donnie Cavanagh, & Matt Munro.

KINBURN FARM SUPPLY TROPHY

A trophy will be donated by John Herrick, Kinburn Farm Supply, Kinburn, to the exhibitor with the highest score for any three fields & samples judged in this department.

Grand Champion Barley –Sponsored in part and a trophy and voucher donated by Carp Flour Mills, Carp, to the overall winner of the three barley classes – Field Crops, Grains & Seeds, and 4-H.

Grains and Seeds Department

GRAINS & SEEDS DEPARTMENT

SECTION 25

Director in Charge: Director in Charge: Michael Cavanagh (613) 402-6985 michael.cavanagh@notherncu.com

Kurtis Armstrong (613) 229-4004 kurstis.armstrong@hotmail.com or Ryan Foley (613) 294-9526 ryanfoleycarpfair@hotmail.ca

If you have any questions, please call the Director in Charge at the above number.

A list of entries must be in the Carp Fair Office by 8:00 pm Monday, September 20th, 2021, in order that entries may be processed. Exhibits are to be placed Wednesday, September 22nd, 2021, from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm, or before 9:30 am on Thursday, September 23rd, 2021 in the Exhibit Hall. Judging will take place on Thursday, September 23rd, 2021 commencing at 10:00 am. This is closed to the public. Exhibits are lifted between 5:30 to 6:00 pm on Sunday, September 26th, 2021. Exhibits left after 6:00 pm on Sunday may be claimed in the Exhibit Hall on Monday, September 27th, 2021 before 8:00 am. The Carp Agricultural Society will not assume any responsibility for exhibits left on any Society premises after 6:00 pm on Sunday.

The entry fee is 10% of the prize money retained.

IMPORTANT TO EXHIBITORS:

Please take note of the specifications of the samples required to be judged. Sample bags may be picked up from the Fair office before Wednesday, September 22nd, 2021.

Prizes: 1st: $10, 2nd: $8, 3rd: $7, 4th: $6, 5th: $5, 6th: $4

1.

Medium or late oats - 2lb sample

2.

Barley - 2lb sample

3.

Small white beans - 2lb sample

4.

Soybeans - 2lb sample

5.

Sheaf of oats - One 2 inch diameter

6.

Sheaf of barley - One 2 inch diameter

7.

Sheaf of wheat - One 2 inch diameter

8.

Ensilage corn - Six stalks

9.

Grain corn - Six ears

10.

Mixed hay - 80% legume, 20% grasses, two 4 inch flakes

11.

Hay - First cut grass hay, two 4 inch flakes

12.

Hay - Second cut, two 4 inch flakes

13.

Sunflowers - 3 stalks

To be judged on size, uniformity and maturity

14.

Haylage - First cut

Fruits and Vegetables Department

FRUITS & VEGETABLES DEPARTMENT

SECTION 26

Director in Charge: Stephen Johnson (613) 791-8775 stephenj90@hotmail.com

If you have any questions, please contact the Director in Charge.

Judge: Amy Leroy

A list of entries must be in the Carp Fair Office by 8:00 pm Monday, September 20th, 2021, in order that entries may be processed. Exhibits are to be placed Wednesday, September 22nd, 2021, from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm, or before 9:30 am on Thursday, September 23rd, 2021 in the Exhibit Hall. Judging will take place on Thursday, September 23rd, 2021 commencing at 10:00 am. This is closed to the public. Exhibits are lifted between 5:30 to 6:00 pm on Sunday, September 26th, 2021. Exhibits left after 6:00 pm on Sunday may be claimed in the Exhibit Hall on Monday, September 27th, 2021 before 8:00 am. The Carp Agricultural Society will not assume any responsibility for exhibits left on any Society premises after 6:00 pm on Sunday.

The entry fee is 10% of the prize money retained.

The Public Health Act (sec.32) states “Hazardous food … shall be maintained, transported and offered for sale at a temperature not lower than 5 degrees Celsius or not higher than 60 degrees Celsius.” Because of these regulations there will be no bake sale at the time of lifting of exhibits.

Classes 1-3 - Potatoes:

Prizes: $6, $5, $4

1.

Potatoes, 3 Litre basket red brushed and named

2.

Potatoes, White 3 litre basket brushed and named

3.

Potatoes, Yellow, 3 litre basket brushed and named

Vegetable Classes:

Prizes: $5, $4, $3

4.

Turnips, 2 Table

5.

Beets, 5 Table

6.

Cabbages, Red 2 Heads

7.

Cabbages, White 2 Heads

8.

Garlic, 4 bulbs hardsoft neck variety uniform shape size not less than 2"

9.

Carrots, 5, short 3-5 inches length

10.

Carrots, 5 long over 5 inches in length

11.

Celery, 2 Heads

12.

Onions, 5 Yellow

13.

Onions, 5 Multipliers - Above Crown

14.

Parsnips, 5

15.

Edible Parsleys, 4 Stalks

16.

Red Peppers, 3 Sweet

17.

Green Peppers, 3 Sweet

18.

Jalapeno Peppers, 3

19.

Any Other Hot Peppers, 3

20.

Odd Shaped Vegetables

21.

Odd Shaped Vegetable- Identified, decorated, named

22.

Pumpkin, 1 Field

23.

Pumpkin, 2 Yellow Pie

24.

Squash, 1 Field

25.

Squash, 2 Pepper

26.

Squash,1 Hubbard

27.

Zucchinis, 3 not to exceed 8 inches

28.

Zucchinis, heaviest any variety

29.

Zucchinis, longest any type

30.

Rope or braid of onions or garlic minimum length 12"

31.

A Jack O'Lantern Judged by the current President's

Fruit Classes:

Prizes: $5, $4, $3

32.

Watermelon, 1

33.

Cantaloupes, 2

34.

Grapes, 3 lbs

35.

Tomatoes, 5 Red

36.

Tomatoes, 5 Italian

37.

Tomatoes, 5 Pink

38.

Tomatoes, 5 Cherry

39.

Tomato collections varieties named

40.

Apples, 5 MacIntosh

41.

Apples, 5 Melba

42.

Crab Apples, 1 dozen any variety

43.

Apples, 5 any other variety not listed

44.

4 Litre basket of apples variety named

45.

Pears, 5

JUNIOR CLASSES - UNDER 16 YEARS BOYS & GIRLS:

Prizes: $5, $4, $3

46.

Junior Section - Odd shaped fruit identified

47.

Junior Section - Odd shaped fruit decorated and named must be identified

48.

Junior Section - Odd shaped vegetable

ORGANIC VEGETABLES

"Organically grown" food is food grown and processed using no synthetic fertilizers or pesticides. Pesticides derived from natural sources (e.g. biological pesticides) may be used in producing organically grown food. This category is open to certified and uncertified organic growers. Those growers not holding an annual certificate as an organic farmer may submit a personal declaration that their produce is organically grown.

