Celebrate Golden Nuggets of Deliciousness at Windsor Corn Festival
I haven't exactly done extensive research, but in all of my years on this earth, I have yet to meet another human being who loves corn than my little boy does.
My son might only be three-years-old, but he's loved corn since he was old enough to eat solid foods. Fresh, frozen, creamed, on the cob, it doesn't matter. John shovels corn into his little mouth with some serious might. And when he eats it off the cob! There's nothing more adorable- he eats it like he's working a typewriter and when he's done, there's not even a single kernel to be found on the cob.
If you enjoy corn as much as my little guy does, you won't want to miss Windsor's Second Annual Corn Festival and Tractor Show! The fun kicks off at 12 p.m. on Saturday, August 25th at Klumpp Park.
At the Corn Festival, you'll find a little something for everyone- from corn husking to a chicken BBQ and even a corn hole tournament. There will also be activities for the kids, a history of corn, corn-related food vendors and so much more including tractors!
Admission to the Windsor Corn Festival is free, but you're encouraged to bring a canned good or two to be donated to Windsor's Human Development Food Pantry.
[via Windsor Partners]