Youth
Exhibitions

Exhibitor Prize Book ~ Junior Competition

Open to all children and youth ages 1 to 17 years old

Committee Chairperson is Moiken Penner 519-353-

General Rules:

  • No entry fee is required to exhibit in the Junior Competition.  This means that youth 17 years and younger do not have to be a member of the Agricultural Society in order to exhibit.   However, youth are still required to obtain a Youth Membership Number (no fee) and to use that number on each of their entries for identification.   Youth are also required to complete an Entry Form for the entries placed for competition.   Each entry must have an Entry Tag attached to it, indicating the exhibitor number, plus the class and section being entered.
  • All entries are brought to the Palace, at Rotary Park, either Friday evening between 6:30-8:30pm or Saturday morning between 9 and 11:30am.  
  • Younger children may exhibit in categories for older age exhibits but older youth may not enter into younger aged categories.
  • All entries must be the original work of the exhibitor, unless otherwise stated.
  • For more detail, please refer to Homecraft Judging Guidelines, as it is very similar for youth and children. 
  • All entries must remain in the Palace until 4:30pm on Sunday when they are to then be promptly removed.
Youth Exhibitions

Fair Day Contests

Organized by Lori & Wayne Bryce: 519-353-5460
All bikes and rides gather at the Kids Ring unless otherwise advised, at 12 noon on Sunday of Fair Day

Best Decorated Bicycle and Rider

Categories: Boys ages 3-6; 7-10, 11-13 years and Girls ages  3-6; 7-10; 11-13 years

Best Decorated Tricycle and Rider

Categories:  Boys ages 3-6  and Girls ages 3-6

NEW – Best Decorated Bicycle & Rider, ages 14 to adult

Prizes:  1st $8.00, 2nd $6.00, 3rd $4.00, all other worthy competitors $2.00

 

School Work

Since the Fall Fair began back in 1856, the Agricultural Society has welcomed schools and pupils to enter their school work into competition to be displayed at the Fall Fair.    In the beginning, there were many rural schools who found it exciting to compete between schools.  More recently students at Paisley Central School have entered into competitions at the school.  Each winter, a list of competitions is given to the teachers and they have their pupils prepare their best work for the competition.  At the end of June, all the work is judged in the school gymnasium and stored for the summer.

At the Fall Fair, all of the school work is put up for display and students are able to see their work and the results of the judging.     Kim Grant is the coordinator and works with the school to get the work done.     Monetary prizes are awarded and the money is ready to pick up on Fair Day at the Secretary’s trailer.   Money not picked up is delivered to the school the following week for distribution.

Paisley Fall Fair
Ambassador Competition

Laura Fullerton    519-389-7227
Deanna Tanner, Sarah Stewart