Organic Vegetables:

Prizes: $5, $4, $3

49.

Carrots, 5, Short 3-5 Inches Tops trimmed 1/2 Inch Above Crown

50.

Carrots, 5, long over 5 inches length tops 1/2 inch above crown

51.

Red Peppers, 3, Sweet - Organic

52.

Tomatoes, 5, Red - Organic

53.

Tomatoes, 5, Italian - Organic

54.

Tomatoes, 5, Pink - Organic

55.

Tomatoes, 5, Cherry - Organic

SPECIAL CLASSES:

Prizes: $15, $10, $5

100.

Best Collection Of Vegetables Include Tomatoes - Maximum 15 Kinds Of Vegetables 2 items of each kind, the number and arrangement to be considered. No store bought produce is to be included in this collection. All vegetables should be named and the variety listed with the collection. The arrangement is not to exceed 3' X 2'. All parts of the collection are to be edible except the container.

101.

Field Pumpkin, Squash or Long Gourd. Judged by weight or length only Entries must be in on Wednesday night September 25th, before 9:00 pm.

GRAND CHAMPION GIANT FIELD PUMPKIN - IN MEMORY OF CONNOR ENGELBERTS

A trophy will be awarded to the entry with the highest score in weight and overall appearance.
Judging will be completed by the director in charge. The winner agrees to donate the pumpkin to the Carp Agricultural Society in order to be auctioned the support of The Engelberts Family. Trophy donated by friends of Connor Engelberts.

Maple Syrup Department

MAPLE SYRUP DEPARTMENT

SECTION 27

Director in Charge: Krista Jefferies (613) 355-4271 lkjeffe@sympatico.ca

If you have any questions, please contact the Director in Charge.

A list of entries must be in the Carp Fair Office by 8:00 pm Monday, September 20th, 2021, in order that entries may be processed. Exhibits are to be placed Wednesday, September 22nd, 2021, from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm, or before 9:30 am on Thursday, September 23rd, 2021 in the Exhibit Hall. Judging will take place on Thursday, September 23rd, 2021 commencing at 10:00 am. This is closed to the public. Exhibits are lifted between 5:30 to 6:00 pm on Sunday, September 26th, 2021. Exhibits left after 6:00 pm on Sunday may be claimed in the Exhibit Hall on Monday, September 27th, 2021 before 8:00 am. The Carp Agricultural Society will not assume any responsibility for exhibits left on any Society premises after 6:00 pm on Sunday.

The entry fee is 10% of the prize money retained.

There is a sample kit in the office available to help decide the proper class for syrup. The syrup must be a 2021product and is to be displayed in one(1) 250 ml curved kent bottle per section. THESE BOTTLES ARE AVAILABLE IN THE OFFICE FOR A FEE OF $1.00 PER BOTTLE.

IMPORTANT TO EXHIBITORS:

  • Please note the updated colour classes for grading: Golden, Amber, Dark, Very Dark.
  • Professional exhibitors are prohibited from entry in these classes.
  • Please read class specifications carefully.
  • The Public Health Act (sec.32) states “Hazardous food … shall be maintained, transported and offered for sale at a temperature not lower than 5 degrees Celsius or not higher than 60 degrees Celsius.” Because of these regulations there will be no bake sale at the time of lifting of exhibits.

SCORE CARD
Density 30%, Clarity 15%, Flavour 30% & Color 25%

Prizes: 1st: $20, 2nd: $15, 3rd: $10, 4th: $8, 5th: $5

Classes:

1.

Golden

2.

Amber

3.

Dark

4.

Very dark

5.

Maple butter

6.

Best display of maple syrup products - not to exceed 2"x 2"- Consideration will be given to the variety of products and the attractiveness of the display. Commercially manufactured products cannot be included.

Prizes: 1st: $25, 2nd: $20, 3rd: $15, others: $10

7.

Maple syrup candy - 6 soft or hard pieces displayed

Prizes: 1st: $25, 2nd: $20, 3rd: $15, others: $10

Honey Department

HONEY DEPARTMENT

SECTION 28

Director in Charge: Krista Jefferies (613) 355-4271 lkjeffe@sympatico.ca

If you have any questions, please contact the Director in Charge.

A list of entries must be in the Carp Fair Office by 8:00 pm Monday, September 20th, 2021, in order that entries may be processed. Exhibits are to be placed Wednesday, September 22nd, 2021, from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm, or before 9:30 am on Thursday, September 23rd, 2021 in the Exhibit Hall. Judging will take place on Thursday, September 23rd, 2021 commencing at 10:00 am. This is closed to the public. Exhibits are lifted between 5:30 to 6:00 pm on Sunday, September 26th, 2021. Exhibits left after 6:00 pm on Sunday may be claimed in the Exhibit Hall on Monday, September 27th, 2021 before 8:00 am. The Carp Agricultural Society will not assume any responsibility for exhibits left on any Society premises after 6:00 pm on Sunday.

The entry fee is 10% of the prize money retained.

The honey is to be a 2021 product and is to be displayed in a 500ml jar.

SCORE - Liquid honey

Colour 5%, Moisture 15%, Clarity 10%, Freedom from granulation 10%, Freedom from froth & impurities 15%, Brightness 20%, Flavour 20%, Evenness of fill 5%

The Public Health Act (sec.32) states “Hazardous food … shall be maintained, transported and offered for sale at a temperature not lower than 5 degrees Celsius or not higher than 60 degrees Celsius.” Because of these regulations there will be no bake sale at the time of lifting of exhibits.

Prizes: 1st: $20, 2nd: $15, 3rd: $10, 4th: $8, 5th: $5

Classes:

1.

Light

2.

Golden

3.

Amber

4.

Comb Honey 3" x 4" block in a commercial foil container

5.

Beeswax - 2 samples to be shown

6.

Article made from beeswax - e.g. candles, lip balm, etc.

7.

Creamed honey

8.

Chunk honey

9.

Best display of honey products - not to exceed 2' x 2' Consideration will be given to the variety of products and the attractiveness of the display. Commercially manufactured products cannot be included.

Prizes: 1st: $25, 2nd: $20, 3rd: $15, others: $10

Flowers Department

FLOWER DEPARTMENT

SECTION 29

Directors in Charge: Hannah Cox, (613) 894-9828 hannah@heritagegrade.com

Ashley Caldwell (613) 808-5704 caldwellashley9@gmail.com & Patricia Boyd (613) 878-5308 boyd.patricia@hotmail.com

If you have any questions, please contact the Director in Charge.

