Side Navigation
Junior Far

JUNIOR FAIR, Classes 1-15
Open up to Grade 12 or age 18

COMMITTEE: Kathy Davidson: 705-426-9201
                       Gail Scruton

ENTRY FEE: None

LOCATION: Scout Hall

PRIZE MONEY ALL CLASSES
$5, $4, $3

NOTES TO PARENTS:

1. All previous lists are null and void.

2. ENTRY FORMS MUST BE FILLED OUT.Entry Forms are available at the Beaverton Library & Maxines's after August 1 or in Beaverton Area Schools after Labour Day. Please include name of School and Age on Entry Forms.

3. Drop off of Exhibits Thursday between 1:00 p.m to 8:00 p.m. All Exhibits MUST be in place before 8:00 p.m. Thursday and MUST be removed between 10:00 and 11:00 AM Sunday. Articles cannot be stored. Prize money will be available in the office or Sunday in the Curling Club between 10:00 and 11:00 am.

4. Please make sure your name, school & exhibitor number are on the Exhibitor ticket. Numbers are obtained at registration. If you are entering an Adult category you must go to the Curling Club to obtain an Adult Exhibitor Number and to pay the $5.00 Exhibitor Fee.

5. Exhibitors must enter the grade they were at on the first day of school this year.

6. All work must be done by the exhibitor. Parents are urged to encourage their children in everyway, but let them do the work!

7. No exhibitor may enter more than one entry in any section.

8. All baking must be in plastic bags or wrap and displayed on paper plates.

9. All pictures are to be a maximum size of 8.5 x 11 inches (21.59 cm x 27.94 cm) unless indicated otherwise.

10. JUNIOR ARTWORK need not be framed but MUST be mounted on a stiff backing. It is suggested that unframed pictures be matted on Bristol board or construction paper. A picture that will not hang properly may not be accepted. The Artists name should be covered to maintain anonymity.

11. Everyone gets $2.00 if no prize won.

12. All students must enter under own name.

13. Please bring Pink copy of Exhibitor Sheet for prize money pickup.

14. Any section can be completed in school, but it must be sent home so that the parent can fill out the exhibitor form for their child and the parent/child must take form to the Scout Hall on Thursday for registration.

PRIZE MONEY: ALL CLASSES: $5.00, $4.00, $3.00

CLASS 1
PRE-SCHOOL KINDERGARTEN (JR & SR)

1. Sponge Painting - Fall Scene 8.5" x 11"
2. Catepillar made from an Egg Carton
3. Draw a Farmer on a Farm (max. size 8.5" x 11")
4. Six Pretty Natural Stones displayed in a Half Egg Carton
5. Spider Creature using Pipe Cleaners

CLASS 2
GRADES 1 and 2
1. Recycled materials to make a Farm machine
    (max size 8" x 8")
2. Make a Paper Doll Farmer
3. Decorate a Flip Flop
4. Item made from Lego
    (not a kit max. size 8.5" x 11")
5. Decorate a Can of Fruit for the Food Bank
    (mark on bottom of tin, the contents)

CLASS 3
GRADE 3 and 4
1. Items found on a Beach (max. size 8.5" x 11")
2. Lego farm animals (not from a kit max size 8.5" x 11")
3. Create a butterfly using Coffee Filters
4. Decorate any tin item for the Food Bank
    (mark on bottom of tin, the contents)
5. Use twigs to make a small Bird Feeder
    (max. size 8" x 8")

CLASS 4
GRADE 5 and 6
1. Make a Vegetable Print to make Wapping Paper.
2. Using Lego, build a Farm Machine
    (not from a kit, max. size 8" x 8")
3. Write a pargraph (min. 250 words)
     "What Changes I would like to see in Beaverton"
4. Decorate a Container with 5 Non-Perishable Food Items
    to Create One Meal (to be donated to the Food Bank)

CLASS 5
GRADE 7 and 8
1. Write a poem about Beaverton (on 8.5" x 11")
2. Create a Beaverton Landscape Painting - Water Colours
     or Tempera Paint (max. 8.5" x 11")
3. Make a "CANIMAL" - Turn a can into an Animal or Bird
    for the Food Bank (mark on the bottom of tin, the
    contents)
4. Make a Homemade Mask of a Super Hero
5. Create a Replica of a Plough using Household materials
   (max. size 8.5" x 11")

CLASS 6
Grade 9 - 12
1. Make an Inukshuk mounted on a sturdy base
   (max size 8" or 20cm high)
2. Design a Family Tree with a minimum of 3 Generations
    Creatively Displayed
3. Paper drawing any Media (max. Sixe 12" x 18")
    Promoting Canadian Harvest or Agriculture

CLASS 7
VEGETABLES UP TO AGE 18
(Must be on paper plate)
1. Beets - tops removed (2)
2. Carrots - tops removed (4)
3. Corn - sweet - husk removed (2)
4. Cucumbers - green (2)
5. Largest squash or pumpkin (1)
6. Largest Potato (1)
7. Peppers, Any colour - Sweet (2)
8. Pie Pumpkin (1) Decorate or painted face
9. Tomatoes - a) Regular - any colour (3),
                       b) Cherry (5)
10. Zucchini - green or yellow (1)
11. Any other vegetable not listed
12. Six (6) different vegetables displayed in a
      basket - Decorated for Thanksgiving Day
13. a) Beans - yellow (3)
      b) any other colour (same kind) (3)
14. Onions - Skins on - Tops Off (2)
15. Cabbage Green - outside leaves attached
      (1)
16. Potatoes a) Red (3)
                     b) White (3)
                     c) Yams (2)
17. Melons
18. Most unusual shaped vegetable - name
      what it resembles
19. A collection of fruits and veggies displayed in a basket.
20. Scarecrow dressed for Thanksgiving Day - not
     higher than 30 cm. and made from any
     materials

