Court Square Street Fair


After having a flower painted on her face by Michael Ray, Tymira Brunson enjoys the artwork in the mirror. Ray, a teacher at Clinton High School was joined by other members of the Art Club.


Sophia and Sawyer Slaughter enjoy petting a miniature horse. Also pictured is Sampson County 4-H leader Ann Wicke.


At Sampson County History Museum’s Craft Demonstration Day, Brenda and Bryan Mandujano make paintings under the guidance of Joan Carr.


An ensemble of youths perform during the Court Square Street Fair.


Hector Munoz takes a selfie at the Ol’ Lightning Rods Antique Car Show.


Richard Riggs of Black Lace Flutes, LLC plays for the crowd.


With a Friday performance, Spare Change kicks off the Annual Court Square Street Fair in downtown.


Festival goers enjoy a horse and carriage ride through downtown.


After having a flower painted on her face by Michael Ray, Tymira Brunson enjoys the artwork in the mirror. Ray, a teacher at Clinton High School was joined by other members of the Art Club.

Sophia and Sawyer Slaughter enjoy petting a miniature horse. Also pictured is Sampson County 4-H leader Ann Wicke.

At Sampson County History Museum’s Craft Demonstration Day, Brenda and Bryan Mandujano make paintings under the guidance of Joan Carr.

An ensemble of youths perform during the Court Square Street Fair.

Hector Munoz takes a selfie at the Ol’ Lightning Rods Antique Car Show.

Richard Riggs of Black Lace Flutes, LLC plays for the crowd.

With a Friday performance, Spare Change kicks off the Annual Court Square Street Fair in downtown.

Festival goers enjoy a horse and carriage ride through downtown.

After having a flower painted on her face by Michael Ray, Tymira Brunson enjoys the artwork in the mirror. Ray, a teacher at Clinton High School was joined by other members of the Art Club.
http://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/web1_FairPhotos_1.jpgAfter having a flower painted on her face by Michael Ray, Tymira Brunson enjoys the artwork in the mirror. Ray, a teacher at Clinton High School was joined by other members of the Art Club.

Sophia and Sawyer Slaughter enjoy petting a miniature horse. Also pictured is Sampson County 4-H leader Ann Wicke.
http://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/web1_FairPhotos_2.jpgSophia and Sawyer Slaughter enjoy petting a miniature horse. Also pictured is Sampson County 4-H leader Ann Wicke.

At Sampson County History Museum’s Craft Demonstration Day, Brenda and Bryan Mandujano make paintings under the guidance of Joan Carr.
http://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/web1_FairPhotos_3.jpgAt Sampson County History Museum’s Craft Demonstration Day, Brenda and Bryan Mandujano make paintings under the guidance of Joan Carr.

An ensemble of youths perform during the Court Square Street Fair.
http://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/web1_FairPhotos_7.jpgAn ensemble of youths perform during the Court Square Street Fair.

Hector Munoz takes a selfie at the Ol’ Lightning Rods Antique Car Show.
http://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/web1_FairPhotos_4.jpgHector Munoz takes a selfie at the Ol’ Lightning Rods Antique Car Show.

Richard Riggs of Black Lace Flutes, LLC plays for the crowd.
http://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/web1_Fair-Photos_5.jpgRichard Riggs of Black Lace Flutes, LLC plays for the crowd.

With a Friday performance, Spare Change kicks off the Annual Court Square Street Fair in downtown.
http://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/web1_FairPhotos_6.jpgWith a Friday performance, Spare Change kicks off the Annual Court Square Street Fair in downtown.

Festival goers enjoy a horse and carriage ride through downtown.
http://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/web1_FairPhotos_8.jpgFestival goers enjoy a horse and carriage ride through downtown.
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