Westlake Village Rotary street fair a big hit

A DAY FULL OF ‘FUN’SHINE—Above, the Step-N-Out Band gets its groove on during the 24th annual Rotary Club of Westlake Village Community Street Festival April 22. At right, Art Trek staff Nan Young and Janice Wise cuddle up to a Conejo Cottontail bunny art piece. In addition to music, the street fair festivities included more kids’ activities, food trucks, a classic car display, special pet zone and a Battle of the Brews. Photos by JACQUELINE RODRIGUEZ/Acorn Newspapers

A DAY FULL OF ‘FUN’SHINE—Above, the Step-N-Out Band gets its groove on during the 24th annual Rotary Club of Westlake Village Community Street Festival April 22. At right, Art Trek staff Nan Young and Janice Wise cuddle up to a Conejo Cottontail bunny art piece. In addition to music, the street fair festivities included more kids’ activities, food trucks, a classic car display, special pet zone and a Battle of the Brews. Photos by JACQUELINE RODRIGUEZ/Acorn Newspapers

 

 

MACARONI KIDS—At left, all ages get into the festival fun, including Simi Valley residents Dominic Brown, 5, and Fred Brown, who make macaroni necklaces. At right, Thousand Oaks brothers 10-year-old Kaito Reynolds and 7-yearold Taisei look cool standing by one of the classic cars on display. The City of Westlake Village helped put on the festival, which has grown greatly in popularity. The number of vendors increased from 80 to 140 this year.

MACARONI KIDS—At left, all ages get into the festival fun, including Simi Valley residents Dominic Brown, 5, and Fred Brown, who make macaroni necklaces. At right, Thousand Oaks brothers 10-year-old Kaito Reynolds and 7-yearold Taisei look cool standing by one of the classic cars on display. The City of Westlake Village helped put on the festival, which has grown greatly in popularity. The number of vendors increased from 80 to 140 this year.

 

 

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