On the second Saturday of each month, from April to October, our downtown area has a Street Fair.
Vendors from surrounding counties set up booths and display their wares in Fountain Square Park.
The Amish baskets are fine works of art.
This tiger was quite popular, for $2 you could stand beside it and have your picture made. The blow ups are always popular with the kids too.
I thought some of the stained glass items were very pretty. The lady with the balloons on her head was promoting her husband's balloon business.
Some kids used the sidewalk for a game of marbles.
There was several tents with jewelry for sale. This particular vendor also had shopping baskets for sale.
At this table you could paint plaster animals. The little girl was sure enjoying her painting, she was talking a mile a minute as she painted.
At one end of the park there is a tent set up for the entertainers. This is on the bands playing today. They were playing old rock and folk songs.
If you needed yard furniture, it was there too. Across the street from the park is a apartment building for the elderly. A few of them love to bake and on warm days they set up their table and sale their baked goods. Several time I have bought their goodies. They take turns manning the table. When I arrived there was a woman selling the items, but as I was leaving she had been replaced by this gentleman.
As I was going to my car, I saw the rod iron fence was leaving its
shadow on the sidewalk. Being a shadow seeker, I had to walk over and take a picture.
It was a wonderful day for the Street Fair, not too hot, not too cold. It was a bit windy, but still a very nice day.
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