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Fells Point Fun Festival | PHOTOS

Lillian Dimeler, 4, of Aberdeen, dances to the music at the Fells Point Fun Festival, as her grandparents, William and Janice Dimeler, of Fells Point, watch. The festival returned this year after a pause in 2020 due to the pandemic.
(Amy Davis / Baltimore Sun)
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The Fells Point Fun Festival returns after being canceled last year due to the pandemic.
(Amy Davis)
Fells Point Fun Festival
Lillian Dimeler, 4, of Aberdeen, dances to the music at the Fells Point Fun Festival, as her grandparents, William and Janice Dimeler, of Fells Point, watch. The festival returned this year after a pause in 2020 due to the pandemic.
Lillian Dimeler, 4, of Aberdeen, dances to the music at the Fells Point Fun Festival, as her grandparents, William and Janice Dimeler, of Fells Point, watch. The festival returned this year after a pause in 2020 due to the pandemic. (Amy Davis / Baltimore Sun)
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Crowds stroll along Thames Street, which is lined with booths for the Fells Point Fun Festival, which returned this year after a pandemic pause in 2020. The Festival dates back to 1967, when preservationists organized a fundraiser to fight the highway which would have cut through the historic waterfront neighborhood to connect I-95 and I-83.
Crowds stroll along Thames Street, which is lined with booths for the Fells Point Fun Festival, which returned this year after a pandemic pause in 2020. The Festival dates back to 1967, when preservationists organized a fundraiser to fight the highway which would have cut through the historic waterfront neighborhood to connect I-95 and I-83. (Amy Davis / Baltimore Sun)
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Lisa Pittman, right, of Brooklyn Park, dances with other Fells Point Fun festivalgoers to the music of Radio Dials, performing on a stage at the foot of Broadway.
Lisa Pittman, right, of Brooklyn Park, dances with other Fells Point Fun festivalgoers to the music of Radio Dials, performing on a stage at the foot of Broadway. (Amy Davis / Baltimore Sun)
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George and Courtney Davis, of Fells Point, enjoy the return of the Fells Point Fun Festival with their children, Georgie, 4, at left, and Cora, 17 months, at right.
George and Courtney Davis, of Fells Point, enjoy the return of the Fells Point Fun Festival with their children, Georgie, 4, at left, and Cora, 17 months, at right. (Amy Davis / Baltimore Sun)
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The 2021 Fells Point Fun Festival returned this year with favorites like crabcakes, and newer items like deep-fried watermelon.
The 2021 Fells Point Fun Festival returned this year with favorites like crabcakes, and newer items like deep-fried watermelon. (Amy Davis / Baltimore Sun)
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