Lansing State Journal
MASON - Throngs gathered around the Ingham County Courthouse for the 34th annual Down Home Days festival.
Area residents walked the streets of downtown browsing a wide array of arts and crafts put on display by nearly 20 vendors.
People came from across the area to sell everything from Home and Garden Party items to shea butter.
Down Home Days kicked off Thursday night with a concert on the courthouse lawn featuring the Mason High School Marching Band.
Today, you can catch the Angel House Car Show from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Darrell's Market or hit the flea market at the corner of Lansing and Mason streets.