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PHOTOS: Scenes from the 49th annual Carbondale (socially distanced) Mountain Fair

The show goes on — in an always-moving, socially distanced way.

The 49th annual Carbondale Mountain Fair took place this weekend, with music rolling through town, a New Orleans-style marching band, flashmob dance performances, aerial dance, a Makers Market crafts fair and more. Check out some of the scenes from Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

Love and unicorns.
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Sleepy Justice plays from the rolling flatbed stage in a River Valley Ranch neighborhood Saturday afternoon.
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Customers check out one of the vendor booths at the downtown Makers Market.
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Drummers follow the mobile drum circle on Friday afternoon at Mountain Fair in Carbondale.
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A brightly painted golf cart helped lead drummers on the route for the mobile drum circle Friday in Carbondale.
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The Bonedale Flash Mob performs a dance during the open festivities of Mountain Fair on Friday in Carbondale.
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The Fiery Furnace Marching Band from Moab, Utah makes its way across Main Street Saturday afternoon at Mountain Fair in Carbondale.
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Elouise, left, and Ilse Foss show off their newly made flower wreath crowns Sunday at Mountain Fair in Carbondale.
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The Sopris Soarers aerial dance group performs outside the Launch Pad Sunday afternoon.
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The Sopris Soarers aerial dance group performs outside the Launch Pad Sunday afternoon.
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Carbondale Mayor Dan Richardson hands out a prize packet to a young participant in the Mountain Fair family scavenger hunt Sunday afternoon.
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