ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) — The Ann Arbor Art Fair is back on.

Organizers said the popular fair, which draws thousands of people to the streets of the college town, will be held July 15-17.

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The announcement came less than two weeks after the fair was canceled due to uncertainty over COVID-19 restrictions. But the fair suddenly was revived when Gov. Gretchen Whitmer eased the rules for outdoor events.

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“We can’t wait to once again fill the vibrant streets of downtown Ann Arbor with our fine artists and vendors,” organizers said Tuesday. “We are looking forward to a safe and successful event this summer.”

Another popular art fair is also back on track: Wyandotte will hold its event July 7-10.

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