2021 Erin Fair Prize Book

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This is the new 2021 Erin Fair Prize Book in an easy to read online format. Classes will show as details become available.

For an individual breakdown of each class, contest or event please visit the appropriate pages:
Homecraft Exhibitors | Animal Exhibitors | Automotive Exhibitors | Special Classes/Events

Class 32A: Roots, Fruits and Vegetables

Committee: Kathy Hassenbach (519-217-6823), Leigh Manes, Rick Bates, Beverly Smith

All entries to be registered online through Assist Expo in advance: https://www.assistexpo.ca/erin-agricultural-society#


Prizes: 1st: $5, 2nd: $4, 3rd: $3

1.

Potatoes, 5 early variety, named and unwashed

2.

Beets, 3 table, trim tops 3/4" or 2 cm above crown

3.

Corn, ornamental, 3 ears

4.

Cherry Tomatoes, 10, stems attached

5.

Garlic, 3 bulbs, trim tops and roots to 1 - 1 1/2" (2.5 cm)

6.

Pie Pumpkin

7.

Tomatoes, 3, stems attached

8.

Squash, Butternut, 1, stem attached

9.

Flowering Kale

10.

Table Centrepiece A collection of gourds displayed in wicker basket

Class 32C: Big BIG Veggie Contest

Committee: Ruarri and Rachel Patterson

  • All entries must have been grown by the exhibitor.
  • All "Largest" sections are determined by mass.

All entries to be registered online through Assist Expo in advance: https://www.assistexpo.ca/erin-agricultural-society#

Sponsored by: The Erin Seed Lending Library, Country Crops and Naydo's Potatoes

Sections:

1.

Largest Pumpkin - Giant

2.

Largest Pumpkin - Other

3.

Largest Zucchini - Yellow or Green

4.

Largest Squash - Other

5.

Largest Tomato - any variety

6.

Largest Cucumber

7.

Funniest Looking - any vegetable

8.

Largest - open to any vegetable

Class 33: Rural Products

Committee: Norma Soul (519-988-0347), Betty Weber, Brenda McEnery

All entries to be registered online through Assist Expo in advance: https://www.assistexpo.ca/erin-agricultural-society#

Prizes: 1st: $5, 2nd: $4, 3rd: $3, 4th: $2

1.

Maple Syrup- 1 pt (500ml) in a SEALED glass jar

2.

Herb Vinegar- 1/2 pt (250 ml) bottle. Label to tell the name of herb used.

3.

Fruit Vinegar 1/2 pt (250 ml) bottle. Label to tell the name of fruit used.

4.

Hen Eggs- 1 dozen in a carton- brown. Show CLEARLY name of the breed

5.

Display of 6 eggs from any other fowl, ie. bantams, guineas,ducks. Must be displayed and clearly named.

6.

Potpourri- suitably displayed in a glass container. NO perfume or cologne to be used. Attach a list of flowers, herbs and spices used.

7.

Home Dried Fruit- displayed in a glass jar, attach list of ingredients.

8.

Home Dried Vegetables- displayed in a glass jar, attach list of ingredients.

9.

Collection of 3 Garden Herbs, displayed in appropriate container and labelled, not to exceed 8”.

10.

Wreath- made from homegrown products (no tree cones) One Ribbon allowed.

Class 34: Flowers

Committee: Mary Ross (519-833-7289), Jodi Swanzey, Gwen McArthur, Ruth Vibe, Marion Odorico, Deney Delfosse

  1. Please do not use any container of value
  2. All flowers and plants entered for competition muyst have been grown by the exhibitor except in arrangement classes where purchased flowers and materials are permitted
  3. No silk flowers or artificial material allowed unless stated.

All entries to be registered online through Assist Expo in advance: https://www.assistexpo.ca/erin-agricultural-society#

Prizes: 1st: $5, 2nd: $4, 3rd: $3, 4th: $2

Cut Flower

1.

Rose, 1 bloom

2.

Dahlia, 1 bloom 6" or under

3.

Black Eyed Susan, 3 stems

4.

Annuals, 3 stems, all different

5.

Perennials, 3 stems, all different

Fresh Arrangements

Must Contain Flowers

6.

Fruits of our Labour Arrangement in a medium sized mason jar

7.

Tasty Treat Arrangement in a loaf pan

8.

Happy Thanksgiving Arrangement in a small pumpkin. Pumpkin no larger than 8"

9.

Country Rambling Arrangement of field flowers and weeds. Total height not to exceed 14"

10.

How Creative Are You? Create an imaginative flower arrangement. Total size under 16"

Class 35: Clothing

Committee: Sharon Nolan (519-827-6049), Myrtle Reid, Shirley Edgerton, Mary Jo Vanderlinden, Maude Toogood

All entries to be registered online through Assist Expo in advance: https://www.assistexpo.ca/erin-agricultural-society#

Prizes: 1st: $5, 2nd: $4, 3rd: $3, 4th: $2

1.

A child's outfit (at least 2 coordinating pieces)

2.

A man or woman's shirt, tailored style

3.

An article of outer wear, i.e. coat, hat, etc

4.

Jacket, woven fabric - any style

5.

Hoodie or Sweatshirt, any size

6.

Fleece jacket with zipper, any size

7.

Sewn accessory - i.e. hat, mittens, bag, wallet, etc

8.

Apron - any style

Class 36: Knitted and Crocheted Articles

Committee: Sharon Nolan (519-827-6049), Myrtle Reid, Shirley Edgerton, Mary Jo Vanderlinden, Maude Toogo

All entries to be registered online through Assist Expo in advance: https://www.assistexpo.ca/erin-agricultural-society#

Prizes: 1st: $5, 2nd: $4, 3rd: $3, 4th: $2 - Unless otherwise noted

Knitted Articles

1.

Afghan, hand knitted, one piece, finished not exceeding 150 cm x 180 cm

2.

Afghan, hand knitted, squares, finished not exceeding 150 cm x 180 cm

3.

Hand knitted pair of socks, adult size

4.

Hand knitted pair of mittens, adult size

5.

Hand knitted cardigan

6.

Hand knitted slippers any style

7.

Hand knitted baby outfit, minimum 2 pieces No ribbons, no chunky or thick yarn

8.

A scarf or cowl article hand knitted for an adult

Crocheted Articles

9.

Afghan crocheted, finished not exceeding 150 cm x 180 cm

10.

Crocheted baby outfit, minimum 2 pieces No ribbons, no chunky or thick yarn Prizes: 1st: $5, 2nd: $4, 3rd: $3

Class 37: Canning

Committee: Marjorie Sanders (519-833-9546), Marian Sinclair O’Connor, Marjorie Eskritt, Leona Duncan, Silvia Gray

  1. Wrong sized jars will be disqualified
  2. New lids only to be used
  3. Jars not sealed will be disqualified.
  4. No wax to be used

All entries to be registered online through Assist Expo in advance: https://www.assistexpo.ca/erin-agricultural-society#

Prizes: 1st: $5, 2nd: $4, 3rd: $3, 4th: $2

Canned Fruit

Pint Jars or Metric Equivalent

1.

