Butte County Fair & Fairgrounds
The Butte County Fair has been creating memories for 75 years. Tree lined streets, children laughing, aroma of fair food, and fun events and shows, the Butte County Fair is a feel good family event. The friendliness of the Butte County Fair and the fairgrounds sets it apart from other events.
The Butte County Fair belongs to Butte County and is a reflection of Butte County and its residents. We are extremely proud of the Butte County Fair and believe the future holds great things.
We invite you to become a part of our family by becoming a sponsor. As a member of the Butte County Community wouldn’t it be nice to be part of making a special memory? You can, by signing up to be a sponsor.
Contact us for more information about this great opportunity.
August JLA Meeting
August JLA Meeting. Agenda Attached
JULY 21: Board Meeting
The Butte County Fair Association Board of Directors will be holding a board meeting on Thursday, July 21, 2022 at 6pm.
NEW at Butte County Fair: Youth Digital Media
DEADLINE EXTENDED TO AUG. 14! This Youth only department is designed for all those dabbling in creating digital works of art. We have three basic divisions: Instructional and Entertainment videos, and Digital Arts, with the option to enter as an individual or group. Show off your digital art, graphic design, and video skills at the Butte County Fair! Sign up here today!
*VIDEO SUBMISSIONS REQUIRES A 2-STEP PROCESS. SEE PAGE 22 IN THE HANDBOOK FOR INSTRUCTIONS.*
JUNE 6: Special Board Meeting
The Butte County Fair Association Board of Directors will be holding a special closed session board meeting on Monday,June 6, 2022 at 3pm. Click the button below to download the meeting agenda.
MAY 19: Board Meeting
The Butte County Fair Association Board of Directors will be holding a regular session board meeting on Thursday, May 19, 2022 at 6pm. Click the button below to download the meeting agenda.
PRESERVED FOODS WORKSHOP IS "IN THE CAN"
Thank you to the UC Master Food Preservers (a public service and outreach program under the University of California Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources) for presenting a very comprehensive and fun workshop!
We were a small but mighty group that learned safe canning practices, including do’s and don’ts. Water bath canning and steam canning were demonstrated live, and participants took home their own jar of pickled onions, freshly canned. Additionally, participants won prizes of books on canning, canning utensils and those oh so prized canning jars. Everyone enjoyed themselves and we look forward to planning a second workshop this fall. Make sure you check this page for more upcoming workshops throughout the year!!