It used to be a festival, now it's a celebration. When did that happen?
Whatever, Sono Arts has been one of my favorite things in Norwalk. (But watch out for Norwalk Art Festival.)
Sono Arts is free and includes music, paintings, sculpture, crafts and jewelry. The festival has gotten smaller over the years. Now it's about two blocks of art, a block of food trucks, a few performance stages and a street for kids to draw on with chalk.
Local bars and restaurants add to the celebration. It usually takes place the first weekend in August. This year, it was held last weekend with perfect weather.
Jeff, Spike and I had lunch at Match. We haven't been there in years. We're more likely to go out for lunch, and Match normally isn't open for lunch. It was delicious.
It was a great afternoon. We even found a birthday gift for Jeff's sister. Alas nothing suitable for my mother.