Enter an Exhibit in the Harvest Fair at the Draft Horse Classic

PRESS RELEASE

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – August 29, 2019

Contact: Wendy Oaks, Information Officer, Nevada County Fairgrounds

(530) 273-6217; moc.r1568595770iaFyt1568595770nuoCa1568595770daveN1568595770@Oydn1568595770eW1568595770

ENTER YOUR EXHIBITS IN THE HARVEST FAIR AT THE DRAFT HORSE CLASSIC

Exhibitors will receive free tickets to a Draft Horse Classic performance

For those interested in entering an exhibit in the Harvest Fair at the Draft Horse Classic, entry forms are now being accepted. The deadline to turn in exhibit entry forms is 4 pm on Friday, September 13. It’s free to enter and all exhibitors will receive complimentary tickets to the Thursday evening performance of the Draft Horse Classic.  

There are more than 100 different classes to choose from, including traditional classes like fruits and vegetables, cobblers, pies, jams and jellies, scarecrows, and cut flowers. There are also numerous unique classes to enter like the Huge Harvest Haul, Nevada County Grown (arrange any size basket of agricultural products grown in Nevada County), or Nevada County Donates (arrange canned or dried food in a basket and it will be donated to a local food bank). A complete description of all Harvest Fair divisions and classes is available in the Harvest Fair Competition Handbook available online here.

To enter, exhibitors must submit entry forms at the Fair office or online here between now and Friday, September 13 at 4 pm. It’s free, it’s simple to complete the entry form, and it’s fun to see your exhibits on display at the Harvest Fair.

All exhibits will be on display during the Draft Horse Classic and Harvest Fair, happening September 19 – 22 at the Nevada County Fairgrounds. The event features six draft horse performances in the arena, as well as ongoing activities on the Fairgrounds like musical entertainment, Art at the Classic, a horseshoeing competition, a Western Trade Show and visits to the barns.

For Draft Horse Classic performance tickets or information about entering a Harvest Fair exhibit, call the Fairgrounds Office at (530) 273-6217 or visit here.

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Enter an Exhibit in the Harvest Fair at the Draft Horse Classic

For those interested in entering an exhibit in the Harvest Fair at the Draft Horse Classic, entry forms are now being accepted. The deadline to turn in exhibit entry forms is 4 pm on Friday, September 13. It’s free to enter and all exhibitors will receive complimentary tickets to the Thursday evening performance of the Draft Horse Classic.  

There are more than 100 different classes to choose from, including traditional classes like fruits and vegetables, cobblers, pies, jams and jellies, scarecrows, and cut flowers. There are also numerous unique classes to enter like the Huge Harvest Haul, Nevada County Grown (arrange any size basket of agricultural products grown in Nevada County), or Nevada County Donates (arrange canned or dried food in a basket and it will be donated to a local food bank). A complete description of all Harvest Fair divisions and classes is available in the Harvest Fair Competition Handbook available online here.

To enter, exhibitors must submit entry forms at the Fair office or online here between now and Friday, September 13 at 4 pm. It’s free, it’s simple to complete the entry form, and it’s fun to see your exhibits on display at the Harvest Fair.

All exhibits will be on display during the Draft Horse Classic and Harvest Fair, happening September 19 – 22 at the Nevada County Fairgrounds. The event features six draft horse performances in the arena, as well as ongoing activities on the Fairgrounds like musical entertainment, Art at the Classic, a horseshoeing competition, a Western Trade Show and visits to the barns.

For Draft Horse Classic performance tickets or information about entering a Harvest Fair exhibit, call the Fairgrounds Office at (530) 273-6217 or visit here.

Categories: Draft Horse Classic and Nevada County Fairgrounds.

Enter an Exhibit in the Nevada County Fair

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – June 21, 2019 Contact: Wendy Oaks, Information Officer, Nevada County Fairgrounds (530) 273-6217; moc.r1568595770iaFyt1568595770nuoCa1568595770daveN1568595770@Oydn1568595770eW1568595770

Enter An Exhibit In The Nevada County Fair

Competition Handbook now available and includes all the information needed to enter exhibits in the Fair

Want to enter an exhibit in the Fair? The Nevada County Fair’s Competition Handbook, which includes all the information you need to enter exhibits in this year’s Fair, is now available. If you can make it, bake it, grow it or show it, there is a class for you – and it can be found in the Competition Handbook!

