HCOA Street Faire offers a little something for everyone

• Summer celebration promises diverse art, entertainment and food

By Randi Somers
Homer Tribune

Almost 40 vendors have signed up to stage the Homer Council on the Arts’ annual Street Faire this Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
The annual community event includes arts, crafts, music, dance, children’s activities and plenty of flavorful food, creating an atmosphere of fun and celebration.

Ivan Wolfe

Ivan Wolfe

Festivities will be enhanced by live music all day, including performances from Shamwari Marimba, Michael Murray, Sharon Friesen Schultz with Richard Koskovich, Jesse Smith, Lee Carpenter, Richard Olson and Ivan Wolfe.
Food vendors include Red Bird Kitchen, Mama Rosa’s Tamales, Apothecary Jar, D Roasters and Ma and Pop Kettle Corn. Food offerings include Thai chicken and steak sandwiches, brats, dipped ice cream bars, pulled pork tacos, smoothies, roasted corn,  stuffed jalapeno peppers and more.
HCOA will offer a tye-dye booth as well.
The fair takes place on Hazel Avenue, directly uphill from the Bypass behind Safeway.
Parking for the event will be available on Hazel Avenue behind Safeway, as well as dedicated parking on Waddell Way, east of the Post Office.
Organizers ask that you please leave pets at home.

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