Tell us what part of Sunday's event you enjoyed most.
On Sunday, thousands of people from in and around Melrose gathered downtown to experience the city's annual Victorian Fair. There was a pie toss, demonstrantions, raffles, rides and games. Did you go to the event? If so, what was your favorite part? Tell us in the comments section, and please feel free to upload photos of your time there.
There will be an afternoon's worth of activities at this free event.
When: Sunday, Sept. 9, 2012, 11:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Where: Main St & W Foster St, Melrose, MA | Get Directions » Details: This Sunday, head to Main Street to take in the many delights of Melrose's annual Victorian Fair. There will be rides and other amusements for children, artisans selling their crafts, music, food and a raffle. The Chamber of Commerce, which is sponsoring the event, will also have on sale an ornament depicting City Hall. Last year, attendees could throw pie at a neighbor's face, eat fried dough, watch ballerinas dance, jump in a bounce house and admire a living broze statue. See photos from last year's event in this slideshow. Cost: Free.
If you were at the Melrose Victorian Fair, please leave a comment below letting us know what you thought of this year's festivities.
Please leave a comment below and let us know what you thought of this year's Melrose Victorian Fair. We'd also like to see your photos from the fair so please upload them and share with your Patch neighbors. Check Melrose Patch at noon on Monday for a gallery of photos from the fair.