I am maybe totally freaking out just a little over it being the end of July. Deep breaths. Anyway, you know what the end of July means, right? Lowell Folk Festival!
To be honest, I think Folk Festival is a bit of a misnomer, it's more like a world music festival to me. Either way, it's one of Lowell's biggest (if not THE biggest) annual events, and with it comes one of the most amazing selections of cultural performances & ethnic food I've ever seen.
This year, I finally got ahold of a comprehensive list of the available food (all made by local community groups) ahead of time, so I can plan my food attack! There's a write-up here if you want to make a plan too! Malasadas, loobie & rooz, pierogis & baklava sundae are what's on my list so far...good thing I have two days to eat it.
Oh, and a helper to deliver my food for me, since I'll be occupied for most of the weekend at Art in the Courtyard.
I've got lots of new designs & also some special seconds & sale items, so there will definitely be quite a bit very few of you have seen before, including these guys:
Hope to see you there! Art in the Courtyard is located in the (lovely, shaded) courtyard right by the Dutton Street Food Pavilion (Folk Fest map here), and I'm in booth #3. More info about Art in the Courtyard is here. Happy weekending, everyone!