Junior Fair

 

 

Download Beachburg Fair Entry Form

Chairperson – Adriana Burger-Leeck 613-628-5426
Committee – Robyn Cameron, Felicity Keller

1. Entry fee exempt for Junior Fair Exhibitors
2. All exhibits to be placed on Thursday, July 27, 2017 from 2-4pm and 7-9pm (pick-up 5-5:30 on Sunday)
3. Judging will commence at 9am on Friday, July 28, 2017
4. Entries must solely be the work of the person exhibiting. Work done by parents, teachers etc. will disqualify them from competition.
5. No item may be exhibited more than twice at this fair.
6. Any exhibitor can show in higher grade classes.
7. Junior Fair exhibitors can show in adult classes, providing the $5 membership fee is paid.
8. School grade as of January 2017.
9. The upstairs of Heritage hall will be closed on sunday at 4pm and the Down stairs between 4:30pm and 5pm,  No one but the committees of Heritage  hall are permited in the hall at this time.
Entries are to be picked up between the hours of 5 and 6pm sharp on Sunday July 30, 2017. Please don’t leave your childs beautiful work or teddies behind!!

Class 45A – Preschool

Prize Money: $2.25, $2, $1.75, $1.50
1. Any colouring page – colour and/or decorate
2. A stuffed animal dressed  for  Canada Day (all items attached)
3. A finger painting.

4.Make some play dough farm animals either free standing on a plate or flat on paper.
5. Decorate and/or colour the word “Fair” on a page (8.5 x 11”)

6. Make a toilet paper tube cowboy.

7. Make a Turkey out of egg carton cup(s).

8.Decorate a Rock for Canada Day. ~ 1st prize $5.00
Most points in Class 45A – $5

Class 45B – JK, SK & GRADE 1

Prize Money: $2.25, $2, $1.75, $1.50
1. Any colouring page – colour and/or decorate
2. A stuffed animal dressed as a Fair Board Member with an identifying name tag.(all items attached)
3. Create a Hand print picture of animals found at the Fair ~ you can use extra decorations. (paper approx. 9×12″)
4. Decorate and/or colour the word “Beachburg” on a page (8.5 x 11”)
5. A drawing showing “Fun things to do at the Rodeo”
6. Create a salt painting of fire works, can add sparkles.

7.Make a toilet paper roll bangle bracelet, decorate it.

8.Creat a painted Rock Monster, can use glued items.

9.  Make a foot print animal/ creature.

10. Finger paint a picture for Canada Day~ 1st prize $5.00
Most points in Class 45B – $5

Class 45C – Grades 2 & 3

Prize Money: $2.25, $2, $1.75, $1.50
1. Any colouring page – colour and/or decorate
2. A stuffed animal dressed as a Celebrity. (all items attached)
3. A paper plate creation.
4.  Create a wax paper & popsicle stick lantern. ( use battery operated tea candle.)
5 Create a “Plant Pal”- grow any type of grass “named” and decorate the cup as a person or animal to suit.
6. A 1⁄2 page drawing and short 1⁄2 page story of something that happened one day at the Beachburg Fair.
7. Make an egg carton mobile.

8. A painted ceramic piece.

9. A beaded necklace for Mom – add any special beads or creations.

10.  Make a paper tub into a plane – use and add on what you want.

11. A T-Shirt decorated for Canada Day. ~ 1st prize $5.00

Most points in Class 45C – $5

Class 45D – Grades 4, 5, & 6

Prize Money: $2.25, $2, $1.75, $1.50

1. Adult colouring page- coloured and decorated.
2. Make a tin foil farm animal sculpture-you can crush and fold the tinfoil.
3. Decorated mason jar lantern-battery tea lights please.
4.Button art- piece of art or sculpture using clothing buttons.
5. Make a “Construction vehicle” out of recyclable items.
6. Pencil crayon sketch of a Mammal, named and 3 interesting facts about it.
7. Perler beads or melty bead creation.
8. Something useful made of wood.
9. Decorative wind chime ~ beach imspired

10. A painted ceramic piece
11. Open Category – A craft you are proud of

12. Decorate & label a topographical map of Canada. (Provinces should be visible_ ~ 1st prize $5.00

Most points in Class 45D – $5

Class 45E  – Grades 7 & 8

Prize Money: $2.25, $2, $1.75, $1.50

1. A scrapbooking page (max 12×12”)
2. A picture drawn from a photograph, photo must be attached (magazine photos acepted, max 8.5×11.5)
3. Sweater Creation – an animal or creature made from knitted sweater recycling.
4. A wire person with a farm animal-bunched and woven wire to make a form you can decorate with material or leave plain etc.
5. Recycle old Magazines into something neat.
6. Self Portrait- amy medium or method.
7. Make a tin foil sculpture of a farm animal ~ you can crush or bunch, shape  foil any way you like.

