Junior Division


  • Exhibitors in Junior Classes Sections 220 to 273 inclusive, are not required to be members of the Agricultural Society and NO entry fee will be deducted.
  • If juniors exhibit in classes other than junior classes, they must purchase $6 membership to exhibit other items.
  • ENTRY FORMS WITH YOUR AGE AND ADDRESS MUST BE COMPLETED – so that your prize money can be delivered. This form is available on our website or in the center of the fair book.
  • All items entered in the fair require that a fair entry tag is affixed to the item.  These tags may be picked up at the Fair Office the week of the fair.  Also, all items need to be listed on an entry form, located in the center of this book.
  • Children may only enter in the class designated for their own age group. (Age is determined as of the Wednesday of the fair.)
  • All entries must be made or grown by the exhibitor
  • Only one entry per exhibitor in each section
  • The exhibition hall will be open on Wednesday evening from 7:00 – 9:00, and on Thursday morning from 9:00 to 11:30 to receive entries
  • Exhibits must be removed between 3:30 and 4:30 on Sunday
  • It is the exhibitor’s responsibility to ensure that your exhibits are collected.  The Vankleek Hill Agricultural Society is not responsible for lost items, although we do everything in our power to ensure the safety and proper collection of all exhibits.  We are also not responsible for delivering items left in the hall past the pick-up time on Sunday.
  • Prize money and special prizes are typically available for pickup on Sunday afternoon. Please see the director in the hall before leaving with your exhibits

Special Prize: For the most points in each junior class, $4 donated by Valerie Allen

For the runner-up in each junior class, $2 donated by Valerie Allen.

CLASS – 4 Years Old

Prize Money – $3, $2.50, $2.00, $1.50

  1.  Paint a rock to look like a Canadian flag
  1.  Print your first name on unlined paper 5 ½” x 8 ½”
  1.  Draw a picture of yourself on 8 ½ ” x 11″ paper
  1.  Use glue and glitter and make a display of Canada Day fireworks on 8 ½ ” x 11″ paper

CLASS – 5 Years Old

Prize Money – $3, $2.50, $2.00, $1.50

  1.  Use popsicle sticks to make a Canadian flag.  Paint
  2.  Using a paper plate make a Canada goose by adding a face, feathers, etc.
  3.  Use a brown paint footprint, to make a moose head on paper.  Add decorations.
  4.  Use a paper lunch bag and make a Canadian Beaver

CLASS – 6 Years Old

Prize Money – $3, $2.50, $2.00, $1.50

  1.   Using the outside ring of a paper plate, make a Canadian wreath, decorated.
  2.  Make a sign that says “I Love Canada” on 8 1/2” x 11” paper.  Add a photo of you and other decorations.
  1.  Use your hand shape for a maple leaf, and make it into a Canadian flag
  2.  Using popsicle sticks, make three hockey sticks, decorated, displayed on a plate.

CLASS – 7 Years Old

Prize Money – $3, $2.50, $2.00, $1.50

  1.  Use shells to decorate a picture frame, and put a summer photo of your photo in it.
  2.  Finger Print Canadian card – use painted fingerprints to create Canadian animals or scenery. Accessories may be added with a marker or other accents.
  3.  Use a paper towel roll to make a totem pole.
  4.  Use a paper bag as the base and create a Canadian moose.

CLASS – 8 Years Old

Prize Money – $4, $3.50, $3, $2

  1.   Use a pine cone to make a beaver
  2.   Use a paper plate to create a “Canadian” wall hanging. Ready to hang.
  1.   Paint a scene that includes an Inuksuk on 8 ½”x 11” paper
  2.   Use a toilet paper or paper towel roll decorated to resemble a Mountie

CLASS – 9 Years Old

Prize Money – $4, $3.50, $3, $2


  1.  Use a variety of Canadian Maple leaves (real or created) to outline a picture frame.  Include a photo of you in Canada. Decorations accepted.
  2. Write “Canada” in block letters and colour in using various designs. Decorate with any medium.
  3.  Paint & decorate 3 popsicle sticks to make Canadian characters (RCMP, Beaver, Moose, Snowman, etc.). A display on a plate.
  4.  Make a Canadian windsock

