The 23rd Annual Children's Fest Moves Indoors
Something new for families heading to Children's Fest this weekend.
The 23rd annual festival is moving indoors to Central Park Athletics on Grand Marais Road.
There are 40 vendors for the family-friendly event which includes bouncy castles, a pony ride, live entertainment and dog shows.
Patrick Kelly with the Rotary Children's Fest says having the event indoors helps to control one important aspect.
"It is September and it is Windsor and you wait five minutes and the weather can change. Last couple of years, we have had rain, this year it will be 84, but it is great because we have air conditioning. So if you turned your A/C off, then spend five dollars and come spend the day with us."
Kelly says it is very affordable for both days.
"The idea is we kept it affordable for families, it is $5, you can come both days, you can come on Saturday, pay your $5 to get in and come back on Sunday and all the entertainment is free of charge."
The event is on Saturday and Sunday from 10am to 5pm.
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