Bring out your Books, Baked Goods and Salads!

We need salads and baked goods!

Got a killer treat recipe or a go-to salad that you can whip up? Why not make one for the salad bar or bake table. To donate a salad to the salad table and/or to donate a baked good to the bake sale please e-mail Joanna Barrs at joannabarrs@gmail.com to let her know what you will be bringing.

Bring out your books!

Looking to do some fall cleaning? We want your stuff. Namely your gently used books, DVDs, games, and costumes, which will go in the book (and other stuff) sale. Please bring your donations to the back foyer of the school by the lost and found.

WHAT’S NEW THIS YEAR: A Pop-up market, a VR game, a Marlie’s raffle and more…

For the first time, Humewood will have a Pop-up Market at the
Fall Fair. Meet and explore a few local small businesses while the kiddos hit the bouncy castle for the eight millionth time!

This is a great addition to the already fantastic line up of activities!

Vendors pay a rental fee for the opportunity to sell their wares and keep the profits made from sales at the fair.  If you are a small business owner yourself and would like to partake in the popup please connect with Nicole Marques for further details at fariasn@hotmail.com.

NEW: A Fall Fair VR experience

This year we’ve got an awesome Oculus rift virtual reality game called “Beat Saber.” Head to the music room to immerse yourself in this awesome experience.

4 tickets. Available for kids 7 and older.

Shop the Silent Auction

While not new this year, we have lots of great new items up for auction, including dinner at Pukka, a month of boxing – plus gloves – at 9Round, ROM passes and night in Prince Edward County.

Swing by and find that thing you didn’t know you were looking for!

A Raffle for Marlies Tickets!

We have for raffle a pair of tickets to the Toronto Marlies. Sweet seats with the ability to choose your game, this is perfect the hockey lovers among you!

Register now for the 2019 Kids Cupcake Challenge

Humewood Kids Cupcake Challenge

Calling all junior bakers! Do you think you have what it takes to make the best cupcake? If so, this is your chance to compete for baking bragging-rights… and some prizes!

Show your schoolmates your sprinkle swag, your piping prowess and icing awesomeness in the 2nd Annual Humewood Kids Cupcake Challenge*!

How do you enter?

  1. Register online by Friday, Sept 20 to compete. 
  2. Bring a dozen cupcakes to the Fall Fair by 11:00AM on Saturday, Sept. 21

Late entries cannot be accepted. 

  1. Vote for the People’s Choice award. Buy any cupcake or bake sale item and get a ballot to pick your favourite cupcake. 

Prizes will be given for 1st, 2nd, 3rd and People’s Choice across two divisions: younger (grades K-3) and older (grades 4-8).

A panel of guest judges will pick the winners at 12:00. Be sure to be at the DJ booth to see if you win!

Register to enter your baker:

https://www.signupgenius.com/go/4090d44ada623a0fc1-humewood1

If this link is not working, please copy and paste to get to the registration page.

EXCITING NEWS!

We have a new judge joining us this year – Ann Marie Whitten of The Great Canadian Baking Show.

A contestant in Season 2, Ann Marie is super-excited to support kids’ love of baking. So much so that she’ll be giving out a very special Baker’s Choice Award. Yay!

FAQ

Q: I have two (or more) kids. Can they do a combined entry?
A: Sure, but there will only be one prize. Also, if they are in different age groups (i.e. one is in K-3 the other is 4-8) they will be categorized in one of those groups at the organizer’s discretion.

Q: Can my child have more than one entry?
A: Absolutely! If they’re up for the work and you’re willing to let your kitchen get extra demoed, go for it!

Q: Oh no, we’re running late! Can you just get my kid’s cupcakes in for judging anyway?
A: We’ll do what we can since we know your little baker worked hard, but if you arrive after 11:00AM, we can’t guarantee they’ll be eligible for a prize.

Q: Who’s judging the cupcakes?
A: We have a crack panel of cupcake lovers, including the principal and VP, teachers and some of our sponsors. And of course, everyone can cast their own ballot for the People’s Choice award. Just buy a cupcake to receive your ballot.