Street performers enliven Cedros district

The shopping district of South Cedros Avenue came alive in a festive atmosphere with street performers, musicians and plenty of people wandering, mingling and hunting for that perfect holiday gift. All the while, magicians spun fire rings, acrobats climbed buildings, human statues captivated onlookers and clowns amused children. The event was organized by Cedros Design District Association and local merchants.

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