Flower Arranging. Who doesn’t love a flower show and competition? The Thursday Garden Club and the Sudbury Garden Club are collaborating on a flower show/competition called “Blooms of Sudbury Then and Now.” There will be several divisions of floral arrangements for adults and children, and all of the divisions will be judged by an esteemed horticulturalist. Ribbons will be awarded. All displays will be located at First Parish in Sudbury Town Center. The divisions will be posted soon.
Baking Contest & Farm Produce. Summer is upon us, and it is time to think about growing your vegetables for the Grange Hall competition! All kinds of vegetables will be judged as well as jams, jellies, cakes, pies, cookies, and breads. Pickling, piccalilli, eggs and salsa will also be considered for ribbons by local experts. A junior class for children aged 6-14 will feature painted eggs, as well as, decorated vegetable displays. They will be judged on originality and appearance. Join in on the old-fashioned fun with your favorite recipes or try new ones!
Jams & Jellies judged by Dan Dillon, former CEO of Welch’s. Cakes, Pies, Cookies (judge TBA). Breads judged by Jacqui Bausk. Pickling/Piccalilli judged by June Allen of Sudbury Grange. Backyard Eggs judged by Eva MacNeill. Vegetables, arranged in a basket judged by Lee Swanson of Sudbury Grange. Salsa judged by David Ashley of Ashley Foods, Mad Dog Hot Sauce. Junior Class decorated eggs judged by Abigail MacNeil. Junior Class vegetables (judge TBA).
Entries must be from current/past Sudbury residents and received at the Grange Hall on August 23rd by 9:00 a.m. on the day of the fair. Judging will be at 11:00 a.m. Exhibits must not be removed before 4:00 p.m., and ingredients must be listed on the baked goods for health reasons. For more information or to ask questions about our flower-arranging and baking contests, please feel free to email us at [email protected].
For a full listing of all of the events and activities at the fair, check out Getlocalma.com/Sudbury-375/. Visit us on Facebook at Sudbury Celebrates 375.