The annual Selby Stroll will look a bit different this year. Although patrons and locals will be donning masks and shopping on the sidewalks, the St. Paul community event is still in full swing.
Taking place this Saturday, the Stroll will feature live music, outdoor dining and sidewalk sales from more than 30 local businesses.
Spanning from Fairview Avenue to Saratoga Avenue, the event will last from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Some of the participating stores include coffee and gift shops, sports and wellness stores and vintage boutiques.
In partnership with the Selby-Snelling Area Business Association, which works to revive the “new, old neighborhood, which combines rich St. Paul history with completely modern shops, art spaces, and apartments,” said Ed Conley, owner of CCI properties and local history buff, in a statement.
In light of fall, the event’s founder Linda Cassone said the Selby Stroll will be an opportunity for the St. Paul community to gather together and support the local businesses that make their neighborhoods unique.
“It’s fall, fall is beautiful in Minnesota, let’s come out,’” Cassone said. “We’re a community, we’ll be here for you. Please be here for us.”