Welcome to the Homecraft and Youth Fair virtual 2021 competitions!!! 

Homecraft virtual competitions are open to all ages while Youth Fair is open to Grades 6 through 12.

RULES:

  • Submit your photo for competition classes featured (i.e. photography, quilting) by the closing date.
  • One photo entry per person per competition submitted through AssistExpo upload using this link: https://www.assistexpo.ca/thorndalefair
  • Entries will not be judged but names placed in a raffle draw for a $25 Gift certificate for a local business prize.
  • Photographed items will remain eligible for submission to in person fair in 2022.
  • Draw winners will be announced on our facebook page and posted to the website…….Have fun and good luck!!

Photography / Food  –  Deadline  July 24

Photography / Food

Homecraft:

1.

A photo depicting how you’ve been ‘supporting and promoting local’ this year

2.

“Homegrown and Handmade” photo

3.

A decorated cake for a celebration

4.

A baked item you learned to make during quarantine....show us something new!

e.g. breads, rolls, desserts, biscuits, muffins, loafs, squares, cookies, tarts, pies, candy

Youth Fair:

5.

“Thorndale Spirit” – any photo depicting the theme

6.

A treat or baked item inspired by Pinterest/Internet

Quilting  / Art /  Crafts –  Deadline August 14

Quilting / Art / Crafts

Homecraft:

1.

A quilt created during quarantine (hand or machine) any size

2.

Any other piece – your latest completed block, table runner, wall hanging, etc.

3.

Your best art piece created during the pandemic – open to all mediums

4.

Art piece honouring health care workers

5.

A gift you made for someone special

6.

Show us your new quarantine craft or hobby

Youth Fair:

7.

Any sewn article (e.g. placemat, coasters, doll clothes, etc.)

8.

Your quarantine created art piece on canvas or paper

9.

Handmade card or scrapbook page – theme of your choice

Baking Specials/ Hooked on Pins & Needles / Antiques & Collectibles –  Deadline September 4

Baking Specials/Hooked on Pins & Needles/Antiques & Collectibles

Homecraft:

1.

A decorated / fancy pie

2.

A homemade treat made for a health care professional, essential worker, caregiver, etc with a note of thanks

3.

A sewn article completed during the last year(hand or machine)

4.

Any knitted, crocheted, tatted or woven article completed during the last year

5.

A household object pre 1950

6.

A collectible or antique depicting the ‘homegrown and handmade’ theme

Youth Fair:

7.

Your favourite cookies

8.

Any knit or macramé article

Plants & Flowers / Sweets & Sours / Vegetables & Fruits – Deadline September 23

Plants & Flowers / Sweets & Sours / Vegetables & Fruits

Homecraft:

1.

An unusual or impressive flower or plant

2.

A flower arrangement you created for a healthcare/essential worker, caregiver, or someone quarantined alone

4.

A gift basket of homemade preserves (at least 3 different kinds) displayed and ready to gift

5.

Most unusual shaped fruit or vegetable

6.

A beautiful display of your homegrown fruits and vegetables (at least 5 different types)

Youth Fair:

7.

Your favourite flower

8.

Strawberry Jam

9.

Your favourite vegetable or fruit to grow