From art, wood and glass makings, jewelry, food, and live music, there was something for everyone to enjoy. The event took place on Pine Street between 1st and 4th Street.
“Our city just underwent a little bit of construction down here on Pine street where we created a much more walkable space, so this is our first event to really show off all the work that we’ve done,” coordinator Nikki Petersen said.
More than 60 vendors participated in this year’s event.
If you are interested in participating next year, contact the Central Point Parks and Recreation Department for more information. You can find that information here.
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