San Diego residents celebrate Ocean Beach Vibe
An Ocean Beach fair had a different vibe this year, with a new name and other changes.
SAN DIEGO – An Ocean Beach fair had a different vibe this year, with a new name and other changes.
Ocean Beach looked a bit more colorful on Saturday for “Celebrate the OB Vibe”.
“Because it’s super fun! Said Maverick Freischlag, 7.
The organizers said it was a little different from the street fair.
“It’s not the street fair because with the street fair we are closing the street and because of COVID we have reduced things a bit. The goal is to enjoy our beach, have a good time, support local businesses and have fun, ”said Barbara Iacometti, President of the Ocean Beach Main Street Association.
People from all walks of life would spin for prizes, enjoy crafts, fly kites, and test their skills with a surf balance board.
“It’s a great weather, great people and great vibes all around,” said Scott Curley, Chevrolet Marketing Director.
“Look at all those Pokémon cards I got!” Exclaimed Linh Chau.
“It’s really nice to see that the local vendors have different artwork, a lot of these people put a lot of passion into what they do. So, I came here to look for some art for my walls. in order to make my place nicer, ”said Fair enthusiast, Jamie Lynch.
The kids made creative hats called “madhatters” and friends at the OB library donated 5 free books per kid.
“We have DVDs and VCRs and all kinds of prizes! We like to promote our spirit within the community, ”said Sharon Novak, Treasurer of Friends of OB Library.
“I’m just happy to be here! The atmosphere is really bright! ”Said Chau.
“We love the OB salon! Cried a couple.
The fair took place from 10 am to 6 pm and six breweries joined together to offer a local lager beer to people 21 and over to “celebrate the OB vibe”.
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