38.) Tremont Arts and Cultural Festival Review – Cleveland – September 17, 2017

The Tremont Arts and Cultural Festival took place in Lincoln Park…

…and was divided into “villages” along pathways that ran from the gazebo.

The artist village, for example, brought metal art and fabrication (Rust, Inc.)…

…jewelry…

…paintings…

…and sun-inspired decor…

…whereas the cultural village was where you would find fair trade vendors (INTO)…

…and organizations that reflect diversity (United Church of Christ).

Walking the pathways brought you to local politics (Kerry McCormack)…

…local issues…

…local events (Christmas Story Run)…

…local organizations (Merrick House)…

…and all sorts of local vendors creating everything from cool lights (Whisker Tin)…

…to a plethora of Cleveland T-shirts (Cleveland Sleeves/So CLE Tees).

Seriously…a lot of shirts (Lucky CLE).

There were nice food options with food trucks (Zydeco)…

…and local eateries (Bruno’s)…

…as well as plenty of ice cream and pie for a potential dessert (Sweet Spot/Gray House).

And, in terms of activities, the festival offered a raffle…

…a personal portrait…

…and a beer garden with a main entertainment stage (I missed the Children’s Village with activities and a second stage).

And, if you were lucky enough, you got to hear a happy medley by Guitar Man

…or collaborate with Dennis Kucinich on bettering the world.