fair divisions

AGRICULTURAL

PRODUCTS DIVISION

Rules and Regulations

  1. Participation is open to all ages.
  2. Each exhibit must be an entry of the farm where it was produced.
  3. No person may enter more than one exhibit of the same product.
  4. All products must be produced during the year of entry.
  5. All vegetables and fruits must qualify to Grade U.S. #1 or better.
  6. All exhibits must be in the exact quantity as specified by this catalogue.
  7. All exhibitors must pre-register their exhibit(s) between 9:00 AM and 6:00 PM on the Monday and Tuesday of the fair at the fair office on the Amite fairgrounds.
  8. All products must be in place and ready for judging by 9:30 AM on the Wednesday of the fair.
  9. All products and ribbons may be picked up between 9:00 AM and 5:00 PM on the SUNDAY following the fair.
  10. Premiums will be awarded in all exhibits as follows: First Place (Blue Ribbon) $2, Second Place (Red Ribbon) $1

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION CONTACT:
TANGIPAHOA PARISH FAIR
P.O. BOX 217
AMITE, LA 70422

Lot Exhibit

CLASS ONE - FIELD CORN
1 White, 3 ears
2 Yellow, 3 ears 3 Any other color, 3 ears

CLASS TWO - FRUITS
4 Bananas, 5
5 Cantaloupes, 1
6 Lemons, 3
7 Oranges, navel, 3
8 Oranges, other, 3
9 Pears, eating, 3
10 Pears, other, 3
11 Persimmons, native, 3
12 Persimmons, Japanese, 3
13 Satsuma’s, 3
14 Watermelon, ice box type, any variety, 1
15 Watermelon, large grey type, any variety, 1
16 Watermelon, lg. striped type, any variety 1
17 Any other fruit, 3

CLASS THREE - HERBS
18 Basil, 3 sprigs in water
19 Chives, 3 whole plants
20 Marjoram, 3 sprigs in water
21 Mint, 3 sprigs in water
22 Oregano, 3 sprigs in water
23 Parsley, 3 sprigs in water
24 Parsley, 3 sprigs in water
25 Rosemary, 3 sprigs in water
26 Sage, 3 sprigs in water
27 Thyme, 3 sprigs in water
28 Any other herb, 3 springs in water

CLASS FOUR - NUTS
29 Chestnuts, in burs, 5
30 Chestnuts, not in burs, 5
31 Pecans, large grafted, 1 pint
32 Pecans, small grafted, 1 pint
33 Pecans, native seeding, 1 pint
34 Walnuts, 5
35 Cashews, 5
36 Other, 5

CLASS FIVE -SEEDS & GRAINS
37 Black-eyed type peas, any variety 1 pint
38 Crowder type peas, any variety 1 pint
39 Lima beans, green, any variety, 1 pint
40 Lima bean, speckled, any variety, 1 pint
41 Lima beans, white, any variety, 1 pint
42 Peanuts, jumbo, 1 pint
43 Peanuts, large Virginia type, 1 pint
44 Peanuts, small Spanish type, 1 pint
45 Red Beans, any variety, 1 pint
46 Southern peas, any other variety, 1 pint
47 Any other seed/grains, 1 pint

CLASS SIX - SUGAR & PRODUCTS
48 Cane Stalks, ribbon, 3
49 Cane Stalks, any other, 3
50 Cane Syrup, 1 pint

CLASS SEVEN- VEGETABLES
51 Beans, Lima, any variety, 12 pods
52 Beans, snap, green flat, 12 pods
53 Beans, snap, green round, 12 pods
54 Beans, snap, purple, 12 pods
55 Collard greens, 12 leaves in water
56 Cucumbers, slicing type, 3
57 Cucumbers, pickling type, 3
58 Eggplant, green long, 3
59 Eggplant, green round, 3
60 Eggplant, purple/black long, 3
61 Eggplant, purple/black pear, 3
62 Eggplant, white, 3
63 Garlic, dry trimmed, large type, 3
64 Garlic, dry trimmed, standard type, 3
65 Mustard greens, curly type, 12 leaves in water
66 Mustard greens, flat type, 12 leaves in water
67 Okra, Clemson spineless type, 5 pods
68 Okra, cowhorn type, 5 pods
69 Okra, green velvet type, 5 pods
70 Onions, dry trimmed, red, 3
71 Onions, dry trimmed, white, 3
72 Onions, dry trimmed, yellow, 3
73 Onions, green bunching, 3 whole plants
74 Peas, black-eyed type, green podded, 12
75 Peas, black-eyed type, purple podded, 12
76 Peas, Crowder type, green podded, 12
77 Peas, Crowder type, purple podded, 12
78 Peppers, bell, green, 3
79 Peppers, bell, red, 3
80 Peppers, bell, yellow, 3
81 Peppers, jalapeno, 5
82 Peppers, yellow wax type, 5
83 Peppers, any other medium type, 5
84 Peppers, any other small type, 1/4 cup
85 Potatoes, Irish, red skin, 3
86 Potatoes, Irish, white skin, 3
87 Potatoes, sweet, Beauregard, 3
88 Potatoes, sweet, Heart-O-Gold, 3
89 Potatoes, sweet, Hemandez, 3
90 Potatoes, sweet, jewel, 3
91 Potatoes, sweet, Porto Rico, 3
92 Potatoes, sweet, any other variety, 3
93 Pumpkin, any large type, 1
94 Pumpkin, any medium type, 1
95 Pumpkin, any small type, 1
96 Radishes, red, 3
97 Radishes, white, 3
98 Shallots, dry trimmed, 3
99 Squash, acorn type, 1
100 Squash, butternut type, 1
101 Squash, cucuzzi, 3
102 Squash, nubbard type, 1
103 Squash, white scallop, 3
104 Squash, yellow crookneck, 3
105 Squash, yellow semi-crookneck, 3
106 Squash, yellow straight neck, 3
107 Squash, zucchini, 3
108 Squash, any other summer type, 3
109 Squash, any other winter type, 3
110 Tomatoes, cherry type, 5
111 Tomatoes, roma type, 3
112 Tomatoes, red, large, type, 3
113 Tomatoes, red, medium type, 3
114 Tomatoes, standard yellow, 3
115 Turnips, trimmed, any variety, 3 roots
116 Vegetable basket, assortment in container
117 Vegetables, any other 3

CLASS EIGHT - MISCELLANEOUS
118 Corn meal, white, 1 pint
119 Corn meal, yellow, 1 pint
120 Honey, strained, 1 quart
121 Honey, with comb, 1 quart

POULTRY AND RABBIT DIVISION

Rules and regulations:

  1. Participation is open to all ages
  2. All entries must be the property of exhibitors; otherwise all premiums will be forfeited.
  3. No person may enter more than one exhibit of the same variety.
  4. Those exhibiting poultry and/or rabbits will do so at their own risk. All animals will be given care and attention.Precautions will be taken to return the animals in good shape to owners.
  5. Any animals showing symptoms of disease will be excluded from the exhibit removed from the grounds and returned to the owners.
  6. Poultry may be entered as single cock, hen, cockerel, pullet, old trio, and young trio.
  7. Poultry competing in single cannot compete in trio.
  8. All entries must preregister by 5 PM Tuesday at the Poultry and Rabbit Building on the fairgrounds in Amite. Premiums will not be awarded to late entries.
  9. Exhibits must be brought to the Fair’s Poultry and Rabbit Building from 9 AM to 5 PM, Tuesday and until 9:30 AM Wednesday. All exhibits must be in place and ready for judging by 9:30 AM Wednesday.
  10. No exhibit can be moved before 1 PM Sunday, and you must park by the arena area and walk in to claim your entries.
  11. Any other matter not covered by specific rules, is the decision of the poultry and rabbit committee.
  12. Bring proper containers for water and feed. Bowls will NOT be allowed as the animals spill them over and then have nothing to eat or drink for that day. Additionally, you must bring enough feed for your animal for the entire week. We will refill the waterers and feeders, but will NOT supply the feed.
  13. Owner may take ribbon off the cage.

Exhibits will be judged by comparison methods.The American Standard of perfection will be the guide of the judges in awarding premiums; the judges will award no premiums to any unworthy specimen.The following definitions will apply to all exhibits in poultry and rabbit divisions.

Cock – a male bird twelve (12) months or older

Hen – a female bird twelve (12) months or older

Cockerel – a male bird less than twelve (12) months old

Pullet – a female bird less than twelve (12) months old

Young Trio – a cockerel and two pullets, same variety

Old Trio – a cock and two hens, same variety

Rabbit – any breed.

