Official Press Release
ORLANDO, FL -- The accomplished Henry Winkler, best known for his role as
"Fonzie" from the hit television series Happy Days, will be appearing in
Orlando April 21&22. Winkler will be promoting the newest children"s book
in his Hank Zipzer series at FX Lite, a new attraction this year at the
Central Florida Fair. FX Lite will be a smaller version of the
ever-popular Florida Extravaganza, an 18-year running pop culture
convention in January. FX Lite hosts 7 spotlight shows in 11 days, April
19-29. Included are a Festival O" Horror, Sci-Fi and Fantasy Fair, GI Joe
/ Doll & Bear Show, Sports Memorabilia Show, Rock n" Roll & Record Show,
Comic-con, and a Toy & Collectible Show.
Henry Winkler will give an up-close reading from his new children"s book:
On April 21st at 10:30am, 35 lucky children will join Winkler on the main
stage at the Central Florida Fair for a special reading from his newest
addition to the Hank Zipzer series.
Henry Winkler book signing: Winkler will be appearing at the FX Lite
attraction on both Saturday April 21st and Sunday April 22nd at the
Central Florida Fair. Fans can meet him in person, and get a signed copy
of his latest Hank Zipzer book, (due to release May 2nd) for $15.00.
More celebrities will appear at FX Lite: In addition to icon Henry
Winkler, FX Lite brings several other stars to the Central Florida Fair,
including: Santiago Cabrera, Noah Gray-Cabey and James Kyson Lee from
NBC"s new hit series Heroes, Oliver and James Phelps (Harry Potter), Gary
Coleman (Different Strokes), Erik Estrada (ChiPs), stars from season one
of Stan Lee"s "Who Wants to be a Superhero," and horror stars from
Halloween Resurrection and Freddy vs. Jason. For information on which days
the stars will appear visit FX Lite"s website at
http://www.fxshow.com/guests.htm. Interviews with some of the celebrities
may be arranged by calling Mike Herz at 407-342-2849.
The Central Florida Fair has a lot to offer with 100 rides and
attractions, dozens of free shows, competitions, demonstrations, food
arts, creative arts, horticulture displays, and a livestock complex with
hundreds of animals on display. Advance admission to the fair is just $5
for adults, and $2 per child ages 6-10. Please see
http://www.centralfloridafair.com/fair/tickets.php for ticket sales,
directions and all other general information.