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Ponies (Dept. 1)

Superintendents
Jill Sterling & Ron Riggs
 
ALL  DIVISION PREMIUMS ARE AS FOLLOWS:
 
           $20   -   $15   -   $10   -   $8   -   $7
                     *Champions  will receive Rosettes*
 
General Rules & Guidelines
When making entries, specify how many stalls will be needed.
Premiums must be picked up during the Fair. No checks will be written.
 
Judging: SATURDAY, August 31, 2019 AT 9:00 A.M.
  1. No later than Saturday, August 10, 2019 at 5:00 P.M. each exhibitor MUST report the NUMBER OF ANIMALS being entered to the Superintendent in charge, otherwise no stalls will be available.
  2. Must be in place by 10:00 A.M., August 27, 2019 (Tuesday)
  3. An animal must appear in show ring, and be judged in order to be eligible for premium.
  4. There will be no parking of Stark County Livestock exhibitor’s or Junior Fair exhibitor’s livestock trailers or large trucks on the fairgrounds during the Fair in 2019.
  5. No entries in open class will be permitted to leave until 6:00 P.M. the last day of the Fair, Monday, September 2, 2019.
Ownership
  1. All animals competing must be entered in the name of their bona fide owners or their duly authorized agents. Should doubts arise, the management may require affidavits of ownership.
Admission to Ring
  1. This being an educational show, all exhibitors are requested to pay particular attention to both his/her dress and demeanor of their attendants.
  2. All attendants must be neatly and properly dressed on entering the show ring. Entry Fees 10% of first place Premium and $25.00 for membership or exhibitor ticket must be paid at time of making entries. Entries close Saturday, August 10, 2019 at 5:00 P.M.
  3. No person other than officials and attendants on duty in the ring, the judges of the class being exhibited and members of the Executive Committee will be admitted to the show ring.
  4. Only ponies awarded first class, when shown in hand, can compete in Championship Class.
  5. Unruly or unmanageable animals may be excused from the ring at the discretion of judge and/or management.
  6. Age of ponies and riders and drivers to be reckoned as being the 31st day of December in the year in which the individual was born.
  7. No Mini Horses

 

***Showmanship classes are handler based and not restricted to specific breed.  Ponies must be of comparable size and not compete in more than one division."

Divisions

Shetland (Division 1)
  • NOT TO BE SHOWN IN ANY OTHER DIVISION
  • Not over 46 inches.
  • Champion & Reserve Champion Shetland - Rosette
 
ClassName
1
  • Shown by male or female - 17 Yrs and Under
  • Showmanship Class
2
  • Shown by male or female - 18 Yrs or Older
  • Showmanship Class

 

3
4
5
6
Mini (Division 2)
Draft Ponies (Division 3)
Registered Haflingers (Division 4)
Other Breeds - Papers Or No Papers (Division 5)
Donkeys, Mules, Burros (Division 6)

No Stallinos or Jacks to be shown

36" & Over

ClassName
1

Shown by man or woman over 18 years old

2

shown by boy or girl under 18 yrs old

3

Shown by man or woman over 18 years old

4

Shown by boy or girl under 18 years old

5

Shown by man or woman over 18 years old

6

Shown by boy or girl under 18 years old

7

Shown by man or woman over 18 years old

8

Shown by boy or girl under 18 years old

Fun Classes (Division 7)

Dairy Cattle Show - Combined Sr & Jr Fair (Dept. 2)

2019 Stark County Sr. & Jr. Fair Combined Dairy Show
Friday,  August 30th
 
Judging:  Jr. Fair Showmanship to begin at 9 am - Judging for both Jr. & Sr. Show to begin immediately after (approximately 10:30 am)
 
Superintendent
Justin Durkin - for info call Justin Durkin at  (330) 575-2578
 
 
 
ATTENTION: If your cattle are already enrolled as a 4-H project, DO NOT RESERVE ADDITIONAL STALLS.
 
 
 
General Rules & Guidelines
  1. Entries in this department must be made not later than Saturday, August 10, 2019 at 5:00 P.M. Entry fees are 10% of first premium and $25.00 for membership or exhibitor ticket. These must be paid at time of making entries. No entrance fees required in Champion Classes. (Right is reserved to reject all entries if space is filled)
  2. There will be no parking of Stark County Livestock exhibitors or Junior Fair exhibitors livestock trailers or large trucks on the fairgrounds during the Fair in 2019.
  3. All livestock entries must be in place of exhibition by 10:00 A.M., August 27, 2019 (Tuesday) and remain until 6:00 P.M. the last day of the fair or premiums will be forfeited.
  4. A payment of all milk receipts will be made to the producers according to their weights.
Dairy Judging
  1. All animals must be recorded and appear in the name of the exhibitor on the records of the respective Associations, and registration certificates must be available at any time. Breeds will start with Ayrshires Class 1 (Spring Hefer).
  2. Except for Champion Classes, which will receive ribbons only, all classes will get ribbons and premiums for places 1st through 10th.
Premiums as follows: $40- $38- $36- $34- $32- $30- $28- $26- $24- $22

Divisions

Ayrshires (Division 1)
ClassName
1

Born after February 28, 2019 and over 4 months of age

2

Born Dec 1, 2018 - February 28, 2019

3

Born Sept 1, 2018 - Nov 30, 2018

4

Born June 1, 2018 - August 31, 2018

5

Born March 2, 2018 - May 31, 2018

6

Born Dec 1, 2017 - Feb 28, 2018

7
  • Born Sept 1, 2017 - Nov 30, 2017
  • Junior Champion & Reserve of Jr. Fair Show - Ribbon
  • Junior Champion & Reserve of Sr. Fair Show - Ribbon
8

Shall consist of 3 females under 2 years of age, either bred and at least two owned by exhibitor.

9

Born Sept 1, 2016 - Aug 31, 2017

 

10

Born Sept 1, 2015 - Aug 31, 2016

11

Born Sept 1, 2014 - Aug 31, 2015

12

Born before September 1, 2014

13
  • Senior Champion Female - Ribbon
  • Grand Champion Female - Ribbon
  • Reserve Champion Female - Ribbon
14

Owned & Bred by Exhibitor

15

3 animals over 2 years of age either sex, 2 owned and bred by exhibitor

16
17

 2 animals from same Dam

Brown Swiss (Division 2)
ClassName
1

Born after February 28, 2019 and over 4 months of age

2

Born Dec 1, 2019 - February 28, 2019

3

Born Sept 1, 2018 - Nov 30, 2018

4

Born June 1, 2018 - August 31, 2018

5

Born March 2, 2018 - May 31, 2018

6

Born Dec 1, 2017 - Feb 28, 2018

7
  • Born Sept 1, 2017 - Nov 30, 2017
  •  Jr. Champion & Reserve of Jr. Fair Show - Ribbon
  • Junior Champion & Reserve of Sr. Fair Show - Ribbon
8

Shall consist of 3 females under 2 years of age, either bred and at least two owned by exhibitor.

9

Born Sept 1, 2016 - Aug 31, 2017

 

10

Born Sept 1, 2015 - Aug 31, 2016

11

Born Sept 1, 2014 - Aug 31, 2015

12

Born before September 1, 2014

13
  • Senior Champion Female - Ribbon
  • Grand Champion Female - Ribbon
  • Reserve Champion Female - Ribbon
14

Owned & Bred by Exhibitor

15

3 animals over 2 years of age either sex, 2 owned and bred by exhibitor

16
17

 2 animals from same Dam

Guernseys (Division 3)
ClassName
1

Born after February 28, 2019 and over 4 months of age

2

Born Dec 1, 2018 - February 28, 2019

3

Born Sept 1, 2018 - Nov 30, 2018

4

Born June 1, 2018 - August 31, 2018

5

Born March 2, 2018 - May 31, 2018

6

Born Dec 1, 2017 - Feb 28, 2018

7
  • Born Sept 1, 2017 - Nov 30, 2017
  • Junior Champion & Reserve of Jr. Fair Show - Ribbon
  • Junior Champion & Reserve of Sr. Fair Show - Ribbon
8

Shall consist of 3 females under 2 years of age, either bred and at least two owned by exhibitor.

9

Born Sept 1, 2016 - Aug 31, 2017

10

Born Sept 1, 2015 - Aug 31, 2016

11

Born Sept 1, 2014 - Aug 31, 2015

12

Born before September 1, 2014

13
  • Senior Champion Female - Ribbon
  • Grand Champion Female - Ribbon
  • Reserve Champion Female - Ribbon
14

Owned & Bred by Exhibitor

15

3 animals over 2 years of age either sex, 2 owned and bred by exhibitor

16
17

 2 animals from same Dam

Jerseys (Division 4)
ClassName
1

Born after February 28, 2019 and over 4 months of age

2

Born Dec 1, 2018 - February 28, 2019

3

Born Sept 1, 2018 - Nov 30, 2018

4

Born June 1, 2018 - August 31, 2018

5

Born March 2, 2018 - May 31, 2018

6

Born Dec 1, 2017 - Feb 28, 2018

7
  • Born Sept 1, 2017 - Nov 30, 2017
  • Junior Champion & Reserve of Jr. Fair Show - Ribbon
  • Junior Champion & Reserve of Sr. Fair Show - Ribbon
8

Shall consist of 3 females under 2 years of age, either bred and at least two owned by exhibitor.

9

Born Sept 1, 2016 - Aug 31, 2017

10

Born Sept 1, 2015 - Aug 31, 2016

11

Born Sept 1, 2014 - Aug 31, 2015

12

Born before September 1, 2014

13
  • Senior Champion Female - Ribbon
  • Grand Champion Female - Ribbon
  • Reserve Champion Female - Ribbon
14

Owned & Bred by Exhibitor

15

3 animals over 2 years of age either sex, 2 owned and bred by exhibitor

16
17

 2 animals from same Dam

Shorthorns (Division 5)
ClassName
1

Born after February 28, 2019 and over 4 months of age

2

Born Dec 1, 2018 - February 28, 2019

3

Born Sept 1, 2018 - Nov 30, 2018

4

Born June 1, 2018 - August 31, 2018

5

Born March 2, 2018 - May 31, 2018

6

Born Dec 1, 2017 - Feb 28, 2018

7
  • Born Sept 1, 2017 - Nov 30, 2017
  • Junior Champion & Reserve of Jr. Fair Show - Ribbon
  • Junior Champion & Reserve of Sr. Fair Show - Ribbon
8

Shall consist of 3 females under 2 years of age, either bred and at least two owned by exhibitor.

9

Born Sept 1, 2016 - Aug 31, 2017

 

10

Born Sept 1, 2015 - Aug 31, 2016

11

Born Sept 1, 2014 - Aug 31, 2015

12

Born before September 1, 2014

13
  • Senior Champion Female - Ribbon
  • Grand Champion Female - Ribbon
  • Reserve Champion Female - Ribbon
14

Owned & Bred by Exhibitor

15

3 animals over 2 years of age either sex, 2 owned and bred by exhibitor

16
17

 2 animals from same Dam

Holstein (Division 6)
ClassName
1

Born after February 28, 2019 and over 4 months of age

2

Born Dec 1, 2018 - February 28, 2019

3

Born Sept 1, 2018 - Nov 30, 2018

4

Born June 1, 2018 - August 31, 2018

5

Born March 2, 2018 - May 31, 2018

6

Born Dec 1, 2017 - Feb 28, 2018

7
  • Born Sept 1, 2017 - Nov 30, 2017
  • Junior Champion & Reserve of Jr. Fair Show - Ribbon
  • Junior Champion & Reserve of Sr. Fair Show - Ribbon
8

Shall consist of 3 females under 2 years of age, either bred and at least two owned by exhibitor.

9

Born Sept 1, 2016 - August 31, 2017

10

Born Sept 1, 2015 - Aug 31, 2016

11

Born Sept 1, 2014 - Aug 31, 2015

12

Born before September 1, 2014

13
  • Senior Champion & Reserve of the Jr. Show -  Ribbon
  • Senior Champion & Reserve of the Sr. Show - Ribbon
14

Owned & Bred by Exhibitor

15

3 animals over 2 years of age either sex, 2 owned and bred by exhibitor

16
17

 2 animals from same Dam

Beef Cattle (Dept. 3)

Superintendent
DANNY SCHMUCKER
Assistant: Earl Rohn
 
Judging: WEDNESDAY AUGUST 28, 2019 AT 8:30 A.M.
 
General Rules & Guidelines
Entries close Saturday, August 10, 2019 at 5:00 P.M. All livestock entries must be in place of exhibition by 10:00 A.M., August 27, 2019 and remain until 6:00 P.M. the last day of the Fair or premiums will be forfeited.
 
There will be no parking of Stark County Livestock exhibitor’s or Junior Fair exhibitors livestock trailers or large trucks on the fairgrounds during the Fair in 2019.
  1. CERTIFICATE OF REGISTRATION in the proper breed or transfer showing ownership, must be produced by exhibitor when requested by the Superintendent in charge. All animals regardless of age must be recorded and appear in the name of the exhibitor on the records of their respective association by the closing date for entries. Certificate of ownership and identification according to the breed organizations will be required before showing animals. All exhibitors must have registration papers in hand, not applied for, for all animals 4 months of age and older.
  2. All tattoos, identification of animals and registration papers must be produced for checking, if requested by the superintendent in charge.
  3. Entry fees are 10% of First Place Premium and $25.00 for membership or exhibitor ticket and must be paid when making entries.
  4. Animals shown in Jr. Fair Program must comply with the rule: Grooming limited to immediate family.
  5. Fans will not be allowed behind cattle in their space in the barn.
  6. All individual classes limited to 2 entries for each exhibitor or firm. All group classes limited to 1 entry for each exhibitor or firm.
  7. All exhibitors from Stark County will have preference on barn space. Out of county participants may be rejected due to space. This space will be determined after all entries are made. If space is not available your entry money will be refunded.
  8. All open class animals must be housed in open class barn, unless, exhibitor is in 4-H or approval for housing elsewhere, is given by the superintendent of the Beef Cattle.

Divisions

Black Angus (Division 1)
Classes 1-17
  • Premiums: $45 - $42 - $39 - $36 - $33
  • Champion Bull (class winners) - Ribbon
  • Reserve Champion Bull (Remaining class winners and 2nd place winner in class the produced champion) - Ribbon
Classes 1-17
  • Premiums: $45 - $42 - $39 - $36 - $33
  • Champion Female (class winners) - Ribbon
  • Reserve Champion Female (Remaining class winners and 2nd place winner in class the produced champion) - Ribbon
We will show the Champion Bull and then the Champion Female from each breed together for a $25.00 premium to the champion of all breeds.
 
Classes 18-23
  • Premiums: $20 - $16 - $13 - $10 - $8
  • All animals must have been shown in an individual class.
Classes 24-25
  • Premiums: $32 - $29 - $26 - $23 - $20 
  • Will show after the 23 classes are completed from all divisions.
ClassName
1
  • After Jan 1, 2019
2
  • Nov 1, 2018 to Dec 31, 2018
3
  • Sept 1, 2018 to Oct 31, 2018
4
  • July 1, 2018 to Aug 31, 2018
5
  • May 1, 2018 to June 30, 2018
6
  • March 1, 2018 to April 30, 2018
7
  • Jan 1, 201 to Feb 28, 2018
8
  • Sept 1, 2017 to Dec 31, 2017
9
  • Jan 1, 2019 and after
10
  • Nov 1, 2018 to Dec 31, 2018
11
  • Sept 1, 2018 to Oct 31, 2018
12
  • July 1, 2018 to Aug 31, 2018
13
  • May 1, 2018 to June 30, 2018
14
  • March 1, 2018 to April 30, 2018
15
  • Jan 1, 2018 to Feb 28, 2018
16
  • Sept 1, 2017 to Dec 31, 2017
17
  • Before August 31, 2017
18
  • One Bull from class 1-2-3
  • One Heifer from class 9-10-11
19
  • One Bull from class 4-5-6-7
  • One Heifer from class 12-13-14-15
20
  • Any age, owned by same exhibitor
21
  • Calf born after Jan. 1, 2019
22
  • 1 male Jr. year or under
  • 2 females under 2 years
23
  • 4 animals
  • Both sexes represented
  • Sired by same Bull
  • Owned by same Exhibitor
24
  • Each class winner will compete for Champion.
  • A $10.00 premium and a Ribbon will be given.
25
  • January 1, 2019 to June 1, 2019
  • Must be a steer Champion Feeder Calf
  • Each class winner will compete for champion.
  • A $10.00 premium and a Ribbon will be given.
Cross Breed (Division 2)
Classes 1-17
  • Premiums: $45 - $42 - $39 - $36 - $33
  • Champion Bull (class winners) - Ribbon
  • Reserve Champion Bull (Remaining class winners and 2nd place winner in class the produced champion) - Ribbon
Classes 1 - 17
  • Premiums: $45 - $42 - $39 - $36 - $33
  • Champion Female (class winners) - Ribbon
  • Reserve Champion Female (Remaining class winners and 2nd place winner in class the produced champion) - Ribbon
We will show the Champion Bull and then the Champion Female from each breed together for a $25.00 premium to the champion of all breeds.
Classes 18-23
  • Premiums: $20 - $16 - $13 - $10 - $8
  • All animals must have been shown in an individual class.
Classes 24-25
  • Premiums: $32 - $29 - $26 - $23 - $20
  • Will show after the 23 classes are completed from all divisions.
ClassName
1
  • After Jan 1, 2019
2
  • Nov 1, 2018 to Dec 31, 2018
3
  • Sept 1, 2018 to Oct 31, 2018
4
  • July 1, 2018 to Aug 31, 2018
5
  • May 1, 2018 to June 30, 2018
6
  • March 1, 2018 to April 30, 2018
7
  • Jan 1, 2018 to Feb 28, 2018
8
  • Sept 1, 2017 to Dec 31, 2017
9
  • Jan 1, 2019 and after
10
  • Nov 1, 2018 to Dec 31, 2018
11
  • Sept 1, 2018 to Oct 31, 2018
12
  • July 1, 2018 to Aug 31, 2018
13
  • May 1, 2018 to June 30, 2018
14
  • March 1, 2018 to April 30, 2018
15
  • Jan 1, 2018 to Feb 28, 2018
16
  • Sept 1, 2017 to Dec 31, 2017
17
  • Before August 31, 2017
18
  • One Bull from class 1-2-3
  • One Heifer from class 9-10-11
19
  • One Bull from class 4-5-6-7
  • One Heifer from class 12-13-14-15
20
  • Any age, owned by same exhibitor
21
  • Calf born after Jan. 1, 2019
22
  • 1 male Jr. year or under
  • 2 females under 2 years
23
  • 4 animals
  • Both sexes represented
  • Sired by same Bull
  • Owned by same Exhibitor
24
  • Each class winner will compete for Champion.
  • A $10.00 premium and a Ribbon will be given.
25
  • January 1, 2019 to June 1, 2019
  • Must be a steer Champion Feeder Calf
  • Each class winner will compete for champion.
  • A $10.00 premium and a Ribbon will be given.
Hereford (Division 3)
Classes 1-17
  • Premiums: $45 - $42 - $39 - $36 - $33
  • Champion Bull (class winners) - Ribbon
  • Reserve Champion Bull (Remaining class winners and 2nd place winner in class the produced champion) - Ribbon
Classes 1 - 17
  • Premiums: $45 - $42 - $39 - $36 - $33
  • Champion Female (class winners) - Ribbon
  • Reserve Champion Female (Remaining class winners and 2nd place winner in class the produced champion) - Ribbon
We will show the Champion Bull and then the Champion Female from each breed together for a $25.00 premium to the champion of all breeds.
Classes 18-23
  • Premiums: $20 - $16 - $13 - $10 - $8
  • All animals must have been shown in an individual class.
Classes 24-25
  • Premiums: $32 - $29 - $26 - $23 - $20
  • Will show after the 23 classes are completed from all divisions.
ClassName
1
  • After Jan 1, 2019
2
  • Nov 1, 2018 to Dec 31, 2018
3
  • Sept 1, 2018 to Oct 31, 2018
4
  • July 1, 2018 to Aug 31, 2018
5
  • May 1, 2018 to June 30, 2018
6
  • March 1, 2018 to April 30, 2018
7
  • Jan 1, 2018 to Feb 28, 2018
8
  • Sept 1, 2017 to Dec 31, 2017
9
  • Jan 1, 2019 and after
10
  • Nov 1, 2018 to Dec 31, 2018
11
  • Sept 1, 2018 to Oct 31, 2018
12
  • July 1, 2018 to Aug 31, 2018
13
  • May 1, 2018 to June 30, 2018
14
  • March 1, 2018 to April 30, 2018
15
  • Jan 1, 2018 to Feb 28, 2018
16
  • Sept 1, 2017 to Dec 31, 2017
17
  • Before August 31, 2017
18
  • One Bull from class 1-2-3
  • One Heifer from class 9-10-11
19
  • One Bull from class 4-5-6-7
  • One Heifer from class 12-13-14-15
20
  • Any age, owned by same exhibitor
21
  • Calf born after Jan. 1, 2019
22
  • 1 male Jr. year or under
  • 2 females under 2 years
23
  • 4 animals
  • Both sexes represented
  • Sired by same Bull
  • Owned by same Exhibitor
24
  • Each class winner will compete for Champion.
  • A $10.00 premium and a Ribbon will be given.
25
  • January 1, 2019 to June 1, 2019
  • Must be a steer Champion Feeder Calf
  • Each class winner will compete for champion.
  • A $10.00 premium and a Ribbon will be given.
Shorthorn (Division 4)
Classes 1-17
  • Premiums: $45 - $42 - $39 - $36 - $33
  • Champion Bull (class winners) - Ribbon
  • Reserve Champion Bull (Remaining class winners and 2nd place winner in class the produced champion) - Ribbon
Classes 1-17
  • Premiums: $45 - $42 - $39 - $36 - $33
  • Champion Female (class winners) - Ribbon
  • Reserve Champion Female (Remaining class winners and 2nd place winner in class the produced champion) - Ribbon
We will show the Champion Bull and then the Champion Female from each breed together for a $25.00 premium to the champion of all breeds.
Classes 18-23
  • Premiums: $20 - $16 - $13 - $10 - $8
  • All animals must have been shown in an individual class.
Classes 24-25
  • Premiums: $32 - $29 - $26 - $23 - $20
  • Will show after the 23 classes are completed from all divisions.
ClassName
1
  • After Jan 1, 2019
2
  • Nov 1, 2018 to Dec 31, 2018
3
  • Sept 1, 2018 to Oct 31, 2018
4
  • July 1, 2018 to Aug 31, 2018
5
  • May 1, 2018 to June 30, 2018
6
  • March 1, 2018 to April 30, 2018
7
  • Jan 1, 2018 to Feb 28, 2018
8
  • Sept 1, 2017 to Dec 31, 2017
9
  • Jan 1, 2019 and after
10
  • Nov 1, 2018 to Dec 31, 2018
11
  • Sept 1, 2018 to Oct 31, 2018
12
  • July 1, 2018 to Aug 31, 2018
13
  • May 1, 2018 to June 30, 2018
14
  • March 1, 2018 to April 30, 2018
15
  • Jan 1, 2018 to Feb 28, 2018
16
  • Sept 1, 2017 to Dec 31, 2017
17
  • Before August 31, 2017

 