 Poultry premiums will be awarded in all exhibits as follows:

Single – 1st - $3.00 – 2nd - $2.00 – 3rd - $1.00

Trio – 1st - $3.00 – 2nd - $2.00 – 3rd - $1.00

Pair (Ducks, Geese) 1st - $3.00– 2nd - $2.00 - 3rd - $1.00

Single (Turkeys) 1st - $3.00 – 2nd - $2.00 – 3rd - $1.00

CLASS NINE – POULTRY/RABBIT

DIVISION STANDARD BREED

Exhibit

Cock

Hen

Cockerel

Pullet

Old Trio

Young Trio

Barred Plymouth Rock

122

123

124

125

126

127

White Plymouth Rock

128

129

130

131

132

133

Buff Plymouth Rock

134

135

136

137

138

139

Columbian Plymouth Rock

140

141

142

143

144

145

Plymouth Rock, AOV

146

147

148

149

150

151

White Wyandotte

152

153

154

155

156

157

Columbian Wyandotte

158

159

160

161

162

163

Wyandotte, AOV

164

165

166

167

168

169

Black Minorca

170

171

172

173

174

175

Blue Andalusian

176

177

178

179

180

181

Orpingtons, All Varieties

182

183

184

185

186

187

Dark Cornish

188

189

190

191

192

193

White Cornish

194

195

196

197

198

199

Australorp

200

201

202

203

204

205

Ameraucana

206

207

208

209

210

211

Dominque

212

213

214

215

216

217

Jersey Giant, all varieties

218

219

220

221

222

223

Sicilian Buttercup

224

225

226

227

228

229

Sussex

230

231

232

233

234

235

Rhode Island Red

236

237

238

239

240

241

New Hampshire

242

243

244

245

246

247

White Leghorns

248

249

250

251

252

253

Brown Leghorns

254

255

256

257

258

259

Leghorn, AOV

260

261

262

263

264

265

Brahma

266

267

268

269

270

271

Hamburg

272

273

274

275

276

277

Polish, all varieties

278

279

280

281

282

283

Cochins, all varieties

284

285

286

287

288

289

All Other Breeds

290

291

292

293

294

295

 

CLASS TEN BANTAM

Exhibit

Cock

Hen

Cockerel

Pullet

Old Trio

Young Trio

Black Breasted Red Modern Game

296

297

298

299

300

301

Brown Red Modern Game

302

303

304

305

306

307

AVO Modern Game

308

309

310

311

312

313

Dominique

314

315

316

317

318

319

Quail Belgians

320

321

322

323

324

325

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bearded Mille Fleur

326

327

328

329

330

331

Barred Plymouth Rock

332

333

334

335

336

337

White Plymouth Rock

338

339

340

341

342

343

Partridge Plymouth 
Rock

344

345

346

347

348

349

Plymouth Rock, AOV

350

351

352

353

354

355

Rhode Island Red

356

357

358

359

360

361

White Wyandotte

362

363

364

365

366

367

Black Wyandotte

368

369

370

371

372

373

AOV Wyandotte

374

375

376

377

378

379

Black Cochins

380

381

382

383

384

385

White Cochins

386

387

388

389

390

391

Cochins, AOV

392

393

394

395

396

397

Dark Brahma

398

399

400

401

402

403

Light Brahma

404

405

406

407

408

409

SC Leghorn, all varieties

410

411

412

413

414

415

Black Breasted Red Old English

416

417

418

419

420

421

Black Old English

422

423

424

425

426

427

Red Pyle Old English

428

429

430

431

432

433

AOV Old English

434

435

436

437

438

439

Golden Sebrights

440

441

442

443

444

445

Silver Sebrights

446

447

448

449

450

451

JerseyGiants

452

453

454

455

456

457

New Hampshire

458

459

460

461

462

463

Orpingtons, all varieties

464

465

466

467

468

469

Silver Spangled Hamburg

470

471

472

473

474

475

Silkie, all varieties

476

477

478

479

480

481

White Japanese

482

483

484

485

486

487

Black Japanese

488

489

490

491

492

493

Dark Cornish

494

495

496

497

498

499

White Cornish

500

501

502

503

504

505

All Other Breeds

506

507

508

509

510

511

Champion – Male – Rosette  -- Champion – Female – Rosette      Champion Trio – Rosette

 

CLASS ELEVEN – LIVE BROILERS

Exhibit

Lot

Three Broilers

H512

 

CLASS TWELVE – DUCKS

Pair Muscovy

H513

Pair White Pekin

H514

Pair Mallard

H515

Pair any other variety

H516

 

CLASS THIRTEEN – GEESE

Pair Toulouse

H517

Pair White Chinese

H518

Pair any other variety

H519

 

CLASS FOURTEEN – TURKEYS

Exhibit

Old Tom

Young Hen

Old Tom

Young Hen

Bronze

H520

H521

H522

H523

White Holland

H524

H525

H526

H527

Bourbon Red

H528

H529

H530

H531

 

CLASS FIFTEEN – EGGS

Exhibits of eggs will be accepted from those exhibiting poultry.
Hen eggs must weigh not less than 24 ounces nor more than 28 ounces per dozen.
Premium will be awarded as follows:
First - $3.00     Second - $2.00      Third - $1.00

Best 12 White Shell Eggs

H532

Best 12 Brown Shell Eggs

H533

Best 12 Colored Shell Eggs

H534

 

CLASS SIXTEEN - RABBITS

Type

Buck

Doe

Californian

H535

H536

New Zealand

H537

H538

Chinchilla

H539

H540

Flemish Giant

H541

H542

Himalayan

H543

H544

Sable

H545

H546

Satin

H547

H548

Rex

H549

H550

Mini Rex

H551

H552

Lop

H553

H554

Mini Lop

H555

H556

All Other Breeds

H557

H558

 

JUNIOR LIVESTOCK
DIVISION, PARISH

Rules and Regulations:

  1. All animals must meet the requirements of the Louisiana Livestock Sanitary Board.
  2. Management reserves the right to refuse any objectionable exhibit.
  3. Registration for dairy will begin at 8:30 AM on Saturday and will be judged at 9 AM. Beef registration will begin at 9:30 AM and be judged at 10 AM Market lambs and Goats will show immediately after the beef show at approximately 1 PM.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT MEGAN ROBERTS AT 748-9381

BEEF

Beef classes will apply to Angus, Brahman, Hereford, AOB Brahman Influence and AOB non-Brahman Influence, Champions and Reserve Champions will be selected from class winners in each class.

CLASS SEVENTEEN - BEEF CLASSES
(applies to bulls and heifers)

H559

May 1, 2014 and after

H560

March 1 – April 30, 2014

H561

January 1 – February 29, 2014

H562

November 1 – December 31, 2013

H563

September 1 – October 31, 2013

H564

July 1 – August 31, 2013

H565

May 1 – June 30, 2013

H566

March 1 – April 30, 2013

H567

January 1 – February 28, 2013

H568

September 1 – December 31, 2012 (applies to cows & bred heifers only)

 

Champion

 

Reserve Champion

H569

Commercial Beef Heifers

 

DAIRY

 

Dairy classes will apply to Holstein, Jersey and AODB. Junior and Senior Champions will be selected from first place winners in each class for all breeds. Grand Champions will be selected from Junior and Senior Champions of each breed.

CLASS EIGHTEEN - DAIRY CLASSES

H570

June 1, 2014 and after

H571

March 1 – May 31, 2014

H572

December 1, 2013 – February 29, 2014

H573

September 1 – November 30, 2013

H574

June 1 – August 31, 2013

H575

March 1 – May 31, 2013

H576

December 1, 2012 – February 28, 2013

H577

September 1 – November 30, 2012

 

Junior Champion

H578

March 1 – August 31, 2012

H579

September 1, 2011 – February 28, 2012

H580

September 1, 2010 – August 31, 2011

H581

September 1, 2009– August 31, 2010

H582

Aged Cow – before September 1, 2009

 

Senior Champion

 

Grand Champion

H583

Commercial Dairy Heifers

 

Champion

 

Reserve Champion

 

GOATS AND SHEEP

 

Breeding goats will be divided into purebred, percentage and commercial does. All bucks must be purebred. Champion and Reserve Champion selected from the winners in each class. Market goats will be exhibited by weight with the Champion and Reserve Champion selected from the winners of each weight class.

CLASS NINETEEN – GOAT CLASSES

H584

Light weight market lambs

H585

Medium weight market lambs

H586

Heavy weight market lambs

 

Champion

 

Reserve Champion

 

Bucks (Boer and AOB)

H587

March 1 – August 31, 2014

H588

September 1, 2013 – February 29, 2014

 

Champion

 

Reserve Champion

 

Breeding Does (Boer and AOB)

H589

January 1 – June 30, 2014

H590

July 1 – December 31, 2013

H591

January 1 – June 30, 2013

H592

July 1 – December 31, 2012

H593

July 1 , 2011 – June 30, 2012

H594

June 30, 2011 and older

 

Champion

 

Reserve Champion

 

Commercial Does

H595

Yearling doe  - (two and four teeth)

H596

Aged doe – (6 teeth and over)

 

Champion

 

Reserve Champion

 

CLASS TWENTY - SHEEP

H597

Light weight market lambs

H598

Medium weight market lambs

H599

Heavy weight market lambs

 

Champion

 

Reserve Champion

HOMEMAKING DIVISION

NOW OPEN TO EVERYONE

Rules & Regulations

  1. This division is now open to everyone within the parish.
  2. All articles must be entirely new, finished. The articles may not be entered more than once.
  3. A person may enter only one exhibit in each lot classification.
  4. All entries must be tagged for class, lot number, and name of article. (This will be done in the office)
  5. All entries must be entered before 6:00 PM on Tuesday of the fair.

