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  • Free locally-grown watermelon, waterworks and live music at Carrboro's 'Summer Streets'

    Video: Carrboro's monthly summer celebration, Summer Streets, closed East Weaver Street from 9am to 2pm Sunday for free yoga, live music, local foods tastings, bubbles, chalk and water sprinklers. This month's celebration was hosted by the Orange County Food Council.

Video: Carrboro's monthly summer celebration, Summer Streets, closed East Weaver Street from 9am to 2pm Sunday for free yoga, live music, local foods tastings, bubbles, chalk and water sprinklers. This month's celebration was hosted by the Orange County Food Council. Casey Toth ctoth@heraldsun.com
Video: Carrboro's monthly summer celebration, Summer Streets, closed East Weaver Street from 9am to 2pm Sunday for free yoga, live music, local foods tastings, bubbles, chalk and water sprinklers. This month's celebration was hosted by the Orange County Food Council. Casey Toth ctoth@heraldsun.com

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