It’s such a cliché, but I’ll say it anyway: There really is “something for everyone” at the Lewiston Peddlers’ Faire. The Faire is a North State staple and I would be completely negligent if I failed to name it as this week’s “Get Outta Town” feature.
I mean it – there’s something for everyone. You’ll find me there amidst the shabby chic, antiques, jewelry, junk, kettle corn, whirly gigs and Indian tacos. So, let’s all do a little dance to ward off the rain and “Get Outta Town” for one of my favorite North State events.
In case you’ve never been there, here’s a bit from the official Lewiston Peddlers’ Faire website:
A real old fashion street faire – antiques, collectible, arts & crafts, food booths, entertainment. The 22nd annual fair is located in beautiful historic Lewiston, California. Stroll along Deadwood Street in historic Lewiston as more than 100 vendors sell their wares. Enjoy award-winning local wines from Trinity County wineries. The historic town lies beneath the Trinity Alps and is bordered by Trinity and Lewiston Lakes – and of course the beautiful Trinity River runs right through it.
What: 22nd Annual Lewiston Peddlers’ Faire
When: Sat., June 4 – 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Where: Deadwood Street, Historic Lewiston
Cost: Free admission and parking
Click here for directions and details.
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Adam Mankoski enjoys experiencing and writing about the people, places and things that embody the free spirit of the State of Jefferson. He and his partner own HawkMan Studiosand are the creators of Redding’s 2nd Saturday ArtHop. Email your North State weekend events to email@example.com.
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