Sunday Sep 12 2010 comments Gold Country Fair 2010 By: Photos by Kim Palaferri/Auburn Journal -A +A Photo by Kim Palaferri/Auburn JournalMick Martin & The Blues Rockers create some soulful blues for the crowd on The Coors Main Stage at the Gold Country Fair. Photo by Kim Palaferri/Auburn JournalSurge Vronskiy of Rocklin encourages his daughter Elise to keep her eye on the middle pin for a strike in the Kids' World at the Gold Country Fair. Photo by Kim Palaferri/Auburn JournalTaking dance lessons from one of Disney's local radio station talents Amanda Wood, Jackie Armand of Penryn and Haley Gallamore of Newcastle want to have a future as Disney dancers, too. Photo by Kim Palaferri/Auburn JournalSix-year-old Samuel Santos of Sacramento shows his mom Candy and brother Gabrial his moves to the sounds of Mick Martin and The Blues Rockers on Saturday at The Gold Country Fair. Kim Palaferri/Auburn JournalColby Preis of Colfax had a good day playing games at The Gold Country Fair as he went home with a new best friend, a goldfish. Photo by Kim Palaferri/Auburn JournalLincoln residents Brayden McKee and Zachery Lenard try hard not to peek, but just can't wait to see where the silver dollar coins were placed during the pre-show at the bull riding competition. Photo by Kim Palaferri/Auburn JournalE.V. Cain seventh-grader Lara Macon teaches younger sister Emma Macon that science is a lot of fun. Lara shows Emma that a ball can float on this High Pressure vs. Low Pressure display at the Super Science exhibit. Photo by Kim Palaferri/Auburn JournalWendy Rickman of Roseville said she attends the fair every year and this time she learned that you can be green by blowing your hair dry with this giant balloon during the One Man Comedy show with Skip Banks. Photo by Kim Palaferri/Auburn JournalBrothers Spencer, James, and Kyle Smith take time from their Newcastle home school schedule to have some fun with Magneatos at the Super Science exhibit. Photo by Kim Palaferri/Auburn JournalTaking home the prize and pets are Leah and Colby Preis from Colfax. They won the Ping Pong Toss to win goldfish at the Gold Country Fair. Photo by Kim Palaferri/Auburn JournalColfax High freshman Malia Krupin holds the goldfish she won in the Ping Pong toss. "Me and you little fishy are going to be friends!"she said. Krupin visits the fair each year and loves the games, rides and music, she said. Photo by Kim Palaferri/Auburn JournalPretending to be a super hero, Aleah Whitley of Auburn, center, has fun on the Swing Ride at the Gold Country Fair.