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Guaranteed fun at Morgan Junction Community Festival!

Guaranteed fun at Morgan Junction Community Festival!

Looking for some summer fun on a budget? If you’ve never been to the annual Morgan Junction Community Festival, you owe it to yourself to go and check it out. It’s so intimate they don’t even block off the street traffic!

This is the 13th year for the Morgan Junction Community Festival produced by the Morgan Community Association (MoCA). It will be celebrated on Saturday, June 16th, starting at 10:00 am and ending at 4:00 pm. That’s right! Just one, short, summer afternoon to enjoy this “little festival that could.”

The festival is family-friendly, but has something for everyone. Check out the local vendor booths which include some unusual products and services. These are folks you’ll want to support.

This year’s festival will feature live music, kid’s entertainment and activities, commercial vendor and community informational booths, and food vendors.  The festival takes place in and around Morgan Junction Park, with the apex at California Avenue SW and SW Fauntleroy.

Visit their website for a schedule of activities for the day.

Morgan Junction Festival poster

2012 Westwood Village Street Fair

2012 Westwood Village Street Fair

As I said in a previous post, summer in Seattle brings a bouquet of street festivals, and West Seattle certainly has its share.

The first one (that I know of), Westwood Village Street Fair, is slated for Saturday, June 16th from 10A-7P at Westwood Village on SW Barton between 29th Ave SW and 29th Ave SW.

The locally infamous and multi-talented, Cynthia Reid, is doing a fantastic job of organizing the event, having lined up some great entertainment, vendor booths and family activities.

So mark your calendar now and plan to attend this fun and funky local festival.

Westwood Village Street Fair