Presented by The Port Perry Agricultural Society
Illustration by Amanda Macedo
PORT PERRY
DENTAL CENTRE
NEW Patients’ Smiles Always Welcome
Dr. J. Cottrell • Dr. J. Hardy
Dr. C. Banfield • Dr. J. Isenb...
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Port Perry Agricultural Society
Exhibitors Book 2014
Officers & Directors.................................9
Chairpersons...
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It’s that time of year again. Preparations are well under
way for the annual fair. On behalf of the board of directors
o...
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To Our Community Sponsors!
Thank You
© Copyright 2014. All rights are reserved and articles may not be published without...
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Entertainment
Leah Daniels is a girl with purpose. In the
past year she has spent extensive time writ-
ing in Nashville,...
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A great pair is hard to beat.r is hard to beat.
on Charity Casino is a proud
oured supporter of the
al Federation of Gre...
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Farm Supplies • Hardware • Workwear • Lawn & Garden
Pet Supplies • Feed • Crop Services • Elevator
Grain Marketing • Pet...
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182 North Port Rd. Unit #4, Port Perry, ON L9L 1B2
Tel: 905-982-1578 • Toll Free: 1-866-204-0696
YOUR ONE STOP FOR TRUCK...
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We have all your
Building Supplies!
Lumber Division:
905-985-7391
Roof Truss Division:
905-985-9716
11 Vanedward Dr., Po...
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Present Officers, Directors & Assistants
OFFICERS 2014
Honorary Presidents 	 Erin O’Toole MP
	 John O’Toole MPP
	 Chuck ...
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PAST PRESIDENTS 1938-2011
1938-1941 Wm. F. Thompson*		
1942-1952 Fred Christie*
1953-1958 Armour McMillan*
1959-1961 Al...
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LIVESTOCK DIVISION
Heavy Horses: George Lee...............................................................................
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ENTRY FEE: A $5 Exhibitor Membership must accompany all entries for
adult classes. This membership entitles you to vote...
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OAAS District No.4 Fair Dates for 2014
Brooklin ..........................................................................
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Fiddle Contest
Monday, September 1, 2014
Chairperson: Paul Puckrin 905 985 0962
Assistants Cynthia Mackey & Karen Puckr...
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horse drawing competition
Monday, September 1, 2014 @ 2:30 pm
Chairperson: Joyce Kelly 905-986-2457	
Co-Chair: Jake Haa...
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Monday, September 1, 2014
Judging starts at 10:00 am
DRAFT AND COMMERCIAL LINE
CLASS 3
Limit two (2) entries per exhibi...
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heavy horse show continued
1B Unicorn Hitch
Prize Money: 1st $90 2nd $80 3rd $70 4th $60 5th $50
Sponsored by Randy Dow...
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Livestock division
RULES AND REGULATIONS
• An exhibitor number will be issued.
• All First Prize animals are eligible f...
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• Tires all brands sales
 service
• Wholesale Pricing
• Great selection of
used tires
• Truck rentals
• Moving  packing...
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4h beef show
Sunday, August 31, 2014 11am
Durham West 4-H Beef Leaders: Glen Kerry
Classes
Novice Showmanship	 9-11 yrs...
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market division
Sunday, August 31, 2014 11am
Chairperson: Zac Cohoon
	
RULES AND REGULATIONS
•	All exhibitors to read t...
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ontario county holstein show - Class 12
Monday, September 1, 2014
9:30 am - Junior Dairy show • 11 am - Ontario County ...
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produce division
RULES AND REGULATIONS
•	 Each exhibitor will receive an “Admit One” pass with their entry. Ticket to 	...
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Grains  seeds - Class 13 continued
FIELD CROP COMPETITION
Open to all Corn and Soybean producers in Scugog Township.
Pr...
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LARGE VEGETABLES ~ MUST BE EDIBLE ~
Taproots do not qualify. Tops removed to approximately 2.5 cm
44. Heaviest cabbage
...
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Judged on density, colour, flavour and clarity.
1. 2 250 ml glass bottles, light
2. 2 250 ml glass bottles, medium
3. 2...
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Port Perry Idol
Auditions: Saturday, August 30; 12-1pm
Finals: Saturday, August 30; 3pm
Ages: 12-25 Register early! Ema...
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ACCESSORIES: 
• Definition: Accessories are inorganic (were never living) objects used to enhance
an exhibit; the displ...
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ANNUALS continued
4. Coleus – any variety, 1 stem (remove any bloom)
5.Cosmos – any colour, 1 spray (HINT: spray is a T...
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BULBS, CORMS, RHIZOMES
34. Begonia – tuberous, floating in water, NO foliage (HINT: bloom should be
fully open)
35. Dah...
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52. Cut Foliage Collection – 7 stems, min 3 varieties, max height 18” (46 cm),
named
53. Dahlia – 5 stems, min 3 differ...
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flowers - Class 15 continued
CONTAINER GROWN (POTTED) PLANTS continued
67. SPECIAL AWARD: For any flowers/foliage, mini...
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kitchens designed with you
in mind...
180 Mary Street, Port Perry
905.985.9506
www.scugogkitchendesign.com
Scugog Kitch...
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culinary arts - Class 16
Chairperson: Isabel Lee 905-985-7929 
Assistants: Marian Geer 905-985-7988
Lois Dallas 905-985...
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culinary arts - Class 16 continued
Pineapple Cake
1 - 19 oz tin crushed pineapple - put in large bowl • Add 2 cups whit...
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Ryan Parish
Account Manager
Kawartha Lakes, Durham and
York Regions
705-324-3208
ryan.parish@td.com
As third generation...
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OPEN SPECIALS continued
37. Best Presentation of Carrot Cake
(section 36, above)Prize Money $50
Sponsored by Randy Dows...
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Friday Aug. 29
4 pm to 7 pm			 Exhibits to Homecraft/Junior Fair Buildings
Saturday Aug. 30
8:30 to 10 am			 Exhibits t...
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Sunday Aug. 31 continued
1 pm				 Harness Horse Racing / Pari-mutuel Betting
				 *** Subject to industry conditions
		...
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Michael Kors ~ Lululemon Athletica ~ Jones of New York
Gucci ~ Coach ~ Guess...
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Port PerryAuto SuPPly
At CARQUEST we provide unparalleled
customer service,innovation and
industry leadership.
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COUNTRY FAIR BAKING CONTEST Sections 42-45  
42. Robin Hood Flour: Red Velvet cake
1st prize $25 product certificate 2n...
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cANNING - Class 17 continued
PICKLES, RELISHES AND SAUCES
Pint (500 ml) canning jars 
19. Beet relish
20. Corn relish
2...
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• Place jars in canner, ensuring they are completely covered with water. Bring to a
boil and process for 10 minutes. Re...
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Thomas Walsh
(905) 985-0075
(905) 985-4816 fax 60 Vanedward Dr., Port Perry
• Windows
• Doors
• Awnings (Retractable)
•...
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NEEDLEWORK - Class 19
Re-roof • New Construction
Environmentally Friendly
- Fibreglass - Metal
FREE ESTIMATES FULLY INS...
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NEEDLEWORK - Class 19continued
Great Selection! Great Movies!
Can’t find that special movie...try us!
68 Water St., Por...
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• Entries must be solely made and machine quilted by the exhibitor, not a profes-
sional on a short arm machine, unless...
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NEEDLE WORK - Class 19 continued
34. SPECIAL: Crocheted table centerpiece, min. 12” 
Prize Money: 1st $10 2nd $6 3rd $4...
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SEWING
Articles must be made by the exhibitor.
All articles must be clean with fabric samples attached or article will ...
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photography - Class 20
Chairperson: Ann Julia Bajema 905-986-4895
Assistants: Marilyn Bonsma
Linda Arbuckle
RULES AND R...
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1. Rural scene with farm animals
2. Lane way to the farm
3. Bumper Crop
4. Scarecrow
5. Covered Bridge
6. Beach Comber
...
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Quality Parts
fair Pricing
Quality service
Referrals  satisfied customers are the core of my business!
HOURS: Monday to...
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28. SPECIAL: Favourite Thing(s) I Saw at the 2013 Port Perry Fair
Prize Money: 1st $12 2nd $8 3rd $5
Sponsored By: The ...
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crafts  hobbies - Class 21
Chairperson: Barbara Weese 905-985-3976
	
RULES AND REGULATIONS
• Open to exhibitors 18 year...
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22. SPECIAL: Scrapbooking – mini
album (4-5 pages) Theme ‘My/Our
Vacation’
Prize Money: 1st $15 2nd $10 3rd $5
Sponsore...
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  1. 1. Presented by The Port Perry Agricultural Society Illustration by Amanda Macedo
  2. 2. PORT PERRY DENTAL CENTRE NEW Patients’ Smiles Always Welcome Dr. J. Cottrell • Dr. J. Hardy Dr. C. Banfield • Dr. J. Isenberg Dr. E. King (Orthodontist) Dr. T. McIntyre (Periodontist) Dr. J. Cottrell Dr. J. Hardy Dr. J. Isenberg Dr. C. Banfield Dr. T. King (Orthodontist) Dr. T. McIntyre (Periodontist) 238 Queen Street, Downtown Port Perry Visit our website: www.iluvmydentist.com905-985-8451 Please Call 238 Queen Street • DOWNTOWN Port Perry 905-985-8451 • www.iluvmydentist.com Port Perry’s largest selection of locally sourced foods AAA Beef • Free Range Chicken Free Range Turkey Premium Ontario Pork www.tradingpostqualityfoods.com OPEN 362 DAYS A YEAR! Closed Dec. 25, 26 & Jan. 1 HOURS: Mon. - Wed. 9-7 Thurs. & Fri. 9-8 • Sat. & Sun. 9-6 Holidays 9-5 2 Miles North of Port Perry on Simcoe Street 905.982.0118 Come See What We’re Making this Week!
