SHELTON DAY PHOTOS: Sunny skies, 140 vendors and thousands of visitors

Shelton Day on Sunday attracted a big crowd, helped by perfect early fall weather. (Photos by Brad Durrell)

Hundreds of people fill Howe Avenue at the 2014 Shelton Day, which was boosted by ideal weather.

Hundreds of people fill Howe Avenue at the 2014 Shelton Day, which was boosted by ideal weather.

People walked up and down Howe Avenue visiting food vendors and booths highlighting local businesses and organizations during the annual street fair.

There were about 140 booths at Shelton Day this year. The event is organized by the Derby-Shelton Rotary Club and helps raise money for the service club’s community projects and scholarship programs.

Thousands of people attended during the course of the six-hour outdoor celebration.

Look for more Shelton Day photos on this website in the future.

Alexander, right, and twin brother Michael Obied, 5, of Shelton show their patriotism while walking down Howe Avenue.

Alexander, right, and twin brother Michael Obied, 5, of Shelton show their patriotism while walking down Howe Avenue.

From left, Karyna Perez, a 2011 Shelton High graduate; Michelle Guedes, a 2012 Shelton High graduate, and Britney Guedes, a ninth-grader at the regional Fairchild Wheeler Science Magnet School and Michelle’s sister, are all smiles at Shelton Day.

From left, Karyna Perez, a 2011 Shelton High graduate; Michelle Guedes, a 2012 Shelton High graduate, and Britney Guedes, a ninth-grader at the regional Fairchild Wheeler Science Magnet School and Michelle’s sister, are all smiles at Shelton Day.

Alec Chambers of Shelton sings and plays the guitar on the South Stage.

Alec Chambers of Shelton sings and plays the guitar on the South Stage.

Members of the Shelton High School color guard perform to music at Shelton Day.

Members of the Shelton High School color guard perform to music at Shelton Day.

Janet and Drew Patuzzi of Shelton grab a bite to eat.

Janet and Drew Patuzzi of Shelton grab a bite to eat.

Mayor Mark Lauretti compliments the Shelton High marching band and color guard during his remarks at Shelton Day.

Mayor Mark Lauretti compliments the Shelton High marching band and color guard during his remarks at Shelton Day.

 

 

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