Pears

2.

Peaches

3.

Tomatoes

Jams & Jellies

Half Pint, 8 oz. jars or metric equivalent. No food colouring to be used in jellies.

4.

Three (3) Fruit Marmalade

5.

Red Pepper Jelly

Pickles

Pint jars or metric equivalent

6.

Hot Dog Relish - Green

7.

Chili Sauce

8.

Dill Pickles

9.

Beet Pickles

10.

Salsa

Class 38: Quilting

Committee: Gillian Robinette, Co-Chair (519-927-9431), Helen Meyer, Co-Chair (519-855-6597), Joanne Henkie, Samantha Hirniak, Kristie Marsala, Elaine McDougall

  1. All entries must be the work of the exhibitor
  2. All entries must be clean
  3. All entries may only be shown 2 years. Preference will be givent to new work.
  4. Soiled and damaged articles will not be accepted.
  5. All entries must meet the size requirements as stipulated

All entries to be registered online through Assist Expo in advance: https://www.assistexpo.ca/erin-agricultural-society#



Prizes: 1st: $5, 2nd: $4, 3rd: $3 - Unless otherwise noted

1.

Quilt – My first quilt by a beginner quilter, any kind, machine, hand quilted or tied, any perimeter of 200” (500 cm) or larger OR an article of quilting completely made by exhibitor under the age of 16 years. Prizes: 1st: $8, 2nd: $5, 3rd: $3

2.

Crib Quilt – pieced or appliqued, hand or machine quilted, perimeter of 200” (500 cm) or less.

3.

Lap Quilt – pieced or appliqued, hand or machine quilted, perimeter of more than 200” (500 cm), less than 300” (750 cm).

4.

Bed Quilt - pieced or appliqued, hand or machine quilted, perimeter of 300” (750 cm) or more

5.

Small Quilted Item . – will include table runners and toppers, placemats and candle mats, purses and wearable items, etc

6.

Wall Quilt – traditional or contemporary design, not to exceed a perimeter of 200” (500cm). Must have a sleeve or rod pockets.

7.

Scrap Quilt - pieced or appliqued, hand or machine quilted, perimeter of 200” (500 cm) or more , with a minimum of 50 different fabrics

8.

Theme Quilt or Quilted Item - “Covid Connection” - Let your imagination guide you. Please include a note explaining the design of the quilt in relation to COVID-19.

9.

Entry exhibiting the finest hand quilting , in MEMORY OF ANN GRAHAM, SPONSORED BY THE GRAHAM FAMILY Prize: $25

10.

Committee's Choice Sponsored by the Quilt Committee , will be awarded to the entry chosen by the Committee for its high quality and overall appeal, IN APPRECIATION FOR THE MANY YEARS OF SERVICE OF OUR CHAIR, CYNTHIA RABSTEIN.

Class 39: Hobbies, Crafts and Needlework

Committee: Ellen Thomson (519-856-9953), Jackie Kirk, Barb Switzer, Colleen Lloyd, Jordan Bakker

  1. All entries must be the work of the exhibitor and made within the year.
  2. All entries must be clean

Prizes for Sections 1-9 1st $10 Len's Mill Gift Certificate, 2nd $4, 3rd $3, 4th $2

All entries to be registered online through Assist Expo in advance: https://www.assistexpo.ca/erin-agricultural-society#

Hobbies and Crafts

1.

Hostess gift featuring “From Pioneer Days to Modern Ways”

2.

A pandemic project not listed in any other section

3.

A sewn or knitted or crocheted teddy bear or stuffed animal

4.

An article made from a doily or handkerchief

5.

A handmade tote bag

6.

An article showing tie-dying technique

7.

Garden ornament – stake, stepping stone or other mounted for display

Needlework

All articles must be clean and new.

8.

An article displaying needlework cross-stitch, crewel, needlepoint, other. Label the technique on the tag.

9.

An article displaying machine embroidery

Special

10.

Males only craft or hobby Prizes: 1st: $15, 2nd: $10, 3rd: $5

Class 40: Woodworking

Committee: Rebecca Parkinson (519)-215-7228 , Glenn Neilson

All entries to be registered online through Assist Expo in advance: https://www.assistexpo.ca/erin-agricultural-society#

Prizes: 1st: $5, 2nd: $4, 3rd: $3

1.

Article using theme of the fair – "From Pioneer Days to Modern Ways"

2.

Wood carving - any animals - ex bear, bird, fish

3.

Article made using wood burning technique

4.

An article made from recycled wood

5.

Child’s toy – train, truck, airplane, buildings, boxes etc.

6.

Any Woodworking Project – for students ages 12 and under – Can be made from a kit Imagination required – State age on entry tag.

7.

Any Woodworking Project – for students 13 to 18 years of age – Can be made from a kit Imagination required – State age on entry tag.

8.

Open Class – for adults – anything not from a kit Article must not have been eligible for any other section

9.

Open Class – for students still in school – state age on entry tag Article must not have been eligible for other sections

10.

Household furniture – ie. small cabinet, coffee or end table etc.

Class 41: Fine Arts

Committee: June Switzer (519-855-4201), Mary Coulson, Donna Hawkins,

  1. All entries must be framed or mounted and ready to hang.
  2. All entries must be the work of the exhibitor and must be new.
  3. Water colour pencils are included in water colour categories

All entries to be registered online through Assist Expo in advance: https://www.assistexpo.ca/erin-agricultural-society#

Prizes: 1st: $5, 2nd: $4, 3rd: $3

1.

Local Scene – labelled with location – oil or acrylic, 2 dimensional

2.

Local Scene – labelled with location –water colour or pastel, 2 dimensional

3.

Drawing in colour e.g. pencil crayon, pastels, etc. – any subject

4.

Drawing in black and white (monochromatic) (e.g. Charcoal, pencil) – any subject

5.

Portrait featuring people – any medium, 2 dimensional

6.

Portrait featuring animals – any medium, 2 dimensional

7.

Still Life – oil colour or acrylic

8.

Still Life – water colour or others [i.e] pastels

9.

Abstract – any medium, 2 dimensional

10.

Sculpture, any medium [not to exceed 55 cm approx. 24”]

Class 41A: Photography

Photography Committee: Mary Wall (519-833-2510), Carol Pollock, Donna Wheeler, Valerie Quarrie, Beverley Brook, Ben Quarrie, Nancy Ladner, Jocelyn Quarrie, Marilyn Reitz, Christine Richardson, Shelley Ballantyne

  1. All entries must be securely mounted on bristol board or construction paper with 1 inch border.
  2. Maximum print size is 4" x 6" and the photos must have been taken by the exhibitor.
  3. Only 1 entry in each section.

All entries to be registered online through Assist Expo in advance: https://www.assistexpo.ca/erin-agricultural-society#

Prizes: 1st: $3.00, 2nd: $2.50, 3rd: $2.00

1.