  3. 3. 1 Port Perry Agricultural Society Exhibitors Book 2014 Officers & Directors.................................9 Chairpersons of Committees.............11 General Rules and Regulations.........12 Fiddle Contest.........................................14 Horse Drawing Competition..............15 Heavy Horse Show................................15 Beef Cattle Show...................................18 Market Division......................................21 Ontario Holstein Show........................22 4H Dairy Clubs........................................22 Grains & Seeds.......................................23 Vegetables................................................24 Eggs & Honey..........................................25 Maple Syrup............................................26 Homecraft Division................................26 Flowers......................................................27 Culinary Arts............................................35 Schedule of Events................................40 Canning....................................................45 Golden Age..............................................48 Needlework.............................................49 Photography............................................54 Crafts & Hobbies....................................58 Junior Fair.................................................60 Entry Form................................................75 4H Educational Exhibits.......................79 Fair Map....................................................80 ADMISSION PRICES Adult (14 or over) per day Saturday & Monday & Sunday (9.30-4 only).................................$10 Adult (14 or over) for Sunday Concert.........................$20 Adult Weekend Pass.......................$30 (Includes ALL 3 Days PLUS the Sunday Concert!) Child - per day (5-13 yrs.)................$4 Weekend Child Pass.........................$7 Pre-Schoolers (4 & under)........... FREE Parking - per day ............................$3 Prices are subject to change without notice. PLEASE NOTE: Due to increased costs, we have increased our prices for the Concert. For those that wish to attend the Sunday Night Concert, admission will be $20 for Sunday. **$20 to come and go all Sunday 9.30-11 **$10 if attending Sunday until 4 ONLY (separate wristbands) **$20 should you wish to attend the con- cert Sunday night. & $AVE!Where: When: August 16th to August 30th at noon Cost: $ 25. each (Ticket for one day only - ride all day!) Get your advanced midway
  4. 4. 2 It’s that time of year again. Preparations are well under way for the annual fair. On behalf of the board of directors of the Port Perry Agricultural Society I’d like to welcome you to the 160th Port Perry Fair. Come join us this year as we have some popular returning events and a few changes. Saturday begins with the return of the Port Perry Idol competition. Other afternoon events are the Team K-9 show returning as well as the 4H Lawn Tractor Pulls. Capping off the evening is the ever popular Truck & Tractor Pull. Sunday you can take in the sights & sounds of the fair with family & friends enjoying everything from the exhibits & animals to the Demolition Derby and the Midway. This year’s concert will feature Kira Isabella with opening act and local country girl Leah Daniels from Uxbridge! Monday features the all new expanded Extreme Rodeo! We decided to enhance the Bull Riding so this year you can also enjoy bucking broncos & barrel racing! Thanks to all our volunteers & sponsors, as well as the community, we couldn’t do it without all of you! So come join us this Labour Day Weekend for a fun filled time! See you there! Barbie Bisschop, President Port Perry Agricultural Society President’s Message: On behalf of the Township of Scugog Council, it is my plea- sure to welcome you to the Annual Port Perry Agricultural Fair at the Port Perry Fairgrounds. Our community is fortunate to have some of the finest farmland in Durham Region as well as in Southern On- tario. Each year the Port Perry Agricultural Fair showcases and celebrates agriculture in Scugog. Enjoy all that the Port Perry Agricultural Fair has to offer both the traditional agriculture exhibits that provide a win- dow into a farmer’s life and an opportunity to participate in the many family fun activities planned at this year’s fair. I would also like to convey my best wishes to the organizers and all the volunteers for their hard work in planning and hosting such an outstanding annual “end of summer” event. Sincerely, Chuck Mercier Mayor Mayor’s Message:
  5. 5. 3 To Our Community Sponsors! Thank You © Copyright 2014. All rights are reserved and articles may not be published without the written permis- sion of the Publisher. While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy and completeness of this magazine, the Publisher assumes no liability for loss or damage due to errors or omissions. The Publisher cannot be held accountable for any claims or results thereof as advertised in this publication. 201 North Street, Port Perry, ON L9L 1B7 905.985.9755 The Port Perry Fair Booklet was published with compliments of: PLATINUM $5,000-10,000 Great Blue Heron Casino For The Extreme Rodeo www.gbhcasino.com GOLD $2,000-4,999 JD Truck & Accessories For The Tractor Pull www.jdtruckacc.com SILVER $1,000-$1,999 Bayer Crop Sciences For The Tractor Pull www.bayer.ca Reesor Seed & Grain For The Tractor Pull www.reesorseedandgrain.com Randy Dowson Water Haulage For Homecraft, 4H & Heavy Horses www.dowsonswaterhaulage.webstarts.com Bank Of Montreal Port Perry For Junior Fair www.bmo.ca Vos Independent Grocers For Concert BRONZE $200-999 Green Tractor Utica For Extreme Rodeo & Heavy Horses Hub International For Extreme Rodeo & Heavy Horses Crystal Clear Water Solutions For Beef Auction Langilles Scrap Metal For Beef Auction Port Perry Seeds For Extreme Rodeo Durham Kabota For Extreme Rodeo Landon’s Tree Service For Horse Drawing Competition True North Eavestrophing For Demolition Derby Gus Brown Pontiac Buick GMC For Heavy Horses Dr. Anthony Brown For Culinary Arts Carole Desloges For Homecraft Chuck Willes For Needlework & Quilts Tim Pelyk For Culinary Arts McMurtry Law For Heavy Horse Show It’s not too late to sponsor!! Please call 905-985-0962 or email secretaryppfair@ powergate.ca for our Sponsorship Benefits Package! DOWNLOAD THE PORT PERRY FAIR APP! Sponsored By www.webworldst.com Available on Android Play Market Coming Soon on Apple App Store
  6. 6. 4 Entertainment Leah Daniels is a girl with purpose. In the past year she has spent extensive time writ- ing in Nashville, released two music videos and was nominated for a 2013 CCMA Award for “Interactive Artist Of The Year”. This is all in preparation and support of her upcoming album release in 2014. Leah will be releasing the first single from her upcoming country album early in the new year. Produced by Gavin Brown (Bare- naked Ladies, Three Days Grace, Billy Talent) it is up-tempo, energetic and fresh. The last year has seen Leah write for her new CD. She found time to release a duet (Where Do I Go) with Ryan Laird, tour with Alan Jackson, again with Ryan, but her main focus was writing great songs and working towards the 2014 and her new music. Kira Isabella has a decade of experience under her belt performing her brand of up- tempo country music across Canada - an impressive feat since she is just 20 years old. The Ottawa native was rewarded in the fall of 2012 with a Canadian Country Music Award for Rising Star - a highlight for the young songstress, and solidified Kira’s arrival on the country music scene. If the accolades of awards weren’t enough, Kira was added as support for select dates on Carrie Under- wood’s Blown Away Tour in October of 2012 just in time for her debut album release Love Me Like That, on October 2, 2012. Then in 2013 things really took off when Kira was nominated for a JUNO Award in the Breakthrough Artist category, and just one year after her first CCMA nod, she won the 2013 CCMA for Female Artist of the Year. Kira Isabella with special guest Leah Daniels Sunday, Aug 31 @ 8 pm. Brought to you by: RV CENTRE
  7. 7. 5 A great pair is hard to beat.r is hard to beat. on Charity Casino is a proud oured supporter of the al Federation of Greater Toronto. .renniwaevaheW greatblueheroncasino.com Port Perry, ON ge or older. License #13. BAAGWATING COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION. 13-08-23 10:1 A great pair is hard to be Great Blue Heron Charity Casino is a proud and honoured supporter of the United Jewish Appeal Federation of Greater Tor waevaheW greatblueheroncas Port Perry, ON Must be 19 years of age or older. License #13. BAAGWATING COMM 6639_GBH_CharityAd_UJA.indd 1 Great Blue Heron Charity Casino is a proud and honoured supporter of the Port Perry Fair. We have a winner greatblueheroncasino.com Port Perry, ON A great pair is hard to beat. Great Blue Heron Charity Casino is a proud and honoured supporter of the United Jewish Appeal Federation of Greater Toronto. .renniwaevaheW greatblueheroncasino.com Port Perry, ON Must be 19 years of age or older. License #13. BAAGWATING COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION. 6639_GBH_CharityAd_UJA.indd 1 13 Must be 19 years of age or older. License #14. BAAGWATING COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION. Patrons with self-excluded or trespassed status as determined by Great Blue Heron Charity Casino (GBHCC) will not be eligible to participate in this or any GBHCC promotion and if detected at GBHCC will be removed and trespassed.
  8. 8. 6 Farm Supplies • Hardware • Workwear • Lawn & Garden Pet Supplies • Feed • Crop Services • Elevator Grain Marketing • Petroleum Hwy. 7 & 12, Sunderland 705-357-3491 Have fun at the Port Perry Fair! www.sunderlandco-op.on.ca Visit us at MARK BOB NEW HOLLAND SALES LIMITED www.bobmarknewholland.com Farm - Industrial Equipment Consumer Products 42 Centre St., Sunderland 705-357-3121 2197 Little Britain Rd., Lindsay 705-324-2221 551 Grand Rd., Campbellford 705-653-3700
  9. 9. 7 182 North Port Rd. Unit #4, Port Perry, ON L9L 1B2 Tel: 905-982-1578 • Toll Free: 1-866-204-0696 YOUR ONE STOP FOR TRUCK ACCESSORIES .. 182 North Port Rd. Unit #4, Port Perry Tel: 905-982-1578 email: jdtruckacc@bellent.ca • www.jdtruckacc.com PRIDETHAT SHOWS THROUGH FROM STARTTO FINISH We really appreciate Oppers quality of workmanship and the way you stand behind your work. We would not hesitate to recommend your company to our friends or anyone who needed your type of service. We feel that you are also very honest and reasonable in your prices for the quality of work you do. Ruth, Port Perry A. OPPERS LTD WindoWs & dooRs 193 North St., Port Perry • 905-985-4910 www.oppers.ca TRACTOR PULL Presented by Port Perry Agricultural Society SAT., Aug. 30th @7 pm. Sponsored By JD Truck, Bayer Crop Sciences & Reesor Seed & Grain
  10. 10. 8 We have all your Building Supplies! Lumber Division: 905-985-7391 Roof Truss Division: 905-985-9716 11 Vanedward Dr., Port Perry www.lakescugoglumber.com Have fun at the fair! 10 Vanedward Dr., Port Perry 905-985-8474 TF: 1-800-417-6780 www.gusbrownportperry.com We feature New 2013-2014 cars, Pre-owned vehicles for sale, financing, parts, service and more. Come in for our great prices, easy car loans, and local, small-town care in the Lake Scugog Region. 2014 SIERRA HD
  11. 11. 9 Present Officers, Directors & Assistants OFFICERS 2014 Honorary Presidents Erin O’Toole MP John O’Toole MPP Chuck Mercier, Mayor, Township of Scugog Past President Jake Haak President Barbie Bisschop 1st Vice President Margaret Taylor Sevier 2nd Vice President Ashley Kronister Homecraft Chair Barry Van Camp Secretary/Treasurer Lyndsay Phillips PO Box 401, Port Perry, ON L9L 1A4 • 905-985-0962 • www.portperryfair.com DIRECTORS 2014 Ann Julia Bajema Glen Kerry Colleen Green Erika Thimm Cathy Lindsay Landon Beacock Jeff Tripp Steve Backs Jerry Blackburn Jake Haak Paul Christie Paul Puckrin Whitney Cohoon Zac Cohoon John Hancock *(Councillor Rep) Joyce Kelly Keith Phoenix Frank Mackey Cynthia Mackey Cecil Lamrock David Dobromilsky ASSISTANTS TO DIRECTORS Betty Ann Pion Isabel Lee Bill Cohoon Earl Phoenix Norene Crosier Matt Phoenix Lois Dallas Karen Puckrin Pat Raines George Lee Marion Geer Pat Taylor Arnold Kerry Barbara Weese Linda Arbuckle HONORARY LIFE MEMBERS Neil Hunter Clare Vernon Janet Vernon ELEVATORS A complete line of seeds • Crop protection and application Grain marketing and storage www.reesorseedandgrain.com 1256 Scugog Line 6, Port Perry 905-640-1583 • 905-985-7007 reesorelevators@andrewswireless.net
  12. 12. 10 PAST PRESIDENTS 1938-2011 1938-1941 Wm. F. Thompson* 1942-1952 Fred Christie* 1953-1958 Armour McMillan* 1959-1961 Alex Johns* 1962-1963 Dr. D. C. Christie 1964-1967 Frank Honey* 1968-1969 Clarence Carter* 1970-1971 Clare Vernon 1972-1973 Neil Hunter 1974-1975 Donald Crosier 1976-1977 Ronald Deeth 1978-1979 Grant Parrott* 1980-1981 Joseph Baxter 1982-1983 Irwin Smith 1984-1985 Stewart Diceman 1986-1987 Jim Jamison 1987-1989 Rod McKay 1989-1991 Keith Phoenix 1991-1993 Bill Cohoon 1993-1995 Paul Christie 1995-1997 Frank Fielding 1997-1999 Whitney Cohoon 1999-2001 Paul Puckrin 2001-2003 Robert Smith 2003-2005 Bob Beach 2005-2007 Janet Goris 2007-2009 Frank Mackey 2009-2011 Cecil Lamrock 2012-2013 Jake Haak *Deceased PAST HOMECRAFT DIVISION PRESIDENTS 1971-2011 1971-1978 Ruby Christie* 1979 Jess Chambers 1980-1981 Norene Crosier 1982-1983 Margaret Ann Lamb 1984-1985 Betty Cincurak 1986- Marilyn Smith, Kathy Hewitt 1987-1988 Dorothy Catton 1989-1993 Penny Pettypiece 1994-1997 Linda Atkinson 1998-1999 Isabel Lee 2000-2001 Barbara Weese 2002-2003 Julie Lee 2004-2006 Barbie Bisschop 2007-2010 Marion Blackburn 2011-2013 Margaret Taylor-Sevier Farm Insurance Specialists Since 1917 Antiques, Classics, Rods & Customs 193 Queen St., Port Perry 905-985-7306 www.emmersoninsurance.com
  13. 13. 11 LIVESTOCK DIVISION Heavy Horses: George Lee..............................................................................905 985 7929 Horse Races: Jerry Blackburn.........................................................................905 985 0288 Horse Pull: Joyce Kelly.....................................................................................905 986 4257 Jake Haak.......................................................................................905 985 0368 Holstein: Keith Phoenix...................................................................................905 985 2629 Beef Cattle: Glen Kerry.....................................................................................905 852 6887 Commercial Beef Auction: Zac Cohoon.....................................................905 985 8044 HOMECRAFT DIVISION Grains and Seeds: Barry Van Camp.............................................................905 986 4927 Vegetables: Steven Backs................................................416 505 6542 / 905 985 0962 Flowers: Cecil Lamrock....................................................................................905 985 5462 Culinary Arts: Isabel Lee..................................................................................905 985 7929 Canning: Margaret Taylor-Sevier...................................................................905 852 5339 Needlework: Margaret Taylor-Sevier............................................................905 852 5339 Photography: Ann Julia Bajema....................................................................905 986 4895 Crafts and Hobbies: Barbara Weese............................................................ 905 985 3976 Golden Age: Barbara Weese.......................................................................... 905 985 3976 Junior Fair: Ashley Kronister...........................................................................905 728 5642 4-H Club: Barbara Weese................................................................................ 905 985 3976 BUILDING DIVISION Buildings and Property: Paul Christie..........................................................905 985 2885 Assistant Craft House: Barry Van Camp......................................................905 986 4927 Gates, Parking and Security: Frank Mackey...............................................905 655 5343 ENTERTAINMENT DIVISION Midway: Whitney Cohoon...............................................................................905 985 8044 Concessions: Whitney Cohoon......................................................................905 985 8044 Entertainment: Paul Puckrin..........................................................................905 985 0962 Fiddle Contest: Paul Puckrin..........................................................................905 985 0962 Demolition Derby: Barbie Bisschop..............................................................905 261 5416 Advertising: Jake Haak.................................................... 905 985 0368 / 905 985 0962 Agriculture Tent: Barry Van Camp.................................................................905 986 4927 Family Rodeo: Whitney Cohoon...................................................................905 985 8044 Bull Riding: Frank Mackey...............................................................................905 655 5343 Divisions and Committee Chairpersons
