CINCO DE MAYO CELEBRATION - May 7th April 26 2011

If you've never been to Cherokee Street for the Cinco de Mayo celebration you're missing out on what it means to live on the South Side. We close down the street, call out the local art and food vendors, put up two stages for music, and if that's not enough a surreal parade of fire breathers, artists, and weirdos wanders around the neighborhood. It's great!
What does all of this have to do with Cinco de Mayo? Many Latino restaurants and shops call Cherokee Street home, and what better way to celebrate our unique neighborhood than by coming to the party!
See our posters (handmade) all over town for more info... or check out the billboard on I-44 (we did not run this through the press) if you need a better reason. While you're in the neighborhood stop by the studio for plenty of hand-printed cards, books, posters, coasters and more. Perfect for Mother's BTW.

Cinco de Mayo
Saturday, May 7th