The Town of Windsor is Inviting You to Their Epic Bicentennial Celebration, July 16th
Looking for something wicked-fun to do this summer? How about something wicked-fun and free?
In that case, we think you should check out the town of Windsor's Bicentennial Celebration happening on Saturday, July 16th at the historic Windsor Fairgrounds.
Though there will be some buy-in style events and food for sale, most all the events are completely free and open to the public.
The celebration kicks off at 7 am with a delicious pancake breakfast powered by Windsor Christian Fellowship.
After that, it's on to the antique car show from 9-12 noon. Running concurrently with that will be the 3-legged race, spoon run, women's frying pan toss, cupcake walk, face painting, and more!
Additionally, there will be the sawdust hunt, BINGO, carriage rides and more. Plus, the Windsor fair museum buildings will be open, too!
The evening culminates with a bean supper, a street dance and movie by DJ Brando, and a spectacular fireworks display at 9:30.
So make plans now to get out and enjoy all that summertime has to offer in the great state of Maine with the epic Windsor Bicentennial Celebration.
And, if you've never been before, it's a great way to familiarize yourself with the layout of this historic Windsor Fairgrounds. That way, when the fair opens at the end of summer, you'll be able to walk right in and know exactly where some of the buildings you want to check out are.
The town of Windsor would like to thank all of the wonderful sponsors who are helping to make the Bicentennial Celebration a reality. Those sponsors are proudly listed on the flyer above.