Williamsburg’s lauded monthly street festival is set to return to city streets in April, after canceling its original opening weekend due to bad weather.
The festival, presented by Shirley Vermillion and Culture Fix, is entering its 9th year, opening on Sunday, April 8.
The opening weekend for the event was previously scheduled for March 11, but has been moved back due to chilly temperatures and rain, according to organizer Shirley Vermillion.
The event features 75 artisans, as well as live music and performing arts on every second Sunday of the month from March to December, according to Vermillion.
From pottery to photography and handmade soaps, boutique toddler clothing and more, artists and artisans bring their wares downtown for the festival.
There are children’s activities and family activities at the festival as well.