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General Guidelines and Local Rules The Plumas-Sierra County Fairgrounds officially opens its gates to the public on Wednesday, August 8, 2001 at Noon and closes its gates at Midnight, Sunday, August 12, 2001. Showmanship for Swine begins at 8:00 AM on Wednesday, August 8, 2001. Everyone is welcome to come and watch. Please use Gate one off of Lee Road to enter the Fair. GATE AD .MISSION: Adults (13 years and older) $ 4.00 Children (6 through 12 Years) $ 2.50 Senior Citizens (62 Years and older) $ 2.50 5 years and under Free Weekly Passes: Adults: $10.00 Children & Senior Citizens:$ 5.00 NOTE:THERE HAVE BEEN MANY CHANGES IN THE 2001 PREMIUM GUIDE. PLEASE READ CAREFULLY, DOGS: No Doge Allowed in Fairgrounds with the exception of Guide Dogs or those used for demonstrations. AUTO PARKING: Automobiles may be parked in parking lots made available near the Main Entrance of the Fairgrounds. Throughout the Fair, all motoriz vehicles MUST BE REMOVED FROM THE LIVESTOCK AREA BY 8:00 AM AND OFF THE MAIN FAIRGROUNDS BY 11:00 AM, with the exception of official vahlciea and those parked in areas designated by Fair Management. No Go/f calm or A TV'= are e//owed on grounds qwoved by Management. UNAUTHORIZED VEHICLES ON THE FAIRGROUND8 AFTER 11:00 A.M. WILL BE TOWED AWAY, PLUMA8 COUNTY COOE-ARTICLE 8, CHAPTER 3, TITLE 4, SECTION 4-3.509: (AMENDED BY ORDINANCE NO. r/-U2-DEC, tlk IIWr) It shall be unlawful for any person to park any vehicle at any time in certain posted, designated areas within the Plumes- Sierra County Fairgrounds. Such areas shall be posted with appropriate signs stating that vehicles unlawfully parked at that location might be towed at the owner's expense. The Fair Manager is authorized to de gnate "NO PARKING" areas within the Fairgrounds. COMMUNICATIONS: As a courtesy to our Exhibitors, mail addressed In care of the Manager will be held until called for at the Fairgrounds Main Office. SAFETY FIRST: Exhibitors of animals, machinery in motion and other exhibits liable to occasional accidents, injury or damage to persons coming into contact with them shell guard their exhibits and protect the public from Coming into contact therewith. Every exhibitor shall indemnify the Plumes-Sierra County Fair from and against all claims and demands, costs, charges and expenses which he/she may incur, suffer or be put to, by any reason of any accident, or any person being injured or suffering damage through or by reason by such exhibit not being properly guarded or the public not being protected therefrom. The Fair will take reasonable precautions to insure the safety of exhibits sent to the Fair for exhibition, but the Owner's (themselves) must take the risk of exhibiting them and should any exhibit or portion thereof be injured, lost FAIR WILL NOT BE LIABLE OR MAKE VALUE THEREOF. CAMPING: Exhibitors who on MUST MAKE PRIOR Management. Specific arrangements Main Office 530-283-6272. A fee of $75.00 each campsite in the Carnival Area and charged for each campsite in the Lower Cam duration of the Fair. NOTE: PLEASE AND WIDTH OF TRAVEL TRAILER TELEPHONE NUMBER YOU CAN BE THE WORK HOURS. Campers will be Sunday, Aug. 5th; Monday, Aug. 6th and during the hours of 9 AM through 6 PM. will be at the direction of fair discretion of the exhibitor. CAMPING PAiD IN ORDER TO GUARANTEE permits are to be picked up at livestock or setting-up. Removat of smpenb begins on Sunday 3:00 to 8:30 PM and from 8:00 PM to All materials and made from flameproof materials or treated flame retardant condition. This is in 13115 through 13119 of the Health & California. NOTE: Any extension oords shall be rated 15 amps minimum and Cords without these requirements will be duration of the Fair. THEFT. RISK AND/OR DAMAGE: understood the FAIR WILL NOT BE ANY DAMAGE, FIRE, THEFT OR HAPPEN ON THE FAIRGROUNDS. LIVESTOCK AND OTHER ENTRIES RISK. The Fair will use reasonable preservation and proteotion of all exhibits, is solely liable for any loss, injury, damage, otherwise, occurring to or caused by exhibit and by signing the Entry Blank, Sierra County Fair and the proceedings. All exhibits entered shall control of Fair Management. Exhibitors their exhibits dudng and after the Fair. assume any responsibility for exhibits more than 12 Hours after closing of the OR EMPLOYEE OF THE FAIR HAS CHANGE OR SUSPEND THIS RULE. POLICING/SECURITY: Will be HOURS A DAY starting August 8, 2001 12, 2001. "yun in tile Sun in 2oo !" 9