Whether you’ve been entering exhibits for years or this is your first time, the Competition Handbook is the place to start. If you’re not sure what to enter, how about homemade jam or jelly, a cell phone photo, flowers or vegetables from your garden, baked cookies or homebrew? New this year are classes for your favorite homemade muffin and the Farm Fun Planter Pot – paint your dream farm on the outside of a small pot and plant it with your favorite flower or vegetable! There are also classes for honey, wine, quilts, poetry, ugliest cake, produce characters, and fairy gardens. Or, try entering your best salsa, pie or potato salad in one of the daily Special Food Contests. There are more than a thousand classes for children and adults to enter!

There are cash prizes, gift certificates and ribbons to be won, and all those who enter an exhibit in the Fair will receive two free tickets to the Thursday evening performance of the Draft Horse Classic.

It’s easy to enter! Look through the book, pick your favorite classes, and complete the process online at NevadaCountyFair.com or at the Fair Office on McCourtney Road. The deadline for submitting entry forms for still exhibits is July 22.

A copy of the Competition Handbook can be found online at NevadaCountyFair.com. For printed copies, visit the Fairgrounds Office, Chamber of Commerce offices, post offices, county libraries, grocery stores, Ben Franklin, Foothill Mercantile, and other local businesses.

The 2019 Nevada County Fair is August 7 – 11, and the Fair theme is “Farms, Food & Fun!”

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Enter an Exhibit in the Nevada County Fair

Want to enter an exhibit in the Fair? The Nevada County Fair’s Competition Handbook, which includes all the information you need to enter exhibits in this year’s Fair, is now available. If you can make it, bake it, grow it or show it, there is a class for you – and it can be found in the Competition Handbook!

Whether you’ve been entering exhibits for years or this is your first time, the Competition Handbook is the place to start. If you’re not sure what to enter, how about homemade jam or jelly, a cell phone photo, flowers or vegetables from your garden, baked cookies or homebrew? New this year are classes for your favorite homemade muffin and the Farm Fun Planter Pot – paint your dream farm on the outside of a small pot and plant it with your favorite flower or vegetable! There are also classes for honey, wine, quilts, poetry, ugliest cake, produce characters, and fairy gardens. Or, try entering your best salsa, pie or potato salad in one of the daily Special Food Contests. There are more than a thousand classes for children and adults to enter!

There are cash prizes, gift certificates and ribbons to be won, and all those who enter an exhibit in the Fair will receive two free tickets to the Thursday evening performance of the Draft Horse Classic.

It’s easy to enter! Look through the book, pick your favorite classes, and complete the process online at NevadaCountyFair.com or at the Fair Office on McCourtney Road. The deadline for submitting entry forms for still exhibits is July 22.

A copy of the Competition Handbook can be found online at NevadaCountyFair.com. For printed copies, visit the Fairgrounds Office, Chamber of Commerce offices, post offices, county libraries, grocery stores, Ben Franklin, Foothill Mercantile, and other local businesses.

The 2019 Nevada County Fair is August 7 – 11, and the Fair theme is “Farms, Food & Fun!”

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Fun Fair Camp

Introducing Fun Fair Camp, where kids get to create an exhibit to enter in the Fair.  Sew a pillow or pot holder, learn photography and prepare a photo to enter, make cookies and take home the recipe to prepare for your Fair entry, or paint a clay pot to enter in the “Farm Fun Planter Pots” division.  This fun day camp is happening on Monday, June 24, from 8:30 am – 3:30 pm and is available to ages 6-12. Space is limited and pre-registration is required.  Stop by the Fair Office to register or give us a call at 530-273-6217.  Don’t miss out on the fun! 

 

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Livestock Entry Deadlines: Market Beef and Junior Horse

All livestock entry deadlines for market animals, junior horse exhibitors, all other livestock, and Ag Mechanics Auction for the 2019 Fair are now listed on our website here. As a reminder, Market Beef and Junior Horse entries are now open and have a deadline of April 5. All entries need to be completed online, and we’re here to help with the process. Let the Fair season begin!

 

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Gardeners, Crafters, Bakers and Artists!

Gardeners, crafters, bakers and artists of all ages – how about entering an exhibit in the Harvest Fair at the Draft Horse Classic (September 22 – 23)? The deadline to turn in entry forms is Friday, September 14. It’s free to enter, and all exhibitors will receive complimentary tickets to the Friday morning performance of the Draft Horse Classic. Details can be found here

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Enter an Exhibit in the Harvest Fair

Have you thought about entering an exhibit in this year’s Harvest Fair at the Draft Horse Classic? We’re currently accepting entry forms, and you can enter online or at the Fair Office. As an added bonus, all those who enter receive free tickets to the Draft Horse Classic on Friday morning. It’s a win-win, so get those entry forms in.

Categories: Draft Horse Classic and Nevada County Fairgrounds.