Arena events at the Nevada County Fairgrounds are now listed on the website, and tickets are on sale! Flying U Extreme Rodeo, Monster Trucks, Tuff Trucks, and Rotary’s Demolition Derby! Get your tickets early.
Join us for a community meeting tomorrow night, May 8, to discuss the Destruction Derby at the Nevada County Fair! The meeting is from 6 -7 pm at Ponderosa Hall. Interested drivers, sponsors and derby enthusiasts are encouraged to attend! Thanks to Rotary, the Derby is back – and we’re so excited!
This year’s Destruction Derby will be held on Sunday, August 10, at 7 pm.
It’s back – the Destruction Derby at the Nevada County Fair! This year’s Derby, held on Sunday of the Nevada County Fair, will be locally produced by five of Nevada County’s Rotary Clubs – The Rotary Club of Nevada City, Rotary Club of Nevada County South, 49er Breakfast Rotary of Nevada City, Penn Valley Rotary, and Rotary Club of Grass Valley.
To prepare for this exciting Fair-time event, Rotary has scheduled a planning meeting for the community – for potential drivers, sponsors and derby enthusiasts – on Thursday, May 8, from 6 – 7 pm at Ponderosa Hall at the Nevada County Fairgrounds.
This is a chance to get together to discuss the Derby, find out how to be a driver in this event, learn more about this year’s plans for the Derby, and give feedback on how to make this one of the best events of the Nevada County Fair. Additionally, registration forms will be available for drivers interested in entering the Derby.
“The Nevada County Fairgrounds is extremely pleased that the Rotarians, who are leaders in our community, are taking on the production of the Destruction Derby at the Fair,” said Sandy Woods, CEO of the Nevada County Fairgrounds. “This event will be a truly locally produced event, and we are excited to be able to offer this entertainment to our community.”
The Destruction Derby will be held on Sunday, August 10, at 7 pm. Tickets for the Fair and the arena events will go on sale on June 2.
Hello, humankindness! A well-deserved shout out (via The Union Newspaper and Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital’s Humankindness campaign) to Nevada County’s Rotary clubs for all their volunteer efforts at the Nevada County Fairgrounds the last two years. Your efforts exemplify humankindness, community support and volunteerism at its best. Your work is so appreciated!