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Grade level for the elementary school entries is determined by the grade in which the student did the work originally. The exhibit must be the work of the exhibitor and not shown previously at the Ameliasburgh Fair. Exhibits will be judged on creativity displayed, skills involved, amount of work involved, complexity and overall appearance.

For the elementary school exhibits – exhibits are to be entered by the student, school or teacher. Exhibits may represent the work of more than one student.

There is one hidden class that will pay $25.00 cash. This is Judges choice of winner.

Ameliasburgh Fair TrophyJUNIOR – Special in show. Classes   501  to  524

Congratulations to last year’s winner, Christopher Bell.


501 Bird House made from wood scraps

502 Wooden vehicle

503 Wooden Toy

ELEMENTARY SCHOOL JUNIOR                  GRADE   4  –  6   

504 Wooden toy or game

505 Most creative woodworking project

ELEMENTARY SCHOOL JUNIOR                  GRADE   7  –  8   

506 Wooden box with lid (any size)

507 Wooden home accent piece

508 Woodcarving any kind including whittling

509 Wooden holiday accent for special occasion


510 Most unusual woodworking project

511 Wooden furniture piece

512 Wooden accent piece (candle holders, wall sconce, bookends, etc.)


513 Wood Lathe project

514 Pine furniture (no fancy joinery)

515 Fine furniture project

516 Novelty woodworking (from mailboxes to rocking horses)

517 Toys and whirligigs (small, intricate work)

518 Folk Art piece (figure, doll, animal, etc.)



CONVENOR: Eric Bandy, (613) 967-6590