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Events such as the grape stomp, the giant pumpkin weigh-off and the regatta will be back again this year.
In 1979, the Coast Guard tried to prosecute for organizing a regatta without a permit.
Early on in the regatta, the new boats were tested.
The Youth Challenge regatta sported sailboats and powerboats carrying youths with physical disabilities and teen volunteers.
The best sailors younger than 23 will converge on the Balboa Yacht Club for the invitational regatta, the oldest youth match racing event in the world.
In April of this year, the regatta was postponed because of the threat of inclement weather.
There will be a dunk tank, zipline, eurobungy, carnival rides, face painting, classic car show, July 4th parade, petting zoo, cardboard boat regatta, live entertainment, food court, pie-eating contest, fireworks and much more.
But at 8:10 a.m., strangely, the yacht club removed the cancellation notice, and insisted the regatta was on.
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