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2023 JUNIOR FAIR

DIVISION OF HOMECRAFTS

 

 

 

ENTRY RULES:

1.  JUNIOR entries to be submitted at the Fair Office as follows:

-Please submit Photography and Arts and Crafts on Monday, or Tuesday, August 7 and 8, 12 noon to 7 pm.

-Please submit Flowers on Wednesday, August 9, 12 noon to no later than 5:30 pm as judging  starts Wednesday at 6:00 pm.

2. Late entries in all sections will not be accepted.

3.  Parents, please encourage only, allowing the children to do the work themselves.

4.  PLEASE DO NOT put the child’s address or phone number on the entry tags, but be sure to include them on the entry form.

5.  Please attach entry tags on Art, Craft, and Photography entries on the front, in the top right corner.

6.  Limit of 1 entry per child per section.  Entries MUST be new this year with the correct age as of August 1, 2023.

7.  Spectators will not be permitted at the judging.

8.  All entries must remain in the Homecrafts building, (the curling club) until Sunday,  August 13, 4:00 pm.

9.  ALL prizes MUST be picked up between 2-3:30 pm on Sunday, August 13, at the Homecrafts building (the curling club), or they will be forfeited.

 

CLASS 73

JUNIOR ART

 

 

5 Years of Age and Under

Prizes: 1st – $5.00, 2nd – $4.00

SEC # ITEM

  1. Create a picture with finger paint.
  2. Make a pretty picture on paper using stickers.
  3. Colour a picture of a cartoon character using crayons.
  4. Draw and decorate a picture of your favourite snack.

 

6 to 9 Years of Age

Prizes: 1st – $5.00, 2nd – $4.00

SEC # ITEM

  1. Paint a picture of a house with a roadway and cars.
  2. Draw and colour a picture of you at the fair.
  3. In your best printing, on a half sheet of paper, print “The Aylmer Fair 2023”

 

10 to 13 Years of Age:

Prizes: 1st – $5.00, 2nd $4.00

SEC # ITEM

  1. Design a crossword puzzle about fairs (min. 10 words, max 15 words)
  2. On thin cardboard, draw, cut out and decorate a party hat. (Max 10cm x 15cm)
  3. Draw a picture of what you think you would have looked like 175 years   ago.(example:clothing, shoes ,hairstyle)

 

14 to 17 Years of Age:

 Prizes: 1st – $5.00, 2nd $4.00

SEC # ITEM

  1. Make a collage with nature such as trees, park, butterflies ( collage – partially overlapping pictures in different shapes and sizes).
  2. Draw and colour a sunset or sunrise (put as much detail as you can).
  3. Design your own poem to pertain to something you enjoy doing.

 

 

 

 

 

OAAS 

(Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies)

YOUTH POSTER COMPETITION

“Original Handmade Design”

At the fair prize per section (grade/age group)

Section 1: Up to and including Grade 4

Section 2: Grade 5 up to and including Grade 8

Section 3: Grade 9 up to and including Grade 12

ENTRY RULES:

  1. “Promoting your Fair” – Name and date of fair must be clearly shown on poster.
  2.  Must be hand drawn
  3.  Poster size (not including border) min 8 ½ x 11 max 11” x 17”
  4. Each entry must be mounted on black art stock or Bristol board showing 2” outside border.
  5. Name of fair, district 13, contact person and owner of poster to be clearly labelled on the back of the entry.
  6. The winning poster will be eligible to enter the district competition. District winners are eligible to enter the provincial competition.
  7. Prizes include winning entry as the cover of the 2023 175th Anniversary Edition of the Fair Prize Book and

For more information, please contact the Aylmer Fair Board Office.

 

PLEASE NOTE:  Judging for the Poster contest was held in advance in order for th to be included in the printed version of this booklet. 

 

CLASS 74

JUNIOR CRAFTS

Prizes All Age Groups: 1st – $6.00, 2nd – $5.00

5 Years of age and under

SEC # ITEM

  1.             Create a colourful star from Q-tips or any other brand of cotton swabs.
  2.             Make a caterpillar or worm from a paper towel roll and other recycled items.
  3.             Create a colourful flower for pipe cleaners.
  4.             Make a farm animal puppet out of a paper bag.

 

6 to 9 Years of Age:

SEC # ITEM

  1.             Create a train from an egg carton and other recycled items.
  2.             Make a slice of your favourite dessert from play dough/modelling clay. Display           on paper plate.
  3. Create a decorative flower pot from recycled items.
  4. Make a STANDING farm animal from recycled items. Be Creative!

