Group Displays

Section M

CONTACT: Maureen Thompson 613-659-2053
ENTRY FEE: 10% of prize money.
PRIZES: $5 - $4 - $3 for the top three exhibits in each class
Highest point display - Rosettes for the top 3
Most visually attractive display - $10 plus Rosette
$10 for each participating group

Open to any group, organization or members of a family.
- All displays must be in place between 7:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. on Thursday, July 20.
- Space is limited (approximately three feet of flat table space will be allowed; width is approximately 30 inches).
- Backdrops are permissible and exhibits can be hung. Tablecloths can be used.
- Do not hang banners, identifying the group, until after judging.
- No identifying logos to be used on the displays/exhibits (e.g. 4-H logo).
- Each display must contain only seven exhibits chosen from the twelve classes listed below.
- Each exhibit should relate to the fair theme.
- Exhibits must be the work of the group’s members and no kits are to be used.
- Entry tags must be attached to all exhibits.
- Exhibits may be displayed on or with small accessories/enhancements (e.g. bookstands, fabric lid covers, etc.)
- Attach a sample of material (SMA) or a sample of yarn (SYA) if requested.
- “The most visually attractive display” will be judged first.
- Each group must select one member to bring exhibits to the judge’s table and stay to observe the judging. The member
must be present at the display by 9:15 a.m. on Friday, July 21.
- Total points awarded by the judge for each exhibit will be added up for the most points to establish the highest point display.
- Only exhibits meeting exact criteria will be judged. Exhibits that are not the correct size will not be judged and points will not be awarded.

2017 THEME: Celebrating 150 Years of Canada “Down Home on the Farm”

1. Country style half apron
2. English Ivy plant in clay pot
3. Collection of old keys displayed on tin plate
4. Homemade biscuits (3) displayed in a basket - judged on appearance only
5. Butter press, decorated
6. Ladle decorated (soup or water ladle)
7. Antique iron decorated with material scraps
8. Kerosene lamp, decorated
9. Hot water bottle with a decorative cover
10. Recipe for a “Hearty Bounty Casserole”
11. Wreath for a farm house door
12. Item made from a feed sack

Displays must be dismantled at 5:30 p.m. on Sunday evening.


2017 Fair Dates...

July 21 to 23, 2017
Gates open at 3pm!

Homecraft Registration
July 20 at 7pm and
July 21 at 8am

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Daily Pass:
Adults (13 & Up) - Friday $8, Saturday $10, Sunday $10

Weekend Pass - Adults $18 (Available at the Gates)

Kids (12 & under) - Free everyday!

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Available until July 20, at 4:00 p.m.
at these locations:
Gananoque Pharmasave, Sears, Lucky Dollar, Rapid Valley Restaurant, Lion’s Den, J. W. Lackie & Sons, Hilltop Coffee Shop, Twist’s Outlet, Lansdowne Freshmart, Purcell’s Freshmart Mallorytown, Wing’s Live Bait

Please Note: Advance Midway Bracelets WILL NOT be sold at the Lansdowne Fair Office. 

LAS Meetings

The Lansdowne Agricultural Society meets the first Tuesday of every month at 7pm; unless otherwise advertised.

The Junior Fairboard meets the last Tuesday of the month at 7pm.
See Information tab for details.