Placer County Fair in Desperate Need, Plans Benefit
The Placer County Fair is in desperate need of financial assistance. Like all Fairs in California, we lost over $200,000 in annual State Funding and Services, so what better way to raise money than to do what we know how to do best? ...Throw a Party!
Four country bands have generously volunteered there time to make the Hoedown all it should be. Live Country Music provided by "Branded", "Patrick Walsh", "Hank Biggs" and "Matt Larson". This should be the best Country Jam Session of 2013.
"Placer County Barnyard Hoedown", BBQ Dinner with Tri-Tip, Chicken and all the fixin's, Live Music, Mechanical Bull Riding Competition, Cow Patty Bingo and more..
Saturday, Jan. 26, 2013, 6-10 p.m.
$40 Admission gets you BBQ Dinner, Tri-Tip and Chicken with all the Fixin's
Cow Chip Bingo,
Bucking Machine Rodeo,
Raffle prizes and auction,
Everyone who attends gets three 2013 Complimentary event tickets: One admission to the All American Speedway, One Admission to the Berryfest, and One ticket to the Placer County Fair. (That's $26 worth of tickets)
To purchase tickets go to www.PlacerCountyFair.org or call (916) 786-2023
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