4 Saturday / September 4, 2021

Fourth Street Festival of the Arts and Crafts

10:00 am to 06:00 pm
Downtown Bloomington, IN
https://www.4thstreet.org

The annual Labor Day Weekend show is back! Following the most current CDC guidelines, Fourth Street is proud to return to this cherished tradition. Locally organized by Bloomington Artists and art lovers, the festival will host artisans from across the country who will offer their work to the public. This year’s festival will be smaller for the safety of our community and the artists. Though as a cornerstone of Bloomington, it will continue to promise beautiful and engaging art for all. For more information, or to volunteer visit https://www.4thstreet.org. 
Located on 4th Street between Indiana Avenue and Grant Street, Bloomington, IN 
Saturday September 4, 2021 10am-6pm
Sunday September 5, 2021 10am-5pm

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5 Sunday / September 5, 2021

Fourth Street Festival of the Arts and Crafts

10:00 am to 05:00 pm
Downtown Bloomington, IN
https://www.4thstreet.org

The annual Labor Day Weekend show is back! Following the most current CDC guidelines, Fourth Street is proud to return to this cherished tradition. Locally organized by Bloomington Artists and art lovers, the festival will host artisans from across the country who will offer their work to the public. This year’s festival will be smaller for the safety of our community and the artists. Though as a cornerstone of Bloomington, it will continue to promise beautiful and engaging art for all. For more information, or to volunteer visit https://www.4thstreet.org. 
Located on 4th Street between Indiana Avenue and Grant Street, Bloomington, IN 
Saturday September 4, 2021 10am-6pm
Sunday September 5, 2021 10am-5pm

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