 

10 to 13 Years of Age:

SEC # ITEM

  1.   Make a hanging squirrel/bird feeder from recycled items. Max     size/height    15cm x    15cm x 30cm (to top of hanger)
  2. Using only recycled items, make a decorative placemat.( include 175th Anniversary on it) Max 15cm x 15cm x 30cm
  3. Create a stone art picture on cardboard with stones from the beach.

 

14 to 17 Years of Age:

SEC # ITEM

  1.            Make a large container look like a giant can of your favourite pop. Labels must be hand drawn and coloured on a 8 ½ x 11 sheet of paper and fit around your container.
  2.           Make a pair of candlestick holders from ONLY recycled items
  3.           Create an origami.

 

JUNIOR CRAFT SPECIALS

Section 1: Big Apple Orchard

5 Years of Age & Under

ITEM: APPLE

Prizes: 1st – $5.00, 2nd – $4.00

Paint or colour a foam ball to look like an apple

Max. ball size 16cm round

6-9 Years of Age

ITEM: ROCK GARDEN WITH APPLE TREE

Prizes – 1st – $5.00, 2nd – $4.00

Create an apple tree in a rock garden.

MUST be on firm base Max. 10cm x 10cm x 15cm.

10-13 Years of Age

ITEM: STANDING APPLE PERSON

Prizes – 1st – $5.00, 2nd – $4.00

Make apples from recycled items and turn the apples into a person.

Must be able to stand. Max. Height 15cm.

14-17 Years of Age

ITEM: APPLE ORCHARD

Prizes – 1st – $5.00, 2nd – $4.00

Create an apple orchard out of sticks and other recycled items. Must be on a supportive surface. Max. Size 15cm x 15cm x 20cm.

Section 2: Group Project

ITEM: PAPER QUILT

Sponsored by: Aylmer Fair Board

Prizes 1st – $20.00, 2nd – $15.00

This contest is open to a family group, church group, daycare group or class will make their own quilt out of construction paper, newspaper or any other paper type product.

 

CLASS 76

JUNIOR PHOTOGRAPHY

 

ENTRY RULES:

  1. All photos MUST have been taken by the child entering it.
  2. Entries MUST have been taken since the 2022 Aylmer Fair.
  3. ALL prints MUST be on 4 x 6” (10 cm x 15 cm) photo paper (any brand may be used).  Card paper is NOT acceptable and will be disqualified.
  4. All photos are to be mounted on card paper or Bristol board with a 1” (2.5cm) outside border.
  5. Each entrant is allowed ONLY ONE entry per section.
  6. Entry tags MUST be attached ON the photo to the top right corner as space is limited – judges WILL lift the tag if necessary to see that part of the picture.
  7. Improperly tagged photos will be disqualified before judging and NOT displayed.

 

PLEASE NOTE:

It is illegal to take identifying pictures (and display publicly) of people without their permission.

PLEASE DO NOT include people in your pictures.

 

Prizes for ALL age groups: 1st– $10.00, 2nd– $8.00

 

5 Years of Age & Under

SEC #    ITEM

  1.   A truck
  2.   A pet
  3.   A flower in bloom

 

6 – 9 Years of Age:

SEC#   ITEM

  1. Bubbles
  2. Wild birds
  3. Something red

 

10 – 13 Years of Age:

SEC #   ITEM

  1. The sky
  2. Weather other than a sunny day
  3. A Canadian flag
  4. Reflection in water

 

14 – 17 Years of Age:

SEC #    ITEM

  1. Still life ie. bowl of fruit, empty jars, rocks etc.
  2. Transportation (in motion)
  3. Textures
  4. A door

 

CLASS 31

JUNIOR FLOWERS

 

ENTRY RULES:

  1. No membership fee required.
  2. Entrant MUST be 17 years of age or under on August 1, 2023.
  3. Display flowers with their own foliage.
  4. No entry will be returned.

 

PLEASE NOTE: ALL ribbons, and/or prizes not picked up by 3:00pm on Wednesday August 14th, 2023 will be forfeited.