8. Make a decorative item using string art weaving-made with nails and string.
9. Recycle Dad’s tie ( anything goes)

10. A painted ceramic piece
11. Silly band/elastic band animal.

12. Open Category- A craft you are proud of.

13. Decorated Door Décor for Canada’s 150th ~ any medium ~ 1st prize $5.00

Most points in Class 45E – $5

*NEW* ~ Class 46 & 47

Girl Guides & Scouts

prize money : 1st $2.50, 2nd $2., 3rd $1.50, 4th $1.00

Rules:

  1. Follow rules stated by JR Fair above.
  2. Participants must be 2016 – 2017 current Girl Guides or Scouts to enter.
  3. On entry form and tags please put down the class, age level you are entering(ie. Sparks, Beavers etc.)
  4. Any Posters no bigger than 11″ x 14″.
  5. In brackets below are the badges that correlate with the item, Child can bring item & tag/ribbon & entry form to next unit meeting to show  & tell and earn the check mark or full badge for their efforts no matter the competition out come.

Class 46 ~ Girl Guides

Sparks (ages 5-6)

  1. A neat swap for camp. (WAGGGS Craft)
  2. A musical instrument made from some recycled item(s). (Musical instrument)
  3. A drawing of you in your Sparks uniform with your friends & write 2 favorite things you like to do at Sparks. (About Me & Who am I?)
  4. Four photo’s you took on a Nature hike, mounted on 1 piece of paper, label 1 tree, 1 flower or plant, and where you are. (Nature Walk)

Brownies (ages 7-8)

5. A neat swap for camp. (Art by Hand)

6. A musical instrument made from 2 recycled items. (Terrific Trash)

7. Sew an item for Mom your choice, wrap an open box as a gift to display it in, think Mother’s Day gift. (Sewing Magic)

8. Four photo’s you took on a Nature hike, mounted on 1 piece of paper, label 1 tree, 1 flower  or plant, 1 creature, where you are. (Happy Hiking)

Guides (ages 9-11)

9. A neat swap for camp. (#5 Recycling)

10. Poster advertising Girl Guides “Come Join Us!” (#4 Business Communication)

11. A photo collage of a day at Camp. Be creative. (#3 & 7 Picture This)

12. Make the 4 listed items and display in an open box or tray:

a) A hand woven article.

b) Whittle or carve a piece of wood or stick.

c) A piece of 3-D art.

d) A musical instrument or stuffed toy. (Creative Craft)

Pathfinders (ages 12 – 14)

13. A neat swap for camp, with instructions on how to make it. And a photo of you teaching it to a group. (#7 Find you inner leader)

14. Make a camp gadget using knots & sticks, it doesn’t have to be life saving it can be fun. Keep it small. (#5 Knots,Knives & outdoor lore)

15. A photo collage of Girl Guides & the fun & learning you have had, be creative. (#3,4,5,6 Camera Crazy)

16.Create a poster advertising & supporting one of the following: Community Service, Environmental service, International service Project. (one of your service projects)

 

Class 47 – Scouting

Beavers (ages 5-7)

  1. An item you made celebrating Canada’s 150th. (1 item for Country)
  2. Four different photos you took identifying Plant life found in a field, bush, or forest; mounted and labeled. (Competencies)
  3. A neat piece of art inspired by nature; any medium or method (1 item for Art)
  4. Beaver Buggy that you made & ran in a rally.(1 item for Art & Hobby)

Cubs (ages 8 – 10)

5. An item you made celebrating Canada’s 150th. (1 item for Country)

6. Three different photo’s you took identifying wild animal tracks; mounted, labeled. (3.8 Competencies)

7. Build a lean-to-shelter for a doll or action figure; using wood/sticks, tied with 4 lashing knots: square, diagonal, tripod, shear lashings. No bigger than 15″ square. (5.1 Competencies)

8. KubKar that you made and ran in a rally. (1 item for Arts & Hobby)

Scouts (ages 11-14)

9. An item Celebrating Canada’s 150th. (1 item for Country)

10. Four different photo’s you took identifying edible wild plants; mounted and labeled. (Competencies)

11. Build a lean-to-shelter for a doll or action figure; using wood/sticks, tied with 4 lashing knots: square, diagonal, tripod, shear lashings. No bigger than 15″ square. (Competencies)

12. Truck that you made & ran in a rally. (1 item for Arts & Hobby)

 

Class 48 A & B & C

Youth Poster Competition – Original Handmade Design

Entry Rules
1. Theme: “Promoting Your Fair” – Name and date of Fair must be clearly shown on poster.
2. Must be hand drawn
3. Poster size: Min. of 8.5” x 11” (23cm x 28cm), without border. Maximum of 11” x 17” (28cm x 44cm), without border
4. Each entry must be mounted on a black art card or bristol board showing a 2” border.
5. First prize winner qualifies to enter District Competition in Fall of 2017.
6. First prize winner at District qualifies to enter OAAS Competition at the Convention in Feb. 2018. (See OAAS section of book for full Rules and details for other competitions)
7. Name of Fair, District ( Beachburg is District #2), contact person, owner of poster, and school to be clearly labeled on back of each poster for Disterict & Convention levels, hide this info at fair level.

Prize at Fair Level ~ 1st-$4, 2nd-$3, 3rd – $2

Three Classes
A) Junior up to Grade 4.
B) Youth Grade 5 to Grade 8
C) Senior Grade 9 to Grade 12

Judging Standards or how Posters are judged
1. Overall Appearance – 20 points
2. Attract and hold attention – 30 points
3. Competition theme clear – 40 points
4. Quality materials / end product – 10 points