If you’ve been to Salt Lake City’s Gallery Stroll recently, you’ll know that the Broadway Art Block (between about 150 East and 350 East) has become a vibrant and exciting part of the downtown tapestry. With galleries, bookstores, record stores, fashion boutiques, antiques, coffee shops and more, the strip of one-story retail shops remains one of the city’s last bastions for local commerce and a magnet for the curious consumer.
Those consumers include plenty of hipsters and young singles, but the retailers welcome Salt Lake’s families as well. To prove the point, this Saturday, May 31 from 11 am to 5 pm they are putting on a Children’s Fair.
Sponsored by Saans Photography, Frosty Darling, Boku Massage, Ken Sanders Rare Books, and Kayo Gallery, the Children’s Fair will feature:
~Toy Pony Rides~
~Arts and Crafts~~
~Free Portrait Sitting~
~Chair Massages for Parents
Join your neighbors at the Childrens’ Fair at 173 and 177 East Broadway, SLC on Saturday, May 31, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
For more information, call: 801-328-8827
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