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Wednesday, August 7, 2013

Orange County Fair

Last Saturday we went to the Orange County Fair. This is an annual and a month long festival at Costa Mesa in Orange County, California that is held every summer. The fair first took place in the year 1890 in Sta. Ana and one of the highlight of this event in that year there were some minor exhibits and a horse race. The early fairs consist of live stock shows, horse races and some carnivals.

a giveaway bags from one of the sponsors

Food vendor selling corns
Chicjen Barbecue
A cable ride
Going to the livestock show
The goat in the livestock show
Some visitors inside the live stock show
the food that we ate
my feet at the cable ride
you can see the carnivals while on a cable ride
fun game where i won a hand sanitizer

We went early in the morning and paid the entrance fee of $3 for each person. But if you'll come a bit later, the price goes up to $10.

The fair also includes a trade show where we went inside to see some product exhibit of the vendors.

Food vendors piled up outside to sell their delicacies.

We left the fair around 3 p.m. and decided to take our late lunch at Z-Cafe in Costa Mesa mall.

Sameera Chathuranga

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