Our Exhibit Hall boasts a large display of arts, crafts, and handiworks along with a variety of baking, canning, and gardening items. We also are proud to offer a very large school section where students have a dedicated space to display their projects and artworks from the previous school year.
We really have something for everybody! Kids can enter their Lego creations, or finger-painted masterpieces! Teenagers with an eye for photography, or a special talent in handcrafts such as sewing or woodworking also have a place to enter their creations. Maybe uncle Joe taught you how to weld? Or aunt Susie shared some of her gardening tips with you? We would love to see what kind of amazing skills you have learned!
Mom and Dad can have a mini bake off and enter their goodies to see once and for all who bakes the best cookies! Grandpas and Grandmas who are 60+ have a section all to themselves with our two senior sections which includes things like crafts, woodworking and quilting. Whatever it is you like to make, we love to see your creations and are sure you will find a class to enter it!
This year we are planning to once again host a full Exhibit Hall, (with some changes to how things were run in previous years – more info for this on page one of the prize list. Scroll down to find the link to the prize list, online registration, and a printable entry form. Please note that online registration is preferred.
DEADLINE FOR ENTRIES IS: MONDAY, JULY 4TH @ 9 PM.
If you want to stay up to date on events and projects we are working on, Visit our Facebook page: DAS Exhibit Hall (link) and give us a like. https://www.facebook.com/DASExhibitHall
Questions regarding the Exhibit Hall can be sent to: [email protected]. Please note that this email is for inquiries only. We will not be accepting entries sent to this email. Please read and follow the instructions as found in the prize list.
ABOUT THE BARN QUILTS:
These Barn quilts were designed and created by the Dufferin Agricultural Society’s Exhibit Hall Committee. The purpose of the barn quilts is to tell a story, the story of the makings and importance of our little town on the prairie. Every colour on the quilt acts like a puzzle piece; each representing an important part of history and/or quality that helped shape our community. Add hard work, dedication, and teamwork to the mix and you get Carman, our home on these Manitoba plains. We express a sincere thank you to the Carman Area Foundation for funding the materials needed to complete this project. It is our hope that these barn quilts will be joined by many others, created by members of the Carman and surrounding community.