CLASS TWENTY-ONE - Canned Juices

576 Blueberry
577 Blackberry or Dewberry
578 Tomatoes
579 Grapes
580 Plum
581 Other canned juices

CLASS TWENTY-TWO - Preserves, Jellies, and Jams

582 Strawberry Preserves
583 Pear preserves
584 Fig preserves
585 Peach preserves
586 Watermelon preserves
587 Any other preserves
588 Strawberry jams
589 Blackberry jam
590 Blueberry jam
591 Peach jam
592 Grape jam
593 Pear jam
594 Any other jam
595 Apple jelly
596 Blackberry jelly
597 Blueberry jelly
598 Mayhaw jelly
599 Grape jelly
600 Mixed Fruit jelly
601 Strawberry jelly
602 Crabapple jelly
603 Any other jelly
     (a) Peach Jelly
     (b) other

Canned Vegetables

604 Beans (a) green (b) other
605 Peanuts
606 Peas
607 Leafy greens
608 Eggplants
609 Okra (a) whole (b) cut
610 Peppers (a) Green (b) red (c) banana (d) other
611 Squash (a) yellow (b) other
612 Tomato (a) whole (b) stewed (c) other
613 Corn
614 (a) Beets
614 (b) Field or Crowder Peas
614 (c) Lima or Butter Beans
614 (d) Carrots
614 (e) any other vegetable

Canned Fruits

615 Apples
616 Pears
617 Peaches
618 (a) Blackberries (b) Dewberries
619 any other fruit

CLASS TWENTY-THREE - Pickles, relishes and chutney

620 Salsa
621 Tomato sauce
622 Chili sauce
623 Dixie relish
624 Cucumber pickles, sweet
625 Cucumber pickles, dill
626 Bread & Butter pickles
627 (a) Relish sauce
(b)Pickle Relish
(c) Any other relish
(d) Any other pickles
(e) Any other chutney

CLASS TWENTY-FOUR – NEEDLEWORK

628 Pr. Pillow case, embroidered
629 Pr. Pillow case, cutwork
630 Pr. Pillow case, candle wicked
631 Pr. Pillow case, cross stitched
632 Pr. Pillow case, other
633 Table centerpiece, any
634 Dolly, crochet
635 Dolly, cutwork
636 Dolly, other
637 Pillow embroidered
638 Pillow, quilted
639 Pillow, appliqué
640 Pillow, other
641 Pillow, throw
642 Dish cloth, knitted
643 Dish cloth, crochet
644 Dish cloth, other
645 Dish towels, deco
646 Dish towels, other
647 Pot holder, novelty
648 Pot holder, crochet
649 Pot holder, quilted
650 Pot holder, embroidered
651 Pot holder, other
652 Hot pads, any
653 Table cloth, embroidered
654 Table cloth, crochet
655 Table cloth, other
656 Coasters, plastic
657 Place Mats, crochet, quilted, woven
658 Place Mats, other
659 Needle Point, any
660 Needle Punch, any
661 Counted Cross Stitch
662 Table runner, crochet
663 Table runner, embroidered
664 Table runner, other
665 Other

CLASS TWENTY-FIVE – CLOTHING

Ladies Dresses
666 Long formal
667 Short formal
668 Tea-length formal
669 Cocktail dress
670 Dress, tea-length (non-formal)
671 2 or 3 piece suit, skirt & jacket
672 Dressy dress (fancy but non-formal)
673 Street dress, decorated
674 Street dress, other
675 A dress, decorated
676 Tailored suit (skirt & jacket)
677 Two piece dress
678 Tailored coat
679 Lined jacket or blazer
680 A jacket or blazer, decorated
681 Unlined jacket, undecorated
682 Jumper
683 Dress & jacket
684 Dress & long jacket
685 Jogging suit
686 Leather clothing

Ladies’ Blouses

 

687 Long sleeved blouse
688 Short sleeved blouse
689 Sleeveless blouse or shell
690 Long sleeved shirt
691 Short sleeved shirt
692 Shirt other

Ladies’ Pants

693 Decorated tee suits
694 2-piece sportswear
695 Shorts
696 Jeans
697 Slacks, dressy
698 Slacks, casual
699 Jumpsuit

Ladies’ Skirts

700 Culottes
701 Skirt, dressy
702 Skirt, casual
703 Skirt & Blouse set
704 Western skirt

Knitwear

705 Tee Shirt
706 Tank top
707 Jogging Suit
708 Dress & long jacket
709 Skirt & long jacket
710 Shorts
711 Long sleeved shirt
712 Short sleeved shirt
713 Swim wear
714 Exercise wear

Miscellaneous

715 Apron, novelty
716 Apron, other
717 Robe or House coat
718 Bed jacket
719 Vest
720 Sunbonnet
721 Costume
722 Belts
723 Beaded Belts
724 Hats
725 Gown, long
726 Gown, short
727 Teddy
728 Panties
729 Pajamas
730 Slip
731 Half slip
732 Long slip
733 Negligee set (2 pieces)
734 Decorated Ready to wear
735 Maternity sportswear
736 Maternity dress
737 Necklace, braided
738 Cloth
739 Crochet
740 Other

Collars

741 Crochet
742 Battenberg lace & cloth
743 All Battenberg lace
744 Embroidered
745 Appliqué
746 Painted
747 Plain
748 AA cutwork
749 Beaded color
750 other

Scarves

751 Bandannas
752 Beaded
753 Beaded, fancy
754 Scarf, other
755 Tie
756 other

Children’s Clothing

757 Dressy dress (non-formal)
758 Dress, formal – long
759 Dress, formal – short
760 Dress, formal – tea-length
761 Tux
762 Suit, male
763 School dress
764 Skirt & blouse
765 Pants & blouse
766 Jumpsuit
767 Jacket with dress & skirt
768 Tailored jacket or coat
769 Blouse, long sleeved
770 Blouse, short sleeved
771 Skirt
772 Shorts
773 Shirt, long sleeved
774 Shirt, short sleeved
775 Sun suit
776 Swim suit
777 Pajamas
778 Nightgown
779 Robe
780 Panties
781 Sportswear
782 Pants
783 Jeans
784 Decorated jeans
785 Scarf, beaded
786 Belt
787 Hair bow
788 Bow, other
789 Decorated barrettes
790 Western Shirt
791 Western Shirt Decorated
792 Other

Decorated Wearables or T-Shirts

793 Painted
794 Appliqué, sewn
795 Appliqué, other
796 Embroidered
797 Seasonal
798 Knit pant suits
799 Tie die
800 Beaded
801 Sweatshirt
802 Jacket
803 Other

Men’s Clothing

804 Western shirt
805 Dress shirt
806 Sport shirt
807 Shirt, other
808 Sports coat
809 Men’s jacket, decorated
810 Pants
811 Suit
812 Vest
813 Vest, decorated
814 Robe
815 Shorts
816 Decorated shirt
817 Tie
818 other

CLASS TWENTY-SIX – INFANTS

819 Smocked garment
820 Smocked bonnets
821 Tatted bonnets
822 Bonnets, other
823 Booties, leather
824 Infant’s dress
825 Infant’s nightwear
826 Infant’s gown, any kind
827 Infant’s booties, any king
828 Infant’s sportswear
829 Infant’s accessories
830 Infant’s bib
831 Infant’s burp pad
832 Diaper bag
833 Hair accessories
834 Baby bunting
835 Infant mobile
836 Other

CLASS TWENTY-SEVEN – QUILTS

837 Appliqué, quilt
838 Patchwork, quilt
839 Embroidered, quilt
840 Machine, quilting
841 Candlewick, quilt
842 Infant’s quilt
843 Wall hanging, quilt
844 Other

CLASS TWENTY-EIGHT – HOUSEHOLD, TEXTILES

845 Bedspread, any
846 Curtains
847 Lamp shades
848 Casserole carrier quilted
849 Casserole carrier other
850 Lamp Shade
851 Pin Cushion
852 Other

CLASS TWENTY-NINE - Sweaters

853 Knitted sweater, Cardigan or Pullover
854 Crochet sweater, cardigan
855 Crochet sweater, pullover
856 Crochet stole
857 Knitted stole
858 Crochet lace
859 Crochet lace
860 Crochet cape
861 Crochet Jewelry
862 Knitted slippers
863 Crochet slippers
864 Crochet flowers
865 Crochet Afghan
866 Knitted Afghan
867 Other

CLASS THIRTY – ADULT HOBBY & HANDCRAFT

868 Stencil design on wood
869 Seasonal decoration
870 Seasonal decoration, Christmas
871 Seasonal decoration, Easter
872 Seasonal decoration, Thanksgiving
873 Decorated brooms
874 Carving, other material
875 Ceramics, cast glazes
876 Ceramics, Cast stained
877 Ceramics, Cast Under glazed
878 Christmas ornaments cross stitched
879 Christmas ornaments, painted wood
880 Christmas ornaments, crochet
881 Christmas ornaments, yarn
882 Christmas ornaments, quilted
883 Christmas ornaments, beaded
884 Christmas ornaments, other
885 Painting, decorative or functional objects
886 Counted cross stitch
887 Dolls, China & Porcelain
888 Baskets, plastic
889 Baskets, canvas
890 Baskets, smocked
891 Baskets, stiff bow
892 Decorated picnic basket
893 Basket, rag
894 Baskets, crochet
895 Baskets, other
896 Decorated coat hangers

CLASS THIRTY-ONE – PICTURES & PAINTINGS

897 Counted cross stitch
898 Needlepoint
899 Cresol
900 Embroidery
901 Latch hook
902 Appliqué
903 Stained Glass
904 Folk Art
905 Watercolor
906 Acrylic
907 Oil
908 Other

CLASS THIRTY-TWO

909 Leather
910 Crochet
911 Needlepoint
912 Fabric
913 Appliqué
914 Embroidered
915 Other

CLASS THIRTY-THREE - Bags and Purses

916 Crochet
917 Needlework
918 Fabric
919 Appliqué
920 Embroidered
921 Shoe Bags
922 Cosmetic Bags
923 Travel accessories
924 Lingerie bag
925 other

CLASS THIRTY-FOUR - Recycled Materials

926 Knit
927 Fabric
928 Plastic
929 Paper
930 Cardboard boxes
931 Aluminum
932 Glass
933 Clothing
934 Metal cans
935 other

4-H JUNIOR HOMEMAKER

EXHIBITS

Rules and Regulations:

  1. Only products since the Tangipahoa Parish Fair 2013 may be exhibited. Only one per lot division. NOT TO EXCEED 20 ITEMS!
  2. All exhibits must be prepared by the person who exhibits them. This includes canned items.
  3. Canned products must be exhibited in standard pint or quart sized jars. The exhibitor must have canned the product.
  4. Entries will be accepted ONLY on Tuesday from 8 AM until 5 PM
  5. No entry will be entitled to take both First and Second premiums. No premium will be awarded if the entry is considered to be unworthy.
  6. To prevent food waste exhibitors may exhibit a one-fourth (1/4) cake or pie; 3 cookies, 3 muffins, etc. You must exhibit all baked goods on paper plates enclosed in a zipped plastic bag, with entry tag stapled on outside of bag.
  7. A Sweepstakes Ribbon will be awarded the individual with the highest and most placings in the Junior and Senior Divisions.
  8. Specify which age category you belong in with a “B” for ages 9 - 13 and a “C” for ages 14 – 19. The appropriate letter should be placed by the lot number on the exhibitor’s tag.
  9. Exhibits must be picked up in this division on Sunday between 1 PM and 3 PM. Claim tickets must be shown to pick up exhibits. YOU MUST PARK BY THE ARENA AND WALK IN TO CLAIM ENTRIES.
  10. No premium will be paid for exhibits not picked up.

FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION CONTACT JOANNA PESSON OR MEGAN ROBERTS
Phone 985-748-9381

Premiums will be awarded as follows:
1st - $3.00 2nd - $2.00 3rd – $1.00

CLASS THIRTY-FIVE - HANDICRAFT

“B” (ages 9-13)
“C” (ages 14-19)

H919

Soft Sculptures

H920

Pottery

H921

Braiding

H922

Ceramics

H923

Key Chains

H924

Hobbies (other than collectibles)

H925

Trays or cutting boards

H926

Wood burned

H927

Wood carved, small under 12 inches

H928

Wood carved, large over 12 inches

H929

Sports collection

H930

Leaf collection

H931

Stamp collection

H932

Rock collection

H933

Coin  collection

H934

Insect collection

H935

Other collection

H936

Wall plaques (under 12 inches only)

H937

Seasonal decoration, small

H938

Seasonal decoration, large

H939

Candle making/candle wicking

H940

Decorated picture frames

H941

Decoupage

H942

Decorated tote bags

H943

Bird house, small under 12”

H944

Bird house, large over 12”

H945

Christmas Ornaments, small

H946

Christmas Ornaments, large

H947

Toys

H948

Models (must be mounted and secured)

H949

Bracelets

H950

Hair pieces

H951

Jewelry

H952

Other Accessories

H953

Other handicraft, small

H954

Other handicraft, medium

H955

Other handicraft, large

H956

Appliquéd Clothes

H957

Appliqué all others

H958

Wall hangings, small under 12”

H959

Wall hangings, large over 12”

H960

Bird feeder, small under 12”

H961

Bird feeder, large over 12”

H962

Holiday Door decoration

 

CLASS THIRTY-SIX - CLOTHING

“B” (ages 9–13)
“C” (ages 14–19)

H963

Apron

H964

Blouse or shirt

H965

Skirt

H966

Pants or Shorts

H967

Dress

H968

Accessories

H969

Other Clothing

 

 

CLASS THIRTY-SEVEN - HOME IMPROVEMENT

 

 

“B” (ages 9–13)
“C” (ages 14–19)

 

 

H970

Dish Towels

 

 

H971

Pillow Cases

 

 

H972

Laundry Bag

 

 

H973

Place Mats & Napkins

 

 

H974

Pot Holders (2)

 

 

H975

Bulletin Board

 

 

H976

Throw Pillows

 

 

H977

Waste Basket

 

 

H978

Napkin Rings /holders

 

 

H979

Tissue Box Cover

 

 

H980

Kitchen Magnets (3)

 

 

H981

Bedspread, any kind

 

 

H982

Any other bathroom accessories

H983

Rug, any kind

H984

Tablecloth

H985

Closet Accessories (shoe bags, etc.)

H986

Other Sewn Home Improvement

 

 

CLASS THIRTY-EIGHT - CANNED JUICES

 

“B” (ages 9–13)
“C” (ages 14–19)

H987

Blueberry

H988

Blackberry or Dewberry

H989

Tomato

H999

Grape

H1000

Plum

H1001

Other Canned Juices

 

 

CLASS THIRTY-NINE - CANNED FRUITS & VEGETABLES

“B” (ages 9–13)
“C” (ages 14–19)

H1004

Tomatoes

H1005

Snap Beans

H1006

Beets (whole)

H1007

English Peas

H1008

Field or Crowder Peas

H1009

Lima or Butter Beans

H1010

Horticulture Beans

H1011

Okra

H1012

Carrots (diced or sliced)

H1013

Whole Grain Corn

H1014

Blackberries/dewberries

H1015

Other berries

H1016

Peaches

H1017

Pears

H1018

Other Canned Fruits

H1019

Other Canned Vegetables

 

 

CLASS FORTY - PRESERVES & JELLIES

“B” (ages 9–13)
“C” (ages 14–19)

H1020

Strawberry Preserves

H1021

Pear Preserves

H1022

Fig Preserves

H1023

Peach Preserves

H1024

Watermelon Preserves

H1025

Any other Preserves

H1026

Strawberry Jam

H1027

Blackberry Jam

H1028

Blueberry Jam

H1029

Peach Jam

H1030

Grape Jam

H1031

Pear Jam

H1032

Any other Jam

H1033

Apple Jelly

H1034

Blackberry Jelly

H1035

May haw Jelly

H1036

Grape Jelly

H1037

Blueberry Jelly

H1038

Mixed Fruit Jelly

H1039

Strawberry Jelly

H1040

Crabapple Jelly

H1041

Any other Jelly

H1042

Honey

 

 

CLASS FORTY-ONE - PICKLES & RELISHES

“B” (ages 9–13)
“C” (ages 14–19)

H1043

Any other Pickle

H1044

Tomato Sauce

H1045

Chili Sauce

H1046

Dixie Sauce

H1047

Cucumber Pickles, sweet

H1048

Cucumber Pickles, dill

H1049

Bread and Butter Pickles

H1050

Salsa

 

 

CLASS FORTY–TWO - CAKES

“B” (ages 9–13)
“C” (ages 14–19)

H1051

Layer Cake, with icing

H1052

Plain Loaf Cake, no icing

H1053

Devil’s  Food Cake

H1054

Best Decorated Cake

H1055

Chocolate Layer Cake

H1056

Any other Cake

 

 

CLASS FORTY-THREE - CANDY & CONFECTIONS

“B” (ages 9–13)
“C”  (ages 14–19)

H1057

Pralines, 3 pieces

H1058

Popcorn Balls, 3 pieces

H1059

Rice Krispies Bars, 3 pieces

H1060

Chocolate Fudge, 3 pieces

H1061

Peanut Butter Fudge, 3 pieces

H1062

Other Candy or Confections

H1063

Divinity, 3 pieces

H1064

Brownies, chocolate, 3 pieces

H1065

Brownies, with nuts, 3 pieces

H1066

Brownies, other, 3 pieces

 

 

CLASS FORTY-FOUR - BREADS

“B” (ages 9–13)
“C” (ages 14–19)

H1067

Biscuits, 3

H1068

Yeast Rolls, 3

H1069

Cinnamon Rolls, 3

H1070

Muffins, 3

H1071

Doughnuts, 3

H1072

Loaf Bread

H1073

Corn Bread

 

 

CLASS FORTY-FIVE - COOKIES & PIES

“B” (ages 9–13)
“C” (ages 14–19)

H1074

Sugar Cookies, 3

H1075

Filled Cookies, 3

H1076

Iced Cookies, 3

H1077

Chocolate Chip Cookies, 3

H1078

Peanut Butter Cookies, 3

H1079

Oatmeal Cookies, 3

H1080

Best Cookies, Ass’d 3

H1081

Any other Cookies

H1082

Chocolate Pie

H1083

Lemon Pie

H1084

Custard Pie

H1085

Cherry Pie

H1086

Apple Pie

H1087

Strawberry Pie

H1088

Any other Pie

 

 

CLASS FORTY-SIX - NEEDLEWORK

Exhibitors 9 – 19 years of age

CROSS STITCH

H1090

Clothing

H1091

Accessories

H1092

Household Articles

 

 

CROCHET

H1093

Clothing

H1094

Accessories

H1095

Household Articles

 

 

EMBROIDERY

H1096

Clothing

H1097

Accessories

H1098

Household Articles

 

 

CLASS FORTY-SEVEN - NEEDLEWORK

Exhibitors 9 – 19 years of age

QUILTIING

 

H1099

Accessories

H1100

Household Articles

 

 

KNITTIING

 

H1101

Clothing

H1102

Accessories

H1103

Household Articles

 

 

NEEDLE ART

 

H1104

Needlepoint

H1105

Latch Hook

 

 

PHOTOGRAPHY

 

Rules & Regulations

  1. Exhibits must be entered by 6:00 PM on Tuesday of the fair.
  2. All exhibits may be picked up Sunday following the fair between 9:00 AM and 5:00 PM
  3. Only one exhibit to a lot number.

CLASS FORTY-EIGHT – PHOTOGRAPHY

Color
1105 People
1106 Domestic animals
1107 Wildlife
1108 Nature
1109 Sports
1110 Other

Black & White
1111 People
1112 Domestic animals
1113 Wildlife
1114 Nature
1115 Sports
1116 Babies (0-3 years of age)
1117 Other

ART EXHIBIT DIVISION

Rules & Regulations

  1. All artists must reside in Tangipahoa Parish.
  2. No painting previously entered in this fair will be accepted.
  3. Exhibits must be entered before 6:00 PM on Tuesday of the fair.
  4. All paintings must be framed or matted and ready to hang (wire or hook).
  5. The following information must be securely attached to the back of each painting.

