Chairpersons: Sandra Weagant – 613-989-2823 & Karen Lewin – 613-227-8153 Committee: Betty Milne, Doreen Daly, Stacey Weagant, Lori Unsworth It is with a sad heart that we say good bye to June MacMillan. She was a loyal committee member and a wonderful exhibitor at our fair. She will be greatly missed. Special thanks to the […]Find out more »
Floriculture Chairpersons: Francine Duncan, Martine Payne Rules and Regulations 1. All exhibits must be grown by the exhibitor. 2. Use fresh flowers in arrangements unless specified otherwise. 3. One entry per exhibitor in each section. 4. Exhibitors must supply all vessels for their exhibits. 5. No flexible containers to be used. Be sure containers are […]Find out more »
ROOTS, VEGETABLES & FRUIT Chairperson: John Havekes (613) 989-5477 Rules and Regulations - Follow entry sheet when entering (ex. – 5 beans means 5 not 6 or 7; 5 red tomatoes not 4 red and 1 green) - Uniformity is a big thing when it comes to judging. Entries should be all of equal size. […]Find out more »
Chairperson: Cliff Metcalfe (TEL) 613-989-1295 (CELL) 613-794-4598 Assistant: Hugh Metcalfe 2017 Field Crop Competition Hay, Corn, Soybeans, White (Dry) Beans, Spring Wheat (Section # 50) A) - Hay Competition: Two flakes of hay, four inches thick, from the competitors’ field that was judged, to be entered and exhibited at the fair. B) – Corn Competition: […]Find out more »
Junior Section- Home Crafts 2017 Junior Home Craft committee: Anne Caza, chairperson, Dianne Lee, Kathleen Hallam, Sandra Pym, Linda De La Torre, Monique O’Brien, Heather McShane, Maddison Barkley. Rules: All exhibits are to be the production work and property of the exhibitor. Judges of the work are authorized by the Society to discard all soiled, […]Find out more »
(Outside next to the Agricultural Hall) Categories: Most Unusual, Oldest Pet, Best Groomed, Youngest Pet, Softest Pet, Best Trained, Largest Pet, Owner/Pet Look-a-Like, Smallest Pet, Friendliest Pet All participants must be 12 years of age or under. Pet size must not exceed a large dog.Find out more »
Children’s Fun Pony & Horse Show DIVISION 1 Saturday, August 19th, 2017 9:00 am Sharp Chairpersons: Sarah Holmes, Quinlan Dangerfield This show is specifically developed for beginner and young riders. The concept of this event was to inspire beginners. This event is not intended for the more experienced youth competitors. Events are designed for fun […]Find out more »
Proof of liability insurance in the amount of one million dollars is required with entries. All exhibitors must be paid up members of the Mountain Township Agricultural Society for 2017. A $10.00 membership fee will be deducted from the prize money for the 2018 membership. Classes may be changed by the Committee for the following year due to lack of entries. Judging of the line classes will commence at 9:30 a.m. sharp on Saturday, August 20, 2017.
Entry fees must be mailed with entry forms. Entries not accepted via fax or e-mail.
Birds will be accepted from 6:00 pm Thursday night until 9:00 pm and no later than 9:30 am Friday morning. The show is being held under A.P.A rules and being judged by "The Standards of Perfection". Judging will begin at 10:00 am Friday. Each exhibitor is allowed to enter ONLY two (2) pairs in each class: two (2) males and two (2) females to be judged separately. The judge may withhold a prize if the entry is not worthy.Find out more »
Contestants may enter as many categories as they wish within appropriate age group. A $2 entry fee will be charged for EACH category entered. Entry fee money collected will be donated to CHEO. All children must be accompanied by an adult. Each contestant will receive a Certificate of Participation and a commemorative gift. Winners will be awarded ribbons.Find out more »
The 4-H program is a community organization for young people between the ages of 9 and 21 years old. The primary purpose of the 4-H program is the development of youth in Ontario. Members are encouraged to develop their self- confidence and leadership skills while having fun. 4-H Ontario Vision will be recognized for delivering quality, innovative and sustainable leadership and life skill programs for youth and volunteers; who benefit the citizens and communities in which we live.Find out more »
DUNDAS COUNTY 4-H ACHIEVEMENT PROGRAM The 4-H program is a community organization for young people between the ages of 9 and 21 years old. The primary purpose of the 4-H program is the development of youth in Ontario. Members are encouraged to develop their self- confidence and leadership skills while having fun. 4-H Ontario Vision […]Find out more »