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2017 'Iolani School fair to begin Friday

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HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) -

The annual 'Iolani School fair is set to begin this Friday with a fun-filled weekend of rides, food and games.

This year's theme is "Road Trip USA." There will be live entertainment from Brother Noland, American Idol Finalist Jordan Segundo, Nueva Vida and more.

Food booths will be selling giant turkey legs, gumbo, Huli-beef sandwich, waffle dogs, Okinawan soba noodles and, of course, fresh malasadas. 

Parking is available across the street at Kaimuki High School for $5 dollars. A complimentary shuttle will drop off fair goers directly to the school's gate. 

Admission to the fair is free. Click here for more information, or call 808-943-2339. 

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