Provincial Winter Fair upholds the value of youth development as embodied in the 4-H program, but furthers it with recognition of local agriculture and food production and a mandate to educate the public.
The fair offers a great livestock show - both to compete in and to view from the stands! It celebrates the diversity of the 4-H program's various projects and the community's local agriculture through additional open division competitions.
General Rules & Regulations and 4-H Club Forms are located below (forms applicable for all Divisions)
Specific Division Rules and Entry Information Can Be Located By Clicking on Your Specific Project
Please review the general and regulations of the Provincial Winter Fair
This class is designed to allow competitors to demonstrate their ability to show different project animals – namely BEEF, SHEEP, HORSES, POULTRY, & RABBITS, SUBJECT TO PROJECT AVAILABILITY AT THE FAIR. Each section will be held in conjunction with the showmanship classes of each division, and will be judged by the respective showmanship judge, according to the standards of each division.
This is such an entertaining class to watch and to participate in! Members get to learn how to safely judge and exhibit another project other than their own, and its fun watching a horse member show a sheep or a rabbit member handle a large beef project! It creates memories for a lifetime!
* We have not yet determined if there will be a Round Robin competition in 2020. Stay tuned!
Educational displays are an important aspect of the 4-H Communications project as they enable 4-H members to convey a message visually to a wide audience. Any 4-H member in any project area can make an educational display to enter at their local fair contest. In addition, a club may work together to create a display. There are so many topics ideas to choose from - wandering through the displays is very educating and entertaining!
Watch for more information about our online ed display competition, or contact your 4-H leader.