8/3/2011 - 8/14/2011
The Ventura County Fairgrounds provide endless opportunity for local residents. Annual quality programming entertains and educates, but fair-time itself is the most economically stimulating and rewarding time of the year. For twelve exciting summer days, the Ventura County Fair fully dedicates itself to the community at large—Not only can neighbors come out and experience shared solidarity and city pride, but entrants of all ages can showcase their wares and be rewarded for their endeavors.
The 31st District Agricultural Association (DAA) comprises a legal body which governs the Fair and fairgrounds. Although the DAA is a state entity, it does not receive money from the state general fund. The Association remains endowed through locally generated revenue and horse racing wagering facilities. The Fair is truly a regional enterprise. In troubled economic times, the Fair is a constant source of income for the county and its inhabitants.