Got Talent? Show it at the Placer County Fair

Entry forms for fair competitions are due by May 31.

Whether your talent is hand-stitched quilts, plump produce, or digital photography that captures your world, there is a category for competition in the Placer County Fair.

Exhibitor Handbooks and entry forms are now available online at www.PlacerCountyFair.org.

Enter your projects in the county fair for the chance of earning a blue ribbon. Anyone can enter the contests. Children are encouraged to enter also with classes designed just for them such as Lego creations, or classroom projects. Artists are allowed to sell their work and will find details on page 27 of the handbook.

New this year, the Premier Exhibitor Award will be presented to the adult and youth exhibitor with the highest number of placings throughout the Placer County Fair entry department. All departments are eligible for the Premier Exhibitor Award. Winners will be presented with a special award at the conclusion of the show. There are also a number of new $25 awards for sweepstakes and Best of Show winners.

Entry forms and fees for most categories must be received by the Entry Office before 5 p.m. on Thursday, May 31. Exceptions are noted in the handbook. Submitting entry forms in advance allows building superintendents to plan for the exhibit space required. Most actual entries are not due until just prior to the fair.

A judging and arrival schedule is also included in the handbook for both livestock and still exhibits.

The Placer County Fair celebrates “Racing to the Fair" June 21-24 at the fairgrounds in Roseville. to kick off festivities. For more information about the fair or to view the Exhibitor Handbook visit www.PlacerCountyFair.org.


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