18
  • One Bull from class 1-2-3
  • One Heifer from class 9-10-11
19
  • One Bull from class 4-5-6-7
  • One Heifer from class 12-13-14-15
20
  • Any age, owned by same exhibitor
21
  • Calf born after Jan. 1, 2019
22
  • 1 male Jr. year or under
  • 2 females under 2 years
23
  • 4 animals
  • Both sexes represented
  • Sired by same Bull
  • Owned by same Exhibitor
24
  • Each class winner will compete for Champion.
  • A $10.00 premium and a Ribbon will be given.
25
  • January 1, 2019 to June 1, 2019
  • Must be a steer Champion Feeder Calf
  • Each class winner will compete for champion.
  • A $10.00 premium and a Ribbon will be given.
Simmental (Division 5)
Classes 1-17
  • Premiums: $45 - $42 - $39 - $36 - $33
  • Champion Bull (class winners) - Ribbon
  • Reserve Champion Bull (Remaining class winners and 2nd place winner in class the produced champion) - Ribbon
Classes 1-17
  • Premiums: $45 - $42 - $39 - $36 - $33
  • Champion Female (class winners) - Ribbon
  • Reserve Champion Female (Remaining class winners and 2nd place winner in class the produced champion) - Ribbon
We will show the Champion Bull and then the Champion Female from each breed together for a $25.00 premium to the champion of all breeds.
Classes 18-23
  • Premiums: $20 - $16 - $13 - $10 - $8
  • All animals must have been shown in an individual class.
Classes 24-25
  • Premiums: $32 - $29 - $26 - $23 - $20
  • Will show after the 23 classes are completed from all divisions.
ClassName
1
  • After Jan 1, 2019
2
  • Nov 1, 2018 to Dec 31, 2018
3
  • Sept 1, 2018 to Oct 31, 2018
4
  • July 1, 2018 to Aug 31, 2018
5
  • May 1, 2018 to June 30, 2018
6
  • March 1, 2018 to April 30, 2018
7
  • Jan 1, 2018 to Feb 28, 2018
8
  • Sept 1, 2017 to Dec 31, 2017
9
  • Jan 1, 2019 and after
10
  • Nov 1, 2018 to Dec 31, 2018
11
  • Sept 1, 2018 to Oct 31, 2018
12
  • July 1, 2018 to Aug 31, 2018
13
  • May 1, 2018 to June 30, 2018
14
  • March 1, 2018 to April 30, 2018
15
  • Jan 1, 2018 to Feb 28, 2018
16
  • Sept 1, 2017 to Dec 31, 2017
17
  • Before August 31, 2017
18
  • One Bull from class 1-2-3
  • One Heifer from class 9-10-11
19
  • One Bull from class 4-5-6-7
  • One Heifer from class 12-13-14-15
20
  • Any age, owned by same exhibitor
21
  • Calf born after Jan. 1, 2019
22
  • 1 male Jr. year or under
  • 2 females under 2 years
23
  • 4 animals
  • Both sexes represented
  • Sired by same Bull
  • Owned by same Exhibitor
24
  • Each class winner will compete for Champion.
  • A $10.00 premium and a Ribbon will be given.
25
  • January 1, 2019 to June 1, 2019
  • Must be a steer Champion Feeder Calf
  • Each class winner will compete for champion.
  • A $10.00 premium and a Ribbon will be given.
Scottish Highland (Division 6)
Classes 1-17
  • Premiums: $45 - $42 - $39 - $36 - $33
  • Champion Bull (class winners) - Ribbon
  • Reserve Champion Bull (Remaining class winners and 2nd place winner in class the produced champion) - Ribbon
Classes 1-17
  • Premiums: $45 - $42 - $39 - $36 - $33
  • Champion Female (class winners) - Ribbon
  • Reserve Champion Female (Remaining class winners and 2nd place winner in class the produced champion) - Ribbon
We will show the Champion Bull and then the Champion Female from each breed together for a $25.00 premium to the champion of all breeds.
Classes 18-23
  • Premiums: $20 - $16 - $13 - $10 - $8
  • All animals must have been shown in an individual class.
Classes 24-25
  • Premiums: $32 - $29 - $26 - $23 - $20
  • Will show after the 23 classes are completed from all divisions.
ClassName
1
  • After Jan 1, 2019
2
  • Nov 1, 2018 to Dec 31, 2018
3
  • Sept 1, 2018 to Oct 31, 2018
4
  • July 1, 2018  to Aug 31, 2018
5
  • May 1, 2018 to June 30, 2018
6
  • March 1, 2018 to April 30, 2018
7
  • Jan 1, 2018 to Feb 28, 2018
8
  • Sept 1, 2017 to Dec 31, 2017
9
  • Jan 1, 2019 and after
10
  • Nov 1, 2018 to Dec 31, 2018
11
  • Sept 1, 2018 to Oct 31, 2018
12
  • July 1, 2018 to Aug 31, 2018
13
  • May 1, 2018 to June 30, 2018
14
  • March 1, 2018 to April 30, 2018
15
  • Jan 1, 2018 to Feb 28, 2018
16
  • Sept 1, 2017 to Dec 31, 2017
17
  • Before August 31, 2017
18
  • One Bull from class 1-2-3
  • One Heifer from class 9-10-11
19
  • One Bull from class 4-5-6-7
  • One Heifer from class 12-13-14-15
20
21
  • Calf born after Jan. 1, 2019
22
  • 1 male Jr. year or under
  • 2 females under 2 years
23
  • 4 animals
  • Both sexes represented
  • Sired by same Bull
  • Owned by same Exhibitor
24
  • Each class winner will compete for Champion.
  • A $10.00 premium and a Ribbon will be given.
25
  • January 1, 2019 to June 1, 2019
  • Must be a steer Champion Feeder Calf
  • Each class winner will compete for champion.
  • A $10.00 premium and a Ribbon will be given.
All Other Breeds (Division 7)
Classes 1-17
  • Premiums: $45 - $42 - $39 - $36 - $33
  • Champion Bull (class winners) - Ribbon
  • Reserve Champion Bull (Remaining class winners and 2nd place winner in class the produced champion) - Ribbon
Classes 1-17
  • Premiums: $45 - $42 - $39 - $36 - $33
  • Champion Female (class winners) - Ribbon
  • Reserve Champion Female (Remaining class winners and 2nd place winner in class the produced champion) - Ribbon
We will show the Champion Bull and then the Champion Female from each breed together for a $25.00 premium to the champion of all breeds.
Classes 18-23
  • Premiums: $20 - $16 - $13 - $10 - $8
  • All animals must have been shown in an individual class.
Classes 24-25
  • Premiums: $32 - $29 - $26 - $23 - $20
  • Will show after the 23 classes are completed from all divisions.
ClassName
1
  • After Jan 1, 2019
2
  • Nov 1, 2018 to Dec 31, 2018
3
  • Sept. 1, 2018 - Oct 31, 2018
4
  • July 1, 2018 to Aug 31, 2018
5
  • May 1, 2018 to June 30, 2018
6
  • March 1, 2018 to April 30, 2018
7
  • Jan 1, 2018 to Feb 28, 2018
8
  • Sept 1, 2017 to Dec 31, 2017
9
  • Jan 1, 2019 and after
10
  • Nov 1, 2018 to Dec 31, 2018
11
  • Sept 1, 2018 to Oct 31, 2018
12
  • July 1, 2018 to Aug 31, 2018
13
  • May 1, 2018 to June 30, 2018
14
  • March 1, 2018 to April 30, 2018
15
  • Jan 1, 2018  to Feb 28, 2018
16
  • Sept 1, 2017 to Dec 31, 2017
17
  • Before August 31, 2017
18
  • One Bull from class 1-2-3
  • One Heifer from class 9-10-11
19
  • One Bull from class 4-5-6-7
  • One Heifer from class 12-13-14-15
20
  • Any age, owned by same exhibitor
21
  • Calf born after Jan. 1, 2019
22
  • 1 male Jr. year or under
  • 2 females under 2 years
23
  • 4 animals
  • Both sexes represented
  • Sired by same Bull
  • Owned by same Exhibitor
24
  • Each class winner will compete for Champion.
  • A $10.00 premium and a Ribbon will be given.
25
  • January 1, 2019 to June 1, 2019
  • Must be a steer Champion Feeder Calf
  • Each class winner will compete for champion.
  • A $10.00 premium and a Ribbon will be given.

Dairy Goats (Dept. 4)

Superintendents
Jill McNeil
Assistants: Liz Garman
 
Judging: FRIDAY, AUGUST 30th AT 2:00 P.M. To follow Junior Fair Dairy Goat Show
 
General Rules & Guidelines
  1. All goats shown in open class must have a USDA approved Scrapies I.D. Tag or Tattoo.
  2. A list, of all animals shown, must be turned in to the Department Superintendent by show day. This list must include tag or tattoo numbers, breed and ages of goats. If the list is not turned in, premiums may be withheld.
  3. Does who have kidded less than 30 days prior to August 27th, or who are due to kid within 2 weeks after the Fair will not be permitted to be exhibited.
  4. All Entries in this Department must be in place for Exhibition by 10:00 A.M., AUGUST 27th and remain until 6:00 PM, the last day of the Fair or Premiums will be forfeited.  Entry fees 10% of First Place Premium per individual class entry, plus $25.00 for membership of exhibitor ticket.  Entry fees must be paid at the time of making entries.  Entries close Saturday, August 11, 2018, at 5:00 P.M.  Divisions may be combined or separated at the Superintendent's discretion to promote competition.
  5. Entries limited to pen space: please specify number of pens required. Director in charge reserves the right to limit the number of pens requested by exhibitors. Entries are restricted to Registered Does – Purebred and American Purebred to compete in the same classes. All buck goats are barred from Fairgrounds.
  6. Each exhibitor is limited to 2 entries in singles and 1 entry in groups. Entries in groups must be entered in individual classes under the same exhibitors name.
  7. The exhibitor must be the owner of the animal he/she exhibits. Each animal must have complied with the Inspection and Health Requirements of Livestock Exhibited in Ohio. The exhibitor will be required to present registration certificates when requested by the Director in Charge.
  8. All goats must be tattooed and de-horned.  All animals must be DEHORNED with NO MORE than 1/2" solid base to participate in the Stark
    County Fair.  A horn is determined to be more than a 1/2" length with asolid base.  No goats will be permitted on fairgroundswith scurs or horns over 1/2" in length.
  9. In classes where there is no competition, the judge wll place the animal according to merit.
There will be no parking of Stark County Livestock exhibitors or Junior Fair exhibitors livestock trailers or large trucks on the fairgrounds during the Fair in 2019.
 
 
 Premiums:    $15 - $12 - $10- $8 - $5
 
Champions:  Junior and Seniors
        Alpine                             $10.00 + Rosette
        Lamancha                      $10.00 + Rosette
        Nubian                           $10.00 + Rosette
        Toggenburg                   $10.00 + Rosette
        AOB                               $10.00 + Rosette
        Recorded Grade            $10.00 + Rosette
        Nigerian Dwarf               $10.00 + Rosette
 
 
 
Best of Show - Any Breed Junior & Senior                            $15.00 + Rosette
 
 
 

Divisions

Alpine (Division 1)
Lamancha (Division 2)
Nubian (Division 3)
Toggenburg (Division 4)
AOB (Any Other Breeds) (Division 5)
Recorded Grade (Division 6)
Nigerian Dwarf (Division 7)
Best Udder (Division 8)

Premiums:  $15  -  $12  -  $10  -  $8  -  $5

ClassName
1

Sheep (Dept. 5)

Superintendents
Jill McNeil
Assistant: Liz Evans
 
JUDGING: THURSDAY, AUGUST 29, 2019 AT 9:30 A.M.
 
General Rules & Guidelines
 
All open class sheep must remain until 6:00 P.M. the last day of the Fair, or premiums will be forfeited.
  1. All sheep shown in open class must have a USDA approved Scrapies I.D. Tag or Tattoo.
  2. A list, of all animals shown, must be turned in to the Department Superintendent by show day. This list must include tag or tattoo numbers, breed and ages of sheep. If the list is not turned in, premiums may be withheld.
  3. All Livestock entries must be in place for exhibition by 10:00 A.M., AUGUST 27th, and remain until 6:00 P.M. the last day of the Fair or premiums will be forfeited. Entry fees 10% of First Place Premium and $25.00 for membership or exhibitor ticket must be paid at the time of making entries.
  4. Entries limited to pen space. Entries close Saturday, August 10th at 5:00 P.M.
  5. Sheep to be shown in ring. All sheep must be registered by the bona fide owner and recorded in a standard register, which represents the particular breed. Sheep will be judged as to standard of each individual breed.
  6. All individual entries must appear in show ring during show.
  7. Each Exhibitor must be prepared to show registration paper if called for by the Superintendent of the Sheep Department.
  8. There will be no parking of Stark County Livestock exhibitors or Junior Fair exhibitors livestock trailers or large trucks on the fairgrounds during the Fair in 2019.
NO UNWORTHY EXHIBITS SHALL RECEIVE A PREMIUM.
EACH EXHIBITOR IS LIMITED TO 2 ENTRIES IN SINGLES, 1 ENTRY IN GROUPS.
 
Specifications of groups and classes:
  1. Exhibitors Flock: 1 ram 1 yearling or ram lamb
  2. 2 ewes one year and under two years, 2 ewes under one year.
  3. Best ewes from 4 and 6
  4. Pen of Lambs: Consist of two ram lambs and two ewe lambs. Under one year.
  5. Yearling one year old and under two. Lambs under one year.

 

Champion Ram                            $20.00 + Rosette

Champion Ewe                             $20.00 + Rosette

Supreme Champion Ram             $25.00 + Rosette

Supreme Champion Ewe             $25.00 + Rosette

 

Divisions

Cheviots (Division 1)
  • Premiums $15 - $10 - $8 - $6 - $5 - $4
  • Champion Ram - $20 + Rosette
  • Champion Ewe - $20 + Rosette
  • Supreme Champion Ram - $20 + Rosette
  • Supreme Champion Ewe - $20 + Rosette
ClassName
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1 ram lamb & 2 ewe lambs
10
From Class 4 and 6.
11
Columbia (Division 2)
  • Premiums $15 - $10 - $8 - $6 - $5 - $4
  • Champion Ram - $20 + Rosette
  • Champion Ewe - $20 + Rosette
  • Supreme Champion Ram - $20 + Rosette
  • Supreme Champion Ewe - $20 + Rosette
ClassName
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1 ram lamb & 2 ewe lambs
10
From Class 4 and 6.
11
Corriedales (Division 3)
  • Premiums $15 - $10 - $8 - $6 - $5 - $4

 

ClassName
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1 ram lamb & 2 ewe lambs
10
From Class 4 and 6.
11
Horned Dorset (Division 4)
  • Premiums $15 - $10 - $8 - $6 - $5 - $4
  • Champion Ram - $20 + Rosette
  • Champion Ewe - $20 + Rosette
  • Supreme Champion Ram - $20 + Rosette
  • Supreme Champion Ewe - $20 + Rosette
ClassName
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1 ram lamb & 2 ewe lambs
10
From Class 4 and 6.
11
Hampshires (Division 5)
  • Premiums $15 - $10 - $8 - $6 - $5 - $4
  • Champion Ram - $20 + Rosette
  • Champion Ewe - $20 + Rosette
  • Supreme Champion Ram - $20 + Rosette
  • Supreme Champion Ewe - $20 + Rosette
ClassName
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1 ram lamb & 2 ewe lambs
10
From Class 4 and 6.
11
Merino (Division 6)
  • Premiums $15 - $10 - $8 - $6 - $5 - $4
  • Champion Ram - $20 + Rosette
  • Champion Ewe - $20 + Rosette
  • Supreme Champion Ram - $20 + Rosette
  • Supreme Champion Ewe - $20 + Rosette
ClassName
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1 ram lamb & 2 ewe lambs
10
From Class 4 and 6.
11
Montadale (Division 7)
  • Premiums $15 - $10 - $8 - $6 - $5 - $4
  • Champion Ram - $20 + Rosette
  • Champion Ewe - $20 + Rosette
  • Supreme Champion Ram - $20 + Rosette
  • Supreme Champion Ewe - $20 + Rosette
ClassName
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1 ram lamb & 2 ewe lambs
10
From Class 4 and 6.
11
Oxford-Downs (Division 8)
  • Premiums $15 - $10 - $8 - $6 - $5 - $4
  • Champion Ram - $20 + Rosette
  • Champion Ewe - $20 + Rosette
  • Supreme Champion Ram - $20 + Rosette
  • Supreme Champion Ewe - $20 + Rosette
ClassName
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1 ram lamb & 2 ewe lambs
10
From Class 4 and 6.
11
Polled Dorset (Division 9)
Rambouillet (Division 10)
  • Premiums $15 - $10 - $8 - $6 - $5 - $4
  • Champion Ram - $20 + Rosette
  • Champion Ewe - $20 + Rosette
  • Supreme Champion Ram - $20 + Rosette
  • Supreme Champion Ewe - $20 + Rosette
ClassName
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1 ram lamb & 2 ewe lambs
10
From Class 4 and 6.
11
Shropshires (Division 11)
  • Premiums $15 - $10 - $8 - $6 - $5 - $4
  • Champion Ram - $20 + Rosette
  • Champion Ewe - $20 + Rosette
  • Supreme Champion Ram - $20 + Rosette
  • Supreme Champion Ewe - $20 + Rosette
ClassName
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1 ram lamb & 2 ewe lambs
10
From Class 4 and 6.
11
Southdowns (Division 12)
  • Premiums $15 - $10 - $8 - $6 - $5 - $4
  • Champion Ram - $20 + Rosette
  • Champion Ewe - $20 + Rosette
  • Supreme Champion Ram - $20 + Rosette
  • Supreme Champion Ewe - $20 + Rosette
ClassName
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1 ram lamb & 2 ewe lambs
10
From Class 4 and 6.
11
Suffolk (Division 13)
  • Premiums $15 - $10 - $8 - $6 - $5 - $4
  • Champion Ram - $20 + Rosette
  • Champion Ewe - $20 + Rosette
  • Supreme Champion Ram - $20 + Rosette
  • Supreme Champion Ewe - $20 + Rosette
ClassName
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1 ram lamb & 2 ewe lambs
10
From Class 4 and 6.
11
Border Leicester (White & Colored) (Division 14)
Any Other Breed (Division 15)
  • Premiums $15 - $10 - $8 - $6 - $5 - $4
  • Champion Ram - $20 + Rosette
  • Champion Ewe - $20 + Rosette
  • Supreme Champion Ram - $20 + Rosette
  • Supreme Champion Ewe - $20 + Rosette
ClassName
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1 ram lamb & 2 ewe lambs
10
From Class 4 and 6.
11
Wether-Type (Not Eligible For Supreme Champion) (Division 16)
  • Premiums $15 - $10 - $8 - $6 - $5 - $4
  • Champion Ram - $20 + Rosette
  • Champion Ewe - $20 + Rosette
  • NOT ELIGIBLE FOR SUPREME CHAMPION
ClassName
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1 ram lamb & 2 ewe lambs
10
From Class 4 and 6.
11
Market Lamb (Division 17)
  • Entry Fee - $1.50
  • All Market Lambs entered in this class must be owned and in exhibitor’s possession thirty days prior to the start of the Stark County Fair.
  • Exhibitors are not to exceed two entries.
  • Market Lambs must be shown in either Open Market Class or Open Breeding Class. They may not be shown in both.
  • Premiums $25 - $20 - $18 - $16 - $15 - $13 - $12 - $11 - $11 - $11 - $11 - $10 - $10 -$10 - $10 - $8 - $8 - $8
ClassName
1
Shepherds Lead Line (NEW) (Division 18)

- To be done on Thursday following Sheep Show - 

Premiums:  $20    $15    $10

Shepherd's lead line is a contest designed to showcase the relationship between the shepherd, sheep, and wool products made from sheep.  Competition is open to both males and females.  Ewes or rams may be used.  Outfit must be made primarily from wool.  Contestant is judged on appearance and handling of the sheep as well as th outfit.

Rules:

  • Judge's decision is final
  • Contestants outfit must be 60% wool
  • Sheep must be properly halter trained
  • Contestant does not have to own sheep being used, but sheep must be entered in open class
  • Outfit may be handmade or bought.  It must be clean and tidy lending itself distinction to the class
  • A commentary must be typed and mailed, emailed or dropped off to the Fair office before August 22nd.

Outline of commentary is as folows:

  1. Intro - Name & Hometown
  2. Sheep Experience - Your experience/involvement with sheep
  3. Description of the Outfit - What, if any, did you  hand make.  Describe colors and cuts used.
  4. The Sheep - Tell us about your sheep.  Is it yours, borrowed?  Breed?  Age?  Uses?

                   

 

                     

ClassName
1

Age as of show day

2

Age as of show day

3

Age as of show day

4

Age as of show day

Swine (Dept. 6)

Superintendent
DALE WELLS 
 
JUDGING: THURSDAY, AUGUST 29, 2019 AT 4:00 P.M.
 
General Rules & Guidelines
  1. All Open Class Livestock entries must be in place for exhibition by 10:00 A.M. on Tuesday, August 27, 2019, and remain until 6:00 P.M. the last day of the Fair or premiums will be forfeited.
  2. Entry fees of $3.00 per animal and $25.00 for membership or exhibitor ticket must be paid at the time of making entries. Entries close Saturday, August 10, 2019 at 5:00 P.M.  In the event of a conflict between the Fairbook, website an any other publication, the Fairbook shall rule.
  3. Swine to be shown in a ring.  All animals must be entered in the owner's name.
  4. Exhibitors are confined to Stark County residents and shall not exceed three (3) entries.  If the Open Class entry is, also, entered in the Junior Fair Shows, then exhibitor must declare the entry by eartag number at the time of unloading.  All Exhibitors shall declare the date of birth at the time of unloading.
  5. All breeds will compete in the classes.
  6. Classes will be divided equally by approximate date of birth with approximately twelve hogs per class at the discretion of th Department Superintendent.
  7. All barrows must be castrated, evidence of late castration will be grounds for disqualification.  All decisions of the judge will be final.
  8. No hogs are to be shown with oil or powder used for grooming substance.  All exhibitors must follow exhibition rules set foth by the O.R.C. 901-19.
  9. Exhibitor is responsible for daily watering, feeding and cleaning of the pens.  Exhibitor is also responsible fo cleaning the pen at the completion of the Fair as provided in the Junior Fair Swine Rules.

PREMIUMS MUST BE PICKED UP DURING THE FAIR - NO CHECKS WILL BE WRITTEN!!!

Premiums as follows:

Champion -  Rosette plus a total of $25 in premium which shall include the premiums below

Reserve Champion - Rosette plus a total of $20 in premium which shall include the premiums below.

