Enter exhibits in the Harvest Fair in Grass Valley
September 3, 2013
Entry forms are now being accepted for exhibit entries in the Harvest Fair, which takes place during the Draft Horse Classic, Sept. 19-22, at the Nevada County Fairgrounds.
The deadline for Nevada County residents to turn in entry forms to enter exhibits is 4 p.m. Sept. 13. It's free to enter, and all exhibitors will receive complimentary tickets to the Friday evening performance of the Draft Horse Classic.
Entry forms are now being accepted at the Fair office and online at http:// NevadaCountyFair.com. There are more than 100 different categories to choose from, including fruits and vegetables, cobblers, harvest pies, scarecrows, a garden photo contest, jams, honey, cut flowers, produce characters and birdhouses. There's even a "Harrowingly Huge Harvest Haul" category for those extra big vegetables and fruit.
There's a division for youth and teens, which includes categories like apple-face dolls, decoupage, Halloween masks, painted pumpkins, wreaths, table settings and ceramics. Plus, there's a Special People's division for those interested in showing off their talents at the Harvest Fair.
Complete descriptions of all Harvest Fair divisions and categories are available online at http://NevadaCountyFair.com, at the fair's office on McCourtney Road or by calling the fairgrounds office at 530-273-6217.
In addition to the draft horse performances, the Harvest Fair is happening at the fairgrounds throughout the event. Live entertainment, Art at the Classic, Treat Street goodies, a clogging jamboree and visits to the barns make for a fun family day at the Harvest Fair.
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