“The event begins at Linda’s Litehouse and Floral, 410 Broadway, and Driscol Music, across the street, at 445 Broadway. Linda Hardwick-Shull, owner, Linda’s Litehouse Floral, said she will have a tarot card reader, poetry readings and artists. The owner of Heartland Cove Treasures in Oberlin, will also be on hand.
At Driscol Music, a sign will invite people who want to play the piano to come into the store and play. Three more pianos will be outside on the sidewalks along Broadway. One will be in front of the Lorain Palace, 617 Broadway, another in front of the Charleston Coffee House, 630 Broadway, and the third will be at Jevon Terance Mens and Womens Clothing Boutique, 712 Broadway.
Lorain Palace Theatre will show a series of eight to 10, five-minute movies titled, “The Americanas” from 2 to 7 p.m. The first movie is about Walter Frey. Also, the award-winning “Fin Del Sol” by Lorain resident Kenny Marrero, offers a behind-the-scenes look at the filming of a Jevon Terance fashion show. Terance will be hosting a T-shirt decorating party for $5 per T-shirt and a question-and-answer session at his shop.
There will be two food vendors — the Latin American Xpress and Grillin’ n’ Chillin’. And at Faroh’s Candies and Gifts, 657 Broadway, ice cream cones will be available for 50 cents per scoop. For Faroh’s customers who purchase one pound of French chocolate candy, they will get a quarter-pound of strawberries for free.
At the Charleston Coffee House, manager Grace Carlson said duet Debra and Neil will perform from noon to 2 p.m. and Stephen Barn will play guitar from 5 to 7 p.m. Violinist Jasmin Mason and saxophone player Victoria Jackson will perform. Tickets for the magic show are available at the coffee house or by going to facebook.com/Charleston.Coffee.House.
Hilaire Tavenner, head of the The International Writers’ Association, and some of her members, will give readings at the coffee house.
…an estimated 35 vendors will set up their wares up and down Broadway, outside and inside the various stores, selling everything from jewelry to paintings.”
[MJ article – source]