The Nevada County Fairgrounds is hiring seasonal maintenance aides. Primary duties include cleaning up and maintaining the Fairgrounds; assisting with routine building maintenance and janitorial duties; operating hand tools, power tools, and small to heavy equipment; performing grounds maintenance, including mowing grass, raking, operating a string trimmer, chipping, removing trash and debris, and performing other landscape related tasks. The Fairgrounds really is a fun place to work and we’ll keep you busy! For job description and an application, visit here.
Become a proud partner of the 2021 Nevada County Fair! We have many opportunities available, including year-round, theme day, arena events and stage sponsorships. Your support benefits our community Fairgrounds and also provides the opportunity to promote your business to the 90,000+ visitors attending Nevada County’s biggest event. We are so thankful for our community partners and their support!
For sponsorship opportunities – visit here.
Do you have a dance group you’d like to see perform at the Nevada County Fair Fair? Does your group have a skill they’d like to demonstrate to Fair-goers? Want to do a martial arts demonstration, a cheerleading demonstration, or show off your baton twirling skills? The Nevada County Fair is now accepting applications for community acts and demonstration to perform at the 2021 Nevada County Fair, August 11-15. there is no paid compensation for community showcases and demonstrations. To apply, complete the online application below.
May 1 Volunteer Work Day
THANK YOU ALL FOR YOUR KINDNESS AND VOLUNTEER EFFORTS. ALL SHIFTS HAVE BEEN FILLED AND WE ARE NO LONGER ACCEPTING VOLUNTEER APPLICATIONS.
After more than a year without events, California’s Most Beautiful Fairgrounds needs some spring cleaning. An enthusiastic group of Nevada County Fairgrounds’ lovers is planning a May 1 work day. Individuals, families, service organizations, high school students and everyone willing to roll up their sleeves are invited to trim flowers and bushes, clean garden begs, spread compost, prep lawns for mowing, pressure wash and paint, whack weeds, rake pine needles, and pick up pine cones, sticks and trash.
Attention 2021 Nevada County Fair Youth Exhibitors! Market Steer and Junior Horse entries are due tomorrow, Friday, April 9 by 4 pm. Before the deadline, be sure to properly enter your selected classes – including showmanship – and complete the Code of Practice and Contact Form with the required photo and proof of ownership attachments. You will need complete the YQCA training and have your certificate number to enter, so do not wait until the last minute. For more information and links, please visit: https://nevadacountyfair.com/fair/enter-exhibit/. 🐴🐮🏆🏅
Introducing the 2021 Nevada County Fair poster, created by talented local artist Kial James. So. Much. Fun! We remain hopefully optimistic for this year’s Fair and continue to plan for August 11 – 15. 🙂
PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT
NEVADA COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS FUNDRAISER: DRIVE THRU ITALIAN PASTA DINNER
The Nevada County Fairgrounds Foundation, in partnership with the Foothill Lions Club, is hosting a Drive Thru Italian Pasta Dinner as a fundraiser for the Nevada County Fairgrounds.
Tickets are on sale now at NevadaCountyFair.com for a delicious Italian pasta dinner that feeds four people. Each family dinners includes spaghetti and sauce, four Italian sausages, four meatballs, green salad with Italian dressing, garlic bread and four cannoli for only $45.
All orders must be placed by April 9. Pick up is on Saturday, April 17 between 4-6 pm at the Nevada County Fairgrounds, Gate 2, Ponderosa Hall. This event is pre-sales only and there are no onsite sales, so order today.
Tickets are available online at NevadaCountyFair.com. All proceeds benefit the community’s Nevada County Fairgrounds, which has been severely financially impacted by the restrictions on mass gatherings caused by COVID-19.
For more information, visit NevadaCountyFair.com or call (530) 273-6217.
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Recently the Higgins Diggins Lions Club donated $1,000 to the Nevada County Fairgrounds Foundation. In presenting the check, Higgins Diggins Lions Club President Laura Barhydt expressed the club’s passion and concern for the ongoing viability of the Nevada County Fairgrounds given the pandemic’s huge negative impact on the community’s Fairgrounds. President Barhydt, along with members of the club, is challenging other Nevada County non-profit service clubs to step up to matching Higgins Diggins’ donation to help the Nevada County Fairgrounds.
Higgins Diggins Lions Club has a long record of service in the community going back more than forty years. The Club’s major sources of revenue are the rental of the Higgins Lions Community Center, the annual Crab & Shrimp Feed, See’s candy sales during Christmas and Valentine’s day and, most recently, producing Drive Thru dinners. The club has a strong membership that give freely of their time and resources to provide for the betterment of the community.
The Nevada County Fairgrounds Foundation is focused upon building a better Nevada County Fairgrounds through fundraising and contributions to the Fairgrounds. Currently the major focus of the Foundation is to simply keep the Fairgrounds financially viable so that it will once again thrive as a great community asset. The directors of the Foundation expressed their sincere appreciation for Higgins Diggins generous donation and expressed hopes that other service clubs will take up President Barhydt and the Higgins Diggins Lions Club’s challenge.