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About 3000-4000 people are expected to come out to the annual Sisters Fall Street Festival this weekend.  Organizer Richard Esterman says some of the money raised during the festival will benefit the Sisters High School Art Department. He says the event is also good for the local economy. "Actually what's good about it is; people who would normally drive through Sisters will stop, get out of their cars, walk around, go to a few events maybe a few stores and a few restaurants, and it helps the economy in this area.” It is Saturday and Sunday in Sisters. An entire street will be blocked off and the festival will feature the usual attractions of food, art, music, and auction and even a climbing wall.

 

 

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