The Downtown Huntsville BIA (Business Improvement Area) held its annual Summer Sidewalk Sale and Main Street was bustling with people and bursting with excitement.
Not only was it an opportunity to get a good deal at a downtown store, but there was the opportunity to see artists and artisans at work with live demonstrations.
If you were there, maybe you saw a snake or a turtle. Or perhaps you got to see Kerry Garner’s incredible talent at remaking old, broken jewellery into something new and beautiful.
Did Allen Markle’s handmade boxes catch your eye? Or did you get an incredible deal on something you’ve wanted for a long time?
The BIA goes above and beyond to ensure the Sidewalk Sale is a hit, no matter what Mother Nature decides to do. Good food? Check. Great tunes? Check. Something for everyone? Definitely!
Hundreds of people from Muskoka and beyond fared the rainy weather under an umbrella and didn’t miss out on the sidewalk fun. Check out some of the shots captured by Doppler photographer Laura MacLean.
Kerry Garner of Recreations knows just what to do with that old, broken watch or bracelet. She will turn into something shiny and new that you can wear for years to come.
The Sidewalk Sale brings out the old and the young. There’s something there for everyone.
Chewy works the lens while his furry pals Mocha (back left) and Whiskey let him have his moment to shine.
Julian and Ava Giovinazzo get the chance to touch a snake held by wildlife expert Jon Begg.
It was all about the hula hoops for Naomi Cassie-Rapp and Brynn Stephens, thanks to the perfectly laid sod right in the middle of Main Street. Once again, the ‘green carpet’ was rolled out as part of the Green Street Challenge courtesy of volunteers and Rugged Earth Landscaping.
Burnaby the wood turtle caught the attention of many passersby.
Like so many other cute kids, Lucas Hearn had a blast playing at the Lego table.
The smile says it all! Allen Markle of Boxes and Boards is truly passionate about what he does.
Teresa Upper shows Archer (left) and Emrys Clayton one of her favourite pairs of earrings. She had a variety of awesome handmade goods for sale.
Sheri puts a lot of heart and soul into her stained-glass pieces, which were truly eye-catching.
Bracelets, knitted wash cloths, necklaces, clothes and toys… the sidewalk sale never disappoints with its selection.
Hand-turned bowls, anyone? They came in all different shapes and sizes and were the handiwork of Bob Robinson.
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