The annual Smithville Old Fashioned Street Faire took place Sept. 17, in historic downtown Smithville. The one-day fair was packed with live entertainment by the local American Legion Brass Band, Artistry in Motion Dance troupe, Jeff Henderson Band, Comedy Vets, Pride Martial Arts and Nashville rising star, Isabella. There were vendors and a kids play area.

High spirits found at Smithville's street faire

High spirits found at Smithville's street faire

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Nathan Sinclair carries his daughter Blake Sinclair, 1, on his shoulders during the Smithville Old-Fashioned Street Faire Saturday, Sept. 17.

High spirits found at Smithville's street faire

High spirits found at Smithville's street faire

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Younger students from Artistry in Motion dance for a crowd at the 2022 Smithville Old-Fashioned Street Faire, Saturday, Sept. 17.

High spirits found at Smithville's street faire

High spirits found at Smithville's street faire

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Kaylee Mason, 16, a Smithville junior, prepares for her turns as a dancer with Artistry in Motion.

High spirits found at Smithville's street faire

High spirits found at Smithville's street faire

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Five students from Pride Martial Arts strike a pose before they take a stage as entertainment at the Smithville Old-Fashioned Street Faire. St…

High spirits found at Smithville's street faire

High spirits found at Smithville's street faire

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Elijah Redmond, 14, shows off his side kick prior to Pride Martial Arts performing at the Smithville Old-Fashioned Street Faire.

High spirits found at Smithville's street faire

High spirits found at Smithville's street faire

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Carlie Redd, 15, a Staley High sophomore, dances as part of the Artistry in Motion.

High spirits found at Smithville's street faire

High spirits found at Smithville's street faire

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Connor Crawford, 12, goes down the inflatable slide in the kids area of the Smithville Old-Fashioned Street Faire. His parents, Lauren and Mat…

High spirits found at Smithville's street faire

High spirits found at Smithville's street faire

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Vendors started seeing a few guests at the Smithville Old-Fashioned Street Faire.

High spirits found at Smithville's street faire

High spirits found at Smithville's street faire

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Clay County Sheriff’s deputy Joshua Doss stands with his K9 partner Duke, a Dutch shepherd, at the Smithville Old-Fashioned Street Faire.

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