Photos: Bell Blvd. Sunday Stroll draws hundreds

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Hundreds flood Bell Boulevard for live music, dancing, food and games at the Bell Boulevard Sunday Stroll between 38th and 41st Avenues last week.
This family is eager for a tasts of some Japanese tea from Nippon Cha.
Uno Pizzeria & Grill hosted a pizza pie-eating contest outside the restaurant.
There was a long wait to get a turn into the bounce house at the corner of 41st Avenue.
These kids came just for the bubbles.
Chalk drawings are sprawled across Bell Boulevard.
Costumes and stilts were at the forefront of the annual stroll.

Hundreds came out to Bell Boulevard in Bayside for the annual Bell Blvd. Sunday Stroll. In case you missed it, here are some photos of the event.

Posted 12:00 am, September 28, 2018
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San says:
Good job!
Sept. 28, 3:27 am
Notlikebackthen from Queens says:
Not what it used to be. I used to love the fair they had back in the late 80s/early 90s on bell. I used to look forward to it. Street fairs these days just suck anymore.
Sept. 28, 4:46 am

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