Tickets are still available for the All-You-Can-Eat Cioppino Feed, happening Saturday night (March 7) at the Nevada County Fairgrounds. Won’t you join us? Visit here for more information or tickets. Or, send us an email at , or stop by the Fairgrounds Office. Yum-O!
Thank you, Rotary, for your ongoing partnership with the Nevada County Fair. You make a difference to the Fair, and we appreciate you!!http://yubanet.com/regional/Rotary-Cooling-Down-for-another-Nevada-County-Fair-Season-and-Beyond.php#.VO-M7nzF8f0
Good morning from Treat Street. Did you know it’s 167 days until opening day of the Nevada County Fair?! 🙂
Thank you, Tony Brock, for the photo!
The Board of Directors of the Nevada County Fairgrounds announced this week that the search for the position of Chief Executive Officer (CEO) for the Nevada County Fairgrounds has begun. The CEO position is responsible for managing the Nevada County Fair, the Draft Horse Classic and Harvest Fair, the Country Christmas Faire, year-round events, concerts, the RV Park, and community gatherings at the Nevada County Fairgrounds.
Qualified candidates should have a background in business administration, agriculture, and event/fair experience. Candidates should also have strong leadership, organizational, financial management, marketing and communication skills; as well as a willingness to be active in local, regional, and state association activities.
For those interested, the application process and details can be found here. Electronic submittals are strongly preferred, and should be sent to Ralph Andersen & Associates via email at . The closing date for applications is March 30, 2015.
If you have any questions or would like to discuss the opportunity further, please contact Norb Bartosik, Ralph Andersen and Associates, at (916) 630-4900. Confidential inquires welcomed.
Join the Nevada County Fairgrounds Foundation at its fifth annual All-You-Can-Eat Cioppino Feed on Saturday, March 7 at Ponderosa Hall at the Nevada County Fairgrounds. Doors open at 5 pm, and dinner service begins at 6 pm.
For the event, the chefs will create and serve Arnie Romanello’s special 100-year-old recipe for all to enjoy. Dinner includes antipasto, all-you-can-eat Cioppino, salad and garlic bread. This year, a pasta dish will be available to those who do not prefer Cioppino, but want to attend the event. A no-host bar will also be available, and there will be a silent dessert auction and a live auction.
Tickets are $40 per person. If you’d like to purchase a table for 8, it is $350 and includes two bottles of wine.
Proceeds from the event will benefit the Nevada County Fairgrounds Foundation and its mission of supporting and improving the community’s Fairgrounds.
Congratulations, Grass Valley! True West Magazine recently recognized Grass Valley in its “Best of the West 2015″ as the Best Architecturally-Preserved Western Town.” Read the “Best of the West 2015” article here. Nice job!