The St. Johns Bizarre street fair takes place Saturday, May 8th from 10am to 6pm in downtown St. Johns.
2010 will officially mark The St. Johns Bizarre fourth year of creating a community forum of neighbors and friends coming together to celebrate our community. . . The Bizarre is a showcase of the unique and eclectic character of North Portland. Included is local music, street performers, a vendor’s market, sausage, pizza, a Bier Garten, kids art activities, and a close proximity to all the wonderful business located in the St. Johns town center.
The festival kicks off with a parade, featuring Mayor Sam Adams on a float! About 65 venders will be offering every kind of craft you can imagine. Live music is scheduled all day, featuring performances by Sam Densmore (Silverhawk), Michael Hurley, Lewi Longmire Band, Pierced Arrows (ex-Dead Moon), and Explode Into Colors.
And check out The Sentinel’s interview with Ian Youngstrom, the music coordinator of the Bizarre.
But most importantly, there is a Bier Garten (featuring beers from Lompoc brewery, Ninkasi, and Silver Moon), and food vendors!
More information is available at the website and facebook page.
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