Posted by Tim Kelley on Sep 12, 2018
 
After months of feverish preparation, the 2018 Reading Fall Street Faire was a huge success.  Approximately 170 vendors and community groups set up booths along the Faire route on Haven, Main, High, Chute, Linden and Sanborn Streets in Downtown Reading.  There was entertainment on two stages, one or Main Street and one on High Street.  Other features were many blow up apparatuses set up around the route.  The Children's Area at the Reading Coop parking lot was very popular.  The day was kicked off with a 5K Road Race.  
 
2018 was the 10th Annual RFSF and the second presented by Reading Rotary.  A special shout out to the great team who planned the day:  Sheila Clarke and Gregg Johnson, Co-Chairs, Ed Sartell, Kathi Spurr, KC Latham and Bob Beckman.
 
I was overwhelmed by the amount of community members, Rotarians and their family members who rolled up their sleeve to participate.  So many people helped including Boy Scout Troops 702 & 728 with the set up and tear down, Samantha's Harvest Club at the Children's Area.
 
The weather cooperated, too.  There was an autumnal chill in the air, but no rain or wind.
 
This was a great day for Reading and for Rotary and was enjoyed by so many.
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