Department U : The Barnyard

Department U- The Barnyard                                                                                                                                    Department U Rules and Entry Forms 2013

 

 Mail entries to:
Guilford Agricultural Society, P.O. Box 290
Guilford, CT 06437

Entries close 5:00 p.m. Saturday, September 14, 2013

Chairpersons: Marlene Kennel, Jen Rowell, Heidi Walston

Committee: Lorna Buchta, Kenny Buchta, Susy Buchta, Kenny Hubbard,
Lee & Madeline Hubbard, Marilyn Leslie, Andy & Cindy Kilbride, Karen Lafarier, Devon Rowell,
Jeff Rowell, Cindy Smith, Mike Walston

1. Entries will be accepted only in classes listed.

2. A child exhibitor must have done most if not all of the work on their entry. If a younger

child had help creating or baking their entry, please note this on the entry tag.

3. Commercially manufactured toys and dolls will not be accepted as an entry alone, but may be used in conjunction to create an entry..

4. Judging will be based on the Danish System-exhibits are judged based on their own

merit, rather than against each other. Each entry will be awarded 1 ribbon. Each class

will be awarded 1 rosette.

5. Two Trophies will be awarded, “Best in Barnyard in memory of Kenneth Buchta” and “Barnyard Bakery in memory of Laura Kennel.”

6. Exhibits must be brought to the barnyard tent between 11:00 a.m.and 7:00 p.m.

Thursday, September 19 Exhibit entry tags will be at the barnyard tent.

Please note our department closes earlier than other departments due to the large

volume of entries to be judged.

7. Exhibits MUST be picked up between 7:00 and 9:00 p.m. Sunday September 22, 2013.

Any exhibit not picked up will be left outside the tent. The barnyard will not be

responsible for those items and their awards.

Exhibits shall be picked up AFTER7 p.m., Sunday, September 22.The tent will close at 6 p.m. for safe wire and fence removal to access exhibits. 

Exhibits MUST Remain in place until 7:00 p.m. Sunday to be 

eligible to receive award.

Schools, Scouts, Senior groups 

1. May enter an exhibit from listed classes.

2. Space is limited. A 3ft. Wide by 4ft. Deep area will be available on a first come basis

3. Please bring supplies needed; tape, scissors, stapler, etc

4. Each exhibitor in a group will receive a ribbon. List the number of exhibitors in the

group on the entry form for amount of ribbons. Each group entry will receive 1 rosette.

5. ATTENTION: Exhibit must remain in place until 7:00 p.m. Sunday to be eligible for any ribbons.

6. Group entries WILL NOT be broken up and taken individually. They must be picked up all together with all ribbons. School and group entries contact: Marlene Kennel 203-843-5589 for entry drop off and pick up arrangements.

“DOWN ON THE FARM”

Create your favorite farm friend animal to join the Barnyard Farm!

Medium of choice-clay, wood, paper mache, etc. use your imagination!

Class

1………………………………………………………2-5 years old

2…………………………………………………….6-10 years old

3…………………………………………………..11-17 years old

4. ……………………………………………………………….Adult

“Decorated PUMPKINS”

Use paint, paper, stickers, hats, etc. to create your pumpkin! DO NOT CUT!

Class

5. ……………………………………………………..2-5 years old

6. ……………………………………………………6-10 years old

7……………………………………………………11-17 years old

8. ……………………………………………………………….Adult

“SCARECROWS”

Your choice, anything goes! Size, materials, subject is up to you!

Class

9……………………………………………………..2-5 years old

10………………………………………………….6-10 years old

11………………………………………………..11-17 years old

12……………………………………………………………….Adult

“APPLE HEAD DOLLS”

1. Start two weeks before the fair

2. Peel apple, carve eyes, nose, mouth

Eye-slits or almond shape are best, not too deep

Mouth-carve lips and shape

3. Soak in warm water for 20 minutes, brush with lemon juice. Add a dowel into head for the body.

4. Put in a warm dry place for two weeks

5. Decorate, anything goes. Pearls or pins for eyes and teeth, fleece or yarn for hair, paint and clothing

Class

13…………………………………………………….2-5 years old

14…………………………………………………..6-10 years old

15…………………………………………………11-17 years old

16. ……………………………………………………………..Adult

“BUGS, BUTTERFLIES, SNAKES”

Create your best creepy crawler or beautiful butterfly!

