Summer Season Kicks Off With Miranda’s First Annual Street Fair
The first annual Miranda Street Fair was open for business Tuesday afternoon. [All photos by Kym Kemp]
Yesterday, Miranda began a new tradition–its first annual street fair. The small hamlet was overflowing with antique cars, colorful vendors and crowds happy to wear their summer clothes in the warm weather.
Come along with us as we joined the fun.
The South Fork High School band played under the shade of huge umbrellas at the Avenue Cafe.
Oscar LeClair dazzled on the drums for the South Fork High School band.
A saxophone player appreciated the shade on a lovely late spring day in Miranda.
The crowd loved the car show.
Browsing the many different types of vehicles kept the car heads happy.
A mural in Miranda provided a backdrop for one of the many vintage vehicles at the car show.
A new business will be opening this summer and the owners provided a sneak peek of the inside including this piece of fish art on their bar. The family-friendly business will also be offering food.
The new owners posed in front of a painting of salmon they had commissioned to be created on wood that was removed during remodeling.
Flowers, vegetables, and crafts lined the street of the Tuesday Farmers market which was included in the street fair.
Vendors and businesses at the Miranda Street Fair sold goods but gave away for free summer smiles to any who cared to take them home.