Evanston’s Custer Fair revs up for its second and final day at 10 o’clock this morning — after a rainout Saturday evening.

Kraig Kenning performing on the Washington Street arena stage Saturday.

Some scenes from Saturday afternoon to give you a sense of what to expect if you go today.

Musicians and street performers entertained the festival crowds throughout the Main Street Station shopping district.

A street performer keeps his hat spinning.

About 350 arts and crafts people from across the nation offered a wide array of stuff.

Checking out a jewelry booth.

And another 150 local businesses and commercial vendors proffered solutions to your everyday problems — from aching feet to a lack of the latest in cookware.

A vendor hawking a solution for aching feet.

Diners at Trattoria D.O.C.’s sidewalk cafe got a close-up view of the festival action.

And then there’s the food — some 30 vendors equipped to satisfy your carnival food cravings — and perhaps your healthier ones as well..

Funnel cakes, cheese fries, corn dogs, deep fried snicker bars — it can’t hurt you if you only indulge once a year, can it?

The Highland Park Pops perform for folks who’d rather eat their carnival food sitting down.

The fair closes at 9 p.m. tonight.

Bill Smith is the editor and publisher of Evanston Now.

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