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This year's 4th Avenue Street Fair promises to be as big and bold as the years before with more than 400 street vendors taking over the art centre of the city, Fourth Avenue, this weekend Dec. 11, 12 and 13. Enjoy street musicians and a main stage full of local talent, street performers, and even a free art pavilion for the kids. The fair has all types of one-of-a-kind art for sale from dozens of artists, as well as live demonstrations and face painting. Also, check out the grand opening of Ecdysis, a new burlesque workshop opening (228 N. Fourth Ave.) with performances and free workshops all weekend long. Visit fourthavenue.org for more information.


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