Billed as "an old-fashion country fair", the "61th" annual bash will run from August 7 to 9.
Local schools will attend the event, which is hosted by the La Habra Host Lions Club, and proceeds will be used to provide free eye exams and glasses for needy students.
Not only will you be able to cram your cakehole with the yellow stuff, plus other grub, but there will also be games and musical entertainment, and vendors will be selling the usual fair-like stuff such as jewelry and clothing, and they'll be doing face painting and henna tattooing.
A parade is held on the Saturday morning, and a corn-eating contest takes place on both the Saturday and Sunday afternoon.
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You can also meet Miss La Habra and try your luck in a competition to win a car.
And if your kids are particularly photogenic, why not enter them in the baby contest? It's $5 to register; call (562) 889-2805 for details.
Festivities kick off on the Friday at 5.30 p.m. For the full rundown, visit the website.