SEPTEMBER 10 TO 13 2020 - Phone: (905) 983-9510 - Email: [email protected]
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Orono Fair

September 10th - 13th 2020

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Celebrating 168 years of the Orono Fair

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VEGETABLES FRUIT CLASS 46

Chairperson: ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………Ron Robinson 905 259 3325, [email protected]
Committee: …………………………………………..Alvin Yeo, Terry Hollingsworth, Gord Whealy, Pete Speziale, Jonas Ingi, Campbell Stephenson, Brenda Stephenson
Rules and Regulations:
1. Exhibits in this class must be in charge of the arranging committee before 12 noon Thursday, September 5th, at the Agricultural Building, when the doors shall be closed and no person admitted other than those officially engaged.
2. Exhibits to remain until 4:00 p.m. Sunday, Sept 8th and must be picked up by owner between 4 and 5p.m. or prize money will not be awarded and entry’s discarded.
3. Roots should have tops trimmed one-half inch above crown. Tomatoes should have stem on. Onions must not be peeled.
4. All other general rules and regulations apply where applicable.
5. Committee will supply paper plates to display.

JUNIOR EXHIBITOR CLASS
Prize Money: $5.00; $4.00; $3.00; $2.00
1. Cucumber, slicing (2)
2. Beets (2)
3. Carrots (2)
4. Cabbage (1)
5. Onions, any variety (2)
6. Squash, any variety (1)
7. Tomatoes, red (stem on, 2)
8. Most oddly shaped vegetable
9. Zucchini (1)
10. Potato, any variety (2)
Junior Exhibitor with most points$10.00 donated by Fruit and Vegetable Committee
ADULT CLASSES
Prize Money: 1st $6.00 2nd $5.00 3rd $4.00
11. Slicing Cucumbers (2)
12. Beets, blood table (3)
13. Carrots, red table (3)
14. Table corn without husks (3 cobs)
15. Cabbage, winter (1)
16. Cabbage, red (1)
17. Collection of yellow beans (6)
18. Onions, yellow (3)
19. Onions, red (3)
20. Onions, Spanish (3)21. Parsnips (3)
21. Eggplant ,purple (2)
22. Pumpkins. Pie (2)
23. Pumpkins. Field (2)
24. Peppers, Sweet red (2)
25. Peppers, Sweet green (2)
26. Zucchini(2)
27. Squash. Hubbard. green (1)
28. Squash. Hubbard. yellow (1)
29. Squash. Butternut (1)
30. Squash. Buttercup (1)
31. Squash. Pepper (1)
32. Tomatoes, red stem on (2)
33. Tomatoes, cherry, red. stem on (3)
34. Garlic (3 bulbs)
35. Potatoes, Superior. 2 litre.
36. Potatoes, Kennebec, 2 litre
37. Potatoes other named 2litre
38. Potatoes, red variety, 2litre
39. Potatoes, collection, 3 varieties (1 each & named)
40. Collection green beans(6)
41. Collection of Onions – at least 3 varieties (1 each)
42. Most oddly shaped vegetable – Senior.
SPECIALS
43a Largest Pumpkin or Squash Junior or Adult
Prize Money: 1st $15.00 2nd $9.00 3rd $6.00
43b Largest Watermelon Junior or Adult
Prize Money: 1st $6.00 2nd $5.00 3rd $4.00
SPECIALS
44. Display of Garden vegetables (approx. 2’ x 3’) $15.00; $9.00; $6.00.

APPLES
Prize Money: 46 to 60: $5.00; $4.00; $3.00;

46. Ginger Gold, 3 apples.
47. Mclntosh, 3 apples.
48. Spartan, 3 apples.
49. Empire, 3 apples.
50. Paula Red. 3 apples
51. Cortland, 3 apples
52. Gravenstien, 3 apples
53. Idared, 3 apples
54. Red Delicious, 3 apples
55. Spy. 3 apples
56. Ambrosia. 3 apples
57. Golden Delicious, 3 apples
58. Royal Gala, 3 apples
59. Honey Crisp, 3 apples
PEARS
Prize Money: 61 to 64: $4.00, $3.00, $2.0240
60. Five Bartlett
61. Five Flemish Beauty
62. Five Buerre Bosc
63. Five Cold Snap
SPECIALS
Prize Money: $15.00; $10.00; $5.00
64. Best Collection of Apples, correctly named, three of each kind, 6 varieties.
65. Best Collection of Pears named, minimum of 4 varieties, 3 of each kind.
66. Raspberries, minimum 12 in container

Special Prize: $25.00
Donated by Fred’s Fruit Market
To be awarded to a new exhibitor with the most entries in classes 46 – 66 inclusive.

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