Oh boy, have we been busy! First off, the exhibit guide is being printed as you read this. However, if you can't wait, just click on the menu item above labeled Exhibit Guide. We will be taking stacks of the guide out to the different parts of the county over the next few weeks. First we will get them into the schools, then the libraries, banks, post offices, and high traffic businesses. Of course, you can stop by the Fair office too.
We have several projects going on to improve the fairgrounds. Wait until you see the floor of the Tulsa Scott Pavillion. The wood has been refinished. It's gorgeous. We had a 4H Work Day this past Saturday and worked on painting the panels in the Horse Arena. Over 30 people showed up and the panels look brand new! We still have more to do there, so keep an eye out for any announcements of work days, if you're interested in helping. That's just the tip of the iceberg! The fairgrounds are going to sparkle.
There is new footing in the SPI Pavillion, several horse people have been taking advantage of the covered facility throughout the winter. We are just waiting on the weather to put in new footing in the main horse arena. It's been awhile since my last post, and I've thought about dozens of things I wanted to share with you, but now my pea brain is blank, so more on this when I remember.
Every snow storm is great for the water situation. It's another week we don't have to pay to pump water for the lawns. It's undeniably beautiful to look out at a blanket of snow. It's a great excuse for putting things off. But... we're ready for SPRING! We've got projects to do, buildings to paint, repairs and improvements. You will not believe the stuff we have planned for the fairgrounds this Spring. Visitors to the fairgrounds will be amazed and delighted by what they will see. If you want to help out, call us up. We'll put you to work on something. It's a great way to spend an afternoon or evening with the family. Plus, you'll always look at what you did and know you were a part of this gem in Plumas County.