- Homecraft Rules and Regulations
- Entry Form
- Homecraft Prize List PDF
- Section 31 – Junior Photography
- Section 32 – Junior Handicrafts
- Section 33 – Junior Needlework
- Section 34 – Junior Baking and Kitchen Crafts
- Section 36 – Preparing for Independent Living
- Section 37 – Junior Flowers
- Section 38 – Junior Fruits & Vegetables
- Section 39 – Junior Antiques
- Section 40 – Adult Home Baking
- Section 41 – Home Canning & Preserving
- Section 42 – Amateur Art
- Section 43 – Adult Handicrafts
- Section 44 – Senior Handicrafts
- Section 45 – Assisted Living
- Section 46 – Adult Photography
- Section 47 – Adult Needlework
- Section 48 – Adult Flowers
- Section 49 – Adult Fruits & Vegetables
- Section 50 – Antiques
- Section 51 – Church & Community Group Displays
- Section 52 – 4H Projects
A Message From the Homecraft Director
***PLEASE NOTE THAT THE 2023 HOME CRAFT FAIR BOOK IS POSTED ON THE FALL FAIR PAGE OF OUR SITE***
***WE ARE CURRENTLY WORKING ON OUR HOMECRAFT WEBPAGE ***
On behalf of the Homecraft Section, I would like to take this opportunity to
welcome everyone to the Brampton Fall Fair 2022. We look forward to
celebrating this year’s theme with you, “Tractors and Tailgates”. We offer many
different classes for you to compete in during the fair such as baking, gardening,
crafting and antiques just to name a few, make sure to check out the list to see
the many different sections and options. We encourage anyone and everyone to
enter no matter your skill level, so let your friends and family know. We are
excited to see your entries.
During the fair stop by the Junior Farmers Hall to check out everything that has
been entered for judging, what took home first, second and third place ribbons,
as well as some wonderful exhibits and displays. There is always something
great to see.
This has been a very difficult year for us. COVID-19 has affected us all in one way
or another. There were difficult times for many. We here at the Brampton Fall
Fair would like to acknowledge and thank all the front-line workers who
continued to put themselves at risk daily to do their jobs and provide the
necessities of life for the rest of us We have incorporated some very special
additions to our homecraft prize list to show our support through the COVID-19
pandemic. I was lucky enough to have my family around me during our social
distancing, we had the opportunities to really learn about each other again and
enjoy each other’s company. Though it was a scary time, I am happy for the time
I was able to spend talking, playing and creating with my family.
A sincere thank you to the numerous Brampton Fall Fair Volunteers who spend
many hours throughout the year co-ordinating a terrific fair. Without these
volunteers and all the hard work, they put in, we wouldn’t have a fair for you to
A very special thank you to Brenda Bebbington for her assistance to the
Homecraft Section, and all that she does for the Region of Peel Agricultural
Society/Brampton Fall Fair. Thank you also to the Brampton Fall Fair Office
Volunteers, our Sponsors, and of course the Exhibitors who showcase their
We look forward to seeing you at the Brampton Fall Fair!
How To Enter Your Crafts, Vegetables and Livestock
Step 1: Pick the section you want to participate in.
Step 2: Pick the classes you want to enter and ensure you meet the guidelines set out for you.
Step 3: Download and fill out the entry form and bring it with you
Step 4: Ensure your entries are brought to us on time!
Homecraft is to be brought no later than Thursday, September 15th 2022 at 11 am to be eligible for judging. For livestock check the date and start time of your show and pre-register your animal(s)!