  14. 14. 12 ENTRY FEE: A $5 Exhibitor Membership must accompany all entries for adult classes. This membership entitles you to vote at the Annual Meeting Held on January 17, 2015. DEADLINE: Entry forms received by August 15, 2014 will have tags mailed. ToentryafterAugust15,2014pleasecontacttheSecretaryandspecialarrangements can be made to receive your tags. 1. In all sections, the competition is open to exhibitors from all parts of the world except where indicated in the prize list. 2. Any person who knowingly violates the regulations of the Port Perry Agricul- tural Society, or who seeks to obtain a premium by false pretences or by im- proper interference with the judges, shall forfeit any prize money that may be awarded. 3. The Directors will avail themselves of the power vested in them by Section 116 of the Agricultural Act, respecting gambling, etc.exhibiting without the per mission of the President and Secretary. Anyone breaking these rules will forfeit all claim upon the Society for premiums awarded. 4. The Agricultural Society will not be responsible for any exhibits not picked up at 6:30 pm on the Monday of Labour Day Weekend. 5. Exhibitors may send a list of their winnings to the Secretary immediately after the fair.(not compulsory.) 6. The Port Perry Agricultural Society reserves the right to interpret its own rules and regulations. Should any dispute or question arise not provided for in the rules and regulations, the decision of the Board of Directors shall be final. 7. Exhibitors must provide delivery for articles upon the show grounds and all expenses for transporting to and from the show grounds connected there with. 8. While the Directors will take every possible precaution under the circumstances to ensure the safety of the articles sent for exhibition, they wish it to be distinctly understood that the owners themselves must take the risk of exhibiting them. Should any article be accidentally lost, injured or stolen, the directors will give all the assistance in their power toward the recovery of the same but, will not make any payment for the value thereof. 9. The Directors reserve the right to pay the prize money on a percentage basis if, through lack of funds, they deem it necessary. This also applies to horse races. 10. No prize money will be paid on animals or articles of inferior merit, even though there may be no competition. NOTE: Stock and all articles must be entered in the name of the bona fide owner. Unless this rule is observed, no premium will be awarded and, if awarded, will be withheld. General Rules and Regulations www.portperryfair.com
  15. 15. 13 OAAS District No.4 Fair Dates for 2014 Brooklin ...........................................................................................................................June 5-8 Millbrook .................................................................................................................. June 12*-15 Lakefield .......................................................................................................................July 25-27 Peterborough .......................................................................................................... August 7-10 Wilberforce ...............................................................................................................August 8*-9 Fenelon ..................................................................................................................... August 8-10 Minden (Haliburton) ..........................................................................................August 15-16 Blackstock ............................................................................................................August 22*-23 Kinmount ...............................................................................................................August 29-31 Port Perry ....................................................................................................... August 30-Sept 1 Orono .................................................................................................................September 4*-7 Uxbridge-Scott .................................................................................................September 5*-7 Sunderland ...................................................................................................... September 9-10 Port Hope & District ..................................................................................September 12*-14 Beaverton ......................................................................................................September 12-14 Lindsay ............................................................................................................September 17-21 Bobcaygeon ................................................................................................September 25*-27 Norwood ..............................................................................................................October 11-13 District 4 Fall Meeting Fall District 4 Meeting Nov 1. In Minden, Ontario Sunday Night demolition DERBY @6p.m. Sponsored in part by Mark Willes Automotive & True North Eavestroughing crash! “Get Hooked on our Serv (905) 985-2243 H Flat Bed Service Light & Medium Towing Local & Long Distance www.briansto 151 Reach Industria Port Perry, ON Brian’s Towing GET HOOKED ON OUR SERVICE Flat Bed Service Light & Medium Towing Local & Long Distance 905.985.2243 24 HOURS 151 Reach Industrial Pk. Rd. Port Perry www.brianstowing.org
  16. 16. 14 Fiddle Contest Monday, September 1, 2014 Chairperson: Paul Puckrin 905 985 0962 Assistants Cynthia Mackey & Karen Puckrin (Entertainment Shelter) RULES AND REGULATIONS • Contestants are required to play three tunes or their choice in the following order: a waltz, a jig or clog and a reel. • Each contestant is allowed four minutes to complete these three tunes. • Each contestant shall have only one accompanist. The accompanist may chord the tune or play melody. • A tuned piano is provided. • An accompanist is provided for those contestants who do not wish to provide their own. • In the event of circumstances beyond the contestant’s control, for example, a broken string, the contestant is allowed to replay. • Judging is based on time, tone technique and overall accuracy. • The decisions of the judges are final. • Each contestant is eligible to enter one class. • There is no entry fee. • Contestants must pay admission to the Fair. 1.12 Years and Under PRIZE MONEY: 1st $50 • 2nd $40 • 3rd $30 • 4th $20 • All others $8 2. 13 to 18 Years PRIZE MONEY: 1st $65 • 2nd $50 • 3rd $50 • 4th $30 • All others $8 3. 19 to 59 Years PRIZE MONEY: 1st $75 • 2nd $60 • 3rd $50 • All others $8 4. 60 Years and Over PRIZE MONEY: 1st $75 • 2nd $60 • 3rd $50 • All others $8 5. Open PRIZE MONEY: 1st $100 • 2nd $75 • 3rd $65 • All others $8 6. Youngest Contestant PRIZE MONEY: $20 Sponsored by The Port Perry Agricultural Society 7. Oldest Contestant PRIZE MONEY: $20 Sponsored by The Port Perry Agricultural Society
  17. 17. 15 horse drawing competition Monday, September 1, 2014 @ 2:30 pm Chairperson: Joyce Kelly 905-986-2457 Co-Chair: Jake Haak 905-985-0368 RULES AND REGULATIONS Competitors will follow the Rules and Regulations as set down by the Central Canadian Horse Pulling Association. A copy of the rules is available in the office and with the Chairperson. The Committee reserves the right to make the neces- sary changes to the rules, where time is a factor. If changes are necessary, they will be announced. PLEASE NOTE: Gate/Vehicle passes will be issued, by mail, to all exhibitors reg- istered before August 15, 2014. After this date, exhibitors must pay at the gate and then speak with their Chairperson for a refund card, which can be brought to the Fair Office. Please see chart below. GATE PASSES One (1) to four (4) animals - Three (3) Admit One Passes and One (1) Vehicle Pass Five (5) to Ten (10) animals - Four (4) Admit One Passes and One (1) Vehicle Pass HEAVYDRAFT Class 1 1st..........................$225 2nd........................$175 3rd.........................$125 4th........................... $75 5th........................... $50 lightDRAFT Class 2 1st..........................$225 2nd........................$175 3rd.........................$125 4th........................... $75 5th........................... $50 The Horse Pull is sponsored in part by Landon’s Tree Service heavy horse show RULES AND REGULATIONS All exhibitors are to read the ‘General Rules’ (see Index) In all Ladies, Junior, Unicorn and Four Hitch Classes, the driver must be accompanied by a second capable driver. In all Ladies Classes, drivers must be 18 years of age or older as of January 1 of the current year. Drivers competing in the Junior Class must be 10 years of age or older and have not reached their 18th birthday as of January 1 of the current year. Junior Showmanship is open to youth 8 years of age or older who have not reached their 18th birthday as of January 1 of the current year. Prize Money will be paid at the end of the show. All exhibitors must have Liability Insurance. Entries submitted by August 15, 2014 will have gate passes sent to them. The $5 exhibi- tor/membership must accompany all entries for adult classes. Exhibitors entering the day of the competition must do so at the office by 8:30 am. After this date, exhibitors must pay at the gate and then speak with the Chairperson for a refund card, which can be brought to the Fair office. Please see chart. GATE PASSES One (1) to four (4) animals - Three (3) Admit One Passes and One (1) Vehicle Pass Five (5) to Ten (10) animals - Four (4) Admit One Passes and One (1) Vehicle Pass
  18. 18. 16 Monday, September 1, 2014 Judging starts at 10:00 am DRAFT AND COMMERCIAL LINE CLASS 3 Limit two (2) entries per exhibitor. Sections one (1) through eight (8) will be classes with Belgians, Clydesdales, Shires and Percherons, showing together Prize Money: Sections 1 - 9 1st $35 2nd $30 3rd $25 4th $20 5th $15 1. Filly or Colt foaled in 2014 2. Filly foaled in 2013 3. Filly foaled in 2012 4. Filly three (3) years old 5. Brood mare in foal or has raised a foal during the current year. 6. Yeld Mare - four (4) years and over. 7. Gelding - any age 8. Progeny of Dam - Sponsored by Leslie Ann Dusty 9. Commercial Mare or Gelding 10. SPECIAL: Best Horse on the Grounds Prize Money: $50 Sponsored By Randy Dowson’s Water Haulage 11. SPECIAL: Junior Showmanship Prize Money: 1st $10 2nd $10 3rd $10 4th $10 5th $10 All others $5 Sponsored by John Leask heavy horse show continued Committee George Lee 905 985 7929 John Leask 705 432 8686 Isabel Lee, Clare Vernon DRAFT AND COMMERCIAL HITCH Class 4 - Section 1 Four Horse Hitch and Unicorn If three (3) or more hitches of each; Draft and Commercial will be shown sepa- rately. 1A Four Horse Hitch Prize Money: 1st $125 2nd $100 3rd $75 4th $50 5th $50 Sponsored by: Gus Brown Buick, GMC Ltd. – Port Perry Hub International Equipment Ltd. - Port Perry Lindsay Green Tractors Inc. - Port Perry
  19. 19. 17 heavy horse show continued 1B Unicorn Hitch Prize Money: 1st $90 2nd $80 3rd $70 4th $60 5th $50 Sponsored by Randy Dowson’s Water Haulage Section 2-5 Prize Money: 1st $70 2nd $65 3rd $60 4th $55 5th $50 2. Clydesdale A Team Light B Team Heavy 3. Percheron A Team Light B Team Heavy 4. Belgian A Team Light B Team Heavy 5. Commercial Horses A Team Light B Team Heavy Sections 6 – 9 PRIZE MONEY: 1st $55 2nd $45 3rd $40 4th $35 5th $30 6. Clydesdale A Single Light B Single Heavy 7. Percheron A Single Light B Single Heavy 8. Belgian A Single Light B Single Heavy 9. Commercial Horses A Single Light B Single Heavy Section 10- Junior Driver Team Prize Money: 1st $25 2nd $20 3rd and All others $15 Sponsored by Randy Dowson’s Water Haulage Section 11- Lady Driver Team Prize Money: 1st $35 2nd $30 3rd $20 All others $15 Timms Garage Complete Body Repairs • Refinishing Mechanical Repairs Used Car sales Saintfield 905-985-7515 Have fun at the fair! Sponsored in part by McMurtry Law
  20. 20. 18 Livestock division RULES AND REGULATIONS • An exhibitor number will be issued. • All First Prize animals are eligible for championship without any entry. • Exhibitors are responsible for reading the Rules and Regulations pertaining to the class they are entering and the Rules in the front portion of this Prize Book (see Index) • NOTE: A fair may authorize two (2) exhibits per class in a maximum of three (3) classes. Note the exceptions in the Breeder’s Herd (excluding Breeder’s Herd and Get of Sire). beef cattle show - Class 8, 9, 10 Sunday, August 31, 2014 (12 pm) Chairperson: Glen Kerry 905-852-6887 Prize Money: 1st $40 2nd $35 3rd $25 4th $20 5th $15 6th-10th $10 (Prize money will be paid at end of show. No 10% hold back.)   PLEASE NOTE: Gate/Vehicle passes will be issued, by mail, to all exhibitors reg- istered before August 15, 2014. After this date, exhibitors must pay at the gate and then speak with their Chairperson for a refund card, which can be brought to the Fair Office. Please see chart below.   GATE PASSES One (1) to four (4) animals - Three (3) Admit One Passes and One (1) Vehicle Pass Five (5) to Ten (10) animals - Four (4) Admit One Passes and One (1) Vehicle Pass Class 8 : Hereford registered Class 9: Aberdeen Angus Class 10: Any Other Breed   Champion from each section shall receive $50. Reserve Champion from each section shall receive $25 2” Orthopedic Pillow Top Mattress Queen Size FOR ONLY $375. 905-985-7420 • 1874 Scugog St. (Hwy7A at Water St.) Fires Our Friend Overridge Fireplaces 905-985-0715 www.firesalive.com 170 CASIMIR ST., PORT PERRY
  21. 21. 19 • Tires all brands sales service • Wholesale Pricing • Great selection of used tires • Truck rentals • Moving packing supplies 178 Reach Industrial Park Rd., PoRT PeRRy 905-985-8054 905-985-9057 Sections: 1.     Bull Calf - born on or after January 1, 2014. Minimum six months of age on day of judging. 2.     Bull - born on April 1 – December 31, 2013. 3.     Bull - born January 1 to March 31, 2013 4.     Female Calf –on or after January 1, 2014. Minimum of six months of age. 5.     Female - born April 1 – December 31, 2013 6.     Female – born January 1 – March 31, 2013 7.      Female - born in 2012, shown with her own natural purebred, tattooed calf at foot. 8. Female – born after January 1, 2012, shown with her own natural pure bred, tattooed calf at foot. 9.      Herd consisting of four (4) animals, bred by exhibitor, both sexes repre sented. Must be exhibited in previous classes. At least one animal must be owned by the exhibitor. 10.   Get of Sire - a group of three (3) animals from the same sire, both sexes represented, at least one animal owned by the exhibitor. Animals must be shown in other classes. Limited to one exhibit per exhibitor. 11. SPECIAL: Pre-4-H Junior Showmanship – Ross Bailey Memorial Award Exhibitor 9 years of age or under. Must have turned 9 years of age after January 1, 2014 Prize Money: $5 for each exhibitor Sponsored By: Twin Erin Farms Champion Showperson – Trophy and Keeper plaque Red Ribbon Family Restaurant All Day Breakfast Award Winning Breakfast for the past 16 years! Open 7 days a week - 6 a.m. tO 3 p.m. 22 Water St., Port Perry • 905.985.1210
  22. 22. 20 4h beef show Sunday, August 31, 2014 11am Durham West 4-H Beef Leaders: Glen Kerry Classes Novice Showmanship 9-11 yrs. Junior Showmanship 12-13 yrs Intermediate Showmanship 14-17 yrs Senior Showmanship 18-21 yrs *Champion Showperson Junior Heifer – All breeds Intermediate Heifer – All breeds Senior Heifer – All breeds Steer Class *Champion Heifer *Reserve Heifer SPECIAL AWARDS Bob Taylor Memorial Award Trophy and Plaque for Grand Champion Show Person Sponsored by Steve, Robert Pat Taylor Randy Dowson Water Haulage Award $80 to Champion Show Person $40 to Reserve Champion Show Person Sponsored By Randy Dowson Water Haulage Champion Heifer $50 to Champion Heifer Sponsored by Carol Bailey $30 to Reserve Heifer Sponsored by Carol Bailey $10 for each exhibitor Sponsored by Steve, Robert Pat Taylor **Port Perry Agricultural Society will supply rosette ribbons to the Champion and Reserve Champion Showpersons and Champion and Reserve Champion Heifers and Steer and a cash prize to each exhibitor. ROSS DOBLE INC. #100 HWY. 7 12, SUNDERLAND 705.357.3123 www.rossdobleinc.com Kubota Canada Ltd. and its dealer network have worked hard to establish both dealer and Kubota Canada Ltd. branding on dealer signage, AdMaker™ and corporate advertising. The logos below can be used by authorized Kubota Dealers in Canada for all forms of promotion including electronic formats. These logos can be reproduced at any size as long as ratios are consistent. Nothing else can invade these logos. The logos shown below can be found on Dealerlink. 1 Dealer use of the Kubota Product Logo PMS 1585 + Black PMS 1585 + Black Black Black Annual General Meeting: Saturday, January 17, 2015 Location and format to be announced. New Members welcome!
