Huell visits the Monterey County Fair and learns why this area is known as the “Salad bowl of the world,” but this fair is not all
Huell visits the Alameda County Fair which originated in 1859 in downtown Oakland as a Floral Fair. The first modern-day Fair in Pleasanton began
Huell travels to Placerville to attend the El Dorado County Fair which is filled with all the wonderful food, rides, games and happy fairgoers
Huell visits a fair steeped in history. In 1880, a group of San Diegans organized an agricultural fair to bring county farmers together to share
Huell travels WAY up to the northern part of our state to visit a true “country” fair. The Trinity County Fair and the Hayfork Mule Show take
Huell travels to Grass Valley California to visit the Nevada County Fair, which is consistently referred to as “California’s Most
Huell travels to the Calaveras County Fair & Jumping Frog Jubilee. There is a reason this area is referred to as “Frogtown”. In 1865, Samuel
Huell heads to the “greenest” fair in California. The Marin County Fair has made a huge effort to make a very small footprint on the environment.