Chairperson – Marilyn Labow – (613) 582-3969
Committee – Esther White ,  Carole Whitmore

1. All exhibits to be placed on Thursday July 21, 2022 from 2-4pm & 7-9pm
2. Judging will commence at 9am on Friday, July 22, 2022.
3. One entry per person or household in each section.
4. All exhibits in this class must be as specified, or not eligible for competition. Also, in case of no competition, unless the exhibit is worthy, the prize will be withheld.
5. Gift certificates and merchandise to be picked up at Fair Office after 5pm on Sunday, July 24, 2022.
6. Containers or bottled goods will be opened by the Judge.
7. All containers must be glass jars, no wax.
8. Exhibits should be on a disposable plate, entry tag stapled to the plate and in a plastic bag.
9. Heritage Hall will be closed to the public on Sunday 24, 2022 between 4:00pm and 5pm, Only Exhibition Hall Committees are permitted on Sunday, July 24, 2022, exhibitors may pick up their entries between 5pm & 6pm sharp.
10.All exhibits must be the produce of the exhibitor.

Class 30

For sizes please see “Tips and Hints” after the specials.

Prize Money: $6, $4, $2 (unless otherwise stated)
Bread and Yeast Products (No Bread Machines)
1. White bread
2. 5 White Rolls in a basket

3. 3 Slices Irish Soda Bread with raisins

Sweet Loaf, Biscuits & Muffins
4. 3 Carrot Muffins, without liners
5. Cinnamon Coffee Cake loaf (half loaf)
6. Banana Bread (half loaf)

Cakes & Squares (2 inch square)
8. 3 pieces carrot cake, iced
9. 3 pieces red velvet cake with cream cheese icing
10. 3 pieces chocolate cake, iced

Squares (approx. 1.5 inch square)
11. 3 pieces Rice Krispie squares
12. 3 pieces lemon square

13. 3 pieces cranberry square

14. 3 pieces of brownies

Cookies – 3 of each (approx. 2-2.5 inch” in size)
15. 3 gingersnaps
16. 3  raisin oatmeal cookies
17. 3 Chocolate cookies
18. 3 Peanut butter cookies

Pastries (one piece from a 9” pie) Fillings to be Home Made
19. Crumble top Apple Pie
20. Blueberry Pie
21. Strawberry Rhubarb  Pie

Class 32

Prize Money: $6, $4, $2

All containers must be glass jars, no wax

Pint (500 ml) or 1/2 pint(250 ml) jars only used in all classes and sealed with new lids only- No Wax.  tags to be tied on with no decorations or coloured ribbons.

1. Applesauce, plain
2. Strawberry Jam
3. Blueberry Jam
4. Stewed Rhubarb, Sweetened

Class 33

Miscellaneous
Prize Money: $6, $4, $
2

Pint (500 ml) or 1/2 pint (250 ml) jars only used in all classes and sealed with new lids only- No Wax.  tags to be tied on with no decorations or coloured ribbons.
1. Red Pepper Jelly
2. Beet Pickles
3. Bread and Butter Pickles
4. Chili Sauce

Class 33A

Specials
Prize Money: 1st $7, 2nd $5
S1. 3 pieces White Cake, Brown sugar icing
S2. 3 pieces Nanaimo Bars
S3. 3 Butter Tarts, with out liners
S4. 3 pieces Maple Syrup cake, with Maple Syrup icing                                         S5. Chocolate Zucchini Bread  – half loaf                                                                                                                                                                                                Best of Fair Prize(S6-S9): Rosettes & $6.00 Chosen from first place winners

S6. Best Sweet Loaf, Biscuit or Muffin of Fair
S7. Best Piece of Pie of Fair
S8. Best Cake of Fair                                                                                               S9. Best Cookie of Fair

      Tips and Hints
(from Home Craft Judging Standards for Ontario Fairs 2009) Cookies ~ 2 – 2 1/2 inch round
Drop Cookies ~ soft, slightly moist, tender
Squares ~ approx. 1 1/2  inch square
Squares ~ Should be clean cut, no outside edges

Bars – 1 1/2 inch by 1 inch rectangular

Cakes – 2 inch by 2 inch

Class 33B

Butter Tart COMPETITION

Prize Money: 1st $6, 2nd $4

  1. A total of 3 tarts to be shown at Fair level.
  2. Tarts must be full size tarts ( not mini or bite size)
  3. Only raisins are to be included.
  4. First prize exhibitor qualifies to enter District Competition in the Fall of 2022.
  5. District winner qualifies to enter OAAS Competition, read District & OAAS Competition rules in OAAS section of book (very back).OAAS Convention competition in February 2023.

Class 33C
Youth Plain Chocolate Chip Cookie Competition (no nuts) Prize money: 1st $5., 2nd $3., 3rd $1

  1. Contest is open to all youth up to age 15 years.
  2. 4 cookies to be displayed on a plate in a bag & tagged at fair level. See OAAS rules for more details.
  3. Plain Chocolate chip cookies with no nuts.
  4. Must be no larger than 3 inches ( 6.75cm) and no smaller than 2 inches ( 5cm).
  5. First prize exhibitor qualifies to enter District Competition in the Fall of 2022.
  6. District winner qualifies to enter OAAS Competition in February 2023.