  23. 23. 21 market division Sunday, August 31, 2014 11am Chairperson: Zac Cohoon RULES AND REGULATIONS • All exhibitors to read the ‘Livestock’ Rules and Regulations as well as the ‘General’ Rules and Regulations (see Index) • Entry fee - $10 per exhibitor, plus $5 Membership fee. $15 total fee. • All exhibitors must be registered 1 WEEK in advance of the show to be ALLOWED IN. 1gate pass and 1 vehicle pass supplied. After this date, exhibi- tors must pay at the gate and then speak with their Chairperson for a refund card, which can be brought to the Fair office. • NEW: Only the top 5 animals will be sold. All others must be removed after the sale. • All animals to be properly finished for slaughter. • Open to any breed of Beef Breed Purebred, Grade or Crossbred. • All Steers will be weighed upon arrival and auctioned with a three per cent (3%) shrink (scale will be provided). • Cattle must be on the grounds by 11 am. • One entry allowed per farm enterprise. • Cattle MUST be removed the night of the sale. • Animals do not need to be halter broken. HORNS WILL NOT BE ALLOWED. • Buyers must make cheques payable to the Port Perry Agricultural Society, the day of the sale. • Holding pens and unloading chute will be provided. • Cattle must be owned by the exhibi- tor for at least 90 days. Exhibitor may be asked to sign affidavit to this ef- fect. • There will be no refunds of entry fee. • Prize money will be paid at the end of the show. Cheques for the sale of the animal will be sent one (1) week after the fair. • One per cent (1%) of the selling price will be retained by the Port Perry Agri- cultural Society. This will be used towards the promotion of this event. • Maximum weight: 1,350 pounds. Any cattle over 1,350 pounds will not be sold. Prize Money: 1st $300 2nd $200 3rd $100 Sponsored By: Langilles Scrap Metal ($500) Scott Swain ($100) Supplier of farm feed for equine, beef, pets and other livestock 23800 HWY. 12 Sunderland 705-357-2211
  24. 24. 22 ontario county holstein show - Class 12 Monday, September 1, 2014 9:30 am - Junior Dairy show • 11 am - Ontario County Holstein Show Chairperson: Julie Anderson 613-307-0173 RULES AND REGULATIONS • Entries are to be forwarded to the Secretary of the Ontario Holstein Club so that a catalogue of entries may be compiled. • Send a $5 Port Perry Fair Entry Fee along with your entries. 4h dairy clubs - Class 12 Classes Novice Showmanship Junior Showmanship Intermediate Showmanship Senior Showmanship Champion Showmanship Junior Calf – Holstein Intermediate Calf – Holstein Senior Calf – Holstein Junior Yearling – Holstein Summer Yearling – Holstein All other Dairy Breeds Champion Calf Special Awards to all Dairy Members RANDY DOWSON’S WATER HAULAGE $80 to the Champion Showman, $40 to the Reserve Champion Showman in each club. PORT PERRY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY Supply rosette ribbons to the Champion and Reserve Champion Showpersons; Champion and Reserve Champion Heifers. Also a cash award to each member completing their club at the Port Perry Fair. DURHAM REGION MILK COMMITTEE Present an award to each first year member at Awards Night. ONTARIO COUNTY HOLSTEIN CLUB A cash award to each member completing their project with a Holstein Calf. PORT PERRY 4-H DAIRY CLUB Club Leaders: Carl Phoenix, Robert Smith SPECIAL AWARDS Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce, Port Perry To the Champion Showperson High Point Farms Annual award to the member showing the Champion calf Port Perry Veterinary Services A cash award to the four members with the highest scores in their year’s work
  25. 25. 23 produce division RULES AND REGULATIONS • Each exhibitor will receive an “Admit One” pass with their entry. Ticket to be surrendered at the gate upon admission to the grounds. A card with your exhibitor number will be issued. • All exhibits are to be tagged and properly packaged for exhibit. • Exhibits are to be delivered to the west door of the Junior Fair building on Friday August 29th between 4:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. and Saturday August 30th between 8:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m. The doors will then be closed for judging. • Exhibits of grain and seed must be presented in 1 quart / 1 litre Mason jars. • Hay is to be presented in a CLEAR plastic bag. • All vegetables will be exhibited on black plastic plates supplied by the agri- cultural society. The plates will remain in the hall at the conclusion of the fair for future use. Grains seeds - Class 13 Prize Money: 1st $15. 2nd $12. 3rd $9. 4th $6. Section: 1. Barley, two row variety 2. Barley, six row variety 3. Canola 4. Corn, 5 ears, field, named 5. Fodder Corn, 8 stalks 6. Haylage 7. Oats, variety named 8. Second cut hay, 75% alfalfa 9. Second cut hay, 75% grass 10. Soybeans (5 plants) 11. Winter Wheat 12. Hard Spring Wheat 13. Special: First cut hay Prize Money: 1st $20. 2nd $17. 3rd $14. 4th $11. 14. Special: Collection of grains (3 varieties – named) Prize Money: 1st $25. 2nd $20. 3rd $15. 4th $10. H.H. Goode Son (1987) Ltd. PRIZE MONEY: 1st $15 2nd $12 3rd $9 (for Sections 13.1 –– 13.10) Sponsored By: Port Perry Feeds 13.1 Barley, two row variety 13.2 Barley, six row variety 13.3 Canola 13.4 Corn, 5 ears, field, named 13.5 Fodder Corn, 8 stalks 13.6 Haylage 13.7 Oats, variety named 13.8 Second cut hay, 75% alfalfa 13.9 Second cut hay, 75% grass 13.10 Soybeans 13.11 Winter Wheat 13.12 Hard Spring Wheat GRAINS SEEDS CLASS 13 13.11 SPECIAL: First cut hay PRIZE MONEY: 1ST $20 2ND $17 3RD $14 Sponsored By: Port Perry Feeds 13.12 SPECIAL: Collection of grains (3 varieties –– named) PRIZE MONEY: 1st $25 2nd $20 3rd $15 Sponsored By: Port Perry Feeds • Feed Farm Supplies • Pet Foods • Water Softener Salts Corner of Brock St. W. Victoria, Uxbridge 905-852-3355 Fax: 905-852-3356
  26. 26. 24 Grains seeds - Class 13 continued FIELD CROP COMPETITION Open to all Corn and Soybean producers in Scugog Township. Prize Money: 1st $50. 2nd $40. 3rd $30. 4th $20. Sponsored in part by: Linton Farms Corn Section: A minimum of 5 acres grain corn to be judged in the field. To have a field judged, the exhibitor must either show cobs (class 4) or sheaf of corn (class 5). The final score will be calculated by averaging the scores from the fair competi- tion and the field judging. Soybean Section: A minimum of 5 acres of soybeans to be judged in the field. To have a field judged, the exhibitor must show soybeans in Class 10. The final score will be cal- culated by averaging the scores from the fair competition and the field judging. Section: 1. 5 Beans (green or yellow) 2. 5 Beets, (1” top) 3. 5 Beets, long (1” top) 4. 6 Brussels Sprouts 5. 1 head, Broccoli 6. 1 Cabbage, red 7. 1 Cabbage, white 8. 1 Cabbage, any other variety 9. 5 Carrots, long, 1” top 10. 5 Carrots, short, 1” top 11. 4 Cobs, sweet corn 12. 5 Cucumbers, pickling variety 13. 3 Cucumbers, slicing/table variety 14. 2 Muskmelons 15. 4 Onions, multiplier 16. 4 Onions, red 17. 4 Onions, Spanish 18. 6 Parsnips 19. 3 Peppers, sweet green, stems on 20. 3 Peppers, sweet red, stems on 21. 3 Peppers, hot, stems on 22. 3 Peppers (any other variety), stems on 23. 5 Potatoes, red or purple fleshed, named 24. 5 Potatoes, white fleshed, named 25. 5 Potatoes, yellow, named 26. 2 Pumpkins (field) 27. 2 Pumpkins (pie) 28. 2 Squash, acorn 29. 2 Squash, buttercup 30. 2 Squash, butternut 31. 2 Squash, pepper 32. 2 Squash (any other variety), named 33. 4 Tomatoes, green 34. 4 Tomatoes, plum 35. 4 Tomatoes, red 36. 4 Tomatoes, any other colour 37. 6 Cherry tomatoes 38. 2 Turnips, Swedes 39. 1 Watermelon 40. 2 Zucchinis, small (max. length 12”) 41. Largest sunflower head, 6” stem 42. 6 Gourds (different varieties) 43. Most oddly shaped vegetable vegetables - Class 14 Prize Money: 1st $5. 2nd $4. 3rd $3. 4th $2. Vegetables 1, 11, 13, 26, 33, 35, 45 Sponsored by Willowtree Farm See you at the Fair!