 

Class 1:  January Barrows                            

1st      2nd      3rd       4th        5th                      

$15     $12      $10        $8       $8                                                      

 

Class 2:  February Barrows

1st      2nd      3rd      4th      5th  

$15     $12      $10      $8      $8       

 

  Class 3:  March Barrows   

  1st      2nd      3rd      4th      5th     

   $15     $12      $10      $8       $8              

 

 

 

 

Meat Goats (Dept. 7)

Superintendent - Jill McNeil
Assistant: Liz Evans
 
Premiums:  $15   $12   $10   $8   $5
 
Champions in Each Division:  Doe Kid, Yearling Doe, Doe - Rosettes
 
Best of Show - Doe Kid, Yearling Doe, Doe - Roesete
 
Division Champions will compete for Best of Show
  • All goats shown in open class must have a USDA approved Scrapies I.D. Tag or Tattoo
  • A listof all animals shown must be turned in to the Department Superintendent by show day.  This list must include tag or tattoo numbers, breed and ages of goats.  If the list is not turned in, premiums may be withheld.
  • Does who have kidded less than 30 days prior to August 28th or who ar due to kid within 2 weeks after the Fair will only be permitted to be exhibited at the discretion of the Department Superintendent.  Please contact Jill McNeil if you have animals that meet these parameters.
  • All Entries in this Department must be in place for Exhibition by 10:00 am August 27th and remain until 6:00 pm the last day of the Fair or premiums will be forfeited.  Entry fees 10% of First Place Premium per individual class entlry plus $25.00 for membership or exhibitor pass.  Entry fees must be paid at the time of making entries.  Entries close Saturday, August 10 at 5:00 pm.  Divisions may be combined or separated at the Superintendents discretion to promote competition.
  • Entries limited to pen space: please specify number of pens required.  Director in charge reserves the right to limit the number of pens requested by exhibitors.  Entries are restricted to Registered Does - for the Boer Divisions.  Wether Dam does do not need to be registered but must be at least 50% meat breeds. All buck goats are barred from Fairgrounds.
  • Each exhibitor is limited to 2 entries in singles and 1 entry in groups.  Entries in groups must be entered in individual classes under the same exhibitor's name.
  • The exhibitor must be the owner of the animal he/she exhibits.  Each animal must have complied with the "Inspection and Health Requirements of Livestock Exhibited in Ohio".  The exhibitor will be required to present registration certificates when requested by the Director in Charge.
  • Only Registered Boer Does will be allowed to be exhibited with horns.  Does entered in the Wether Dam classes must be dehorned with scurs/horns no longer thatn 1" allowed.
  • In classes where there is no competition, the judge will place the animal according to merit.

"There will be no parking of Stark County Livestock exhibitor's or Junior Fair exhibitor's livestock trailers or large trucks on the fairgorunds during the Fair in 2019."

JUDGING:  WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 28TH, 2019 -  30 minutes after completion of Junior Fair Meat Goat Show

 

 
"EXHIBITION SHOW ONLY"
NO JUDGING
NO DUCKS OR GEESE
 
General Rules & Guidelines
 
No Entry Fee
  1. Stark County Exhibitors only
  2. If you wish to enter an exhibit contact Jean Slicker at 330-488-1843
  3. Must buy a $22.00 Membership in order to exhibit.
  4. Premiums - $6.00 per pen
  5. 2 animals per pen. A different breed will be in each pen. Signs will be placed on each pen naming the exhibitor, address and breed of poultry.
  6. A limited number of pens are available. When filled, the requests will be closed.
  7. The following Standard breeds will be accepted: Plymouth Rock, Wyandotte, Rhode Island Red, Braham, Cochin, Leghorn, Orphington, Polish, New Hamshire, Australorp, Sussex, Araucana, Easter Eggers and Americaunas.
  8. The followin Bantom breeds will be accepted:  Cochin, Seabright, Rhode Island Red, Americana, Wyandotte, Orphington, Buff and Silkie.
  9. Other breeds may be accepted with the appoval of the Sr. Fair Board Superintendent.
  10. The Junior Fair Poultry committee will be in charge of the entire Poultry Building and maintaining the health of all birds (Jr. Fair and Exhibition) in the barn.
  11. The exhibition will provide own feed and bedding. The exhibitor will be in charge of pens. The Fairboard will not be responsible for loss to an exhibitor's birds.
  12. Poultry may be brought in from 3:00 P.M. to 8:00 P.M. on Monday, August 25, 2014.  They must remain until 6:00 P.M. on Monday . September 1, 2014.  All Birds must be removed by 8:00 P.M. on Monday, September 1, 2014.  If they are not removed by 8:00 P.M., they will not be allowed to exhibit in 2014.
  13. All birds remnoved must be released by the Superintendent or a representative of the Jr. Fair Committee.
  14. No diseased specimens admittd.  Birds developing symptoms after admission must be removed from the building at once by the exhibitor or a representative of the Jr. Fair Committee.  Birds should be lcie free.
  15. All exhibitors must turn n a NPIP paper or a negative pollorium test to the person in charge of the building before unloading the birds.

Divisions

Fullblood Boer Does (Division 1)

(At least 50% of a recognized meat breed:  Boer, Kiko, Savannah, etc)

 

CHAMPIONS: In Each Division

  • Doe Kid - Rosette
  • Yearling Doe - Rosette
  • Doe - Rosette

BEST OF SHOW

  • Doe Kid - Rosette
  • Yearling Doe - Rosette
  • Doe - Rosette

(Division Champions will compete for Best of Show)

 

 

ClassName
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Percentage Boer Does (Division 2)

(At least 50% of a recognized meat breed:  Boer, Kiko, Savannah, etc)

 

CHAMPIONS: In Each Division

  • Doe Kid - Rosette
  • Yearling Doe - Rosette
  • Doe - Rosette

BEST OF SHOW

  • Doe Kid - Rosette
  • Yearling Doe - Rosette
  • Doe - Rosette

(Division Champions will compete for Best of Show)

 

 

ClassName
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Wether Dam Does (Division 3)

(At least 50% of a recognized meat breed:  Boer, Kiko, Savannah, etc)

 

CHAMPIONS: In Each Division

  • Doe Kid - Rosette
  • Yearling Doe - Rosette
  • Doe - Rosette

BEST OF SHOW

  • Doe Kid - Rosette
  • Yearling Doe - Rosette
  • Doe - Rosette

(Division Champions will compete for Best of Show)

 

 

ClassName
1
2
3
4
5
6
7

Rabbit And Cavy (Dept. 8)

Paper entry only! Contact Show secretary with questions.
 
Superintendent
LIZ EVANS
Assistant: Jill McNeil
 
Supervised by: Jerry Walter and George Heitger (330-844-9553), Stark County Rabbit & Cavy Breeders Association, Inc
 
Judging
Rabbit: Tues. AUGUST 27, 2019  9 A.M.
Cavy: Wed. AUGUST 28, 2019  9 A.M.
 
Check In: Mon AUGUST 26th  10 A.M. - 9 P.M.
Release Time: Mon SEPTEMBER 2, 2019  9 P.M. - 6 P.M.
 
General Show Rules
  1. The show will be governed by the latest revised rules of the American Rabbit Breeders Association ARBA.
  2. The Stark County Rabbit and Cavy Breeders will not be held responsible in the case of fire, theft, accident or providential destruction. All precautions will be taken to eliminate danger of accidents or mistakes in the showroom and care of the animals.
  3. Any animal showing signs of illness or stress will be sent home.
  4. Membership or Exhibitor passes can be purchased at the Stark County Fair office. Passes are $25 and allow you to enter any Department listed in the fair catalog. Your pass will allow entry for 1 person everyday of the fair.
  5. All animals are to be plainly and permanently tattooed or tagged Prior to Check In. All tattoos and tags must match the number on the entry form Substitutions will only be permitted in the same breed, sex and class. All other substitutions will be $1.00 each.
  6. Membership or Exhibitor passes can be purchased at the Stark County Fair office.  Passes are $25 and allow you to enter any Department listed inthe Fair catalog.  Your pass will allow entry for 1 person everyday of the Fair.
  7. All animals are to be plainly and permanently tattooed or tagged PRIOR TO CHECK-IN.  All tattoos and tags must match the number on the entry form.  Substitutions will only be permitted in the same breed, sex and class.  All other substitutions will be $1.00 each.
  8. Only rabbits entered in the show are permitted to be sold during the Fair.
  9. Coops are assigned in the following manner: Coops are divided among Stark County Rabbit Club members and Stark County residents. Remaining coops will be divided among out of county exhibitor
  10. Exhibitors will be notified by Wednesday August 21st if their entry must be reduced or denied.
  11. All entries must be received by Saturday August 10, 2019
Entry Fee for all classes $1.50.
 
All Breeds sanctioned through their respective breed clubs will receive the required pay back for Best of Breed and Best Opposite of Breed. All other breeds having at least 10 animals shown, and limited to the top 10 breeds only, will receive $2.00 for Best of Breed and $1.00 for Best Opposite of Breed.
 
$4.00 Best Display will be given to the top 10 breeds having the largest entry.
 
Meat Pens and Single Fryers will receive premiums equal to 100% of the total entry fees for these classes. 1st place 50%, 2nd place 30%, 3rd place 20%. Meat Pens are to consist of 3 rabbits not over the age of 69 days and not over the weight of 5 lbs. each.
 
Cavy
 
Each of the 13 recognized breeds shown will receive:
  • $2.00 Best of Breed
  • $1.00 Best Opposite of Breed
  • $4.00 Best overall Cavy display
All Premiums and awards must be picked up during check out or they will be forfeited.
 
Any Exhibitor who does not check in with the Show Secretary will have their entry scratched.
 
Premium scale for Rabbit and Cavy classes:
  1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th
1. In Class 1.50        
2. In Class 1.70 1.30      
3. In Class 1.90 1.50 1.10    
4. In Class 2.10 1.70 1.30 .90  
5. In Class 2.30 1.90 1.50 1.10 .70
6. In Class 2.50 2.10 1.70 1.30 .90
7. In Class 2.70 2.30 1.90 1.50 1.10
8. In Class 2.90 2.50 2.10 1.70 1.30
9. In Class 3.10 2.70 2.30 1.90 1.50
10. In Class 3.30 2.90 2.50 2.10 1.70
11. In Class 3.50 3.10 2.70 2.30 1.90
12. In Class 3.70 3.30 2.90 2.50 2.10
13. In Class 3.90 3.50 3.10 2.70 2.30
14. In Class 4.10 3.70 3.30 2.90 2.50
15. In Class 4.30 3.90 3.50 3.10 2.70
 
For additional information or to submit show entry, contact:
Debbie Knight - Show Secretary
330-417-8011
2726 Dorothy Ave NE  Canton, OH 44705
 
Make checks payable to Stark County Rabbit Club.

Grange & Horticulture (Dept. 9)

Superintendents:   HEIDI FRESHOUR & CINDY PETITTI
 
 

Divisions

Subordinate Grange Exhibits (Division 1)

Grange Displays - Confined to Stark County

     Judging - Sunday, August 25th

These rules apply to Subordinate Exhibits

  • Grange exhibits must consist of a completre and attractively arranged display
  • The Bible and American flag must be displayed.
  • The State Grange or Building theme must be used
  • Exhibits must be in place by 6:00PM, Sun. Aug. 25th.
  • May be removed after 7:00 pm, Monday, September 2nd
  • Competent judges will be employed to judge the exhibits.
               - THE AMERICAN FLAG SHOULD BE PLACED AT THE LEFT OF THE VIEWER IN ALL GRANGE DISPLAYS -
 
SUBORDINATE GRANGE EXHIBITS
The space for Division 1 Class 1 will be restricted to 12 feet.  The Bible & American flag must be displayed.  All Subordinate Granges will be paid $200 and a participation banner will be awarded.  Must follow all rules and be a creditable exhibit to qualify for the premium money.  Exhibits will be judged only for critique.
 
EXHIBITS WILL BE JUDGED ON THE FOLLOWING:
  • Presentation of Grange activities, projects, and community service.
  • Presentation of State Contests from current year.
  • Overall effectiveness of display.
  • General attractiveness.
  • Granger’s choice to go with building theme "Building For the Future
ClassName
1

THESE RULES APPLY TO SUBORDINATE EXHIBITS.

  • Grange exhibits must consist of a complete and attractively arranged display.
  • The Bible and the American Flag must be displayed.
  • The State Grange or Building theme must be used.
  • Exhibits must be in place by six o'clock (6:00 pm) Sunday, August 25th.
  • May be removed after 7:00 pm, Monday, September 2nd
  • Competent judges will be employed to judge the exhibits

                - THE AMERICAN FLAG SHOULD BE PLACE AT THE LEFT OF THE VIEWER IN ALL GRANGE DISPLAY -

The space for Division 1 Class 1 will be restricted to 12 feet.  The Bible and American flag must be displayed.  All Subordinate Granges will be paid $200.00 and a particpation banner will be awarded.  Must follow all rules and be creditable exhibit to qualify for the premium money. Exhibits will be judged only for critque.

EXHIBITS WILL BE JUDGED ON THE FOLLOWING

  • Presentation of Grange activities
  • Presentation of Grange projects and Community Service
  • Presentation of State Contest from current year
  • Overall effectiveness of display
  • General attractiveness
  • Granger's choice to go with building theme:  "Building For The Future"

 

Hay And Grain (Division 2)
JUDGING STARTING AT 9:00 AM ON TUESDAY, AUGUST 27TH
  • Hay & Grain Grown in 2018-2019
  • To be delivered between noon and 8:00 pm Monday, August 26th.
  • All entries MUST remain in place until Monday, September 2nd and can be removed between 5:00 pm & 8:00 pm that evening (we are NOT responsible for articles left after removal time.
  • Confined to Stark and abutting counties.
  • Grain to be shown in one-gallon Zip-Lock Bag furnished by the Exhibitor.
  • Grain: Wheat, Oats, Barley, Rye, Spelt
Hay Show
The Stark County Soil and Water Conservation will co-sponsor the hay show. Ribbons will be awarded to the first three places per class. Two slices of hay should be brought for judging. A plaque will be presented from the Agricultural Society for the best hay of the show. Hay will be judged on the following:
  Points
Stage of Maturity 30
Color 10
Condition 20
Leafiness 30
Free of Weeds, etc. 10
TOTAL POINTS Value 100

 

ClassName
1
Premiums $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
2
Premiums $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
3
Premiums $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
4
Premiums $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
5

Premiums $3.50    2.50    1.50

Corn grown previous year - Any variety of yellow corn - 8-10 ears to be displayed on a tray furnished by the Fairboard.  Must be labeled as to what variety

6

Premiums $2.50 $2.00 $1.50

7

Premiums $2.50 $2.00 $1.50

8

Premiums $2.50 $2.00 $1.50

9

May be any variety. Must be labeled. Premiums $3.50 $3.00 $2.50

10

Premiums $2.50 $2.00 $1.50

11

Premiums $3.50 $2.50 $1.50

12

Premiums $3.50 $2.50 $1.50

13

Premiums $3.50 $2.50 $1.50

14

Premiums $3.50 $2.50 $1.50

15

Premiums $3.50 $2.50 $1.50

16

Premiums $3.50 $2.50 $1.50

17

Premiums $3.50 $2.50 $1.50

18

Premiums $3.50 $2.50 $1.50

19

To be shown in one gallon Zip-Lock Bag, furnished by the exhibitor. Premiums $3.50 $2.50 $1.50

20

To be shown in one gallon Zip-Lock Bag, furnished by the exhibitor. Premiums $3.50 $2.50 $1.50

21

Premiums $2.50 $2.00 $1.50

22

Premiums $2.50 $2.00 $1.50

Label as to Variety

23

Premiums $2.50 $2.00 $1.50

Label as to Variety

24

Premiums:  $2.50    $2.00    $1.50

Each sample must be taken in a 6" x 6" x 6" sample.  Approximately a small shovel lengths, length, width and depth.  Also, please make sure to keep the sample intact and safe.  We will have 7x7x6 boxes available for pickup at the Stark Soil & Water office located at 2650 Richville Dr. SE  Suite 100  Massillon, OH  44646 

We will conduct testing for five soil health assessments.

 

25

Premiums:  $2.50    $2.00    $1.50

Each sample must be taken in a 6" x 6" x 6" sample.  Approximately a small shovel lengths, length, width and depth.  Also, please make sure to keep the sample intact and safe.  We will have 7x7x6 boxes available for pickup at the Stark Soil & Water office located at 2650 Richville Dr. SE  Suite 100  Massillon, OH  44646 

We will conduct testing for five soil health assessments.

 

26

Premiums:  $2.50    $2.00    $1.50

Each sample must be taken in a 6" x 6" x 6" sample.  Approximately a small shovel lengths, length, width and depth.  Also, please make sure to keep the sample intact and safe.  We will have 7x7x6 boxes available for pickup at the Stark Soil & Water office located at 2650 Richville Dr. SE  Suite 100  Massillon, OH  44646 

We will conduct testing for five soil health assessments.

 

27

Premiums:  $2.50    $2.00    $1.50

Each sample must be taken in a 6" x 6" x 6" sample.  Approximately a small shovel lengths, length, width and depth.  Also, please make sure to keep the sample intact and safe.  We will have 7x7x6 boxes available for pickup at the Stark Soil & Water office located at 2650 Richville Dr. SE  Suite 100  Massillon, OH  44646 

We will conduct testing for five soil health assessments.

 

28

Premiums:  $2.50    $2.00    $1.50

Each sample must be taken in a 6" x 6" x 6" sample.  Approximately a small shovel lengths, length, width and depth.  Also, please make sure to keep the sample intact and safe.  We will have 7x7x6 boxes available for pickup at the Stark Soil & Water office located at 2650 Richville Dr. SE  Suite 100  Massillon, OH  44646 

We will conduct testing for five soil health assessments.

 

Vegetables (Division 3)
  • Premiums:  $2.50   $2.00   $1.50  (Classes 7-75; 77-81; 95-107; 117-119; 127-131; 138-147)
  • Premiums:  $3.50   $3.00   $2.50  (Classes 1-6)
  • Premiums:  $3.50   $2.50   $1.50   (Classes 84-91; 121-122;132-134;136)
  • Premiums:  $10.50   $8.50   $6.50  (Class 124-125)
  • Premiums:  $6.50   $5.50   $4.50  (Class 82)
  • Premiums:  $25.00  $20.00  $15.00  (Class 135)
  • Premiums:  $20.00   $15.00   $10.00  (class 92-94)
  • Premiums:  $7.50   $6.50   $5.50   (Class 76)
  • Premiums:  $7.50   $5.50   $3.50   (Class 154-157)
  • Premiums:  $5.50   $4.50   $3.50  (Class 83)
  • Premiums:  $5.50   $3.50   $2.50  (Class 123)
  • Premiums:  $4.50   $3.50   $2.50   (Class 126; 137)
  • Premiums:  $4.00   $3.50   $2.50   (Class 148-153)
  • Premiums:  $2.50   $1.50   $1.25  (Class 120)
  • Premiums:  $1.50   $1.25   $1.00  (Class 108-116)

 

  • Exhibits must be in place by 8:00 pm (brought in between noon and 8 pm Monday, August 26th) otherwise will be disqualified.
  • Pick-up Time:  All entries must remain in place until Monday, September 2nd and can be removed between the hours of 5 & 8 PM that evening.  We are NOT responsible for articles left after removal time.
  • Exhibits showing signs of deterioration will be disposed of.
  • All vegetables and fruit must be grown by the exhibitor.
  • Vegetable Department is open to Stark and abuttin counties are permitted to enter
  • Display dishes will be furnised by the Fairboard
ClassName
1

Premiums $3.50 $3.00 $2.50

2

Premiums $3.50 $3.00 $2.50

3

Premiums $3.50 $3.00 $2.50

4

Premiums $3.50 $3.00 $2.50

5

Premiums $3.50 $3.00 $2.50

6
  • Premiums $3.50 $3.00 $2.50
  • Must be labeled as to variety
7
  • Premiums $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
  • Must be labeled as to variety.
8
  • Premiums $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
  •  Must be labeled as to variety.
  • Plate of 3
9
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
  • Plate of 3.
  • Medium Size
10
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
  • Plate of 3.
11
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
  • Plate of 3.
12
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
  • Plate of 3.
13
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
  • Plate of 3.
14
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
  • Plate of 3.
15
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
  • Plate of 3
16
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50

 

17
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
18
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
19
  • Premiums:  $2.50    $2.00    $1.50
  • Quart Basket
20
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
  • Quart Basket
21
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
  • Quart Basket
  • Beans & Pods
22
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
  • Quart Basket
  • Must be labeled as to variety.
23
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
  • Quart Jar
24
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
  • Quart Jar
25
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
  • Quart Jar
26
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
  • Quart Jar
27
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
  • Plate of 3.
28
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
  • Plate of 3.
29
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
  • Plate of 3.
30

Premiums: $2.50   $2.00   $1.50

Plate of 3

31
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
  • Plate of 3.
32
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
  • Plate of 3.
33
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
  • Plate of 3.
34
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
  • Plate of 3.
35
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
  • Plate of 3.
36
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
  • Plate of 3.
37
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
  • Plate of 3.
38
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
  • Plate of 3.
39
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
  • Plate of 3.
40
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
  • Plate of 3
41
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
  • Plate of 3.
42
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
  • Plate of 3.
43
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
  • Plate of 3.
44
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
  • Plate of 3.
45
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
  • Plate of 3.
46
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
  • Plate of 3.
47
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
  • Plate of 3.
48
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
  • Plate of 3.
49
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
  • Plate of 3.
50
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
  • Plate of 3.
51
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
  • Plate of 3.
52
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
  • Plate of 3.
53
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
  • 12 to plate.
54
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
  • 12 to plate.
55
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
  • 12 to plate.
56

Premium:  $2.50   $2.00   $1.50

Plate of 3

57
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
  • 3 to a plate.
58

Premiums:  $2.50   $2.00   $1.50

Plate of 3

59
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
  • 2 to 4 inches long.
  • 6 to 10 per plate.
60
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
61
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
62
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
63
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
64
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
  • Label varieties.
65
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
  • 5 Ears to a plate.
66
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
  • 5 Ears to a plate.
67
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
  • 5 Ears to a plate.
  • Yellow & White
68
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
  • 6 to a plate.
69
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
  • 6 to a plate.
70
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
  • 1 (one)
71
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
72
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
  • Variety must be labeled.
73
  • Premiums:  $2.50   $2.00   $1.50

 

74

Premium:  $2.50   $2.00   $1.50

75
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
76

Premiums:  $7.50   $6.50   $5.50

Should be at least 8 varieties of vegetables

Judged on attractiveness, varieties an quality

77
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
  • One per class.
78
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
  • One per class.
79

Premiums  $2.50   $2.00   $1.50

One Per Class

80

Premiums:  $2.50   $2.00   $1.50

One per class

81
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
82

Premiums:  $6.50   $5.50    $4.50

2"  x  2" - Using a Mixture of Vegetables from Classes 1-81

83
  • Premiums: $5.50 $4.50 $3.50
  • Arranged in a fireside basket.
84
  • Premiums: $3.50 $2.50 $1.50
  • One per class.
  • Connecticut Type.
85
  • Premiums: $3.50 $2.50 $1.50
  • One per class.
86
  • Premiums: $3.50 $2.50 $1.50
  • One per class.
87
  • Premiums: $3.50 $2.50 $1.50
  • One per class.
88
  • Premiums: $3.50 $2.50 $1.50
  • One per class.
89
  • Premiums: $3.50 $2.50 $1.50
  • One per class.
90
  • Premiums: $3.50 $2.50 $1.50
  • One per class.
91
  • Premiums: $3.50 $2.50 $1.50
  • One per class.
  • Must be labeled.
92
  • Premiums: $20.00 $15.00 $10.00
93
  • Premiums: $20.00 $15.00 $10.00
94
  • Premiums: $20.00 $15.00 $10.00
95
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
96
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
97
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
98
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
99
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
100
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
101
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
102
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
103
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
104
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
105
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
106
107
108
  • Premiums: $1.50 $1.25 $1.00
109
  • Premiums: $1.50 $1.25 $1.00
110
  • Premiums: $1.50 $1.25 $1.00
111
  • Premiums: $1.50 $1.25 $1.00
112
113
114
  • Premiums: $1.50 $1.25 $1.00
  • Labeled
115
  • Premiums: $1.50 $1.25 $1.00
116
  • Premiums: $1.50 $1.25 $1.00
  • Labeled
117
118
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
119
  • Premiums: $2.50 $1.50 $1.25
120

