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Contest Rules and Regulations:  In the event of a discrepancy between the website and the printed book, the printed book shall be used.

Section Manager: Wayne Power (250) 767-9549 and Sharlene Bennett (250) 767-6146

Unless otherwise specified, FRESH materials must be used.  Try to use appropriate greenery where possible. 

Artificial refers to plastic, silk or paper.  Dried refers to natural materials.

1.A Tudor Touch – Nosegay or posy of herbs and scented flowers
2.A National Arrangement – Themed, accessories allowed, fresh or dried with flowers, Prize Awarded. 
3.In a teacup arrangement – matching flowers to teacup and saucer artwork.
4.Dried flowers – only dried materials must be used.
5.Silk flowers – only silk materials allowed, any size.
6.Autumn blessings – basket of flowers with fruit and/or vegetables.
7.Celebration – An arrangement of fresh flowers depicting a holiday theme.
8.Centerpiece for Table – dried or silk, not more than 10” (25 cm) high
9.Centerpiece for Table – fresh flowers, not more than 10” (25 cm) high
10.Corsage or boutonniere – fresh flowers only, with accessories
11.Corsage or boutonniere – silk or dried flowers only, with accessories
12.The Fun and Magic of Disney – Fresh, silk or dried flowers.
13.Expressions of Love – Any use of roses (varieties)
14.Fantasy – silk or dried flowers, match arrangement choice to novel container.
15.Favorites of Fall
16.In a Country Garden – your choice of flowers, herbs, appropriate material
17.Miniature Centerpiece – Dried flowers only, overall size may not be more than 3”x3”x3” (7.5 cm x7.5cm x7.5 cm)
18.Miniature Centerpiece – Fresh flowers only, overall size may not be more than 3”x3”x3” (7.5 cm x7.5cm x7.5 cm).
19.Monochromatic Arrangement – shades and tints of all one color
20.Naturalistic – using all natural materials with flowers and herbs
21.Annuals or Perennials - Themed
22.Scenic Dish Garden – arrangement of five – seven (5-7) plants
23.Shades of Green – Must be all “shades” of the colour green, any size
24.Simplicity – any one fresh flower arranged with its own greenery.
25.Southwest Influence – Cacti garden must be a variety of cactus
26.Symphony – Oriental expression in an appropriate “eastern” container
27.Wreath, Topiary, or Bonsai – using an Okanagan theme, materials of your choice


28.Fragrant Theme - Flowers & Herbs - Any Sized - Container with Accessories.
29.Red & White Flowers - fresh flowers only
30.Themed - using official Canada 150 logo with silk or dried flowers

Canada Proud - Harvesting Traditions Theme

The overarching theme of Canada 150 is "Strong. Proud. Free."

This theme connects us with our past, embraces the present and builts toward the future.  For the Fall Fair themed entries, we are encouraging exhibitors to submit entries representing Canada and its traditions.  This can include colors of red and white, using maple syrup in baking, drawing or photographing local heritage, stitching maple leafs, etc.  

The possibilities are endless!

Special Thanks

On behalf of the Peachland Fall Fair, and the Peachland community at large, we would like to extend a warm thank you to the judges! Our Fair could not have happened without their expertise and generosity. A community like Peachland works best when its members take an active role in activities.

"Thank you for coming forward and donating your time to judge all the entries in the 2017 Peachland Fall Fair."


The Peachland Fall Fair is always a big event that takes a lot of organizing and without the help of dedicated volunteers this event would not be possible. Thank you to all the volunteers for donating countless hours to ensure the success of the annual Peachland Fall Fair.

Those who can, do. Those who can do more, volunteer.

~Author Unknown

Peachland Community Centre

4450 – 6th Street

Peachland, BC

Admission Adult $3.00

Child $0.50

(12 years and under)

September 9th 1 p.m. – 6 p.m.

September 10th 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Award Ceremony September 10th 4 p.m.