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Creative Arts – Ag/Floriculture

IT’S FREE, IT’S FUN AND IT’S FOR EVERYONE!
CONTEST CATEGORIES: GRADES K-12, ADULT AND SENIOR (55+)




CREATIVE ARTS

Contests Include
Baking
Canning
Crafts
Preserving
Crochet
Cross Stitch
Knitting
Sewing
Quilts
Painting
Drawing
Beading
Jewelry
Photography
Woodworking





AGRICULTURE AND FLORICULTURE

Contests Include
Honey
Eggs
Vegetables
Vegetables Art
Artistic Arrangement
House Plants
Fairy Gardens
Flowers
Weeds
Succulents
Annuals
Perennials



Check-In and Exhibit Entries



Creative Arts
Douglas County Fairgrounds
Events Center
Sunday, August 1
12:00 PM- 4:00 PM




Ag & Floriculture
Douglas County Fairgrounds
Events Center
Thursday, August 5
7:00 AM - 11:00 AM


Display

CREATIVE ARTS - AG/ FLORICULTURE - OPEN DIVISION EXHIBITS ON DISPLAY

EVENTS CENTER – THE MARKETPLACE

Friday, August 6 — 12:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Saturday, August 7 — 10:00 AM – 9:00 PM
Sunday, August 8 — 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM



Judging


Creative Arts
General Projects- Closed to Public

Quilt Judging- Open to Public
Douglas County Fairgrounds
Events Center
Monday, August 2
Begins at 9:00 AM



Ag & Floriculture

All Projects- Open to the Public
Douglas County Fairgrounds- Events Center
TBD


Exhibit Release

Events Center - Creative Arts, Ag & Floriculture, Jr. Division, 4-H General Projects

Douglas County Fairgrounds
Sunday, August 8
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM


Frequently Asked Questions

Can you enter Quilts in the Seniors Department?

Yes, you can. You can also enter in the Quilt Department. The quilts entered in the Seniors Department uses the same judges as the Quilt Department. Our quilts are judged first. They are judged against only the quilts in our department. We have a Best of Show award for the Senior Quilt also.

What other categories can I enter in Seniors Department?

The only departments that we do not take entries for are Baking and Canning. All other departments, Crafts, Home Arts, Quilts, Photography and Fine Arts can be entered in Seniors. The judges for the other Departments also judge the entries in the Seniors Department.

What is the “Most Unique Recycle Award”?

That is only for Class 34 - Recycled. Of all other entries in this class, it is the most UNIQUE item made from recycled anything. Example: A Halloween skeleton with moving arms and legs made from gallon milk jugs. Use your imagination…..every year we see so many amazing ideas!!

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