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Tecumseh Corn Festival

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The weekend before Labour Day

The Tecumseh Corn Festival has been recognized by Festivals and Events Ontario as one of the Top 50 Festivals in the province.

The festival is scheduled to go on annually during the weekend before Labour Day weekend in Lacasse Park from Thursday to Sunday. The entire weekend is a celebration of the shared heritage and community of Tecumseh, as people come together to enjoy good food and light entertainment.

Of the many things to do at the Tecumseh Corn Festival, check out the vendors for locally made art, merch, and specialty foods. The many rides of the Midway Carnival should keep the kids busy, while people of all ages can enjoy the Cream of the Crop Invitational Car Show. It is open to all registered owners of classic or muscle cars. The Miss Tecumseh Pageant is another event worth checking out on Thursday and be sure not to lose your chance to see the parade along Tecumseh road on Saturday.

There is a $5 parking fee per vehicle and a free bike valet is available. Entrance to the festival itself is free.

Photo: facebook.com/tecumsehcornfest/

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