Wednesday, July 13, 2011

Temescal Street Fair

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This year's Temescal Street Fair was originally scheduled for June, but unusually late storms forced rescheduling it to July. It didn't seem to suffer for the delay -- there was a huge turnout.

There were lots of food vendors, art booths, and activities for kids. There were two music stages, Capoeira dancers, a climbing rock, and rides for kids at the south end. Local shops were taking advantage of the extra foot traffic. Bakesale Betty's is normally closed on Sundays, but had all their signature ironing board tables out. The alleyway off 49th was getting some extra love. Crimson was open, and sneak peeks were available of soon-to-open Temescal Alley Barbershop.

Lots more photos:
Temescal Street Fair

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