For the 90th time ... The Fair
New rides, hands-on demonstrations, robotics competition highlight annual event that starts Thursday with parade down Kaahumanu Ave.
E.K. Fernandez ride operator Jolane Josiah hooks a plastic skirt around the base of Pharaoh’s Fury on Tuesday afternoon.
The Maui News / MATTHEW THAYER photo
By MELISSA TANJI - Staff Writer
from: The Maui News.com
September 26, 2012
New keiki rides, more hands-on demonstrations and entertainment and the largest robotics competition ever are just some of the highlights of this year's Maui Fair, which gets under way Thursday.
"I think this year in particular, because it's our 90th year, everyone feels its more of a significant fair," said Sherri Grimes, the fair's managing director.
Everyone from vendors to volunteers are stepping up their game for the 90th Maui Fair, "A Timeless Tradition," which runs through Sunday at the War Memorial Complex, she said.