Come take a stroll though our exhibit hall, also known as the Blue Building. This is where you will find out who bakes the best butter tarts, the most beautiful quilts and grows the best veggies, hay and flowers. You will also be able to see all of the hard work the children have put into their crafts.
2020 Theme: 75 Years of Family Traditions
Welcome to the Navan Fair Culinary Arts Division! Stop in and see us upstairs in the blue building to be amazed by all of the local talent. We encourage all ages to enter one or more classes. Let’s get baking, pickling, preserving, and decorating!
Entries from adults & children of items they have made themselves in different types of craftwork. Knitting, quilting, sewing, artwork, jewelry, photography etc; all displayed to the best advantage for your viewing pleasure. Every item is judged based on criteria from the association governing Ontario fairs and exhibits by an independent judge, and prizes are assigned for those deserving.
Categories are judged on Thursday and the exhibits remain until Sunday for viewing. Judging categories include cut flowers, potted plants, and floral arrangements. This is an all age’s event.
Vegetables, Fruit & Field Crops
A wide variety of vegetables are judged. Also in this division are farm photos, scarecrows, wreaths, and hats.
Crop areas are judged on site and are not less than 5 acres. Sections include: oats, barley, corn, soybeans, winter wheat and spring wheat.
The intention of our division is to encourage children to participate in the Navan Fair and make them aware of the agricultural community. We hope that those who take part in this section will first and foremost have fun! So gather pencils, paints, pens, crayons, scissors and your imagination. We can hardly wait to see what you and your peers create!
All the information you need to participate can be found here: http://exhibitor.navanfair.com/