Town Day 2021 is Saturday, September 18
Photo Album

Town Day 25th Anniversary Fireworks — June 4, 2006

Winchester Town Day — June 2-3, 2000
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The Band played on! Despite thunderstorms, the Friday night band , sponsored by Northmark Bank, played for several hours inside the fire station for a handful of die-hard revelers.
Saturday was as beautiful as Friday night was miserable. At 9AM, the crowds begin to collect on Main Street
Early morning activity on Mt. Vernon St.
On the Winchester Savings Bank sponsored trolley, Ellen Knight of the Winchester Historical Society gives the "Houses of the Stars" tour.
Long lines were the norm for the ever-popular pony rides on the Common, sponsored by Citizens Bank.
For the 2nd year, the Winchester Cooperative Bank sponsored the petting zoo on the Common.
Kidstock Theatre created many activities on the Common to keep yound minds occupied and active.
As midday approached, the crowds at the Kid's Fair on the Common grew and grew.
The Chamber of Commerce Barbeque kept very busy feeding the Kid's Fair attendees.
Young (and older) minds took the Chess Club's challenge at a quieter corner.
Main Street at midday was "standing room only".... was Thompson St.
Town Day Co-Chair Mary Johnson (L) and Committee Member Maria Farber show off the new design on the Town Day adult T-Shirt.
Henry Tingley shows off his award-winning design for the new Town Day children's T-Shirt
For the second year, the volunteers from the Winchester DPW showed off some of the department's heavy equipment.
Meanwhile, over on the Mill Pond Stage, young and old alike were kept entertained by a variety of acts all through the afternoon.
Corralling the rubber duckies for the Winchester Youth Softball's annual race proved to be a challenge due to the changing winds.
Those lucky folks who bought their tickets early for the Town Day Picnic were treated to a sumptuous feast of shrimp, swordfish, sirloin and strawberry shortcake.
Over the course of an hour and a half, the tables beside the Town Hall were filled as the Picnic participants ate their fill.
As evening fell, the WHS Octets--the first of several concerts--filled the library lawn with music.
What better way to finish off a wonderful Town Day than with the tradition of spectacular fireworks exploding over the center!

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