Premiums:  $2.50    $1.50    $1.25

121
  • Premiums: $3.50 $2.50 $1.50
  • Decorated
122
  • Premiums: $3.50 $2.50 $1.50
123

Premiums:  $5.50   $3.50   $2.50

124
  • Premiums: $10.50 $8.50 $6.50
125
126
  • Premiums: $4.50 $3.50 $2.50
  • More than one fully mature head
127
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
  • Variety name must be on tag.
  • Head Only
128
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
  • Variety name must be on tag.
129
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
  • Variety name must be on tag.
130
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
  • Variety name must be on tag.
131
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
  • Variety name must be on tag.
132
  • Premiums: $3.50 $2.50 $1.50
  • Variety name must be on tag.
133
  • Premiums: $3.50 $2.50 $1.50
  • Variety name must be on tag.
134
  • Premiums: $3.50 $2.50 $1.50
  • Variety name must be on tag.
135
  • Premiums: $25.00 $20.00 $15.00
  • Variety name must be on tag.
  • Must weigh at least 50#.
136
  • Premiums: $3.50 $2.50 $1.50
  • Variety name must be on tag.
137
  • Premiums: $4.50 $3.50 $2.50
  • Variety name must be on tag.
138
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
  • OPEN TO AGES 17 & UNDER
  • Must possess 4-H Wristband or Junior Exhibitor Pass
139
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
  • OPEN TO AGES 17 & UNDER
  • Must possess 4-H Wristband or Junior Exhibitor Pass
140
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
    • OPEN TO AGES 17 & UNDER
    • Must possess 4-H Wristband or Junior Exhibitor Pass
141
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
    • OPEN TO AGES 17 & UNDER
    • Must possess 4-H Wristband or Junior Exhibitor Pass
142

Premium: $2.50   $2.00   $1.50

  • AGES 7 & UNDER
  • Must possess 4-H Wristband or Junior Exhibitor Pass
    • Create a Mr. Potato Head using vegetables, fruits, & flowers of your choice.
    • Not to exceed 8"x8".
143
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
  • AGES 8 - 13
  • Create a Mr. Potato Head using vegetables, fruits, & flowers of your choice.
  • Not to exceed 8"x8".
144
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
  • AGES 14 - 17
  • Create a Mr. Potato Head using vegetables, fruits, & flowers of your choice.
  • Not to exceed 8"x8".
  • Must possess 4-H Wristband or Junior Exhibitor Pass
145
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
  • AGES 7 & Under
  • Using a vegetable as a base (no pumpkins) create a critter.  Small amounts of non-vegetable material may be used for accent on your critter
  • Must possess 4-H Wristband or Junior Exhibitor Pass

 

146
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
  • AGES 8 - 13
  • Using a vegetable as a base (no pumpkins) create a critter.  Small amounts of non-vegetable material may be used for accent on your critter
  • Must possess 4-H Wristband or Junior Exhibitor Pass

 

147
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
  • AGES 14 - 17
  • Using a vegetable as a base (no pumpkins) create a critter.  Small amounts of non-vegetable material may be used for accent on your critter
  • Must possess 4-H Wristband or Junior Exhibitor Pass

 

148

Rules:

  • Entrant must provide their own pumpkin
  • Pumpkin must be small enough to be carried by exhibitor
  • NO CARVINGS
  • Entrant to decorate pumpkin using plant, floral, vegetable items
  • A minimal amount of non-live material may be used to accent your pumpkin

Premium:

149

Rules:

  • Entrant must provide their own pumpkin
  • Pumpkin must be small enough to be carried by exhibitor
  • NO CARVINGS
  • Entrant to decorate pumpkin using plant, floral, vegetable items
  • A minimal amount of non-live material may be used to accent your pumpkin

Premium:

 

150

Rules:

  • Entrant must provide their own pumpkin
  • Pumpkin must be small enough to be carried by exhibitor
  • NO CARVINGS
  • Entrant to decorate pumpkin using plant, floral, vegetable items
  • A minimal amount of non-live material may be used to accent your pumpkin

Premium:

 

151

Rules:

  • Entrant must provide their own pumpkin
  • Pumpkin must be small enough to be carried by exhibitor
  • NO CARVINGS
  • Entrant to decorate pumpkin using plant, floral, vegetable items
  • A minimal amount of non-live material may be used to accent your pumpkin

Premium:

 

152

Rules:

  • Entrant must provide their own pumpkin
  • Pumpkin must be small enough to be carried by exhibitor
  • NO CARVINGS
  • Entrant to decorate pumpkin using plant, floral, vegetable items
  • A minimal amount of non-live material may be used to accent your pumpkin

Premium:

 

153

Rules:

  • Entrant must provide their own pumpkin
  • Pumpkin must be small enough to be carried by exhibitor
  • NO CARVINGS
  • Entrant to decorate pumpkin using plant, floral, vegetable items
  • A minimal amount of non-live material may be used to accent your pumpkin

Premium:

 

154

 

Rules:

  • Must be freestanding
  • Must not exceed 48"
  • Depth & Width not to exceed 36"
  • Use of commercial or rubber masks forbidden

Judging Criteria:

  • Originality
  • Audience Appeal
  • Effort
  • Theme Inclusion

 

155
156
157
Fruit (Division 4)
  • Drop-Off Time:  Are to be delivered to Superintendent of Department between 12 noon and 8 pm, Monday, August 28th.
  • Pick-Up Time:  All entries must remain in place until Tuesday, September 5th and be removed between noon and 5:30 pm, unless arrangements have been made with Superintendent.  Not responsible for articles left after removal time.
  • Fruit showing signs of deterioration will be disposed of.
  • The FRUIT must be grown by the exhibitor.
ClassName
1
  • Premiums $3.50 $2.50 $1.50
  • Must be labeled.
  • Tray furnished by Fairboard.
  •  

 

2
  • Premiums $5.50   $3.50   $2.50
  • Must be labeled.
  • Display of 5 varieties
3

 

  • Premiums $2.50   $1.50   $1.25
  • Must be labeled.
  • Not less than 7 or more than 10 specimens per plate
4
  • Premiums: $2.50 $1.50 $1.25
  • Not less than 7 or more than 10 specimens per plate. To be governed by the size of the specimens
  • Label the variety.
5
  • Premiums: $4.50 $2.50 $1.50
  • Not less than 7 or more than 10 specimens per plate. To be governed by the size of the speciment.
  • Label the variety.
6
  • Premiums: $2.50 $1.50 $1.25
  • 7 per plate
  • Must be labeled
7
  • Premiums: $2.50 $1.50 $1.25
  • 7 per plate
  • Must be labeled
8
  • Premiums: $2.50 $1.50 $1.25
  • 7 per plate
  • Must be labeled
9
  • Premiums: $4.50 $2.50 $1.50
  • 3 per plate
  • Must be labeled
10
  • Premiums: $2.50 $1.50 $1.25
  • 5 per plate.
11
  • Premiums: $2.50 $1.50 $1.25
  • 12 per plate.
12
  • Premiums: $2.50 $1.50 $1.25
  • 3 bunches per plate.
13
  • Premiums: $2.50 $1.50 $1.25
  • 3 bunches per plate.
14
  • Premiums: $2.50 $1.50 $1.25
  • 3 bunches per plate.
15
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00   $1.50
  • 7 per plate.
16

Premiums:  $2.50    $2.00   $1.50

Fruit Not Listed Above

17
  • Premiums: $4.50 $3.50 $2.50
  • Use at least 5 varieties of fruit.
  • Will be judged on attractiveness and quality.
18
  • Premiums: $40.00 for each display
Open to any Stark County Commercial Grower and those in Adjoining Counties. Any Commercial Grower will be allowed at least six (6) frontage feet in the Grange Hall to display Fruits, Vegetables, Honey Gift packages, Ornamental Corn, and other items normally sold in your roadside marketing establishment on a seasonal or year around basis. An attractive sign should be used for your firm. All items must be displayed in an attractive manner. Any perishable fruit or vegetable should be replaced as necessary to keep display attractive throughout the 7-day Fair. Exhibitors may take future orders during the Fair. Entries close Saturday, August 12, 2017 at 5:00 pm.  All displays should be in place, in Grange Hall, by 9:00 pm, Monday, August 28th.
Homemade Wines (Division 5)
Judging - Thursday, August 31st
Starting at 1:00 PM
  • Premiums:   $3.00     $2.50    $2.00
  • Entries Close Saturday, August 12, 2017 at 5:00 PM
  • Wine should be delivered to the Grange/Horticulture Building between 9:30 AM and 11:30 AM, Thursday, AUGUST 31ST
  • Exhibitors delivering should use the Seventh Street gate entrance and may drive up to the North end of the Grange/Horticulture Building only until 10:00 AM, after that time, entries will have to be brought in from the parking area
  • Help will be available
  • WINE JUDGING STANDARD:  Appearance, Aroma/Bouquet, Taste/texture, Aftertaste and Overall Impression

Entry Rules:

  1. Homemade wine is open to all adult competitors.
  2. Wines may be made from grapes, other fruits, berries, vegetables, grains and other suitable ingredients or blend of these
  3. Ingredients may be fresh, canned, dried, concentrated, or otherwise perserved
  4. Wines should be amateur - homemade by the process of fermentation and must not be bleneded with commercial wines
  5. Wines appropriate for the fortification may be fortified with sitable commercial spirits
  6. Each bottle must be labeled as to the kind of fruit (product) used.
  7. East bottle will be opened for judging and recorked and left on display.
  8. Effective February 1, 1979, no federal certificate is needed for wines made for home use.  This provision also allows wine made at home to be taken from the premises for exhbibition or use at homemakers contests.
  9. No bottle is to be taller than 12 inches for display purposes.
  10. When ther is NO competition, the jduge may award first or no premium, according to the merits of the exhibit.

Descriptions for Judging

  1. Red Dry - Red, blue, or purple of suitable taste and alcohol content for dinner table use
  2. White Dry - White or golden with no tinge of bron, pink, or gray; of suitable taste and alcohol content for table wine.
  3. Rose Dry - Pink, no tinge of brown; Delicate in bouquet and flavor; light in body and alcohol; suitable for table wine.
  4. White Sweet - White or golden with no tinge of pink, brown, or gray;  Heavier body and flavor and higher alcohol content than dry table wine.  Suitable for general social drinking.
  5. Rose Sweet - Same as dry rose except finished slightly sweeter.
  6. Dessert - Red, blue, purple, tawny or dark brown; Rich in bouquet and flavor; medium to sweeet;  Full bodied and of High alcohol content;  May be fortified.
  7. Sparkling Wine - Red, white or rose; Must be naturally carbonated through fermentation; May be sweet or dry; A judicious balance of sweetness.
  8. Define what fruit is used in wine or product.
ClassName
1
2
3

Premium:  $3.00   $2.50   $2.00

4

Premium:  $3.00    $2.50   $2.00

5
6
7
8
9
10

Grape or other Fruits

11
Homemade Beer (Division 6)

Judging:  Friday, September 1, 2017 - Starting at 1:00 PM

  • Premiums:  $3.00    $2.50    $2.00
  • Entries Close Saturday, August 12, 2017 at 5:00 PM
  • Beer should be deliverred to the Grange/Horticulture Building between 9:30 AM and 11:30 AM, Friday, September 1, 2017.
  • Exhibitors delivering should use the Seventh Street gate entrance and may drive up to the North end of the Grange/Horticulture Building only until 10:00 AM.  After that time, entries will have to be brought in from the parking area.
  • Help will  be available.
  • BEER JUDGING STANDARD:  Appearance, Aroma, Flavor, Mouth Feel adn Overall Impression.

Entry Rules:

  • Beer must be homemade by an amateur.  No professional breweries permitted.
  • Beer may be made from grapes, other fruits, berries, vegetables, grains, other suitable ingredients, or blends of these.
  • Your homebrew must not have been brewed at any place that brews beverages for any commercial purpose, whether for commercial research, production of any other purpose, including brew-on premises establishments.
  • Must use standard 10-16 ounce glass bottles for each beer entry.  All bottles must be labeled as to kind or product used.  No individual name can appear on the label or cap.
  • You must bring one (1) bottle for the judging of each entry.
  • There is no fee to enter.
  • Scoring of entries will be based on appearnace, aroma, flavor, mouth feel and overall impression.
ClassName
1
2
3
4
5
6
Flower Show (Division 7)
PLEASE NOTE:  All entries for both shows must be made by Saturday, August 11, 2018 by 5:00 pm - Includes Junior Division (17 Years & Under)
 
 
SHOW “A” - 1st Show Judging  -  Tuesday, August 28, 2018 at 9:30 am
 
SHOW “B” -  2nd Show Judging  -  Saturday, September 1, 2018 at 1:30 pm
 
When entering flowers, PLEASE specify "A" for first show, "B" for second show or if entering both shows please put A & B after Division number on Entry Form   EXAMPLE:  Dept 9 - Division 6A - Class 9
 
Flower Department is open to Stark and abutting counties and amateurs only are permitted to enter.
 
In order that the exhibits will be fresh during the seven days of the Fair, there will be two separate shows for the Cut Flower Displays, Arrangements and Specimen Classes.  Show "A" on Tuesday and Show "B" on Saturday.
 
Entries can be removed between noon and 5:30 PM Tuesday, September 4th, unless arrangments have been made with the Superintendent.  NOT responsible for articles left after removal time.
 
FIRST SHOW "A":  Entries for exhibit should be delivered to Supt. of Dept. on Monday, August 27th between 12 Noon and 8:00 pm.  Entries must be removed after 8:00 pm, Friday, August 31st.  (Entries for Potted Plant, Terrariums and Flower Boxes should be delivered to Supt. of Department on Monday, August 27th between 12 Noon and 8:00 pm and must remain the entire 7 days of the Fair).
 
SECOND SHOW "B": Entries for exhibit should be delivered to Supt. of Dept. Saturday, September 1, 2018 between the hours of 10:00 am and 12 Noon.   Exhibitors making entries for the second show may use the 7th Street entrance and drive up to the north end of Grange/Horticulture Building only until 10:00 am on Saturday, September 2nd.  Help will be provided if needed.

Entry Deadline For All Classes - August 11, 2018

Specimen Rules -  
  • Entries must be grown by the exhibitor, only one exhibit per class
  • All specimens must be labeled as to variety.
  • Must be de-Budded unless schedule states otherwise.
  • All folliage must be presented unless schedule states otherwise.
  • Conainers to be furnished by exhibitor.  May use bottle or wide mouth jar when necessary for heavy stemmed specimen
Classes:  1-41            Premiums:  $1.75    $1.50     $1.25
 
Classes:  42-89          Premiums:  $2.00   $175   $1.50
 
Classes:  90-100        Premiums:  $3.00   $2.50   $1.50
 
Classes:  101 - 102    Premiums:  $2.50   $2.00   $1.75
 
Classes:  103             Premiums:  $10.00    $8.00    $6.00
 
Classes:  104-115      Premiumus   $2.50    $2.00   $1.50
 
Classes:  116             Premiums:  $3.50     $2.50     $1.50
 
Classes:  117-118      Premiums:   $2.50    $2.00    $1.50
 
Classes:  119-120      Premiums: $3.50    $2.50    $1.50
 
Classes: 121              Premiums:  $2.50   $2.00  $1.50
 
Classes 123-125        Premiums:  $5.50    $4.50    $3.50
 
Classes:126-127        Premiums:  $4.00   $3.50   $3.00
 
 
 
 
ClassName
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
  • Ages 17 and under.
38
  • Ages 17 and under.
39
  • Ages 17 and under.
40
  • Ages 17 and under.
41
  • Ages 17 and under.
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
  • Ages 17 and under.
79
  • Ages 17 and under.
80
  • Ages 17 and under.
81
  • Ages 17 and under.
82
  • Ages 17 and under.
83
  • Ages 17 and under.
84
85
86
87
88
89
90

Premiums:  $3.00   $2.50   $1.50

"Sayings" - We all grew up hearing them and practicing them.  Now is your chance to express them in flowers.  Let your imagination run wild!

  • Flowers must be garden grown unless otherwise stated.
  • A - First Show
  • B - Second Show
91
Premiums:  $3.00   $2.50   $1.50
  • "Sayings" - We all grew up hearing them and practicing them.  Now is your chance to express them in flowers.  Let your imagination run wild!

    • Flowers must be garden grown unless otherwise stated.
    • A - First Show
    • B - Second Show
92
Premiums:  $3.00   $2.50   $1.50
  • A - First Show
  • B - Second Show
  • "Sayings" - We all grew up hearing them and practicing them.  Now is your chance to express them in flowers.  Let your imagination run wild!

    • Flowers must be garden grown unless otherwise stated.
    • A - First Show
    • B - Second Show
93
Premiums:  $3.00   $2.50   $1.50
  •  
  • "Sayings" - We all grew up hearing them and practicing them.  Now is your chance to express them in flowers.  Let your imagination run wild!

    • Flowers must be garden grown unless otherwise stated.
    • A - First Show
    • B - Second Show
94
Premiums:  $3.00   $2.50   $1.50
  • "Sayings" - We all grew up hearing them and practicing them.  Now is your chance to express them in flowers.  Let your imagination run wild!

    • Flowers must be garden grown unless otherwise stated.
    • A - First Show
    • B - Second Show
95
Premiums:  $3.00   $2.50   $1.50
  • "Sayings" - We all grew up hearing them and practicing them.  Now is your chance to express them in flowers.  Let your imagination run wild!

    • Flowers must be garden grown unless otherwise stated.
    • A - First Show
    • B - Second Show
96

Premiums: $3.00    $2.50    $1.50

  • "Sayings" - We all grew up hearing them and practicing them.  Now is your chance to express them in flowers.  Let your imagination run wild!

    • Flowers must be garden grown unless otherwise stated.
    • A - First Show
    • B - Second Show
97

Premiums:  $3.00   $2.50   $1.50

  • "Sayings" - We all grew up hearing them and practicing them.  Now is your chance to express them in flowers.  Let your imagination run wild!

    • Flowers must be garden grown unless otherwise stated.
    • A - First Show
    • B - Second Show
98
  • Premiums:  $3.00   $2.50   $1.50
    • "Sayings" - We all grew up hearing them and practicing them.  Now is your chance to express them in flowers.  Let your imagination run wild!

      • Flowers must be garden grown unless otherwise stated.
      • A - First Show
      • B - Second Show
99

Premiums:  $3.00   $2.50   $1.50

  • "Sayings" - We all grew up hearing them and practicing them.  Now is your chance to express them in flowers.  Let your imagination run wild!

    • Flowers must be garden grown unless otherwise stated.
    • A - First Show
    • B - Second Show

 

100

Premiums   $2.50   $2.00   $1.75

17 Years and under

  • "Sayings" - We all grew up hearing them and practicing them.  Now is your chance to express them in flowers.  Let your imagination run wild!

    • Flowers must be garden grown unless otherwise stated.
    • A - First Show
    • B - Second Show

 

101

Premiums:   $2.50   $2.00   $1.75

17 Years and under

  • "Sayings" - We all grew up hearing them and practicing them.  Now is your chance to express them in flowers.  Let your imagination run wild!

    • Flowers must be garden grown unless otherwise stated.
    • A - First Show
    • B - Second Show

 

102

Premiums: $10.00    $8.00    $6.00

  • Separate bouquets - each labled as to variety
  • Should be in attractive containers
  • Judged on variety, condition and attractiveness
  • Must be garden grown
103
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
  • Must remain at the fair all 7 days.
104
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
  • Must remain at the fair all 7 days.
105
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
  • Must remain at the fair all 7 days.
106
 
  • Must remain at the fair all 7 days.
107
 
  • Must remain at the fair all 7 days.
108
 
  • Must remain at the fair all 7 days.

 

109
 
  • Must remain at the fair all 7 days.

 

110
 
  • Must remian all 7 days of the fair.
111
 
  • Must remain at the fair all 7 days.
112
 
  • Must remain at the fair all 7 days.

 

113
 
  • Must remain at the fair all 7 days.
114
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
  • Must remain at the fair all 7 days.
115
  • Premiums: $3.50 $2.50 $1.50
  • Must remain at the fair all 7 days.
  • Variety must be labeled

 

116
  • Premiums: $2.50   $2.00    $1.50
  • Three or more Varieties
117
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.00 $1.50
  • Judged on number of varieties
118
  • Premiums: $3.50 $2.50    $1.50
  • Must remain all 7 days
  • Must be labeled

 

119
  • Premiums  $3.50  $2.50  $1.50
  • Must remain all 7 days.
  • Must be labeled
120
  • Premiums - $2.50  $2.00  $1.50
  •  
121
  • Premiums - $2.50  $2.00  $1.50
  •  
122
  • Premiums $5.50  $4.50  $3.50
  • Must have live plants or flowers
  • Nothing artificial allowed
123
  • Premiums - $5.50  $4.50  $3.50
  • Must remain at Fair all 7 days

 

124
  • Premiums- $5.50  $4.50  $3.50
  • Must remain at Fair all 7 days
125
  • Premiums - $4.00  $3.50  $3.00
  • Done on a tray or pot using miniature plants
  • Accessories are permitted
126

Premium: $4.00   $3.50   $3.00

  • Must remain at Fair all 7 days
Domestics (Division 8)

Entries close Saturday August 10, 2019 at 5 pm.  Articles for exhibit should be delivered to th Grange & Horticultue building.  There are two separate judging dates for the Domestics division, so please read carefully the judgin times and delivery dates.  All entries MUST remain in place until Monday, September 2, 2019 and can be removed between the hours of 5 pm and 8 pm that evening.  We are not responsible for articles left after removal time.

 

FIRST JUDGING:  Tuesday, August 27, 2019 at 1 PM.  Delivery date will be Tuesday, August 27, 2019 between the hours of 9 am to 11:30 am.

Please note decorated cakes, cookies, cupcakes, and gingerbread houses (Classes 1-9 only) can be delivered on Monday, August 26, 2019 between the hours of 12 noon and 8 pm.

SECOND JUDGING: Wednesday, August 28, 2019 at 1 PM.  Delivery date will be Wednesday, August 28, 2019 between the hours of 9 AM to 11:30 AM

 

For either dates, exhibitors delivering entries should use the Seventh Street gate entrance and may drive up to the North end of the building ONLY until 10 AM.  After that time, entries will need to be brought in from the parking area,  Help will be available.

Entry Rules:

  1.  Entries confined to Stark County residents
  2. Entries close Saturday August 10th by 5 pm
  3. Entries in all Division 8  classes are open to adults 18 and over except Junior Baking classes which are restricted to 17 years and younger
  4. Please include a copy of your recipe on a 4s6  index card along with your name and membership/exhibitor number
  5. any questions may be directed to grange@starkcountyfair.com.  Please include GRANGE in your subject line adn include your name and phone number
  6. placement stickers will be used in place of ribbons during judging of entries.  Entrants wishing actual ribbons may request them upon pick-up of items
  7. Upon delivery of entries, please make sure if you DO NOT want to donat your baked goods to the auctino, that you have a RED sticker placed on your entry tag at dheck-in.

BAKED GOODS AUCTION 2019 - MARK YOUR CALENDARS!  JOIN US ONCE AGAIN FOR OUR BAKED GOODS - AUCTION ON TUESDAY, AUGUST 27TH AND WEDNESDAY AUGUST 28TH AT 6 PM IN THE SOUTH END OF THE GRANGE AND HORTICULTURE BUILDING.  ALL PROCEEDS WILL GO TO THE IMPOREVEMENTS IN THE BUIDING.  THANK YOU TO KIKO AUCTIONEERS!

