Quattro hosts a summer party in the city

Street shut down to traffic; Public invited to eat, shop and listen to live music.

What do snakes, bhangra and hip hop have in common? Come out to the fourth-annual Quattro Street Fair on Saturday, July 6 and find out.

This year’s Quattro Street Fair takes place on Whalley Boulevard between 107A and 108 Avenues in front of the Quattro Development from 11a.m. to 4 p.m.

Charan Sethi, the brainchild behind the event, wants to encourage the community to join him in an “Urban Block Party.” Sethit says the event is a great way to enjoy a summer afternoon in the city as the street will be closed down to traffic, allowing people to explore vendors selling goods ranging from vintage clothing to handmade jewelry to therapeutic oils and more.

Presented by Tien Sher Group of Companies, this summer celebration will include an array of entertainment and family fun. This year’s entertainment line-up will once again feature Cinemazoo from 11 a.m. to 12 noon. This popular interactive show allows attendees to meet exotic insects, reptiles, and more. There will also be balloon twisting, face painting, and crafts for children to enjoy.

New to this year’s food line-up is Meal United, a food truck serving  teriyaki burgers and pizzanwitches.

Come out, eat, shop and listen to the music. This is a free event.

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