Koi Show slated at the Del Mar Fairgrounds

The 23rd annual Koi Show takes place at the Del Mar Fairgrounds’ Activity Center on Feb. 13 and Feb. 14.

Judges from Japan, the place that originated the art of koi fish keeping and breeding, will assess each contestant and choose the fish that they believe deserves to win, after a short explanation to the audience as to why they chose the fish.

Vendors will be selling and offering information on koi, food, ponds and health products.

For more information, e-mail lelehelcat@aol.com or call (619)-255-3788.

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