Expect more diverse food options, hand-made craft selections as well games the whole family can play.For the younger family member, the popular inflatable park at ‘Kiddie City’ will be back again this year. All with the sole purpose of bringing unity to the community in a fun, hometown and old-fashioned way.
The day’s activities will begin with the parade at 10 a.m. led by the Grand Marshall - the Cub Scout Troup 805. From there, one can explore all the Summerfest has to offer. At 11:30 the main stage entertainment will begin with a legislative welcome and hometown hero award which will be presented to Nolan Cyr. At noon, musical entertainment will begin with performances by five local and popular bands – ending with the band of Windham High School teachers, “Cousin Itt” – with the one and only musical extraordinaire, Dr. Rick Nickerson.
As always, the Summerfest will include the Duane Clark Memorial Car show and will end with a bang as a beautiful array of fireworks will begin at 9:35 p.m.
And, don’t forget – those of you who enjoy a morning run, walk – or roll can sign up for the Toby Pennels Memorial 5K and 1-mile run. The race will start at 7:45 a.m. To register or donate: www.runinarace.rezdy.com/104722/tobys-dream-5k-and-1-mile-race.
Last, but not least, the Windham Summerfest would not be possible without the hard work and efforts of the Summerfest committee. “I want to thank all the committee members for their dedication - making the Summerfest an event for the whole family,” Windham Parks and Recreation Director, Linda Brooks said. “I wish to give a special thanks to co-chairs Deb Matthews and Robin Mullins.”
So, put on your dancing (or running) shoes and come rock and roll with the town. For more information visit them on Facebook or the website at windhamsummerfest.com <