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Autauga County Fair Organization

P. O. Box 680267 

Prattville, AL 36068-0267

 

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2019 ACF Arts and Crafts Categories and rules
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AUTAUGA COUNTY FAIR
8—12 October 2019
Mac Gray Park
Prattville AL
SECTION A.—ART
A rt exhibits will be received from 9 until 3 p.m., 5 Oct, at the Fair Exhibits Bldg. and picked up from 1 until 3 p.m. on 13 Oct. If so desired, someone from the Fair will pick up art work from schools or art instructors from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. on 4 Oct. Overall entries shall be no smaller than 5x7 or larger than 30x40 inches and must be ready to hang. Each exhibitor may enter one item
per class/section.
Class 1-6. Advanced—Anyone 18 & older working in medium more than 2 years
1. Oil
a. Portrait/People
b. Animal life
c. Still Life
d. Landscape/scenery
e. Abstract
f. Miscellaneous
2. Water Color
a. Portrait/People
b. Animal life
c. Still Life
d. Landscape/scenery
e. Abstract
f. Miscellaneous
3 . Acrylic
a. Portrait/People
b. Animal life
c. Still Life
d. Landscape/scenery
e. Abstract
f. Miscellaneous
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4. Charcoal/Pen Drawing
a. Portrait/People
b. Animal life
c. Still Life
d. Landscape/scenery
e. Abstract
f. Miscellaneous
5. Mixed Media
a. Portrait/People
b. Animal life
c. Still Life
d. Landscape/scenery
e. Abstract
f. Miscellaneous
6. Pastel
a. Portrait/People
b. Animal life
c. Still Life
d. Landscape/scenery
e. Abstract
f. Miscellaneous
Class 7. Novice—Anyone 18 & older working in any medium less than 2 years
a. Portrait/People
b. Animal life
c. Still Life
d. Landscape/Scenery
e. Abstract
f. Miscellaneous
Class 8. Any Medium—Grades 10th-12th
a. Portrait/People
b. Animal life
c. Still Life
d. Landscape/Scenery
e. Abstract
f. Miscellaneous
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Class 9. Any Medium—Grades 7th-9th
a. Portrait/People
b. Animal life
c. Still Life
d. Landscape/scenery
e. Abstract
f. Miscellaneous
Class 10. Any Medium—Grades 4th-6th
a. Portrait/People
b. Animal life
c. Still Life
d. Landscape/scenery
e. Abstract
f. Miscellaneous
Class 11. Any Medium—Grades 1st-3rd
a. Portrait/People
b. Animal life
c. Still Life
d. Landscape/scenery
e. Abstract
f. Miscellaneous
Class 12. Any Medium—Preschool & Kindergarten
a. People—posed
b. People—non-posed
c. Miscellaneous
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SECTION B—PHOTOGRAPHY
P hotography will be received from 9 until 3 p.m., 5 Oct, at the Fair Exhibits Bldg, and picked up from 1 until 3 p.m. on 13 Oct. If so desired, someone from the Fair will pick up photography from schools from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. on 4 Oct. Entries must have been photographed by the exhibitor. Overall entries shall be no smaller than 5x7 or larger than 30x40 inches and must be ready to hang. All prints must be mounted on firm mount board. Each exhibitor may enter one item per class/section.
