The Placer County Fair Association is comprised of community-minded individuals dedicated to the Placer County Fair and Events Center as well as the All American Speedway.
Board meetings take place the 3rd Wednesday of every month at 6:30p.m. See calendar for Monthly meetings.
Interested in becoming an association member? Applying is simple - join today.
If you are interested in sponsoring the fair and community events, view our sponsorship opportunities
or contact our Fair Manager
| Dave Henry was appointed to fill a vacant
position in 1999 and has served on the board ever since and currently acts as Board President. He's been involved in the Fair
since 1984 as a buyer at the Junior Livestock Auction to represent his family
business, Roseville Meat Company. Dave has a history of involvement at the
fairgrounds from selling food and beer at the raceway and during the fair for
over a decade. He's deeply committed to the fair with a belief that continuing
education of the agriculture and livestock industries is important for children
and families in our community. The Fair is a safe and enjoyable place where
groups experience and celebrate a sense of community.
| Board Vice-President and Race Committee Member.
| Katharina Head, currently acting as Board Treasurer, became a yearly Fair attendee
upon moving to Roseville in 1989. In 2000, when she purchased her home across
the street from the Fairgrounds, she immediately joined the Association and
volunteered her time working on several beautification projects on the grounds.
She was elected to the Board in 2005 and served for three years. She was
recently re-appointed to serve again. Katharina has a background in Finance and
has also started up and run several small businesses. While working at Hewlett
Packard as a Financial Analyst she also acted as Event Coordinator for their
annual company picnics attended by up to 6000 people. She is currently working
in Property Management.
|Bob Kennedy is a longtime resident of
Roseville and voted to the Board of Directors in January 2008. Bob's been very
active with the association with his wife, Patty, serving as past-director and
past-president to the board, for several decades. He knows the rich history of
the fair having been involved in various capacities as well as volunteering
countless hours. Bob enjoys the scholarship pageants and commercial vendors
during the fair. On Saturday nights, he's found at the All American Speedway
where he reflects back to the 1990s when he was an Enduro racer. Professionally,
Bob is owner of Kennedy and Wagner Locksmiths.
| Wayne Vineyard has been a member of the Board
of Directors since 1974. His main
interest is the Livestock Exhibits and is the Chairman of the Junior Livestock
Sale Committee. Through the fair the 4-H
and FFA members have an opportunity to showcase their projects and sell their
market animals. Wayne started his
relationship with the fair when he was a 4-H member. Wayne is very involved in
the Agriculture Community in the County, serving on the Boards of the Placer
County Farm Bureau, Placer County Farm Supply and is Chair of the County
Agricultural Commission. He has been a 4-H leader for 56 years. He is a full
time farmer north of Lincoln raising Beef Cattle and growing Rice. His wife Barbara is also involved in the
Fair industry, serving as a judge of still exhibits at many County and District
Fairs and the California State Fair. Our
fair is important to acquaint fair goers with the opportunity to see
Agriculture in action.
Livestock/ Premium handbook
|Fair Manager of the Placer County Fair since 2014, acting as Board Secretary, and active member of the Livestock Committee.
Nicole Mutka was born and
raised in Roseville California and stills there today. Nicole
has been involved with Placer
County pageants since
1996, Director since 2014 and loves helping out her community and the Placer County Fair. She is happily
married with 3 children; Ashley, Jacob and Justin, twin boys. Her daughter
Ashley has been involved with the pageants and other community events since
2008. Nicole worked at a local law firm, Penney & Associates, for twelve
years and now runs a home childcare business, Sweet Peas Child Care.
Livestock/ Premium book committee
Novo was born in Walnut Creek, and moved to Placer County
in 2004 with his wife, Sarah and their 3 daughters. Nick currently serves as the
Assistant Security Manager of Arden Fair Mall in Sacramento, CA. Nick oversees all of the
daily operations of the Security department, including managing 28 full time
employees. He is a member of Cal SAGA, ASIS, BSIS, ICSC and the FBI's
Infragard. Additionally, Nick served on
the Advisory board for the Institute
of Technology's Criminal
Justice program from 2008-2012. One of his most significant achievements has
been the implementation, design and management of a recently developed three
million dollar high definition camera system. On the weekends Nick and his family can be found
hiking, watching football and cheering on their three daughters as they compete
in FFA, Del Oro cheerleading, pageants and equestrian events.