  27. 27. 25 LARGE VEGETABLES ~ MUST BE EDIBLE ~ Taproots do not qualify. Tops removed to approximately 2.5 cm 44. Heaviest cabbage 45. Heaviest onion 46. Heaviest potato 47. Heaviest tomato 48. Heaviest zucchini 49. Largest beet (girth measurement – single top) 50. Largest turnip (girth measurement – single top) 51. Longest carrot 52. Longest cucumber 53. SPECIAL: Largest pumpkin – Heaviest OTHER SPECIALS: Prize Money: 1st $15. 2nd $12. 3rd $9. 4th $6. 54. Display of vegetables. No larger than 20” in diameter 55. Heirloom vegetable (named) NOTE: The winning pumpkin remains the property of the exhibitor and must be picked up not later than 6 PM, Monday after the Fair. *NOTE: One dozen (12) displayed in an egg carton. One egg will be broken to check for freshness and grade. Section: 1. Hen Eggs, white 2. Hen eggs, brown 3. Hen eggs, bantam 4. Eggs, any variety, named EGGS - Class 15 Prize Money: 1st $5. 2nd $4. 3rd $3. 4th $2. Section: 1. White or Golden Liquid Honey 2. Fine Granulated Honey 3. 3 Honey Combs, any standard marketable container 4. 1 Cake Beeswax, weighing not less than one pound HONEY - Class 16 Prize Money: 1st $5. 2nd $4. 3rd $3. 4th $2. Prize Money: 1st $100. 2nd $80. 3rd $60. 4th $40. 5th $20. 1st Prize Sponsored by Gibson Seed Co. • 3rd 4th Sponsored by Dr. Mark Adams
  28. 28. 26 Judged on density, colour, flavour and clarity. 1. 2 250 ml glass bottles, light 2. 2 250 ml glass bottles, medium 3. 2 250 ml glass bottles, dark MAPLE SYRUP - Class 17 Prize Money: 1st $5. 2nd $4. 3rd $3. 4th $2. RULES AND REGULATIONS • ALL EXHIBITORS MUST BE 18 YEARS OF AGE OR OLDER. • Exhibitors should read the ‘General’ and ‘Homecraft’ Rules and Regulations. • Each exhibitor will receive an exhibitor card (this will show your exhibitor num ber), tags and one admit pass. • All exhibits are to be tagged and properly packaged for presentation. Exhibits must be delivered to the appropriate building, listed below, on the Friday of La- bour Day Weekend, between 4 pm to 7 pm and on the Saturday, between 8 am to 10:30 am. DOORS WILL CLOSE FOR JUDGING AT 10:30 AM SHARP. Exhibitors must use this book when completing their Entry Forms and tags. • No person shall be allowed to enter for exhibition more than one item in any one section of a class. • Entries must be new articles, not exhibited in the previous years at the Port perry Fair, with the exception of quilts. (Quilts may be shown for two years.) • No articles may be removed prior to 5:30 pm on the Monday of Labour Day Weekend. • Judges reserve the right to withhold awarding prize money due to inferior quality of competition or lack of other competition. Directors are authorized to discard all soiled, defaced or old work. • All exhibits must be the work of the exhibitor. • Exhibitors are responsible for reading the rules pertaining to the specific section entered, as well as the Rules and Regulations outlined in the front of the Prize List and on the Entry Form. • Fourth prizes will only be awarded when there are six (6) or more entries in a section. No 4th prize is awarded on the specials. • Homecraft Division articles, except for Flowers, must be delivered to the Christie Building. All flower exhibits and Junior Fair exhibits to be delivered to the Junior Fair building (east door). All Vegetables, Grains and Seeds must be delivered to the Junior Fair Building (west door) homecraft division PORT PERRY FAIR SHOW SHINE Come join us on Saturday, August 30 between 12 pm and 4 pm. BIG RIGS ONLY!
  29. 29. 27 Port Perry Idol Auditions: Saturday, August 30; 12-1pm Finals: Saturday, August 30; 3pm Ages: 12-25 Register early! Email Secretaryppfair@powergate.ca or Call 905-985-0962 Prize Money: 1st $100 2nd $75 3rd $50 (and bragging rights!) Finalists get a makeover, compliments of Zaps Hair Studio! HH Chairperson: Cecil Lamrock 905-985-5462 RULES AND REGULATIONS EXHIBITING: • All exhibitors must be 18 years of age or older. JUDGING: • Decisions made by the Judge(s) will be based upon the guidelines suggested in the Ontario Judging and Exhibiting Standards Horticulture and Floral Design 2003 (OJES) in conjunction with any criteria included in the Show Schedule specific to the Section.  • Criteria in the Show Schedule takes precedence; if there is ambiguity, criteria will defer to OJES and/or the Chairperson.  • Decision(s) of the Judge(s) is/are final.  • Name new or unusual flowers/plants if possible (NIP).  • Flowers and plants should be free of insects and disease. CONTAINERS: (glass preferred to avoid spillage)  • Shall be clean, clear, plain, uncoloured.  • Glass is preferred. PLANTS FLOWERS:  • Must be grown by the exhibitor for at least 3 months prior to showing.  • Plant material for floral design sections may be purchased unless otherwise stated. UNIFORMITY:  • For sections requesting more than one specimen, uniformity of size, form, colour stage of development are important in the judging process.  • Collections/Displays other Sections where different types of plant material are requested may be exempt (at the discretion of the Judge(s)). flowers - Class 15 continued on page 28
  30. 30. 28 ACCESSORIES:  • Definition: Accessories are inorganic (were never living) objects used to enhance an exhibit; the display/design should be able to stand on its own without the accessories.  • Permitted in Display Floral Design Sections unless otherwise specified. FLOATING IN WATER SPECIMENS:  • Container should be only slightly larger than the bloom.  • Specimen should not touch the sides nor the bottom of the container; remove as much stem as possible.  • Avoid water droplets on the specimen (transport separately). GROOMING:  • Grooming may affect the placement.  • Remove spent blooms, ragged leaves, water stains, critters, dust other “for- eign” unsightly material.  • Plant/foliage polish is NOT permitted; use warm water for grooming. MEASUREMENTS:  • All measurements (specimens Floral Design) include the container.  • Measurements, where applicable, are taken from the show table top. • Stem length is measured from the surface of the table top to the upper tip of the specimen or along the progressive length to the end of the stem/bloom for curved stems). • Bloom size is determined from the largest diameter, in any direction, petal/sepal tip to tip. • Pot sizes are measured across the diameter from top inside edge to top inside edge. • Floral Design exhibits are measured in every direction, height, width, diagonal from the table top include the container(s)/tray any accessories. STAGING/PLACING EXHIBITS: • Show Chair and assistants reserve the right to determine the final staging/place- ment of the exhibits.  • Some exhibits may be moved due to space considerations and/or to allow all exhibits fair advantage; this includes Floral Design entries. Every effort will be made to ensure the integrity of each entry.  • Final decisions on placement of exhibits rests with the Show Chair. flowers - Class 15 continued Prize Money: (for sections 1 – 65) EXCEPT SPECIALS 1st $5.00 2nd $4.00 3rd $3.00 4th $2.50* (*NOTE: 4th place awarded only if there are 6 or more entries) ANNUALS 1. Amaranthus – any colour, 1 stem  2. Aster – any variety, any colour, 1 stem 3. Celosia – plume-type, any colour, 1 stem
  31. 31. 29 ANNUALS continued 4. Coleus – any variety, 1 stem (remove any bloom) 5.Cosmos – any colour, 1 spray (HINT: spray is a TERMINAL stem showing all phases of bloom) 6. Marigold – ball or pompom-type, same colour/variety, under 3”(7.5 cm), 3 blooms 7. Marigold – ball or pompom-type, 3” (7.5 cm) over, 1 bloom 8. Marigold – any other variety, under 3” (7.5 cm), same colour/variety, 3 blooms 9. Marigold – any other variety, 3” (7.5 cm) over, 1 bloom 10. Salvia – any variety, same colour, 3 stems 11. Sunflower – ornamental, single head, max length 18” (46 cm), 1 stem 12. Zinnia – any variety, under 2” (5 cm), 3 blooms 13. Zinnia – any variety, 2” (5 cm) and over, 3 blooms  14. Any other annual, 1 stem, must be named 15. SPECIAL: Annual ‘Best in Show’ for Sections 1 – 14 Prize Money: Gift Certificate $25 Rosette also awarded Sponsored By: Otters Greenhouse PERENNIALS / BRANCHES / SHRUBS / VINES (except Roses) 16. Anemone – any variety, 1 spray (HINT: spray is a TERMINAL stem showing all phases of bloom)  17. Aster – any colour, 1 spray  18. Chrysanthemum – any colour, 1 spray 19. Clematis – any variety, 1 stem, named if possible  20. Echinacea – any colour, 1 stem, named if possible 21. Grass – ornamental, max stem length 30” (76 cm), 1 stem, named if pos- sible 22. Hosta Leaf – solid green, 1 stem  23. Hosta Leaf – any other single colour, 1 stem  24. Hosta Leaf – white/yellow/or gold margin, 1 stem 25. Hosta Leaf – green or blue margin, 1 stem 26. Phlox – white, 1 stem  27. Phlox – any other single colour 1 stem  28. Hydrangea – Annabelle-type, any colour, max stem length 24” (61 cm), 1 stem 29. Hydrangea – any other type, max stem length 24” (61 cm), 1 stem (NIP) 30. Rudbeckia-type OR any similar dark-eyed flower, 1 stem (NIP)  31. Any Other Perennial/Branch/Shrub/Vine – berried/fruited, max stem length 24” (61 cm), 1 stem/branch, named if possible  32. Any Other Perennial/Branch/Shrub/Vine – shown for bloom, max stem length 24” (61 cm), 1 stem/branch, named if possible 33. SPECIAL: Perennial ‘Best in Show’ – Sections 16 – 32 Prize Money: Gift Certificate $25 Rosette also awarded Sponsored By: Greenbank Garden Centre
  32. 32. 30 BULBS, CORMS, RHIZOMES 34. Begonia – tuberous, floating in water, NO foliage (HINT: bloom should be fully open) 35. Dahlia – ball or pompom-type, under 3.5” (9 cm), same colour, 3 blooms  36. Dahlia – ball or pompom-type, 3.5” (9 cm) over, any colour, 1 bloom 37. Dahlia – any other variety, under 3.5” (9 cm), same colour, 3 blooms  38. Dahlia – any other variety, 3.5” (9 cm) over, 1 bloom  39. Gladiolus – Red hued, 1 spike 40. Gladiolus – Cream, white or yellow hued, mainly one colour,1 spike  41. Gladiolus – Pink or salmon hued, mainly one colour, 1 spike  42. Gladiolus – any other colour, 1 spike  43. Gladiolus – bi/tone or bi/colour, 1 spike 44. Any other bulb, corm, or rhizome, must be named, 1 stem or spike 45. SPECIAL: Gladiolus ‘Best in Show’ – Sections 39 – 43 Prize Money: $15 Rosette also awarded Sponsored by: Pineridge Garden Club flowers - Class 15 continued ROSES 46. SPECIAL: Rose – Hybrid Tea (Red or Red Blend – 1 Bloom)   Prize Money: 1st $12 2nd $8 3rd $5 Rosette awarded to first prize winner Sponsored by: Diane Bernie Chandler 47. Rose – Hybrid Tea, any other colour, 1 bloom  48. Rose – Miniature, 1 bloom or spray  49. Rose – any other variety, 1 bloom  50. Rose – any other variety, 1 spray COLLECTIONS (Collections are judged on horticultural merit only) 51. Cut Flower Collection – for bloom, annuals and/or perennials, 7 stems, min 3 varieties, named  GOLD SEAL Battery Inventory • Custom Made Cables DC Supply Products • Charger Repairs Lawn, Golf, Marine, Heavy Duty, Recreational Applications #3-131 North Port Rd., Port Perry 905-985-1545 • www.goldsealvintagemarine.com
  33. 33. 31 52. Cut Foliage Collection – 7 stems, min 3 varieties, max height 18” (46 cm), named 53. Dahlia – 5 stems, min 3 different types/colours 54. Gladiolus – 3 spikes, different colours 55. Grasses, Ornamental – 5 stems, min 3 varieties, max height 30” (76 cm), named if possible  56. Hosta Leaves – 5 different varieties, named if possible DISPLAYS (Displays are judged on horticultural artistic design)  All plant material must be grown by exhibitor 57. Mixed Blooms Foliage – 7 stems/blooms, min 5 varieties, accessories per- mitted, max height 18” (46 cm) 58. Herbs, Container Grown – 5 varieties, must be named, growing in container/ dish, max 12” (30.5 cm), accessories permitted CONTAINER GROWN (POTTED) PLANTS 59. African Violet – standard, single crown, single/double bloom any colour, max pot size 5” (12.5 cm)  60. Geranium – in bloom, any variety, max pot size 8” (20 cm)  61. Container Grown Plant – grown for foliage, max pot size 8” (20 cm), 1 plant, named  62. Any Other Container Grown Plant – grown for bloom, max pot size 8” (20 cm), 1 plant, named 63. Succulent – any variety, max pot size 8” (20 cm), 1 plant, named 64. Hanging basket of Pelargoniums (geraniums) max 12.5” (31 cm) pot 65. Hanging basket of any other outdoor grown garden plant(s) max 12.5” (31 cm) pot 66. SPECIAL: Best in Show - Sections 59-65 for any potted or hanging plant(s) Prize Money: $25 Gift Certificate Rosette also awarded Sponsored by: Century Home and Garden Help Support the Port Perry Fair Donate online at: www.theportperryfair.com/supportingthefair (secure via Paypal) NEW ON MONDAY!! Sept. 1 @ 11:45am EXTREME RODEO By Rawhide Entertainment Bareback Bronc Riding, Saddle Bronc Rid- ing Barrel Racing, Bull Riding more! www.facebook.com/rawhiderodeo Sponsored by: Great Blue Heron Casino, Green Tractor, Hub International Port Perry, Port Perry Seed Durham Kabota
