The 52nd Annual Mulberry Street Arts & Crafts Festival
The weather on the first day of the Mulberry Street Arts & Crafts Festival first appeared as if it would not be cooperating.
But then the rain stopped and the sun began to dry out puddles of rain from the pavement and soon thousands of people were walking the streets of Downtown Macon.
This year additional streets were closed down so visitors could enjoy park like settings on the downtown streets of Mulberry, Cherry, and Third without fear of oncoming traffic.
There were also many different food trucks and food/drink vendors that took part in the 52nd Annual Mulberry Street Arts & Crafts Festival this year.
Another very common sight at the festival was a wide variety of man's furry best friend as they walked through the crowds and received compliments and comments from many admiring strangers.
Unfortunately, the weather on Sunday did not cooperate at all and so the 52nd Annual Cherry Blossom Festival ended up being a one day affair this year.
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