If you have ever wondered how pizza crust is made or what goes on behind the scenes at a dental office, find out at the 42nd Avenue Makers’ Fair.
From noon to 6 p.m. August 23, merchants and professionals on 42nd Avenue, in the vicinity of Northeast Alberta Street, will offer tours, classes, tastings, contests and giveaways. The local business organization also has organized a scavenger hunt that may qualify participants for prize drawings.
“As a business district, we are excited to share with our neighbors the view from the other side of the counter,” said event coordinator Myo DeMayo.
In addition to getting acquainted with staffs in shops and offices, Faire goers can enjoy live music, a beer garden and a kids’ bounce house.
The music line-up from noon to 2 p.m. will include James Clem with old-timey country and blues. From 2 to 4 p.m. the Brassroots Movement, a New Orleans stand-up brass band, will perform. From 4 to 6 p.m. Jalani and the Secret Five will perform gospel and soul music.
The participating businesses include Bob’s Rocket Pizza, Roses Ice Cream, the Old Salt Marketplace, Miss Zumstein Bakery, the Spare Room, Wilshire Dental, Morel Ink, NEPO42, Santa Domingo, Delphina’s Bakery and Woodstock Motor Sports.