Prizes: 1st- $10.00, 2nd- $5.00

 

SEC# ITEM

  1. Container of Marigolds, 5 blooms maximum
  2. Container of Petunias, 5 blooms maximum
  3. Container of perennials, 5 stems maximum, same or mixed

 

SPECIAL 175TH ANNIVERSARY

Wildflowers Arrangement- imagine 175 years ago

Maximum 12 stems

In an old container or one made to look old

No height limitations

 

 

2023 SENIOR FAIR 

DIVISION OF HOMECRAFTS

 

Chairpersons:   Cheryl Johnson and Ruth-Anne Strickert

Class 30 – Flowers and Plants

Class 65 – Fibre Arts

Class 66 – Photography

Class 67 – Crafts

Class 68 – Baking

Class 69 – Canning and Preserves

 

GENERAL ENTRY RULES  AND  REGULATIONS:

  1.  Each exhibitor must pay, at the fair board office, an entry/membership fee of $12.00 in order to receive your entry tags.

2.  Both Junior and Senior entries to be submitted at the Fair Office as follows:

-Please submit Photography, Crafts, Canning and Preserves and Fibre Arts on Monday, or Tuesday, August 7 and 8, 12 noon to 7 pm.

-Please submit Baking, Flowers and plants on Wednesday, August 9, 12 noon to no later than 5:30 pm as judging starts at 6:00 pm.

2.  Late entries in all sections will not be accepted.

3.  All entries must be the work of a single entrant and not by a group (exception the Junior Fair poster competition.

4.  Judging will commence on Wednesday,  August 9 at 6:00 pm.

5.  Spectators will not be permitted at the judging

6.  All entries must remain in the Homecrafts building, (the curling club) until Sunday,  August 13, 4:00 pm.

7.  ALL prizes MUST be picked up between 2-3:30 pm on Sunday, August 13, at the Homecrafts building (the curling club), or they will be forfeited.

8.  OAAS is the Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies.

 

PLEASE NOTE: Aylmer Fair Board Office, 139 Pine St E, Aylmer, ON N5H 1N5, 519-773-3445 

 

Vendors may apply at Aylmer Fair Board Office- First Come First Served.

 

CLASS 65

FIBRE ARTS

 

ENTRY RULES:

 

  1. Entries must consist of new and up-to-date work made within the last two years with the exception of wearing apparel which must have been made within the last year.
  2. Soiled or unworthy articles will be disqualified.
  3. All quilts must be quilted by hand or with a domestic sewing machine by a single entrant and not a group.
  4. All entries must have a sample of materials attached (SMA) and the name of the design, if known.
  5. The Grand Prize winning quilt of categories 1 to 4 and the Grand Prize winning quilt/wall hanging of categories 9 to 12 are eligible for the District 13 Annual Meeting Competition in November.
  6. Winners of the District 13 Competition will be eligible for the Ontario Association of Agricultural Societies (OAAS) Ontario Competition held in Toronto in February.

For more information, contact the Aylmer Fair Board Office.

 

OAAS  COMPETITION 

QUILT/WALL HANGING

(Hand, Machine or Tied) 

  1.  To be eligible for the OAAS Quilt and Wall hanging Competition the quilt/wall hanging must be solely made and hand quilted or machine quilted by the exhibitor and exhibited and judged at a local OAAS fair.
  1.  Quilts are to be measured on the perimeter.  The total measurement will be a minimum of 324”.  The quilt can be square, rectangular, etc.  All four sides must be measured to determine the perimeter measurement.
  1.  The quilting must be through 3 layers (top, batting and back) and not mounted on a frame.  The quilt may have a sleeve attached to the back for the purpose of hanging the quilt.
  1.  The winning OAAS hand or machine quilt will not be eligible to compete in any future OAAS fair, district and/or provincial competitions.
  1. It is the exhibitor’s responsibility to give credit to the original designer of the quilt pattern based on copyright rules.

For more information,contact the Aylmer Fair Board Office.

Prizes for Sections 1-6: 1st-  $15.00, 2nd-  $13.00

Prizes for Sections 6 & 7: 1st -$10.00, 2nd-  $8.00

 

SEC  Hand Quilting ITEM#

  1.  pieced, traditional design or scrappy
  2.  pieced and hand appliqued
  3.  embroidered by hand
  4.  whole cloth quilt
  5.  tied quilt
  6.  wall hanging
  7.  crib or single bed size
  8.  table runner
  9.  toss cushion cover

Prizes for Sections 9-13: 1st- $15.00, 2nd- $13.00

Prizes for Sections 14-17: 1st- $10.00, 2nd- $8.00

 

