The Del Mar Fairgrounds welcomed a grand total of 271,732 guests to Home•Grown•Fun, presented by the San Diego County Fair, exceeding expectations and serving as a kick-off for both summer and California’s Reopening for many San Diego families.
When the 22nd District Association Board of Directors (22nd DAA) meets on June 8, 2021, the Horsepark Ad-hoc Committee will present options to resume equestrian activities at the Horsepark facility in 2022.
Del Mar Fairgrounds has numerous seasonal job opportunities available including Parking Attendants, Traffic Controllers, Security Guards, Ticketing Attendants, Janitors and Administrative positions. Join our team this summer at HOME*GROWN*FUN and apply online at delmarfairgrounds.com.
Smaller in scale and limited in attendance, “HOME*GROWN*FUN presented by the San Diego County Fair” will offer a taste of fair favorites, including shopping, food concessionaires, a Ferris wheel and carousel, agricultural-themed exhibits, and demonstrations and entertainment designed to educate and delight families looking to get outside for some real-life, in-person, down-home, but still masked-up and socially-distanced fun! June 11-July 4, 2021 at the Del Mar Fairgrounds.
With unanimous support, the 22nd District Agricultural Association Board of Directors/Del Mar Fairgrounds appointed Interim CEO Carlene Moore to the position of Chief Executive Officer.
Scripps Health, the County of San Diego and the Del Mar Fairgrounds are partnering to open a COVID-19 vaccination super station at the fairgrounds on Friday.