Category School, Grade (in youth and children divisions)

CLASS FORTY-NINE – ADULT

Exhibit Florals Scenes Still Life Human Portraits Animal Portraits Abstract
Pencil 1118 1119 1120 1121 1122 1123
Oil 1124 1125 1126 1127 1128 1129
Water Colors 1130 1131 1132 1133 1134 1135
Acrylic 1136 1137 1138 1139 1140 1141
Charcoal 1142 1143 1144 1145 1146 1147
Pastel 1148 1149 1150 1151 1152 1153
Mixed Media 1154 1155 1156 1157 1158 1159
Stained Glass 1160 1161 1162 1163 1164 1165
Pen & Ink 1166 1167 1168 1169 1170 1171

 

CLASS FIFTY – GRADES & YOUTH - (HIGH SCHOOL GRADES 9 THROUGH 12)

 

Exhibit Florals Scenes Still Life Human Portraits Animal Portraits Abstract
Oils 1172 1173 1174 1175 1176 1177
Water Colors 1178 1179 1180 1181 1182 1183
Acrylics 1184 1185 1186 1187 1188 1189
Charcoal 1190 1191 1192 1193 1194 1195
Pastel 1196 1197 1198 1199 1200 1201
Mixed Media 1202 1203 1204 1205 1206 1207
Pencil 1208 1209 1210 1211 1212 1213
Stained Glass 1214 1215 1216 1217 1218 1219
Pen & Ink 1220 1221 1222 1223 1224 1225
Other 1226 1227 1228 1229 1230 1231

 

CLASS FIFTY-ONE – GRADES & YOUTH - (ELEMENTARY GRADES 1 THROUGH 8)

 

Exhibit Florals Scenes Still Life Human Portraits Animal Portraits Abstract
Oil 1232 1233 1234 1235 1236 1237
Water Colors 1238 1239 1240 1241 1242 1243
Acrylics 1244 1245 1246 1247 1248 1249
Charcoal 1250 1251 1252 1253 1254 1255
Pastel 1256 1257 1258 1259 1260 1261
Mixed Media 1262 1263 1264 1265 1266 1267
Pencil 1268 1269 1270 1271 1272 1273
Crayon 1274 1275 1276 1277 1278 1279

 

CLASS FIFTY-TWO – CLOTHING ART

 

ADULT
1280 Shirts
1281 Jeans
1282 Aprons
1283 Other clothing

GRADES & YOUTH (Grades 9-12)

1284 Shirts
1285 Jeans
1286 Aprons
1287 Other clothing

GRADES & YOUTH (Grades 1-8)

1288 Shirts
1289 Jeans
1290 Aprons
1291 Other clothing

FLOWER AND PLANT

Rules and Regulations

  1. All flowers and plants entered as specimens must have been grown for at least 60 days by the exhibitor. No specimen by commercial nurserymen will be entered for competition.
  2. No individual may enter more than one exhibit under any lot or entry number.
  3. In cut flower exhibits, more or fewer flowers than called for will disqualify the exhibit.
  4. Floral arrangements must be made by the exhibitor at home, although material for arrangements need not be grown by the exhibitor. No premiums will be paid for exhibits not listed in this catalog.
  5. Entries of all flowers must be received by 6:00PM on Tuesday of the fair. Cut flowers and arrangements for which entries were made on Tuesday may be brought in Wednesday morning between 8-9 AM.
  6. Registration tags for plants may be made at the Flower Building by the exhibition staff where the exhibitor’s number will be added and the tag recorded in the judge’s book.
  7. Exhibitors are responsible for entering plants/flowers in the correct category. If any plant/flower is entered in the wrong category, it will not be judged in that category. In some cases, incorrect entries will be adjusted, if the exhibitor does not already have an entry in the correct category.
  8. In cut flower exhibits and displays, judging will be on size of bloom, color, quality, and condition of foliage and bloom. In floral arrangements, judging will be based on design, stability, container, and color.
  9. Container plants must not have plant shine or other material on foliage or flowers. No live animals or artificial decorations shall be exhibited with the plant. Judging will be based on cleanliness, uniformity, size for container, and overall health and vigor.

A Best in Show ribbon may be awarded for an outstanding flower, pot plant or floral arrangement.
Ribbons may be awarded regardless of number of entries, if judges deem the entry worthy.
ENTRIES WILL BE ABLE TO BE PICKED UP ON SUNDAY AFTER 1 PM ONLY!!!! YOU MUST PARK BY THE BACK GATE AND WALK IN!!!!! NO ONE WILL BE ALLOWED TO DRIVE ON THE FAIR GROUNDS BEFORE THE CLOSE OF THE FAIR!!!!!!

CLASS FIFTY-THREE - Cut Flowers
(Containers furnished by exhibitor, Fresh flowers only)

1292 Achimenes (2 stems)
1293 Bachelor Button, Amaranths (3 stems)
1294 Bougainvillea (1 branch)
1295 Camellia (1 stem)
1296 Candelabra (1 branch)
1297 Celosia, cockscomb (1 stem)
1298 Celosia, feather type (1 stem)
1299 Chrysanthemum (3 stems)
1300 Clematis (1 stem)
1301 Dahlia (1 stem)
1302 Gardenia (3 stems)
1303 Gerbera Daisy (3 stems)
1304 Hibiscus (1 stem)
1305 Hydrangea (1 stem)
1306 Impatiens (3 stems)
1307 Lantana (3 stems)
1308 Marigold (3 stems)
1309 Naked Lady, Spider Lily, Lycoris (3 stems)
1310 Periwinkle, Vinca (3 stems)
1311 Rose (1 stem)
1312 Salvia (3 stems)
1313 Verbena (3 stems)
1314 Zinnia (3 stems)
1315 Floral arrangement
     a)  Fresh (only fresh plant material)
     b)  dried (only dried plant material)
     c)  Mixed, (may contain fresh, dried, and/or non-plant materials)
1316 Any other flower not listed (1 stem)

CLASS FIFTY-FOUR - POT PLANTS & HOUSE PLANTS

1317 African Violet, double
1318 African Violet, single
1319 Aglaonema, Chinese evergreen
1320 Aloe Vera
1321 Aluminum Plant, Pilea
1322 Asparagus Fern, sprengeri type
1323 Asparagus Fern, any other type
1324 Begonia, rounded foliage
1325 Begonia, angled foliage
1326 Bird of Paradise, Strelitzia
1327 Bougainvillea
1328 Bromeliad, other than pineapple
1329 Cactus, holiday type
1330 Cactus, large, any other kind
1331 Cactus, small, any other kind
1331 A Cactus collection, 3 or more in same container
1332 Caladium
1333 Cast Iron Plant, Aspidistra
1334 Chlorophytum, Airplane, Spider plant
1335 Coleus
1336 Copper plant, Acalypha
1337 Croton, broad leaf type
1338 Croton, narrow leaf type
1339 Crown of Thorns, Euphorbia
1340 Dieffenbacchia
1341 Dracaena, wider leaf type
1342 Dracaena, narrow leaf type
1343 False Bird of Paradise
1344 Fern, Boston type
1345 Fern, Fish Tail type
1346 Fern, Maiden Hair
1347 Fern, Staghorn
1348 Fern, any other type
1349 Ficus benjamina
1350 Ficus, Rubber plant
1351 Ficus, any other type
1352 Geranium
1353 Hoya, Wax plant
1354 Impatiens
1355 Ivy, English type
1356 Ivy, Pothos
1357 Jade plant
1358 Kalanchoe
1359 Maranta, Prayer plant
1360 Moses in the Cradle, Rhoeo
1361 Norfolk Island Pine
1362 Orchid
1363 Ornamental Pepper
1364 Palm
1365 Peace Lily, Spathiphyllum
1366 Peperomia
1367 Philodendron
1368 Pineapple
1369 Polka Dot plant, Hypoestes
1370 Purple Passion, Gynura
1371 Sansevieria
1372 Schefflera
1373 Sedum
1374 Shrimp plant, Beloperone, Justicia
1375 Syngonium, Arrowhead
1376 Wandering Jew, Tradescantia, Zebrina
1377 Zebra plant, Aphelandra
1377A any other plant not listed
1377B plant combination, 2 or more types in same container

CLASS FIFTY-FIVE - CUT FLOWERS JUNIOR
(Containers furnished by exhibitor; Fresh flowers only)

1378 Achimenes (2 stems)
1379 Bachelor Button, Amaranthus (3 stems)
1380 Bougainvillea (1 branch)
1381 Camellia (1 stem)
1382 Candelabra (1 branch)
1383 Celosia, cockscomb (1 stem)
1384 Celosia, feather type (1 stem)
1385 Chrysanthemum (3 stems)
1386 Clematis (1 stem)
1387 Dahlia (1 stem)
1388 Gardenia (3 stems)
1389 Gerbera Daisy (3 stems)
1390 Hibiscus (1 stem)
1391 Hydrangea  (1 stem)
1392 Impatiens (3 stems)
1393 Lantana (3 stems)
1394 Marigold (3 stems)
1395 Naked Lady, Spider Lily, Lycoris (3 stems)
1396 Periwinkle, Vinca (3 stems)
1397 Rose (1 stem)
1398 Salvia (3 stems)
1399 Verbena (3 stems)
1400 Zinnia (3 stems)
1401 Any other flower not listed (1 stem)
1402 Floral arrangement
a)  fresh, only fresh plant material
b)  dried, only dried plant material
c)  mixed, may contain fresh, dried, and/or non-plant materials

