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Annual Eastown Streetfair to kick off Saturday

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Celebrate Summer, welcome fall and experience Eastown at the 41st annual Streetfair on Saturday, September 13 from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Hula troupe at 2013 Street Fair

Hula troupe at 2013 Street Fair /Eric Tank

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B-boy competition at 2013 Street Fair

B-boy competition at 2013 Street Fair /Eric Tank

The Eastown Community Association and Eastown Business Association are hosting the 41st Annual Eastown Streetfair on Saturday, September 13 from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. This outdoor festival will take place along Wealthy Street between Giddings Avenue and Lake Drive and the first few blocks of Ethel Avenue.

Join the Eastown community for an all-day family-friendly celebration of arts, crafts, food, music and the Eastown neighborhood. The 41st edition of Streetfair will have 16 musical performances, dozens of children’s activities and approximately 100 booths featuring some of Michigan’s finest artists, craftspeople, businesses and nonprofit organizations- all free! 

Bands will perform on two stages: the outdoor Main Stage located in the Hub Lot on Wealthy Street and the second stage located inside of local hotspot Billy’s Lounge. Attendees will have the chance to sample delicious fare from local restaurants and vendors, including Terra GR Restaurant, Eastown Café, Love’s Ice Cream, Sandmann’s, What the Truck, Chez Olga and more.

The Eastown Community Association and the Eastown Business Association invite residents and visitors to celebrate the end of summer and welcome fall at this highly anticipated event. This event is free and open to the public.

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