Coffs Harbour agricultural show 2015 Pavilion Schedule




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Coffs Harbour

AGRICULTURAL SHOW

2015 Pavilion Schedule


Amateur Beer, Art, Beading, Cake Decorating Children’s Art & Craft, China Painting, Cooking Craft Work, Flowers & Plants, Fresh Produce & Honey Jams & Preserves, Knitting & Crochet, Needlework Paper Craft, Patchwork, Photography




Saturday & Sunday 16-17 May 2015





Welcome to the 2015 Coffs Harbour Agricultural Show

Remembering Gallipoli’


With the annual Show following only weeks after a very poignant ANZAC remembrance service & recollections of the campaign that changed so many lives, we’re looking forward to a great Pavilion display of School exhibits and the interpretations of ‘Remembering Gallipoli’ by our youngest students.
As Australia’s traditional owners appear to be embracing Coffs Harbour’s evolving multi-cultural population, we’re truly blessed to be living on country so steeped in tradition & history yet for many years, without major conflict.
The Show committee has planned a Show weekend with its community in mind. A gathering of exhibition, competition & entertainment over 2 full days showcasing practically everything Coffs Harbour and its residents have to offer. Whether it be a working Clydesdale, a winning scone, a state-of-the-art motor car, a chook washing demonstration, an historic tractor, a prize bunch of Bananas, the petting & feeding Baby Animal Nursery, a spin on the Dodgem Cars or a prize bull vying for “Champion of the Show” there will be something for everyone.
A first for Coffs Hbr is the amazing show-within-a-show the Ultimate Boys Toys Expo, a major attraction located on the old Soccer field.
The hard working Ladies Auxiliary will provide fresh & affordable food in 3 canteens as well as visiting food & coffee vendors trading in an outdoor food court.
The Showgrounds have been handed back to the people of Coffs Harbour and the Agricultural Show gates are open to everyone so come on Coffs, with your support we’ll enjoy them both for generations to come.
Margo Caba - Show Society President

Enter a Poppy - Section 18 class 25



COFFS HARBOUR SHOW SOCIETY INC.

P.O. BOX 219

COFFS HARBOUR 2450

entries or enquiries to the secretary:

coffsshow@aim.com or phone 0499 415 201
PRESIDENT & SECRETARY: Margo Caba

VICE PRESIDENT: Karen Luke

ASSISTANT SECRETARY: Peter Kimber

TREASURER: Peter Grimmond

ASSISTANT TREASURER: Lorraine Tibbs

COMMITTEE:

Heather Austin Margaret Beckett Joy Bertoli

Frances Blake Garry Chapman Marilyn Chapman

Marilyn Cragg Melissa Crossland Jackie England

John England Annette Lane Brian Lane

Lorraine Moody Christopher Pearson Ron Powell

Gregory Spies Barbara Van Ryswyk Bill van Ryswyk

Lorraine White



PAVILION COORDINATOR: Peter Kimber
PATRONS:

Andrew Fraser MLA, Luke Hartsuyker MHR, Cr Nan Cowling, Mayor Denise Knight



SHOW OPENING HOURS

Saturday 16 May 2015 9am – 9.00pm PAVILION closes at 7.00pm

Sunday 17 May 2015 9am – 5.30pm PAVILION closes at 4.00pm &

reopens for collection at 4.30pm


Daily admission

Adults $15.00

Pensioner $10.00 Aged & Disability only

Child $10.00 (3-15 years)

Family $40.00 (2adults & up to 4children)

Day passes only. No weekend passes available in2015



NB Every person pays entrance to grounds including competitors/exhibitors.


TO EXHIBITORS ALL SECTIONS

While the committee will take every precaution under the circumstances, to ensure the safety of articles sent to the exhibitions, they wish it to be distinctly understood that the owners themselves must take the risk of exhibiting them and should any article be lost or stolen the committee will not hold themselves responsible.


Competitors in Horse events, Jumping and all other events set out in the Society's Schedule compete in same at their own risk. The Show Society has no liability.
INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITORS: Industrial and Commercial exhibitors should book space as early as possible and will be issued with two complimentary tickets for the duration of the Show; all other persons on Industrial stands not being members must pay full admission charge
EARLY LODGING OF ENTRIES: All entries should be lodged as early as possible to assist the office staff. Entries may be posted to: Pavilion Secretary, Coffs Harbour Show Society, PO Box 219, COFFS HARBOUR NSW 2450
ENTRY FORMS can be submitted from Monday 4 May 2015 at the Show Office.

