Summer Sounds and Sights

. June 26, 2013.
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Rest up after the Ann Arbor Street Art Fair because the summer fun continues with the Sounds and Sights Festival just west of town in historic Chelsea, Michigan!  Join the fun at this two day, three night event kicking off Thursday, July 25 at 6pm with the food court and live music under the social tent with beer and wine for sale. The festivities continue Friday at noon until 11pm, and Saturday from 8am-11pm, with more music and other activities including sidewalk sales, an art market and demos, children's entertainment and activities, a classic car show, a farmer's market and a pet parade.  Come celebrate the sounds and sights of summer Chelsea style!  

For more info visit www.chelseafestivals.com, or call (734) 474-9178. -JT

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