After a successful comeback in 2022 following a nearly twenty-year hiatus, the Windsor Town Fair is set to make its second consecutive appearance in the village.

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From August 16-20, Klumpp Park will come alive with all the excitement and fun that the fair has to offer.

In a news release sent to Townsquare Media, Amanda Jackson, the President of the Windsor Town Fair, expressed her enthusiasm for this year's event, "When we decided to bring back the fair after almost twenty years, we made a commitment to keep growing it year after year. And in 2023, we are taking it up a notch!

To kick off the fair there will be a parade at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, August 16. Stilt performers, bagpipers, and Irish dancers will officially start the festivities.

Fairgoers can look forward to a variety of events and attractions. There will be games and carnival rides live music and delicious food and beverages. Face painting, a car show, a rodeo, and even a Power Wheels race will keep the excitement going. For the little ones, there will be pony rides and pony pulls, and the grand finale – a dazzling fireworks display

Fair organizers say that they are dedicated to creating an inclusive and welcoming event for all in attendance. To demonstrate their commitment, they’re bringing back Michael's Sensory Space, a quiet area where individuals with sensory needs can enjoy the fair at their own pace. Additionally, a breastfeeding station will be available to support nursing mothers and their babies, ensuring their comfort and convenience.

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