Baby ( babies )

2.

Children

3.

Sunset or sunrise

4.

Things with wings

5.

My Pet

6.

Camping

7.

The best photo I took 2019-2021

8.

Any Celebration during COVID

9.

Rural scene

10.

Happy memory taken during COVID

Class 42: Antiques

Committee: Liz Cook (519-833-0576), Reta Philips, Arlene Wheildon, Sue Forman

NOTE: We will do our utmost to return all antiques in the condition in which you bring them. However, all antiques are exhibited at the owner‘s risk.

INSTRUCTIONS:

  1. Antiques must be at least 50 years old.
  2. Exhibitors must have a number and may not enter more than 1 entry in each section.
  3. Exhibitors should own articles exhibited. No exhibit to be higher than 12 inches.
  4. Historical interest and approximate age of entry would be appreciated but is not necessary for a prize.
  5. Each exhibitor is requested to keep a list of articles exhibited as a check at the close of the fair.
  6. All showcases will be locked for exhibitors’ protection.
  7. In fairness to other exhibitors, dealers in Antiques will not be eligible to compete.

All entries to be registered online through Assist Expo in advance: https://www.assistexpo.ca/erin-agricultural-society#

Prizes: 1st: $5, 2nd: $4, 3rd: $3

1.

Ladies Bonnet

2.

Ladies' Necklace

3.

Clothes Pattern in a Package

4.

Darning Egg

5.

Men's Time Piece

6.

Potato Masher

7.

Child's Building Blocks Max 4 pieces

8.

Fountain or Feather Pen

9.

Piece of Limoge China

10.

Oil Lamp Max Heigh 12"

Class 43: Baking

Committee: Elinor Fuller(519-855-6342),Dorothy Gillespie, Marilyn Leighton, Anne Barden, Beverly Smith, , Pam Quackenbush, Danielle Taylor, Jessica Barden, Brooke Switzer, Sarah Barden, Joanne Gregson

  1. All entries must be the work of the exhibitor.
  2. All entries must be in clear plastic zipper bags with tags attached.

All entries to be registered online through Assist Expo in advance: https://www.assistexpo.ca/erin-agricultural-society#

Prizes: 1st: $5, 2nd: $4, 3rd: $3

Bread & Rolls (Yeast)

Loaf pan should be 8" x 4" x 2 1/2" min, and 9" x 5" x 3" max. Bread machine only permitted in Class 3. A whole loaf should be presented for judging.

1.

One loaf white bread

2.

3 Sourdough buns presented on a 6" plate

Quick Breads (No Yeast)

No mixes - 6" paper plates where required.

3.

Three savory tea biscuits 2 1/2" approximately in diameter

4.

Pumpkin Nut half loaf (9" x 5" x 3" pan approximately)

Cookies and Squares

To be exhibited on a 6" paper plate

5.

Three Chocolate Brownies 1 1/2" square approximately

6.

Three Peanut Butter Cookies 2 1/2" diameter max

Pastry, Pies and Tarts

7.

Three Butter Tarts with fruit

8.

Spiced Apple Pie, 2 crust

9.

Brown Sugar Fudge 4 pieces x 2" square (approx) displayed on a 6" plate

Large Cakes

10.

Slab white cake Decorated with the theme "LOCKED DOWN IN ERIN" (9" x 12")

Class 44: Junior Crafts

Committee: Robin Brooks (519-855-9726), Debi Clare, Pat Brubacher, Emily Brooks, Natalie Brooks

  1. Please include child's age so that it is visible when the entry tag is folded in its closed position.
  2. All entries must be the work of the child. Parents are encouraged to allow the children to prepare the exhibits without assistance. Encourage them in every way but remember that every bit of work you do for them defeats the objectives of the Fair.
  3. All pictures and paintings must not exceed 8 1/2" x 11" unless otherwise noted.
  4. Examples of any mediume would be: paint, markers, crayons, pencil crayons, oil pastels, bingo dabbers, chalk, ribbon, yarn, string, lace, feathers, buttons, pompoms, stickers, paper, fabric, noodles, shells, puzzle pieces, flowers, beads, sparkles, sequins, tooth picks, pipe cleaners, googly eyes, popsicle sticks, foam pieces, clothespins, wooden spoons, dice, play dough, felt, sponges, elastics, milk tags, gimp, items from nature, cotton balls, egg cartons, candies, etc.

All entries to be registered online through Assist Expo in advance: https://www.assistexpo.ca/erin-agricultural-society#

Prizes: 1st: $5, 2nd: $4, 3rd: $3, 4th: $2

Ages 2 and under:

PLEASE INDICATE AGE ON OUTSIDE OF ALL ENTRY TAGS AND MAKE SURE ALL RULES HAVE BEEN READ AND FOLLOWED

1.

Ripped Paper Pumpkin - using pieces of ripped construction paper glue onto a pumpkin shape.

2.

Marble Painting - place a piece of paper into a box with lid, add paint randomly and marbles , close lid and let the child shake the marbles all around to make a picture

Ages 3 & 4

PLEASE INDICATE AGE ON OUTSIDE OF ALL ENTRY TAGS AND THAT ALL RULES HAVE BEEN READ AND FOLLOWED.

3.

Sock Puppet - using a sock and any medium and make a puppet that is ready for the show.

4.

Painting with nature objects - using a variety of objects found in nature create a one of a kind print.

Ages 5 - 7

PLEASE INDICATE AGE ON OUTSIDE OF ALL ENTRY TAGS AND THAT ALL RULES HAVE BEEN READ AND FOLLOWED

5.

Collage of New and Old Buildings - create a collage covering all of your paper with new and old buildings (May use magazines or pictures from the internet.)

6.

Paper bag Puppet of GrandParent - create a puppet of your grandparent using a paper bag (lunch sized) and any other medium , include a picture for reference.

Ages 8 - 11

PLEASE INDICATE AGE ON OUTSIDE OF ALL ENTRY TAGS AND THAT ALL RULES HAVE BEEN READ AND FOLLOWED.

7.

Pine Cone and Nature Wreath - Using any medium make and decorate a nature wreath ready to hang on your front door not to exceed 18” x18”

8.

Computer Designed “Thanks” giving card - using any type of computer program, design a one of a kind “Thanks” giving card not to exceed 4” x 6”.

Ages 12 - 16

PLEASE INDICATE AGE ON OUTSIDE OF ALL ENTRY TAGS AND THAT ALL RULES HAVE BEEN READ AND FOLLOWED.

9.

Corn Husk Doll - Using a corn husk create a doll and decorate in Pioneer type clothing.

10.

Any Tie-Dyed Article

Junior Gardening & Horticulture

PLEASE INDICATE AGE ON OUTSIDE OF ALL ENTRY TAGS AND THAT ALL RULES HAVE BEEN READ AND FOLLOWED

11.

Down Memory Lane - A collection of dried Natural materials in an unusual container.

12.

