The Attica Fair Open Class is divided into seven classes. For a full list of departments and classes, download the Open Class PDF or entry form PDF. Open Class entry forms are due by July 21.

Departments

Needlework- Quilts, Afghans, Crochet & Knitting, Pillows, Infant Wear, Fine Hand Work, Machine Sewing, Toys, Misc

  • Superintendent, Maxine Heyman. Assistant, Eric Heyman

Fine Arts – Woodcrafts, Gift wrap, Collections, Framed Art, Painting, Photography

  • Superintendent, Maxine Heyman. Assistant, Eric Heyman

Floriculture – Annuals, Perennials, Potted/Hanging, Floral Arrangements

  • Superintendent,  Keri Newell

Clubs & Organization Exhibits – All entries must be in place the day before the opening day of the fair. The purpose is to create more interest and raise the standards of horticulture and floriculture in the community. Each club is to name their own theme and place the theme in their booth. All Garden Club exhibits must be placed the day before the opening day of the fair. Judging will take place on the first day of the fair. Booths must be taken down on Sunday following fair from 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.

  • Garden Club Exhibits, Becky Manning

Farm Projects/Vegetables – Potatoes, tomatoes, squash, corn, onions, cucumbers, peppers, beans & peas, cabbage, misc, field corn, largest or oddest vegetables, vegetable display, pepper display, tomato display, scarecrows, veggie heads

  • Superintendent, Keri Newell

Canned Goods, Provisions & Misc – Fruit, vegetables, home canned juice, meats, jellies, butters, jams, pickled, misc, meal in a jar, wines, Ball Fresh Preserving Award for Adult & Youth levels

  • Superintendent, Carol Aichholz. Assistant, Joan Willman

Baked Goods – Cakes*, make it with cake mixes, cookies, decorated, cookie jar contest, bar cookies, pies*, quick breads, bread rolls & yeast breads, misc, snacks, specialty. *Exhibitor must exhibit a whole cake – 8”- 9” or 9”x13”. All pies must be in a 9” pie tin.

  • Superintendent, Carol Aichholz. Assistant, Joan Willman