Class

17. ………………………………………………….2-5 years old

18. ………………………………………………..6-10 years old

19. ………………………………………………11-17 years old

20. …………………………………………………………….Adult

 

“VEGGIECREATION”

Assemble your animals, creatures, bugs, etc. using veggies, fruit or both!

Class

25……………………………………………………..2-5 years old

26……………………………………………………6-10 years old

27. ………………………………………………..11-17 years old

28. ………………………………………………………………Adult

“PAINTED 

ROCKS

Paint your artwork on washed rocks for a creation for the rock garden!.

Class

29…………………………………………………….2-5 years old

30…………………………………………………..6-10 years old

31…………………………………………………11-17 years old

32. ……………………………………………………………..Adult

“DOWNBYTHESEA”

Make your favorite marine/sea creations out of your beach combing finds. Use shells, rocks, seaweed, driftwood, etc.

Class

33…………………………………………………….2-5 years old

34…………………………………………………..6-10 years old

35…………………………………………………11-17 years old

36. ……………………………………………………………..Adult

“LORNAS’ LLAMA LAND

Let’s honor Lorna Buchta, founder of the Barnyard, and her love of llamas. Create your lovable unique llama in medium of your choice. Anything goes! No paper drawing please.

Class

41…………………………………………………….2-5 years old

42…………………………………………………..6-10 years old

43…………………………………………………11-17 years old

44. ……………………………………………………………..Adult

“GO GREEN RECYCLED ENTRY”

Using recycled materials create something of your choice.

Class

45…………………………………………………….2-5 years old

46…………………………………………………..6-10 years old

47…………………………………………………11-17 years old

48. ……………………………………………………………..Adult

“MOUSEHOUSE”

Show your mouse doing your favorite hobby, activity or sport! Use a shoebox size box or container for your diaroma.

Class

49…………………………………………………….2-5 years old

50…………………………………………………..6-10 years old

51…………………………………………………11-17 years old

52. ……………………………………………………………..Adult

“DUCT TAPE”

Using duct tape create something of your choice. What can’t we use it for! Wallet, bag, clothes, flowers-anything goes!

Class

53…………………………………………………….2-5 years old

54…………………………………………………..6-10 years old

55…………………………………………………11-17 years old

56. ……………………………………………………………..Adult

“LAND OF LEGO”

Build and create your very own masterpiece usingLego blocks and pieces. Use your imagination! No kits please.

Class

57…………………………………………………….2-5 years old

58…………………………………………………..6-10 years old

59…………………………………………………11-16 years old

60. ……………………………………………………………..Adult

“STICKS & PICKS”

Create anything of your choice using popsicle sticks or toothpicks.

Class

61…………………………………………………….2-5 years old

62…………………………………………………..6-10 years old

63…………………………………………………11-17 years old

64. ……………………………………………………………..Adult

“DECORATED HATS”

Decorate a hat! Make it your very own-anything goes!

Class

65…………………………………………………….2-5 years old

66…………………………………………………..6-10 years old

67…………………………………………………11-17 years old

68. ……………………………………………………………..Adult

“DECORATED SHOE

Decorate a shoe, old or new is up to you-anything goes!

Class

69…………………………………………………….2-5 years old

70…………………………………………………..6-10 years old

71…………………………………………………11-17 years old

72. ……………………………………………………………..Adult

“BarnyardBakery”

Adult entries not accepted in the following clas 

No commercial mixes may be used. Entries accepted on paper plate and covered/zip-lock bag.

Class

73. ………………………………………………..Cake, any kind

74…………………………………………………….Pie, any kind

75…………………………………………………Bread, any kind

76. …………………………………………………….Cupcakes, 6

77………………………………………………………..Muffins, 6

78. ………………………………………………………Cookies, 6

79………………………………………………………Brownies, 6

80………………………………………………………………Fudge

81…………………………………………………..Miscellaneous

“SPECIALTIES”
Commercial mix or premade item may be used. Judging based on decoration only.

Class

82. Decorated Giant Cookie – 6 in.
Use frosting, candy or anything you like!

83. Decorated Cakes – Theme: Circus!
Clowns to animals, decorate a magical, wondrous, amazing colorful cake.

84. Little Bake Shop of Horrors
Create your creepiest cake for our bakeshop with your choice of gruesome decorations.

The Barnyard would like to recognize and send a very special Thank You to

KENNETH HUBBARD
for all the countless years of help,
support and dedication for the tent and the fair.

With all of our thanks and appreciation
“We love you Kenny”
The Barnyard