Oddest shaped vegetable grown by the child.

Junior Photography

Photos must have been taken by the exhibitor, Include one print only in each section mounted on construction paper with a one inch border. Not to exceed 5 x 7. PLEASE INDICATE AGE ON OUTSIDE OF ALL TAGS AND THAT ALL RULES HAVE BEEN FOLLOWED

13.

Nest in a tree- any type of nest in a tree Ages 7 and under

14.

Horse in a field Ages 7 and under

15.

Church - in (black and white) Ages 8-16

16.

Dirt road Ages 8 - 16

Class 45: Special Needs

Committee: Philippa Bodolai, Suzanne Whaley, Lindsay Bodolai

  1. This section is opoen to anyone with a physical or developmental disability.
  2. All entries may be completed using hand over hand if needed.
  3. There is no age limit for this Class.

All entries to be registered online through Assist Expo in advance: https://www.assistexpo.ca/erin-agricultural-society#

Prizes: 1st: $5, 2nd: $4, 3rd: $3, 4th: $2

Section: Crafts

1.

Picture collage – find pictures of horses doing farm work and make a collage not to exceed 8 1/2" x 11”

2.

Thanksgiving Harvest Basket – using a basket not to exceed 12”, create a display using fruits, vegetables and flowers.

3.

Wooden Spoon Farm Animal – using a wooden spoon and any medium, create an animal that you would see on a farm.

4.

Clay Pot Spider – use any medium and a 3” or 4” clay pot to create a Hallowe’en spider

5.

Fruit and Vegetable Prints – not to exceed 12" x 18" using different pieces of fruit and vegetables dip them into paint and press onto a sheet of paper

6.

Finger Print Apple Tree - not to exceed 12" x 12" Use your arm and hand as the trunk and branches and your fingers as apples and leaves.

7.

Crayon Melt Art – Canvas not to exceed 11” x 14” Melt crayons on canvas to make a colourful masterpiece.

Photography

Photos can be taken by someone else but mounted and/or framed by the exhibitor. Creative mounting is encouraged.

8.

A photograph of a field of crops. Not to exceed 5” x 7”

9.

A photograph of a barn. Not to exceed 5” x 7”

10.

A photograph of a vegetable or flower garden. Not to exceed 5” x 7”

Class 46: Junior Foods

Committee: Robin Brooks (519-855-9726), Debi Clare, Lindsay Clare, Emily Brooks, Natalie Brooks

  1. Entries should be placed on small paper plates and covered with clear plastic bags or plastic wrap (provided by the exhibitor) with the exception of cakes which must be on sturdy cardboard covered with foil.
  2. Please indicate age on outside of entry tag.

All entries to be registered online through Assist Expo in advance: https://www.assistexpo.ca/erin-agricultural-society#

Prizes: 1st: $5, 2nd: $4, 3rd: $3, 4th: $2

Ages 6 and Under

Please indicate age on outside of entry tag.

1.

No Bake Cinnamon Rolls - Display 3 pieces on a small plate. Recipe follows. Ingredients - 2 slices white bread- no crusts, 2 tbsp each of butter, cinnamon sugar, icing sugar, 1/8 tsp of water or as needed
Instructions - Using a rolling pin, roll out bread until flat. Butter the bread and sprinkle with cinnamon sugar. Roll up tightly and cut into pieces. Mix icing sugar with water to make thin frosting, drizzle over bread. Display 3 pieces on a small plate.

2.

Fall Teepee - Using an upside down ice cream cone, decorate to create a fall themed teepee

3.

Pancake - make one pancake and display on a paper plate with your favourite toppings.

Ages 7 - 11

Please indicate age on outside of entry tag.

4.

Soda Biscuits use the following recipe to make and display 3 biscuits with 1 cut in 1/2 Ingredients:
3 1/3 cups flour
1 tsp salt
1 tsp baking soda
Milk
What to do:
Preheat the oven to 425ºF.
Take a large bowl and fill it with flour.
Then, proceed to scoop in one tablespoon of milk at a time until the dough turns stiff. Set aside.
Get a separate bowl where you can dissolve the baking soda in a tablespoon of milk. Afterward, pour it into the stiff dough mixture.
Roll the dough out until it turns into a fine, thin layer.
Cut circles using a cookie cutter and then bake them in an oven for 15 minutes until the edges turn brown.

5.

Oatmeal Raisin cookies- 3 cookies

6.

Chocolate Truffles- 4 pieces

Ages 12 - 16

Please indicate age on outside of entry tag.

7.

Maple Fudge- 4 x 1” pieces

8.

Pioneer Breakfast - will be judged on appearance

9.

Cornmeal Muffins - 3 displayed cut 1 in ½

CANNING - Open to all ages - Please indicate age on outside of entry tag.

Jars must be sealed with new lids, half-pin, 8oz jars, or metric equivalent.

10.

Marmalade or Jam made from a fruit that comes from a tree (include recipe)

11.

Dill Pickles

Heavy Horse Pull

Committee Lead: Sara Parkinson

Show will commence on Saturday, October 9th at 12:30pm.

Horses use Centre Street entrance.

All livestock/equine exhibitors must provide proof of insurance with policy number, name of insurance company and expiry date.

Prizes: 1st: $350, 2nd: $280, 3rd: $220, 4th: $170, others: $120

Sections:

7.

Best Teamster - Light

8.

Best Teamster - Heavy

9.

Comes Farthest - Light

10.

Comes Farthest - Heavy

Welsh Ponies

HORSES USE CENTRE STREET ENTRANCE

All livestock/equine exhibitors must provide proof of insurance with policy number, name of insurance company and expiry date on Entry Forms.

Committee: Jennifer Girvin (jennifer@erinfair.ca),Howie Black, Heather Black, Melissa Codlin

Sponsored in Part by:

Beaverwood Farm, Kirsten Brunner

Paul Fischbach Horseshoeing

Jennifer & Brett Girvin

Swift Creek Oil Corporation

Show to commence at 8:30 a.m. Please note new time!
Sunday October 10, 2021

Show Order: In hand classes, Under saddle classes, Driving classes

WPCAO High Points Award Show

NOTE: HALF WELSH – ONE PARENT MUST BE REGISTERED IN EITHER SECTION A, B, C OR D OF THE WELSH STUD BOOK.

Prizes: 1st: $12, 2nd: $8, 3rd: $6, others: $4

Breeding Division:

Section A: Registered in Section A of the Stud Book

1.

Two year old and under, Colt, Filly or Gelding

2.

Broodmare or Yeld Mare-- 3 yrs & over

Lionel Leach Memorial Trophy

Presented to the top Section A Broodmare.

Blackwood Acres, Guelph, Ontario, in Memory of Lionel Leach of Lianna Pony Farm

3.

Stallion or Gelding - 3 years and over

4.

Champion Stallion/gelding and reserve Prize: Rosettes only.

5.

Champion Mare and reserve Prize: Rosettes Only.