CLASS FIFTY-SIX - Pot Plants & House Plants Junior

1403 African Violet, double
1404 African Violet, single
1405 Aglaonema, Chinese Evergreen
1406 Aloe vera
1407 Aluminum Plant, Pilea
1408 Asparagus Fern, sprengeri type
1409 Asparagus Fern, any other type
1410 Begonia, rounded foliage
1411 Begonia, angled foliage
1412 Bird of Paradise, Strelitzia
1413 Bougainvillea
1414 Bromeliad, other than pineapple
1415 Cactus, holiday type
1416 Cactus, large, any other kind
1417 Cactus, small, any other kind
1417 A Cactus collections, 3 or more in same container
1418 Caladium
1419 Cast Iron Plant, Aspidistra
1420 Chlorophytum, Airplane, Spider plant
1421 Coleus
1422 Copper plant, Acalypha
1423 Croton, broad leaf type
1424 Croton, narrow leaf type
1425 Crown of Thorns, Euphorbia
1426 Dieffenbacchia
1427 Dracaena, wider leaf type
1428 Dracaena, narrow leaf type
1429 False Bird of Paradise
1430 Fern, Boston type
1431 Fern, Fish Tail type
1432 Fern, Maiden Hair
1433 Fern, Staghorn
1434 Fern, any other type
1435 Ficus benjamina
1436 Ficus, Rubber plant
1437 Ficus, any other type
1438 Geranium
1439 Hoya, Wax plant
1440 Impatiens
1441 Ivy, English type
1442 Ivy, Pothos
1443 Jade plant
1444 Kalanchoe
1445 Maranta, Prayer plant
1446 Moses in the Cradle, Rhoeo
1447 Norfolk Island Pine
1448 Orchid
1449 Ornamental Pepper
1450 Palm
1451 Peace Lily, Spathiphyllum
1452 Peperomia
1453 Philodendron
1454 Pineapple
1455 Polka Dot plant, Hypoestes
1456 Purple Passion, Gynura
1457 Sansevieria
1458 Schefflera
1459 Sedum
1460 Shrimp plant, Beloperone, Justicia
1461 Syngonium, Arrowhead
1462 Wandering Jew, Tradescantia, Zebrina
1463 Zebra plant, Aphelandra
1463A any other plant not listed

WOODWORKING

Rules & Regulations

  1. All articles must be new.
  2. All exhibits must be listed under only one number.
  3. All exhibits will be tagged at the fair office for Divisions Class & Lot number.
  4. All entries must be entered by 6:00 PM Tuesday of the fair.
  5. A Sweepstakes Ribbon will be awarded to the person with the most blue ribbons and red ribbons.
  6. EXHIBITS MAY BE PICKED UP AFTER 1 PM ON SUNDAY AND YOU MUST PARK AT BACK GATE AND WALK IN.

CLASS FIFTY-SEVEN - Home Décor

1464 Window Boxes
1465 Picture Frame
1466 Wood Carving
1467 Wood Burning
1468 Wood Box (fire place)
1469 Wood Box with padded cover
1470 Any other

CLASS FIFTY-EIGHT - Household

1471 Napkin Holder
1472 Paper towel holder
1473 Bath tissue holder
1474 Recipe holder
1475 Table Deco
1476 Folk Art Picture
1477 Fork Art Figure
1478 Recipe Box
1479 Painted trays
1480 Bulletin board
1481 Waist paper box or basket
1482 Garbage box
1483 Potato box
1484 Jewelry box
1485 Any other

CLASS FIFTY-NINE - Yard Ornaments

1486 Bird house
1487 Blue Bird house
1488 Purple Martin house
1489 Yard Ornaments
1490 Planters- small trees
1491 Flower planters
1492 Mail box
1493 Mail box cover
1494 Any other yard decorations

CLASS SIXTY - Seasonal Yard Ornaments

1495 Christmas
1496 Easter
1497 Thanksgiving
1498 Mardi Gras
1499 Wheel Barrow to plant in
1500 Any other

CLASS SIXTY-ONE - Furniture

1501 End table
1502 Coffee table
1503 Chest of draws
1504 Chair (side)
1505 Rocker (adult)
1506 Rocker (child)
1507 Chair (child)
1508 Chair, upholstered
1509 Swing
1510 Glider
1511 Deck chairs
1512 Deck table
1513 T.V. Table
1514 Cabinet or TV
1515 Lawn chair
1516 Picnic table
1517 T.V. trays
1518 Trays
1519 Any other chairs
1520 Any other Porch furniture
1521 Any other furniture

CLASS SIXTY-TWO - Scroll Saw Items

1522 Clock
1523 Shelves, small
1524 Shelves, large
1525 Doll House
1526 Doll house Furniture
1527 Pull toys
1528 Boxes
1529 Furniture
1530 Small chair
1531 Rockers
1532 Baby doll furniture
1533 Bird houses
1534 Bird feeders
1535 Squirrel feeders
1536 other scroll saw made items

TEXTILES

Rules & Regulations

  1. All articles must be exhibited by their maker.
  2. All entries must be entirely new.
  3. Only one exhibit may be made for each entry.
  4. All entries will be tagged at the fair office for Division, Class, Lot Number and Name of Exhibit.
  5. Entries must be entered by 6:00 PM on Tuesday of the fair.
  6. EXHIBITS MAY BE PICKED UP AFTER 1PM ON SUNDAY AND YOU MUST PARK BY BACK GATE AND WALK IN.

CLASS SIXTY-THREE - Household Furnishings

Bedspreads, Afghans & Throws
1537 Afghan (a) crochet (b) Knit (c) other
1538 Throws (a) crochet (b) knit (c) other
1539 Any quilt top
1540 Any (a) quilt (b) blanket
1541 (a) Crochet Bedspread
(b) Knit Bedspread
(c) Any other bedspread

Pillow Cases
1542 Painted
1543 Edging on Pillow Case
(a) crochet (b) tatted
1544 Appliquéd with paint
1545 Appliqued by thread (machine or hand)
1546 Embroidered
1547 Pillow case (a) cross stitch (b) counted cross stitch (c) other

Pillows
1548 Painted
1549 Quilted
1550 Appliquéd with paint
1551 Appliquéd by thread
1552 Crochet
1553 Embroidered
1554 Counted cross stitch
1555 Seasonal
1556 Novelty
1557 Smocked
1558 (a) any other pillow (b) knit

Rugs
1559 Crochet
1560 Fabric
1561 Braided
1562 (a)any other rug (b)Jute (c) latch hook

Place Mat and Tablecloths
1563 Painted (a) Mat (b) tablecloth
1564 Counted cross stitch (a) mat (b) tablecloth
1565 Quilted (a) mat (b) tablecloth
1566 Crochet (a) mat (b) tablecloth
1567 Appliquéd (a) mat (b) tablecloth
1568 (a) Knit mat
(b) knit tablecloth
(c) Embroidered mat
(d) embroidered tablecloth
(e) plastic canvas mat
(f) woven mat
(g) any other mat
(h) any other tablecloth

Coasters
1569 Crochet
1570 Counted cross stitch
1571 Plastic cross stitch
1572 Painted
1573 Any other coaster

Centerpiece
1574 Painted
1575 Appliquéd with paint
1576 Appliquéd by thread
1577 Crochet
1578 Embroidered
1579 Counted cross stitch
1580 (a) Any other centerpiece (b) knit

Doily
1581 Painted
1582 Counted cross stitch
1583 Tatted Doily
1584 Appliqué with paint
1585 Appliqué by thread
1586 Crochet
1587 (a) Any other doily (b) knit (c) needle work

Table Runner and Dresser Scarf
1588 Painted
1589 Embroidery (a) table (b) dresser
1590 Appliqué with (a) paint (b) thread
1591 Crochet (a) table (b) dresser
1592 Counted cross stitch
1593 Any other needlework (a) table runner (b) dresser
1594 Quilted
1595 Any other (a) table runner (b) dresser

Napkin rings (set of 2)
1596 Painted
1597 Crocheted
1598 Plastic canvas
1599 Counted cross stitch
1600 Quilted
1601 Any other napkin rings

Potholder (1)
1602 Painted
1603 Appliqué with (a) paint (b) thread
1604 Knit
1605 Crochet
1606 Crocheted edging
1607 Quilted
1608 Counted cross stitch
1609 Novelty
1610 Seasonal
1611 Any other potholder
1612 Potholder rack, wood
1613 Potholder rack, any material except wood

Hot Pad
1614 Painted
1615 Counted cross stitch
1616 Appliqué with (a) paint (b) thread
1617 Knit
1618 Quilted
1619 Crochet
1620 Embroidered
1621 Any other hot pad

Dishtowel
1622 Painted
1623 Embroidered
1624 Counted cross stitch
1625 Crochet
1626 Appliqué with (a) paint (b) thread
1627 Knit
1628 Chicken scratch
1629 Quilted
1630 Any other dishtowel

Tea Towel
1631 Painted
1632 Appliqué with (a) paint (b) thread
1633 Quilted
1634 Counted cross stitch
1635 Crochet
1636 Embroidered
1637 Any other tea towel

Breadbasket Liners
1638 Counted cross stitch
1639 Painted
1640 Appliqué with paint
1641 Appliqué with thread
1642 Tatted edge
1643 Quilted
1644 Any other breadbasket liner

Tissue Box and Toilet Tissue Cover
1645 Painted
1646 Plastic cover
1647 (a) Crochet (b) knit (c) Quilted
1648 Counted cross stitch
1649 Porcelain flowers
1650 Seasonal
1651 Novelty
1652 Any other tissue box covers (except wood)
1653 Any toilet tissue cover (except wood)
1654 Any other miscellaneous bath item

