It's that time again. Shoppers, start your engines.
Over 150 vendors and thousands of shoppers will flood State Street this "Super" Sunday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
For those who haven't been to a Super Sunday before, think of it as a daytime, super-sized version of the Media Arts Council's monthly 2nd Saturday strolls mixed with Media's annual yard sale weekend. Various craftspeople will be present with their wares, sometimes doing demonstrations on their particular art or hosting kid-friendly arts and crafts opportunities. Bargains can be found on things like used furniture, books, music, movies, antiques, toys, games, electronics, clothing and much, much more. Additionally, their will be plenty of food vendors to fill the blocks of State Street with mouth-watering smells, and many of your favorite State Street restaurants and shops will be open and offering Super Sunday specials.
A couple of important things to note before you leave the house to go bargain hunting by vehicle or on foot: State Street and Veteran's Square will both be closed to traffic, so plan your route accordingly. Residents of those two streets are advised to park their vehicles Saturday night, before they get blocked in for the duration of the event. Also, bikes, skateboards and pets are not allowed (for safety reasons, due to the density of the crowds).
If weather gets messy, the rain date is scheduled for the following Sunday, April 17.