Class 1. Color Prints—Ages 18 & Older
a. Animal Life
b. Plant Life
c. Scenic
d. Architecture
e. Digitally enhanced photos
f. People—posed
g. People—non-posed
h. Miscellaneous
Class 2. Black & White prints—Ages 18 & Older
a. Animal Life
b. Plant Life
c. Scenic
d. Architecture
e. Digitally enhanced photos
f. People—posed
g. People—non-posed
h. Miscellaneous
Class 3. Junior Photography—Color--Grades 10th-12th
a. Animal Life
b. Plant Life
c. Scenic
d. Architecture
e. Digitally enhanced photos
f. People—posed
g. People—non-posed
h. Miscellaneous
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Class 4. Junior Photography—Black & White--Grades 10th-12th
a. Animal Life
b. Plant Life
c. Scenic
d. Architecture
e. Digitally enhanced photos
f. People—posed
g. People—non-posed
h. Miscellaneous
Class 5. Junior Photography—Color--Grades 7th-9th
a. Animal Life
b. Plant Life
c. Scenic
d. Architecture
e. Digitally enhanced photos
f. People—posed
g. People—non-posed
h. Miscellaneous
Class 6. Junior Photography—Black & White--Grades 7th-9th
a. Animal Life
b. Plant Life
c. Scenic
d. Architecture
e. Digitally enhanced photos
f. People—posed
g. People—non-posed
h. Miscellaneous
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Class 7. Junior Photography—Color--Grades 4th-6th
a. Animal Life
b. Plant Life
c. Scenic
d. Architecture
e. Digitally enhanced photos
f. People—posed
g. People—non-posed
h. Miscellaneous
Section 8. Junior Photography—Black & White—Grades 4th-6th
a. Animal Life
b. Plant Life
c. Scenic
d. Architecture
e. Digitally enhanced photos
f. People—posed
g. People—non-posed
h. Miscellaneous
Class 9. Junior Photography—Color--Grades 1st-3rd
a. Animal Life
b. Plant Life
c. Scenic
d. Architecture
e. Digitally enhanced photos
f. People—posed
g. People—non-posed
h. Miscellaneous
Class 10. Junior Photography—Black & White--Grades 1st-3rd
a. Animal Life
b. Plant Life
c. Scenic
d. Architecture
e. Digitally enhanced photos
f. People—posed
g. People—non-posed
h. Miscellaneous
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SECTION C—CRAFTS
C rafts will be received from 9 until 3 p.m., 5 Oct, at the Fair Exhibits Bldg, and picked up from 1 until 3 p.m. on 13 Oct. Entries must be the original work of the exhibitor. Each exhibitor may enter two items per class/section.
Class 1. Ceramics—Ages 18 & Older
Class 2. Ceramics—Ages 13-17
Class 3. Ceramics—Ages 12 & Younger
Class 4. Woodwork—Ages 18 & Older
Class 5. Woodwork—Ages 13-17
Class 6. Woodwork—Ages 12 & Younger
Class 7. Christmas/Hanukah—Ages 18 & Older
Class 8. Christmas/Hanukah—Ages 17 & Younger
Class 9. Seasonal (Home Décor to include floral)—Ages 18 & Older
Class 10. Seasonal (Home Décor to include floral)—Ages 17 & Younger
Class 11. Jewelry—Ages 18 & Older
Class 12. Jewelry—Ages 13-17
Class 13. Jewelry—Ages 12 & Younger
Class 14. Scrapbooking—Ages 18 & Older
Class 15. Scrapbooking—Ages 17 & Younger
Class 16. Paper—Ages 18 & Older
Class 17. Paper—Ages 17 & Younger
Class 18. Miscellaneous—Ages 18 & Older
Class 19. Miscellaneous—Ages 17 & Younger
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SECTION D—Baked Goods
B aked goods will be received from 8 until 11 a.m., 7 Oct, at the Fair Exhibits Bldg, and will be judged immediately afterwards. Nothing requiring refrigeration will be accepted. Baked goods must be prepared by the exhibitor. All entries must be in disposable containers and wrapped with clear plastic wrap. Entries will not be returned to exhibitors. Each exhibitor may enter two items per class/section.
Class 1. Unsweet Quick Breads—Ages 18 & Older (3 each or ½ loaf)
Class 2. Sweet Quick Breads—Ages 18 & Older (3 each or ½ loaf)
Class 3. Yeast Breads—Ages 18 & Older (3 each or ½ loaf)
Class 4. Cakes—Ages 18 & Older (1/4 cake)
Class 5. Cookies—Ages 18 & Older (1/2 dozen)
Class 6. Bar Cookies—Ages 18 & Older (2 Each)
Class 7. Pies—Ages 18 & Older (Whole in Homemade shell)
Class 8. Cobblers—Ages 18 & Older (Any)
Class 9. Fried Pies—Ages 18 & Older (Any) (2)
Class 10. Decorated Cakes—Age 18 & Older (Whole)
Class 11. Junior Cooks—Breads—Ages 11 to 17
Class 12. Junior Cooks—Breads—Ages 10 & Younger
Class 13. Junior Cooks—Cakes—Ages 11 to 17
Class 14. Junior Cooks—Cakes—Ages 10 & Younger
Class 15. Junior Cooks—Cookies—Ages 11 to 17
Class 16. Junior Cooks—Cookies—Ages 10 & Younger
Class 14. Junior Cooks—Pies—Ages 11 to 17
Class 14. Junior Cooks—Pies—Ages 10 & Younger
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SECTION E—FOOD PRESERVATION
E xhibits will be received from 9 until 3 p.m., 5 Oct, at the Fair Exhibits Bldg. and picked up from 1 until 3 p.m. on 13 Oct. Exhibits must be in 1 pint or 1 quart glass canning jars. All jars must be sealed with ring intact. All entries must have been prepared and processed by the exhibitor. Judging will be based on color, uniformity, and packing. Each exhibitor may enter two items per class/section.
