The Lodi Street Faire drew crowds of visitors to Downtown Lodi on Sunday to stroll down the streets and browse the booths of hundreds of vendors.
From a video game developer providing wargames set during World War II and a Lincoln woman’s handmade soaps, to sausages, pizza, Mexican food and other cuisines, the Street Faire offered a wide variety of sights and smells to visitors.
Sponsored by the Lodi District Chamber of Commerce, the Lodi Street Faire is a bi-annual event held on the first Sunday in May and the first Sunday in October.
According to the chamber’s website, the event brings more than 500 vendors to Lodi, selling antiques, crafts and more. The event also features 25 different food vendors.
The next Lodi Street Faire will be held Oct. 5.
For more information on the event, check online at www.lodichamber.com/events/street-faire or email the Chamber of Commerce at email@example.com.