Cioppino Feed Tickets on Sale Now

Tickets are on sale now for the annual all-you-can-eat Cioppino and Pasta Feed, March 2, at the Nevada County Fairgrounds. Get your tickets at the Fairgrounds office beginning on Tuesday or by visiting here. This has been a sold-out event for eight years in a row, and features chef Arnie Romanello’s secret 100-year-old-recipe! Yum!

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Wedding Fair: Sunday, January 20

Grass Valley’s Premier Wedding Fair is happening on Sunday (January 20) from noon – 4 pm at the Nevada County Fairgrounds. Featuring some of the top wedding and event vendors in Nevada County, this show is a must for those planning a wedding!  Show highlights include swag bags for all registered bridges, show discounts from vendors, hourly giveaways, cake and catering tastings, and live music. Parking and admission are free! For information, visit joyoflifeevents.com.

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Grass Valley Wedding Fair: January 20

 
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“Best of” Voting Begins!

It’s the “Best Of” time of year! The Union is taking votes for their 2018 Best of Nevada County poll and we are thrilled that the Nevada County Fair has been nominated as Best Local Event and Best Place to Take the Kids. Additionally, the Nevada County Fairgrounds is nominated for Best Event Venue, Best Place to Picnic, Best place for Cycling, and Best Campground. What an honor – and we’re so, so pleased to see the Fairgrounds are loved and used by our community. If you’d like to vote, click here. Photo by Nevada City Scenics.

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2019 Music Festivals at the Fairgrounds

2019 Music Festivals at the Fairgrounds

We’ve got world-class music festivals and entertainment at the Nevada County Fairgrounds! 

All wonderful! All unique!

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Country Christmas Faire Results and Gingerbread House Results

Last weekend’s 34th Annual Country Christmas Faire at the Nevada County Fairgrounds welcomed more than 8,000 visitors and 115 vendors, featured 45 gingerbread houses and 75 coloring entries, and hosted a canned food drive.

The 16th Annual Gingerbread House Competition featured 45 entries. Of those entries, Best of Show ribbons and gift baskets donated by Tess’ Kitchen Store were awarded to Leeam Eaton, Owen Strolle, Johanna Pease, and Avery Lawson/Joanne Perilman. The People’s Choice/Best of Show Winner was Kathy Kinney, who received a gift basket from Tess’ and a cash prize.

First place winners in the Gingerbread House Competition include Charlie McCollum, Breck Lumbard, Emelina Lumbard, Christian Augustine, Lilah Black, Evie Black, Hazel Duran, Annabelle Husak, and Deacon McCollum (age 5 & under); Leeam Eaton (age 6-8); Finn Beckin (age 9 – 12);  Jessa Jaskier (Kits); Owen Strolle (age 13-17); Kathy Kinney (age 18 -64); Johanna Pease (Special Needs); S.S.J. Stalcup and Ramey Cousins (group – children); Avery Lawson/Joanne Perilman, and Margo Murphy (family); and Christie Harris (group – adult).

At Sunday’s canned food drive, Interfaith Food Ministry collected more than 578 pounds of food for families in need.  In addition, the Clear Creek School Errand Elves raised funds for science camp; and Big Horse Works, who provided carriage rides at the Faire, donated more than $300 to those impacted by the Camp Fire.   

The names of all the Gingerbread House Competition winners can be found here. The 2019 Country Christmas Faire is planned for Thanksgiving weekend, November 29, 30 and December 1.

Photo by Lenkaland Photography

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