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People gathered along Carroll Avenue in Takoma Park for the Annual Street Fair on October 5th to get a feel for the local area.

People gathered along Carroll Avenue in Takoma Park for the Annual Street Fair on October 5th to get a feel for the local area.1Picture by Lauren PoorMany musicians were featured at the Old Town gazebo, including performer Justin Trawick, pictured with his guitar.2Picture by Lauren PoorMirrors were set up at jewelry booths to help potential customers when trying on the handmade accessories. 3Picture by Lauren PoorStreet performers were popular at the Fair and advertised schools of their crafts. 4Picture by Lauren PoorMoon bounces and games provided entertainment for children while their parents waited outside.5Picture by Lauren PoorPeople got together to discuss a huge theme for Takoma Park, an issue of growing importance as the election draws nearer.6Picture by Lauren PoorHungry people line up to get a taste of foreign cuisine.7Picture by Lauren PoorTeams of videographers worked to document the event.8Picture by Lauren PoorFriends help each other try on jewelry made by local artists.9Picture by Lauren PoorThe Takoma Fire Department has had its own booth every year and demonstrated putting out fires as advertising.10Picture by Lauren PoorVendors sold a variety of products, mostly organic and homemade.11Picture by Lauren PoorA returning booth offered miniature metal figurines glued on to marbles necklaces and crystal balls.12Picture by Lauren PoorFolk musicians played on the sidewalk hoping for donations.13Picture by Lauren PoorArtists showcased a multitude of crafts including stained glass, wooden boxes and stones painted into animal figures. 14Picture by Lauren PoorOther performers played independent shows that gathered large groups of onlookers.15Picture by Lauren PoorTwo kids choose rings to try on in one of the booths that was dedicated mainly to tie-dyed clothing.16Picture by Lauren Poor
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