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Sounds and Sights Festival: What’s going on Friday

Here’s a look at all the stuff going on Friday, July 27 at the Sounds and Sights Festival that began Thursday, July 26, and ends Saturday, July 28. This is the festival’s 37th year.

10 a.m.-5 p.m. Chelsea Antiques Summer Bazaar with Frank Modafferi singing “Oldies, but Goodies.”

10 a.m. Football player Nick Hill will be signing autographs and giving away free mini footballs to the first 50 children

11-noon Eric the juggler will perform

Noon-1 p.m. the Chelsea Center for the Arts Jazz Ensemble

Noon-8 p.m. Art Market and demonstrations

1-2 p.m. the Chelsea High School Drum Line will perform

Tours of the Chelsea Teddy Bear Factory

Bouncy houses

Huron Valley Ambulance and Chelsea Area Fire Authority demonstrations

Sidewalk chalk contest

Bubble pond

Tinsel hair booth

Hula hoops and tie-dyed T-shirt booths

Sand Art and face painting booth

Chelsea Children’s Co-Op duck pond

Food from Ellie’s Chocolate Café

Travis the Yo-Yo Kid

3-8 p.m. The Classic Car Show on East Middle, East and Harrison Streets

5-8 p.m. the Congregational Church will host a chicken broil on East Middle Street

6 p.m. social tent opens behind the Common Grill, and has a $5 cover charge. All ages welcome.

7-11 p.m. country night, live music from Whitney Morgan and the 78’s and Blue River Band

Visitors are also reminded to stroll around the downtown to see the juried sculpture walk that features 10 outdoor art pieces on pedestals and business will be open late, many with special savings for the festival.

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