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  35. 35. 33 flowers - Class 15 continued CONTAINER GROWN (POTTED) PLANTS continued 67. SPECIAL AWARD: For any flowers/foliage, minimum 7 stems, minimum 3 varieties using recycled container, max height 18” (46 cm). Container will be taken into consideration Prize Money: $25 Gift Certificate Rosette also awarded Sponsored by: Lamrocks Country Garden FLORAL DESIGN Rules for Design: • All exhibits must contain fresh plant material unless stated • Accessories are permitted but should not dominate design • No artificial material representing plant-like forms allowed • Materials can be obtained from any source for design - not just from your own garden (can be purchased) Prize Money: for sections 69-73: 1st $6 2nd $5 3rd $4 68. First Prize A design using red or red/blend roses grown by exhibitor Prize Money: 1st $12 2nd $8 3rd $5 Rosette awarded to first place winner Sponsored by: Diane Bernie Chandler 69. Roller Coaster A design showing motion 70. Country Fair A design incorporating some fruit and/or vegetable, 18” (46 cm) maximum in any direction 71. Company’s Coming An all-round design suitable for a dining table, 15” (37.5 cm) maximum in any direction 72. Fireworks A vertical design, no lawn mower needed A design featuring some ornamental grasses, tall and narrow design 73. City Mouse A miniature design in any direction, under 5” (12.5 cm) in any direction 74. SPECIAL: Best Floral Design from 1st place winners - sections 69-73 Prize Money: $25 Rosette awarded to first place winner Sponsored by: Pineridge Garden Club 75. SPECIAL JUDGES CHOICE AWARD From 1st place winners, Sections 69-73 Prize Money: $25 Gift Certificate Rosette also awarded Sponsored by: Greenbank Garden Centre www.portperryfair.com
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  37. 37. 35 culinary arts - Class 16 Chairperson: Isabel Lee 905-985-7929  Assistants: Marian Geer 905-985-7988 Lois Dallas 905-985-6641 Rules and Regulations All “General” and “Homecraft” rules apply (see index).  N.B. Read all rules carefully to avoid disqualification. N.B. No article shall leave exhibit building before 5:30 p.m. on Monday. • No commercial mixes or fillings to be used.  • Pies must be baked in foil plates, minimum 6 inches. • Cakes and loaves to be shown on foil wrapped cardboard. • All other entries to be placed on disposable plates. • All exhibits to be in clear plastic bags, when possible, with entry tag securely fastened to back of bag (no plastic wrap). Dome cake containers are best for layer cakes and can be purchased from bake shops. HINT: Temper foil pie plates at 400°F for 20 minutes before using.  WARNING: DUE TO ALLERGIES, NO PEANUT PRODUCTS TO BE USED. Prize Money: 1st $5 2nd $4 3rd $3 4th $2  (4th place awarded only if 6 or more entries) YEAST BREADS, ROLLS BUNS (NO BREAD MACHINES TO BE USED UNLESS STATED) 1. 1⁄2 loaf 60% whole wheat bread (4x8 pan) – Winner to supply loaf for District Competition in Fall of 2014. Recipe to be included. 2. 1⁄2 loaf white bread (4x8 pan)  3. Any yeast rolls (5 in a basket)  4. Chelsea buns (3 joined)  5. 1⁄2 loaf of bread (white or whole wheat) made in bread machine  6. 1⁄2 loaf cheese bread LOAVES, MUFFINS OR BISCUITS (Loaves baked in 4x8 pan) 7. Scones, plain (3)  8. Tea biscuits with fruit (3) 9. Bran muffins (3)  10. Carrot muffins (3)  11. Banana muffins (3) 12. 1⁄2 banana loaf, without nuts  13. 1⁄2 chocolate zucchini loaf  14. 1⁄2 cherry loaf 15. 1/2 lemon loaf CAKES TARTS 16. Coffee cake- any size 17. Pecan tarts (3) 18. Raspberry coconut tarts (3) 19. 1/2 Pineapple cake from the following recipe: see page 42
  38. 38. 36 culinary arts - Class 16 continued Pineapple Cake 1 - 19 oz tin crushed pineapple - put in large bowl • Add 2 cups white sugar 2 teaspoons baking soda • 2 eggs • 1 teaspoon vanilla • 2 cups all-purpose flour Mix well and place in greased 9” by 13” pan. Bake at 350º F for 40-45 minutes or until done. Cream Cheese Icing: 8 oz cream cheese • 2 cups icing sugar • 1/2 cup butter • 1 teaspoon vanilla. Beat all together and spread on cake. COOKIES, CANDY SQUARES (HINT: Cookies should be 2” - 2 1⁄2” round, except for shortbread or unbaked) 28. Apple Cake Prize Money 1st $25 2nd $15 3rd $10 Sponsored by Nature’s Bounty 29. Peach Pie Prize Money 1st $250 2nd $100 3rd $50 Sponsored by Dr. A. Brown 1st and 2nd place become property of sponsor 30. Raspberry Pie Prize Money 1st $100 2nd $30 3rd $20 Sponsored by Carol Ann Desloges 1st place becomes property of sponsor 31. Butter Tarts with Raisins (3) Prize Money 1st $25 2nd $5 3rd $4 Sponsored by Carol Ann Desloges 32. Dutch Apple Pie Prize Money 1st $50 2nd $30 3rd $20 Sponsored by Frank Mackey 1st place becomes property of sponsor OPEN SPECIALS 33. Blueberry Pie Prize Money 1st $30 2nd $15 3rd $10 Sponsored by Mark Puckrin, Sutton Group, Lifestyle Real Estate 1st place becomes property of sponsor 34. Pumpkin Pie Prize Money 1st $40 2nd $20 3rd $10 Sponsored by Zac Cohoon 1st place becomes property of sponsor 35. Dark Fruit Cake (square or round, single layer only, almond paste and plain icing) Prize Money 1st $125 2nd $75 3rd $50 Sponsored by Whitney Cohoon 1st place becomes property of sponsor 36. Carrot Cake 8” square with cream cheese icing. Prize Money 1st $400 2nd $150 3rd $100 Sponsored by Randy Dawson Haulage 1st place becomes property of sponsor MEN ONLY 27. SPECIAL: Apple Pie Prize Money: 1st $25 2nd $15 3rd $10 Sponsored by Barb Phayre - 1st place becomes property of sponsor 20. Oatmeal raisin cookies (3) 21. Chocolate chip cookies (3) 22. Any unbaked cookies (3) 23. Date squares (3) 24. Squares of your choice (3 the same) 25. Brownies or Blondies, iced (3) 26. Favourite fudges (3 pieces)
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  40. 40. 38 OPEN SPECIALS continued 37. Best Presentation of Carrot Cake (section 36, above)Prize Money $50 Sponsored by Randy Dowson’s Water Haulage 38. Chocolate Layer Cake Prize Money 1st $25 2nd $10 3rd $5 Sponsored by Hank’s Pastries. Non- winning enteries property of fair. 39. Lemon Meringue Pie, made with fresh lemons (no mixes) Prize Money 1st $100 2nd $75 3rd $50 Sponsored by Tom Pelyk. 1st prize becomes property of sponsor. Non- winning enteries property of fair. Community Fair Sponsorship - Crosby Molasses Co. Ltd. (4041) First place winners for each of the be- low will be entered into a national con- test with a chance to win up to $100. Proof of purchase must accompany entry. Winners will be asked to submit their recipe, photograph, and signed re- lease form. 40. Ginger Cookies (3) Prize Money 1st $10 2nd $5 3rd $5 Cookies must include a minimum of 1/4 cup molasses. Cookies to be judged on taste, texture and creative use of recipe. Product label and recipe must accompany entry. Mark’s Maintenance Mention this ad to receive a 10% DISCOUNT on regularly priced parts or services. automotive repair electronic diagnostics tech-net trained professionals Tire Sales Repair • Shuttle Service Exhaust • Air Conditioning MarksMaintenanceauto@gmail.com 3976 Hwy. 7A NeSTleTON STATION 905-986-5620 culinary arts - Class 16 continued GOLD SILVER - INSTANT CASH • Jewellery • Coins Paper Money • Watches • Sterling Silver • ESTATES WELCOME • HONEST • QUALIFIED • CONFIDENTIAL 35 YEARS EXPERIENCE 1874 SCUGOG STREET, HWY. 7A, PORT PERRY • 905-985-0001 continued on page 45 41. Cake made with molasses, includ- ing Gingerbread Prize Money 1st $10 2nd $5 3rd $5 Cake must include a minimum of 1/4 cup molasses. Cake to be judged on taste, texture and creative use of recipe. Product label and recipe must accompany entry.
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  43. 43. 41 Sunday Aug. 31 continued 1 pm Harness Horse Racing / Pari-mutuel Betting *** Subject to industry conditions Scugog Fire Department Extrication Demo 4-H Dairy show 4 pm Beef Auction 6pm DEMOLITION DERBY 8 pm LEAH DANIELS (Entertainment shelter) Homecraft/Junior Fair Buildings Close 9 pm KIRA ISABELLA (Entertainment shelter) Monday Sept. 1 9:30 am Homecraft/Junior Fair Buildings Open Junior Dairy Show Heavy Horse Show 10 am Ontario County Holstein Show Midway Opens 10:30 am Family Fun Games 11 am Beer Tent Opens 11:45 am EXTREME RODEO *NEW 1 pm Fiddle Contest (Entertainment Shelter) Scugog Fire Department Extrication Demo 2:30 pm Horse Pull 4 pm Homecraft/Junior Fair Buildings Close 5 pm Fair Closes 5:30 pm Homecraft/Junior Fair Exhibits Pick-up Port Perry Fair 2014
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  47. 47. 45 COUNTRY FAIR BAKING CONTEST Sections 42-45   42. Robin Hood Flour: Red Velvet cake 1st prize $25 product certificate 2nd prize $10 product certificate Product label to accompany entry   43. Crisco: Lemon Tarts (3) with me- ringue 1st prize $25 product certificate 2nd prize $10 product certificate Product label to accompany entry 44.  Fleishmann’s Yeast: 1/2 loaf Cherry loaf 1st prize $20 plus gift prize Product label to accompany  entry 45. Fleischmann’s Baking Powder/ Crown Corn Syrup: Your choice- favorite loaf cake  4x8 loaf 1st prize $20 plus gift prize Product label to accompany entry cANNING - Class 17 Chairperson: Margaret Taylor-Sevier (905) 852-5339 Assistant: Pat Raines (905) 982-0277 RULES AND REGULATIONS 1. Exhibits are to be shown in canning jars, sealed. 2. No identifying marks such as decorated lids or fancy labels are to be used. 3. Please note size of jar specified for each section. Prize money: 1st $5 2nd $4 3rd $3 4th $2 (4th place is awarded only if there are 6 or more entries) Prize money for sections 4, 7, 10, 19 and 24 donated by Willowtree Farm BOTTLED FRUIT Pint (500 ml) canning jars 1. Applesauce 2. Peaches 3. Cranberries JAMS, JELLIES, MARMALADE AND PRESERVES Half pint (225 - 250 ml) jars 4. Strawberry freezer jam 5. Raspberry freezer jam 6. Any other freezer jam, named 7. Strawberry jam 8. Peach jam 9. Blueberry jam 10. Strawberry rhubarb jam 11. Any other two fruit jam, named 12. Any other jam, not listed above, named 13. Grape jelly 14. Apple jelly 15. Red pepper jelly 16. Any other jelly, not listed above, named 17. Any fruit marmalade, named 18. SPECIAL: Spirited Jelly (only jelly made with wine or liqueur) Prize Money: 1st $25 2nd $15 3rd $10 Sponsor Ocala Winery, first place be- comes property of sponsor. culinary arts - Class 16 continued continued on page 46
  48. 48. 46 cANNING - Class 17 continued PICKLES, RELISHES AND SAUCES Pint (500 ml) canning jars  19. Beet relish 20. Corn relish 21. Any other relish, named 22. Icicle pickles 23. Pickled beets                                 24. Whole cucumber dill pickles 25. Pickled garlic 26. Pickled cabbage 27. Any other pickle, not listed above, named 28. Salsa 28. Chili Sauce SPECIALS: 29. SPECIAL Raspberry jam (250 ml jar) Prize Money: 1st $25.00 2nd $15.00 3rd $10.00 Donated by Carol  Ann Desloges 30. SPECIAL Pickled onions (500 ml jar) Prize Money: 1st $15.00 2nd $6.00 3rd $4.00 Donated by Margaret Taylor-Sevier 31. SPECIAL Peach chutney (500 ml jar) Prize Money: 1st $15.00 2nd $6.00 3rd $4.00 Donated by Pat Raines 32. SPECIAL “Mom’s Apple Pie in a Jar” (250 ml jar) (see recipe below)  Prize Money: 1st $15.00 2nd $6.00 3rd $4.00 Donated by Ruby Dusty Recipe For Mom’s Apple Pie in a Jar: Makes about six 8-ounce (250 ml) jars 3/4 cup raisins or dried cranberries 175 ml 6 cups chopped cored peeled Granny Smith 1.5 l or other tart apples Grated zest and juice of 1 lemon 1 cup unsweetened apple juice 250 ml 1 package (1.75 oz/49 to 57 g) regular 1 powdered fruit pectin 9 cups granulated sugar 2.25 l 1 tsp ground cinnamon 5 ml 1/2 tsp ground nutmeg 2 ml 1. Prepare canner, jars and lids. • In a food processor fitted with a metal blade, pulse raisins until finely chopped. Set aside. • In a large, deep stainless steel saucepan, combine apples and lemon zest and juice. Bring to a boil over high heat, stirring frequently. Reduce heat and boil gently, stir- ring occasionally, until apples begin to soften, about 10 minutes. Remove from heat and whisk in pectin until dissolved. Stir in raisins. Return to high heat and bring to a boil, stirring frequently.  Add sugar all at once and return to a full rolling boil, stirring constantly. Boil hard, stirring constantly, for 1 minute. Remove from heat and stir in cinnamon and nutmeg. Skim off foam. • Ladle hot jam into hot jars, leaving 1/4 inch (0.5 cm) headspace. Remove air bubbles and adjust headspace, if necessary, by adding hot jam. Wipe rim. Center lid on jar. Screw band down until resistance is met, then increase to fingertip-tight.