SEC  Machine Quilting ITEM#

  1.  pieced, traditional design or scrappy
  2.  pieced and hand appliqued
  3.  embroidered
  4.  whole cloth quilt
  5.  wall hanging
  6. rag quilt
  7. crib or single bed size
  8. table runner
  9. toss cushion cover

Prizes for Sections 18 & 19: 1st- $15.00, 2nd- $13.00

Prizes for Sections 20 & 21: 1st- $10.00, 2nd- $8.00

 

SEC  Tied Quilting ITEM#

 

  1. pieced, traditional design or scrappy
  2. pieced and hand appliqued
  3. crib or single bed size
  4. table runner

 

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Prizes for all following Sections (22 – 32): 1st: $10.00, 2nd:$8.00

 

SEC  Afghans ITEM#

  1. Knitted
  2. Knitted granny
  3. Crocheted
  4. Crocheted granny

 

PLEASE NOTE: For the following section, ALL ITEMS will be donated to local charities.  Entries will not be returned.

 

SEC Handmade Items for Donation ITEM#

  1. Hat or toque
  2. Scarf
  3. Slippers
  4. Mittens
  5. Fidget blanket
  6. NICU hat
  7. Izzy doll

 

CLASS 30

FLOWERS AND PLANTS

 

ENTRY RULES:

  1. Open to ages 18+ as of August 1,  2023.
  2. No artificial flowers.
  3. Flowers must be grown by the exhibitor.
  4. Other foliage is allowed in vases and baskets, but not in single bloom classes.
  5. Entries must contain the exact number specified.
  6. All entries must stay for the duration of the Fair.
  7. The committee reserves the right to remove deteriorated exhibits but will keep containers for you.

 

Prizes for all sections: 1st- $10.00, 2nd- $8.00

 

SEC Cut Flowers ITEM #

  1. Snapdragon, any colour, 5 stems
  2. Petunias, dark colour, 3 stems
  3. Petunias, light colour, 3 stems
  4. Petunias, bi-colour, 3 stems
  5. Petunias, double, any colour, 3 stems
  6. Marigolds, double large over 7.5cm, 5 blooms
  7. Marigolds, double medium under 7.5cm, 5 blooms
  8. Marigolds, single, 5 blooms
  9. Lily, any colour, 1 stem
  10. Miniature sunflowers, 3
  11. Zinnias, cactus, 3 blooms
  12. Zinnias, dahlia, 3 blooms
  13. Zinnias, pom-pom, 5 blooms
  14. Cosmos container, 3 blooms
  15. Cone flowers, any colour, 3 blooms
  16. Rose, red, 1 bloom
  17. Rose, pink, 1 bloom
  18. Rose, white or near white, 1 bloom
  19. Rose, yellow, 1 bloom
  20. Rose, floribunda, 1 spray
  21. Rose, miniature, any colour, 3 blooms
  22. Gladiolus, light colour, 2 spikes
  23. Gladiolus, dark colour, 2 spikes
  24. Gladiolus, distinctive blotch, 1 spike
  25. Gladiolus, container, any colour, 5 spikes
  26. Dahlia, decorative over 6 inches,, 1 bloom
  27. Dahlia, decorative under 6 inches, 1 bloom
  28. Dahlia; cactus, pom-pom, or ball type, any colour, 3 blooms

 

SEC Potted Plants ITEM#

  1. Patio/Porch Pot Arrangement- 12” tall or larger, annuals only, unlimited number- judged on varying heights, textures, may be mono-chromatic or multi-chromatic

2.  Succulents Pot or Dish- 12” diameter or larger, including stones, may include figurines, 3 succulents minimum- judged on varying heights, shapes, textures, and your chosen theme

 

CLASS 66

SENIOR PHOTOGRAPHY

 

ENTRY RULES:

  1. Photographs must have been taken within the last year, by the person entering them.
  2. Amateur (unpublished) photographers only.
  3. ALL prints MUST be on 4 x 6” (10 cm x 15 cm) photo paper (any brand may be used).  Card paper is NOT acceptable and will be disqualified.
  4. All photos are to be mounted on card paper or Bristol board with a 1” (2.5cm) outside border.
  5. Each entrant is allowed ONLY ONE entry per section.
  6. 6.  Entry tags MUST be attached ON the photo to the top right corner as space is limited – judges WILL lift the tag if necessary to see that part of the picture.
  7. Improperly tagged photos will be disqualified before judging and NOT displayed.

