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It’s hot: Visitors pack Sewickley for Night Mart in warm weather

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John Dunn, of Sewickley, talks with visitors about an Adirondack chair auction at the Sewickley Night Mart on Friday, June 29, 2018. Local businesses and groups painted chairs that were part of an auction. The event is organized by the Sewickley Valley Chamber of Commerce.
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Patrons order from the Oakmont BBQ Company food truck during the Sewickley Night Mart on Friday, June 29, 2018. The event is organized by the Sewickley Valley Chamber of Commerce.
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People order from the Dad's mobile food truck during Sewickley Night Mart on Friday, June 29, 2018. The event is organized by the Sewickley Valley Chamber of Commerce.
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Sewickley Herald staffers painted an Adirondack chair to be auctioned at the Sewickley Night Mart on Friday, June 29, 2018. The event is organized by the Sewickley Valley Chamber of Commerce.

Temperatures soared into the upper 80s as the first of three summer Night Mart events took over part of Broad Street in Sewickley on June 29.

The street was filled with food trucks, artisan booths, local businesses and music.

An Adirondack chair auction was part of the event which helps to promote the Sewickley business community. Local businesses and organizations could create a design on a chair to be auctioned off. Among the groups participating included Sewickley Academy and the Sewickley Herald.

Night Mart is organized by the Sewickley Valley Chamber of Commerce.

Additional Night Mart events are planned for July 27, which will be part of the chamber’s Christmas in July special, and also Aug. 31.

Bobby Cherry is an editor of the Sewickley Herald. Reach him at [email protected] and on Twitter at @bc_trib.

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