 

Judging on Tuesday, August 27, 2019 will take place with the following items and classes:

  1. Decorated Cakes-Classes 1-6

    Decorated Cookies and Cupcakes-Classes 7-8

    Gingerbread Houses-Class 9

    Cakes-Classes10-16

    Cookies-Classes 17-29

    Cake Pops/Gingerbread Men-Classes 46-48

    Gluten Free-49-51

    Special Recipe Baking-Class 58

    Men’s Cakes-Classes 66-68

    Men’s Cookies-Classes 72-74

    Jr. Cakes-Classes 77-79

    Jr. Cookies-Classes 83-85

    Judging on Wednesday, August 28, 2019 will take place with the following items and classes:

    Breads-Classes 30-41

    Candy-Classes 42-45

    Sugar Free-Classes 52-54

    Ethnic-Classes 55-57

    Pies-Classes 59-65

    Men’s Pies-Classes 69-71

    Jr. Pies-Classes 80-82

    Jr. Candy/Confections-Classes 86-88

 

ClassName
1

Open to Entrants with less than two (2) years' experience

Premium:  $8.00    $6.00    $5.00

Best of Shows - Rosette (Multiple)

Rules for Decorated Cake Class:

  • Cake may be a dummy - just decorations will be judged
  • May use Royal Icing
  • Only one entry per class
  • Single Layer cakes should not be larger than 10" x 15"

Judging Score Card:

  • Originality................20 points
  • Appearnace.............30 points
  • Workmanship..........50 points 
2

Open to Entrants with less than two (2) years' experience.

Premium:  $8.00   $6.00   $5.00

Best of Shows - Rosette (Multiple)

Rules for Decorated Cake Class:

  • Cake may be a dummy - just decorations will be judged
  • May use Royal Icing
  • Only one entry per class
  • Single Layer cakes should not be larger than 10" x 15"

Judging Score Card:

  • Originality................20 points
  • Appearnace.............30 points
  • Workmanship..........50 points 

 

 

 

3

Open to Entrants with less than two (2) years experience

Premium:  $8.00   $6.00   $5.00

Best of Shows - Rosette (Multiple)

Rules for Decorated Cake Class:

  • Cake may be a dummy - just decorations will be judged
  • May use Royal Icing
  • Only one entry per class
  • Single Layer cakes should not be larger than 10" x 15"

Judging Score Card:

  • Originality................20 points
  • Appearnace.............30 points
  • Workmanship..........50 points 

 

 

 

4

Open to those who derive income from decorating

Base NOT to exceed 12"

Premium:  $6.50   $5.50   $4.50

Best of Shows - Rosette (Multiple)

Rules for Decorated Cake Class:

  • Cake may be a dummy - just decorations will be judged
  • May use Royal Icing
  • Only one entry per class
  • Single Layer cakes should not be larger than 10" x 15"

Judging Score Card:

  • Originality................20 points
  • Appearnace.............30 points
  • Workmanship..........50 points 

 

 

 

 

5

Open to those that derive income from decorating

Premium:  $6.50   $5.50   $4.50

Best of Shows - Rosette (Multiple)

Rules for Decorated Cake Class:

  • Cake may be a dummy - just decorations will be judged
  • May use Royal Icing
  • Only one entry per class
  • Single Layer cakes should not be larger than 10" x 15"

Judging Score Card:

  • Originality................20 points
  • Appearnace.............30 points
  • Workmanship..........50 points 

 

 

 

6

Open to those that derive income from decorating

Premium:  $8.00   $6.00   $5.00

Best of Shows - Rosette (Multiple)

Rules for Decorated Cake Class:

  • Cake may be a dummy - just decorations will be judged
  • May use Royal Icing
  • Only one entry per class
  • Single Layer cakes should not be larger than 10" x 15"

Judging Score Card:

  • Originality................20 points
  • Appearnace.............30 points
  • Workmanship..........50 points 

 

 

 

 

7

Premium:  $8.00   $6.00   $5.00

Best of Shows - Rosette (Multiple)

Rules for Decorated Cake Class:

  • Cake may be a dummy - just decorations will be judged
  • May use Royal Icing
  • Only one entry per class
  • Single Layer cakes should not be larger than 10" x 15"

Judging Score Card:

  • Originality................20 points
  • Appearnace.............30 points
  • Workmanship..........50 points 

 

 

 

8

Premium:  $8.00   $6.00   $5.00

Best of Shows - Rosette (Multiple)

Rules for Decorated Cake Class:

  • Cake may be a dummy - just decorations will be judged
  • May use Royal Icing
  • Only one entry per class
  • Single Layer cakes should not be larger than 10" x 15"

Judging Score Card:

  • Originality................20 points
  • Appearnace.............30 points
  • Workmanship..........50 points 

 

 

9

9A - Ages 18 & Over   Premium:  $8.00   $6.00   $5.00

9B - Ages 12-17      Premium:  $7.00   $5.00   $3.00

9C - Ages 11 & Under  Premium:  $5.00   $3.50   $2.50

 

  • Cake may be a dummy - just decorations will be judged
  • May use Royal Icing
  • Only one entry per class
  • Single Layer cakes should not be larger than 10" x 15"

Judging Score Card:

  • Originality................20 points
  • Appearnace.............30 points
  • Workmanship..........50 points 

 

 

10

 

 

11
12

Premiums:  $4.50   $4.00  $3.75

 

 

Rules:

  • All Departmental Rules Apply
  • No Box Mixes
  • Cakes are judged on general appearance, lightness, texture and flavor.  Icing is also considered.
  • Two layered unless specified.

 

 

13

 

Rules:

  • All Departmental Rules Apply
  • No Box Mixes
  • Cakes are judged on general appearance, lightness, texture and flavor.  Icing is also considered.
  • Two layered unless specified.
14

TUESDAY AT THE FAIR!

  • Refer to Dept 9/Div 8 Delivery schedule for delivery times
  • Judging will be on Tuesday, August 28th at 1:00 pm in the Grange Bldg Culinary Arena

Rules:

  • All Departmental Rules Apply
  • No Box Mixes
  • Cakes are judged on general appearance, lightness, texture and flavor.  Icing is also considered.
  • Two layered unless specified.

 

15

TUESDAY AT THE FAIR!

  • Refer to Dept 9/Div 8 Delivery schedule for delivery times
  • Judging will be on Tuesday, August 28th at 1:00 pm in the Grange Bldg Culinary Arena

Rules:

  • All Departmental Rules Apply
  • No Box Mixes
  • Cakes are judged on general appearance, lightness, texture and flavor.  Icing is also considered.
  • Two layered unless specified.
16

TUESDAY AT THE FAIR!

  • Refer to Dept 9/Div 8 Delivery schedule for delivery times
  • Judging will be on Tuesday, August 28th at 1:00 pm in the Grange Bldg Culinary Arena

Rules:

  • All Departmental Rules Apply
  • No Box Mixes
  • Cakes are judged on general appearance, lightness, texture and flavor.  Icing is also considered.
  • Two layered unless specified.
17

 

Rules:

  • All Departmental Rules Apply
  • Cookies (12) are to be delivered to Department on an 8-inch plate enclosed in a Ziploc type bag.  Please enclose recipe
  • Cookies are judged on external characteristics such as uniformity in shape and size, crust evenly browned.  Texture of cookie and flavor, true to type of cookie, is considered.
18

 

Rules:

  • All Departmental Rules Apply
  • Cookies (12) are to be delivered to Department on an 8-inch plate enclosed in a Ziploc type bag.  Please enclose recipe
  • Cookies are judged on external characteristics such as uniformity in shape and size, crust evenly browned.  Texture of cookie and flavor, true to type of cookie, is considered.
19

 

Rules:

  • All Departmental Rules Apply
  • Cookies (12) are to be delivered to Department on an 8-inch plate enclosed in a Ziploc type bag.  Please enclose recipe
  • Cookies are judged on external characteristics such as uniformity in shape and size, crust evenly browned.  Texture of cookie and flavor, true to type of cookie, is considered.
20

 

Rules:

  • All Departmental Rules Apply
  • Cookies (12) are to be delivered to Department on an 8-inch plate enclosed in a Ziploc type bag.  Please enclose recipe
  • Cookies are judged on external characteristics such as uniformity in shape and size, crust evenly browned.  Texture of cookie and flavor, true to type of cookie, is considered.
21

 

Rules:

  • All Departmental Rules Apply
  • Cookies (12) are to be delivered to Department on an 8-inch plate enclosed in a Ziploc type bag.  Please enclose recipe
  • Cookies are judged on external characteristics such as uniformity in shape and size, crust evenly browned.  Texture of cookie and flavor, true to type of cookie, is considered.
22

 

Rules:

  • All Departmental Rules Apply
  • Cookies (12) are to be delivered to Department on an 8-inch plate enclosed in a Ziploc type bag.  Please enclose recipe
  • Cookies are judged on external characteristics such as uniformity in shape and size, crust evenly browned.  Texture of cookie and flavor, true to type of cookie, is considered.
23

 

Rules:

  • All Departmental Rules Apply
  • Cookies (12) are to be delivered to Department on an 8-inch plate enclosed in a Ziploc type bag.  Please enclose recipe
  • Cookies are judged on external characteristics such as uniformity in shape and size, crust evenly browned.  Texture of cookie and flavor, true to type of cookie, is considered.
24

Premiums  

Best of Show - Cookie - Rosette

Best of Show - Bar Cookie - Rosette

Rules:

  • All Departmental Rules Apply
  • Cookies (12) are to be delivered to Department on an 8-inch plate enclosed in a Ziploc type bag.  Please enclose recipe
  • Cookies are judged on external characteristics such as uniformity in shape and size, crust evenly browned.  Texture of cookie and flavor, true to type of cookie, is considered.
25

 

Rules:

  • All Departmental Rules Apply
  • Cookies (12) are to be delivered to Department on an 8-inch plate enclosed in a Ziploc type bag.  Please enclose recipe
  • Cookies are judged on external characteristics such as uniformity in shape and size, crust evenly browned.  Texture of cookie and flavor, true to type of cookie, is considered.
26

 

Rules:

  • All Departmental Rules Apply
  • Cookies (12) are to be delivered to Department on an 8-inch plate enclosed in a Ziploc type bag.  Please enclose recipe
  • Cookies are judged on external characteristics such as uniformity in shape and size, crust evenly browned.  Texture of cookie and flavor, true to type of cookie, is considered.
27

 

Rules:

  • All Departmental Rules Apply
  • Cookies (12) are to be delivered to Department on an 8-inch plate enclosed in a Ziploc type bag.  Please enclose recipe
  • Cookies are judged on external characteristics such as uniformity in shape and size, crust evenly browned.  Texture of cookie and flavor, true to type of cookie, is considered.
28

 

Rules:

  • All Departmental Rules Apply
  • Cookies (12) are to be delivered to Department on an 8-inch plate enclosed in a Ziploc type bag.  Please enclose recipe
  • Cookies are judged on external characteristics such as uniformity in shape and size, crust evenly browned.  Texture of cookie and flavor, true to type of cookie, is considered.
29

 

Rules:

  • All Departmental Rules Apply
  • Cookies (12) are to be delivered to Department on an 8-inch plate enclosed in a Ziploc type bag.  Please enclose recipe
  • Cookies are judged on external characteristics such as uniformity in shape and size, crust evenly browned.  Texture of cookie and flavor, true to type of cookie, is considered.
30

Premiums:

Rosettes:

  • Best of Show - Bread - No Yeast
  • Best of Show - Bread - Yeast
  • Best of Show - Muffins - Scones

Rules:

  • All Departmental Rules Apply
  • One Loaf per class
  • Place bread in plastic bag and label
  • No bread machine entries
31

 

Rules:

  • All Departmental Rules Apply
  • One Loaf per class
  • Place bread in plastic bag and label
  • No bread machine entries
32

Premiums:

Rosettes:

  • Best of Show - Bread - No Yeast
  • Best of Show - Bread - Yeast
  • Best of Show - Muffins - Scones

Rules:

  • All Departmental Rules Apply
  • One Loaf per class
  • Place bread in plastic bag and label
  • No bread machine entries
33

Premiums:

Rosettes:

  • Best of Show - Bread - No Yeast
  • Best of Show - Bread - Yeast
  • Best of Show - Muffins - Scones

Rules:

  • All Departmental Rules Apply
  • One Loaf per class
  • Place bread in plastic bag and label
  • No bread machine entries
34

Premiums:

Rosettes:

  • Best of Show - Bread - No Yeast
  • Best of Show - Bread - Yeast
  • Best of Show - Muffins - Scones

Rules:

  • All Departmental Rules Apply
  • One Loaf per class
  • Place bread in plastic bag and label
  • No bread machine entries
35

Premiums:

Rosettes:

  • Best of Show - Bread - No Yeast
  • Best of Show - Bread - Yeast
  • Best of Show - Muffins - Scones

Rules:

  • All Departmental Rules Apply
  • One Loaf per class
  • Place bread in plastic bag and label
  • No bread machine entries
36

 

Rules:

  • All Departmental Rules Apply
  • One Loaf per class
  • Place bread in plastic bag and label
  • No bread machine entries
37

 

Rules:

  • All Departmental Rules Apply
  • One Loaf per class
  • Place bread in plastic bag and label
  • No bread machine entries
38

 

Rules:

  • All Departmental Rules Apply
  • One Loaf per class
  • Place bread in plastic bag and label
  • No bread machine entries

 

39

 

Rules:

  • All Departmental Rules Apply
  • One Loaf per class
  • Place bread in plastic bag and label
  • No bread machine entries

 

 

40

 

Rules:

  • All Departmental Rules Apply
  • One Loaf per class
  • Place bread in plastic bag and label
  • No bread machine entries

 

41

 

Rules:

  • All Departmental Rules Apply
  • One Loaf per class
  • Place bread in plastic bag and label
  • No bread machine entries

 

42
43

6 Pieces

Best of Show - Candy - Rosette

All Department Rules Apply

44

6 Pieces

Best of Show - Candy - Rosette

All Department Rules Apply

45

6 Pieces

Best of Show - Candy - Rosette

All Department Rules Apply

46
Premiums:
 
Rules:
  • Pops (6) displayed on a 4" x 10" styrofoam brick
  • Pops should be iced and decorated
47
Premiums:
 
Rules:
  • Pops (6) displayed on a 4" x 10" styrofoam brick
  • Pops should be iced and decorated

 

48
49

For a food to be labeled as gluten-free, the FDA stats that it must contain no more than 20 parts per million (ppm) of gluten.

Premiums: 

Rules:

  • All elements of entry should follow gluten free standards.
  • All classes in this sectin were selected from www.allrecipes.com
  • Entrants may adjust recipes as long as gluten free standards are followed.
  • Entry - One loaf or 6 items per plate
50

For a food to be labeled as gluten-free, the FDA stats that it must contain no more than 20 parts per million (ppm) of gluten.

Premiums: 

Rules:

  • All elements of entry should follow gluten free standards.
  • All classes in this sectin were selected from www.allrecipes.com
  • Entrants may adjust recipes as long as gluten free standards are followed.
  • Entry - One loaf or 6 items per plate

 

51

For a food to be labeled as gluten-free, the FDA stats that it must contain no more than 20 parts per million (ppm) of gluten.

Premiums: 

Rules:

  • All elements of entry should follow gluten free standards.
  • All classes in this sectin were selected from www.allrecipes.com
  • Entrants may adjust recipes as long as gluten free standards are followed.
  • Entry - One loaf or 6 items per plate

 

52

Premiums:

Rules:

  • All Classes in this section chosen from www.allrecipes.com
  • Entrants are free to use any recipe as long as it fits Class description
  • All entries must follow sugar free standards
53

Premiums:

Rules:

  • All Classes in this section chosen from www.allrecipes.com
  • Entrants are free to use any recipe as long as it fits Class description
  • All entries must follow sugar free standards

 

54

Premiums:

Rules:

  • All Classes in this section chosen from www.allrecipes.com
  • Entrants are free to use any recipe as long as it fits Class description
  • All entries must follow sugar free standards

 

55

Premiums:

Rules:

  • All Classes in this section chosen from www.allrecipes.com
  • Entrants are free to sue any recipe as long as it fits Class description
56

Premiums:

Rules:

  • All Classes in this section chosen from www.allrecipes.com
  • Entrants are free to sue any recipe as long as it fits Class description

 

57

Premiums:

Rules:

  • All Classes in this section chosen from www.allrecipes.com
  • Entrants are free to sue any recipe as long as it fits Class description

 

58

The Best Carrot Cake Recipe

Premiums:  $6.50    $5.50    $4.50

Cake:

  • 2 1/2  Cups all-purpose flour
  • 1 Cup granulated sugar
  • 1 Cup dark brown sugar
  • 1 1/2 Teaspoon baking soda
  • 1 Tetaspoon baking powder
  • 1 Teaspoon salt
  • 2 Teaspoons ground cinnamon
  • 1/2 Teaspoon nutmeg
  • 1 Cup canola or vegetable oil
  • 1/2 Cup or 1` stick unsalted butter
  • 4 Large eggs
  • 1 Teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 3 Cups grated carrots

Cream Cheese Frosting:

  • 1/2 Cup or 1 Stick unsalted butter
  • 8 Ounces cream cheese
  • 1 Teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1/4 Teaspoon salt
  • 4 Cups powdered sugar
  • 1/4 Teaspoon Salt

Cake Instructions:

  1. Pre-heat oven at 350 degrees and prepare two 8-inch pans by lining the bottoms with parchment paper and lightly greasing and flouring the sides
  2. In a large bowl, whisk together your flour, sugars, baking powder, baking soda, salt, cinnamon and nutmeg.
  3. Add your canola oil and melted butter and stir well
  4. Add eggs, one at a time, stirring well after each addition]Stir in vanilla extract
  5. Stir in vanilla extract
  6. Stir in carrots until ingredients are well-combined
  7. Evenly divide carrot cake batter into prepared baking pans and bake on 350F for 40 minutes (toothpick inserted in center should come out mostly clean with a few moist crumbs)
  8. Allow carrot cake to cool in the pans for 10 minutes, then run a knife around the edge and invert onto cooling rack to cool completely
  9. Allow cake to cool completely before covering with cream cheese frosting

Cream Cheese Frosting:

  1. Combine butter and cream cheese in a large bowl and use an electric mixer to beat until creamy, well-combined, and lump-free
  2. Add vanilla extract and sprinkle salt into the bowl and stir well to combine
  3. With mixer on low, gradually add powdered sugar until ingredients are completely combined (be sure to scrape the sides and bottom of the bowl with a spatula)
  4. Once your cake has cooled completely, cover with frosting
59

WEDNESDAY AT THE FAIR

Rule Reminders:

  • All Department 9 Rules Apply
  • All Division 8 Rules Apply
  • Some Classes may have additional specific rules
  • Delivery schedule for entries will be as defined in Domestics schedule
  • Judging will be on Wednesday, August 29th at 1:00 pm in the Grange Bldg Culinary Arena
  • Baked Good Auction procedures will be the same as on Tuesday

Premiums:

Best of Show - Pie - Rosette

Pie Rules:

  • Fruit pies are to be two rolled crusts unless a lattice top or a crumb topping is stated.
  • Use an 8" or 9" pan
  • No graham cracker or cookie crumb crusts
  • Pies are judged on general appearance, tenderness, flakiness, and flavor of the crust.  Filling should be well cooked and flavor should be true to kind of pie.
60

 

Rule Reminders:

  • All Department 9 Rules Apply
  • All Division 8 Rules Apply
  • Some Classes may have additional specific rules
  • Delivery schedule for entries will be as defined in Domestics schedule
  • Judging will be on Wednesday, August 29th at 1:00 pm in the Grange Bldg Culinary Arena
  • Baked Good Auction procedures will be the same as on Tuesday

Premiums:

Best of Show - Pie - Rosette

Pie Rules:

  • Fruit pies are to be two rolled crusts unless a lattice top or a crumb topping is stated.
  • Use an 8" or 9" pan
  • No graham cracker or cookie crumb crusts
  • Pies are judged on general appearance, tenderness, flakiness, and flavor of the crust.  Filling should be well cooked and flavor should be true to kind of pie.
61

 

Rule Reminders:

  • All Department 9 Rules Apply
  • All Division 8 Rules Apply
  • Some Classes may have additional specific rules
  • Delivery schedule for entries will be as defined in Domestics schedule
  • Judging will be on Wednesday, August 29th at 1:00 pm in the Grange Bldg Culinary Arena
  • Baked Good Auction procedures will be the same as on Tuesday

Premiums:

Best of Show - Pie - Rosette

Pie Rules:

  • Fruit pies are to be two rolled crusts unless a lattice top or a crumb topping is stated.
  • Use an 8" or 9" pan
  • No graham cracker or cookie crumb crusts
  • Pies are judged on general appearance, tenderness, flakiness, and flavor of the crust.  Filling should be well cooked and flavor should be true to kind of pie.
62

 

Rule Reminders:

  • All Department 9 Rules Apply
  • All Division 8 Rules Apply
  • Some Classes may have additional specific rules
  • Delivery schedule for entries will be as defined in Domestics schedule
  • Judging will be on Wednesday, August 29th at 1:00 pm in the Grange Bldg Culinary Arena
  • Baked Good Auction procedures will be the same as on Tuesday

Premiums:

Best of Show - Pie - Rosette

Pie Rules:

  • Fruit pies are to be two rolled crusts unless a lattice top or a crumb topping is stated.
  • Use an 8" or 9" pan
  • No graham cracker or cookie crumb crusts
  • Pies are judged on general appearance, tenderness, flakiness, and flavor of the crust.  Filling should be well cooked and flavor should be true to kind of pie.
63

WEDNESDAY AT THE FAIR

Rule Reminders:

  • All Department 9 Rules Apply
  • All Division 8 Rules Apply
  • Some Classes may have additional specific rules
  • Delivery schedule for entries will be as defined in Domestics schedule
  • Judging will be on Wednesday, August 29th at 1:00 pm in the Grange Bldg Culinary Arena
  • Baked Good Auction procedures will be the same as on Tuesday

Premiums:

Best of Show - Pie - Rosette

Pie Rules:

  • Fruit pies are to be two rolled crusts unless a lattice top or a crumb topping is stated.
  • Use an 8" or 9" pan
  • No graham cracker or cookie crumb crusts
  • Pies are judged on general appearance, tenderness, flakiness, and flavor of the crust.  Filling should be well cooked and flavor should be true to kind of pie.
64

 

Rule Reminders:

  • All Department 9 Rules Apply
  • All Division 8 Rules Apply
  • Some Classes may have additional specific rules
  • Delivery schedule for entries will be as defined in Domestics schedule
  • Judging will be on Wednesday, August 29th at 1:00 pm in the Grange Bldg Culinary Arena
  • Baked Good Auction procedures will be the same as on Tuesday

Premiums:

Best of Show - Pie - Rosette

Pie Rules:

  • Fruit pies are to be two rolled crusts unless a lattice top or a crumb topping is stated.
  • Use an 8" or 9" pan
  • No graham cracker or cookie crumb crusts
  • Pies are judged on general appearance, tenderness, flakiness, and flavor of the crust.  Filling should be well cooked and flavor should be true to kind of pie.
65

(Open to Men Only)

Premiums:

Best of Show - Men's Baking

66

(Open to Men Only)

Premiums:

Best of Show - Men's Baking

67

(Open to Men Only)

Premiums:

Best of Show - Men's Baking

68

   

(Open to Men Only)

Premiums:

Best of Show - Men's Baking

   

69

(Open to Men Only)

Premiums:

Best of Show - Men's Baking

70

(Open to Men Only)

Premiums:

Best of Show - Men's Baking

71

6 Per Plate

(Open to Men Only)

