Sunday afternoons in Old City are usually quiet and peaceful but this Sunday was much different. The few blocks around 3rd & Arch were lined with vendors and packed with visitors. The businesses in Old City were open to the public & everyone was welcome to explore. There were plenty of food options set up along the street and numerous boutiques and art galleries moved their shops outside for the day.
Everyone showed off their craft today, even the unconventional. There were a few people on stilts making their way through the crowds.
When we first walked up 3rd street, a man playing the saxophone had a few people circled around him. On the way back through, the saxophonist had a guest with him and it caught me off guard. The man moved his body very slowly to the music and it was interesting to watch. I'm not sure what the meaning or message behind it was but it was definitely unique.
Signs of Autumn were placed all over! Mums always remind me of my mom because she also had a few in our front yard growing up.
This neighborhood has been my home for the last 8 months & it was so amazing to see it come to life on a beautiful Sunday afternoon. It was so great to see the city support the restaurants, galleries, boutiques and more that keep this neighborhood alive.