SoNo waterfront alive with art and music

(08/02/03) SOUTH NORWALK - Scores of artists, musicians and other performers made their way to the SoNo Arts Festival on Saturday, as thousands of people braved the humidity to check out the celebration.

An arts playground for kids, 150 artists, 25 live performances and a giant puppet parade were just some of the features in the 27th annual SoNo Arts Festival in South Norwalk. The event provided a forum for artists from all over the county to exhibit their work, both professional and amateur. In fact, nearly 20 homeless artists displayed work at the festival.

The festival will continue through Sunday. Experienced event goers advise folks to take Metro North to the South Norwalk station, rather than taking a car.

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