Premiums:

Best of Show - Men's Baking

72

6 on a plate

(Open to Men Only)

Premiums:

Best of Show - Men's Baking

 

73

6 to a plate

(Open to Men Only)

Premiums:

Best of Show - Men's Baking

 

74

(Open to Men Only)

Premiums:

Best of Show - Men's Baking

75

(Open to Men Only)

Premiums:

Best of Show - Men's Baking

76

 

Premiums:

Rules:

  • Entries open to Youth 17 and Under
  • Youth participating in 4-H in possession of a 4-H exhibitor wristband do not need to pay additional entry fees.  All other Youth Exhibitors must purchase a $5.00 Junior Exhibitor Pass
  • 4-H exhibitors and all other Youth exhibitors will need to fill out an Open Class entry form.  4-H participants - Be sure to include your wristband number.  The Fair office will assign you a Junior exhibitor number.
  • Be sure to read all Department 9 and Division 8 rules.  Some Classes will have additinal rules
  • Follow Delivery Schedule as specified.
78

 

Premiums:

Rules:

  • Entries open to Youth 17 and Under
  • Youth participating in 4-H in possession of a 4-H exhibitor wristband do not need to pay additional entry fees.  All other Youth Exhibitors must purchase a $5.00 Junior Exhibitor Pass
  • 4-H exhibitors and all other Youth exhibitors will need to fill out an Open Class entry form.  4-H participants - Be sure to include your wristband number.  The Fair office will assign you a Junior exhibitor number.
  • Be sure to read all Department 9 and Division 8 rules.  Some Classes will have additinal rules
  • Follow Delivery Schedule as specified.
78

Premiums:

Rules:

  • Entries open to Youth 17 and Under
  • Youth participating in 4-H in possession of a 4-H exhibitor wristband do not need to pay additional entry fees.  All other Youth Exhibitors must purchase a $5.00 Junior Exhibitor Pass
  • 4-H exhibitors and all other Youth exhibitors will need to fill out an Open Class entry form.  4-H participants - Be sure to include your wristband number.  The Fair office will assign you a Junior exhibitor number.
  • Be sure to read all Department 9 and Division 8 rules.  Some Classes will have additinal rules
  • Follow Delivery Schedule as specified.
79

Premiums:

Rules:

  • Entries open to Youth 17 and Under
  • Youth participating in 4-H in possession of a 4-H exhibitor wristband do not need to pay additional entry fees.  All other Youth Exhibitors must purchase a $5.00 Junior Exhibitor Pass
  • 4-H exhibitors and all other Youth exhibitors will need to fill out an Open Class entry form.  4-H participants - Be sure to include your wristband number.  The Fair office will assign you a Junior exhibitor number.
  • Be sure to read all Department 9 and Division 8 rules.  Some Classes will have additinal rules
  • Follow Delivery Schedule as specified.
80

Premiums:

Rules:

  • Entries open to Youth 17 and Under
  • Youth participating in 4-H in possession of a 4-H exhibitor wristband do not need to pay additional entry fees.  All other Youth Exhibitors must purchase a $5.00 Junior Exhibitor Pass
  • 4-H exhibitors and all other Youth exhibitors will need to fill out an Open Class entry form.  4-H participants - Be sure to include your wristband number.  The Fair office will assign you a Junior exhibitor number.
  • Be sure to read all Department 9 and Division 8 rules.  Some Classes will have additinal rules
  • Follow Delivery Schedule as specified.
81

Premiums:

Rules:

  • Entries open to Youth 17 and Under
  • Youth participating in 4-H in possession of a 4-H exhibitor wristband do not need to pay additional entry fees.  All other Youth Exhibitors must purchase a $5.00 Junior Exhibitor Pass
  • 4-H exhibitors and all other Youth exhibitors will need to fill out an Open Class entry form.  4-H participants - Be sure to include your wristband number.  The Fair office will assign you a Junior exhibitor number.
  • Be sure to read all Department 9 and Division 8 rules.  Some Classes will have additinal rules
  • Follow Delivery Schedule as specified.

 

82
  • 6 Per Plate
  • Premiums:  $2.50   $2.25   $2.00

Premiums:

Rules:

  • Entries open to Youth 17 and Under
  • Youth participating in 4-H in possession of a 4-H exhibitor wristband do not need to pay additional entry fees.  All other Youth Exhibitors must purchase a $5.00 Junior Exhibitor Pass
  • 4-H exhibitors and all other Youth exhibitors will need to fill out an Open Class entry form.  4-H participants - Be sure to include your wristband number.  The Fair office will assign you a Junior exhibitor number.
  • Be sure to read all Department 9 and Division 8 rules.  Some Classes will have additinal rules
  • Follow Delivery Schedule as specified.

 

83
  • 6 Pieces
  • Premiums:  $2.50   $2.25   $2.00

Premiums:

Rules:

  • Entries open to Youth 17 and Under
  • Youth participating in 4-H in possession of a 4-H exhibitor wristband do not need to pay additional entry fees.  All other Youth Exhibitors must purchase a $5.00 Junior Exhibitor Pass
  • 4-H exhibitors and all other Youth exhibitors will need to fill out an Open Class entry form.  4-H participants - Be sure to include your wristband number.  The Fair office will assign you a Junior exhibitor number.
  • Be sure to read all Department 9 and Division 8 rules.  Some Classes will have additinal rules
  • Follow Delivery Schedule as specified.

 

84
  • 6 Pieces per Plate
  • Premiums:  $2.50   $2.25   $2.00

Premiums:

Rules:

  • Entries open to Youth 17 and Under
  • Youth participating in 4-H in possession of a 4-H exhibitor wristband do not need to pay additional entry fees.  All other Youth Exhibitors must purchase a $5.00 Junior Exhibitor Pass
  • 4-H exhibitors and all other Youth exhibitors will need to fill out an Open Class entry form.  4-H participants - Be sure to include your wristband number.  The Fair office will assign you a Junior exhibitor number.
  • Be sure to read all Department 9 and Division 8 rules.  Some Classes will have additinal rules
  • Follow Delivery Schedule as specified.

 

85
  • Premiums:  $2.75   $2.50   $2.25

Rules:

  • Entries open to Youth 17 and Under
  • Youth participating in 4-H in possession of a 4-H exhibitor wristband do not need to pay additional entry fees.  All other Youth Exhibitors must purchase a $5.00 Junior Exhibitor Pass
  • 4-H exhibitors and all other Youth exhibitors will need to fill out an Open Class entry form.  4-H participants - Be sure to include your wristband number.  The Fair office will assign you a Junior exhibitor number.
  • Be sure to read all Department 9 and Division 8 rules.  Some Classes will have additinal rules
  • Follow Delivery Schedule as specified.

 

86

Chocolate Iced & Decorated -

Displayed on a 4" x 6" styrofoam brick

 

  • 6 Per Plate
  • Premiums:  $2.75   $2.50   $2.25

Rules:

  • Entries open to Youth 17 and Under
  • Youth participating in 4-H in possession of a 4-H exhibitor wristband do not need to pay additional entry fees.  All other Youth Exhibitors must purchase a $5.00 Junior Exhibitor Pass
  • 4-H exhibitors and all other Youth exhibitors will need to fill out an Open Class entry form.  4-H participants - Be sure to include your wristband number.  The Fair office will assign you a Junior exhibitor number.
  • Be sure to read all Department 9 and Division 8 rules.  Some Classes will have additinal rules
  • Follow Delivery Schedule as specified.

 

87

Premiums:  $2.75   $2.50   $2.25

 

Rules:

  • Entries open to Youth 17 and Under
  • Youth participating in 4-H in possession of a 4-H exhibitor wristband do not need to pay additional entry fees.  All other Youth Exhibitors must purchase a $5.00 Junior Exhibitor Pass
  • 4-H exhibitors and all other Youth exhibitors will need to fill out an Open Class entry form.  4-H participants - Be sure to include your wristband number.  The Fair office will assign you a Junior exhibitor number.
  • Be sure to read all Department 9 and Division 8 rules.  Some Classes will have additinal rules
  • Follow Delivery Schedule as specified.

 

89
  • Premiums:  $4.00   $3.75   $3.50
90
  • Premiums:  $4.00   $3.75   $3.50
91
  • Premiums: $4.00  $3.75  $3.50
  •  
Canned Goods (Division 9)

Entries close Saturday, August 12th at 5:00 pm.  Articles should be delivered to Superintedent of Dept. between 12 noon an 8:00 pm Monday, August 28, 2017.

PICK-UP TIME:

All entries must remain in place until Tuesday, September 5th and be removed between 12 noon and 5:30 pm unless arrangements have been made with the Superintendent.  Not responsible for articles left  after removal time.

  •  
  • Must have been canned since last fair.
  • Must be labeled with year of “2017” on the lid.
  • Follow USDA procedures, which include: fill of the jar, color, perfection of food, and appearance.
  • Canned goods can be in either quart standard or wide-mouthed jars.
  • No rings.
  • No I.D. Labels.
  • No rust on lids.
  • No paraffin.
  • No decorative lids.
  • Display of fruit, jelly, jam, butter unusual meat, etc must be labeled with product of jar.
  • Methods are hot water bath and pressure-cooking.
  • USDA recommends fruits to be processed by hot water bath and vegetables and meats to be pressure canned.
  • “Food Preservation Award for Canning” The recipient of this special award will be recognized by the building superintendent.
ClassName
1
  • Premiums: $2.25 $2.00 $1.75
2
  • Premiums: $2.25 $2.00 $1.75
3
  • Premiums: $2.25 $2.00 $1.75
4
  • Premiums: $2.25 $2.00 $1.75
5
  • Premiums: $2.25 $2.00 $1.75
6
  • Premiums: $2.25 $2.00 $1.75
7
  • Premiums: $2.25 $2.00 $1.75
8
  • Premiums: $2.25 $2.00 $1.75
9
  • Premiums: $2.25 $2.00 $1.75
10
  • Premiums: $2.25 $2.00 $1.75
11
  • Premiums: $2.25 $2.00 $1.75
12
  • Premiums: $2.25 $2.00 $1.75
13
  • Premiums: $2.25 $2.00 $1.75
14
  • Premiums: $2.25 $2.00 $1.75
15
  • Premiums: $2.25 $2.00 $1.75
16
  • Premiums: $2.25 $2.00 $1.75
17
  • Premiums: $7.50 $5.50 $4.50
  • 6 varieties.
18
  • Premiums: $1.75 $1.50 $1.25
  • 8oz standard jelly jar.
19
  • Premiums: $1.75 $1.50 $1.25
  • 8oz standard jelly jar.
20
  • Premiums: $1.75 $1.50 $1.25
  • 8oz standard jelly jar.
21
  • Premiums: $1.75 $1.50 $1.25
  • 8oz standard jelly jar.
22
  • Premiums: $1.75 $1.50 $1.25
  • 8oz standard jelly jar.
23
  • Premiums: $1.75 $1.50 $1.25
  • 8oz standard jelly jar.
24
  • Premiums: $1.75 $1.50 $1.25
  • 8oz standard jelly jar.
25
  • Premiums: $1.75 $1.50 $1.25
  • 8oz standard jelly jar.
26
  • Premiums: $1.75 $1.50 $1.25
  • 8oz standard jelly jar.
27
  • Premiums: $1.75 $1.50 $1.25
  • 8oz standard jelly jar.
28
  • Premiums: $1.75 $1.50 $1.25
  • 8oz standard jelly jar.
29
  • Premiums: $1.75 $1.50 $1.25
  • 8oz standard jelly jar.
30
  • Premiums: $1.75 $1.50 $1.25
  • 8oz standard jelly jar.
  • 6 varieties.
31
  • Premiums: $1.75 $1.50 $1.25
  • 8oz standard jelly jar.
32
  • Premiums: $1.75 $1.50 $1.25
  • 8oz standard jelly jar.
33
  • Premiums: $1.75 $1.50 $1.25
  • 8oz standard jelly jar.
34
  • Premiums: $1.75 $1.50 $1.25
  • 8oz standard jelly jar.
35
  • Premiums: $1.75 $1.50 $1.25
  • 8oz standard jelly jar.
36
  • Premiums: $1.75 $1.50 $1.25
  • 8oz standard jelly jar.
37
  • Premiums: $1.75 $1.50 $1.25
  • 8oz standard jelly jar.
38
  • Premiums: $1.75 $1.50 $1.25
  • 8oz standard jelly jar.
39
  • Premiums: $5.50 $4.50 $3.50
  • 8oz standard jelly jar.
  • 6 varieties.
40
  • Premiums: $1.75 $1.50 $1.25
  • 8oz standard jelly jar.
41
  • Premiums: $1.75 $1.50 $1.25
  • 8oz standard jelly jar.
42
  • Premiums: $1.75 $1.50 $1.25
  • 8oz standard jelly jar.
43

$1.75   $1.50   $1.25

8 oz Standard Jelly Jar - Must be labeled

 

44
  • Premiums: $1.75 $1.50 $1.25
  • 8oz standard jelly jar.
45
  • Premiums: $1.75 $1.50 $1.25
  • 8oz standard jelly jar.
46
  • Premiums: $3.50 $2.50 $1.50
  • 8oz standard jelly jar.
  • 4 varieties.
47
  • Premiums: $2.25 $2.00 $1.75
48
  • Premiums: $2.25 $2.00 $1.75
49
  • Premiums: $2.25 $2.00 $1.75
50
  • Premiums: $2.25 $2.00 $1.75
51
  • Premiums: $4.50 $3.50 $2.50
  • 3 varieties.
52
  • Premiums: $2.25 $2.00 $1.75
53
  • Premiums: $2.25 $2.00 $1.75
54
  • Premiums: $2.25 $2.00 $1.75
55
  • Premiums: $2.25 $2.00 $1.75
56
  • Premiums: $2.25 $2.00 $1.75
57
  • Premiums: $2.25 $2.00 $1.75
58
  • Premiums: $2.25 $2.00 $1.75
59
  • Premiums: $2.25 $2.00 $1.75
60
  • Premiums: $2.25 $2.00 $1.75
61
  • Premiums: $2.25 $2.00 $1.75
62
  • Premiums: $2.25 $2.00 $1.75
63
  • Premiums: $2.25 $2.00 $1.75
64
  • Premiums: $2.25 $2.00 $1.75
65
  • Premiums: $2.25 $2.00 $1.75
66
  • Premiums: $2.25 $2.00 $1.75
67
  • Premiums: $2.25 $2.00 $1.75
68
  • Premiums: $2.25 $2.00 $1.75
69
  • Premiums: $2.25 $2.00 $1.75
70
  • Premiums: $2.25 $2.00 $1.75
71
  • Premiums: $2.25 $2.00 $1.75
72
  • Premiums: $2.25 $2.00 $1.75
73
  • Premiums: $2.25 $2.00 $1.75
74
  • Premiums: $2.25 $2.00 $1.75
75
  • Premiums: $2.25 $2.00 $1.75
76
  • Premiums: $2.25 $2.00 $1.75
77
  • Premiums: $2.25   $2.00   $1.75
78
  • Premiums: $2.25   $2.00   $1.75
79
  • Premiums: $2.75 $2.50 $2.25
80
  • Premiums: $2.75 $2.50 $2.25
81
  • Premiums: $2.75 $2.50 $2.25
82
  • Premiums: $2.75 $2.50 $2.25
83
  • Premiums: $4.50 $3.50 $2.50
  • 3 fruit juices & 3 vegetable juices.
84
  • Premiums: $10.50 $9.50 $8.50 $7.50 $6.50 $5.50
  • Each display shall include five (5) quart jars of food to make a meal. Examples might be meat, vegetables, fruit but NO Juice.
Dried Fruits & Vegetables (Division 10)

Classes 1-8

  • Premiums $1.75 $1.50 $1.25
  • Standard Pint Jars

Classes 9-13

  • Premiums $1.50 $1.25 $1.00
  • Dried Herbs 1/2 Pint Jars
ClassName
1
  • Premiums: $1.75 $1.50 $1.25
2
  • Premiums: $1.75 $1.50 $1.25
3
  • Premiums: $1.75 $1.50 $1.25
4
  • Premiums: $1.75 $1.50 $1.25
5
  • Premiums: $1.75 $1.50 $1.25
6
  • Premiums: $1.75 $1.50 $1.25
7
  • Premiums: $1.75 $1.50 $1.25
8
  • Premiums: $1.75 $1.50 $1.25
9
  • Premiums: $1.50 $1.25 $1.00
10
  • Premiums: $1.50 $1.25 $1.00
11
  • Premiums: $1.50 $1.25 $1.00
12
  • Premiums: $1.50 $1.25 $1.00
13
  • Premiums: $1.50 $1.25 $1.00
  • Must be labeled.
Honey - Pure (Division 11)

Premiums $3.50 $2.50 $1.50

Judging - Check time with Heidi or Cindy

  • Only one entry in each class may be made by an exhibitor.
  • All apiary product exhibits shall be produced by the exhibitor in his/her own apiary.
  • Entries open to Stark County, adjoining counties and members of the Stark County Beekeepers Association.
  • Exhibitors have the option to allow a jar(s) or any extra to be auctioned on Tuesday, August 27th and Wednesday, August 28th.
  • Must use 1# Queen Line Glass Jars
ClassName
1
  • Premiums: $3.50 $2.50 $1.50
  • Display of 3.
2
  • Premiums: $3.50 $2.50 $1.50
  • Display of 3.
3
  • Premiums: $3.50 $2.50 $1.50
  • Display of 3.
4
  • Premiums: $3.50 $2.50 $1.50
  • Display of 3.
5
  • Premiums: $3.50 $2.50 $1.50
  • Must be in clear packaging.
  • Display of 3.
6
  • Premiums: $3.50 $2.50 $1.50
  • Must be in clear packaging.
  • Display of 3.
7
  • Premiums: $3.50 $2.50 $1.50
  • Must be bee proof using clear wrapping.
8
  • Premiums: $3.50 $2.50 $1.50
  • Must be bee proof using clear wrapping.
9
  • Premiums: $3.50 $2.50 $1.50
  • Block at least 6oz.
  • Wrapped in plastic.
10
  • Premiums: $3.50 $2.50 $1.50
11
  • Premiums: $3.50 $2.50 $1.50
  • Two of a kind, must be identical.
12
  • Premiums: $3.50 $2.50 $1.50
Honey - Novice (Division 12)
  • Exhibitor shall NOT have previously entered any Honey Department class OR have not previously placed in any Honey Department class at the Stark County Fair
ClassName
1
Premiums:  $3.50    $2.50    $1.50
 
  • Display of three (3) #1 glass jars of the same color class
  • Must be labeled as to color
2
  • Premiums:  $2.25    $2.00    $1.75
  • One of any baked good, jam or jelly listed in the regular Honey Department classes
3

Premiumus:  $2.00    $1.50    $1.00

  • One of any cosmetic, hand cream, lip balm listed in the regular Honey Department classes.
12
  • Premiums: $2.00 $1.75 $1.50
  • 6 on a paper plate.
13
  • Premiums: $1.75 $1.50 $1.25
  • 8oz standard jelly jar.
  • Must be labeled.
14
  • Premiums: $1.75 $1.50 $1.25
  • 8oz standard jelly jar.
  • Must be labeled.
15
  • Premiums: $1.75 $1.50 $1.25
  • 8oz standard jelly jar.
  • Must be labeled.
16
  • Premiums: $1.75 $1.50 $1.25
  • 8oz standard jelly jar.
  • Must be labeled.
17
  • Premiums: $1.75 $1.50 $1.25
  • 8oz standard jelly jar.
  • Must be labeled.
18
  • Premiums: $1.75 $1.50 $1.25
  • 8oz standard jelly jar.
  • Must be labeled.
19
  • Premiums: $1.75 $1.50 $1.25
  • 8oz standard jelly jar.
  • Must be labeled.
Honey Bi-Products (Division 13)
  • To be delivered to Superintendent of Dept. between 9 am and 11:30 am, Monday, August 28th.
  • Entries open to Stark County, adjoining counties and members of the Stark County Beekeepers Association
  • Baked goods in this department must use at least 50% honey as the sweetener used.
  • A clearly written recipe card must accompany all entries.  These recipes are accumulated to make a cookbook.
  • All entries shall use plastic bag and be labeled as to variety
  • Entries other than bread class and cake class shall use a 6 or 7 inch plate.
  • Following the judging of breads and cakes, a portion will be on display and the rest may be auctioned on Tuesday, August 29th or be taken home.
  • PRE-PACKAGED mixes WILL NOT be accepted.
ClassName
1
  • Premiums: $2.50 $2.25 $2.00
2
  • Premiums: $2.50  $2.25  $2.00
 
3
  • Premiums: $4.50 $4.00 $3.75
 
4
  • Premiums: $2.50  $2.25  $2.00
5

Premiums:  $1.75    $1.50    $1.25

6

Premiums:  $1.75    $1.50    $1.25

7

Premiums:  $1.75    $1.50    $1.25

8

Premiums:  $1.75    $1.50    $1.25

9

Premiums:  $1.75    $1.50    $1.25

10

Premiums:  $1.75    $1.50    $1.25

11

Premiums:  $1.75    $1.50    $1.25

Honey Non-Edible Products (Division 14)
  • To be delivered to Superintendent of Dept. between 12 noon and 8:00 pm, Monday, August 26th.
  • Entries open to Stark County, adjoining counties and Members of the Stark County Beekeepers Association.
  • Classes 1 through 4 must have a clearly written 3 x 5 index card with ingredients listed.
  • Products must contain some portion of beeswax, honey, pollen and/or propolis.
ClassName
1
  • Premiums: $2.00 $1.50 $1.00
  • 3 bars, 3-4oz.
2
  • Premiums: $2.00 $1.50 $1.00
  • Misc. 1 Container
3
  • Premiums: $2.00 $1.50 $1.00
  • 1 - 4oz jar.
4
  • Premiums: $2.00 $1.50 $1.00
  • 1 Tube.
5
  • Premiums: $5.00 $4.00 $3.00
  • 50% or more of the products must be made by the exhibitor and weigh less than 10 lbs.
Eggs - NEW (Division 15)
Classes 1-4 Premiums:  $5.00   $4.00   $3.00   - Open to Stark County youth & Stark County 4-H club members ages 5-18
 
Classes 5-8 Premiums: $6.00   $5.00   $4.00  - Open to Stark County residents ONLY
  • All eggs must be produced by the Exhibitor's home flock
  • Entries should be fresh and clean, but not washed
  • Eggs should be presented in a fresh egg carton
  • Judging will be on uniformity of eggs, egg shape, shell texture and thickness, free from defects and absence of ridges or abnormalities
  • Decorated painted eggs may have contents removed.

 

 

ClassName
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

Art Hall (Dept. 10)

Superintendents                                                        Assistants
TIM ROSS  & MANDY SANCIC                                  An Army of Volunteers - THANK YOU!!
 
DEPARTMENT RULES HAVE CHANGED!!  PLEASE READ CAREFULLY.........
 
Questons about Art Hall entries???  Please contact Tim Ross at: arthall@starkcountyfair.com.  Include your name and phone # in the body of your email.
 
NEW FOR 2019 - 

- Art Hall Premiums will be paid for 1st, 2nd & 3rd place only

- Former 4th Place Premiums have been used to increase 1st, 2nd & 3rd Premiums

- All Premiums are now in even dollars

- 4-H Classes in “Operation Fostering Freedom”

- Special Classes in Photography in partnership with Stark       County Arbor Day Committee

 
2019 DATES!  PLEASE MAKE NOTE - NO EXCEPTIONS!
PRE FAIR - DELIVERY OF ITEMS FOR ENTRY:
  • TUESDAY - AUGUST 20 - 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • WEDNESDAY - AUGUST 21 - 1:00 PM - 8:00 PM

  Any item not delivered during these times will not be judged, but we will be happy to display your items marked "For Display Only".

