The Fair is a great place to learn about a wide range of topics. Test your knowledge and skill with our judges.

The Priddis & Millarville Fair uses a variety of sources to set judging standards:

  • Home Cooking & Baking / From the Kitchen – criteria accumulated by accredited Alberta Agriculture judges that includes weightings for appearance, texture, pie crust, pie filling and of course flavour.
  • Adult Arts & Handicrafts – criteria set by accomplished artists in each media and includes both Artistic (harmony, originality, creative expression) and Technical (degree of difficulty, quality of execution and for handicrafts, clear communication of purpose)
  • Flowers, Vegetables & Fruit – judging criteria are set out in Alberta Agricultures Judging and Exhibiting Standards for Horticultural Shows
  • Dairy Goats – the Canadian Goat Society Standards for Does will be used in the showmanship classes. For more info on dairy goats in general, go to Other useful documents from that website are the CGS Showmanship Card and a diagram showing the Anatomy of a Dairy Goat.

For virtual exhibit classes, exhibitors upload their entries via Showorks.  The judges will score and assign placings within the software.  Results will be emailed to the exhibitors.

For anyone who enters the Home Cooking & Baking department, watch the video below for some tips on how to create an award-winning entry.

Home Cooking & Baking