CLASSES 190 to 196: “KIDS CORNER”

 

JUNIOR ARTS & CRAFTS “KIDS CORNER”

 

CHAIRPERSON:           Heidi Dykeman -905) 989-0387                           Dixie Firth  – (705) 426-5219

 

COMMITTEE:               Brenda Rae, Wilma Bunnik, Nora Pegg, Maida Rae, Amber Rickards-Page, Marguerite Rickards, Julie Benyik, Carol Lockie, Sara Firth, Madelyn Grossi, Jennifer Holborn and Grace Firth

 

PRIZE MONEY:            1st = $3.00; 2nd = $2.50; 3rd = $2.00; 4th = $1.50

 

The General Rules of the Sutton Agricultural Society shall apply.

 

** Exhibitors must complete all projects independently **

**EXHIBITORS PLEASE NOTE: WHEN THERE ARE MORE THAN TEN (10) ENTRIES IN A CLASS THE JUDGES MAY AWARD ADDITIONAL PRIZES. **

 

Please note:  The entries in section 8 of each class will be donated to the Georgina Food Bank. Please do not remove any original labels from your donation. If possible make an “easily” removable cover for the container.

 

CLASS 190: AGE 3 AND UNDER

 

* Must be 3 years of age or younger at opening day of the Fair

SECTION:

1.     Paint a snowflake

2.     Paper cup craft

3.     Craft with a stick

4.     Maple Leaf rubbing

5.     Colour a page from o colouring book

6.     Feather craft

7.     Cut and paste

8.     Decorate a soup can for Food Bank

9.     Recycled craft – water bottle

10.          Repurposed baby wipes container

 

CLASS 191: AGES 4 AND 5

 

* Must be 4 or 5 years of age at opening day of the Fair

SECTION:

1.     Painting of a snowman

2.     Sticker picture

3.     Inukshuk sculpture

4.     Canada Day wreath

5.     Collage of living things

6.     Paper plate craft

7.     Cut and paste – red & white

8.     Decorate a canned vegeatables for Food Bank

9.     Recycled craft – Canadian animal

10.          Repurposed fabric

 

CLASS 192: AGES 6 AND 7

 

* Must be between 6 or 7 years of age at opening day of the Fair

SECTION:

1.     Painting – Canada flag

2.     Make a beaver

3.     Snowman sculpture

4.     Craft with a plastic spoon

5.            Craft using plaid

6.     Diorama of a campsite

7.     Poster – fishing theme

8.     Decorate a can of beans for Food Bank

9.     Recycled items – Canada

10.          Repurposed box

 

CLASS 193: AGES 8 AND 9

* Must be between 8 or 9 years of age at opening day of the Fair

SECTION:

1.     Paint – Canadian scene

2.     Plasticine – Canadian food

3.     Lego red and white based

4.     Paper rip art

5.            Cut a snowflake

6.     Collage of favourite Canadian foods

7.     Poster – favourite province/territory

8.     Decorate crackers for Food Bank

9.     Recycled materials – Canoe theme

10.          Repurposed burlap

 

CLASS 194: AGES 10 AND 11

 

* Must be between 10 or 11 years of age at opening day of the Fair

SECTION:

1.     Paint a canadian landscape

2.     Canadian word art

3.     Lego – red & white based

4.     Hockey collage

5.            Pencil sketch of Canada goose

6.     Decorate a ball cap

7.     Poster – favourite athlete/team

8.     Decorate pasta for Food Bank

9.     Recycled materials – Bird

10.          Repurposed clothing

 

CLASS 195: AGES 12 AND 13

 

* Must be between 12 or 13 years of age at opening day of the Fair

SECTION:

1.     Painting a Canadian animal

2.     Craft – RCMP theme

3.     Lego – red & white theme

4.     Sketch a Canadian landmark

5.            Collage of Canadian symbols

6.     Decorate a touque

7.     Poster – Advertises a winter sport

8.     Decorate a package of soap for Food Bank

9.     Recycled materials – Canada

10.          Repurposed – denim

 

CLASS 199: OAAS POSTER COMPETITION

 

OAAS POSTER COMPETITION

CHAIRPERSON:           Heather Fullerton (905) 722-6886

COMMITTEE:               Hanah Lowes, Abbie Velocci

 

PRIZE MONEY:                        1st = $10.00; 2nd = $7.50; 3rd = $5.00

 

The General Rules of the Sutton Agricultural Society shall apply.

 

ADDITIONAL RULES:

1.     Poster must be an original hand-made design and hand drawn

2.     “Promoting Sutton Fair & Horse Show”, date and owner must be clearly labeled on the back of poster

3.     Poster size: Minimum 8.5” x 11” (23cm x 28cm)/Maximum 11” x 17” (28cm x 44cm) without border

4.     Poster to be centred on cardstock or Bristol board exposing on all four sides showing a 2” border

 

**NOTE: In order for your poster to advance to the District level of this competition, please be absolutely certain that your measurements are exact. For more information regarding OAAS judging standards, please visit www.ontariofairs.com

 

SECTION:

1.        Junior: Up to and including Grade 4

2.        Intermediate: Grade 5 to 8, inclusive

3.             Senior: Grade 9 to 12, inclusive

 

Winning poster from each section of the three sections is

eligible to compete at the Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies (OAAS) District Competition in the Fall of 2017.

 

District Winners are eligible to compete at the Provincial

Competition in 2018

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