The annual Tricia Vaughan Memorial Scholarship celebrates young leaders who have excelled in their achievements as 4-H club members and at school and in their community. Now in its thirteenth year, the purpose of this program is to develop an awareness of the importance and benefits of higher education. It is offered by the West Niagara Agricultural Society with the cooperation and support of the Niagara 4-H Association to current members of Niagara 4-H who have completed at least six proje...
Homecrafts Prize Book, Community Hall Fri, Sat, Sunday
IT IS NOW TIME TO GET BACK TO OUR ROOTS AND PULL UP OUR BOOTS
***The 2018 Homecraft Prize Book Is Now HERE!***
Homecrafts are household arts and creative handcrafts that are usually made at home. These range from woodworking, handmade jewery, creative items, paintings, baking, canning, sewing, quilting and more! The prize book provides the sections and classes of competitions as well as rules and regulations that must be followed. It also list the prizes and cash available to be won!
Anyone can enter. But entry must be made before the fair!
The Homecraft prize book is divided into categories, that we call "sections". Sections are further divided into classes. For example: Section 29 - Crafts and Hobbies, Class 131 Skid Art. Sections include: Art (ranging from adult colouring book pages to paintings with watercolours, oils, string, or other mediums); Antiques & collectibles (where one can enter items they have collected or find); Crafts & Hobbies (scapbooking, woodworking, pottery, ceramics, stained glass, and specific hand-made objects out of a variety of mediums); Photography; Needlecrafts (Sewing, crocheting, knitting, Embroidary); Quilting; For the gardeners - Vegetables, fruit, grains & hay; Flowers and Plants; and for the people who love the kitchen-Food (breads, buns, deserts, cookies);Canned goods and Preserves.
For kids from the "wee ones" to age 16, there is a section called the Junior Fair, beginning on page 43 of the prize book. These are competitions with similar sections and classes, but is limited to competition between kids.
Also included in this prizebook is a special Senior organized group section. See page 34 of the prize book for details.
How to enter:
1. Download a copy of the prize book and mark down the Section # and Class # you wish to enter. (you may want to print the prizebook) - be sure to read All the rules!* To download an electronic copy of the prize book (printable .pdf format) Click here: + Homecraft Prize Book
2. Complete your entry(s) by clicking the on-line entry icon below, and follow the entry instructions given:
(entries can be entered now and up until, Wed, Sept 5, 2018, but we encourge you to get your entry tags early - you can also always add more entries later or not bother with an entry if you find you cannot get it ready in time, no need to delete)
3. Then go to our fair office (check hours on the contact us page) and pick up your entry tags and claim card. Note: you will need to pay the exhibior fee (Adults $10.00, Junior $5.00) and you will receive a free ticket to the fair!
4. Affix your tags to your entries and bring them to the fair on Wed., Sept 5, 2018 between noon and 7pm.
5. Thurs, Sept 6, the items will be judged by skilled judges for each section and the winners will get placed ribbons!
6. Come to the fair and see how your items placed and see all of the entries on display. Entries must remain on display for the entire fair.
7. Then return to the fair on Sunday Sept 9, after 5pm to claim your items - Don't forget your claim card!
Consult the rules and regulations for how prizes and prize moneys will be paid.
A Hard copy of our book is available through our fair office.
To request a hard copy or answer any questions,
email: email@example.com or call (905)309-9939 and leave a message.