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Co-op City Fair celebrating Labor Day returns following pandemic hiatus

For 15 years, residents have looked forward to attending the event for the performances, food, and shopping.

News 12 Staff

Sep 3, 2022, 10:24 PM

Updated 655 days ago

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Residents celebrated Labor Day weekend on Saturday at the annual Co-op City Fair.
The festivities were back on after the pandemic canceled the event the last two years.
For 15 years, residents have looked forward to attending the event for the performances, food, and shopping.
Revelers strolled up and down the Section One Greenway to visit vendors and enjoy all of the fun activities the event offered.
According to the Co-op City director of Community Relations Michelle Sajous, more than 135 vendors participated. She said the event not only helps local businesses, but also strengthens community relations.
The celebration ended with a concert and a 25-minute firework show.


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