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CONNECTION PHOTO: VERN UYETAKE - John McReynold checks out the crafts sale at Multnomah Arts Center during last year's Multnomah Days. Vendors at the street fair will have a wealth of unique items for sale.Multnomah Days can be a time to celebrate everything that makes Multnomah Village quirky, fun and unique — and nowhere is that more visible than at the festival’s street fair.

This year’s fair, which runs through the heart of Multnomah Village on Southwest Capitol Highway, will feature more than 100 vendors who are every bit as eclectic as the Village itself. Booths will be open from roughly 10 a.m.-4 p.m.

Here are just some of this year’s offerings:


With all the activities that Multnomah Days has to offer, it’s easy to work up an appetite. Not to worry, because several nearby eateries — as well as vendors from out-of-town — are serving up their delicacies at the street fair. Dogs and Fries, Down to Earth Café, Medley, O’Connor’s Restaurant, Salvador Molly’s Restaurant, Spicy Bambu, Tastebud and Urban German Grill are sure to satisfy.

Finish off the meal — or go straight to dessert — with a treat from Hattie’s Sweet Shop, Island Daydream Shave Ice, Miss Hannah’s Gourmet Popcorn Co., Nectar Frozen Yogurt Lounge or Ono Shave Ice.

Clothing, jewelry and accessories

Multnomah Village is brimming with stylish shops — and the street fair offers even more options for those looking to update their wardrobe. Anne Bocci Boutique & Gallery, Bamboo Originals, Ginza Girl Designs and OutNerdMe offer a wealth of clothing options for shoppers.

Those in search of statement or everyday jewelry are sure to find something to their liking at Candy Amor Jewelry, Designs by Jo Lupton, Elizabeth Jewelry, Finders-Keepers Found Object Jewelry, Fused Glass House, Jewelry By Stephanie, Joseph Brinton Jewelry, Lloyds Jewelry, Magdeline Jewelry Design, Pelican Moon Studio, Sarah J. Handmade and Sophisticated Beads Jewelry.

Top off the look with a visit to accessory booths such as Bag It Totes, Jamberry Nails, Roving Horse Henna and Tootsie La Rue Creations.

And for a complete makeover, Multnomah Village’s own Annastasia Salon and Bishops Barbershop will be offering special hair services at their street fair booths as well.

Gifts, home décor and artwork

Booths from acbc Design, Banja Design, Carved Life, Indigo Traders, Jaqueline’s Found & Fabulous, Les Couleurs de Provence, PDX Coasters, Peachtree Gifts, Scrumptious Suds, Topanien Global Gifts, Village Frame and Gallery, Yardifact and Zenzame provide ample options for those looking to buy gifts for friends or family or simply spice up their own home.

Those more interested in the artistic side can check out booths from Artwurks by Mercedes, Bliss Studio, Tobin Floom Fine Art Photography and Village Glass Studio.

Children and learning

Kids may find a wealth of entertainment at Kids Zone, but there’s also plenty for them to see and do at the street fair. They could find something special at Maggie Mae’s Kids Mobile Bookshop; Tansy Dolls; Tati & Me: Clothing for the Spirited Girl; and Usborne Books & More.

For families who are seeking a new school or enrichment program for their students, Children’s View Montessori School, Executive Functioning Success, Summa Academy, Sunstone Montessori, Tutor Doctor and Woodhaven School will provide information and answer questions about their programs at the street fair.

Capitol Hill Library will also be on site to encourage kids and families to read this summer.

Health and fitness

Multnomah Curves, Multnomah Family Care Center, Multnomah Village Dental, Points of Health Acupuncture and West Hills Healthcare Campus will be onsite to help Multnomah Days visitors find solutions for their wellness needs.

Religious groups

For those seeking faith or simply a new church, Eckankar, Eleventh Church of Christ Scientist, Greater Portland Bible Church, Riversgate Church, St. Barnabas Episcopal Church and West Hills Baptist Church will be on hand to provide information about their spiritual communities.

Government, political and advocacy

For those interested in learning more about their city, getting more involved or giving back, a number of city government, political, advocacy and nonprofit groups will host booths at the street fair. Amigos de Los Romeritos; CASA for Children of Multnomah, Washington and Columbia Counties; City of Portland Bureau of Planning and Sustainability; Community Partners for Affordable Housing; Meals on Wheels People; Multnomah Democrats; Multnomah Historical Association; Multnomah Republican Party; Oregon Foundation for Reproductive Health; Portland Parks and Recreation; River West Village; Southwest Community Center; SW Watershed Resource Center and Southwest Neighborhoods, Inc.; Thembanathi; and Your Sustainable City will answer questions and provide information about their programs and causes.

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