Lewisboro's Carnival is Coming to Town

SOUTH SALEM – One of the area’s longest running traditions kicks off this week when the South Salem Fire Department’s annual carnival opens its gates on Tuesday.

The carnival runs Tuesday, July 12, through Saturday, July 16.  It will be held on the grounds of the firehouse on Route 35 with plenty of parking available.

The parade will be held on Wednesday, July 13. It will travel along Route 35 from Spring Street to the South Salem firehouse. Parade participants include the various town fire departments from Lewisboro, as well those from surrounding communities.

The carnival, which dates back to 1939, will feature rides for kids of all ages, including classics such as a Ferris wheel and bumper cars, as well as games and plenty of food concessions.

Starting times for the event are 6 p.m. Tuesday through Friday and 5 p.m. on Saturday.

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