Tehama District Fair

650 Antelope Boulevard
Red Bluff, CA 96080


The first annual Tehama County Fair was held October 3 through 8, 1921.  This was the first fair held in 20 years in Tehama County.  Its purpose was to stimulate and encourage the production of greater varieties, larger quantities and better quality of agriculture and horticulture products, and to promote the breeding of better poultry, hogs, horses, cattle, sheep, and goats.  The Fair was located two miles east of Red Bluff on the Red Bluff-Los Molinos Highway, known today as Antelope Boulevard. The Fair is still in operation today at this same location stimulating and encouraging the same goals.

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