  49. 49. 47 • Place jars in canner, ensuring they are completely covered with water. Bring to a boil and process for 10 minutes. Remove canner lid. Wait 5 minutes, then remove jars, cool and store. Excerpted from Bernardin Complete Book of Home Preserving by Judi Kingry and Lauren Divine ©2006 Robert Rose Inc. www.robertrose.ca Reprinted with permission. All rights re- served. Community Fair Sponsorship - Crosby Molasses Co. Ltd. Special Sauce must include a minimum of ¼ cup of molasses. To be judged on taste, texture and creative use of recipe. Product label and recipe must accompany entry. 33. SPECIAL BBQ sauce made with molasses (500 ml jar) Prize Money: 1st $10 2nd $5 3rd $5 Bernardin Sponsorship Specials 34. SPECIAL Bernardin Jam/Jelly Award Favourite jelly, sweet or savoury - named, half pint (250 ml) jar Product must be prepared with Bernardin Fruit Pectin (dry or liquid). Exhibitor must include proof of purchase. Judging will be based on appearance, taste, tex- ture and recipe creativity. 1st prize only $20.00 Gift Certificate plus Rosette Prize Ribbon 35. SPECIAL Bernardin Gift Pack Competition  Must include at least three (3) filled Bernardin mason jars sealed with Bernardin SNAP lids. Must be presented in an appropriate container - not necessarily a bas- ket. Entry must be decorated for any theme (holiday, get well etc) and may include additional items such as soap, candles, candy, etc. Judged on creativity, quality of home canned product, perceived value and appropriateness of presentation. 1st prize only $20.00 Gift Certificate plus Rosette Prize Ribbon 36. SPECIAL Bernardin SNAP Lid® / Mason Jar Creative Craft Award  Best decorative or functional homemade craft made using a Bernardin mason jar(s) and/or 2-piece SNAP Lid. 1st prize only $20.00 Gift Certificate plus Rosette Prize Ribbon 37. SPECIAL Bernardin Best of Show Award Prize will be awarded based on highest accumulated points. The winner must have used Bernardin mason jars and SNAP lids. $30.00 Gift Certificate plus Rosette Prize Ribbon www.portperryfair.com
  50. 50. 48 Thomas Walsh (905) 985-0075 (905) 985-4816 fax 60 Vanedward Dr., Port Perry • Windows • Doors • Awnings (Retractable) • Siding • Soffit + Eavestrough • Sunrooms • Exterior Cladding • Aluminum Railings SHOWROOM CLASSIC ALUMINUM • Windows • Doors • Awnings (retractable) • Siding • Soffit Eavestrough • Sunrooms • Exterior Cladding • Aluminum Railings Call 905-985-0075 SHOWROOM: 60 Vanedward Dr., Port Perry GOLDEN AGE - Class 18 Chairperson: Barbara Weese 905 985-3976 RULES AND REGULATIONS This class is open to anyone 60 years of age or older Prize Money: 1st $5 2nd $4 3rd $3 4th $2* sections 1 – 13 (*4th place awarded only if 6 or more entries) 1. Fancy Cushion – any medium, material samples attached 2. Pair of knitted mittens, yarn sample attached 3. Bazaar Item – under $5.00 to make, attach material samples 4. Homemade Christmas Card 5. Article of Embroidery (yarn samples attached). 6. Crocheted Doily (maximum 12” in any direction), mounted on Bristol board, attach thread samples 7. Chocolate fudge (3 Pieces) 8. Collection of Postcards 9. Child’s Cloth Toy 10. Flower Arrangement - “Let’s Have Tea: - arrangement in a tea cup and saucer. 11. Article of tatting 12. 5 Photographs, suitably displayed, (Theme: My Vacation Generation) 13. Knitted Baby Booties (yarn sample attached) 14. SPECIAL: Wall hanging, ready to hang (any medium, material sample attached) Prize: 1st $10 Gift Certificate Sponsored By: Fabricland, Whitby 2nd $4 3rd $3 15. SPECIAL: Gift Basket- Theme: New Mother: To contain a minimum of five items, two to be handmade Prize Money: 1st $10 2nd $6 3rd $4 Sponsored By: Jake Barb Bisschop 16. SPECIAL: Most Points in Golden Age Class Prize Money: 1st $20 Sponsored By: Virginia Frew; Marlin Travel Port Perry
  51. 51. 49 NEEDLEWORK - Class 19 Re-roof • New Construction Environmentally Friendly - Fibreglass - Metal FREE ESTIMATES FULLY INSURED www.laytoncreekroofing.com aaron@laytoncreekroofing.com Call Aaron Cohoon at 905.261.8879 • 705.357.3766 “Your residential re-roofing experts” Chairperson: Margaret Taylor-Sevier 905-852-5339 RULES AND REGULATIONS • All exhibits must be the work of the exhibitor, new work and clean  • Exhibitors should read both the “Homecraft” rules and the “General” rules.  • In the case of quilts, the pattern should be identified and the name of the de- signer, if known.  • Quilts may be shown for two years. In all other cases, it should be new work. QUILTING Hand Quilting Ontario Association of Agriculture Societies (O.A.A.S) Champion Quilt Competi- tion (Hand Quilted) The exhibitor of the Grand Champion Quilt at the Port Perry Agricultural Fair is eli- gible to enter the quilt in the O.A.A.S. Competition. To enter this competition, the Grand Champion Quilt must compete in the District 4 Competition. The first prize quilt from the District Competition is then entered in the O.A.A.S. Competition, which is held at the O.A.A.S. Annual convention in Toronto in February. If the Exhibitor wins the Grand Champion at more than one Fair, the exhibitor must consider the Agriculture Society nearest his/her home fair as the one from which the quilt be sent to the District Competition. In this case, the Reserve Grand Champion Quilt from the second fair then becomes eligible for the District Com- petition. • Entry quilts must be minimum 324” measured around the perimeter.  • The entry judged “Best of Show” at the February Convention will be declared the ONTARIO ASSOCIATION OF AGRICULTURE SOCIETIES CHAMPIONSHIP QUILT.  • A $500 Grand prize will be awarded and the exhibitor retains ownership of the quilt. • A Certificate and ribbon will be awarded to the exhibitor. A copy of the detailed rules and regulation is available upon request from the secretary. • Classes 1, 2, 3 are eligible for the O.A.A.S. competition Prize Money: 1st $15 2nd $10 3rd $8 (for sections 1 - 11) Articles must be made by the exhibitor.  Fabric samples MUST be clean and attached or article will be disqualified.
  52. 52. 50 NEEDLEWORK - Class 19continued Great Selection! Great Movies! Can’t find that special movie...try us! 68 Water St., Port Perry 905-985-8807 1. Quilt, pieced, hand quilted  2. Quilt, appliquéd, hand quilted  3. Quilt, embroidered, hand quilted  4. Quilt made by exhibitor hand quilted by professional  5. Quilt, any size, hand quilted  6. Cheater top, hand quilted  7. Quilt, hand quilted by group  8. Hand quilted wall hanging, maxi- mum size 36”X40”, ready to hang  9. Crib quilt, cheater top, hand quilted  10. Crib quilt, pieced or designed, hand quilted  11. Quilt made by novice (less than 3 years’ experience) hand quilted 12. SPECIAL: ‘Raspberry’ themed quilt, machine or hand quilted Prize Money:1st $200 2nd $100 3rd $50 Sponsored by Carol Ann Desloges 56 Water St., Port Perry 905.982.2737 A Canadian Pub in a Canadian Town! Specials Everyday Great Snackin’ Menu! Port Perry Fair Champion Hand Quilted Quilt Prize Money: $100 Sponsored by: Chuck Willes Machine Quilting Ontario Association of Agriculture Societies (O.A.A.S) Machine Quilted Quilt/Wall Hanging Competition • Quilt/wall hanging to be measured on the perimeter. Total perimeter measure- ment to be a minimum of 192” or 480cm. • Note the article can be square, rectangular, etc. 
  53. 53. 51 • Entries must be solely made and machine quilted by the exhibitor, not a profes- sional on a short arm machine, unless otherwise stated.  • O.A.A.S. rules (above), as well as other rules pertaining to hand quilted quilts, apply. • Classes 13, 14, 15, and 25 are eligible for the O.A.A.S. Competition Prize Money: 1st $15 2nd $10 3rd $8 (for sections 13 - 20) Prize Money: 1st $8 2nd $5 3rd $2 (sections 21 - 25) Articles must be made by the exhibitor. Fabric samples MUST be clean and attached or article will be disqualified. 13. Quilt, pieced, Machine quilted 14. Quilt, appliquéd, Machine quilted.  15. Quilt, embroidered, Machine quilted  16. Quilt, made by exhibitor and Machine quilted by professional  17. Crib Quilt pieced or any design Machine quilted  18. Quilt, any size, Machine quilted  19. Rag Quilt  20. “Quilt as you go” article 21. Quilt top, not quilted 22. Two Different Quilt Blocks, mounted, named, not quilted  23. Any article of Paper Piecing  24. Open quilt class (e.g. Tote, cushion, table runner, etc.) Prize: 2nd $10 Gift Certificate Sponsored by Fabricland, Whitby 25 SPECIAL: Quilt, pieced and machine quilted by exhibitor, minimum 200” (500 cm) measured on the perimeter Prize Money: 1st $25 Gift Certificate 2nd $10 3rd $8 First Place sponsored by The Quilter’s Cupboard, Uxbridge 26. SPECIAL: Wall hanging, pieced and machine quilted by exhibitor, maximum size 150” (380) cm measured on the perimeter, ready to hang  Prize Money: 1st $25 Gift Certificate 2nd $10 3rd $8 First Place sponsored by The Quilter’s Cupboard, Uxbridge Port Perry Fair Champion Machine Quilted Quilt Prize Money: $100 Sponsored by Chuck Willes CROCHETING Articles must be made by the exhibitor. All articles must be clean with fabric samples attached or article will be disqualified. Prize Money: 1st $8 2nd $5 3rd $2 (for sections 27 - 33) continued on page 52
  54. 54. 52 NEEDLE WORK - Class 19 continued 34. SPECIAL: Crocheted table centerpiece, min. 12”  Prize Money: 1st $10 2nd $6 3rd $4 Sponsored by Never Enough Wool KNITTING Articles must be made by the exhibitor. All articles must be clean with fabric samples attached or article will be disquali- fied. Prize Money: 1st $8 2nd $5 3rd $2 (for sections 35 - 49)  35. Knitted Afghan, minimum 45”x54”  36. Knitted lap cover, min. 36”x40”  37. Knitted Baby set, 2 pieces 38. Knitted Socks, any size  39. Knitted Baby Afghan or Carriage Cover  40. Knitted Vest or Sleeveless Top  41. Knitted Slippers, any size 42. Knitted Child’s Cardigan 43. Knitted Adult Head Gear  44. Knitted Child’s Hat and Mittens  45. Knitted Adult Cardigan  46. Knitted Adult Pull-over  47. Knitted Scarf  48. Knitted doll clothes set, 2 pieces  49. Any other Knitted article  50. SPECIAL: Knitted Child’s Pull-over  Prize Money: 1st $10 2nd $6 3rd $4 Sponsored by Never Enough Wool 51. SPECIAL: Exhibitor with the most points in sections 27 - 34 Prize Money: $25 Gift Certificate Sponsored by Never Enough Wool 52. SPECIAL: Exhibitor with the most points in sections 35 - 50 Prize Money: $25 Gift Certificate Sponsored by Never Enough Wool • Tile • Wallpaper • Para Paints • Benjamin Moore Paints Village Décor Shoppe 905.985.4808 154 Queen St., Port Perry 27. Crocheted lap cover, Minimum 36”x 40”  28. Afghan, crocheted, min. 45 “x 54” 29. Crocheted Baby afghan or carriage cover 30. Crocheted Poncho or shawl 31. Crocheted Slippers, any size 32. Crocheted Headgear 33. Any other Crocheted article
  55. 55. 53 SEWING Articles must be made by the exhibitor. All articles must be clean with fabric samples attached or article will be disquali- fied. Prize Money: 1st $8 2nd $5 3rd $2 (for sections 53 - 60) 53. Vest, sewn  54. Adult Skirt or Slacks  55. Adult or Child Dress  56. Article of Child’s Clothing, excluding a dress  57. Decorated T-shirt 58. Adult or Child Sleepwear 59. Apron of any size 60. Child’s Costume First Prize: $10 Gift Certificate Sponsored by Fabricland, Whitby 61. SPECIAL: Decorated Blue Jeans First Prize: $20 Gift Certificate Sponsored by Brock’s Department Store MISCELLANEOUS Articles must be made by the exhibitor. All articles must be clean with fabric samples attached or article will be disquali- fied. Prize Money: 1st $8 2nd $5 3rd $2 (for sections 62 - 77) 62. Tea Cozy, any medium ( no tea pot to be included )  63. Casserole Holder  64. Cushion, practical, not quilted  65. Cushion, Practical, hand quilted 66. Cushion, Fancy, not quilted 67. Two of any matching Kitchen Items (eg. Pot holders, Placemats, oven Mitts)  68. Table Runner  69. Decorated Tea towel or Hand towel 70. Three Knitted Dishcloths, different designs  71. Pin Cushion  72. Child-safe Toy, Any Medium  73. Rug, Crocheted, Knitted, Braided ( not hooked)  74. Article of Funky Yarn 75. Bib, Child or adult  76. Article of Counted Cross Stitch, ready to hang  77. Article of Needlepoint, ready to hang 78. SPECIAL: Exhibitor with the most points in sections 53 - 77 First Prize: $25 Gift Certificate Sponsored by Fabricland, Whitby
