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En Ka Fair rolls into town, first trucks arrive on Skillings Road

It's En Ka Fair time, as the first trucks roll into Winchester. WINCHESTER NEWS STAFF PHOTO/PETER CASEY

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You may have noticed during the weekend two trucks parked along Skillings Road near the Jenks Center, and a food trailer pulled into the Town Hall lot late Sunday afternoon. 

The town manager’s May 7 email newsletter outlined the street closures impacted by En Ka Fair, which runs Friday and Saturday, May 17 and 18.

Skillings Road is filling up with trucks for the En Ka Fair this coming weekend, May 17 and 18. WINCHESTER NEWS STAFF PHOTO/PETER CASEY

The municipal side of the Jenks parking lot will be closed on Sunday, May 12. The Jenks side of the lot closes at 5 p.m. on May 14. Only patrons of the Jenks Center can park in the spots designated for the Jenks Center.

The following is a list of the road closures for the fair:

• Skillings Road, from the entrance to the high school to the 5-way intersection at Mt. Vernon and Washington, will be closed at 9 a.m. on Wednesday, May 15. 

• Skillings Road, from the 5-way intersection to the entrance of the high school, will be closed on Thursday, May 16 at 9 a.m.

One of the food trucks arrives in Winchester for the En Ka Fair. WINCHESTER NEWS STAFF PHOTO/PETER CASEY

• Mt. Vernon Street will be closed, from the rotary to the 5-way intersection, on Thursday, May 19, at 6 p.m. En Ka will be allowed to set up tents and rides from the Mt. Vernon Street Bridge to the 5-way intersection only.

Please expect delays when driving through town.

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