SPECIAL THANK YOU TO BEV & STAN COWAN, WOODLAWN, ON

FOR BEING THE MAJOR SPONSOR OF THE FLOWER DEPARTMENT

A list of entries must be in the Carp Fair Office by 8:00 pm Monday, September 20th, 2021, in order that entries may be processed. Exhibits are to be placed Wednesday, September 22nd, 2021, from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm, or before 9:30 am on Thursday, September 23rd, 2021 in the Exhibit Hall. Judging will take place on Thursday, September 23rd, 2021 commencing at 10:00 am. This is closed to the public. Exhibits are lifted between 5:30 to 6:00 pm on Sunday, September 26th, 2021. Exhibits left after 6:00 pm on Sunday may be claimed in the Exhibit Hall on Monday, September 27th, 2021 before 8:00 am. The Carp Agricultural Society will not assume any responsibility for exhibits left on any Society premises after 6:00 pm on Sunday.

The entry fee is 10% of the prize money retained.

IMPORTANT TO EXHIBITORS:

  1. Articles entered in any Class (1 - 45) must not be entered in the Specials Classes (100 - 111). Exhibitors must use containers which are suitable and not upset easily. Professional exhibitors are prohibited from entering any classes.
  2. All flowers and blooms exhibited must be grown by the exhibitor.
  3. No purchased, plastic or silk flowers may be used.

HINTS FOR THE EXHIBITORS IN THIS SECTION:

  1. All exhibits should be arranged attractively.
  2. Cut flowers are to be shown on long stems and where possible, with foliage.
  3. For taller stems and larger containers, use of cedar is recommended to hold stems in place.
  4. Cedar used as a filler should not show above the container level.
  5. Flowers should be as uniform as possible.
  6. Make sure to measure the diameter of the blooms and enter the proper size by class.
  7. A spray is a portion of a plant with a number of flowers.
  8. A stem is a plant structure carrying one or more flowers and/or buds.
  9. A bloom is an individual flower, one to a stem.
  10. If a bud is not opened and not showing any colour, it does not count as a bloom and it is a good idea to remove it.
  11. Exhibits must contain the exact number of flowers specified for the class.
  12. Do not leave seed heads on the exhibit.
  13. Watch for wilted petals.
  14. Remove debris from pot.
  15. In dahlia classes, green centers should not be showing and the blooms should be at approx. a 45 degree angle from the stem.
  16. Ideal gladiolus spikes should show 1/3 open, 1/3 bud and 1/3 green.
  17. A snapdragon may have more than 1 spike; note what is specified for the class.
  18. African violets should contain only a single crown in a pot.
  19. Sedum light and dark classes are differentiated by colour of stem
  20. In a floral arrangement there should be no leaves in the water
  21. Cut flowers should be in water

NOTE: Please read the class specifications carefully. No entries shall exceed 18 inches in height or width, unless otherwise stated.

AWARDS:

West Carleton Garden Club Award

Green Thumb Award

Prizes: 1st: $5, 2nd: $4, 3rd: $3

CUT CLASSES:

(Please display in a recyclable container if you do not wish to have your flowers returned after the Fair).

1.

Sedum, Light - 3 stems no higher than 15

Exhibitor with highest total points in the Department

2.

Sedum, Dark - 3 stems no higher than 15" (copy)

Exhibitor with most entries in the department as a whole

3.

Hosta; any small variety

- 2 stems; leaf size not to exceed 10"

4.

Hosta; any large variety

- 2 stems; leaf size not to exceed 18"

5.

Sunflower, 3 blooms not to exceed 8" diameter.

Must be on stems and in water.

6.

Dahlia, 3 blooms under 6 inches diameter

7.

Marigold, 3 blooms, less than 2 inches diameter

8.

Snapdragon - 3 spikes, not to exceed 15”

9.

Rose - 1 bloom, any colour or size

10.

Chrysthanthemums, 3 blooms any colour or size

11.

Panicle Hydrangea, 2 sprays

Not to exceed 18" from the rim of the container

12.

Gladiolas, 3 spikes any colour

13.

Daisy, 3 sprays

14.

Herbs 3 varieties

- 3 stems each, named and displayed in a mason jar with water

15.

Any annual flower not listed, please name variety

HOUSE PLANTS:

(Please bring your plant in a pot and we will keep it safe until you come for pick up after the Fair!)

16.

Family Heirloom Plant,

any variety - please attach a letter telling us the story of your plant!

17.

Most unusual plant! - named if possible, pot not to exceed 8”

18.

Succulent Arrangement, any variety

19.

Cactus - not to exceed 8"

20.

Air plant

Please bring in a container for display!)

21.

Snake Plant - pot not to exceed 8”

22.

Aloe Vera Plant - pot not to exceed 8”

23.

Coleus - pot not to exceed 8”

SPECIAL CLASSES - Individual Flower Arrangements -:

No entry to exceed 12” in width

24.

Gone Fishin! - An arrangement including fishing items

25.

Wild at Heart

Arrangement using wild flowers; container of your choice

26.

Carp Fair Colours

An arrangement of red flowers

27.

Head, Heart, Hands, Health

A Green and White centerpiece for a 4-H event.

28.

Tea Time

An arrangement including a teapot or other tea items

29.

These boots are made for flowers!

An arrangement inside a pair of boots (any style)

VIRTUAL CLASS:

30.

Garden Walk:

Please record a video walking around your garden and telling us all about it.

Video to be less than 30 seconds. Submission must EITHER be emailed to the Fairboard office with the subject line to indicate class and exhibitor OR sent via Facebook Messenger with the name of the exhibitor and class number clearly indicated. . Winner will be the judge's favorite video!

Culinary Science Department

CULINARY SCIENCE DEPARTMENT

SECTION 30

Directors in Charge: Lana Dean (613) 880-0005 mrfeeds@mrfeeds.ca

Shannon Gillan (613) 620-0132 shannongillan90@gmail.com or Ashley Wilson (613) 880-7504 ashley.wilson94@hotmail.com

If you have any questions, please contact the Director in Charge.

A list of entries must be in the Carp Fair Office by 8:00 pm Monday, September 20th, 2021, in order that entries may be processed. Exhibits are to be placed Wednesday, September 22nd, 2021, from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm, or before 9:30 am on Thursday, September 23rd, 2021 in the Exhibit Hall. Judging will take place on Thursday, September 23rd, 2021 commencing at 10:00 am. This is closed to the public. Exhibits are lifted between 5:30 to 6:00 pm on Sunday, September 26th, 2021. Exhibits left after 6:00 pm on Sunday may be claimed in the Exhibit Hall on Monday, September 27th, 2021 before 8:00 am. The Carp Agricultural Society will not assume any responsibility for exhibits left on any Society premises after 6:00 pm on Sunday.

The entry fee is 10% of the prize money retained.

