WILKES-BARRE — The annual Fine Arts Fiesta is now underway in downtown Wilkes-Barre and after years of historically bad weather, it seems the vendors and crowds finally lucked out this year.
The music was loud, the food trucks were parked, and the people milled about. But one thing’s different at the fine arts fiesta this year.
“It can’t be the fiesta because the sun’s out.”
The fiesta on Public Square in Wilkes-Barre often seems to happen on rainy weekends. But at around 80 degrees, there’s not a raindrop in sight this time around.
Just ask Sandy Wazeter of Trucksville.
“Three or four days in a row, I think we’re going to be perfect this year. I know, that’s why we’re probably going to come every day to make up for past years,” said Wazeter.