University Street Fair

Now celebrating its 47th consecutive year, the U District StreetFair is the longest running festival of its kind in the nation.
 In 1970, community leaders established the StreetFair to heal our community after protests, street riots, and violence disrupted the community. Originally a blanket-vending event with lots of free live music, the U District StreetFair has developed into a regional event that features products that are hand-made by individual artists and craftsmen in the USA. In celebration of the international flavor of our community, we invite food vendors to participate along with our many local restaurants to supply an around-the-world food experience.
The Knocks Harrington @ Moksha 

The Knocks Harrington think tank will be presenting a seminar on climate change solutions.

You don’t want to miss out on this exciting opportunity to learn more about taking advantage of today’s dynamic climate.

“Mosaic Skulls” by Dean Summers @ Gargoyles Statuary

Please join us for a beautiful & extraordinary showing of gemstone embellished animal skulls. Dean uses a wide variety of crystals, some very rare, to encrust the timeless organic forms of many different skulls creating a magical and sublime art form! There will be all kinds of amazing and unusual specimens! Wine & cheese and other goodies to boot!

Also join us all weekend ~ May 21 & 22nd for the 47th Annual U District Street Fair! We will be celebrating with a live sculpting demo all weekend with local artist Ken Hinch!

Singer/Songwriter Showcase @ Cafe Allegro

2016 Street Fair Weekend is going to be a blast! Eric Apoe has put together an awesome weekend of music.

Categories: UncategorizedPublished On: May 19, 2016