PRINCETON — Princeton’s annual Celebrate Princeton Street Fair event is set to thrill people of all ages on Saturday, June 8, from 10 — 5 in Princeton’s Grassroots District on Mercer Street.

Guests can browse through a plethora of vendors, listen to live music, watch performers, and enjoy the creative atmosphere. Vendors items for sale include but aren’t limited to essential oils, massages, art, crafts, kettle corn, and many more. Of the events to come they include bounce houses, put-put golf, a Ferris wheel, waterslides, a maze, a car show, and many more.

 Organizer, Lori McKinney said in a release, “It’s an exciting time in our downtown and we love to open the doors to the community to come out and explore, discover and celebrate the new light on Mercer Street.”

Visitors will also have the opportunity to experience special activities from the many businesses throughout the district. Of the special activities, Bucha Brewhouse and Bistro will have outdoor seating as well as a special menu, Stages Music School will be showcasing student performances near the fountain, live music at The Sophisticated Hound for their one year anniversary, outdoor painting with Let Your Art Shine, as well as outdoor events with Hammer and Stain.

Musical performances include The Judy Chops, After Jack and The One Voice Project, Long Point String Band, Ashleigh Surface and many more.

Performances by LLynium entertainment will showcase live music, a magic show, a flea circus, and acts by the Imagine Circus. Imagine Circus, of Raleigh, North Carolina, will have two sperate trapeze performances will take place as well as aerial skill performances and Lyra in front of the Renaissance Theatre. Stilt walkers will also be in attendance.

“Events like Celebrate Princeton are important because they bring us together to share in a joyous experience as a community; as we laugh, dance and play together, we can forget about the chaos of the world around us. The street fair is also a great opportunity to showcase and highlight all the wonderful local businesses and talent we are lucky to have in our area,” McKinney said in the release.

Admission to the event is free of charge while all food and items by vendors will be for sale. For more information visit or call at 304-320-8833.

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