The 50th Annual Fourth Avenue Spring Street Fair to be Held as Planned
The Fourth Avenue Merchants Association knows many folks are keenly interested in what’s happening around the world and in our own community with the Coronavirus.
We have reached out to Dr. Francisco Garcia, Pima County’s Chief Medical Officer, and are tracking the novel Coronavirus information for our community. Based on the information Dr. Garcia has provided, along with materials from the CDC, the Spring Street Fair is proceeding as planned and we do not anticipate cancellation.
Working with Dr. Garcia we are making some adjustments and additions to signage to help our guests feel comfortable while they enjoy their time on Historic Fourth Avenue.
Hand sanitizing and hand washing stations will be available and there will be signage directing our guests to those locations. Street Fair staff will also be available to direct our guests to the appropriate locations.
Hand washing remains one of the best practices to stay healthy at any time.
We ask anyone not feeling well to stay home. Historic Fourth Avenue is one of the best experiences in our community at any time of year, so please keep your neighbors in mind and get better in your own residence.
We have links to the Pima County Health Department’s updated information here. This is a great resource to see what is going on in our community as it is updated in real-time and has several sets of FAQs.
Click here for the CDC’s page which has more general information.
The 50th Annual Spring Street Fair kicks off its three-day run on Friday, March 20, from 10:00 a.m. to dusk each day.