Fair Information

ADMINISTRATION OFFICE

Physical Address: 655 South First Street
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 459 Dixon, CA 95620
Telephone (707) 678-5529
FAX: (707) 678-4765
Website www.dixonmayfair.com
Office Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 and 1:00pm to 5:00 p.m.

 

2014 FAIR DATES

Thursday, May 8, 2014 thru Sunday, May 11, 2014


 

 

 

RESOURCES

 

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FAIR TIME INFORMATION

  • Admission Tickets $12.00 Adults 13 & up
  • Seniors $8.00
  • Children 12 & under  $7.00
  • Military   $8.00
  • 4 & under free
  • Ride Wristbands $29.00 
  • Gates will only sell admission tickets until 10:00 pm

       Subject to change in 2014

 


 

FAIR TIME EMPLOYMENT

Thank you for your interest in temporary employment at the Dixon May Fair.  Generally the Association hires for an employment period of 4 days in May for the annual fair. Some positions, such as seasonal maintenance worker and office support staff may run longer.   This year’s Fair dates are May 8th – 11th, 2014.  For all positions inquire in February.  Most positions start at minimum wage which is $8.00 per hour.

The following is a list of positions that at are currently available with the Dixon May Fair:

Seasonal Office Secretary/Receptionist – Responsible for answering phones, customer service, exhibit office support, pre-fair ticket sales and other jobs as assigned. Must be a team player in a fast paced environment, customer service a must both at the counter and on the phone; must be able to operate a computer with basic knowledge of word processing and Excel spreadsheets as well as a multi-line phone system.  Cash handling experience a plus.  

Ticket Seller – Responsible for ticket selling and cash management.  Must be good with math; cash handling experience a plus.  Customer Service a must.   Applicants will be given a short quiz to test math skills.

Ticket Taker – Responsible for taking tickets from patrons at the admission gates.  Customer Service skills required.

Seasonal Maintenance Worker – jobs may include but are not limited to the following:  maintenance functions necessary to maintain and operate facilities.  Painting, cleaning, carpentry, plumbing, building set-up, barn set-up, janitorial and landscaping; operating equipment such as tractors, dump trucks, blowers, sweepers, front loader and forklift.