27.12.2013

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The Los Angeles County Fair begins its 23-day run Friday at Fairplex in Pomona with a nighttime Chinese lantern display and an expanded farm area but without a staple of 75 years, horse racing.
The fair’s horse racing dates have been shifted about 30 miles southwest to Los Alamitos Race Course, where an 11-day meeting will open Sept.
Fairgoers can watch telecasts of the races at the Finish Line Sports Grill, Top of the Park and Longboard Bar & Lounge at Fairplex and bet on them. Postcards good for admission to Los Alamitos Race Course will be available at the fair, while racegoers can get similar postcards at Los Alamitos Race Course for admission to the fair.
New attractions at the fair’s 92nd edition include Luminasia, an array of custom-built Chinese lanterns that will be making its California debut. The Hall of Heroes is a mixture of interactive science displays, with ties to such comic book superheroes as Batman, Spider-Man and Superman. The Flower & Garden Pavilion will depict the beauty of China through art, poetry and elaborate floral designs.
Four acres devoted to growing a range of California crops have been added to The Farm at the Fairplex, which also includes the Big Red Barn, which has the state’s largest petting zoo, milking demonstrations and agricultural exhibits. The fair’s lagoon will be home to its exotic animals, including lemurs, peacocks, monkeys, kangaroos, camels, birds and a variety of reptiles and insects. There will be more than 300 food choices at the fair, including Mexican, Italian, Asian and Greek food. The fair’s End of Summer Concert Series begins Friday with Zendaya, with special guest Trevor Jackson. The weekend fair admission prices are $19, $15 for adults age 60 and older and $12 for children ages 6 to 12. Discounted tickets priced at $11 for adults and $6 for children ages 6-12 are available at participating Ralphs and Cardenas stores.


Metrolink will have new late night weekend service from the fair to Union Station to enable fairgoers to stay until closing on Saturdays and Sundays.
All Metrolink San Bernardino Line trains will make special weekend stops at Fairplex Station, except for Trains 351, 352 and 353 on Saturdays and Train 351 on Sunday.
The fair evolved from a commercial-industrial show first held along the Southern Pacific railroad siding in downtown Pomona in 1921. The fair has been held annually at Fairplex since 1922, except from 1942-47, when the facility was being used by the U.S. It also pays tribute to real-life heroes in law enforcement, the military, firefighting along with civilian good Samaritans.
The Atrium will reproduce China’s tropical rainforests with animals and plants native to the country.
The weekday prices are $12, $10 for adults age 60 and over and $8 for children ages 6 to 12. It proved so successful that the businessmen who produced it held the first Los Angeles County Fair in October 1922. Army, including as a prisoner of war camp for German and Italian soldiers and a relocation camp for Japanese Americans. 29 is the earliest possible date the fair can open if it continues opening on the Friday before Labor Day.



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