Main Street turned into a pedestrian paradise
Rogue Valley Times staff report
The annual 52nd annual Talent Harvest Festival attracted hundreds to downtown Saturday to enjoy music, food and browsing more than 80 local art, craft and growers booths, food trucks, community art exhibitions and more.
The event kicked off with the Talent Harvest Festival 5K and 10K runs.
The free community event featured live music at Wagner Plaza, Old Town Park and the Library Commons Park performed by Phoenix Sigalove, Alice DiMicele and Andy Casad, Alquimistas, and Adam Gabriel and The Cavaliers. Live music was also offered at the Vintage Coffeehouse and Art Bop Beer Co.
Kids and their families stayed engaged with a trove of activities, entertainers and performances at the KidZone in Library Commons Park.
Additional fun was found at Wagner Plaza, where the Grotto hosted a Beer Garden with live music, and Talent Maker City welcomed people into its workshop for an open house and activities.
This story first appeared in the Rogue Valley Times.