It looks like this Summer will be a lot more "traditional" than the Summer of 2020. Yep, the Summer where we missed out on everything entertainment. Nothing was "normal" in 2020, no concerts or celebrating the 4th of July with your friends and family, and probably the worst thing of all was not able to visit fairs and festivals.

2021 is ALREADY better! According to the Skowhegan State Fair Facebook page, they are officially prepping and planning for the 203rd Skowhegan State Fair. There will be some changes to how some things are normally done, social distancing, capacity, etc., as the committee follows Gov. Mills' most recent reopening guidelines.

Greetings to our Fair Families, Vendors, Exhibitors, Fair Guests and Entertainers. We have been meeting and discussing...

Posted by Skowhegan State Fair on Tuesday, April 6, 2021

 

Not only do fairs and festivals bring friends, families, and whole communities together as a whole. There is something to be said about the squealing laughter of kids enjoying the rides. But also we can't forget about the wide variety of foods you can find in one place, just sayin'.


 

Windsor Fair in the Offseason

 

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