On a sunny June day in downtown Frankfort, a block of Main Street was closed off to traffic for the 2021 Frankfort Craft Fair, presented by the Frankfort-Elberta Area Chamber of Commerce. Patrons munched on kettle corn while browsing a variety of local crafts including agates, lanterns and hand-crafted jewelry. Photos by Daniel Fortune.
Editor's note: This gallery was published in Grand Traverse Scene magazine's July 2021 issue. Pick up a free copy at area hotels, visitor's centers, chambers of commerce or at the Record-Eagle building on Front Street. Click here to read GT Scene in its entirety online.
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