RULES FOR EXHIBITORS:

Please read the prize list carefully - entries presented incorrectly will be disqualified at the Judge's discretion. Classes are open to all ages unless specified. One article cannot be shown in more than one section. All food entries need to be in clean plastic bags. Please attach entry tags to plates.

TIPS FOR EXHIBITORS - Score for baked goods

  • 30% General appearance
  • 30% Internal appearance
  • 40% Flavour & Aroma

Please display the number of items as indicated in the prize list, and display as requested. In classes 1-22 & 102-113, the first, second & third place entries will be exhibited during the fair. Food items that do not place in the top three will be donated to the Shepherds of Good Hope. No holding due to regulations.

The Public Health Act (sec.32) states “Hazardous food … shall be maintained, transported and offered for sale at a temperature not lower than 5 degrees Celsius or not higher than 60 degrees Celsius.” Because of these regulations there will be no bake sale at the time of lifting of exhibits.

PLEASE READ RULES FOR EXHIBITORS AND TIPS FOR EXHIBITORS CAREFULLY

BREAD:

Prizes: 1st: $7, 2nd: $5, 3rd: $4

1.

White bread

Not from a bread maker, no glazing, whole loaf (consistently brown, knead well)

2.

Bread - Whole wheat, yeast

60% whole wheat, no molasses, no glazing, whole loaf

3.

Multi-Grain Bread - whole loaf

4.

Raisin Loaf - no glazing, whole loaf

5.

Cheese Loaf - whole loaf

6.

Three Individual White Rolls

7.

Three Clover Leaf White Rolls

COOKIE TIPS:
Uniform size: even color
Rolled cookies: crisp, yet tender
Drop cookies: soft, slightly moist, tender
Filled cookies: firm enough to hold filling
All exhibits to be shown on small sturdy plates & in plastic bag

COOKIES:

Prizes: 1st: $4.00, 2nd: $3.00, 3rd: $2.50

8.

Peanut butter cookies - 3, soft

9.

Oatmeal & Chocolate Chip cookies - 3

10.

Shortbread cookies- 3, plain

11.

Fruit Filled Cookies- 3

12.

Grandmother’s Sugar Cookies- 3

13.

Ginger Snap Cookies- 3

14.

Any Other Cookies Not Listed- 3

15.

Pecan Cookies - 3

CAKES, MUFFINS & CUPCAKES:

Class 16 will be judged on decoration only. Decoration must be 80% edible. Use of a Styrofoam form optional, not to exceed 10"x16" base. Total height not to exceed 8" high.

16.

Cake decorating- any occasion Prizes: 1st: $20, 2nd: $15, 3rd: $10

18+ Not to exceed 8” – Fondant and/or icing.

17.

Cake decorating - Carp Fair themed Prizes: 1st: $20, 2nd: $15, 3rd: $10

18+ Not to exceed 8”- Fondant and/or icing.

18.

Carrot Cake - Not to exceed 8” with icing. Prizes: 1st: $10, 2nd: $8, 3rd: $5

19.

Cupcake - Decorated for Fall - 3 Prizes: 1st: $10, 2nd: $8, 3rd: $5

decorated with fondant and/or icing.

20.

Cupcake - Chocolate - Decorated and Icing - 3. Prizes: 1st: $8, 2nd: $6, 3rd: $5

21.

Cupcakes- 3 cupcakes of your choice with decorations and icing Prizes: 1st: $8, 2nd: $6, 3rd: $5

PIES:

Tips - all pie crusts and filling must be homemade.

Prizes: 1st: $8, 2nd: $6, 3rd: $5

22.

Decorative top pie crust

any kind of pie, decorated only using pie crust must be homemade, judged on creativity and design

23.

Lemon Meringue Pie -Standard Size

24.

Apple Pie - No Spice, Standard Size

SPECIALS SECTION FOR JUNIORS UNDER 16 YEARS - BOYS & GIRLS:

NOTE: All exhibits to be shown on sturdy paper plates or foil-covered cardboard in clear plastic covering. Exhibits not to exceed 10" in height or width. Classes are judged on appearance, presentation & flavour.

Prizes: 1st: $10, 2nd: $8, 3rd: $6, 4th: $4, 5th: $2, 6th: $1

25.

Handprint cookie - ages 3-5

Child's hand print cookie decorated to look like a turkey

Only decoration to be judged - displayed on a paper plate

26.

Graham wafer house with Fair theme - ages 6-8

Displayed on a paper plate

27.

Bake & decorate 3 sugar cookies to look like your favorite animals - Ages 9-12

28.

Bake & decorate a cake to celebrate the Carp Fair - Ages 13-16

Full cake, displayed on foil-covered cardboard

29.

Cupcake decorated to look like a dog - Ages 3-5

Displayed on a paper plate

30.

Plain oatmeal cookies - ages 6-8

3 displayed

31.

Plain chocolate chip cookies - ages 10-15

3 displayed

32.

Make a farm building out of cereal - ages 9- 12

Display on a base not to exceed 30 cm in any direction

33.

Cookies in the shape of a farm animal, decorated and flavor of your choice

Men's Only Baking Contest:

34.

Best Pie - Any flavour Prizes: 1st: $10, 2nd: $8, 3rd: $6

CANNED FRUIT:

Note: 250ml or 500ml bottles allowed. No decorative covers on bottles, no wax to be used. Must have a good seal to be judged. All jars must be clean & sealed with new screw top lids.

35.

Apple sauce- No spice

36.

Stewed tomatoes - no additives, onions, celery or peppers

JAMS & MARMALADE TIPS:
Score: 25% General appearance, 25% Texture & 50% Flavour.
Entries are disqualified if not sealed *use new lids only*
Jams should be soft, spreadable, with no separation of fruit & juice. Marmalade must have at least 1 citrus fruit or juice. All jars must be clean & sealed with new screw top lid.
Note: 250ml or 500ml bottles allowed. No decorative covers on bottles, no wax to be used. Must have a good seal to be judged.

JAMS & MARMALADE:

Prizes: 1st: $5.00, 2nd: $4.00, 3rd: $3.50

37.

Strawberry Jam- plain, cooked

38.

Raspberry Jam- plain, cooked

39.

Marmalade- plain, cooked

PICKLES & RELISHES TIPS:
SCORE: 25% General Appearance, 25% Texture, 50% Flavour & Aroma
Entries are disqualified if the jars are not sealed. Use new lids only. Entries should have natural colour, uniform, medium sized pieces and clear (not cloudy) liquid.

  • 9 day pickles are sliced crosswise
  • Icicle pickles sliced lengthwise
  • Relishes have uniform pieces

ALL JARS MUST BE CLEAN & SEALED WITH A NEW SCREW TOP LID
NOTE: 250 ml & 500 ml bottles allowed. No decorative covers on bottles & no wax to be used. All entries must have good deal to be judged.

