Crowds flock to Court Street for second fair
Crowds gathered in Northeast Hamilton yesterday for the second Court Street Fair.
Dozens of stalls lined both sides of the street between Victoria and Angle Street with entrepreneurs showing off their wares.
Gary Augustus, one of the organisers and proprietor of the Soul Food Grill & Café, said the market was originally planned as a community festival, the event had to be scaled down to meet Covid-19 regulations.
However the first event, held the day before the Cup Match holiday, was deemed a huge success for community businesses.
Shoppers who spent $25 at participating stores can join a raffle with prizes including a 65in TV, barbecue grill, air fryer, toaster oven, and an 18-piece cookware set.