ENTRIES ONLINE TO pavilionchshow@live.com

ENTRIES BY TELEPHONE may be made on 0499 415 201
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT, RELEASE AND INDEMNITY: In entering, competitors and exhibitors agree to abide by any decision of the Committee and agree to compete/exhibit at their own risk and to indemnify and keep indemnified the Society and its committee, officials, members and volunteers against all claims, suits, actions or demands which may be brought against it in respect of any injuries or other loss sustained in the course of competing and\or exhibiting in any events and/or classes and agree to exonerate the Coffs Harbour Show Society Inc., its committee and members from all responsibility and from all loss or injury whether from alleged negligence or otherwise.
PAVILION EXHIBIT ELIGIBILITY: Exhibits which have won a major prize at a previous Coffs Harbour Show cannot be entered for Judging. They may however, be included for display purposes subject to the availability of suitable space and after Judging has been completed.
ENTRY PROCEDURES: Exhibitors will be given a perforated card for each entry. Please attach the large section to exhibits securely and retain the small section to present to the Stewards when collecting your entry on Sunday 17 May 2015 from 4.30pm.
PRIZE AWARDS: Judges may, at their discretion, award 1st and/or 2nd prizes and/or make Highly Commended Awards. Judges also have the discretion to make no prize or award in a Class if, in their opinion, there is no exhibit in its class worthy of a prize or award.
PRIZE MONEY: Please see each section; Prize money will only be awarded to 1st prize if 2 or more exhibits are entered in that class. Prize money will only be paid to 2nd prize if 3 or more exhibits are entered in that class.

Prize money may be collected on Saturday 16 May 3.30pm-4.30pm, Sunday 16 May 10am-11am from the Show Secretary’s office or Sunday 17 May 4.30pm to 5.30pm from the MAIN PAVILION.

The office will open again for prize collection on Monday 18 May from 10am -11am. Prize money not collected by 11.00am on Monday 18 May 2015 will be forfeited.



PRIZES AND GST

The Australian Taxation Office has deemed that GST is payable on prizes if an Exhibitor is registered for GST and enters an Exhibit as part of a business enterprise.





Vale JACK PIKE

LIFE MEMBER

COFFS HARBOUR SHOW SOCIETY Inc.

Jack showed in and contributed to the

POULTRY SECTION of the

Coffs Harbour Agricultural Show from 1946-2007




SHOW DATES:

16 – 17 May 2015

JUDGING DAY: Please check relevant sections

ENTRY FORMS can be submitted at Show Office from:

Monday 4 May 2015

ENTRY FEES: Please check relevant sections

EXHIBIT DROP OFF: Please check relevant sections

PAVILION OPEN TO PUBLIC

Saturday 9.00am - 7.00pm

Sunday 9.00am - 4.00pm

EXHIBIT PICK UP FROM PAVILION: Sunday, 4.30pm - 5.30pm




1

HORSES separate schedule

17

CHINA PAINTING p. 26

3

BEEF CATTLE separate schedule

18

CRAFT WORK p.27

4

POULTRY separate schedule

19

KNITTING & CROCHET p.29

5

CATS separate schedule

20

NEEDLEWORK 31

10

FRESH PRODUCE & HONEY p. 7

21

PATCHWORK 32

11

BANANAS p.11

23

JAMS, PRESERVE 34S

12

PAPER CRAFT p.13

24

COOKING 36

13

BEADING p.16

25

CAKE DECORATION 42

14

FLOWERS & PLANTS p.18

26

PHOTOGRAPHY 44

15

CHILDREN’S ART & CRAFT p.11

27

HOME BREW 47

16

ART p.25








SECTION 10 FRESH PRODUCE & HONEY
STEWARDS: Members of Coffs Harbour Garden Club

ENTRY FEE: $2.00

RIBBONS: to 2nd place

PRIZE: 1st $6.00 2nd $3.00 unless otherwise stated

Prize money will only be awarded to 1st prize if 2 or more exhibits are entered in that class. Prize money will only be paid to 2nd prize if 3 or more exhibits are entered in that class.



