Thursday, April 26, 2012
Earl Warren Show Grounds
Las Positas and Calle Real
"FAIR-y Tails come true" at the 23rd annual Santa Barbara Fair & Expo, April 25-29, 2012 at the Earl Warren Showgrounds. It's a happy place that will put a smile on your face! – Exciting Carnival Rides, Bewitching Fair Food and Enchanting Farm Animals are waiting for you!
The story begins in the Carnival Midway. With more than 30 rides and attractions, you will find yourself deeply entrenched in fun. Don't miss the Solar Powered Carousel, only at the Santa Barbara Fair & Expo!
Your children will think they are a part of a great new story as they ride on a real Pony and see the exotic animals in the Petting Zoo. The Kid's Carnival will excite and delight you and the children. You'll hoot with laughter at the All Alaskan Racing Pigs as they run around the track, jump the hurdles and compete for the honor of being the fastest little piggy in the land.
All of your Fair-y Tail dream will come true when you stop along the way to relax and enjoy some great entertainment on the "Jack & the Beanstalk Stage" and the"Humpty Dumpty Stage". Music, Dancing, Magic and more will keep you and your family entertained for hours!
Visit "Storybook Land" (Warren Hall) to see the expo showcase of local foods, wine & beer, arts & crafts, horticulture and fine arts displays. You will love tasting free samples of the featured desserts, appetizers and other scrumptious foods in the Fair & Expo Cooking Contest, offered daily at the Santa Barbara Fair & Expo, where FAIR-y Tails come true!.
Don't head for home until you take your family to visit "The Land of Make-Believe". (Exhibit Building) Here, you will enjoy the interactive displays. You will also be able to see artwork, photography, pottery and many other projects entered by children from our community. For complete info on how to enter in all areas of the Fair, please visit the Exhibitor page on this website or call 687-0766.
So if you're ready for some magical fun that will satisfy your whole family, come visit the Santa Barbara Fair & Expo.
Posted by Carla B. Reeves at 7:30 AM