Section B:

Registered in Section B of the Stud Book

6.

Two year old and under, Colt Filly or Gelding

7.

Broodmare or Yeld Mare -- 3 years and over

8.

Stallion or Gelding - 3 years and over

9.

Champion Stallion/gelding and reserve Prize: Rosettes Only

10.

Champion Mare and reserve Prize: Rosettes only

Section C & D:

Welsh Cob - Registered in Section C or D of the Stud Book

11.

Colt, Filly or Gelding- 2 years and under

12.

Brood Mare or Yeld Mare- 3 years and over

13.

Stallion or Gelding 3 years and over.

14.

Champion Stallion, mare or gelding Prize: Rosettes Only

All Sections:

15.

Supreme Champion Welsh: Champions from all sections to compete Prize: Rosettes only

16.

Registered Half-Welsh- 2 years and under

Colt, Filly or Gelding

17.

Registered Half-Welsh- 3 years and Older

Stallion, Mare or Gelding

18.

Champion Half Welsh - 1st and 2nd place from sections 20 and 21 to compete Prize: Rosettes Only

Kintyre Farms, Vivianne MacDonald

19.

Senior Showmanship,18 yrs and over Prizes: 1st: $15, 2nd: $10, others: $5

Sections A,B,C,D or Half-Welsh

Junior Division:

All junior classes are open to section A, B, C, D and Half Welsh. Stallions are not permitted in any of the junior classes.

20.

Junior Showmanship--10 years and under Sec A,B,C,D,or Half-Welsh Prize: $10

21.

Junior Showmanship--11 to 17 years of Age - Sec. A,B,C,D or Half-Welsh Prize: $10

1st and 2nd place winners in sections 20 and 21 to compete for Howard Black Memorial Trophy

22.

Child's Leadline Pony Walk Only For Children 7 years and under Prize: Rosettes Only

23.

Child's Leadline Pony Walk/trot For Children 12 yrs & under, Prize: Rosettes only.

24.

Child's Pony- Equitation - Walk, Trot- 12 and Under Prize: Rosettes only.

25.

Child's Pony- Walk/trot- Performance and Suitability to Count. 12 and under Prize: Rosettes only.

Performance Under Saddle Division:

Prizes: 1st: $15, 2nd: $12, 3rd: $10, 4th: $8, others: $5

26.

Equitation - Junior to Ride Mare or Gelding Section A,B,C,D or Half-Welsh

27.

Pleasure Pony - Junior to Ride,mare or Gelding Sec A or B

28.

Pleasure Pony - Adult to Ride, Stallion, Mare or Gelding, Section A,B

29.

Pleasure Pony or Cob - Junior or Adult to Ride Stallion, Mare or Gelding

Section C or D

30.

Pleasure Pony - Walk/Trot/Canter, Half Welsh, Junior or Adult to ride

31.

Welsh Pony - Junior or Adult to Ride- Section A, B, C, D, Stallion, Mare or Gelding

Performance in Harness Division:

To be shown in 2 or 4 wheeled pleasure vehicle, harness type optional. Drivers to carry a whip and wear a hat, gloves and driving apron. Drivers under 18 years of age must wear ASTM approved equestrian helmet Juniors may not drive stallions

32.

Welsh Pleasure Driving Pony Section A, B, C, D - stallion, mare or gelding - novice pony or cob Prizes: 1st: $20, 2nd: $18, 3rd: $15, 4th: $12, others: $10

Pony to be in first or second year of showing in driving classes.

33.

Welsh Pleasure Driving Section A & B Stallion, Mare or Gelding Prizes: 1st: $20, 2nd: $18, 3rd: $15, 4th: $12, others: $10

junior or adult to drive

34.

Welsh Pleasure Driving Pony - Section C & D Stallion, Mare or Gelding Prizes: 1st: $20, 2nd: $18, 3rd: $15, 4th: $12, others: $10

Junior or Adult to Drive

35.

Pleasure Driving Welsh - Junior to drive, mare or gelding - Sections A, B, C, or D Prizes: 1st: $20, 2nd: $18, 3rd: $15, 4th: $12, others: $10

36.

Pleasure Driving Welsh - Novice, not to have won more than two firsts in a Welsh Pleaure Driving Class Prizes: 1st: $20, 2nd: $18, 3rd: $15, 4th: $12, others: $10

Section A, B, C or D

37.

Pleasure Driving Welsh Stake - Section A, B, C, D Stallion, Mare or Gelding Prizes: 1st: $30, 2nd: $25, 3rd: $20, 4th: $15, others: $10

Class 17: Open Horse

Committee: Marissa Mallais (marmallais208@gmail.com)

Monday, October 11th, start time 9am

Please complete warm up prior to start time.

All entries must be done in advance online at https://www.assistexpo.ca/erin-agricultural-society

Entry Fee is $3.00 per section - payable on Monday, October 11th.

For any help or questions with registration contact Marissa at marmallais208@gmail.com

Entries are due October 6th Can’t wait to see you all there, we missed you last year!

Peewee = 11 years old and under

Youth = 12 to 16 years old

Open = Open to all ages 16 and up

Sections:

1.

Lead Line Prize from the "Feed Bucket"

2.

Peewee walk, jog/trot Prizes: 1st: $15 and 15, 2nd: $12 and 12, 3rd: $10 and 10, 4th: $8 and 8, 5th: $5 and 5

3.

Youth Pleasure Prizes: 1st: $20, 2nd: $15, 3rd: $12, 4th: $10, others: $8

4.

Open Pleasure Prizes: 1st: $20, 2nd: $15, 3rd: $12, 4th: $10, others: $8

5.

Youth Horsemanship (Western Tack Only) Prizes: 1st: $20, 2nd: $15, 3rd: $12, 4th: $10, others: $8

6.

Open Horsemanship (Western Tack Only) Prizes: 1st: $20, 2nd: $15, 3rd: $12, 4th: $10, others: $8

7.

Open Costume (all ages) Prizes: 1st: $25, 2nd: $20, 3rd: $15, 4th: $12, others: $10

8.

Peewee Barrels Prizes: 1st: $15, 2nd: $12, 3rd: $10, 4th: $8, others: $5

9.

Youth Barrels Prizes: 1st: $15, 2nd: $12, 3rd: $10, 4th: $8, others: $5

10.

Open Barrels Prizes: 1st: $15, 2nd: $12, 3rd: $10, 4th: $8, others: $5

11.

Peewee Poles Prizes: 1st: $15, 2nd: $12, 3rd: $10, 4th: $8, others: $5

12.

Youth Poles Prizes: 1st: $15, 2nd: $12, 3rd: $10, 4th: $8, others: $5

13.

Open Poles

14.

Youth Stake Race Prizes: 1st: $15, 2nd: $12, 3rd: $10, 4th: $8, others: $5

15.

Open Stake Race Prizes: 1st: $15, 2nd: $12, 3rd: $10, 4th: $8, others: $5

16.

