36 TIMES • APRIL 23, 2015 FOR BREAKING NEWS VISIT www.timesnewsweekly.com at home Reveling in spring at the MYRTLE AVENUE FESTIVAL From delicacies to good deals, there was something for everyone at the Myrtle Avenue spring street festival hosted by the Ridgewood Local Development Corporation. Thousands came out on a bright, sunny Sunday to walk the fair, which stretched along Myrtle Avenue between Forest and Wyckoff avenues. The Ridgewood Times and The Queens Courier were among the festival’s co-sponsors. The browsing crowd at Sunday’s street festival didn’t have to look far to find bargains. Balloon artists delighted children in attendance by making balloon animals, swords and hats. First air-conditioned bus — One of the antique buses on display at the festival. Food at German Christmas market — Chicken and beef brats were on the grill all day at the German Christmas market’s tent. Lorenz Latin Dance Studio — Members of the Lorenz Latin Dance Studio in Glendale strutted their stuff at a dance demonstration. Rudy’s Bakery and Cafe — Rudy’s Bakery offered some tasty treats at Sunday’s festival. The Part Time Band at the Ridgewood Ale House — Festival guests rocked out to the sounds of The Part Time Band, which played outside the new Ridgewood Ale House.
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