CLASS SIXTY-FOUR - Clothing for All Ages

1655 Ladies Pants
1656 Mens pants
1657 Children’s pants
1658 Blouse or Shirt, ladies (a) short sleeve (b) long sleeve
1659 Shirt, men (a) short sleeve (b) long sleeve
1660 Shirt, children
1661 Skirt, Ladies
1662 Skirt, children
1663 Split skirt
1664 3 piece suit ladies
1665 3-piecesuit, men
1666 3-piece suit, (any 3 items)
1667 Dress-up dress, long or short
1668 Coat or jacket, long or short
1669 Coat or jacket, lined or unlined
1670 Sweater or Pullover, crochet quilte or knit (adult)
1671 Sweater or Pullover, crochet, quilted or knit (kids)
1672 Short set (adult)
1673 Dress – girl
1674 Complete sport outfit
1675 Short set (children)
1676 Any other clothing item (adult)
1677 Any other clothing item (children)

Lingerie
1678 Ladies Undergarments
1679 Pajamas or night gown
1680 House coats & robes
1681 House dress / robe
1682 Underwear – children
1683 Pajamas or night gown – children
1684 Any other lingerie

Sweatshirts
1685 Counted cross stitch
1686 Painted
1687 Appliqué with (a) paint (b) thread
1688 quilted
1689 Embroidered
1690 Silk flowers
1691 Cutwork
1692 Seasonal
1693 Sweatshirt dress
1694 Beaded or Rhinestone
1695 Any other sweatshirt

T-Shirts
1696 Painted
1697 Counted cross stitch
1698 Appliqué with (a) paint (b) thread
1699 Novelty
1700 Embroidered
1701 Silk flowers
1702 Beaded or Rhinestone
1703 Seasonal
1704 Any other t-shirt

CLASS SIXTY-FIVE - Clothing Accessories for All Ages

Collars
1705 Painted
1706 Battenberg lace
1707 Fabric
1708 Counted cross stitch
1709 Appliqué with (a) paint (b) thread
1710 (a) needle point (b) quilted
1711 Crochet
1712 Knitted
1713 Any other collar

Other Accessories
1714 Shawl – crochet
1715 Shawl – fabric
1716 Vest – adult (a) knit
(b) crochet
(c) quilted
(d) embroidered
(e) appliqué paint
(f) appliqué thread
1717 Vest – children (a) knit (b) crochet (c) quilted (d) embroidered (e) appliqué paint (f) appliqué thread
1718 Poncho – any
1719 Bandannas, wooden accessories
1720 Bandannas, beads/conches
1721 Bandannas, any other
1722 Scarves (a) crochet (b) knit (c) quilted (d) painted (e) Infinity (f) any other
1723 Fingerless gloves
1724 Tiles, any

Titles
1725 Painted
1726 Appliqué
1727 Candle wicked
1728 Counted cross stitch
1729 Seasonal
1730 Novelty
1731 Any other

Kitchen Apron
1732 Painted
1733 Appliqué with paint
1734 Appliqué with thread
1735 Candle wicked
1736 Counted cross stitch
1737 Needlepoint
1738 Seasonal
1739 Novelty
1740 Any other

Purses
1741 Painted
1742 Appliqué with (a) paint (b) thread
1743 Quilted
1744 Counted cross stitch
1745 Crochet
1746 Knitted
1747 Beaded
1748 Brazilian Embroidery
1749 Any other Purse

Totes
1750 Painted
1751 Appliqué with paint
1752 Appliqué with thread
1753 Counted cross stitch
1754 Crochet
1755 Knitted
1756 Beaded
1757 Brazilian Embroidery
1758 Any other (a) totes (b) wallets

CLASS SIXTY-SIX - Clothing & Accessories

Infants
1759 Dress, crochet
1760 Dress, any material
1761 Sacque, crochet
1762 Sacque, any material
1763 Booties crochet or knit
1764 Booties, any material
1765 Caps, crocket
1766 Caps, knitted
1767 Caps, any material

Sweaters
1768 Painted
1769 Counted cross stitch
1770 Appliqué with paint
1771 Appliqué with thread
1772 Beaded
1773 Knitted
1774 Crochet
1775 Novelty
1776 Any other

T-Shirts
1777 Painted
1778 Counted cross stitch
1779 Appliqué with paint
1780 Appliqué with thread
1781 Beaded
1782 Knitted
1783 Novelty
1784 Embroidered
1785 Any other

Bibs
1786 Painted
1787 Quilted
1788 Crochet
1789 Embroidered
1790 Appliqué with (a) paint (b) thread
1791 seasonal
1792 Counted cross stitch
1793 Any other (a) burp pad (b) diaper bag (c) bibs

Quilts
1794 Any quilts
Bedspreads, Afghans, Blankets
1795 Appliqué with paint
1796 Appliqué with thread
1797 Crochet
1798 Quilted
1799 Embroidered
1800 Afghan, crochet or knit
1801 Blanket, crochet or knit
1802 Blanket, any other material
1803 Bedspread, any other material
1804 Blanket, any other material

Toys
1805 Toys, any – must be safe

Pillows
1806 Painted
1807 Crochet
1808 Knitted
1809 Beaded
1810 Counted cross stitch
1811 Seasonal
1812 Novelty
1813 Appliqué with (a) paint (b) thread
1814 Quilted
1815 Embroidered
1816 any other pillow

CLASS SIXTY-SEVEN - Miscellaneous Art Projects

1817 Batten lace
1818 Knit
1819 Embroidered
1820 Folk Art
1821 Smocking
1822 Soft Sculpture
1823 Baskets – plastic
1824 Baskets – Fabric
1825 Baskets – other
1826 Crochet
1827 Counted cross stitch
1828 Appliqué with paint
1829 Appliqué with thread
1830 Chicken Scratch

CLASS SIXTY-EIGHT - Pictures & Frames

1831 Padded picture frame
1832 Wood picture frame
1833 Any other picture frame

Framed Pictures Needlework
1834 Needlepoint
1835 Counted Cross Stitch
1836 Wildlife Scene, Counted Cross Stitch
1837 Religious, Counted Cross Stitch
1838 Religious, any other Needlework
1839 Floral, Counted Cross Stitch
1840 Floral, any other Needlework
1841 Country, counted cross stitch
1842 Verse, counted Cross stitch
1843 Family tree, counted cross stitch
1844 Family tree, any other
1845 Name, counted cross stitch
1846 Name, any other
1847 Any other framed pictures needlework

CLASS SIXTY-NINE - Toys & Dolls

1848 Crochet toy
1849 Fabric Toy
1850 Any other (a) knit (b) quilted (c) other
1851 Crochet
1852 Sculptured
1853 Yarn
1854 Cornhusk
1855 Any other Dolls

Doll Clothes
1856 Any Doll Clothes

CLASS SEVENTY - SEASONAL DECORATIONS

Ornaments for Christmas Tree
1857 Painted Christmas Ornaments
1858 Plastic Canvas
1859 Stuffed
1860 Smocked
1861 Cornhusk
1862 Any other ornaments

Seasonal Decorations Any Material, (NO WREATHS IN THIS CATEGORY)
1863 Valentine’s Day
1864 Easter
1865 St. Patrick’s Day
1866 4th of July
1867 Halloween
1868 Thanksgiving
1869 Christmas
1870 Mardi Gras
1871 Mother’s Day
1872 Father’s Day
1873 New Year’s Day
1874 Spring
1875 Winter
1876 Fall
1877 Summer

CLASS SEVENTY-ONE - DESIGNER JEWELRY

1878 Wall paper
1879 Beaded
1880 Seasonal
1881 Wooden
1882 Glass
1883 Other

Earrings
1884 Wall Paper
1885 Beaded
1886 Seasonal
1887 Wooden
1888 Glass
1889 Other

Corsages or Lapel Pins
1890 Counted Cross Stitch
1891 Paper Towel
1892 Fabric
1893 Seasonal
1894 Dress
1895 Porcelain Flowers
1896 Silk
1897 other (a) beaded (b) chenille stems

Hair Barrettes
1898 Beaded
1899 Bow
1900 Rhinestones
1901 Porcelain Flowers
1902 Seasonal, Valentine
1903 Seasonal, Christmas
1904 Seasonal, Halloween
1905 Seasonal, Easter
1906 Dressy
1907 Any other season
1908 Any other

CLASS SEVENTY-TWO - WREATHS

1909 Valentine, any material
1910 Easter, any material
1911 4th of July, any material
1912 Halloween, any material
1913 Thanksgiving, any material
1914 Christmas, any material
1915 Fall, any material
1916 Spring, any material
1917 Summer, any material
1918 Winter, any material
1919 Pine cone
1920 Fabric
1921 Plastic Canvas
1922 Porcelain Flowers
1923 any other wreath

CLASS SEVENTY-THREE - DOOR HANGERS & DOOR STOPS

Door Hangers
1924 plastic Canvas
1925 Fabric
1926 Crochet
1927 Needlepoint
1928 Quilted
1929 Seasonal
1930 Name
1931 Any other

CLASS SEVENTY-FOUR - PORCELAIN FLOWERS
1932 Trinket Jewelry Box
1933 Porcelain Decorated Basket
1934 Wall Hanging
1935 Floral Table Arrangement
1936 Decorated Frame
1937 Jewelry
1938 Any other

CLASS SEVENTY-FIVE - MISCELLANEOUS

1939 Key chains, plastic canvas
1940 Key chains, other
1941 Jewelry or Trinket box, any
1942 Bookmarks, crochet
1943 Bookmarks, Counted Cross stitch
1944 Bookmarks, Tatted Edging
1945 Bookmarks knit
1946 Bookmarks, any other
1947 Handkerchief, Crochet edging
1948 Handkerchief, tatted edging
1949 Handkerchief, other
1950 Chair Cushions, counted cross stitch
1951 Chair Cushions, needlework, any
1952 Paperweight, counted cross stitch
1953 Paperweight, other

CLASS SEVENTY-SIX - REFRIGERATOR MAGNETS

1954 Counted Cross Stitch
1955 Painted Wood
1956 Crochet
1957 Porcelain Flowers
1958 Stuffed
1959 Soft Sculpture
1960 Quilted
1961 other (a) knit (b) plastic canvas (c) other
1962 plant combination, 2 or more types in same container

