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City of Brea’s 35th Annual Country Fair

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Leeloo Hernandez placed first in the 9-12 month category at Brea Country Fair’s baby contest last year. She is a 4th generation Brea resident. (Vanderburg family)

    Summer is coming and the city of Brea will kick off the season with its 35th Annual Country Fair on Friday, July 4, at the City Hall Park. Its old fashioned charm has kept it coming back year after year as people enjoy the day-long festivities starting with the Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast from 7:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.

      Officially open at 10:00 a.m., it has a long list of activities scheduled throughout the day such as Live performances by the Darden Family, Anthony Rivera and Raining Horseshoes, House Party, A+ Dropouts and The 5 Star Band
Kiddie Parade, Beautiful Baby and Bow Wow Contests,
Teen Fun Area and Little Kids Fun Area, Pie Eating and Hula Hoop Contests,
 Hot Rod and Collectible Car Show, Market Place craft area, 
$2 swimming at the Plunge (for all ages) and a Reptacular Animals Reptile Show.

        And if that isn’t enough, there will be an antique car display, petting zoo, food and game booths, tours of the Brea Museum & Heritage Center and trolley tours of Olinda Oil Museum and Trail- plus more!

          Note: this year the Brea Museum & Heritage Center is hosting the Car Show to help raise funds for children's programming at the Brea Museum and Heritage Center. To enter your car and perhaps win a trophy, visit the Brea Museum & Heritage Center website.

            For more information on registering for the beautiful baby contest and the exciting events the Country Fair has to offer, call (714) 990-7771 or visit Brea Special Events.
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