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Placer County UCCE Office
11477 E Avenue
Auburn, CA 95603
(530) 889-7386
(530) 889-7397 fax

Office Hours:
Mon-Fri 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Natalie Cunha 

Placer County Community Education Specialist II

ncunha@ucanr.edu

 

 

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Fair News and Information

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For questions related to the fair or fair entry, please contact the specific fair directly.

Placer County Fair

 

Placer County Fair is held @the GroundsJune 24-27, 2021

Placer County Fair may require youth entering show and/or market animals to complete a number of community service hours to ready the fair to open, enter an exhibit in Still Exhibits or other. Please contact Placer County Fair to inquire about specific requirements before registering.

Placer County Fair @the Grounds

800 All America City Boulevard in Roseville

fairinfo@atthegrounds.com

(916) 786-2023

All youth, (4-H, Grange, FFA, and Independent), are required to complete a record book in order to have a Livestock entry. 4-H members should complete their record books and turn them into their club leader by the requested date, usually April-May. Be sure to have your project leader(s) sign for each project you participated in.

Currently, the dress code for youth at the fair are "whites", white pants, white top. 4-H members are also required by the fair to wear a green 4-H hat and either green 4-H tie or scarf.  We have a variety of whites that have been donated available in the 4-H county office.  Sizes available are unknown, so please come in and check. Hats, ties, and scarves are available for purchase in the 4-H office.

 

Every year our 4-H members have the opportunity to participate in fair. There are many different ways that youth can participate at fair either through still exhibits, entering baked or canned goods, animal showmanship and market animals.  From 5 to 19 years old, 4-H members can have fun participating at our county and state fairs.

 

Gold Country Fair

Gold Country Fairgrounds and Event Center September 9-11, 2021

Gold Country Fair may require youth entering show and/or market animals to complete a number of community service hours to ready the fair to open, enter an exhibit in Still Exhibits or other. Please contact Gold Country Fair to inquire about specific requirements before registering.

Gold Country Fairgrounds and Event Center

1273 High St. Auburn, CA 95603

info@goldcountryfair.com

(530)823-4533

All youth, (4-H, Grange, FFA, and Independent), are required to complete a record book in order to have a Livestock entry. 4-H members should complete their record books and turn them into their club leader by the requested date, usually April-May. Be sure to have your project leader(s) sign for each project you participated in.

Currently, the dress code for youth at the fair are "whites", white pants, white top. 4-H members are also required by the fair to wear a green 4-H hat and either green 4-H tie or scarf.  We have a variety of whites that have been donated available in the 4-H county office.  Sizes available are unknown, so please come in and check. Hats, ties, and scarves are available for purchase in the 4-H office.

Placer County 4-H Steps to Success

UPDATED 5/5/2021 Steps to Success 2021

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YQCA

All youth members, age 9 years and older who will be showing and/ or selling animals at any fair in California must complete the YQCA Ethics course. 

Once you complete the age appropriate course, please print out your certificate and keep one copy in your fair binder or record book and submit a copy to the fair with your registration.