PICKLES & RELISHES:

Prizes: 1st: $5.00, 2nd: $4.00, 3rd: $3.50 - Unless otherwise noted

40.

Ripe cucumber relish

41.

Dill pickles

42.

Pickled beets

43.

Icicle pickles, labelled

44.

Chili sauce

45.

Salsa sauce - mild

46.

President’s Choice Class- 3 chocolate chip cookies Prizes: 1st: $10, 2nd: $6, 3rd: $4

47.

Agusta Armstrong Memorial- 1 pint marmalade, 1 pint canned yellow beans & 1-pint ripe cucumber relish all displayed in a basket. Prizes: 1st: $15, 2nd: $10, 3rd: $5

Junior Department

Junior Department

Directors in Charge: Annie Craig (613) 558-8286 annie@gadar.ca

Trish Shantz (613) 296-1445 hill.patricia@hotmail.com or Kaytlin Barr 613-795-9408 kaytlin.barr@hotmail.ca

If you have any questions, please contact the Director in Charge.

A list of entries must be in the Carp Fair Office by 8:00 pm Monday, September 20th, 2021, in order that entries may be processed. Exhibits are to be placed Wednesday, September 22nd, 2021, from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm, or before 9:30 am on Thursday, September 23rd, 2021 in the Exhibit Hall. Judging will take place on Thursday, September 23rd, 2021 commencing at 10:00 am. This is closed to the public. Exhibits are lifted between 5:30 to 6:00 pm on Sunday, September 26th, 2021. Exhibits left after 6:00 pm on Sunday may be claimed in the Exhibit Hall on Monday, September 27th, 2021 before 8:00 am. The Carp Agricultural Society will not assume any responsibility for exhibits left on any Society premises after 6:00 pm on Sunday.

THANKS TO THE WEST CARLETON MINOR HOCKEY AND HUNTLEY COMMUNITY CENTRE FOR BEING THE MAJOR SPONSORS OF THE JUNIOR DEPARTMENT

The entry fee is 10% of the prize money retained - Individual Section Only

Note to Exhibitors:

1. All the decisions of the Judge are final.
2. All exhibits must be the bonafide work of the exhibitor to be eligible for a prize.
3. All Juniors entering must compete in the current school grade for 2021-2022 school year.
4. All entry tags MUST be fastened securely to the exhibit.
5. Remember - Exhibitor's name should not be visible in the front of the item.
6. When there are less than six (6) entries per section, prizes will be given to only those whom the judge considers worthy of a prize.
7. All judges are qualified in their field and are independent of the Carp Agricultural Society. Decisions of the judge are final and cannot be challenged.
8. Entries under "INDIVIDUAL PROJECTS SECTION" should NOT be entered under a school exhibitor's number.
9. Rather those individuals entering the classes, 32-58 MUST REGISTER at the Carp Agricultural Society Office to receive their own personal exhibitor's number. Exhibitors aged 13 and over are required to pay a membership to the Carp Agricultural Society; in exchange it is customary the also receive a pass for admission to the Fair.
10. The Public Health Act (sec.32) states “Hazardous food … shall be maintained, transported and offered for sale at a temperature not lower than 5 degrees Celsius or not higher than 60 degrees Celsius.” Because of these regulations there will be no bake sale at the time of lifting of exhibits.

INDIVIDUAL PROJECTS SECTION BASED ON SCHOOL CLASSES

PRIZE MONEY (Class 1-30): 1st: $5.50, 2nd: $5.00, 3rd: $4.75, 4th: $4.50, 5th: $4.25, 6th: $4.00. Ribbons to 6th place Junior Department Sponsorship: Ken White Construction Ltd., Dave White, Carp

Prizes: 1st: $5.50, 2nd: $5.00, 3rd: $4.75, 4th: $4.00, 5th: $4.25, 6th: $4.00

Junior Kindergarten:

1.

Colour a farm animal page from a colouring book using crayons

Senior Kindergarten:

2.

Make a construction paper sunflower

decorated with sunflower seeds, 9''x12''

Grade One:

3.

Make a farm animal puppet using a paper lunch bag

Grade Two:

4.

Create a bookmark - Carp Fair theme using pencil crayons

Theme "Connected to our community, Committed to the people"

Grade Three:

5.

Create a tractor or piece of farm machinery made out of clay

Grade Four:

6.

Build a castle

Using mainly recycled cardboard items (boxes, paper rolls, tubes)

Can be decorated with paint, paper, markers, foil, maximum size 12"x12"x12"

Grade Five:

7.

Create a rosette prize ribbon

From new or recycled materials, max length 12"

Grade Six:

8.

Create a poster with emphasis on anti-bullying in school.

Using a 1/2 piece of bristol board

Grade Seven:

9.

Create a bird house using recycled materials

Must be ready to hang

Grade Eight:

10.

Create a wind chime - With re-used and/or recycled materials

Must be ready to hang.

INDIVIDUAL PROJECTS

THESE CLASSES ARE OPEN TO ANYONE WHO WISHES TO ENTER. Entries are under 'INDIVIDUAL PROJECTS SECTION' should NOT be entered under a school exhibitor's number. Rather, those individuals entering the classes 11-23, MUST REGISTER at the Carp Agricultural Society Office to receive their own personal exhibitor's number. Exhibitors aged 13 and over are required to pay a membership the the Carp Agricultural Society. In exchange, it is customary that they also receive a pass for admission to the Fair.

Ages up to 2 Years:

11.

Create a finger painting On 8 1/2" x 11" piece of paper

can add natural ingredients to create texture. Ie. salt, seeds, oatmeal etc.

Ages 3 & 4 Years:

12.

Decorate an egg carton caterpillar S

Ages 5 & 6:

13.

Make a tractor out of recycled materials

Can be decorated, maximum size 12" x 12" x 12"

Ages 7 & 8:

14.

Decorate a toilet plunger to look like an animal

Any material may be added

Ages 9 & 10:

15.

Create a funny corncob person

Using fruit, flowers, vegetables and/or seeds - securely attached

Ages 11 & 12:

16.

Make and decorate a wreath for Christmas

Natural or artificial materials may be used S

Ages 13 & 14:

17.

Create an article of handmade jewellery - any material

Ages 15 & up:

18.

Create a decorative weather vane

Materials of your choice; able to stand on its own for display, Max size 18''x18''x24'' high

AUGUSTA ARMSTRONG MEMORIAL - JUNIOR UP TO 12 YEARS:

19.

Homemade Christmas card with homemade decorations for grandma or grandpa

Prizes: 1st: $15, 2nd: $10, 3rd: $5

HUNTLEY TOWNSHIP HISTORICAL SOCIETY SPECIALS 2021 CARP FAIR:

Prizes: 1st: $20, 2nd: $10, 3rd: $5

20.

