The 2023 Citrus Fair theme celebrates all that is beautiful and wonderful about the world we live in.

 

Get those creations ready for the 2023 Citrus Fair!

2023 Cloverdale Citrus Fair – February 17-20

Do you craft, draw, or paint? Do you bake, make BBQ sauce, grow plants, or arrange flowers? Do you have a great international recipe or an amazing photograph taken of a place you have visited? How will you share your talents and this year’s theme? We can’t wait to see!

Mark your Calendars with these important Dates … 

December 1                  Exhibitor Guidebook Available

January 4                      Entries Open

January 28                    Still Exhibits Entries Close

February 3                     Livestock Entries Close

February 4                     Still Exhibits Drop Off

 

EXHIBITORS’ GUIDEBOOK

The Exhibitors’ Guidebook will be available online and can be downloaded along with entry forms.

A limited number of books will be available at the Citrus Fair office and at the library and senior center.

If you would like a printout for your specific section, contact the Citrus Fair office at 707- 894-3992.

 

HOW TO ENTER

Entries will be accepted online via ShoWorks starting January 4th. Check back here for links and instructions.

Entries may also be handed in to the Citrus Fair office, where staff can assist you with your entry. The staff has extra forms for your use.

 

CITRUS EXHIBITS

The show pieces of the Citrus Fair are the creative Citrus Exhibits that fill the Exhibit Hall are fun to put together. Gather your club, your family, or a group of friends to participate in this great Fair tradition. Guidance and advice is available to all groups. Contact the Fair office with questions.

 

SPECIAL DESSERT CONTESTS

The most delicious way to celebrate our agricultural heritage!

The “Orange Surprise”  dessert contest (Saturday, February 18th) challenges bakers to showcase the orange fruit. With this year’s theme, how about a twist with mandarins or blood oranges?

The “Lemon Delight” dessert contest (Sunday, February 19th) showcases the lovely lemon.

  • Judging is based 90% on the recipe and taste and 10% on the presentation.
  • No manufactured mixes, frostings, or fillings may be used.
  • Entries should have eight servings to be judged.
  • First through fifth place will be awarded.
  • Full contest details are found on page nine of the Exhibitors’ Guidebook.

The holiday are the perfect time to practice!

 

QUESTIONS?

Still Exhibits, Warner Hall & Dessert Special Contests: Contact Cheri Tipler

cheri_arts_crafts@yahoo.com

707-696-5298

 

Animal Exhibits: Stefani Wright

thewriterabbit@yahoo.com

707-894-7828