Each year, rented fairgrounds at Tamiami Park are transformed into the Youth Fair, a four-week county fair. Florida International University, the state school next door, last fall won voter approval to take over the fairgrounds provided Miami-Dade can find another site for the fair.
Each year, rented fairgrounds at Tamiami Park are transformed into the Youth Fair, a four-week county fair. Florida International University, the state school next door, last fall won voter approval to take over the fairgrounds provided Miami-Dade can find another site for the fair. Roberto Koltun El Nuevo Herald
Each year, rented fairgrounds at Tamiami Park are transformed into the Youth Fair, a four-week county fair. Florida International University, the state school next door, last fall won voter approval to take over the fairgrounds provided Miami-Dade can find another site for the fair. Roberto Koltun El Nuevo Herald

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