The Melbourne Royal Show is coming. Remember the CWA pavilion where you saw all those special cakes and other goodies along with crafts including knitted jumpers, baby smocks and wooden toys.
Back to the days when we all knew how to make a cake, knit a sock or produce that perfect pumpkin. That tradition is now at the ‘On the Hill Festival’ in Panton Hill on Sunday Oct 11th.
Called ‘Made on the Hill’ we are inviting you to submit your best craft wether you are good at cooking or making anything, Last year we had 3 wonderful prizes, this year we have 9. There are opportunities for the younger members as well.
Levels:- Open, Secondary School and Primary School
• Home Produce:- for example
Baking of cakes, scones, bread, vanilla slices or
Egg display, pikelets or garden produce displays etc
• Craft and Textiles – for example
Embroidery, sewing, knitting, crochet etc
Glassware, sculpture, photography etc
Anything portable you have made yourself:
(Sorry but no paintings)
• Short Story:- 1 typed page
The fine print
• A $50 food voucher for the Panton Hill Pub and a certificate will be awarded at each level for each category • All entries to be pre-booked by mail, fax or email 7 days before the festival (See below) • All entries to be delivered to Panton Hill Hall between 8 and 9am on the day of the festival • Judges will be selected by the Festival Committee and all decisions are final • Judges will have right to create new sections if entries are significant • Judges have the right to not award a prize if insufficient entries.
• Judging from 9:30am till 12 noon
• Major awards will be announced at the music festival on the main stage (see the program) • All entries will be on display from 12noon – 5:00pm in the hall • Pickup between 5:00-5:30 pm
Entry applications by mail, fax or email to be sent to Bill Penrose (Ph 9719 7468)
PO Box 168 Panton Hill 3759 Fax 9719 7370 email email@example.com
Entries be sent before Oct 4th (7 days before the festival) and must include • your name • contact details • level (Open, Secondary School and Primary School) • category (Home Produce, Craft and Textiles or Short Story) • description of the item. (eg: chocolate cake, wooden toy, knitted jumper)
Note on paintings
We have decided not to include paintings this year as we were over supplied last year and did not have the proper facilities for a good display. We wish to encourage country style activities but we are always open to suggestions.