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Entries Sought for Maui Fair Exhibit

August 29, 2011, 8:57 AM HST
* Updated August 29, 9:05 AM
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By Wendy Osher

Maui Fair livestock, courtesy photo.

The 89th Maui County is seeking entries for its Livestock and Poultry Exhibit.

If you’ve raised the fanciest chicken, most pleasant pheasant, or grandest guinea pig, the Maui Fair offers a place to showcase prized animals.

Entries are being accepted in youth (ages 17 and under), and adult divisions.

Entry forms are avialable at:

  • Del’s Farm & Feed Supply in Kahului
  • Maui Feed & Farm Supply in Kahului
  • Wai Ulu Farms in Pukalani
  • Maui Fair Administrative Office located in the War Memorial Gymnasium parking lot. (Office hours are Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.  Call 242-2721.)
  • Online at the Maui Fair Web site:

Completed forms are due on Saturday, September 17, 2011.  Late entries will not be accepted.


All forms should be submitted to the Maui Fair Administrative Office.  They can also be mailed to Glenn Berce, Attn: Livestock & Poultry Exhibit, 180 Pau Hana Road, Makawao 96768.

First place winners of the Livestock & Poultry Exhibit will be presented with trophies and awards on Saturday, October 1, at 7 p.m.

The exhibit will also feature special events from Thursday, September 29 through Saturday October 1, including paniolo saddle making, dog training and more.


This year, the popular Keiki Roping event is themed “Tough Enough To Wear Pink” to help promote breast cancer awareness. All keiki ropers and exhibit volunteers will be dressed in pink to show support for those whose lives have been touched by breast cancer.

The 89th Maui Fair will open with the traditional parade on Thursday, September 29, and will continue with rides, food, and entertainment through Sunday, October 2.

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