The Hooley Returns to Kamm's Corners on Saturday

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EMANUEL WALLACE
  • Emanuel Wallace
On Saturday from noon to 8 p.m., you can check out the Hooley on Kamm's Corners, an annual street festival that takes place on Lorain Avenue from West 165th to Rocky River Drive.

The festival offers crafts, live music, dancers from a host of area Irish dance schools, pipes and drums and plenty of family fun. Food will be available at the pubs and eateries lining Lorain Avenue and from vendors on the street with kettle corn, ice cream, freshly squeezed lemonade and other festival staples.



Two entertainment stages showcase a variety of musical acts and performers, including the Colin Dussault Blues Project and the Yosemite Slim Band.

Family-friendly activities include a 30-foot fire truck slide and other bounce houses, and a pop-a-shot game operated by Mount Calvary Church. Also check out the Youth Center operated by the West Park YMCA. Artist Alley will feature a selection of jewelry, clothing, home decor, Irish-themed gifts, and handmade arts and crafts. Admission is free. Check out the website for a schedule of stage events and more information.

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