 

PLEASE NOTE:

It is illegal to take identifying pictures (and display publicly) of people without their permission.

PLEASE DO NOT include people in your pictures.

 

Prizes for sections 1-16: 1st– $10.00, 2nd– $8.00

Prizes for SPECIAL SECTIONS 17 a and b- 1st- $25.00, 2nd- $10.00

 

SEC#    ITEM

  1. A photo to illustrate “Rule of Thirds”
  2. An oddly shaped tree
  3. Farming work, in the field with machinery ie. ploughing, planting, harvesting etc.
  4. A pond or lake
  5. A rainbow
  6. Wild duck(s)
  7. Other wild bird(s)
  8. An abandoned structure
  9. Insect(s)
  10. Still life ie.  bowl of fruit, jars, rocks etc.
  11. A squirrel(s) or chipmunk(s)
  12. Other wild animal(s) native to Canada
  13. The sky- day
  14. The sky- night
  15. A sunset
  16. Wild spring or summer flower(s)
  17. In the garden (flower or vegetables)

 

SPECIAL – for 175th Anniversary 

 

SEC# – ITEM: 

  1. a) Storm of December ‘22  in Southwestern Ontario- ie. Port Burwell, Port Bruce, Port Stanley (but not limited to this)
  2. b)              Northern Lights on Display March ‘23 in Southwestern Ontario

 

 

CLASS 67

SENIOR CRAFTS

 

 

ENTRY RULES:

1,  All crafts must have been made within the last two years.

2.  This class is limited to one entrant per section.

3.  All entries must be the work of the entrant.

 

 

Prizes for all sections, 1 – 10:  1st $10.00 – 2nd $8.00

 

SEC# ITEM

  1. Lawn decoration (examples: gnome, fairy, frog, tractor) max height 2’
  2. Craft made using tin/aluminium can maximum size 700ml
  3. Scrapbooking page 12” X 12” in the theme of what life was like 175 years ago
  4. Painted stone 10cm – 25cm round
  5. Beach glass art 5” X 7”
  6. Diamond painting art 8” X 10”
  7. Welded art wall hanging maximum size of 2ft X 2ft
  8. Traditional rug hooking any size of rug, table runner or pillow cover
  9. Latch hooking any size wall hanging
  10. Acrylic Pour painting any size

 

 

 DEMOS SATURDAY by Local Artisans

  1. Rug Hooking- 10:00 am -5:00 pm
  2. Wool Spinning- 10:00 am- 5:00 pm
  3. Weaving-  10:00 am – 5:00 pm

 

175TH ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL

SCARECROW

Must be functional (weather and animal proof, can be propped in a field/garden)

Any materials allowed- recycled, fabric, metal, plastics etc.

It can be of any gender category.

It must have a straw hat.

No age limits to enter..

Minimum height of scarecrow- 3’, Maximum 10’

Judging and Presentation of Prize by Aylmer Fair Board President- Randy Laur

Prizes: 1st- $15.00, 2nd- $10.00

 

CLASS 68

BAKING

 

ENTRY RULES FOR ALL BAKING:

  1.  All baking must be done from scratch – No mixes – unless otherwise stated.  Items are meant to be made at home and not by commercial methods.
  2.  ALL ENTRIES MUST BE COOL AT THE TIME OF ENTRY
  3. Bread MUST be on a 9 ½ X 5 ½ foil cardboard in an extra large resealable plastic zipper bag.

Prizes for all baking sections: 1st- $10.00, 2nd- $8.00

 

SEC:  Breads ITEM#

  1.  White bread size once baked will be a close as possible to 9” x  4”
  2.  Raisin bread size once baked will be as close as possible to 9”’ x 4”
  3.  Sourdough loaf – round or pan size
  4.  Gluten free one loaf baked will be as close to 5” x 4” (Flour source can be commercially ground)
  5.  Bread maker loaf – can be flour of choice – include the flour selected in you entry, must be attached to the plate for display

 

SEC:  Quick Breads/Loaves   ITEM#:
                                          1.  Zucchini Bread – 8 ½ x 4 ½ minimum size once baked
2.  Lemon Loaf
                                          3.  Banana – with or without nuts, can be iced
                                          4.  Gluten free pound cake/loaf

 

