The En Ka Society will hold its annual street fair, “Magical Moments”
Friday, May 15th (5 – 11pm) and Saturday, May 16th (10am – 10pm).
Parade is on Saturday at 9am.
Get ready for 2 fun days of rockin’ rides, cotton candy, slushes, and big smiles – En Ka Fair is back in town! Buy a few books at the book sale tent, find something special at the flea market tables, or have lunch (lobster roll anyone?). Saturday morning you will see local organizations, who have been past grant recipients, in the parade and get to enjoy the marching bands from our local schools. Brio will be in the parade so give us a big cheer when we go by!
The En Ka Society is a volunteer non-profit organization comprised of women in Winchester. The Society’s objective is to provide aid, through volunteer services and through raising funds, for local charities, non-profit organizations and other groups that serve the people of Winchester. En Ka’s primary sources of raising funds are the annual En Ka Fair, held every May, and the En Ka Exchange, a clothing consignment store located at 1037 Main Street in Winchester. Hat’s off to this year’s fair chairs: Julie Doe and Phyllis Gleason.