Draw & label a picture to show what you like best about your community - Ages 6-8

21.

List and describe in detail at least 5 things you like about your community

Ages 9 - 11

22.

In 500 words,describe in detail what makes your community the best place to live

Ages 12 & 13

ANGLICAN PARISH OF HUNTLEY SPECIAL:

23.

Create a thankful poster showing all that you are thankful for in God's world

Age 6 - 8, On 1/2 sheet of bristol board. Prizes: 1st: $15, 2nd: $10, 3rd: $5

Sewing, Needlework and Crafts Department

Sewing, Needlework & Crafts

Directors in Charge: Kathy McCord (613) 227-8956 kathy.mccord75@gmail.com

Jean Sullivan (613) 223-2477 jean@sullivanagro.ca or Faye Potter (613) 410-5490 potterfarms@sympatico.ca

If you have any questions, please contact the Director in Charge.

Theme for the 2021 Carp Fair: "Reap and Sow"

THANKS TO MARTHA & ANGUS PALMER & FAMILY, CARP FOR BEING THE SPONSOR OF SEWING, NEEDLEWORK & CRAFTS!

A list of entries must be in the Carp Fair Office by 8:00 pm Monday, September 20th, 2021, in order that entries may be processed. Exhibits are to be placed Wednesday, September 22nd, 2021, from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm, or before 9:30 am on Thursday, September 23rd, 2021 in the Exhibit Hall. Judging will take place on Thursday, September 23rd, 2021 commencing at 10:00 am. This is closed to the public. Exhibits are lifted between 5:30 to 6:00 pm on Sunday, September 26th, 2021. Exhibits left after 6:00 pm on Sunday may be claimed in the Exhibit Hall on Monday, September 27th, 2021 before 8:00 am. The Carp Agricultural Society will not assume any responsibility for exhibits left on any Society premises after 6:00 pm on Sunday.

The entry fee is 10% of the prize money retained.

PROFESSIONAL EXHIBITORS ARE PROHIBITED FROM ENTRY IN THESE CLASSES. PLEASE READ CLASS SPECIFICATIONS CAREFULLY.

All the exhibits in this section must be the work of the exhibitor and as specified in the Prize list. All work must be approved by the Judges and Directors. ALL EXHIBITS MUST BE NEW AND UNUSED. All pieces of art are to be framed, ready to hang, total perimeter to be more than 44" but less than 90", unless specified. All the classes below are open to any age group unless specified. Only one entry per exhibitor in each class is permitted. NO NAMES ARE TO SHOW ON THE WORK. NO PRIZE WILL BE AWARDED UNLESS DEEMED WORTHY BY JUDGE.

Prizes: 1st: $6, 2nd: $5, 3rd: $4 - Unless otherwise noted

KNITTED CLASSES - 2 or 4 needles:

* All entries must have a sample of yarn attached to avoid disqualification *

1.

Infant sweater & bonnet set - must attach yarn sample

2.

Child's sweater or pullover - must attach yarn sample.

3.

Pair of knitted mittens - must attach yarn sample.

4.

Knitted hat, any style - must attach a yarn sample.

5.

Knitted scarf using "bulky yarn", minimum 36"

must attach yarn sample

6.

Infinity scarf - must attach yarn sample.

7.

Knitted socks must attach a yarn sample.

8.

Any article of arm or finger knitting

Must attach yarn sample.

9.

Any article of knitting that is not listed above

Must attach a yarn sample

COMMUNITY PROJECT:

10.

Hand knitted winter scarf or hat article. Ribbons only.

Entries will be given to West Carleton Food Bank to be enclosed with snowsuits in Christmas Baskets for families in need

This class will be judged and ribbons only awarded. Entries will become the property of the Carp Agricultural Society. The Carp Agricultural Society appreciates your participation in this community project.

Knitted for Juniors - 16 years and under:

*All entries must have a sample of yarn attached to avoid disqualification* Prizes: 1st: $6, 2nd: $5, 3rd: $4 - Unless otherwise noted

11.

Knitted headband - ages 16 years & younger, must attach yarn sample.

12.

Slouch Hat - ages 16 years & younger, must attach a yarn sample.

13.

Knitted dishcloth - ages 16 years & younger, must attach yarn sample.

14.

COVID Beginner Project - Any article that was crochet or knit during COVID by a beginner.

CROCHET CLASSES:

*All entries must have a sample of yarn attached to avoid disqualification* Prizes: 1st: $6, 2nd: $5, 3rd: $4 - Unless otherwise noted

15.

Crocheted chunky blanket - must attach yarn sample

16.

Crocheted messy bun hat - must attach yarn sample

17.

Amigurumi toy - must attach yarn sample

18.

Crocheted headband/ear warmers - must attach yarn sample

19.

Baby afghan - not larger than 35" X 45", must attach yarn sample

20.

Any other crocheted article not listed above - must attach yarn sample

Crocheted for Juniors - 16 years and under:

*All entries must have a sample of yarn attached to avoid disqualification* Prizes: 1st: $6, 2nd: $5, 3rd: $4 - Unless otherwise noted

21.

Crocheted Infant Blanket - must attach yarn sample

22.

Crocheted coaster - any shape, must attach yarn sample

23.

Crocheted dishcloth - must attach yarn sample

NEEDLEWORK & SEWING CLASSES:

Prizes: 1st: $6, 2nd: $5, 3rd: $4 - Unless otherwise noted

24.

An article of needlework (cross stitch, crewel, needlepoint, or other technique (label the technique on the tag)

25.

Canvas tote/Market Bag

26.

Needlework Christmas ornament

27.

Something new from something old

28.

An article of smocking

29.

Blanket for a child

30.

An article of latch hooking

31.

An article of rug hooking using yarn/wool and/or cloth strips

32.

A COVID facemask suitable for a wedding

33.

Set of 4 placemats

34.

Handmade baby sleep sack

Needlework & Sewing for Juniors - 16 years and under::

Prizes: 1st: $6, 2nd: $5, 3rd: $4 - Unless otherwise noted

35.

Easy sew infinity scarf

36.

Purse or backpack using recycled denim

37.

Handmade floor mat

38.

Any item not listed

CRAFT CLASSES::

Prizes: 1st: $6, 2nd: $5, 3rd: $4 - Unless otherwise noted 39. Sand art in a glass container

39.

Sand art in a glass container

40.

Any craft or picture using buttons

41.

Stained glass framed art Max 4' X 3'

42.

Mason jar project

43.

Inukshuk - max 12"

44.

Recycled materials chime

45.

Any item made with a Cricut ™

46.

Decorated wreath - to be hung with hook, string, etc - can be fresh

47.

String Art - Max 12''x12''

48.