EARLY LODGING of Entry Forms from 4 May 2015 at Show Office

ENTRY FORMS to be submitted to secretary’s office by 9am Friday 15 May, 2015

EXHIBIT DROP OFF to pavilion: Between 1pm-5pm Thursday 14 May, 2015 and between 8am-9am Friday 15 May, 2015

JUDGING: Friday 15 May, 2015

EXHIBIT PICKUP from pavilion: Sunday 17 May, 2015 after 4.30pm

The Stewards reserve the right not to exhibit any item offered for exhibition


Commercial growers are not eligible to compete in the fresh produce classes. All exhibits must be grown or produced personally by the exhibitor.
Farm Produce

Do not wash eggs as this removes their natural bloom, but if really necessary a slightly damp cloth may be used. Display in a clean undamaged carton.


Fruit

Fruit exhibits to be displayed with stems attached, with the exception of citrus fruits stems to be cut close to the surface of the rind leaving green plump sepals


Vegetables

A sample cut may be necessary for judging purposes, with the exception of pumpkins. Vegetable exhibits are to be displayed with stems or roots attached with the exception of Asian vegetables, potatoes, rhubarb and silver beet.


Honey Products

A standard 500g jar filled to 5ml from the rim with a white lid is required for the Honey Classes. Honey Exhibits will be judged against the standard point scales applying to various honey products, that is flavour, density, colour, aroma, and cleanliness.





Eggs, Nuts, Fruit and Vegetables

CLASS CLASS




1

Hen Eggs

6

23

Lettuce, any variety

1

2

Duck Eggs

6

24

Potatoes of one variety, brushed

3

3

Nuts unshelled any variety

250g

25

Rhubarb, Stalks

4

4

Australian Native Fruit (bush tucker), minimum

3

26

Silver beet, leaves, one variety

4

5

Grapefruit, any variety

3

27

Snow Peas

50g

6

Guava, any variety

3

28

Shallots bunching, roots and tops untrimmed

6

7

Jam/Pie Melon, any variety

1

29

Spring Onions, roots and tops untrimmed

4

8

Kiwifruit, any variety

3

30

Tomatoes, Ripe, any variety

3

9

Lemons, any variety

3

31

Tomatoes, Green, any variety

3

10

Mandarins, any variety

3

32

Tomatoes Cherry, trusses

3

11

Oranges, any variety

3

33

Zucchini, any variety

3

12

Passionfruit, any variety

3

34

Table Pumpkin, Gramma or Butternut

1

13

Paw Paw, any variety

1

35

Heaviest Pumpkin to be weighed before entering

1

14

Fruit not otherwise mentioned

3

36

Marrow, any variety

1

15

Asian Vegetables, any variety

2

37

Squash, any variety

1

16

Beans, any variety

100g

38

Vegetable not otherwise mentioned

3

17

Beetroot, any variety

3

39

Avocados, of one variety

3

18

Carrots, one variety,

3

40

Heaviest Avocado

1

19

Chillies, collection, any variety, minimum

6

41

Culinery Herb Garden, at least 6 species, no larger 50cm.




20

Chokos, Green or White

2

42

Collection Cut Herbs

6

21

Cucumber, any variety

2

43

Collection of Fruit




22

Garlic, any variety, knobs

3

44

Collection of Vegetable































Class 45 Champion Exhibit Classes 1-14 Certificate

Class 46 Champion Exhibit Classes 15-44 Certificate
School Vegie Box

ENTRY FEE: $2.00

PRIZES: 1st $6.00, 2nd $3.00

RIBBONS: to 2nd place

Prize money will only be awarded to 1st prize if 2 or more exhibits are entered in that class. Prize money will only be paid to 2nd prize if 3 or more exhibits are entered in that class.





Class 47

Schools Vegie Garden Box or basket (not exceeding 50cm square) of produce from a Primary School’s own Vegetable Garden comprising five different varieties of vegetables. An emphasis on SUSTAINABILITY OR RECYCLING is preferred. Exhibit will be judged on quality of produce and presentation. School is to supply laminated signage no larger than A5 with the School’s name.



Class 48

Schools Vegie Garden Box or basket (not exceeding 50cm square) of produce from a Secondary School’s own Vegetable Garden comprising five different varieties of vegetables. An emphasis on SUSTAINABILITY OR RECYCLING is preferred. Exhibit will be judged on quality of produce and presentation. School is to supply laminated signage no larger than A5 with the School’s name.



Class 49

Schools Vegie Garden Box or basket (not exceeding 50cm square) of produce from a Learning Support Class’ own Vegetable Garden comprising five different varieties of vegetables. An emphasis on SUSTAINABILITY OR RECYCLING is preferred. Exhibit will be judged on quality of produce and presentation. School is to supply laminated signage no larger than A5 with the School’s name.


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