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- Ambassador Pageant (Class Information, Application)
- Antique Tractor Pull (Class Information, Release and Waiver of Liability)
- Awards (2018 Agricultural Service Diploma, 2019 Citizen of the Year, 2019 Youth Award of Excellence, Citizen of the Year Nomination Form)
- Canned and Bottled Goods
- Children’s Events
- Entry Form (Indemnification and Hold Harmless Form)
- Flowers and Plants
- Grains and Grasses
- Home Baking
- Homecraft Advance Prize List
- Horse Draw
- Junior Work
- Lawn Mower Races (Class Information, Release and Waiver of Liability)
- Leeds County 4-H
- Maple Syrup and Sugar
- OAAS Competitions
- Truck Pull (Truck Pull, Release and Waiver of Liability, Entry Form)
- Western Horse Show (Class Information, Western Games Entry Form)
Message from the President
This year we are celebrating 189 years of continuous service to the people of this community. The Delta Fair is a success each year because of the loyal support and generous contributions made by the many volunteers in the area.
Volunteers give their valuable time and energy to come and support the fair. Their involvement, from paid gate admissions to attending committee meetings, helps create entertainment for our visitors and serves to further Delta’s reputation as a first-class fair. Volunteers also donate equipment and resources to help improve the overall appearance and operation of the fair. These donations assist in maintaining our facilities in a safe, working condition and serve to enhance the attractiveness of the grounds. Volunteers continue to financially support the variety of services that make a fair successful.
During the past year, we have been very fortunate to have received financial assistance from the Township of Rideau Lakes and Farm Credit Canada through the Agri-Spirit Fund. Both contributions have been used to assist in preparing our Main Hall as a shelter in the event of a local emergency. Thank you for your contributions!
We, the Board of Directors, take this opportunity to invite you to come to the fair and celebrate rural life and encourage you to thank the countless individuals who assisted in making the Delta Fair what it is today.
Lend a hand and we will see you at the fair!
Homecraft Notice from the Chairperson
We would like to remind all Exhibitors to review the rules and regulations of the fair which are printed in the prize list on page 4. Of particular note is that an Exhibitor may only enter one item in a section, all exhibits must have been completed in the last two years and it can only be shown for a maximum of two years. Duplicate entries and items that have been entered more than twice will not be judged.
2019 membership fee is $10.00 (taxes included)
Special thanks to our exhibitors, volunteers and judges who commit their time and energy to making this a successful part of the Delta Fair.
Upon arrival to the grounds, Exhibitors are to stop and register at the Fair Office before taking their exhibits to either the Main Exhibit Hall or the Agricultural Produce Building.
Exhibitors cannot use the same number from year to year. Please contact the Office Staff for a new number for the upcoming fair.
Exhibitors need to have their membership fee paid and entry forms filed with Office Staff, exhibit entry tags completed / attached and exhibits delivered to either the Main Exhibit Hall or the Agricultural Produce Building between the hours of 4:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. on Wednesday, July 24th, 2019.
Items must be picked up between the hours of 4:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. on Sunday, July 28th. Items not picked up by 6:00 p.m. will be held at the Fair Office until August 12th. Please contact Office Staff to make arrangements for a delayed pick up. If you have any concerns, please advise the Homecraft Team when you are dropping off your items on Wednesday.