Handmade Christmas ornament

49.

Art piece using rocks Max 12"x12''

50.

"As seen on Pinterest" - please include a copy of the Pinterest pin

51.

Decorated clay pot(s) - garden project no higher than 48''

52.

Barn board wood sign with a saying/quote - ready to be hung

53.

Fall centerpiece for a table using a gourd - Max 12" in height & diameter

54.

Beaded article - must be named

55.

Handmade earrings - material of your choice

56.

Something "useful" from something "useless" - must be named

57.

Handcrafted Garden Decoration

58.

Greeting Cards (3) with a wedding theme, no envelope, displayed in a large plastic bag

Craft Classes for Seniors - 65 and over::

Prizes: 1st: $6, 2nd: $5, 3rd: $4 - Unless otherwise noted

59.

A decorated hat - to be worn or hung

60.

Table centrepiece

61.

Decorative mirror

PHOTOGRAPHY RULES:

  • 1 exhibit may be processed by commercial processing but must be taken by exhibitor. Photographs will be judged on imagination, focus, exposure, composition & interest.
  • 1 picture per category. Can be either black & white or colour.
  • Pictures must be 5" X 7" in size and must be mounted on white bristol board with a 1" border (ie. a 5" X 7" photograph would be mounted on a 7" X 9" bristol board.) There should be no marks or printing on the cardboard.
  • New photos only (not shown before).
  • No date stamps showing on the photos.

Prizes: 1st: $6, 2nd: $5, 3rd: $4

PHOTOGRAPHY CLASSES:

62.

Outstanding in your Field - photo showing personal accomplishment

63.

Reap and Sow - Best crop related photo

64.

Joy during tough times- a photo showing joy during the pandemic

65.

Barnyard babies

66.

Wacky Weather

PHOTOGRAPHY FOR JUNIORS RULES

  • Pictures must be 5" X 7" in size and must be mounted on white bristol board with a 1" border (ie. a 5" X 7" photograph would be mounted on a 7" X 9" bristol board.) There should be no marks or printing on the cardboard.
  • Photos must be taken by a junior photographer.
  • New photos only (not shown before)
  • Read category carefully.
  • No date stamps showing on the photos.

Prizes: 1st: $6, 2nd: $5, 3rd: $4, Ribbons to 6th place for Junior Classes

PHOTOGRAPHY - JUNIORS - 16 YEARS AND UNDER:

67.

“This Brings Me Hope” - picture taken during COVID

68.

Spectacular Sunrise or Sunset

69.

Fun with family

ART:

Prizes: 1st: $12, 2nd: $10, 3rd: $8 - Unless otherwise noted

70.

Pencil Sketch - min. size 8 1/2'' x 11", framed & ready to be hung

71.

Oil or acrylic painting - framed, any size & ready to be hung

72.

Mixed media - framed, any size & ready to be hung

73.

Painting of a bird(s) - Watercolor or Acrylic In Memory of Mrs Roseanne Facchin Prizes: 1st: $20, 2nd: $10, $5

ART - JUNIORS - 16 YEARS AND UNDER - Ribbons to 6th place:

74.

Pencil Sketch - min. size 8 1/2" X 11", framed & ready to be hung Prizes: 1st: $12, 2nd: $10, $8

75.

Painted pumpkin or gourd

76.

Origami flowers (at least 2)

WOODWORKING CLASSES::

Prizes: 1st: $6, 2nd: $5, 3rd: $4 - Unless otherwise noted

77.

Cutting Board

78.

Two articles of doll house furniture

79.

Charcuterie board

80.

Step Stool

81.

Pallet Sign

82.

Wood turning bowl

83.

Wood carved walking stick

84.

Any other woodworking article

QUILTS - HELPFUL REMINDERS:

  • Check your measurements and read category carefully.
  • Ensure names of exhibitors are covered.
  • Only wall hangings should have "sleeves"

Note for classes 101 & 108: See Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies Rules and Regulations- Re: Machine Quilting and Hand Quilting.

MRS. T. R. RIVINGTON MEMORIAL TROPHY

A trophy in memory of Mrs.T.R. Rivington will be awarded to the quilt judged Best of Show from the classes below. Donated by her family.

QUILTS - Class 100 - 110::

Prizes: 1st: $20, 2nd: $15, 3rd: $12 - Unless otherwise noted

100.

Traditional designed quilt - Min. size 72" x 90", 324" perimeter Any technique, hand quilted.

To be considered for OAAS, see their Rules and Regulations.

101.

Hand quilted quilt - any technique

To be considered for OAAS, see their Rules and Regulations.

102.

Domestic machine quilted quilt - Any technique, & min. size 324" perimeter

To be considered for OAAS, see their Rules and Regulations.

103.

Rag Quilt

104.

Quilt - Machine quilted by a longarm quilting machine Any technique.

Name of quilt maker & name of commercial quilter if applicable.

To be considered for OAAS, see their Rules and Regulations.

105.

Quilted table runner Max 40'' length

106.

Quilt for Cancer Champions -

Hand quilted by 2 or more people - any pattern, min size 324" perimeter Hand or Machine Quilted -

Donated to Ruddy Shenkman Hospice to comfort Champions

107.

Ugly or Crazy Quilt - any size, perimeter minimum of 180"

108.

Vintage Quilt made before 1940

109.

Pre-cut quilt, i.e. Jelly Roll, Charm, attach label or copy of label - Any size

110.

Traditional designed quilt - Min. size 72" x 90", 324" perimeter (copy) Any technique, hand quilted.

To be considered for OAAS, see their Rules and Regulations.

Class 111 - 115:

Prizes: 1st: $10, 2nd: $9, 3rd: $7 - Unless otherwise noted

111.

Quilt - Any method, top only

112.

Crib quilt - pieced or appliqued, hand or machine quilted

113.

Quilted wall hanging - any size

114.

Create anything that was not listed

115.

Handmade quilted article - created by a man

116.

Quilt Block Challenge - see below. Prizes: 1st: $50, 2nd: $30, $20

Quilt Block challenge
"Seas The Day"- any method

Prizes: 1st: $50, 2nd: $30, 3rd: $20

• Block must be 14 ½ ‘’ unfinished square
• One block per exhibitor
• Blocks may be any method or design
• Please do not add any other material – 7 fabrics have been provided
• All blocks will become property of the Carp Fair
• Blocks will be used to make an item(s) to be raffled/auctioned at the 2022 Carp Fair
• All quilter’s names will be included on the back of the finished item(s)
• Please return any unused fabric to the Carp Fair Office or bring with you when submitting your entry at the Fair

We look forward to seeing your beautiful entries

Director In Charge: Kathy McCord

Women's Institute Work

WOMEN'S INSTITUTE WORK

SECTION 33

Director in Charge: Krista Jefferies (613) 355-4271 , lkjeffe@sympatico.ca

Kathy McCord, kathy.mccord75@gmail.com and Jean Sullivan, jean@sullivanagro.ca

If you have any questions, please contact the Director in Charge.