Class 1. Canned Fruits—Ages 18 & Older
a. Apples
b. Blackberries
c. Blueberries
d. Peaches
e. Pears
f. Strawberries
g. Miscellaneous
Class 2. Canned Vegetables—Ages 18 & Older
a. Tomatoes
b. Corn
c. Carrots
d. Peas
e. Beans
f. Potatoes
g. Peppers
h. Squash
i. Miscellaneous
Class 3. Jams—Any Kind—Ages 18 & Older
a. Blackberries
b. Blueberries
c. Strawberries
d. Miscellaneous
Class 4. Jellies—Any Kind—Ages 18 & Older
a. Apples
b. Blackberries
c. Blueberries
d. Peaches
e. Pepper
f. Strawberries
g. Miscellaneous
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Class 5. Pickles, Relishes, Sauces—Ages 18 & Older
a. Beets
b. Cucumbers
c. Peppers
d. Pickles, Sweet
e. Pickles—Sour
f. Relishes
g. Salsa
h. Miscellaneous
Class 6. Juniors—17 & Younger
a. Canned Fruits
b. Canned Vegetables
c. Jams
d. Jellies
e. Pickles
f. Relishes
g. Miscellaneous
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SECTION F—QUILTS
Q uilts will be received from 9 until 3 p.m., 5 Oct, at the Fair Exhibits Bldg. and picked up from 1 until 3 p.m. on 13 Oct. We suggest quilts be covered with clear plastic bags. Each exhibitor may enter two items per class/section.
Class 1. Hand-Quilted (Bed, Wall , or baby size)—Ages 18 & Older
a. Appliqued
b. Embroidered
c. Pieced
d. Other Technique
Class 2. Machine Quilted (Bed, Wall, or baby size)—Ages 18 & Older
a. Appliqued
b. Pieced
c. Other Technique
Class 3. Miscellaneous Quilted Items—Ages 18 & Older
a. Pillow Top
b. Throws
c. Miscellaneous
Class 4. Junior Quilting, Ages 17 & Younger
a. Hand Quilted
b. Machine Quilted
c. Other Technique
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SECTION G— NEEDLEWORK
N eedlework will be received from 8 until 3 p.m., 5 Oct, at the Fair Exhibits Bldg, and picked up from 1 until 3 p.m. on 13 Oct. Each exhibitor may enter two items per class/section.