Beaverton Horticultural Society Special
Most Points Class 7:
1st - $12; 2nd - $8; 3rd - $5

PRIZE MONEY: ALL CLASSES:
$5.00, $4.00, $3.00

CLASS 8
FLOWERS UP TO AGE 18
  1. Cosmos - 4 blooms or sprays
  2. Dahlia - any size - 2 blooms
  3. Geranium - cutting - 1 bloom
  4. a) Marigold - best bloom yellow
      b) French Marigold - 3 stems
  5. Petunias - single and/or double - table
      bouquet
  6. Pansies - 5 stems
  7. Rose - 1 stem
  8. Snapdragon - 4 spikes - any colour
  9. Zinnias - large - 2 blooms (any size)
10. Table bouquet of mixed wild flowers and
      grasses
11. Sunflower (largest head only)
12. Aster - 3 Blooms - any size
13. Phlox - 3 stems
14. Begonia- 1 - floating bowl - tubular
15. Mums- 3 sprays- any size
16. Impatients - any variety
17. Any other flower - named - 2 stems
18. Begonia - annual - 2 stems
19. Carnations - 2 stems
20. Gladiolus - 2 stems
21. Flower arrangement in an old shoe
22. Flower arrangement in an old Tea Pot -
      Red & White

Beaverton Horticultural Society Special
Most Points Class 8:
1st - $12; 2nd - $8; 3rd - $5

PRIZE MONEY: ALL CLASSES:
$5.00, $4.00, $3.00

CLASS 9
CROPS UP TO AGE 18

1. Corn - field; cobs only (3) - husk removed
2. Jar - layered - wheat - oats - grain
3. Apples
    a) MacIntosh – 3
    b) Crab – 3
    c) Any other - named – 3
4. Any other fruit (3) - named
5. 1/2 dozen eggs - White shell
6. 1/2 dozen eggs - Brown shell
7. 1/2 dozen eggs - Green shell
8. Maple Syrup

CLASS 10
JUNIOR BAKING Age 6 to 9
1. Coconut Hay Stacks - (3 Chocolate)
2. Oatmeal Cookies (2) from a mix
3. Homemade jar of apple sauce - sealed

CLASS 11
JUNIOR BAKING Age 10 to 13
1. Your favourite "no bake" cookies or squares
    (2)
2. Three (3) Cookies using any kind of fruit
3. Homemade jar of Apple Sauce - sealed
4. Healthy school lunch in a lunch box

CLASS 12 DISTRICT 4 BAKING SPECIAL AGE 6-15 PRIZES $10, $4, $3
1. Plain Chocolate Chip Cookies - no nuts (4)
    Winner will go to the District Competition at
    Annual General Meeting

District Competition Requirements:

  1. District entry must consist of 8 cookies displayed on a firm, disposable plate.
  2. Cookies must be no larger than 3" (6.75cm) in diameter and no smaller than 2" (5 cm)  in diameter

PRIZE MONEY:
ALL CLASSES: $5.00, $4.00, $3.00

CLASS 13
CREATIVE WORK 12 yrs and Under

1. Sketch something funny that could happen on a Farm
     (max 8.5" x 11")
2. Create a Wool Project
3. Create a Post Card of Lake Simcoe
4. Make a Wind Sock
5. Make a Sock Puppet

Artwork must be Original and can be done in any medium (oil, watercolour, crayon, pencil, ink, etc) Please cover artists name. Size to be 8.5" x 11"

CLASS 14A
ARTWORK Age 6 to 9
1. Cartoon/Fantasy
2. Drawing of any farm animal
3. Sunset
4. Decorate a Garden Stake

CLASS 14B
ARTWORK Age 10 to 13

1. Create and decorate your own Paper Airplane
2. Self Portrait
3. Draw a Tourism Flag for Beaverton
4. Create a Super Hero Comic Strip with Captions

CLASS 14C
ARTWORK Age 14 to 18

1. Cartoon/Fantasy
2. Nature - eg. Animals, birds, plants
3. Self Portrait
4. Computer generated graphic


Photo to be taken by exhibitor after September 1 last year. Photo may be printed from digital camera or processed. Minimum size 4" x 6" (10 cm x 15.24 cm) Maximum size 5" x 7'' (12.70 cm x 17.78 cm)

CLASS 15A
PHOTOGRAPHY Age 6 to 9

1. My Room
2. Outdoor scene in Beaverton
3. My Pet
4. View of Lake Simcoe - any season

CLASS 15B
PHOTOGRAPHY Age 10 to 13

1. My Pet
2. View of Lake Simcoe - any season
3. Spring Scene
4. Outdoor Scene in Beaverton (anywhere)

CLASS 15C
PHOTOGRAPHY Age 14 to 18

1. Pets
2. My Travels - anyplace
3. Sports Event
4. Main Street of Beaverton


Entertainment & Demonstrations