CLaroL the Clown makes balloon animal for childWindsor’s own CLaroL the Clown will headline a number of entertainers taking to the stage during Children’s Fest this weekend.

Contest winner headed to Children’s Fest

Chris Knack must have watched a lot of television as a kid. An IT consultant in the Leddy Library, he put that wasted youth to good use, parlaying knowledge of classic commercials into victory in Monday’s DailyNews contest.

Knack’s entry was drawn from all those which correctly completed the advertising slogans: You’re in good hands with Allstate; Choosy mothers choose Jif; Maxwell House is good to the last drop; Pepsi is the choice of a new generation; and Secret is strong enough for a man, but made for a woman.

He will receive three tickets to Children’s Fest courtesy of Rotary Club of Windsor 1918. Running September 20 and 21 in Derwent Park, located behind the Safety Village at 7911 Forest Glade Drive, the family-friendly event is a benefit for local charities. It promises stage shows, special activities and child-focused vendors.

Admission is $5 at the door, free for children under two years old. Advance tickets are available for $4 until Friday, September 19, at the International Students Centre on the second floor of Laurier Hall.