The 35th Annual Bordentown Street Fair-NJ Photographer

I love that my town has a lot of family friendly and fun events. One of the largest is the Annual Street Fair. This is a full two day weekend event and I love walking through and meeting people who I know, and seeing the kids having fun making sand art, getting their faces painted and going on pony rides.

It’s held every year on the third weekend of May.

Kenny Stahley with Bacon and Vinny of the Obedient K9 Dog Training. www.obedientk9dogtraining.com

 

Jackie Lemesevski of Underground Graphics www.underground-graphics.com

 

Lindsay McClellan chatting with a customer at her Miche Bag booth. http://www.conciergeclubusa.com/

 

Shelley Nelson at the Pampered Chef booth talking to Jay Dively and his wife Vanessa Bianco-Diveley.

 

Randy Now and Chelsea Conte help a customer at Randy Now’s Man Cave tent.  http://www.mancavenj.com/

 

Andrew does his best to dunk Billy Markell of Consolidated Fire Association’s Fundraiser. http://www.consolidatedfire.org/

 

Sand Art tent in the Kid’s section on Walnut Street.

 

Itiel Figeroa and Pedro Gomez working The Beanwood Latin Bistro and Cafe booth.

 

Working  hard at The Beanwood Latin Bistro and Cafe booth.

 

Santiago Aristides owner of Under The Moon Cafe with Tiffany Kovacs. www.underthemooncafe.com

 

Free air guitars were just some of the items on sale at the Bordentown Guitar Rescue shop.

 

Mike Virok owner of the Bordentown Guitar Rescue shop.

 

Local author, Christine Dougherty signs her books for customers.  http://christinedoughertybooks.com Her genre of books are genres of horror, paranormal, and psychological thrillers.

 

The War Memorial Committee members.L-R: Bill Collom, Bruce Throckmorton,SMSGT Chris Hofrichter and Jimmy Brimer.

 

Pamela Dahl of Bordentown Therapeutic Massage and Spa helps a customer at the Wellness Center of Bordentown’s tent. www.pameladahl.massagetherapy.com

 

Kris Byrnes of Winter’s Past Farms, demonstrates how she spins hand dyed sheep’s wool from her farm into fiber that can knitted or crocheted. www.winterspastfarm.com

 

 

Mike Garibay of Phat Head Caricatures, finishes up Matthew’s, portrait. I really loved his work!

 

Doreen Hambro of Seahorse Designs, I love her stuff!
Beth Boyle and Dan Dwyer of Bristol, PA take a moment to rest and admire the Bordentown War Memorial.

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