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The Sage Publication is the student news site of Sage Creek High School in Carlsbad, CA

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The Sage Publication is the student news site of Sage Creek High School in Carlsbad, CA

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Craft Meets Community at the Carlsbad Village Street Faire

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  • Crowds flee towards the Carlsbad Village Street Faire on May 1. The faire displays were spread all around the village, closing six main streets and alleys.

  • Hawaiian surfboards and apparel for sale at the corner of Roosevelt St. Hawaiian dresses and decoration drew the attention of customers.

  • The Carlsbad Chamber of Commerce sells merchandise and is readily available to questions. The Carlsbad Chamber hosted the street faire.

  • A vibrant metallic fountain glistens in the sun. Displays offered beautiful art for sale.

  • Intricate dreamcatchers hang above a clothing stand. Sellers brought handmade, rare items to Carlsbad at modest prices.

  • A band of children take the stage. Audiences applauded the young musicians who performed songs by bands like Nirvana.

  • Delicate necklaces with pendants made of resin and real flowers for sale. The faire had tons of unique jewelry to offer.

  • Food stands draw in large crowds. From strawberry kabobs to olive oil samplings, the faire offered diverse experiences.

  • Bamby‚Äôs Flowers presents beautiful arrangements in front of their business on State St. The vibrant colors and assortments brought spring to the faire.

  • Children play in inflatable bouncers and playgrounds. An entire parking lot was filled with fun for the youth.

  • Music lovers peruse the records at Old School Records. The vintage records ranged in classics like Frank Sinatra and Air Supply.

  • People explore the numerous opportunities that await at each stand. The sunny day made for an even larger attendance.

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