  56. 56. 54 photography - Class 20 Chairperson: Ann Julia Bajema 905-986-4895 Assistants: Marilyn Bonsma Linda Arbuckle RULES AND REGULATIONS • Open to amateur photographers (anyone who is not making a full or part-time living on photography) 18 years or older. • No previous Port Perry Fair winning photos to be entered. • Photos must not exceed 4”x 6” and must be mounted on a maximum 6”x 8” black or white background, or they will be disqualified. • All photographs to be taken by the exhibitor. By signing the entry form, the ex- hibitor certifies that he/she is the originator of the photo. • No digitally enhanced photos allowed unless otherwise specified. (# 20.22) • Attach entry tag securely to the right hand side of photo. (see illustration be- low) HINT: when filling out your entry tag, please use the description given in the Exhibitor Book ~ 65 ~ PHOTOGRAPHY CLASS 20 Chairperson: Ann Julia Bajema ......................................... 905-986-4895 Assistants: Marilyn Bonsma Linda Arbuckle RULES AND REGULATIONS • Open to amateur photographers (anyone who is not making a full or part-time living on photography) 18 years or older. • No previous Port Perry Fair winning photos to be entered. • Photos must not exceed 4”x 6” and must be mounted on a maximum 6”x 8” black or white background, or they will be disqualified. • All photographs to be taken by the exhibitor. By signing the entry form, the exhibitor certifies that he/she is the originator of the photo. • No digitally enhanced photos allowed unless otherwise specified. (# 20.22) • Attach entry tag securely to the right hand side of photo. (see illustration below) HINT: when filling out your entry tag, please use the description given in the Exhibitor Book photo tag g tagphoto Appointment Date_______________________________ Time ______________________________ Cost ___________________________ ~ 65 ~ PHOTOGRAPHY CLASS 20 Chairperson: Ann Julia Bajema ......................................... 905-986-4895 Assistants: Marilyn Bonsma Linda Arbuckle RULES AND REGULATIONS • Open to amateur photographers (anyone who is not making a full or part-time living on photography) 18 years or older. • No previous Port Perry Fair winning photos to be entered. • Photos must not exceed 4”x 6” and must be mounted on a maximum 6”x 8” black or white background, or they will be disqualified. • All photographs to be taken by the exhibitor. By signing the entry form, the exhibitor certifies that he/she is the originator of the photo. • No digitally enhanced photos allowed unless otherwise specified. (# 20.22) • Attach entry tag securely to the right hand side of photo. (see illustration below) HINT: when filling out your entry tag, please use the description given in the Exhibitor Book photo tag g tagphoto Appointment Date_______________________________ Time ______________________________ Cost ___________________________ Over 25 years of experience in Port Perry surrounding area DIANNE HOOKER Sales Representative R.M.R. REAL ESTATE BROKERAGE 1894 Scugog St., Port Perry 905-985-9777 1-800-448-1056 www.dhooker.ca SALES, SERVICE, SUPPLIES, RENTALS REPAIRS 182 North Port Rd., Port Perry Ph: 905-982-0226 TF: 1-866-357-8665 sales@uxporttools.com www.uxporttollwarehouse.com
  57. 57. 55 1. Rural scene with farm animals 2. Lane way to the farm 3. Bumper Crop 4. Scarecrow 5. Covered Bridge 6. Beach Comber 7. Knee Deep in Snow 8. Bird Feeder 9. Macro Mystery (extreme close up) 10. Busy Bee(s) 11. City Lights 12. Glimpse of Spring 13. Taking a break (after a hard day) 14. Vacation Fun 15. Photo with your caption 16. Beyond the door 17. Sports (action shot) 18. Enjoying Watermelon 19. Fall Scene 20. Water, showing motion 21. Sunrise/Sunset 22. Landmark (please state location) Prize Money: 1st $5 2nd $4 3rd $3 4th$2 (4th awarded only if 6 or more entries) COLOUR PHOTOGRAPHY photography - Class 20 continued 23. SPECIAL: Stained Glass Prize Money: 1st $12 2nd $8 3rd $5 Sponsored by John Hancock 24. SPECIAL: Changing Seasons (4 photos depicting the 4 seasons, with similar focal point, mounted on background no larger than 12” X 14”) Prize Money: 1st $12 2nd $8 3rd $5 Sponsored By: Port Perry Agricultural Society 25. SPECIAL: Street Story (street scene that tells a story) Prize Money: 1st $12 2nd $8 3rd $5 Sponsored By: The Standard Port Perry Agricultural Society *1st place photo will be kept by The Standard for publishing 26. SPECIAL: Right Place At The Right Time Prize Money: 1st $12 2nd $8 3rd $5 Sponsored By: The Standard Port Perry Agricultural Society *1st place photo will be kept by The Standard for publishing 27. SPECIAL: Gardens (3 photo’s, all different, mounted on background no larger than 12 x 14”) Prize Money: 1st $12 2nd $8 3rd $5 Sponsored By: The Standard Port Perry Agricultural Society *1st place photo will be kept by The Standard for publishing continued on page 57
  58. 58. 56 Quality Parts fair Pricing Quality service Referrals satisfied customers are the core of my business! HOURS: Monday to Friday 8am. - 5pm. Saturday 8am. - 1pm. 1511 Reach Rd., Unit 2, PoRt PeRRy 905-985-9292 NICK ORAM AUTO BODY Friendly, Reliable Service 131 North Port Rd., PORT PERRY 905-985-1991 rentals • sales • service scugogequipmentrentals.com uxbridge 11 douglas rd. 905-852-4416 port perry 27 easy St. 905-985-4416 info@scugogequipmentrentals.com Herbal remedies, vitamins, supplements and homeophathics are the main focus for a healthy lifestyle with a visit to Herbally Yours. We also carry aromatherapy, body care products and specialty foods. 180 Mary Street, 1A Port Perry 905.985.0861 Enjoy the Fair!
  59. 59. 57 28. SPECIAL: Favourite Thing(s) I Saw at the 2013 Port Perry Fair Prize Money: 1st $12 2nd $8 3rd $5 Sponsored By: The Standard Port Perry Agricultural Society *1st place photo will be kept by The Standard for publishing **A rosette will be awarded to Colour Photo chosen Best In Show BLACK WHITE PHOTOGRAPHY 29. Vanishing Barn(s) 30. Farm Fence 31. Farm Animals 32 Long Forgotten 33. Twisted Gnarled 34. All Geared Up (close up metal parts) 35. Old Boots or Shoes 36. “Mist-er-ious” 37. Lines/Shapes 38. Facial Expression (candid shot) 39. Foot Prints 40. What is it? (2 photos) 1st photo, close up of an interesting detail of an object; 2nd photo shows the entire ob- ject; 2nd photo to be covered by a flap of paper that can be lifted for viewing. Mounted on background no larger than 8” X 11” 41. Churches (3 photos, all different) mounted on background no larger than 12” X 14” 42. SPECIAL: Portrait (Max 5x7” photo mounted on background no larger than 6x8” Prize Money: 1st $12 2nd $8 3rd $5 Sponsored By: The Standard Port Perry Agricultural Society *1st place photo will be kept by The Standard for publishing 43. SPECIAL: Most Points Overall in Sections 29-41 Prize Money: 1st $12 2nd $8 3rd $5 Sponsored By: The Standard Port Perry Agricultural Society **A rosette will be awarded to Black White Photo chosen Best In Show photography - Class 20 continued willams excavation ltd. • basements • trenching • grading • septic systems • holding tanks • driveways • parking lots • sand • gravel • topsoil • retaining walls excavators • dozers • skid steers • dump trucks call us at 905-985-5585
  60. 60. 58 crafts hobbies - Class 21 Chairperson: Barbara Weese 905-985-3976 RULES AND REGULATIONS • Open to exhibitors 18 years of age and older • NOTE: All pictures must be framed and ready to hang. Please no saw tooth hangers. Prize Money: (For Sections 1-54) Except Specials 1st $5 2nd $4 3rd $3 4th $2* (*Note: 4th place awarded only if there are 6 or more entries) 1. Knitted hat/toque 2. Silk flower arrangement for buffet table 3. Handmade stepping stone (not to exceed 12” in any direction) 4. Tote bag – attach fabric samples First Place: $10 Gift Card Spon- sored by Fabricland, Whitby 5. Place mats, (2), please attach sam- ple of the materials First Place: $10 Gift Card Spon- sored by Fabricland, Whitby 6. Table runner, please attach samples of the materials. First Place: $10 Gift Card Spon- sored by Fabricland, Whitby 7. Article of ceramics, stained 8. Article of handmade jewelery, no beads 9. Article of handmade beaded jew elry 10. Article of ceramics, glazed 11. Cross stitch article, stamped kits allowed 12. Canvas work, embellishment (beads, metallic threads, etc.) allowed 13. One article of Needlepoint on Plas tic Canvas (not to exceed 18” over all) 14. Decorative Article made from re cycled materials, include brief description 15. Useful Article made from recycled material, include brief description 16. Folk art painted on Tin or Wood (not to exceed 24”x36”) 17. Outdoor garden greeter 18. Decorative handmade hair acces sories 19. “Scrapbooking” –two pages “Chil dren’s Birthday Party” (enclosed in a plastic cover). 20. “Scrapbooking” –two pages “Adult Special Occasion” (enclosed in a plastic cover). 21. SPECIAL: Scrapbooking Mini Al- bum (4-5 pages) Theme ‘My/Our Vacation’ Prize Money: 1st $15 2nd $10 3rd $5 Sponsored By: Virginia Frew; Marlin Travel Port Perry 1575 HWY. 7A, PORT PERRY 905.985.8507 Over 32 years of satisfied customers • Auto • Boat • Household Glass Mirror
  61. 61. 59 22. SPECIAL: Scrapbooking – mini album (4-5 pages) Theme ‘My/Our Vacation’ Prize Money: 1st $15 2nd $10 3rd $5 Sponsored By: Virginia Frew; Mar- lin Travel Port Perry 23. Hooked rug – any method, please attach samples 24. Draft Stopper 25. Felted item, state method used 26. Picture frame, decorated 27. Article of Pet clothing – attach samples of materials uses 28. Gift in a Jar 29. Painting – water colour, framed, ready for hanging maximum size 24”x 36’ 30. Painting – oil or acrylic, framed ready for hanging – maximum size 24”x36” 31. Pencil/charcoal sketch – framed ready for hanging 32. Handcrafted puppet 33. Door decoration 34. Door decoration, wreath or swag 35. Soft Sculpture, please attach sam ples of fabric used. 36. Article of stained glass 37. Open - any article not listed above – one item only 38. Holiday Mantle decoration 39. Christmas tree ornament (two different) 40. Christmas stocking 41. Christmas Tree skirt First Place: $10 Gift Card Spon- sored by Fabricland, Whitby 42. Holiday Centrepiece 43. Hostess Gift 44. Gift wrapped box, maximum 18” in any direction 45. Open- Any special occasion article not listed above, 46. maximum 20” HOLIDAY CORNER 47. Wooden Toy, maximum 20” in any direction 48. Mode Carl, kit or otherwise 49. Bird Feeder or Bird House 24” x24” 50. Wood Carving, maximum 20” any direction 51. Article of Leather 52. Metal article, maximum 30” in any direction 53. Handcrafted Furniture Piece 54. Open – any article not listed above men’s CORNER 55. SPECIAL: Most Points in Men’s Corner (Exhibitor must be Entered in 2 or more sections to qualify for special) Prize Money: 1st $8 2nd $7 3rd $6 4th $5 Sponsored By: Grace Bajema 56. SPECIAL: Most Points in Class 21 Prize Money: 1st $25 Sponsored By: Port Perry Sign Shop We will now be accepting DEBIT at the GATES for admissions!!! Debit Available ONLY at Old Simcoe Gate Bigelow St. Gate

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