CLASS  – 10 /11 Years Old

Prize Money – $4, $3.50, $3, $2

  1.  Create a Birthday Card for Canada.
  2.  Create an igloo out of sugar cubes.  Accessories acceptable. A display on a plate.
  1.  Create a Canadian banner, any medium
  2.  Make a Canadian wreath, any medium

CLASS  – 12 to 15 Years Old

Prize Money – $4, $3.50, $3, $2

  1. Using any medium, create a Canadian wall hanging
  2.  Make a table decoration on a Canadian theme
  3.  Create napkin holders (4) on Canadian theme
  1.  Make a Canadian log cabin out of pretzel sticks.  Add accessories. A display on a plate.
  2.  Create a Canadian mobile

CLASS – All ages to 18

Prize Money – $5, $4, $3, $2

  1.  Create an Inuksuk out of food items.  A display on a plate.
  2. A Canadian decoration made from clay flower pot(s) as a base
  3.  Make a create display of Canadian coins
  1.  Create a map of Canada out of any medium, include names and symbols for each province/territory
  2.   Create an iPhone/iPod holder so you can be hands-free
  3.  Scrapbook page (12”x12”) framed – on the theme – My Canadian Trip
  4.  Chocolate chip cookies, 5, on a plate in a Ziplock bag
  1.  Canadian Banner made out of any medium
  1.  Decorate the letter of your first name to be hung on your bedroom wall
  2.  Three to five 4″ x 6″ colour photos, theme – “What I Love About Canada” mounted with captions

Champlain in Bloom

  1.  “New To You” – a gift/decoration using recycled items
  2.  “ O’ Canada” – a small floral display in red and white


The object of the fair is to supplement and encourage junior activities as organized by the Ontario 4-H. It is also to improve the educational value of the fair and to develop new exhibitors for the future, by stimulating the interest of young people in the fair.

We encourage exhibitors to follow the 4-H motto of:   “Learn to Do By Doing”.


  • Open to any member of an organized 4-H club from Fall 2016 through to Summer 2017.
  • Entries must be exhibited with an entry tag containing the exhibitor’s name and 4-H Club.
  • The hall will be open on Wednesday evening 7 pm to 9 pm and Thursday morning between 9:00 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. to receive exhibits.

All hall exhibits are to be removed on Sunday, August 20th, between 3:30 p.m. and 4.30 p.m.

  • All food to be exhibited on disposable plates covered with clear plastic bags.
  • Previous day’s baking is desired and “Culinary Art” rules apply to 4-H Baking
  • Collections to be exhibited on bristol board.



(Open to All 4-H Club Members from Prescott County)


Sections 265 – 272: 1st – $5; 2nd – $4; 3rd – $3; 4th – $2

  1. Dinner rolls, 3, on a plate
  2. Create display of 4-H calf club memories
  3. A collection of 4 photos depicting theme “Having Fun in 4-H”, mounted and labeled.
  4. Scrapbooking, any size, 3 pages minimum
  5. Knitted Dish Cloth
  6. Soybeans, 10 lbs., any variety

Cloverbud Entries:

  1. A clay pot, made by member, in either the pinch pot or coil technique, painted
  2. An article of clothing tie-dyed using natural dyes. Must list dyes.


  1. Three Sided Backdrop exhibit (with added books/work samples, if applicable).

Rules For 4-H Club Exhibits:

  • Open to all 4-H clubs from Prescott County

Counties who have completed a project in the Fall of 2016 through to the Summer of 2017.

  • Approximately one meter of space will be allowed for each club exhibit.
  • An exhibit must represent a club, not an individual member.
  • Exhibits must have a suitable title and include club name.
  • No more than one display per 4-H Club.
  • Exhibits may be placed in the hall on Wednesday, of the Fair  between 7 pm and 9 pm and

Thursday of the fair between 9:00 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. and removed Sunday, August 20th, between 3:30 & 4:30 p.m.

  • Notify Cheri Barton by August 8th, 2017 of your intention to display a club exhibit. Call 613-678-3017


A $15.00 prize will be given to each credible and deserving exhibit.