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Fairs & Exhibitions 2022

Fairs & Exhibitions are the perfect places to explore what 4-H has to offer!! Visit a local exhibition this summer to view the members at work with their animals, take in the 4-H displays highlighting skill-based project work completed by members, and even "Learn to do by Doing" yourself, with hands-on 4-H might just find your own place in the 4-H PEI world!

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Exhibition Entry Form  - Annual deadline: June 1st ​​

Animal ID   Forms  - Annual deadline: June 1st ​​

2022   Dates

Below is a list of Fairs & Exhibitions that 4-H PEI will offer classes and activities:

Prince County Exhibition                                    July 28th-30th

Crapaud Exhibition                                             July 29th-31st

Provincial Exhibition, "Old Home Week"            August 12th-20th 

Dundas Plowing Match                                       August 26th-28th

L’exposition agricole et le festival acadien       August 31st - September 4th

Visit PEI Association of Exhibitions for a full schedule

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2022  Rules & Guidelines 
Exhibiton General Rules
  • Please check for additional rules for each livestock category

  • All livestock projects can be entered on the same Entry Form EXCEPT for Horse & Pony AND Market Turkey

  • 4-H Staff will facilitate the 4-H Exhibition Circuit, transporting 4-H projects that can safely be stored and carried in large Rubbermaid totes. Larger projects will be accepted for entry BUT the transportation to and from ALL exhibitions will be the responsibility of the 4-H member.

  • There is no entry form for Non-Livestock projects.  Please see individual Exhibitions (above) for drop off details

Exhibition Rules & Lists


Must have registered for the Turkey Spring Project by the April 15th deadline


Classes &


None in 2022

It is very important that any 4-H member who is enrolled in an Animal 4-H Project take the time to make themselves familiar with the National Farm Animal Care Council - Code of Practice for their particular animal breed. Project leaders should ensure that they take the time to review the applicable Code of Practice. The Codes of Practice are nationally developed guidelines for the care and handling of farm animals. The Codes serve as our national understanding of animal care requirements and recommended practices.

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