The Sayner-Star Lake Street Fair is scheduled to kick off on Sunday, Aug. 7, at 10 a.m. in downtown Sayner.

This year’s street fair will feature live music, food, craft and art items and much more.

“This is the event’s seventh year, and with the wonderful entertainment and vendors we have scheduled, we believe this year’s fair will be our most successful to date,” said Jessica Drallmeier, event coordinator and president of the Sayner-Star Lake Chamber of Commerce.

Kicking off the day’s entertainment will be Rebel Jane, a four-piece band scheduled to take the stage from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. Refuse to Rust will follow beginning at 2 p.m. and will perform today’s hottest country-rock hits.

An arts & crafts show will line up along Sayner’s Main Street on Highway 155, from Carl Eliason Street to the corner of Highway N, where artists and vendors will offer their wares for sale.

Adding to the excitement of the day will be a quilt show, children’s activities, games and Touch-A-Truck, organized by the Plum Lake EMS.

“Touch-A-Truck, which allows children hands-on interaction with huge, over-the-road vehicles and has been so popular, the Plum Lake EMS is excited to bring it back again this year,” Drallmeier said.

Touch-A-Truck will take place at the Plum Lake Community Park. Other children’s activities will include bounce houses and games throughout town.

Food vendors will offer a variety of menu items, including gyros, ice cream, brats and gourmet coffee.

The Sayner Pub will offer a special Street Fair cocktail for sale near the live entertainment.

“The fun part about the Street Fair is you can browse the craft show and grab lunch while listening and rocking to the music,” adds Drallmeier. “We really couldn’t be more thrilled to continue to bring this family-oriented event to the community.”

Street Fair attendees can expect a few surprises as well, such as special promotions offered within Sayner’s many retail stores.

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