Throggs Neck Street Fair Brings Early Summer Fun

Evelyn (l) and Jasmine Pacheco learned basic pottery at the Bronx Children’s Museum table.
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The Throggs Neck Merchants Association transformed East Tremont Avenue into a spring spectacular at its ninth annual Throggs Neck Street Fair on Saturday, June 3.

Sophia Suce sold a fine assortment of coffee and tea at the fair.
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The streets were filled to the brim with excitement as residents enjoyed arts and crafts, live music from Just Nuts Music School students, face painting, hitching a ride on a trolley replica and other fun activities for the whole family.

(back, l-r) TNMA’s Patrick Caruso, government liaison; Geri Colon, event co-chairwoman; Stephen Kaufman, legal counsel; Assemblyman Mark Gjonaj and Victor Sabatini of Just Nuts Party Band fame with Just Nuts Music School students (front, l-r) Alejandro Estallna, Darryl Hayes and Taso Kasimis.
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Artist Sandy Lusk (l) gave Lorraine Acosta an out-of-this-world face paint design.
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(l-r) Jessica Spinelli and Kathy Andreadis from Audiology Hearing Health with Hussien Nouri, TNMA technology director and Sara Bonizio from Metro Optics.
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Mollie and Ellie took a break from giving carriage rides to take a picture with TNMA board members (front, l-r) Hussein Nouri, Geri Colon and Stephen Kaufman.
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