Check out Working Bikes on Saturday, June 15 from 1-7pm at Above the Pavement: A City Fair. Above the Pavement is a one day mini festival, and part of Version 13, an annual festival highlighting projects and people that engage public interest and promote the cultural use of public space.
Above the Pavement will take place in Bridgeport during the day from 1pm – 7pm-ish at the intersection of 31st and Morgan Street, in the Maria’s Packaged Goods & Community Bar and Pleasant House Bakery complex. Admission is FREE. Imagine a boutique flea market with good food meeting a county fair without rides and throw in some live music and community building. Members of the Small Manufacturing Alliance (SMAll) will be vending their wares and local chefs will be serving food from both Pleasant House and Maria’s.
Participants include: Blue Cabbage Designs, Bonnie, CALM, Cheshire Kat, Civic Goods Company, Cubivino, Debbie Carlos, Debra Vaccaro, Elixir of Love Fine Confectionery, Emily Schroeder Willis, Envision Arts, Fourth is King, Hello Sleepywhale, Katherine-Anne Confections, Kevin Riordan, King Onye, Laura Lombardi Jewelry, Legacy Frameworks, Megan Pryce, Morgan Martinson, Mr Sapnkys, Nick Paul, Paul Crisanti Jewelry, Pear Tree Preserves, Pleasant House Bakery, Pubic Media Institute, Puffs of Doom, Red Belly Studio, Ricki Hill Design, Ruth and Phil’s Ice Cream, Shift / Tania Rodamilans, Squasht by Les, Stu’s Kitchen, The Plant / Alewyfe Apothecary, The Wool Dispensary, Working Bikes + others
The Above The Pavement After Party is to follow, from 8pm-1am in the Co-Prosperity Sphere at 3219 S Morgan Street. Admission: $5 suggested donation.
For more information, check out the Above the Pavement webpage.