This year’s fair will be held totally virtually. This means all entries will be submitted and judged either by photos, short videos or Zoom, except for horses, please refer to the horse section for those details. It is important for you to refer to your premium books for the details and requirements for photo and video submissions. Also note there are some new classes offered this year and some of the normal classes will not be offered. In the coming weeks check back for more information as to when videos and photos submissions will be due.
We will again be using ShoWorks as our entry management software. As a reminder you must completely read the fair premium book before entering your animals or competitive exhibits. With the completion of your entries you are agreeing to the fact that you have read and understand all the rules and regulations in the 2020 Santa Clara County Fair Livestock Book and Home Arts Book.
The 2020 Santa Clara County Fair’s Junior livestock auction will also be held virtually. The date for the auction will be August 8, 2020. Animals will be collected for auction at the 101 Livestock Market, in Aromas. Again, more details will be provided in the coming weeks.
Thank you for your cooperation and understanding of all the changes this year, we look forward to an all new and successful fair.
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JR Auction Buyers 2019
JR Auction Buyers 2018
Jessica Audrey Kwandou is a rising 8th grader who attends St. Joseph of Cupertino School. She was born and raised in Cupertino, California, and her main interests include drawing, playing the piano, swimming, dancing, traveling, and photography.
She is a competitive dancer at Dance Academy USA and a teaching assistant at Hongyun Art. She is an honor roll student, and her substantial academic achievement has also led her to be chosen for subject awards in literature, writing, and math. Furthermore, she has also been nominated for the student council for the past two years at school. She is the co-founder of a non-profit organization called “Replantish,” which introduces the benefit of xeriscaping and project “Operation Kindness,” which provides homemade face masks and face shields for her community during the Covid-19 pandemic.
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In her spare time, she loves to draw, bake, and play field hockey. Samantha will be a freshman at Los Gatos High School and lives in Los Gatos with her mom, dad and 2 goldfish.