Youth Arena Race Prizes: 1st: $15, 2nd: $12, 3rd: $10, 4th: $8, others: $5

17.

Open Arena Race Prizes: 1st: $15, 2nd: $12, 3rd: $10, 4th: $8, others: $5

18.

Youth Down and Back Prizes: 1st: $15, 2nd: $12, 3rd: $10, 4th: $8, others: $5

19.

Open Down and Back Prizes: 1st: $15, 2nd: $12, 3rd: $10, 4th: $8, others: $5

Class 18:Hunter/Jumper Show

Class 18: Hunter/Jumper Show

Saturday October 9, 2021

8:30 am START

Committee: Lindsay Bodolai (519-939-8533), Debbie Walton

All Livestock/equine exhibitors must provide proof of insurance with policy number, name of insurance company, and expiry date on entry forms.

ONLINE REGISTRATION ONLY

NO ENTRIES DAY OF SHOW WILL BE ACCEPTED

PLEASE REGISTER ONLINE BY THURSDAY OCTOBER 7 AT www.showmate.net

RULES:

  1. General Rules and Regulations as listed in the fair booklet apply to everyone.
  2. All Livestock/equine exhibitors must provide proof of insurance with policy number, name of insurance company, and expiry date on entry forms.
  3. No stallions may be entered.
  4. Red ribbon must be on tail of horses that kick, prior to mounting.
  5. Dress Code – proper riding attire and helmets required and must be worn at all times while mounted.
  6. Face masks must be worn at all times and can be removed once mounted.
  7. Committee reserves the right to change or alter the program. Classes must have a minimum of 3 entries to run. Show changes and/or corrections will be posted on out Facebook Page and at the Registration Booth the day of the show. Courses will be posted by 8:00 am.
  8. No refund without vet or doctor’s certificate.
  9. All riders/horses/ponies must be in a safe, controlled manner at all times. Failure to do so will result in disqualification and immediate removal from fairgrounds.
  10. Double bridles, leg wraps and/or splint boots are not permitted in Hunter, Hack, or Equitation Divisions, but are permitted in Jumper Divisions. Standing martingales permitted in Hunter and Equitation over fences. Standing or Running Martingales permitted in Jumper Divisions.
  11. Anyone excused by the judge must leave the ring immediately. (Exception: if eliminated by refusals you may take one courtesy fence of which you have already jumped and exit the ring). Failure to do so will result in disqualification from the remainder of your classes you entered, and you will forfeit your entry fees from those classes.
  12. All riders must be wearing a number in order to compete and enter for warm up.
  13. No cross entries between cross rails and hunter divisions.
  14. Open warm up with ticket prior to each division.
  15. Lead line is open to children under the age of 8 years old. Must be led by a capable leader with a halter over top of the bridle with a correctly placed lead shank at all times. Riders to have an approved helmet and proper footwear. Riders entered in this division are not permitted to enter any other classes.

ALL ENTRIES MUST BE MADE AT www.showmate.net by Thursday October 7, 2021. Please contact Lindsay with questions at 519-939-8533. Visit www.erinfair.com under Hunter/Jumper Show, or our Facebook Page “Erin Fair Hunter/Jumper Horse Show to find links, class changes, and other important information.



    Sections:

    1.

    All entries done through showmate.net

    Class 28: Rabbit and Cavy Show

    The Erin Fall Fair Rabbit and Cavy Show

    Sunday October 10, 2021 in the Show Barn

    Exhibitors to be checked in by 9:00am. Show starts at 9:30 am.

    If anyone is new to showing and would like to enter please contact the show secretary for assistance with entries and we can also assist you on show day.

    Judging and show rules for both Rabbits and Cavies will follow the Standard of Perfection set out by the Dominion Rabbit and Cavy Breeders’ Association. Memberships to the club can be purchased through the website www.drcba.ca or at the show. A membership is not required to show however one is needed to accumulate sweepstakes points. Show updates can be found online also under Events page on the website. The Erin Fair also has a website for more information: www.erinfair.com.

    All animals entered are required to be in a travel carrier/cage with daily food and water supplied by the exhibitor.


    TO ALL EXHIBITORS:

    All Exhibitors are to enter using the North Gate Fair Entrance, on Dundas Street off Main Street (next to the Horse Ring) in Erin, Ontario. The rabbit and cavy shows are held in the “SHOW BARN” there is a sign on the barn.

    All Exhibitors will be required to pay an admission to the fair either online or at the gate: Adults are $13.50 each and Children are $6.05 each purchased online beforehand. Gate fees are Adults $18.00 and Children 5-12 are $8.00 payable by Debit and Credit. The Fair is unable to accept cash at the gate for admission.

    COVID PROTOCAL:

    Masks will be required to be worn at all times. Proof of Vaccination is required by the DRCBA club to enter the exhibitor area for showing (children under 12 exempt).

    Rabbits

    The Dominion Rabbit & Cavy Breeders Assoc. offers the following Rabbit Breeds and classes at the Erin Fall fair:

    UTILITY BREEDS:

    American Flemish Giant

    American Chinchilla French Lop

    Argente Brun German Angora

    Argente Champagne Giant Angora

    Argente Cream Giant Chinchilla

    Beveran New Zealand

    Californian Palomino

    Checkered Giant Satin

    English Lop Silver Fox

    These breeds have six showroom classes: Senior Buck, Senior Doe, (over eight months of age), Intermediate Buck, Intermediate Doe, (between six and eight months of age), Junior Buck, Junior Doe (under six months of age). They are also divided into colour varieties pertaining to the breed.

    FANCY BREEDS:

    American Fuzzy Lop Lionhead

    American Sable Mini Lop

    Belgian Hare Mini Rex

    Britannia Petite Mini Satin

    Dutch Netherland Dwarf

    Dwarf Hotot Polish

    English Angora Rex

    English Spot Rhinelander

    Florida White Satin Angora

    French Angora Silver

    Harlequin Silver Martin

    Havana Standard Chinchilla

    Himalayan Tan

    Holland Lop Thrianta

    Jersey Wooly

    These breeds have four showroom classes: Senior Buck, Senior Doe (over six months of age), Junior Buck, Junior Doe, (under six months of age). They are also divided into colour varieties pertaining to the breed.

    The following Classes are also offered: Doe & Litter – Utility, Doe and Litter – Fancy, Meat Pen (three rabbits up to five pounds), Single Fryer (one rabbit up to five pounds), Breeders Herd (one buck, two does).

    Youth Classes: one free class offered to all youth also entered in the Open Show. Youth Showmanship, and Youth Pet Rabbit.

    Entry form must include: Exhibitors name and mailing address, phone number. For each individual animal entered, include the breed, sex of animal, age group, and colour (variety).

    Entries must be sent to Show Secretary by Monday October 4, 2021, Changes will only be accepted until Wednesday October 6, 2021. Julie Martin – phone 519-855-5897 Email: smokeyhollowfarm@icloud.com

    $3.50 per entry ($3.00 for 10+ and Youth) paid on the day of Show.

