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Lyndhurst Labor Day Street Fair Offers Twice The Fun

Go Fish! Kids went fishing for prizes at the Lyndhurst Labor Day Street Fair
Go Fish! Kids went fishing for prizes at the Lyndhurst Labor Day Street Fair Photo Credit: Rebecca Abma
Children rode dinosaurs, swings, cars and other rides at the Labor Day Street Fair in Lyndhurst.
Children rode dinosaurs, swings, cars and other rides at the Labor Day Street Fair in Lyndhurst. Photo Credit: Rebecca Abma
Cooling off by the fountain in the 90 degree heat of the Lyndhurst Street Fair.
Cooling off by the fountain in the 90 degree heat of the Lyndhurst Street Fair. Photo Credit: Rebecca Abma
Aydin and Anthony Granchelli, with their mom, Lynn, are the little guys of Little Guyz Pizzaria. The recently opened eatery offered its Nonna or Grandmother's pie, a thin crust square pizza with fresh mozzarella, basil and sauce.
Aydin and Anthony Granchelli, with their mom, Lynn, are the little guys of Little Guyz Pizzaria. The recently opened eatery offered its Nonna or Grandmother's pie, a thin crust square pizza with fresh mozzarella, basil and sauce. Photo Credit: Rebecca Abma
Kids rode motorcycles and other rides at the fair.
Kids rode motorcycles and other rides at the fair. Photo Credit: Rebecca Abma
Mazur's Sugarflake Bakery offered sweet treats at the street fair. Sugarflake, which also has bakeries in Wyckoff, Fair Lawn and a new location in River Vale, took ownership of Mazur's Bakery last year.
Mazur's Sugarflake Bakery offered sweet treats at the street fair. Sugarflake, which also has bakeries in Wyckoff, Fair Lawn and a new location in River Vale, took ownership of Mazur's Bakery last year. Photo Credit: Rebecca Abma
Lyndhurst Mayor Robert Giangeruso stopped by to talk with the CERT and Ambulance volunteers at the street fair.
Lyndhurst Mayor Robert Giangeruso stopped by to talk with the CERT and Ambulance volunteers at the street fair. Photo Credit: Rebecca Abma

LYNDHURST, N.J. — The second year of the Lyndhurst Labor Day Street Fair offered double the fun.

The event, which began as a one-day fair last year, expanded to a Sunday-Monday event, with rides, games, food, shopping and entertainment.

“We had a very positive turnout for a new event,” Mayor Robert Giangeruso said, noting that the borough will host another street fair on Columbus Day weekend.

Local business and eateries — including Little Guyz Pizzaria and Mazur’s Sugarflake Bakery — along with volunteer organizations were well-represented among the tents.

They joined traditional street fair vendors and food trucks.

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