YOU GOTTA BE KIDDING ME!
In the last 15 minutes since I put up the post below, we have found out that our Horse Show Supervisor, Marie Anderson, has been exposed to COVID and has to be quarantined. Seriously. I don't know whether to laugh or cry, but so much for the horse show. It looks like the FRC Rodeo is happening this afternoon and tomorrow, September 7 & 8. Let's all put out good vibes for Marie and family hoping it doesn't turn into something serious.
FINALLY! WE GET TO DO SOMETHING AT THE FAIRGROUNDS!
* Click here for horse show divisions and classes * (The dates and times are all different, so just look at the divisions and classes)
* Click here for Horse Show entry forms * (Same thing, just fill it out as best you can and bring it with you)
Some of you might remember how optimistic we were about having our October 9 Pops Concert. I think we used the term "extremely" optimistic. Yeah, never mind, that one is postponed. Let's talk about the October 30 Concert! That one looks, well, pretty darn good. As of now, we are planning on having a Fair in 2022 if the fire camp is gone.
PLUMAS HOMEGROWN AMERICANA FESTIVAL CANCELLED
August 12, 2021
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
As each one of our cherished events at the Plumas Sierra County Fairgrounds approaches, we pray, bargain, negotiate and hope that we can have it. First COVID, then the Dixie Fire, we have watched them drop off one by one. And so it is with the 2021 version of the Plumas Homegrown Americana Festival. For the second year in a row, we must cancel this popular gathering.
The most tangible reason is the fact that it appears the fire camp currently in residence at the Fairgrounds looks as if it will be here right up until days before the scheduled event, with no guarantee it would be out even then. Even more concerning is the status of the fire itself; will it be contained, will the air quality be acceptable, will there still be people in need of resources more pressing than a music festival? Each of the cancellations that have occurred since the beginning of this fire has been an easy decision. Disappointing for sure, but an obvious choice none the less.
A heartening sign for the music festival is the number of calls that have been received from as far away as Colorado asking if the event would happen. “Even though it appears we will have a two year break from this festival,” observed Fair Manager John Steffanic, “interest in it remains high. People want to come to Plumas County for Americana music.”
The 2022 Plumas Homegrown Americana Festival will take place September 2-4, 2022 in Quincy, California at the Plumas Sierra County Fairgrounds. Anyone holding a ticket and camping reservation for the 2020 or 2021 event can use that ticket for 2022. If they want a refund for their ticket or camping fees, they can email the event and request a refund. Although there are no plans to increase admission, tickets from 2020 and 2021 will be honored in 2022 regardless of what was paid. Information will continue to be posted on the event website; www.plumasamericana.com.
We will absolutely re-schedule the first three concerts, so you can still purchase season tickets for the best value.
2021 FAIR CANCELLED
The 2021 Plumas Sierra County Fair has, sadly, been postponed. The Livestock Show scheduled for August 11-15 will now be held in Sierraville at the Rodeo Grounds on August 13-15. Please find your way there on Sunday, August 15 for the Livestock Auction. I'm sure these kids could use a boost in morale with everything that is, and has, been going on.
Welcome to the Plumas Sierra County Fair website...
Thanks for stopping by! You should be able to answer most any question you have about the Fair on this website. Even still, if you want to contact a real, live human, don't hesitate to call the fair office at 530-283-6272. The site changes daily, so check back often.
We aren't going anywhere! However, we have become creative in covering all our bases. Our new office hours are:
Monday thru Friday 9am to 1pm
Saturday & Sunday Closed
Now, that doesn't necessarily mean we aren't here. We may be out on the fairgrounds raking leaves, helping a customer or shoveling manure. You're welcome to take a chance and come find us, or you can leave a message on the phone, we usually get those checked every day. Sorry for the inconvenience.
Click here for the height requirements of the carnival rides.