2018 Prairie Canada Carving Championship Show & Competition
2018 Mid-Canada Fish Carving Championship
Pembina Curling Club, Winnipeg
Friday, April 20, 2018 4:00 pm until 7:00 pm - carving entry drop-off
Saturday, April 21, 2018 7 - 8 am - carving drop off for out of town carvers
9 am to 4:30 pm - Show and Competition
5:30 Banquet - cocktails and dinner
Sunday, April 22, 2018 9 am to 4 pm - Show and Competition
PCCA Show and Competition Highlights
Judging – Saturday 9:00 – 2:00
Display - Over 280 original wood, bone, antler & stone carvings and wood turnings
Turning demonstrations by the Woodturners’ Association of Manitoba
Information available on Manitoba carving clubs, courses, and competitions
Feature Carving Exhibits
Live Hawks & Owls
Children’s Art Activity
Live Auction - Original carvings – Sunday 2:00 PM
People’s Choice Carving Award - Voting closes Sunday 1:30
Raffle Prize Draw - Sunday 2:00
Open to the Public Saturday 9:00 a 4:30, Sunday 9:00 - 4:00
Razertip Industries Purchase Award
Tom Park - common redpoll
New for 2018 - Walking Stick Purchase Award - Neill Johnson Purchase Award
This purchase award is for the best cane or walking stick with a wildlife theme. The winner will receive the $200.00 prize and the carving becomes the property of Mr. Johnson. The carving will follow the guidelines of Division K. The entry fee for this category is $15.00.
New for 2018 - Single Feather Purchase Award – Sponsored by Carrie Braden
This purchase award offers $100.00 for the best life-size bird feather. The winner will receive the $100.00 prize and the carving becomes the property of Ms. Braden. Entries must be a feather from a North American bird, any species. The feather may be displayed in any way the carver chooses -- let your imagination be your guide. The entry fee for this category is $15.00.
Don't miss the Carving Banquet on Saturday April 21. Ticket order form is found on page 11 of the Show Rules booklet.
The registration form for workshops run in conjunction with the show is found on page 11 of the Show Rules booklet.
Competition Entry forms for the show is found on page10 of the Show Rules booklet. Consider pre-registering your competition carvings to reduce wait times at the door. Mail your Competition Entry Form and a cheque for the total fees to Don Young. Do not send your carvings. Make cheques payable to Prairie Canada Carvers Association. Pre-registrations must reach Don Young by Tuesday, April 17