Iris Shows 2018
Iris shows are a very popular activity both for iris clubs and for the gardening public. The American Iris Society, the Regions, and the Affiliates all are working together to create successful shows.
Show Awards http://wiki.irises.org/bin/view/Main/InfoShowAwards
Iris Shows and Displays http://wiki.irises.org/bin/view/Main/IrisShows
Exhibition Committee and Previous Year's Reports http://www.irises.org/Member_Services/ExhibitionRpts.html
Putting On An Iris Show http://wiki.irises.org/bin/view/Main/InfoPuttingOnAnIrisShow
Both the 2018 Supplies Order Form (fillable PDF)
and the 2018 Exhibition Show Report (fillable PDF)
are now available. You are welcome, even encouraged, to send your completed form by email to email@example.com
. Questions? Complete contact details for the Exhibition Committee
(Lois Rose, Nick Stewart, and Wayne Messer) will soon be on the AIS website.
SCHEDULES: Lois Rose
P.O. Box 30 Partlow , VA 22534
Phone: (540) 582-5799 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Lois will receive the draft show schedules, approve them, send out the certificates, the show supply order form, and the show report form.
SUPPLIES: Nick Stewart
2808 NW 21st Place, Lawton, OK 73505
For questions only (not orders): 580-917-3035 or email@example.com
Nick will receive the supply order forms and checks, maintain the show supplies inventory and ship out the orders.
SHOW REPORTS: Wayne Messer
PO Box 64, Huxley, IA 50124
Phone: (515) 597-4240 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Wayne will receive the show reports, verify the results, mail out the medals and Exhibition Certificates, and prepare the annual exhibitions show report.
Iris Show Reports
Individual show reports may be found in news stories and in iris society newsletters. You can find some examples on the 2017 Iris Shows page
Please add other show reports.
Iris Show Report Resources
In checking the Iris Show Reports, there are a number of items to verify. These are some of them and links to where they might be verified.
Best Specimen: the name and type can be found by searching the Iris Encyclopedia. Search All Titles
is usually what I use.