Class 1. Crocheting (Yarn)—18 & Older
a. Afghan
b. Baby Afghan
c. Baby Clothing/Accessory
d. Child’s Clothing/Accessory
e. Adult Clothing/Accessory
f. Bedspread
g. Miscellaneous
Class 2. Crocheting (Thread)—18 & Older
a. Baby Afghan
b. Baby Clothing/Accessory
c. Adult Clothing/Accessory
d. Doily
e. Miscellaneous
Class 3. Knitting—18 & Older
a. Afghan
b. Baby Afghan
c. Baby clothing/Accessory
d. Baby Accessory
e. Child’s Clothing/Accessory
f. Adult Clothing/Accessory
g. Miscellaneous
Class 4. Cross Stitch—18 & Older
a. Clothing Article
b. Collegiate Article
c. Linens
d. Miscellaneous
Class 5 Needlepoint—18 & Older
a. Crewel
b. Other
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Class 6. Miscellaneous—18 & Older
a. Potholders
b. Rugs
c. Macramé
d. Pillows
e. Other
Class 7. Holiday—Any Needlework Medium—18 & Older
Class 8. Crocheting (Yarn) Junior—Ages 17 & Younger
a. Afghan
b. Baby Afghan
c. Baby Clothing/Accessory
d. Child’s Clothing/Accessory
e. Adult Clothing/Accessory
f. Bedspread
g. Miscellaneous
Class 9. Crocheting (Thread) Junior—Ages 17 & Younger
a. Baby Afghan
b. Baby Clothing/Accessory
c. Adult Clothing/Accessory
d. Doily
e. Miscellaneous
Class 10. Knitting Junior—Ages 17 & Younger
a. Afghan
b. Baby Afghan
c. Baby clothing/Accessory
d. Baby Accessory
e. Child’s Clothing/Accessory
f. Adult Clothing/Accessory
g. Miscellaneous
Class 11. Cross Stitch Junior—Ages 17 & Younger
a. Clothing
b. Collegiate
c. Linens
d. Miscellaneous
Class 12. Holiday Junior—Any Needlework Medium—Ages 17 & Younger
Class 13. Miscellaneous Junior—Ages 17 & Younger
a. Potholders
b. Rugs
c. Macramé
d. Pillows
e. Other
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SECTION H—FIELD CROPS
E xhibits will be received from 9 until 3 p.m., 5 Oct, at the Fair Exhibits Bldg. and picked up from 1 until 3 p.m. on 13 Oct. All entries must have been grown by the exhibitor. Each exhibitor may enter two items per class/section.
Class 1. Corn (3 each)
a. White or Yellow
b. Popcorn
c. Indian
Class 2. Hay (One bale)
Class 3. (One Stalk)
Class 4. Row Crops (Any Kind)
Class 5. Sunflowers (One)
Class 6. Potatoes (3 each)
a. Sweet
b. Red Irish
c. White Irish
Class 7. Pumpkins (1)
Class 8. Melons (1)
Class 9. Peppers (4 each)
a. Banana
b. Bell
c. Hot
d. Pimento
e. Miscellaneous
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Class 10. Fruit (3 each)
a. Apples
b. .Muscadines
c. Pears
d. Tomatoes, Green
e. Tomatoes, Red
f. Tomatoes, Yellow
g. Tomatoes, Salad
h. Miscellaneous
Class 11. Nuts (1 full plates)
a. Chestnuts
b. Pecans
c. Walnuts
d. Miscellaneous
Class 12. Vegetables (3 each)
a. Beans, Lima (full plate)
b. Beans, Pole (full plate)
c. Carrots (without tops)
d. Cucumbers
e. Eggplant
f. Okra
g. Onions
h. Onions, green (bunch)
i. Peas, Crowder (full plate)
j. Peas, Green (full plate)
k. Peas, Purple Hull (full plate)
l. Squash
m. Miscellaneous
Class 13. Eggs (4)
a. White
b. Brown
c. Miscellaneous
Class 14. Gourds (Any)
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SECTION I—FLOWERS
P lants will be received from 9 until 3 p.m., 5 Oct, at the Fair Exhibits Bldg. and picked up from 1 until 3 p.m. on 13 Oct. All cut exhibits must be displayed in a translucent-type cola bottle. Cuttings must be long enough to extend above the neck of the bottle. All entries must have been grown by the exhibitor. Each exhibitor May enter two items per class/section.
Class 1. African Violets
a. Double blossom
b. Miniature blossom
c. Single blossom
Class 2. Cut Flowers (One stalk or stem/three blooms)
a. Impatiens
b. Marigold
c. Zinnia small (1 bloom)
d. Zinnia large (1 bloom)
e. Herbs (1 stem)
f. Chrysanthemum (1 stem)
g. Dahlia (1 bloom)
h. Spider lily (1 bloom)
i. Hybrid Tea rose (1 bloom or spray)
j. Knockout rose (1 bloom or spray)
k. Miniature rose (1 bloom or spray)
l. Miscellaneous
Class 3. Begonias
Class 4. Cacti
Class 5. Ferns
Class 6. Succulents
Class 7. Hanging Basketsx >>

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