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  • A Not So Happy Coventry Fair Ending

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    The Coventry fair seemed to be going well up until the end. Kicking off the summer fairs in Cleveland, the Coventry Art Fair seemed to be a great way to start the summer festivities until policemen from South Euclid and Shaker Heights were needed to disperse the angry crowds. Check out the article by Michelle Simakis from the Cleveland Heights Patch:

    The future of the Coventry Street Arts Fair is in limbo.

    Sunday was the first fair of the summer, and as we reported earlier, although most of the day went smoothly, kids crowded the street near the end and refused to leave.

    South Euclid and Shaker Heights police were called to help Cleveland Heights police disperse the crowd and stop fights.

    “There were kids fighting, but it was among themselves. We’re dealing with kids that don’t care,” said Steve Presser, owner of Big Fun and a member of the Coventry Village Special Improvement District, which organizes the event. He helped police encourage teens to leave, but he said, “They didn’t want to listen.”

    He said it’s possible that the next fair, scheduled July 24, will be canceled because of the incidents near the end and after the festival Sunday.

    Read more at the Cleveland Heights Patch

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