Fair fare is beyond compare

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Only two more days until “fun”! Please come out and have some fun at our 5th annual Hometown Country Fair this Saturday, April 17.
There are 101 ways to have fun this Saturday: Watch a doggie parade, slide down the giant slide, eat delicious Korean barbecue, enter the pie eating contest, climb the rock wall, buy a beautiful handmade quilt, see a 1931 Tudor Model A antique car, take a ride on the Ferris wheel, see a real live bald eagle, watch the children of the Jambazian Dance Academy, hear the beautiful singers of Valley View Elementary, bid on a Fixed Wing airplane flight courtesy of Leo’s All Star Sports Bar & Grill, get your face painted, buy a cute dress for you and a matching one for your daughter, find out all about stamp collecting, celebrate local history with the Historical Society, take a jump on the giant bungee, listen to the Crescenta Valley High School Jazz Band, eat some popcorn, enter your famous pecan pie in the pie contest, drink a freshly made latte, pet a ferret, go through Robbins Nest Preschool’s obstacle course, eat a freshly grilled hamburger, stock up on your Tupperware, buy a marshmallow blaster, dance to the music of Orion’s Belt or the Kyle Frost Band, share cotton candy with a loved one, enjoy a beautiful day at the park, take a chance to win a 6 week program for Extreme Boot Camp, purchase some beautiful jewelry for you and a friend, learn some Buddha Kung Fu, see a whole array of classic cars along with the Big Boy himself, get your psychic reading done, buy a wickless candle, watch the Revolution Dance Center dazzling dance groups, pet some cute doggies, get a chair massage, stock up on your aloe vera skin care needs, hear the beautiful Young Angeles Korean Choir, get a box or two of GG’s gourmet toffee,  bid at the silent auction on two rounds of golf at Angeles National Golf Club, and soak up the sun on a beautiful weekend in the park.  Most of all, as Dr. Suess says the important thing is, “Fun is good.”
There will be much to do, so come early and stay all day as the fair continues from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m..  For more information and to view our flyer please visit: or call our office.
This Fair could not be possible without the countless hours volunteered by the board of directors of the CV Chamber and our generous sponsors including:  Crescenta Valley Weekly, Glendale News-Press, J’s Maintenance, Bonners Equipment Rentals, Leo’s All-Star Sports Bar, Caspian Services Web Design, Jay and Grace Chase, La Canada Eye Care, Gelsingers, Schreiners, Ken & Pat Biermann, Montrose Travel, Southern California Edison, Allied Waste, Riley & Assoc. Advertising, Craig’s Electric, Ryan’s Residential Repair, Albertson’s, CV Drug and Alcohol Coalition, Trader Joe’s La Crescenta and Eleanor Wacker.   Important Chamber dates – April 17: Hometown Country Fair. Please call our office for more details on any event.  How to reach us: (818) 248-4957 / /  / 3131 Foothill Blvd Ste D.

Julia Rabago is the executive director of the Crescenta Valley Chamber of Commerce.

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