YAKIMA, Wash.-- There's still plenty of time to check out all the exhibits at the Central Washington State Fair this week.
One exhibit even includes the world's largest working Etch-A-Sketch. The "Toytopia" exhibit shows off toys past and present as well as giant versions of some well known toys.
Organizers say the show is entertaining for children and parents as well.
"Very positive, very entertaining to watch everybody come in and it's very fun to watch the parents come in with their kids and be like 'I remember this. I had this when I was a kid." and 'see this? This is what I used to play with.,'" says Organizer Kevin Magnus.
The exhibit also includes live demonstrations of all sorts of new toys. It's located in the Pioneer Hall and will stay open until the fair ends Sunday night.