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February 17-26, 2023


Supervisor

Supervisor

Lyn Hartley
Jrexhibitsfair@gmail.com

Fair Office

(760) 863-8247
info@datefest.org


Prizes

Each Division

1st Place
Ribbon

2nd Place
Ribbon

3rd Place
Ribbon

Honorable Mention
Ribbon

JUDGES MAY CONSIDER EVERY PRESENTATION TO DETERMINE FINAL PROJECT PLACING.

JUDGES SHALL SCORE ENTRIES IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE SCORECARDS AND AWARD RIBBONS IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE FOLLOWING SCALE:

1st

90-100%

2nd

80-89%

3rd

70-79%

4th

60-69%

Special Awards

Each Division

Best of Class Award
$10 & Ribbon
CLASSES WITH FIVE (5) OR MORE ENTRIES AMERICAN SYSTEM OF JUDGING

Best of Show Award
$25 & Ribbon
IN DRAFTING, WOODS & MECHANICS AMERICAN SYSTEM OF JUDGING

Scorecards for Judging

  • Design: Suitability of materials, proportion, balance, and detail
  • Craftsmanship: Accuracy in assembly, execution of processes
  • Surface: Neatness, cleanliness, artisitic effects, special finishes, or techniques
  • Scope: Utility, practicality, operational-how well does it function

ENTRY FEE

$1 per entry

ENTRY RECEIVING DAY

Monday, February 13
8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.

Junior Exhibits Building
Park at Gate 4 on Arabia Street

JUDGING DATE

Wednesday, February 15
10:00 a.m.

Pick Up Date

Monday, February 27
9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

Junior Exhibits Building
Park at Gate 4 on Arabia Street


Special Rules & Guidelines

  1. All general, local, and state rules apply to this department.
  2. Open to all Riverside County Junior Organizations, School Classes, and Youth Groups: FFA, FHA, 4-H, etc.; Independent Jr. Exhibitor – Ages 5 - 18 (not graduated from 12th grade).
  3. Each entry in these divisions shall have been made or produced by the exhibitor.
  4. All entries must remain in place for the duration of the Fair. No early pick-up.
  5. Fair reserves the right to display or mount entries as it deems appropriate, which may entail the use of nails, screws, staples, or other devices.
  6. No teachers/students may be present during judging.
  7. Judges reserve the right to accept, reject, or re-classify any exhibit if such an action is, in its judgment, in the best interest of the Riverside County Fair. The decision of the judges is final.
  8. All possible care will be taken with entries; however, the Fair Management, Jr. Exhibits Supervisor, or workers will assume no responsibility for loss or damage of any kind.
  9. The Riverside Country Fair will not be liable for any exhibits not picked up on dates and times specified for pick-up. All artwork not picked up by Monday, February 27 from 8:00 am to 6:00 pm in the Jr. Building #2, will be donated to local charities.

Industrial Education Special Rules & Guidelines

Only projects made in school under supervision of an Industrial Arts or Vocational Trade and Technical Teacher may be entered.

  1. It will be the responsibility of each instructor to prejudge entries and eliminate inferior projects.
  2. Projects must have been completed during the 12 month period preceding the Fair.
  3. Projects must be functional and operative at time of judging.
  4. Projects made from assembled kits are not eligible; component parts should be made by the exhibitor wherever possible and judges will rate accordingly.
  5. A project may be entered for one award only.
  6. No exhibitor may enter more than one article made from the same pattern.
  7. Project cards must be filled out and attached to each exhibit including the names and a brief entry description.
  8. *Exhibits entered in any division in the class as OTHER must be specified in Description Field or ineligible.
  9. All projects must be tagged before bringing to the Fair. Instructor must indicate special handling with a red tag.
  10. Each school or district must have a representative at the Fair to assist with: Unloading, Set for Judging and Loading
  11. Bring staple gun and all necessary equipment to display your project.
  12. Project Size Limitation within Architectural Drafting, Drafting, and Graphic Arts divisions; entries may not be larger than 24 inch x 36 inch.