    All Exhibitors will be required to pay an admission to the fair online or at the gate: Adults are $13.50 each and Children are $6.05 each purchased online gate fees are Adults $18.00 and Children 5-12 are $8.00 payable by Debit and Credit. The Fair is unable to accept cash at the gate for admission.

    Cavies

    The Dominion Rabbit and Cavy Breeders Assoc. offers the following Cavy Breeds and Classes at the Erin Fair:

    Abyssinian

    Satin Abyssinian

    Boucle

    Coronet

    Crested

    Peruvian

    Satin Peruvian

    Silkie

    Satin Silkie

    Smooth Coat

    Satin Smooth Coat

    Teddy

    Satin Teddy

    Texel

    Skinny Pig

    A.O.S.B. Cavy (state breed in description)

    Rare Variety Cavy (state breed in description)

    Boar and Son

    Sow and Litter

    Breeder’s Pen

    Breeds are subdivided into six classes as follows: Senior Boar, Senior Sow, Intermediate Boar, Intermediate Sow, Junior Boar, Junior Sow.

    *A.O.S.B. stands for any other standard breed

    Entry form must include: Exhibitors name and mailing address, phone number.

    Each entry must be listed in breed, sex of animal, age group and colour or colour grouping.

    Entries must be sent to Show Secretary by Monday October 4, 2021, Changes will only be accepted until Wednesday October 6, 2021. Julie Martin – phone 519-855-5897 Email: mailto:smokeyhollowfarm@icloud.com

    $3.50 per entry ($3.00 for 10+ and Youth) paid on the day of Show.

    Sections:

    35.

    Abyssinian

    36.

    Crested

    37.

    Peruvian

    38.

    Satin Peruvian

    39.

    Silkie

    40.

    Satin Silkie

    41.

    Teddy

    42.

    Smooth Coat

    43.

    Satin Smooth Coat

    44.

    Coronet

    45.

    Texel

    46.

    Boucle

    48.

    Rare Variety

    state breed in description

    49.

    A.O.S.B. (Any other standard breed)

    state breed in description

    50.

    Sow and Litter

    51.

    Boar and sow

    52.

    Skinny Pig

    53.

    Breeder's Pen

    Baby Show

    Saturday, October 9th, 11am, Outdoor Stage

    Committee: Rachel Patterson (647-239-6376)

    Registration must be done in advance online using Assist Expo https://www.assistexpo.ca/erin-agricultural-society#.

    No onsite registrations will be accepted.

    Youngest babies will be judged first.

    Babies will come on stage in one costume.:

    Prizes will be awarded in the following categories: Funniest, Most Creative

    1.

    Costume Class - 0-12 months

    2.

    Costume Class - 13-24 months

    Girls and Boys 0-6 months:

    3.

    0-6 months: Chubbiest Cheeks

    4.

    Most Hair

    5.

    Biggest Eyes

    Girls and Boys 7-12 months:

    6.

    7-12 months: Chubbiest Cheeks

    7.

    Best Smile

    Girls and Boys 0-24 months:

    8.

    Dressed up according to this year’s theme

    9.

    Siblings that most resemble each other (Older siblings can be up to 3 years old)

    2021 Erin Fall Fair Pumpkin Carving Contest

    (A division of the Big, BIG Veggie Contest!)

    Sponsored by Ruarri and Rachel Patterson, Charlie and Joyce Rayner

    All Pre-Carved/Pre-Decorated pumpkins will be accepted at the main gate on Thursday, October 7th between 4:00pm - 7:00pm.

    Entries to be registered online through AssistExpo https://www.assistexpo.ca/erin-agricultural-society#.
    Winners will be posted online. All pumpkins will be displayed at fair all weekend at the Agricultural Awareness Tent.

    People's Choice award will be awarded to the most popular pumpkins - all entries will automatically be considered for this award. Prize money for People's Choice $25, and $20 for runner up.

    No entry fee for Pumpkin Carving Contest in 2021.

    Prizes: 1st: $10, 2nd: $7, 3rd: $5

    Sections:

    1.

    Under 6 years old. Theme: Barnyard Animals

    Decorating ONLY. No carving. Pumpkins must be 8" diameter or smaller

    2.

    6-12 years old. Theme: Back to School.

    Pumpkins to be 12" diameter or smaller. Pumpkins to be hollowed-out and carved, no other decorations allowed.

    3.

    Special Needs. Any Theme

    Pumpkins to be 12" diameter or smaller. Decorating only - no carving.

    4.

    Open Category. Theme: Pioneer Days to Modern Ways. Prizes: 1st: $20, 2nd: $15, 3rd: $10, others: $0

    Pumpkins to be 12" diameter or smaller. Hollowed out and carved, other decorations allowed.

    Truck Pull

    (NON SANCTIONED)

    OTTPA & SWOTPA WELCOME

    * OTTPA RULES WILL STILL APPLY *

    For info – Contact Keith and Barb Switzer 519-855-6336 or 519-939-2064

    Friday, October 8, 2021 – Start time 6:30 – Weigh in 5:00 – Registration - Info to Follow

    $20.00 Hook Fee per Class.

    Everyone pays admission!

    All entries done online through Assist Expo: https://www.assistexpo.ca/erin-agricultural-society#

    Pullers and fair representatives ONLY are permitted to enter at Centre Street gate. No general admission.

    Sections 1 and 2 Restriction: Open to pullers residing in Wellington, Halton, Dufferin and Peel Counties ONLY

    Section 1 and 2 Restriction:

    Open to pullers residing in Wellington, Halton, Dufferin and Peel Counties ONLY

    1.

    6500 lb Local Gas - Plated and insured Prizes: 1st: $100 and 1st Place $100 with plaque and trophy, 2nd: $80, 3rd: $60, 4th: $40, 5th: $30

    Open to pullers residing in Wellington, Halton, Dufferin and Peel Counties ONLY

    Larry Cox Memorial

    2.

    8500 lb Local Diesel, Plated and Insured Prizes: 1st: $100 and 1st place trophy, 2nd: $80, 3rd: $60, 4th: $40, 5th: $30

    Open to pullers residing in Wellington, Halton, Dufferin and Peel Counties ONLY

    Leitch's Repair

    3.

    5600 lb Open Gas Mod Prizes: 1st: $100, 2nd: $100, 3rd: $100, 4th: $100, 5th: $100, 6th: $100

    4.

    6000 lb Super Stock Prizes: 1st: $200, 2nd: $200, 3rd: $200, 4th: $200, 5th: $200, 6th: $200, 7th: $200, 8th: $200

    5.

    6200 lb Super Mod Prizes: 1st: $300, 2nd: $300, 3rd: $300, 4th: $300, 5th: $300, 6th: $300, 7th: $300

    6.

    8200 lb Pro Street Diesel Prizes: 1st: $200, 2nd: $200, 3rd: $200, 4th: $200, 5th: $200, 6th: $200, 7th: $200, 8th: $200

    7.