A list of entries must be in the Carp Fair Office by 8:00 pm Monday, September 20th, 2021, in order that entries may be processed. Exhibits are to be placed Wednesday, September 22nd, 2021, from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm, or before 9:30 am on Thursday, September 23rd, 2021 in the Exhibit Hall. Judging will take place on Thursday, September 23rd, 2021 commencing at 10:00 am. This is closed to the public. Exhibits are lifted between 5:30 to 6:00 pm on Sunday, September 26th, 2021. Exhibits left after 6:00 pm on Sunday may be claimed in the Exhibit Hall on Monday, September 27th, 2021 before 8:00 am. The Carp Agricultural Society will not assume any responsibility for exhibits left on any Society premises after 6:00 pm on Sunday.

  • Minimum (10) items shown with bonus points for showing all (17) items.
  • Register under Women's Institute, in care under your name
  • A Grand Champion ribbon will be awarded to the Institute with the most points. For entering, each institute will receive $6.00 plus an additional $10.00 will be awarded in memory of Mrs.T.R. Rivington, donated by the family.
  • The displays will be judged on presentation prior to judging. Props can be used for display only.
  • The Public Health Act (sec.32) states “Hazardous food … shall be maintained, transported and offered for sale at a temperature not lower than 5 degrees Celsius or not higher than 60 degrees Celsius.” Because of these regulations there will be no bake sale at the time of lifting of exhibits.
  • Entry fee is 10% of the prize money retained.

Women's Institute articles - Based on the Fair theme "Reap and Sow":

Minimum 10 out of 18 items to be shown on display

1.

Fall wreath - suitable to hang on a door - maximum 18 inches in diameter

2.

Fresh flower arrangement for the dining room table - max 12 inches by 12 inches including container

3.

Woman's apron- sewn

4.

Table runner - sewn

5.

Tote bag - suitable for groceries ( sewn)

6.

Newly knitted socks

7.

Antique kitchen utensil

8.

Antique lantern

9.

Collage of pictures depicting planting and harvest 14"x 22" ( half bristol board)

10.

Fall sunrise / sunset collage half bristol board

11.

2 pot holders, hot pads, quilted ( either machine or hand quilted)

12.

Beaded bracelet using earth tones and fall colours.

13.

Earrings or broach to match the bracelet

14.

Jar of applesauce , spiced 250 ml canning jar

15.

Pumpkin tarts (6) , no nuts , no icing , covered on a plate

16.

Jar of chili sauce 250 ml canning jar

17.

Jar of peach jam 250 ml canning jar

18.

Advertisement to recruit new members to the Women's Institute minimum size 14x22 half bristol board)

Home Brewing Wine and Beer Department

HOME BREWING WINE & BEER DEPARTMENT

SECTION 34

Director in Charge: Krista Jefferies (613) 355-4271 lkjeffe@sympatico.ca

If you have any questions, please contact the Director in Charge.

A list of entries must be in the Carp Fair Office by 8:00 pm Monday, September 20th, 2021, in order that entries may be processed. Exhibits are to be placed Wednesday, September 22nd, 2021, from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm, or before 9:30 am on Thursday, September 23rd, 2021 in the Exhibit Hall. Judging will take place on Thursday, September 23rd, 2021 commencing at 10:00 am. This is closed to the public. Exhibits are lifted between 5:30 to 6:00 pm on Sunday, September 26th, 2021. Exhibits left after 6:00 pm on Sunday may be claimed in the Exhibit Hall on Monday, September 27th, 2021 before 8:00 am. The Carp Agricultural Society will not assume any responsibility for exhibits left on any Society premises after 6:00 pm on Sunday.

The entry fee is 10% of the prize money retained.

From the winning entries a " Best of Show" will be chosen for both wine and beer

The Public Health Act (sec.32) states “Hazardous food … shall be maintained, transported and offered for sale at a temperature not lower than 5 degrees Celsius or not higher than 60 degrees Celsius.” Because of these regulations there will be no bake sale at the time of lifting of exhibits.

Wine Rules: (Classes 1- 7)

  1. Recipes may be original or from any other source - brewed exclusively at home.
  2. Each entry is to be exhibited in a 750 ml bottle with no label or other decorations on it.
  3. Each brewer may enter all categories.
  4. There will be a 1st, 2nd & 3rd prize in each category, however, if in any one category none of the entries are deemed acceptable, no award will be given.

Beer Rules: (Classes 8-11)

  1. Exhibits must be entered in one (1) glass or plastic beer bottles per category, per exhibitor.

Prizes: 1st: $15, 2nd: $10, 3rd: $8

Classes:

1.

Red table wine - regular kits

2.

White table wine - regular kits

3.

Red premium - kit or juice

4.

White premium - kit or juice

5.

Country or Fruit wine

6.

Red wine - any source made at a B O P only

7.

White wine - any source made at a B O P only

8.

Lagers

9.

Ailes

10.

Cider - still

11.

Cider - sparkling

Eggs Department

EGG DEPARTMENT

SECTION 35

Directors in Charge: Krista Jefferies (613) 355-4271 lkjeffe@sympatico.ca

If you have any questions, please contact the Director in Charge.

A list of entries must be in the Carp Fair Office by 8:00 pm Monday, September 20th, 2021, in order that entries may be processed. Exhibits are to be placed Wednesday, September 22nd, 2021, from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm, or before 9:30 am on Thursday, September 23rd, 2021 in the Exhibit Hall. Judging will take place on Thursday, September 23rd, 2021 commencing at 10:00 am. This is closed to the public. Exhibits are lifted between 5:30 to 6:00 pm on Sunday, September 26th, 2021. Exhibits left after 6:00 pm on Sunday may be claimed in the Exhibit Hall on Monday, September 27th, 2021 before 8:00 am. The Carp Agricultural Society will not assume any responsibility for exhibits left on any Society premises after 6:00 pm on Sunday.

The entry fee is 10% of the prize money retained.

The Public Health Act (sec.32) states “Hazardous food … shall be maintained, transported and offered for sale at a temperature not lower than 5 degrees Celsius or not higher than 60 degrees Celsius.” Because of these regulations there will be no bake sale at the time of lifting of exhibits.

Professional exhibitors are prohibited from entry in these classes.

Please read class specifications carefully.

Prizes: 1st: $10, 2nd: $8, others: $5

Classes:

1.

One dozen large hen eggs - White grade A

2.

One dozen large eggs - Brown grade A

3.

Six pack variety - any size eggs, all different colour and/or size