Linda Clare (chair 519-463-5280)

All entries must be made online at by Saturday, September 17, 2022. White entry tags to be attached before bringing items to the Drumbo & District Heritage Museum at the fairgrounds.  Entries will be received on Wednesday between 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.  and remain until 4:30 p.m. on Sunday


  1. Antiques must be at least 75 years old
  2. Exhibitors may only enter 1 entry in each section
  3. Exhibitors must own the article exhibited. Historical interest and approximate age of item appreciated.
  4. Items will be judged on age and condition
  5. Items must not have been exhibited before at Drumbo Fair
  6. Articles will be removed from display area only by DAS Directors

NOTE: We will do our best to return all entries in the condition in which you brought them. However, all antiques are exhibited at the owner's risk.

Class 1st 2nd 3rd
1-29 $5.00 $4.00 $3.50
30 $2.00 for each entry


Classes 1 to 10 sponsored by Drumbo & District Heritage Society

  1. A letter from an overseas service man or woman
  2. Glass door knob
  3. Mechanical bank
  4. Brooch
  5. Silver plated serving piece
  6. Set of 3 graduated cake pans
  7. Glass Christmas ornament
  8. Duck decoy
  9. Cheese dish with lid
  10. Souvenir tea towel

Classes 11 to 20 sponsored by Judi Meadows and Neal Eedy

  1. Kitchen scale
  2. Aluminum food sieve with wooden pestle
  3. Local dairy milk bottle
  4. Oldest farm magazine
  5. Multi-purpose implement wrench
  6. Tankard
  7. Oldest text book
  8. Rose bowl
  9. Jadeite piece
  10. Piece of lusterware

Classes 21 to 23 sponsored by Dennis & Linda Baker

  1. Embroidered apron
  2. Mantel clock
  3. School class picture, pre-1945, names appreciated

Classes 24 to 28 sponsored by Phil Harmer and Janet Harmer in memory of their parents, Ray & Esther Harmer.

  1. Teddy bear
  2. Handmade doll
  3. Mechanical tin toy
  4. Wooden toy
  5. Cast iron toy
  6. Heirloom Quilt, any size, made prior to 1950. Please attach a short history of the quilt
  7. A Stumper" - What is it? Stump the Judge! Identify the article and its use and place answer in attached envelope.