    9000 lb Run what you Brung Prizes: 1st: $500, 2nd: $400, 3rd: $300, 4th: $200, 5th: $100

    26” Hitch Height, Driveshaft Hoops, Fire Extinguisher

    Tractor Pull

    (NON SANCTIONED)

    OTTPA & SWOTPA WELCOME

    * OTTPA RULES WILL STILL APPLY *

    For Info – Contact Keith and Barb Switzer 519-855-6336 or 519-939-2064

    Saturday, October 9, 2021 – Start Time 6:00 – Weigh in 4:30 Registration – Info to Follow

    $20 Hook Fee per Class.

    Everyone pays admission!

    All entries done online through Assist Expo: https://www.assistexpo.ca/erin-agricultural-society#

    Pullers and fair representatives ONLY are permitted to enter at Centre Street gate. No general admission.

    Sections 8, 9, 15 and 16 restriction: Pullers must reside within 30 km of Town of Erin and 20” draw bar


    Sections 8, 9, 15 and 16 restriction::

    Pullers must reside within 30 km of Town of Erin and 20" draw bar

    8.

    5500 lb Local Vintage Prizes: 1st: $100, 2nd: $80, 3rd: $60, 4th: $40, 5th: $30

    Pullers must reside within 30 km of Town of Erin and 20" draw bar

    Jim's BBQ Chicken

    9.

    6500 lb Local Vintage Prizes: 1st: $100, 2nd: $80, 3rd: $60, 4th: $40, 5th: $30

    Pullers must reside within 30 km of Town of Erin and 20" draw bar

    Ed Stewart Memorial Challenge Trophy

    10.

    7500 lb Pro-Stock Prizes: 1st: $250, 2nd: $250, 3rd: $250, 4th: $250, 5th: $250

    11.

    6100 lb Single Engine Mod Prizes: 1st: $250, 2nd: $250, 3rd: $250, 4th: $250, 5th: $250, 6th: $250

    12.

    8000 lb Mod Farm Prizes: 1st: $150, 2nd: $150, 3rd: $150, 4th: $150, 5th: $150, 6th: $150

    13.

    10500 lb Mod Farm Prizes: 1st: $200, 2nd: $200, 3rd: $200, 4th: $200, 5th: $200, 6th: $200

    14.

    9000 lb Pro Stock Prizes: 1st: $300, 2nd: $300, 3rd: $300, 4th: $300, 5th: $300

    15.

    15000 lb Out of Field (No Mods) Prizes: 1st: $100, 2nd: $80, 3rd: $60, 4th: $40, 5th: $30

    Pullers must reside within 30 km of Town of Erin and 20" draw bar

    16.

    22000 Out of Field (No Mods) Prizes: 1st: $100 and 1st Place Trophy, 2nd: $80, 3rd: $60, 4th: $40, 5th: $30

    Pullers must reside within 30 km of Town of Erin and 20" draw bar

    Ted Terry Memorial

    Demolition Derby

    Featuring: Xtreme Productions – xtremeproductions@sympatico.ca

    Committee: Carla Butcher (519-829-0612 or carladeacon6@gmail.com )

    Visit www.erinfair.com for Demolition Derby Rules & Regulations. 4 cylinder and 8 cylinder, figure 8

    Entry Fee: $40 per car, Maximum Number of Entries: 70 cars (Pre-Entry Advised)

    Pre-registration is done through Assist Expo: https://www.assistexpo.ca/erin-agricultural-society#

    Tech Check at Erin Agricultural Society, 190 Main St. Erin (Fair Grounds) after 8am

    Please note - for the 2021 Erin Fair, the Demo Derby will take place on Monday, October 11th at 11am.

    Only Derby cars, fair representatives, and Xtreme Productions personnel permitted to enter at Centre St. gate.

    Children under 13 years of age are NOT permitted in the pit area.

    Fair representatives may escort anyone to the grandstands at any time. Anyone in the pit area without a pit pass may be asked to leave the pit area. Alcohol is NOT permitted on the grounds. Drivers found consuming alcohol or drugs prior to or during the event may be removed from the event. All spectators must be seated in the grandstands - bring a blanket or lawn chair. Standing in front of the bleachers is NOT permitted. Cars/trucks/trailers left overnight may be removed at owner’s expense.

    Sections:

    1.

    4 Cylinder

    2.

    8 Cylinder

    3.

    Figure 8

    Antique Tractor Show - Pre 1965

    Committee: Curtis Marshall (519-400-0762), Kris Switzer, Clarence Brown, Jim White, Geoff White, Brendan White, Lloyd Brown, Vic Van Oosten, Murray Russell, Ed Barden, Jamie Cheyne, Duncan Armstrong, Dennis Procter, Brooke Switzer

    Exhibitors: Please bring your tractors, equipment etc. on Friday, October 8 between 3 & 5 p.m.

    Vintage Tractors and Equipment on Display and working demonstrations throughout the weekend.

    People’s Choice Award to be voted on by visitors to the fair all weekend long. Ballots to be counted at 2:30pm Monday afternoon.

    $75, Craig Switzer Memorial Trophy, 2nd prize $25

    Sponsored by: Erin Agricultural Society

    For further information contact:

    Curtis Marshall 519-400-0762, curtismarshallwlu@yahoo.com or

    Jamie Cheyne 519-855-6310, cheyne.j61@gmail.com or

    Kris Switzer (519) 577-1615 kcsap@hotmail.com

    Sections:

    1.

    People's Choice Award

    Best in Show as voted by fairgoers!

    Fair Promotion Competition

    Committee: Mary Ross (519-833-7289)

    All entries must be done online through AssistExpo: https://www.assistexpo.ca/erin-agricultural-society#

    1. Create a roadside, home, school, or business display featuring a legible sign including the dates October 8, 9, 10 & 11 and/or Thanksgiving weekend and Erin Fall Fair.
    2. The display should illustrate this year’s theme: "Pioneer Days to Modern Ways".
    3. Extra points will be given for using a variety of agricultural products and/or equipment in your display.
    4. The display must be within viewing distance from the road (businesses may use window display).
    5. Minimum size 4’ x 4’, maximum size unlimited.
    6. Judges will base their decision on
      1. Readability of the sign
      2. Illustration of the theme
      3. Creativity
      4. Use of agricultural products and/or equipment
    7. Display must be completed and ready for judging by Monday, September 27th and remain up until the fair.
    8. Photographs of all entries will be displayed in the hall throughout the weekend with the winners identified; prize money will be available at the fair office on Monday, October 11th at 4:45pm.


    Prizes: 1st: $125, 2nd: $100, 3rd: $75, 4th: $50, 5th: $25

    Sections:

    1.

    Business

    2.

    School and Community Groups

    3.

    Residential

    4.

    Non-Profit Groups

    For individual breakdown of each classes, contest or event please visit the appropriate pages:
    Homecraft Exhibitors | Animal Exhibitors | Automotive Exhibitors | Special Classes/Events