Fenton’s Street Experience, which has been held in downtown Fenton on Thursday and Friday evenings beginning in late August, has concluded for the season Friday, Oct. 9.

 The Street Experience committee, which included representation from the Fenton city administration, Fenton City Council, Dibbleville and LeRoy Street merchants, Southern Lakes Parks & Recreation and the Fenton Regional Chamber thank the businesses that remained open in the evenings to welcome the many visitors and families, with a special thank you to the Fenton Department of Public Works and Police Department.

 Pat Lockwood, a member of the Committee, said, “The Street Experience grew over the last seven weeks as families and shoppers came downtown to support our local businesses by shopping and dining while enjoying the opportunity to bike, skateboard, stroll in the streets, tour the numerous sculptures, and listen to various musicians. The intent of the Street Experience was to bring people to our downtown in a safe, fun atmosphere in support of our businesses that have been so challenged by COVID-19. We hope it was an enjoyable experience for all who attended and are looking forward to planning for 2021.”

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