Street party

People were packed onto Bay and Algoma streets on Saturday for the sixth annual Buskers Festival.

More than 40 musicians and artists are set to perform during the two-day festival and craft and food vendors lined the two downtown streets.

Paityn Merideth, 8, came to the festival with her sisters Brynn, 6, Haedynn, 4, and their grandfather.

The two younger sisters got their faces painted and all three were enjoying ice cream in the hot weather.

One of their favourite performers at the festival was Winnipeg’s Cody Creed, who was painted silver and standing as if he were a statue on the corner of Bay and Algoma streets.

See the full story in the print and digital editions of The Chronicle-Journal

People were packed onto Bay and Algoma streets on Saturday for the sixth annual Buskers Festival.

More than 40 musicians and artists are set to perform during the two-day festival and craft and food vendors lined the two downtown streets.

Paityn Merideth, 8, came to the festival with her sisters Brynn, 6, Haedynn, 4, and their grandfather.

The two younger sisters got their faces painted and all three were enjoying ice cream in the hot weather.

One of their favourite performers at the festival was Winnipeg’s Cody Creed, who was painted silver and standing as if he were a statue on the corner of Bay and Algoma streets.

See the full story in the print and digital editions of The Chronicle-Journal

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