SEC:  Cakes   ITEM#

  1. Cake decorated by a child  –  judged for the decorating only.  Can be round, square, shaped, or rectangular.  Please no pillars.
  2. Cake decorated by a man
  3. Birthday cake decorated –  judged for the decorating only.  Can be round, square, shaped, or rectangular.  Please no pillars.
  4. Cake using vintage recipe– Recipe card must be submitted with entry

 

SECMuffins    ITEM#  

  1.  Raisin Bran (3)
  2. Banana (3) can include chocolate or nuts.
  3. Chocolate Chip (3)
  4. Blueberry (3)
  5.  Vintage muffin (3) Recipe card must be submitted with entry

PLEASE NOTE:
1.  MUST be on a paper or foam plate in a resealable plastic zipper bag. 
2.  Muffin liners are allowed but not required. Decorated plates are welcomed.

 

SECCookies    ITEM#

  1.      Oatmeal (3)
    2.  Shortbread – round or cut – not decorated (3)
    3.  Chocolate Chip (3)
    4.  Gluten free – Gingersnaps (3)

 

PLEASE NOTE:  MUST be on a paper or foam plate in a resealable plastic zipper bag.  Decorated plates are welcomed.

 

SEC: Squares     ITEM#

  1. Date (3)
  2. Brownies with nuts and iced (3)
  3. Chocolate Fudge 1” x 1” squares (6)
  4. Gluten free – seasonal fruit tart (3)
  5. Cinnamon Buns – attached (4)
  6. Nanaimo (3)

 

 PLEASE NOTE:
1.   MUST be on a paper or foam plate in a resealable plastic zipper bag.

  1.   MUST BE CUT in 3” x 3” squares unless otherwise stated. 
    3.  Paper liners for display are welcomed.

 

SEC:  Tarts     ITEM#

  1. Butter tarts- PLAIN (3)
  2. Butter tarts- FANCY -with added filling such as but not limited to, nuts, raisins, etc. (3)
  3. Seasonal fruit tart– with or without pie or crumble topping (3)
  4. Maple syrup tarts (3)
  5. Gluten free butter tarts (3)

PLEASE NOTE:
MUST be on a paper or foam plate in a resealable plastic zipper bag. 

 

SEC: Pies     ITEM#

  1. Apple – top crust required

 

Apple Pie Contest Sponsored by Guenther Trucking and The Big Apple Stand

2.  Cherry – top crust required

3.  Bumbleberry – can include crumb or pastry

4.  Strawberry/Rhubarb combined – can include crumb or pastry or open top

 

PLEASE NOTE:
1.   All pastry is to be homemade.  

  1. All pies are to be baked in a 9” foil pan and presented in a resealable plastic zipper bag.  
  2. Please see above for the layering of the crusts

 

CLASS 69
CANNING & PRESERVES

 

ENTRY RULES FOR ALL CANNING & PRESERVES:

  1. Lids and rings must not contain any rust.
  2. Use of new seals is recommended.
  3. Lids must be air tightly sealed at the point of entry.
  4. Jars sizes unless stated will be 250 ml.
  5. No jars with paraffin wax permitted.
  6. Use of fabric to decorate the jar’s lid is permitted.
  7. All entries must contain the labelling of the jar’s contents, such as “Strawberry Jam”
  8. Exhibitor’s tags must be attached to each jar, preferably with an elastic band.
  9. Any jar that is deemed to not be food safe will be disqualified from the judging.

PLEASE NOTE: ALL CANNING AND PRESERVES TO BE MEATLESS

 

SEC Sauces    ITEM#

  1. Tomato based pasta sauce
  2. Spicy ie. pasta sauce with hot peppers
  3. BBQ sauce
  4. Salsa- all vegetable

SEC  Jams ITEM#

  1. Strawberry
  2. Raspberry
  3. Rhubarb + another fruit
  4. Bumbleberry
  5. Marmalade- choice of fruit

SEC  Jelly ITEM#

  1. In-season fruit- ie. currants, or grapes
  2. With alcohol, such as wine or spirits
  3. Red Pepper

SEC   Canning  ITEM#

  1. Peaches- whole
  2. Apricots
  3. Applesauce
  4. Stewed tomatoes

SEC  Pickles and Relishes  ITEM#

  1. Dill, cucumber (can be in jar larger than 250 ml)
  2. Bread and Butter, cucumber
  3. Asparagus spears
  4. Hot Dog Relish
  5. Tomato Relish/Ketchup

THANK YOU FOR YOUR PARTICIPATION IN THE 

175TH AYLMER FAIR!