EVENT CENTER ON THE BEACH - Whatever the season, the Event Center on the Beach is an excellent venue to hold a meeting, seminar, reception, or for the sports enthusiast, motor sport races, livestock shows, rodeo, or other Arena events.
Located in the middle of America’s Wild Rivers Coast, in either direction there is an abundance of activities that can be enjoyed by every member of the family. The Pacific coast beach is just a stone's throw away from the back gate of the Event Center. You have ocean and river fishing within minutes of the Event Center or jet boat trips up the Rogue River.
The America’s Wild Rivers’ Coast corridor of 101 miles is steeped in history and culture. Each community has its own unique shops, whether you are an avid antique collector, discreet art buyer, or exploring the craft boutiques for that one special item to place in your residence.
The Event Center on the Beach offers the opportunity to meet the needs of organizations, individuals or promoters desiring a quality venue, with a friendly staff, nearly every day of the year.
Curry County Fair 2013
Thursday through Sunday, Gold Beach, Oregon
Last weekend of July
Theme: Amazing Sights & Fair Delights
Featured Grounds Entertainment
LUCKY 7 BULLS & BARRELS, sponsored by Lucky 7 Casino
Carnival by Paul Maurer Shows. Armbands are available every day. Discount coupons are $20 before fair. Save $7. Available throughout the county at Rays, as well as at the Fair Office and 24 hours daily at McKays, Corner Drug, Chetco Pharmacy and Wrights Custom Framing
Stout Mountain Railway will have a grand display of trains running every day inside Artisan Hall where artists will be at work on paintings, quick-draw portraits, and weaving. An observation hive of honeybees will be on display the entire time that the buildings are open, 10am until 9pm daily except on Sunday when the fair closes at 5 p.m.
Parade is Saturday, July 27, starting at 11am, southbound to the fairground on Hwy 101, Ellensburg Ave
Bagpipes will be in the parade and performing afterwards at the covered stage, by the Southern Oregon Scottish Pipe Band.
Exhibit Entry day is two days before the fair begins, on Tuesday all day, from 9 a.m. until 8 p.m. There is no entry fee to enter Exhibits. The Exhibit Departments are Creative Art, Photography, HobbyCraft, Fabric Arts, Culinary, Floral and Land Products. Livestock entries are on Wednesday.
Admission is Adults $7 Daily, Child 6-12 $2; Friday Free, Child under 6 Free, Seniors $5, Thursday $3, Sunday Family Day $15 (2 adults/3 children) Season Pass (4 Days) $20
THURSDAY - Senior Citizen’s Day – sponsored by BI-MART
FRIDAY – Kids Day sponsored by Smith River Rancheria
SATURDAY – Parade Day – sponsored by Town & Country Animal Clinic
SUNDAY – Family Day – sponsored by Curry Transfer and Recycling
Bobble Lagoon to roll over the water in, Rock Wall climbing and Bunge Jump
Talent Show Saturday afternoon, Battle of the Bands Thursday, Ugly Dog contest on Sunday along with the Diaper Derby and Beautiful Baby Contest.
Junior Livestock Auction on Saturday
Grand Marshal is Audre Nowlin, Fair Board member