CLASS SEVENTY-SEVEN - Southern Kitchen (3 each per entry)

Candy and confections
1963 Pralines
1964 Popcorn Balls
1965 (a) Rice Krispies Bars
(b) with peanut butter
1966 Chocolate Fudge
1967 Peanut butter fudge
1968 candy – other
1969 Divinity
1970 (a) Brownies
(b) with icing

Biscuits, Muffins and Rolls
1971 Drop Biscuits
1972 Rolled Biscuits
1973 Yeast Rolls
1974 Cinnamon Rolls
1975 Breakfast Muffins
1976 Cornmeal Muffins
1977 Cornmeal Muffins
1978 Bran Muffins
1979 all other Muffins

Cookies
1980 Sugar cookies
1981 Filled cookies
1982 Iced Cookies
1983 Chocolate Chip Cookies
1984 Peanut Butter Cookies
1985 Oatmeal Cookies
1986 Candy Cookies
1987 Any other cookies
1988 Cupcakes –any
1989 Cakes -any

New Household divisions

Belts
1990 crochet
1991 Knit
1992 Quilted
1993 Leather
1994 Corded
1995 Material
1996 any other belt

Socks
1997 knit
1998 Crochet
1999 any other

Slippers
2000 knit
2001 crochet
2002 quilted
2003 any other

Ties
2004 Material
2005 Crochet
2006 Knit
2007 quilted
2008 western
2009 western bolo
2010 any other

Eye Glass Case
2011 beaded
2012 Plastic Canvas
2013 Crochet
2014 Quilted
2015 any other

Macramé/ Para cord
2016 bracelets
2017 necklaces
2018 belts
2019 plant hangers
2020 other

Book Trees
2021 Christmas
2022 Spring
2023 Summer
2024 Fall
2025 Winter
2026 Western
2027 4th of July
2028 Easter
2029 other

Monogramming
2030 shirts
2031 t-shirts
2032 sweatshirts
2033 purses
2034 totes
2035 towels
2036 other

SENIOR CITIZENS

Voluntary Council on Aging
106 North Bay, Amite, LA

Rules and Regulations

  1. Competition is open to Tangipahoa Parish residents 60 years of age or older whether in club or not.
  2. Only articles made since last October may be exhibited.
  3. All articles in this division must be entirely finished and must be either new or well-laundered.
  4. All articles must be tagged for size and name of the article.
  5. All entries must be entered before 3:00 PM the Tuesday of the Fair.
  6. All entries must be picked up the between 1PM Sunday of the Fair and the close of the Fair.

TERMS AND DEFINITIONS:
Centerpiece: 14” or over
Doily: under 14”
Collection: consists of 3 or more
Dresser Scarf: trimmed three (3) sides, back hemmed
Table Scarf: trimmed on all four (4) sides

CLASS SEVENTY-EIGHT - HOUSEHOLD TEXTILES

2037 Bedspread, any
2038 Acrylic Afghan
2039 Afghan, other
2040 Throws, any

CLASS SEVENTY-NINE - QUILTS & COMFORTERS

2041 Appliqués quilt
2042 Patchwork, quilt
2043 Any quilt top
2044 Any quilt, other

CLASS EIGHTY - LINENS, SHEETS & PILLOWCASES

2045 Pair Pillow cases embroidered
2046 Pair Pillow cases, crochet in edges
2047 Pillow case, painted
2048 Pillow case, crochet tatted edging
2049 Appliquéd, painted

Linens, Sheets, and Pillowcases Cont.
2050 Appliqué, with thread (machine or hand)
2051 Pillow case, embroidered
2052 Pillow case, other
2053 Sheets, embroidered
2054 sheets, crochet edges
2055 Sheets, painted
2056 Sheets, crochet tatted edging
2057 Sheets, other
2058 Linens, other

CLASS EIGHTY-ONE - TABLE COVERINGS

2059 Tablecloth, any
2060 Table Scarf, embroidered
2061 Table Scarf, other
2062 Dresser Scarf, Embroidered
2063 Centerpiece
2064 Dolly, crochet
2065 Dolly, needlework
2066 Dolly, other
2067 other

CLASS EIGHTY-TWO - HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS

2068 Fingertip towel, any
2069 Dish Towel, cross stitch
2070 Dish Towel, embroidered
2071 Dish Towel, appliqué
2072 Dish Towel, other
2073 Guest Towel, any
20740 Throw Pillows, crochet
2075 Throw Pillows, embroidered
2076 Throw Pillows cross stitch
2077 Throw Pillows, candle wicked
2078 Throw Pillows, quilted
2079 Throw Pillows, other
2080 Rug
2081 Pot Holder, novelty
2082 Pot Holder, appliqué
2083 Pot Holder, crochet
2084 Pot Holder, needle point
2085 Pot Holder, quilted
2086 Pot Holder, other
2087 Needlepoint Picture Frame
2088 Tissue Box cover, seasonal
2089 Tissue Box cover, crochet
2090 Tissue Box cover, Novelty
2091 Tissue Box cover, other
2092 Wash Cloth, decorated
2093 Wash Cloth, other
2094 Appliance cover, any
2095 other

CLASS EIGHTY-THREE - ADULT & TEENAGER CLOTHING

2096 Scarf
2097 Jackets, lined
2098 Jackets, unlined
2099 Dress, formal
2100 Dress, casual
2101 Suit, any material
2102 House/Brunch Coat
2103 Skirt
2104 Blouse
2105 Gown, night
2106 Panties
2107 Slip
2108 Kitchen apron, fancy or novelty
2109 Kitchen Apron, other
2110 Pants
2111 Collar, crochet
2112 Collar, needlework
2113 Collar, other
2114 Vest, painted
2115 Vest, appliqué
2116 Vest, Crochet
2117 Vest, needlework
2118 Vest, quilted
2119 Vest, other
2120 Slippers, any
2121 other

CLASS EIGHTY-FOUR - CLOTHING, CHILDREN AGES 4-12

2122 Dress, formal
2123 Dress, other
2124 Skirt
2125 Shorts
2126 Shirt
2127 Pants
2128 Hats
2129 Suits
2130 Other

CLASS EIGHTY - FIVE - INFANTS: CLOTHING AND ACCESSORIES

2131 Dress
2132 Sacque, any kind
2133 Booties
2134 Caps/Hats
2135 Bibs
2136 Quilt
2137 Bedspread
2138 Pillow
2139 Afghan, crochet or knit
2140 Afghan, other
2141 Homemade Stuffed Toy
2142 Other

CLASS EIGHTY-SIX - CROCHET/KNITTED WOOL/ACRYLIC

2143 Lady’s Sweater
2144 Child’s Sleeveless Vest, crochet or knit
2145 Lady’s Sleeveless Vest
2146 Slippers
2147 Hat, crochet or knit
2148 Purse, crochet or knit
2149 Crochet collars
2150 Wall hanging
2151 Rug, crochet
2152 Rug, other
2153 Picture
2154 Other

CLASS EIGHTY-SEVEN - HOBBY & HANDCRAFT

2155 Freehand Painting
2156 Collection (3 hobby articles)
2157 Hobby Woodwork, any
2158 Hobby, other
2159 Candle wicked
2160 Purse, any
2161 Chicken Scratch
2162 Padded Picture Frame
2163 Macramé, any
2164 Stuffed toys
2165 Doll clothes
2166 Ceramics, collections of 3
2167 Ceramics, under glazed
2168 Ceramics, pairs
2169 Ceramics, Christmas
2170 Ceramics, stain
2171 Ceramics, glaze
2172 Ceramics, seasonal
2173 Ceramics, other
2174 Seasonal Decorations, any
2175 Christmas Ornaments
2176 Plastic needlepoint, any
2177 Counted cross stitch, any
2178 Textile Painting, any
2179 Decorated Sweatshirts
2180 Painted Sweatshirts
2181 Basket, any
2182 Painted T-shirt
2183 Decorated T-shirt
2184 Wood Article
2185 Handmade Jewelry
2186 Decorated hanger
2187 Brazilian Embroidery
2188 Creative Twist
2189 Appliquéd T-shirt
2190 Appliquéd Sweatshirt
2191 Tote
2192 Porcelain-izing silk Flowers
2193 Rugs, fabric
2194 Rugs, Braided
2195 Rugs, other
2196 Wreaths, seasonal
2197 Wreaths, other
2198 Woodwork, seasonal
2199 Door Hangings, seasonal
2200 Door Hangings, other
2201 Door stop, seasonal
2202 Door stop, other
2203 Hair clips, seasonal
2204 Hair clips, other

CLASS EIGHTY-EIGHT - POT PLANTS & HOUSEHOLD PLANTS

2205 Hanging Baskets, any
2206 Any plants labeled

CLASS EIGHTY-NINE - PRESERVES

2207 Preserves, any

CLASS NINETY - JELLIES

2208 Jellies, any

NURSING HOME DIVISION

RULES AND REGULATIONS

  1. All articles must be exhibited by their maker. (A representative from the nursing home may bring the items to the fair.)
  2. All entries must be received by 3 pm on the Tuesday of the fair.

CLASS NINETY-ONE - NEEDLEWORK

2209 All needlework, crocket, knit, any

CLASS NINETY-TWO - HOBBIES

2210 Decorations, seasonal
2211 Woodwork, any
2212 Paintings, any
2213 other

CLASS NINETY-THREE - CLOTHING

2214 Infant, any
2215 Children’s, any
2216 Toy, any
2217 Infant Bedding, any
2218 Adult, any
2219 other

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400 Reid Ave.
Amite, LA

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