Get ready for the 53rd annual Larchmont Family Fair!

| August 29, 2019 | 0 Comments

PIE-EATING CONTEST was a big hit at last year’s Larchmont Family Fair.

Sample pies, taste tamales, enjoy rides and watch talented contestants at the 53rd annual Larchmont Family Fair on Larchmont Boulevard between Beverly Boulevard and First Street, Sun., Oct. 27 from noon to 5:30 p.m.

New this year will be a performance by the Bob Baker Marionettes held between the children’s costume contest and the talent show, says the Larchmont Boulevard Association’s volunteer Fair co-chair, Vivian Gueler.

A pie-baking contest organized by Anne Loveland, Janet Loveland and Sue Carr, will have judging by local celebrities.

ACTIVITIES for kids include rides and games.

Family fair homework

For those neighbors who would like to participate a little bit more, here is some “homework” for you.

Kids can start getting their costumes together for the yearly costume contest.

Bakers can start working on their best pies to be dropped off at the beginning of the fair for judging; details to be forthcoming.

Performers can begin rehearsing that one piece they think will get them onstage. Auditions for the talent show, organized by co-chair Betsy Malloy, are Sun., Oct. 20, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Contact for details.

Businesses that want to sponsor a ride or other aspect of the Fair can contact Vivian Gueler at by Tues., Sept. 10.

Local nonprofit organizations such as schools, scout troops, service clubs, religious organizations and other area charitable groups that would like to raise money for, or showcase, their organizations should also contact Gueler.

Money raised by Fair booths goes directly to the sponsoring organizations. Event proceeds, such as from the rids, help fund trash collection and beautification on Larchmont Blvd.

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