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Eco Day

Mike Sales and the Sales-etts, Barbara Bourjaily, Judi Manke, and Sharon Tollner, perform March 27 at the Beach to Bay Eco Day on Bridge Street in Bradenton Beach. The event hosted by the Bridge Street Merchants featured blues notes, green products and a rainbow menu. Islander Photos: Bonner Joy

Artist Rhonda K, a regular the weekly Bridge Street Markets, showcases her work at the Beach to Bay Eco Day held March 27 in Bradenton Beach.

Festivalgoers attend a kayak seminar presented by Shawn Duytschaver of Native Rentals during the Beach to Bay Eco Day.

Bridge Street is line with vendors and crowded with festivalgoers for the Beach to Bay Eco Day organized by the Bridge Street Merchants. The nonprofit also hosts a weekly market on Sundays.

Leonardo Rojas with his fine chocolates — some specially made to attract Privateers — works his charm at the back of the Back Alley on Bridge Street during the Beach to Bay Eco Day held March 27.

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