This year, the annual Wyandotte Street Art Fair is turning 56, and everyone is invited out to celebrate its anniversary July 12-15, 2017 along Biddle Avenue.
Expect to see 250 artists representing a wide range of art forms and mediums, from leather goods to paintings and pottery. Stroll around, enjoy browsing the art – and maybe purchase something to take home!
There are also more than 20 different food vendors for you to choose from, so there are a variety of options for your family’s lunch.
And there is a plethora of family friendly activities, too. In addition to the the art at the fair, there are plenty of daily activities for kids at First and Elm streets including puppet and stage performances, and crafts.
Moms and dads have and entertainment area, too. Find it in the parking lot near Bishop Park, to enjoy a beer and some live music at the Riverfront Stage during the day and night.
Admission to the art fair is free, and it’s open each day 10 a.m.-9 p.m. along Biddle Avenue between Eureka and Oak streets. The entertainment area is open noon-11 p.m.
Be sure to visit the Metro Parent calendar to get all the essential details you need about the 2017 Wyandotte Street Art Fair.
This post was originally published in 2016 and has been updated for 2017.