 

POST FAIR - PICK-UP OF ITEMS AFTER FAIR:

  • TUESDAY - SEPTEMBER 3RD -  12 NOON UNTIL 6:30 PM

  Unclaimed items must be picked up in the Fair office within 30 days.  ALL Items will be disposed of after 30 days.

 

DURING FAIR - PREMIUM MONEY:

  • ART HALL PREMIUM MONEY WILL BE AVAILABLE BEGINNING THURSDAY, AUGUST 30 AND MUST BE PICKED UP BY THE CLOSING OF THE FAIR ON MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 3 - NO EXCEPTIONS!

 

GENERAL DEPARTMENT RULES:

  • All entries confined to Stark County.
  • All entries in Dept. must be made by Saturday, August 10, 2019 at 5:00 pm to Senior Fair Office or via online entry.
  • All rules defined in this document apply to ALL DIVISIONS in the ART HALL.  Some Divisions will have additional rules pertaining to that Division.

  ENTRY REQUIREMENTS IN 2019 - All Entrants Must Purchase One of the Following to Exhibit in Art Hall:

  • Membership Ticket - $25 (Stark County Residents Only - Unlimited Entries)
  • Express Exhibitor - $18 (Stark County Residents Only - Allows Up to Five (5) Entries in Art Hall and Up to Five (5) Entries in Grange Building - Ten (10) Total - Pass Good for Three Fair Admissions - Used per your choice)
  • Junior Exhibitor - $5 (Stark County Residents - 17 & Under) - Entries Limited to Art Hall & Grange Building ONLY)
  • 4-H/Junior Fair Exhibitors - Any Youth Exhibitor that has a wristband is NOT required to pay an additional fee! 4-H/Junior Fair participants wishing to enter items in Open Class Art Hall or Grange Building are required to fill out an Open Class entry form listing their entries.  Fill in the name, age, address, township, city, zip code.  At the top of form, please write in your wristband number!  The Fair office will assign a Junior Exhibitor number for Open Class Art Hall or Grange Building.  Entry tickets will be by name when picked up. 
  • Prior to take-in days, entry tags will be available Thursday, August 15th after 12:00 Noon in the Fair office.  Please call to verify they are ready.  On take-in days entry tags will be in the Art Hall.
  • All entries must remain in place until specified pick-up date and time.  Tuesday, September 3rd
  • No entry will be released without entry Claim Check or Membership/Exhibitor Pass
  • All entries must be made in name of the owner, product of exhibitor's skill and handicraft since 2018 Fair, unless specified by Division rule.
  • No exhibitor may make more than one (1) entry per class.
  • Division Rules must be followed or entry will not be judged.  Decision of the Judges will be final.
  • One entry in class does not constitute First Place or Best of Show.
  • Judging is based on the merit and quality of the item entered for competition.  If a judge deems no entries (multiple) in a particular Class are not worthy of first placement or even second placement, that is the decision of the judge and is acceptable.  Judges are directed to note why their decision was as such.
  • For your benefit, we reserve the right to sub-divide ANY of the classes if too full.  All entries must be clean and in compliance with Division rules for display.  
  • The Fair will use reasonable care, but will, under NO circumstances, be responsible for any loss or breakage which occurs
ENTRIES WILL BE JUDGED ON:
       FRIDAY & SATURDAY, AUGUST 23rd & 24th   (Not open to the public)
 
 
                   BUILDING HOURS
   Tuesday - Sunday  10:00 AM - 10:00 PM
         Monday            10:00 AM -   7:00 PM   
 
 

Divisions

Quilting (Division 1)
  • Premiums - $12.00   $9.00   $7.00   (Class 1-19)
  • Premiums - $6.00   $4.00   $3.00   (Class 20-24)
  • All Quilts, Design, Coloring, and Quilting Considered
  • ROSETTE - Best Quilt (Classes 1-19) 
  • ROSETTE - Best Hand Embroidered Quilt (Class 14)
  • ROSETTE - Best Machine Embroidered Quilt (Class 15)
  • ROSETTE - Best Use of Color and Design (Class 1-19) 
  • ROSETTE - Best Novice Quilt (Class 18)
  • ROSETTE - Best Quilt Made by Group (Class 19)
ClassName
1
2
3
4
5

Of original design requires any or all of the following:

  • Fiber Art
  • Painted
  • Fused Embellishment
  • Thread Work
  • Photo
  • Collage Work
  • etc.
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13

18" x 18" Maximum Size

14
15
16
17
18
19

Name of Group & Location MUST be on back of Entry Tag

20

Quilters Own Design 

21
22
23
24
25
Afghans (Division 2)
  • Premiums:  $6.00   $4.00   $3.00
  • ROSETTE - Best Afghan
  • All afghans to be at least 40" x 48" except baby afghan
  • Threads tails should be cut off
  • Knots should be absent or inconspicuous
  • Printed design lines should be covered by stitches
  • Piece should be neat and tidy.
ClassName
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Operation Fostering Freedom (Division 3)

"Thank You" - Two simple words, heartfelt, deep in meaning, but universal in understanding.  Ask a Veteran what they mean and they will almost always tell you that it means someone remembers and understands their sacrifice.  The Stark County Fair would like to give each of our exhibitors the opportunity to say "Thank You".  Your entries in "Operation Fostering Freedom" will not only present a visually awe inspiring thank you during our Fair, but will go on to remind our veterans that we have not forgotten their love of family, home and America.

2019 INSTRUCTIONS: For the 2019 Fair we will be recognizing                    .  

 

 

Division Requirements:    

  1. Quilts & Afghans must be at least 40" x 60" (Lap robe) size but no larger than twin
  2. Items must be Red, White & Blue in color
  3. All exhibitors will be required to sign the waiver form (below) acknowledging their agreement that their item will be gifted to the organizations listed and that they are receiving no compensation for their donation.  Please remit the waiver to the Fair office along with your entry form.   
  • Premiums:  $12.00   $9.00   $7.00  (Classes 1- 8)
  • Premiums:  $6.00   $4.00   $3.00  (Classes 9-17)
  • ROSETTE: Best of Division Entry (Class 1-6)
  • ROSETTE: Best of Division (Classes 7-8)
  • All Quilts, Design, Coloring and Quilting Considered
  •  Classes 18 & 19 will receive special 4H participation ribbons

WAIVER FORM

I understand that by entering the "Operation Fostering Freedom" category in the Art & Crafts Department of the Stark County Fair, my entry will be donated to the charitable organization listed, after the Fair.  The staff of Arts & Crafts will see that entries are delivered to the organization; no compensation will be made to me for my gift, although premiums and placement ribbons will be awarded to the winners.

Name: ______________________________________________________________________________   Exhibitor #:  ________________________

 

ENTRY DEADLINE FOR ALL CLASSES IS AUGUST 10, 2019

 

 

 

ClassName
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
Hooking (Division 4)
Crocheted Work (Division 5)
  • Premiums: $5.00   $3.00   $2.00    (Classes 1-8)
  • ROSETTE: Best Crocheted Item
  • We reserve the right to subdivide classes if too full
 
 
Scale for Judging:
  • 50%  Overall Look of Piece
  • 30%  Precise Placement of Stitches & Smooth, Even Tension
  • 20%  Finishing

Also:

  • Thread tails should be cut off
  • Knots should be absent or inconspicuous
  • Printed design lines should be covered by stitches
  • Piece should be neat and tidy
  • Piece should be clean and pressed
  • If framed, is it stretched taut and centered?
  • Accessories, trims and pillow forms should be appropriate size

 

 

 

ClassName
1
2
3
4
5
6

secure all pieces together

7
8
Knitted Work (Division 6)
  • Premiums: $5.00   $3.00   $2.00   (Classes 1-6)
  • ROSETTE:  Best Knitted Work

 

Scale for Judging:
  • 50%  Overall Look of Piece
  • 30%  Precise Placement of Stitches & Smooth, Even Tension
  • 20%  Finishing

Also:

  • Thread tails should be cut off
  • Knots should be absent or inconspicuous
  • Printed design lines should be covered by stitches
  • Piece should be neat and tidy
  • Piece should be clean and pressed
  • If framed, is it stretched taut and centered?
  • Accessories, trims and pillow forms should be appropriate size

 

 

 

ClassName
1
2
3
4
5
6
Lace Work (Division 7)
  • Premiums: $4.00   $3.00   $2.00
  • ROSETTE: Best - Lace Work
Scale for Judging:
  • 50%  Overall Look of Piece
  • 30%  Precise Placement of Stitches & Smooth, Even Tension
  • 20%  Finishing

Also:

  • Thread tails should be cut off
  • Knots should be absent or inconspicuous
  • Printed design lines should be covered by stitches
  • Piece should be neat and tidy
  • Piece should be clean and pressed
  • If framed, is it stretched taut and centered?
  • Accessories, trims and pillow forms should be appropriate size

 

 

 

 

ClassName
1
2
3
Needlework (Division 8)
  • Premiums: $4.00   $3.00   $2.00
  • ROSETTE: Best Needlework

 

Scale for Judging:
  • 50%  Overall Look of Piece
  • 30%  Precise Placement of Stitches & Smooth, Even Tension
  • 20%  Finishing

Also:

  • Thread tails should be cut off
  • Knots should be absent or inconspicuous
  • Printed design lines should be covered by stitches
  • Piece should be neat and tidy
  • Piece should be clean and pressed
  • If framed, is it stretched taut and centered?
  • Accessories, trims and pillow forms should be appropriate size

 

 

 

ClassName
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Needlepoint (Division 9)
  • Premiums:  $5.00   $3.00   $2.00  (Class 1)
  • Premiums: $4.00   $3.00   $2.00  (Class 2)
  • ROSETTE: Best Needlepoint

 

Scale for Judging:
  • 50%  Overall Look of Piece
  • 30%  Precise Placement of Stitches & Smooth, Even Tension
  • 20%  Finishing

Also:

  • Thread tails should be cut off
  • Knots should be absent or inconspicuous
  • Printed design lines should be covered by stitches
  • Piece should be neat and tidy
  • Piece should be clean and pressed
  • If framed, is it stretched taut and centered?
  • Accessories, trims and pillow forms should be appropriate size

 

 

 

ClassName
1
2
Cross Stitch (Division 10)
  • Premiums: $5.00   $4.00   $3.00  (Classes 1-8)
  • ROSETTE: Best Cross Stitch
  • Size of picture refers to design size - excluding frame
  • Framed items must be equipped with sturdy wire suitable to hang
Scale for Judging:
  • 50%  Overall Look of Piece
  • 30%  Precise Placement of Stitches & Smoothe, Even Tension
  • 20%  Finishing

Also:

  • Thread tails should be cut off
  • Knots should be absent or inconspicuous
  • Printed design lines should be covered by stitches
  • Piece should be neat and tidy
  • Piece should be clean and pressed
  • If framed, is it stretched taut and centered?
  • Accessories, trims and pillow forms should be appropriate size

 

 

 

 

ClassName
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Pillows (Division 11)
  • Premiums:  $4.00   $3.00   $2.00    (Classes 1-8)
  • ROSETTE: Best Pillow
Scale for Judging:
  • 50%  Overall Look of Piece
  • 30%  Precise Placement of Stitches & Smooth, Even Tension
  • 20%  Finishing

Also:

  • Thread tails should be cut off
  • Knots should be absent or inconspicuous
  • Printed design lines should be covered by stitches
  • Piece should be neat and tidy
  • Piece should be clean and pressed
  • If framed, is it stretched taut and centered?
  • Accessories, trims and pillow forms should be appropriate size
ClassName
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Weaving (Division 12)
Woodworking/Carving (Division 13)
  • Premiums $6.00   $4.00   $3.00  (Classes 1-9 & 11)
  • Premiums:  $8.00   $5.00   $3.00   (Class 10)
  • ROSETTE: Best Woodworking 
ClassName
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

Live Edge Wood refers to original lines of the trunk along its edges, portraying the wood in its very naturalistic and raw state.  Live Edge Wood keeps the edge of the wood under the bark after it is cut.

11
Jewelry (Division 14)

Premiums:  $5.00   $3.00   $2.00  (Classes 1-5)

Jewelry Items - Your Choice - Earrings, Necklace, Bracelet, Ring, Broach or Pin.  Department will supply proper jewelry display boards.

Accessories have been dispersed among the appropriate divisions 5 and 6

ClassName
1
2
3
4
5
Hand Spun Yarn / Weaving (Division 15)
  • Premiums:  $4.00   $3.00   $2.00
  • Spun by the Exhibitor
  • ROSETTE: Best Yarn / Weaving
ClassName
1
2

Anything other than sheep wool

3
4
5
6
7
Home Arts, Crafts, Decorating (Division 16)
  • Premiums:  $4.50   $3.50   $2.50   $1.50  
ClassName
1

Burlap Art – Create a craft (your choice) using burlap (any color).  Perhaps a pillow, tote or table runner.  Be creative!  Entrant may use other materials for embellishment, but the basis must be burlap for the project. 

Projects judged on Originality, Workmanship, Technique and Presentation.

 

2

Burlap Art – Create a craft (your choice) using burlap (any color).  Perhaps a pillow, tote or table runner.  Be creative!  Entrant may use other materials for embellishment, but the basis must be burlap for the project. 

Projects judged on Originality, Workmanship, Technique and Presentation.

 

3

Decorated Wine Bottle Vase– After enjoying the fruits create a decorated wine bottle vase. Paint, glue and embellish. Bottle should have some type of plant, floral or ornamental stems to finish the look.

 

4
  • The Department will provide a faux fireplace mantle
  •   Mantle is 48" long
  • Entrant will decorate according to theme.  No electric provided, but entrant may use lights, candles or whatever to interpret the theme as if in the home.
  • Entrant will provide covering & decoration.
  • Entrant may also use a wreath above the mantle to create a full fireplace scene.  Door hanger must be used for hanging and wreath must be no more than five (5) pounds in weight.
  • Once placed - FINAL!
5

Using a winter hat create a door hanging using various greens, picks and embellishments. Hat preferably has some type of liner to help support vase and materials

 

 

6

Entry must include items that imply “spooky” along with plant and floral material.

 

7
  • Be it Bridge, Euchre or UNO everyone loves to play cards.  Your turn to host today’s event.  Create a fun setting for your friends. Perhaps table favors or scoring markers. Be creative and “may the best person win”.

    Exhibitor to furnish card table for display and include an appropriate menu for the two-place setting (NO chairs)

    Once placed, Final!!

  • Create a menu that ties your type of card game into the entrée description.

    Exhibitor will be responsible for taking display down after the Fair.

Judging Criteria:

  • General Appearance & Completeness.....35 points
  • Decorating & Originality............................35 points
  • Correct Placing of Setting.........................20 points
  • Menu (8 x 10)...........................................10 points    
"As Seen On Pinterest" (Division 17)

      Premiums:   $11.00   $9.00   $7.00

Pintrest Rules:

  • Entry must include a print page of the Pinterest Pin (Pinterest logo must be visible on the page)
  • Entry must include a typed set of step-by-step instructions that you took to create your craft.  Be sure to include any variations that may have been used.
  • Size restriction: craft must not exceed 36" in any direction.
  • Judges may break entries into separate classes if deemed necessary

Judging:

  1. Difficulty (was an intricate process used in the making of the craft)      - 30%
  2. Accuracy (does the craft reflect the idea of the Pinterest Post)             - 30%
  3. Eye Appeal (overall finished appearance, complementing colors, etc) - 40%
ClassName
1
Hobby Crafts & Specific Arts & Crafts (Division 18)
  • Premiums:  $4.00   $3.00   $2.00  (Class 1-7)
  • Premiums:  $5.00   $4.00   $2.00  (Class 8-13)
  • Premiums:  $4.00   $3.00   $2.00  (Class 14-37)
ClassName
1

Premiums:  $3.50    $2.50    $2.00    $1.50

All Hobbies & Collections shall be boxed, mounted securely or in containers for ease in displaying.  

Above limited to a board or tray 20" x 20"

 

2

Premiums:  $3.50    $2.50    $2.00    $1.50

All Hobbies & Collections shall be boxed, mounted securely or in containers for ease in displaying.  

Above limited to a board or tray 20" x 20"

 

3

Wrapped Packages No Larger Than Robe Size Box

4

Wrapped Packages No Larger Than Robe Size Box

 

5

Wrapped Packages No Larger Than Robe Size Box

 

6

Wrapped Packages No Larger Than Robe Size Box

 

7

Wrapped Packages No Larger Than Robe Size Box

 

8

Premiums:  $3.50    $2.50    $2.00    $1.50

BEAD ART - No Jewelry (NEW)

 

9

Premiums:  $3.50    $2.50    $2.00    $1.50

BEAD ART - No Jewelry (NEW)

 

10

Premiums:  $3.50    $2.50    $2.00    $1.50

BEAD ART - No Jewelry (NEW)

 

11

Premiums:  $3.50    $2.50    $2.00    $1.50

 

 

12

Premiums:  $3.50    $2.50    $2.00    $1.50

13

Premiums:  $3.50    $2.50    $2.00    $1.50

14

Premiums:  $3.50    $2.50    $2.00    $1.50

15

Premiums:  $3.50    $2.50    $2.00    $1.50

16

Premiums:  $3.50    $2.50    $2.00    $1.50

17

No larger than a gallon jar.

18

Scrapbook pages to be in protective sleeves!

19

Scrapbook pages to be in protective sleeves!

20

Card Size - 5 1/2" x4 1/4"

21

Card Size - 51/2"x41/4"

22

Card Size - 51/2"x41/4"

23

Larger than Classes 20-22

24

Larger than Classes 20-22

25

Premiums:  $3.50    $2.50    $2.00    $1.50

26

Premiums:  $3.50    $2.50    $2.00    $1.50

All Items to be 36" x 36" or Less

Class for Christmas Quilted Item - See Division 1

27

Premiums:  $3.50    $2.50    $2.00    $1.50

All Items to be 36" x 36" or Less

Class for Christmas Quilted Item - See Division 1

 

28

Premiums:  $3.50    $2.50    $2.00    $1.50

All Items to be 36" x 36" or Less

Class for Christmas Quilted Item - See Division 1

 

29

Premiums:  $3.50    $2.50    $2.00    $1.50

All Items to be 36" x 36" or Less

Class for Christmas Quilted Item - See Division 1

 

30

Premiums:  $3.50    $2.50    $2.00    $1.50

MAY EXCEED THE 36" x 36" requirement...

Class for Christmas Quilted Item - See Division 1

 

31

Premiums:  $3.50    $2.50    $2.00    $1.50

All Items to be 36" x 36" or Less

Class for Christmas Quilted Item - See Division 1

 

32

Premiums:  $3.50    $2.50    $2.00    $1.50

All Items to be 36" x 36" or Less

Class for Christmas Quilted Item - See Division 1

 

33

Premiums:  $3.50    $2.50    $2.00    $1.50

12" to 18" 

Class for Christmas Quilted Item - See Division 1

 

34

Premiums:  $3.50    $2.50    $2.00    $1.50

Under 12"

Class for Christmas Quilted Item - See Division 1

 

35

Premiums:  $3.50    $2.50    $2.00    $1.50

All Items to be 36" x 36" or Less

Class for Christmas Quilted Item - See Division 1

 

36

Premiums:  $3.50    $2.50    $2.00    $1.50

All Items to be 36" x 36" or Less

Class for Christmas Quilted Item - See Division 1

 

37

Any Art Hall Entry NOT covered by Divisions 1 - 18

Use of this Class will require Director Approval

Premiums:$4.00   $3.00   $2.00

ROSETTE:  Best of Show - Division 18

Rules

  1. Limited to one entry per class
  2. One entry per class does not constitute 1st place or best in show
  3. The Judge reserves the right to sub-divide any class that is too full
38

Premiums:$4.00   $3.00   $2.00

ROSETTE:  Best of Show - Division 18

Rules:

  1. Only open to persons with Intellectual and/or Developmental Disabilities being served in the Stark County Area
  2. Limited to one entry per class
  3. One entry per class does not constitute 1st place or best in show
  4. The Judge reserves the right to sub-divide any class that is too full

 

39

Premiums:$4.00   $3.00   $2.00

ROSETTE:  Best of Show - Division 18

Rules:

  1. Only open to persons with Intellectual and/or Developmental Disabilities being served in the Stark County Area
  2. Limited to one entry per class
  3. One entry per class does not constitute 1st place or best in show
  4. The Judge reserves the right to sub-divide any class that is too full

 

40

Premiums:$3.50   $2.50   $2.00   $1.50

ROSETTE:  Best of Show - Division 18

Rules:

  1. Only open to persons with Intellectural and/or Developmental Disabilities being served inthe Stark County Area
  2. Limited to one entry per class
  3. One entry per class does not constitute 1st place or best in show
  4. The Judge reserves the rigth to sub-divide any class that is too full

 

41
42

Premiums:$3.50   $2.50   $2.00   $1.50

ROSETTE:  Best of Show - Division 18

Rules:

  1. Only open to persons with Intellectural and/or Developmental Disabilities being served inthe Stark County Area
  2. Limited to one entry per class
  3. One entry per class does not constitute 1st place or best in show
  4. The Judge reserves the rigth to sub-divide any class that is too full

 

43

Premiums:$3.50   $2.50   $2.00   $1.50

ROSETTE:  Best of Show - Division 18

Rules:

  1. Only open to persons with Intellectural and/or Developmental Disabilities being served inthe Stark County Area
  2. Limited to one entry per class
  3. One entry per class does not constitute 1st place or best in show
  4. The Judge reserves the rigth to sub-divide any class that is too full

 

44

Premiums:$3.50   $2.50   $2.00   $1.50

ROSETTE:  Best of Show - Division 18

Rules:

  1. Only open to persons with Intellectural and/or Developmental Disabilities being served inthe Stark County Area
  2. Limited to one entry per class
  3. One entry per class does not constitute 1st place or best in show
  4. The Judge reserves the rigth to sub-divide any class that is too full

 

45

Premiums:$3.50   $2.50   $2.00   $1.50

ROSETTE:  Best of Show - Division 18

Rules:

  1. Only open to persons with Intellectural and/or Developmental Disabilities being served inthe Stark County Area
  2. Limited to one entry per class
  3. One entry per class does not constitute 1st place or best in show
  4. The Judge reserves the rigth to sub-divide any class that is too full

 

46

Premiums:$3.50   $2.50   $2.00   $1.50

ROSETTE:  Best of Show - Division 18

Rules:

  1. Only open to persons with Intellectural and/or Developmental Disabilities being served inthe Stark County Area
  2. Limited to one entry per class
  3. One entry per class does not constitute 1st place or best in show
  4. The Judge reserves the rigth to sub-divide any class that is too full

 

47

Premiums:$3.50   $2.50   $2.00   $1.50

ROSETTE:  Best of Show - Division 18

Rules:

  1. Only open to persons with Intellectural and/or Developmental Disabilities being served inthe Stark County Area
  2. Limited to one entry per class
  3. One entry per class does not constitute 1st place or best in show
  4. The Judge reserves the rigth to sub-divide any class that is too full

 

48

Creative Reuse process of transforming by-products, waste materials, useless and/or unwanted products into new materials or products of better quality or for better environmental value.

