Willowtown Spring Fair a Lively Event

A few desultory raindrops weren’t enough to dampen the spirits of those who attended yesterday’s Willowtown Spring Fair (though some of these photos may be slightly blurry because one of those raindrops found your correspondent’s camera’s lens). City Council Member Stephen Levin and his Chief of Staff Ashley Thompson were on the winning tug-of-war team.

Willowtown Association President Ben Bankson greeted people arriving for the Fair.

Mona’s Hot Four provided trad jazz and swing music.

The music was hot enough to inspire dancing in the street.

Some kittens found homes, thanks to the Brooklyn Bridge Animal Welfare Coalition.

Plenty of kids were there to enjoy the bouncy castle and other attractions, and to cuddle the kittens (and beg parents to adopt them). Iris Cafe’s Takeaway sold sausage and slider sandwiches, and there were good wines to taste thanks to Waterfront Wines & Spirits

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  • lori

    Did a representative from the Bike Program show up? And, if so, how were they received?

  • Jorale-man

    Waterfront Wines is a nice addition to the area. A little bit of a hike for many Heights residents but it’s worth the extra trek. A nice selection and some affordable options.

  • http://selfabsorbedboomer.blogspot.com/ Claude Scales

    I didn’t see one there; I may have been there before they arrived.

  • Wiley E.

    Did anyone see Bee Bop?

  • lori

    Thanks, Claude.