Bring the whole family for this community event that has a bit of something for everyone. Every year, thousands of people attend the festival to dance to a selection of live music, spend time with their neighbors, and enjoy shopping and food from local favorites all in a great outdoor setting. Compared to the Sausalito Art Festival, the fest that was formerly known as the Caledonia Street Spring Faire is decidedly more of an intimate ordeal. The main stage will feature several bands playing throughout the course of the event and the kids aren’t left out of the fun, either – the children’s area will also have a rotating set of performers providing entertainment for them. Hope to see you there!
If You Go:
When: Sunday May 24 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Where: Caledonia Street between Johnson and Bee streets
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