If you enjoy fair food, crafts, art projects, more fair food, lemonade, and more, this is the week for you in St. Cloud!

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Starting this Wednesday, June 26th, Miller Concessions will be in the parking lot outside of Macy's.  This will be giving you a chance to take advantage of all sorts of cheese curds, corn dogs, and other fried fair type foods.  This stand will be set up through this coming Sunday.

PHOTO: Laura Bradshaw TSM/St Cloud
PHOTO: Laura Bradshaw TSM/St Cloud

Miller Concessions will also have a stand set up all day on Thursday for the Lemonade Art Fair which is held on the St. Cloud State University campus.  Your chance to walk around the whole campus with vendors from all over the state selling pottery, wood projects, unique foods and sauces, art projects, pottery, and just about any other craft type item you can think of. The Lemonade Art Fair, happening Thursday from 11am to 7pm, is part of Granite City Days going on this week and into the weekend with the Grand Parade happening on Saturday morning at 10am.

During the pandemic, when virtually everything was cancelled, Miller Concessions began showing up in various parking lots in and around St. Cloud giving people a chance to enjoy some of what they were missing at county fairs and other festivals that had been cancelled.  This has now become a tradition that is continuing several years later.  Even though that horrible time of closures is still very fresh in our minds.

So, whether you head to SCSU on Thursday for the Lemonade Art Fair, or if you just want a quick and easy fix of fair food, Wednesday through Sunday, there are a couple of opportunities for corn dogs, cheese curds and more!  You can follow Miller Concessions on their Facebook page.  

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