Divisions

370, 371, 372

ARCHITECTURAL DRAFTING


DIVISION 370 – Group A – 7th & 8th

DIVISION 371 – Group B – 9th & 10th

DIVISION 372 – Group C – 11th & 12th

Class

  1. Architectural Drafting
  2. Computer Aided Architectural Drafting (indicate type of hardware and software utilized)
  3. Architectural Renderings/Presentations
  4. Architectural Models with Plans (all models must have student-originated plans)
  5. Work Drawings
  6. Other *

373, 374, 375

DRAFTING

DIVISION 373 – Group A – 7th & 8th DIVISION 374 – Group B – 9th & 10th

DIVISION 375 – Group C – 11th & 12th

Class

  1. Mechanical Drafting - Multi-view (to include other graphic projections)
  2. Mechanical Drafting - Pictorial Drawing (to include line, technical illustrations, isometric, oblique and perspective drawings and assembly drawings)
  3. Computer Aided Drafting (indicate type of hardware and software utilized)
  4. Technical Renderings (to include product-related color renderings and drawings)
  5. Working Drawings
  6. Other *

376, 377, 378

Industrial Crafts

DIVISION 376 – Group A – 7th & 8th DIVISION 377 – Group B – 9th & 10th

DIVISION 378 – Group C – 11th & 12th

Class

  1. Leather
  2. Plastics
  3. Wrought Metal Decorative
  4. Foundry Casting (cleaned sand molding – finished representative casting or project with spruce and gate attachment)
  5. Welding (large items – a sample of welding beads on a plate 2 feet by 5 feet should accompany each large project in this division – trailer, bike rack, motor car rack, engine hoist, etc.)
  6. Machine work (individual parts or simple assemblies, hammers, etc. commercial casting may be used if so needed for judging)
  7. Other *

379, 380, 381

Woods

DIVISION 379 – Group A – 7th & 8th DIVISION 380 – Group B – 9th & 10th

DIVISION 381 – Group C – 11th & 12th

Class

  1. Furniture Construction (Project with materials valued less than $150)
  2. Furniture Construction (Project with materials valued greater than $150)
  3. Wood Turning
  4. Free Form Design/Carvings - Other than relief
  5. Wood Toys
  6. Other *
  7. Class Wood Projects - Made by two (2) or more students (NOT ELIGIBLE FOR BEST OF SHOW)

382, 383, 384

Electronics

DIVISION 382 – Group A – 7th & 8th DIVISION 383 – Group B – 9th & 10th

DIVISION 384 – Group C – 11th & 12th

Class

  1. Any Project *

385, 386, 387

Graphic Arts

DIVISION 385 – Group A – 7th & 8th DIVISION 386 – Group B – 9th & 10th

DIVISION 387 – Group C – 11th & 12th

Class

  1. Graphic Design
  2. Desktop Publishing
  3. Other *

388, 389, 390

Mechanics

DIVISION 388– Group A – 7th & 8th DIVISION 389 – Group B – 9th & 10th

DIVISION 390 – Group C – 11th & 12th

Class

  1. Auto Body and Paint (hood & fenders)
  2. Power Mechanics (cut away) Ignition Systems
  3. Engines (cut away)
  4. Automotive (cut away)
  5. Restored Auto or Truck
  6. Class Project - Made by two (2) or more students Any combo of materials may be used (NOT ELIGIBLE FOR BEST OF SHOW)

BEFORE YOU SUBMIT YOUR ENTRY

Carefully review this guide as it contains all of the applicable information regarding the exact rules and deadlines for this specific category, ensuring you are entering the correct classes in advance. When you submit your entry online you are agreeing that you understand the rules and regulations.

SHOWORKS

All entries must be made online through ShoWorks. If you plan to make changes to your entries or need to leave ShoWorks at any time - SAVE YOUR CART before exiting out. Once you select PAY NOW your entry will be submitted and you will not be able to make changes to your cart online. Those needing assistance with online entries can visit the Entry Office February 1-3, 9:00 a.m.- 6:00 p.m. and Saturday, February 4, 9:00 a.m.- 1:00 p.m. The Entry Office is located adjacent to the Taj Mahal building through Gate 4 on Arabia Street.

PAYMENT

Online credit card payments are the only method to enter your exhibit and are due upon entry. Cash or check payments will not be accepted.

LAST DAY TO ENTER

Saturday, February 4

Any entry or payment submitted past this deadline will not be accepted.


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