Open Fine Arts Entry Sunday July 28th, 2019 5:30PM-7:30pm
Center of 4-H "Blue" Building
Admission: $1.00 per entry
Exhibits should arrive at the center of the (blue) 4-H building at the fairgrounds between 5:30 - 7:30PM.
No pre-entry is required but we now have a pre-registration form you can fill out prior to make things quicker and easier!
Classes in this division are open to anyone who wishes to exhibit.
There will be a Junior Division for ages 0-13.
4-H’ers cannot enter the same exhibit in both 4-H classes and open classes. Example: if a 4-H’er enters a plate of cookies in the 4-H food class, he or she cannot enter a plate of the same in the open class division.
Entries will be accepted from residents of Bremer County and the adjoining County’s Butler, Chickasaw, Fayette etc.
There will be a $1.00 per item entry fee, which goes toward the purchase of prizes and ribbons.
No more than 2 items per category, but can enter in a number of classes.
Exhibits entered in previous years are not eligible for exhibit.
Items must have been made within the last 5 years.
. Not responsible for accidents loss or damage to items submitted.
Class 1 – Open Fine Arts
If the item is larger than 8x10, the exhibitor must include a method to mount, display with a firm back or support and easel.
A. Oil Painting
B. Acrylic Painting
C. Water Color Painting
D. Fabric Painting
E. Drawings (charcoal, pencil, acrylic, or colored pencil) please limit the size of these items!)
F. Creative Writing
G. Scrap booking (must have a page protector, no more than 2 pages per entry)
H. Holiday novelties
J. Silk or dried floral arrangements
L. Clay or Pottery
M. Small creative items
O. Stained Glass
Q. Metal work
Class 2 – Open Photography
Entries must be at least 5”x 7” in size and mounted, NO Glass to allow judge to see the photos by the naked eye. It can be framed and no larger than an 8x10. No more than 2 per category
Must indicate if picture is 35 mm or digital
A1. Color Digital
B. Black and White
B1 Black and White Digital
C. Digitally Enhanced Black and White
C1. Digitally Enhanced Color
Class 3 – Open Woodworking
A. TurningF. Outdoor
B. CarvingG. Inlay
C. ToysH. Intarsia
D. Scroll workI. Home Accessories
E. FurnitureJ. Other
Class 4 – Open Textiles
B. AfghanJ. Holiday Sewing
C. Tablecloths/RunnersK. Knitting
D. EmbroideryL. Crocheting
E. Counted Cross Stitch EmbroideryM. Tatting
F. NeedleworkN. Weaving
G. NeedlepointO. Felting
H. QuiltsP. Fabric Crafts
I. Small Quilted Items Q. Serger Sewing
Class 5 – Open Clothing
A. ToddlersC. Men’s
B. ChildrenD. Women’s
Open Horticulture Exhibits
Class 6 - Vegetable Classes
All exhibits must be brought on a sturdy paper plate or cardboard and covered with a plastic/zip lock bag or wrapped in saran wrap. Limit of one exhibit of each kind of vegetable.
Apples – 3 specimens Dried Onions – 3 specimens
Melon – 1 specimen Green Onions–3 tied together
Okra – 3
Snap Beans – 6 pods Parsley–5 sprigs/clear bottle
Beets – 3 specimen Parsnips – 3
Broccoli – 3” head Peas – 6 pods
Cabbage – 1 head Peppers – 2 specimens
Carrots – 3 specimen Potatoes – 3
Cauliflower – 1 head Pumpkin – 1 or 3 mini
Celery – 1 bunch
Cucumber – 5 pickling or 3 slicing Spinach – 1 plant
Dill – 2 heads tied together Squash – 1 plant
Eggplant – 1 specimen Squash – 2 summer
Fruit – Cherries, raspberries - exhibit 1 Cup Squash – 1 winter
Garlic – 3 specimen Sweet corn – 2 ears
Herbs – 3 different kinds, 1 sprig of each in a clear bottle Tomatoes– 3 or 10 cherries
Kohlrabi – 2 specimen Turnips – 3 specimens
Leafy Greens – 1 plant in clear bottle Watermelon – 1
Leeks – 2 specimen
Lettuce – 1 plant
Class 7 - Vegetable basket display
It must include 5 or more vegetables attractively displayed in a basket not larger than one-half bushel size.
Class 8 – Fresh Flowers and Flower Arrangements
Garden flower specimen – Use a glass vase, no plastic.
D. Kitchen Sunshine- Any kind of fresh flowers in a kitchen container.
F. Patio Plants
G. Homegrown dried arrangement
H. Fairy Gardens
Open Home and Family Exhibits
Each item of baked goods will be judged on taste, texture, and presentation. After judging, the items will be displayed and browsers may have a chance to taste items. Ingredients and recipe should be provided with each entry.
All jars must be displayed without? rings. Ingredients and recipe should be provided with each entry.
Class 9 – Foods
A. Yeast Bread – 1 loaf/ rolls
B. Quick Breads/Muffins/Fruit and Nut Breads – 1 loaf, muffins – plate of 7
D. Cookies a plate of 7
E. Candy, 3 or more to be displayed nicely on small plate
F. Jams/Jellies (1 clear sealed jar, not paraffin, labeled with method)
G. Canned Vegetables/Fruits (1 clear sealed jar, labeled with method
H. Canned Pickles/Relishes (1 clear sealed jar, with method)
I. Pie (no cream pies and no cream cheese)
J. Cake/Cupcakes) 1 cake or 4 Cupcakes
K. Themed Cakes - "Blazing a Trail”. No limits or requirements for themed cakes
Event sponsored in part by:
Dairy Queen of Waverly IA, Red Star Yeast, The Oak Tree, Inc, and Pizza Ranch – Waverly, Ia
Contact Superintendent Renee Neil at 319-404-8264 for more information.