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Ceres Street Faire this weekend
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Sunny but cooler skies are expected for this weekend's 20th annual Ceres Street Faire in downtown Ceres.

The weekend long event will be kicked off at 10 a.m. with a Saturday car show on Fourth Street between Magnolia and North streets. The event includes the staple activities Faire goers have come to know: arts & crafts booths, commercial booths, food booth vendors operated by non-profit Ceres groups, local entertainment, an antique engine display, and fun things for kids to do in the park.

The traditional parade will not take place this year.

Healing Nations will host the annual Strawberry Breakfast & Raffle on Saturday from 7 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. in the Ceres High School cafeteria, 2320 Central Ave. Tickets are $5 per adult or $3 for children aged 3-10, and will also be available at the door.

The Courier has produced a special section in this edition chocked full of details about the annual celebration.

The Ceres Lions Club and Ceres Chamber of Commerce members founded the Ceres Street Faire in October 1988. The event was previously offered as the Peach Harvest Festival from Smyrna Park to downtown Ceres.

For information, contact the Chamber at 537-2601.