Cambridge’s yearly carnival just weeks away

May 11, 2017 by  

The 68th annual Cambridge Kin Carnival will be held later this month. With free admission and parking, this event will be fun for the whole family.

The Kin Club hosted its first carnival back in 1951. Each year, this function is its biggest fundraiser of the year. Many generous sponsors and volunteers make the event possible.

Volunteers are still needed. High school students may volunteer to set up, run the carnival and clean up after the event closes. These hours may be used to fulfill the 40 hours of community service required for a high school diploma.

Vendors are also welcome at the event, and may wish to take this opportunity to promote and sell products or services to residents of the city. Vendors may utilize printing services to create promotional products and flyers for distribution during the carnival. Interested vendors need to preregister to reserve their 10’x10’ booth.

The Kin Club has supported the community for more than 73 years. Funded through fundraising and staffed by volunteers, charitable organizations like the local food bank and Big Brothers/Big Sisters receive invaluable help each year.

This year, the carnival will be held at Riverside Park is located on 49 King Street, taking place from May 25 to May 28. Presale ride and game tickets are available through the club’s website.