You can reach the Peachland Fall Fair by email at info@peachlandfallfair.ca at any time. We'll return your correspondence immediately.

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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.

Junior Section Member: Maureen Barkley (250) 767-2859, Charmaine Nofield (250) 767-9679

Parents should refrain from the natural urge to help prepare exhibits. The judge can always tell and will mark accordingly.  Where the age is requested, please use a “sticky note” that can easily be removed after judging.  Please do not write the age of the Junior on the entry tag.  Parents and Guardians are reminded to check the exhibit to ensure all personal information is removed or is properly covered during judging and displaying.

Be sure to code your entry tag accurately. M = Ages 8 years and under; N = Ages 9 years to 11 years; P = Ages 12 years to 17 years.  Examples on entry tags, M32 = Drawing (Coloured), Age 7; N81 = Model from scratch, Age 10; P94 = Quilting, Age 15

As the display space is limited, we request that exhibitors please keep all entries to a reasonable size. Maximum size for all exhibits is 45 cm x 45 cm (18” x 18”)As the display space is limited, we request that exhibitors please keep all entries to a reasonable size. Maximum size for all exhibits is 45 cm x 45 cm (18” x 18”)

Entries from past years will NOT be allowed. All entries will be judged for creativity, originality, and skill regardless of the number of entries in each category. Age-appropriateness can be a significant factor in awarding of prizes!

Desktop Publishing (Computer-Aided):  must contain both text and graphics/pictures - follow good graphics design

CONTAINER GARDENING (must be grown in a container)

11.Any plant grown from seed (must be started this growing season and be at least 1 month old)

16.Any flower (or collection of flowers in pot)

17.Any vegetable or collection of vegetables

18.Any herb or herb garden

     

GRAPHIC ARTS / CREATIVE WRITING

21.Penmanship  – Print or write theme:  'Fine at 99'

     

ART / DRAWINGS

31.Drawing (Black and White)

32.Drawing (Coloured)

35.Painting (any medium)

37.Computer art (original)

35.Theme-based art/drawings

     

CREATIVE WRITING (Hand-printed/written, must be original, may be illustrated hand drawings, etc.)

41.   Poem ( up to 12 lines)

42.   Short story (up to 1 page - about 100 words)

43.   A real-life experience (something that happened to or around you, a place you visited) or ‘my favourite (bear / pet / food / hobby, etc) – can be imaginary

44.   A card (Mother’s Day, Valentine, Christmas, Easter, etc.).

     

DESKTOP PUBLISHING (Computer-Aided)

51.   Poem / saying / slogan - illustrated

52.   Short story (original / fiction) - illustrated

53.   Story (real-life - something that happened to or around you – a place you visited), my favourite (bear / pet / food / hobby, etc) – can be imaginary – must be illustrated

54.   A card (Mother’s Day, Valentine, Christmas, Easter, etc.)

     

HANDICRAFTS

61. Pressed flower arrangement

62. Handicraft (Woodwork, pottery, soap carving, paper-maché, etc.)

63. Jewelry (e.g. Camp-craft – bracelets / necklaces using natural materials or beads, etc.)  

65. Recycled creations

66. Scrapbooking (1page)

67. Hanging Mobile

68. Theme-based handicraft 'Fine at 99'

HOBBIES       

71. Collection: Stamps, post-cards, sport cards, etc.

72. Nature Collection: Leaves, shells, flowers, insects, etc.

78. Theme-based hobbies:  'Fine at 99'

     

MODELS

81. Model from scratch (no kit/Lego)

82. Model from scratch (unconventional material, e.g. pasta, popsicle sticks, pipe cleaners, etc.)

83. Model from kit (no Lego)

84. Model from kit (under 6 years - Lego permitted) – M only

85. Lego design, Original (over 6 years old) 

     

NEEDLE CRAFTS

91. Crocheting                                                                                                                  

92. Embroidery, Needlepoint, Plastic Canvas

93. Knitting (any kind, e.g. spool, on needles)

94. Quilting (Hand or Machine), Textile, Appliqué

95. Sewing (Hand or Machine)

98. Themed Needle Craft 'Fine at 99'

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*Check all other Sections for Junior Categories*

Section A: Baking and Preserves

Section B: FlowersSection

E: Vegetables, Eggs and Honey

Section G: Flower Arranging

Section L: Junior Photography

Trophies and Awards for Juniors:  In addition to prizes and awards for Juniors in other sections, Juniors are eligible to win the following awards:

Section M – Junior – Ages 8 Years & Under

Peachland Fire Department - Highest Aggregate Points - Boys

Peachland Fire Department - Highest Aggregate Points - Girls

Margaret McNeil Rosette - Best Handicraft

Section N – Junior – Ages 9 to 11 Years

Peachland Lions Club - Highest Aggregate Points - Boys

Peachland Lions Club - Highest Aggregate Points - Girls

Margaret McNeil Rosette - Best Handicraft

Section P – Junior – Ages 12 to 17 Years

Peachland Rotary Club - Highest Aggregate Points - Boys & Girls

Margaret McNeil Rosette - Best Handicraft

      

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 2018 Peachland Fall Fair.

Volunteers

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)

Friday, September 7th

(Exhibitors & Volunteers Only) 5:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Entry Submission

Saturday, September 8th

7:30 a.m. – 8:30 a.m. Fresh Flower Submissions

1:00 p.m. Doors Open

1:30 p.m. Official Opening

2:00 p.m. Tea & Goodies - Sponsored by the Peachland Hospital Auxiliary

6:00 p.m. Closing

Sunday, September 9th

10:00 a.m. Doors Open

11:00 a.m. Tea & Goodies - Sponsored by the Peachland Hospital Auxiliary

4:00 p.m. Awards Ceremony