The En Ka Fair is a fun May Tradition in downtown Winchester. En Ka Society Members and volunteers work along side each other at the fair. Fun games, rides for all ages, the book tent, home baked goods and lobster rolls, make the fair the highlight of May. In this short film, Members talk about the past fairs and what goes into having this event.
The En Ka Society is a volunteer organization comprised of more than 200 women in Winchester. En Ka annually provides thousands of “woman hours” to Winchester non-profit organizations. Each En Ka member supports the efforts of the En Ka Exchange, a clothing consignment store located at 1037 Main Street in Winchester, and the En Ka Fair.
Through each En Ka member’s individual and combined efforts, the Society distributes grants every year to more than 40 charities, youth, civic and non-profit organizations that impact the lives of Winchester residents. , Also participate in other civic and social service activities, such as delivering Meals on Wheels and providing daily snacks for the residents at the ABC House.
produced by Brio Productions of Brio Integrated Theatre
an all abilities production