Come out to Montclair’s May Fair on May 21!
The Nishuane School’s annual Montclair “May Fair” will be taking place on Saturday, May 21 at 32 Cedar Ave. Sponsored by Nishuane PTA, the festival is back and will be featuring fun rides, carnival games, arts and crafts available for all ages, music and mouth-watering food. The rain or shine event will be held from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m and will be open to the community members of all ages. There is a $10 entry fee.
The fair will be a fun-filled day packed with delicious food prepared by local businesses and restaurants, inflatable obstacle course rides and games, live musical performances by local bands and performers and even a raffle basket donated by the children’s classrooms at Nishuane School.
Nishuane School, which is a part of the Montclair Public Schools, is the Montclair district’s kindergarten through second grade “Gifted & Talented Magnet School” which is “dedicated to identifying and nurturing the gifts and talents of our young learners.”
The Nishuane School is looking for volunteers interested in working at the upcoming May Fair. They are looking for people interested in helping with decorating, balloon pick-up, table set-up, art and crafts set-up, food ticket sales, beverage sales, arts and crafts supervision and more! If you are interested in helping out, visit www.signupgenius.com/go/20f0a49afab2ca0fb6-mayfair.
“I always bring my family to the May Fair because it’s such a great environment for them to involved in,” said Montclair resident Leslie Holts. “It’s sort of a tradition we’ve had to come here every year and I can’t see the tradition ending.”
The May Fair is a part of the May In Montclair calendar, which “is a celebration of the physical beauty and the indomitable community spirit of Montclair.” May In Montclair is a month-long array of garden tours, fairs, markets, art shows, concerts and other events planned throughout the month of May for the community of Montclair to enjoy.
“I’ve been living here for over 10 years now and I’ve never loved a town more than this one,” said Montclair resident, Yvette Mangers. “The people, the places, the events and everything that this town has going on is like no other.”
If you are interested in attending the May Fair or learning more information, visit mayinmontclair.org/index.htm and search for “May Fair” in the calendar. The May Fair is taking place on Saturday, May 21, rain or shine and is $10 for entry.