Premiums:$3.50   $2.50   $2.00   $1.50

ROSETTE:  Best of Show - Division 18

Rules:

  1. Only open to persons with Intellectural and/or Developmental Disabilities being served inthe Stark County Area
  2. Limited to one entry per class
  3. One entry per class does not constitute 1st place or best in show
  4. The Judge reserves the rigth to sub-divide any class that is too full

 

49

Creative re-use process of transforming by-products, waste materials, useless and/or unwanted products into new materials or products of better quality or for better environmental value.

Fine Arts (Division 19)

Premiums:  $6.00   $4.00   $3.00   (Classes 1-48)

Premiums:  $4.00   $3.00   $2.00  (Classes 49-52)

ROSETTE: Best Art  (Multiple to be Awarded)

MINI ROSETTE:  Best of Sub Classes (One Entry Does Not Guarantee Best of Division)

RULES:

PICTURES:  Articles must be equipped with sturdy wire suitable to hang on pegboard holders.  If picture has saw-tooth bracket, please add wire to hang on pegboard.

Paper pieces must be mounted on foam-board.

Special Division Rules are shown with that Division

NO DISPLAY OF BUSINESS CARDS FOR DIVISION 19 - FINE ARTS

 

 

ClassName
1
2

To encourage recycling - Materials must have been previously used - Built to stand alone.

3

This category is for oil or acrylic only. It must be a strict use of either medium, but NOT a combination of the two.

  1. "Land/Sea or Snow Scape": A view of nature from a distance as if looking through the lens of a camera.  (A scene in nature)
  2. "Portrait": Human or animal or combination of the two.  Predominately head, neck, torso of body in setting.  The portrait being the primary visual make-up of the piece.
  3. "Still Life": A combination of objects within a setting featuring the objects.  (With strong light to model)
  4. "Contemporary or Abstract":  Any painting done with oil or acrylic depicting subjective or non-objective visual.
  5. "Architectural/Industrial": Image must depict building, factories or any structure of a man-made architectural nature.
4

This category is for oil or acrylic only. It must be a strict use of either medium, but NOT a combination of the two.

  1. "Land/Sea or Snow Scape": A view of nature from a distance as if looking through the lens of a camera.  (A scene in nature)
  2. "Portrait": Human or animal or combination of the two.  Predominately head, neck, torso of body in setting.  The portrait being the primary visual make-up of the piece.
  3. "Still Life": A combination of objects within a setting featuring the objects.  (With strong light to model)
  4. "Contemporary or Abstract":  Any painting done with oil or acrylic depicting subjective or non-objective visual.
  5. "Architectural/Industrial": Image must depict building, factories or any structure of a man-made architectural nature.

 

5

This category is for oil or acrylic only. It must be a strict use of either medium, but NOT a combination of the two.

  1. "Land/Sea or Snow Scape": A view of nature from a distance as if looking through the lens of a camera.  (A scene in nature)
  2. "Portrait": Human or animal or combination of the two.  Predominately head, neck, torso of body in setting.  The portrait being the primary visual make-up of the piece.
  3. "Still Life": A combination of objects within a setting featuring the objects.  (With strong light to model)
  4. "Contemporary or Abstract":  Any painting done with oil or acrylic depicting subjective or non-objective visual.
  5. "Architectural/Industrial": Image must depict building, factories or any structure of a man-made architectural nature.

 

6

This category is for oil or acrylic only. It must be a strict use of either medium, but NOT a combination of the two.

  1. "Land/Sea or Snow Scape": A view of nature from a distance as if looking through the lens of a camera.  (A scene in nature)
  2. "Portrait": Human or animal or combination of the two.  Predominately head, neck, torso of body in setting.  The portrait being the primary visual make-up of the piece.
  3. "Still Life": A combination of objects within a setting featuring the objects.  (With strong light to model)
  4. "Contemporary or Abstract":  Any painting done with oil or acrylic depicting subjective or non-objective visual.
  5. "Architectural/Industrial": Image must depict building, factories or any structure of a man-made architectural nature.

 

7

This category is for oil or acrylic only. It must be a strict use of either medium, but NOT a combination of the two.

  1. "Land/Sea or Snow Scape": A view of nature from a distance as if looking through the lens of a camera.  (A scene in nature)
  2. "Portrait": Human or animal or combination of the two.  Predominately head, neck, torso of body in setting.  The portrait being the primary visual make-up of the piece.
  3. "Still Life": A combination of objects within a setting featuring the objects.  (With strong light to model)
  4. "Contemporary or Abstract":  Any painting done with oil or acrylic depicting subjective or non-objective visual.
  5. "Architectural/Industrial": Image must depict building, factories or any structure of a man-made architectural nature.

 

8

This category is for oil or acrylic only. It must be a strict use of either medium, but NOT a combination of the two.

  1. "Land/Sea or Snow Scape": A view of nature from a distance as if looking through the lens of a camera.  (A scene in nature)
  2. "Portrait": Human or animal or combination of the two.  Predominately head, neck, torso of body in setting.  The portrait being the primary visual make-up of the piece.
  3. "Still Life": A combination of objects within a setting featuring the objects.  (With strong light to model)
  4. "Contemporary or Abstract":  Any painting done with oil or acrylic depicting subjective or non-objective visual.
  5. "Architectural/Industrial": Image must depict building, factories or any structure of a man-made architectural nature.

 

9

This category is for oil or acrylic only. It must be a strict use of either medium, but NOT a combination of the two.

  1. "Land/Sea or Snow Scape": A view of nature from a distance as if looking through the lens of a camera.  (A scene in nature)
  2. "Portrait": Human or animal or combination of the two.  Predominately head, neck, torso of body in setting.  The portrait being the primary visual make-up of the piece.
  3. "Still Life": A combination of objects within a setting featuring the objects.  (With strong light to model)
  4. "Contemporary or Abstract":  Any painting done with oil or acrylic depicting subjective or non-objective visual.
  5. "Architectural/Industrial": Image must depict building, factories or any structure of a man-made architectural nature.

 

10

This category is for oil or acrylic only. It must be a strict use of either medium, but NOT a combination of the two.

  1. "Land/Sea or Snow Scape": A view of nature from a distance as if looking through the lens of a camera.  (A scene in nature)
  2. "Portrait": Human or animal or combination of the two.  Predominately head, neck, torso of body in setting.  The portrait being the primary visual make-up of the piece.
  3. "Still Life": A combination of objects within a setting featuring the objects.  (With strong light to model)
  4. "Contemporary or Abstract":  Any painting done with oil or acrylic depicting subjective or non-objective visual.
  5. "Architectural/Industrial": Image must depict building, factories or any structure of a man-made architectural nature.

 

11

All art work must be done with watercolor paints ONLY.

  1. "Land/Sea or Snow Scape": A view of nature from a distance as if looking through the lens of a camera.  (A scene in nature)
  2. "Portrait": Human or animal or combination of the two.  Predominately head, neck, torso of body in setting.  The portrait being the primary visual make-up of the piece.
  3. "Still Life": A combination of objects within a setting featuring the objects.  (With strong light to model)
  4. "Contemporary or Abstract":  Any painting done with oil or acrylic depicting subjective or non-objective visual.
  5. "Architectural/Industrial": Image must depict building, factories or any structure of a man-made architectural nature.

 

12

All art work must be done with watercolor paints ONLY.

  1. "Land/Sea or Snow Scape": A view of nature from a distance as if looking through the lens of a camera.  (A scene in nature)
  2. "Portrait": Human or animal or combination of the two.  Predominately head, neck, torso of body in setting.  The portrait being the primary visual make-up of the piece.
  3. "Still Life": A combination of objects within a setting featuring the objects.  (With strong light to model)
  4. "Contemporary or Abstract":  Any painting done with oil or acrylic depicting subjective or non-objective visual.
  5. "Architectural/Industrial": Image must depict building, factories or any structure of a man-made architectural nature.
13

All art work must be done with watercolor paints ONLY.

  1. "Land/Sea or Snow Scape": A view of nature from a distance as if looking through the lens of a camera.  (A scene in nature)
  2. "Portrait": Human or animal or combination of the two.  Predominately head, neck, torso of body in setting.  The portrait being the primary visual make-up of the piece.
  3. "Still Life": A combination of objects within a setting featuring the objects.  (With strong light to model)
  4. "Contemporary or Abstract":  Any painting done with oil or acrylic depicting subjective or non-objective visual.
  5. "Architectural/Industrial": Image must depict building, factories or any structure of a man-made architectural nature.

 

14

All art work must be done with watercolor paints ONLY.

  1. "Land/Sea or Snow Scape": A view of nature from a distance as if looking through the lens of a camera.  (A scene in nature)
  2. "Portrait": Human or animal or combination of the two.  Predominately head, neck, torso of body in setting.  The portrait being the primary visual make-up of the piece.
  3. "Still Life": A combination of objects within a setting featuring the objects.  (With strong light to model)
  4. "Contemporary or Abstract":  Any painting done with oil or acrylic depicting subjective or non-objective visual.
  5. "Architectural/Industrial": Image must depict building, factories or any structure of a man-made architectural nature.

 

15

All art work must be done with watercolor paints ONLY.

  1. "Land/Sea or Snow Scape": A view of nature from a distance as if looking through the lens of a camera.  (A scene in nature)
  2. "Portrait": Human or animal or combination of the two.  Predominately head, neck, torso of body in setting.  The portrait being the primary visual make-up of the piece.
  3. "Still Life": A combination of objects within a setting featuring the objects.  (With strong light to model)
  4. "Contemporary or Abstract":  Any painting done with oil or acrylic depicting subjective or non-objective visual.
  5. "Architectural/Industrial": Image must depict building, factories or any structure of a man-made architectural nature.

 

16

All art work must be done with watercolor paints ONLY.

  1. "Land/Sea or Snow Scape": A view of nature from a distance as if looking through the lens of a camera.  (A scene in nature)
  2. "Portrait": Human or animal or combination of the two.  Predominately head, neck, torso of body in setting.  The portrait being the primary visual make-up of the piece.
  3. "Still Life": A combination of objects within a setting featuring the objects.  (With strong light to model)
  4. "Contemporary or Abstract":  Any painting done with oil or acrylic depicting subjective or non-objective visual.
  5. "Architectural/Industrial": Image must depict building, factories or any structure of a man-made architectural nature.

 

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All art work must be done with watercolor paints ONLY.

  1. "Land/Sea or Snow Scape": A view of nature from a distance as if looking through the lens of a camera.  (A scene in nature)
  2. "Portrait": Human or animal or combination of the two.  Predominately head, neck, torso of body in setting.  The portrait being the primary visual make-up of the piece.
  3. "Still Life": A combination of objects within a setting featuring the objects.  (With strong light to model)
  4. "Contemporary or Abstract":  Any painting done with oil or acrylic depicting subjective or non-objective visual.
  5. "Architectural/Industrial": Image must depict building, factories or any structure of a man-made architectural nature.

 

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All art work must be done with watercolor paints ONLY.

  1. "Land/Sea or Snow Scape": A view of nature from a distance as if looking through the lens of a camera.  (A scene in nature)
  2. "Portrait": Human or animal or combination of the two.  Predominately head, neck, torso of body in setting.  The portrait being the primary visual make-up of the piece.
  3. "Still Life": A combination of objects within a setting featuring the objects.  (With strong light to model)
  4. "Contemporary or Abstract":  Any painting done with oil or acrylic depicting subjective or non-objective visual.
  5. "Architectural/Industrial": Image must depict building, factories or any structure of a man-made architectural nature.

 

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All images must be done in separate medium per class.  EXAMPLE: 100% graphite, pen & Ink only - NO COLORED PENCILS

  1. "Land/Sea or Snow Scape": A view of nature from a distance as if looking through the lens of a camera.  (A scene in nature)
  2. "Portrait": Human or animal or combination of the two.  Predominately head, neck, torso of body in setting.  The portrait being the primary visual make-up of the piece.
  3. "Still Life": A combination of objects within a setting featuring the objects.  (With strong light to model)
  4. "Contemporary or Abstract":  Any painting done with oil or acrylic depicting subjective or non-objective visual.
  5. "Architectural/Industrial": Image must depict building, factories or any structure of a man-made architectural nature.

 

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All images must be done in separate medium per class.  EXAMPLE: 100% graphite, pen & Ink only - NO COLORED PENCILS

  1. "Land/Sea or Snow Scape": A view of nature from a distance as if looking through the lens of a camera.  (A scene in nature)
  2. "Portrait": Human or animal or combination of the two.  Predominately head, neck, torso of body in setting.  The portrait being the primary visual make-up of the piece.
  3. "Still Life": A combination of objects within a setting featuring the objects.  (With strong light to model)
  4. "Contemporary or Abstract":  Any painting done with oil or acrylic depicting subjective or non-objective visual.
  5. "Architectural/Industrial": Image must depict building, factories or any structure of a man-made architectural nature.

 

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All images must be done in separate medium per class.  EXAMPLE: 100% graphite, pen & Ink only - NO COLORED PENCILS

  1. "Land/Sea or Snow Scape": A view of nature from a distance as if looking through the lens of a camera.  (A scene in nature)
  2. "Portrait": Human or animal or combination of the two.  Predominately head, neck, torso of body in setting.  The portrait being the primary visual make-up of the piece.
  3. "Still Life": A combination of objects within a setting featuring the objects.  (With strong light to model)
  4. "Contemporary or Abstract":  Any painting done with oil or acrylic depicting subjective or non-objective visual.
  5. "Architectural/Industrial": Image must depict building, factories or any structure of a man-made architectural nature.

 

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All images must be done in separate medium per class.  EXAMPLE: 100% graphite, pen & Ink only - NO COLORED PENCILS

  1. "Land/Sea or Snow Scape": A view of nature from a distance as if looking through the lens of a camera.  (A scene in nature)
  2. "Portrait": Human or animal or combination of the two.  Predominately head, neck, torso of body in setting.  The portrait being the primary visual make-up of the piece.
  3. "Still Life": A combination of objects within a setting featuring the objects.  (With strong light to model)
  4. "Contemporary or Abstract":  Any painting done with oil or acrylic depicting subjective or non-objective visual.
  5. "Architectural/Industrial": Image must depict building, factories or any structure of a man-made architectural nature.

 

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All images must be done in separate medium per class.  EXAMPLE: 100% graphite, pen & Ink only - NO COLORED PENCILS

  1. "Land/Sea or Snow Scape": A view of nature from a distance as if looking through the lens of a camera.  (A scene in nature)
  2. "Portrait": Human or animal or combination of the two.  Predominately head, neck, torso of body in setting.  The portrait being the primary visual make-up of the piece.
  3. "Still Life": A combination of objects within a setting featuring the objects.  (With strong light to model)
  4. "Contemporary or Abstract":  Any painting done with oil or acrylic depicting subjective or non-objective visual.
  5. "Architectural/Industrial": Image must depict building, factories or any structure of a man-made architectural nature.

 

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Three (3) sketches around one idea or subject - mounted or attached together.

 

All images must be done in separate medium per class.  EXAMPLE: 100% graphite, pen & Ink only - NO COLORED PENCILS

  1. "Land/Sea or Snow Scape": A view of nature from a distance as if looking through the lens of a camera.  (A scene in nature)
  2. "Portrait": Human or animal or combination of the two.  Predominately head, neck, torso of body in setting.  The portrait being the primary visual make-up of the piece.
  3. "Still Life": A combination of objects within a setting featuring the objects.  (With strong light to model)
  4. "Contemporary or Abstract":  Any painting done with oil or acrylic depicting subjective or non-objective visual.
  5. "Architectural/Industrial": Image must depict building, factories or any structure of a man-made architectural nature.

 

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All images must be done in separate medium per class.  EXAMPLE: 100% graphite, pen & Ink only - NO COLORED PENCILS

  1. "Land/Sea or Snow Scape": A view of nature from a distance as if looking through the lens of a camera.  (A scene in nature)
  2. "Portrait": Human or animal or combination of the two.  Predominately head, neck, torso of body in setting.  The portrait being the primary visual make-up of the piece.
  3. "Still Life": A combination of objects within a setting featuring the objects.  (With strong light to model)
  4. "Contemporary or Abstract":  Any painting done with oil or acrylic depicting subjective or non-objective visual.
  5. "Architectural/Industrial": Image must depict building, factories or any structure of a man-made architectural nature.

 

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All images must be done in separate medium per class.  EXAMPLE: 100% graphite, pen & Ink only - NO COLORED PENCILS

  1. "Land/Sea or Snow Scape": A view of nature from a distance as if looking through the lens of a camera.  (A scene in nature)
  2. "Portrait": Human or animal or combination of the two.  Predominately head, neck, torso of body in setting.  The portrait being the primary visual make-up of the piece.
  3. "Still Life": A combination of objects within a setting featuring the objects.  (With strong light to model)
  4. "Contemporary or Abstract":  Any painting done with oil or acrylic depicting subjective or non-objective visual.
  5. "Architectural/Industrial": Image must depict building, factories or any structure of a man-made architectural nature.

 

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All images must be done in separate medium per class.  EXAMPLE: 100% graphite, pen & Ink only - NO COLORED PENCILS

  1. "Land/Sea or Snow Scape": A view of nature from a distance as if looking through the lens of a camera.  (A scene in nature)
  2. "Portrait": Human or animal or combination of the two.  Predominately head, neck, torso of body in setting.  The portrait being the primary visual make-up of the piece.
  3. "Still Life": A combination of objects within a setting featuring the objects.  (With strong light to model)
  4. "Contemporary or Abstract":  Any painting done with oil or acrylic depicting subjective or non-objective visual.
  5. "Architectural/Industrial": Image must depict building, factories or any structure of a man-made architectural nature.

 

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  1. "Land/Sea or Snow Scape": A view of nature from a distance as if looking through the lens of a camera.  (A scene in nature)
  2. "Portrait": Human or animal or combination of the two.  Predominately head, neck, torso of body in setting.  The portrait being the primary visual make-up of the piece.
  3. "Still Life": A combination of objects within a setting featuring the objects.  (With strong light to model)
  4. "Contemporary or Abstract":  Any painting done with oil or acrylic depicting subjective or non-objective visual.
  5. "Architectural/Industrial": Image must depict building, factories or any structure of a man-made architectural nature.

 

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  1. "Land/Sea or Snow Scape": A view of nature from a distance as if looking through the lens of a camera.  (A scene in nature)
  2. "Portrait": Human or animal or combination of the two.  Predominately head, neck, torso of body in setting.  The portrait being the primary visual make-up of the piece.
  3. "Still Life": A combination of objects within a setting featuring the objects.  (With strong light to model)
  4. "Contemporary or Abstract":  Any painting done with oil or acrylic depicting subjective or non-objective visual.
  5. "Architectural/Industrial": Image must depict building, factories or any structure of a man-made architectural nature.

 

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  1. "Land/Sea or Snow Scape": A view of nature from a distance as if looking through the lens of a camera.  (A scene in nature)
  2. "Portrait": Human or animal or combination of the two.  Predominately head, neck, torso of body in setting.  The portrait being the primary visual make-up of the piece.
  3. "Still Life": A combination of objects within a setting featuring the objects.  (With strong light to model)
  4. "Contemporary or Abstract":  Any painting done with oil or acrylic depicting subjective or non-objective visual.
  5. "Architectural/Industrial": Image must depict building, factories or any structure of a man-made architectural nature.

 

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  1. "Land/Sea or Snow Scape": A view of nature from a distance as if looking through the lens of a camera.  (A scene in nature)
  2. "Portrait": Human or animal or combination of the two.  Predominately head, neck, torso of body in setting.  The portrait being the primary visual make-up of the piece.
  3. "Still Life": A combination of objects within a setting featuring the objects.  (With strong light to model)
  4. "Contemporary or Abstract":  Any painting done with oil or acrylic depicting subjective or non-objective visual.
  5. "Architectural/Industrial": Image must depict building, factories or any structure of a man-made architectural nature.

 

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  1. "Land/Sea or Snow Scape": A view of nature from a distance as if looking through the lens of a camera.  (A scene in nature)
  2. "Portrait": Human or animal or combination of the two.  Predominately head, neck, torso of body in setting.  The portrait being the primary visual make-up of the piece.
  3. "Still Life": A combination of objects within a setting featuring the objects.  (With strong light to model)
  4. "Contemporary or Abstract":  Any painting done with oil or acrylic depicting subjective or non-objective visual.
  5. "Architectural/Industrial": Image must depict building, factories or any structure of a man-made architectural nature.

 

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  1. "Land/Sea or Snow Scape": A view of nature from a distance as if looking through the lens of a camera.  (A scene in nature)
  2. "Portrait": Human or animal or combination of the two.  Predominately head, neck, torso of body in setting.  The portrait being the primary visual make-up of the piece.
  3. "Still Life": A combination of objects within a setting featuring the objects.  (With strong light to model)
  4. "Contemporary or Abstract":  Any painting done with oil or acrylic depicting subjective or non-objective visual.
  5. "Architectural/Industrial": Image must depict building, factories or any structure of a man-made architectural nature.

 

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  1. "Land/Sea or Snow Scape": A view of nature from a distance as if looking through the lens of a camera.  (A scene in nature)
  2. "Portrait": Human or animal or combination of the two.  Predominately head, neck, torso of body in setting.  The portrait being the primary visual make-up of the piece.
  3. "Still Life": A combination of objects within a setting featuring the objects.  (With strong light to model)
  4. "Contemporary or Abstract":  Any painting done with oil or acrylic depicting subjective or non-objective visual.
  5. "Architectural/Industrial": Image must depict building, factories or any structure of a man-made architectural nature.

 

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  1. "Land/Sea or Snow Scape": A view of nature from a distance as if looking through the lens of a camera.  (A scene in nature)
  2. "Portrait": Human or animal or combination of the two.  Predominately head, neck, torso of body in setting.  The portrait being the primary visual make-up of the piece.
  3. "Still Life": A combination of objects within a setting featuring the objects.  (With strong light to model)
  4. "Contemporary or Abstract":  Any painting done with oil or acrylic depicting subjective or non-objective visual.
  5. "Architectural/Industrial": Image must depict building, factories or any structure of a man-made architectural nature.

 

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All entries must be made on a computer using a graphics or art-based program.

It is OK if photos are used as part of the imagery, but this is NOT a photo collage.

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Images are two dimensional - made up of any media or materials.

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All entries must be made up of any material, including clay, stone, wood, etc.  All forms must be able to be viewed from every angle.  Recycled material welcome in this category.

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Zentangle is an easy to learn method of creating beautiful images from structured patterns.

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Papercutting or paper cutting is the art of paper designs.  The art has evolved uniquely all over the world to adapt to different cultural styles.  One traditional distinction most styles share in common is that the designs are cut from a single sheet of paper as opposed to multiple adjoining sheets as in collage.

As this is a new Class for 2018 we are hesitant to specify if entry must be suitable for hanging or flat surface.  We will accept entries either way, however, if entry is for flat surface entrant must supply a plate stand for displaying.  Please affix an address label to your stand.  If to be hung - Proper hanging wire must be attached.

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Picture to be colored MUST be from an ADULT coloring book.

Item to be mounted on foam board - Size restriction 8 1/2" x 14" maximum

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Picture to be colored MUST be from an ADULT coloring book.

Item to be mounted on foam board - Size restriction 8 1/2" x 14" maximum

 

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SPECIAL RULES TO FOLLOW - STAY TUNED!!!

 

Entry must be the byproduct of an organized "Paint & Sip" event.

Please write the location of event on back of entry tag.

Rules:  Its time to see if perhaps you should have painted more and sipped less.  Enter your best effort and let's have the judge decide.

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Entry must be the byproduct of an organized "Paint & Sip" event.

Please write the location of event on back of entry tag.

Rules:  Its time