The Cherokee Triangle - given historic recognition in 1972 - filled its streets and lawns with this year’s 41st annual art fair. With great weather and our fantastic neighbors the fair was full of families and groups of friends with a good time seemingly had by all. Besides socializing, the displays of goods from local artist and designers were amazing. I fell in love with one craftsman’s leather accessories and could not leave her tent empty handed. I love any occasion that brings our diverse community together, especially one supporting our homegrown creative talents!
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