Market ‘exceeded expectations,’ says organizers
Linh Vu is spinning light blue cotton candy into the shape of a bunny rabbit. He holds the bundle of sugar on a stick and trails it over his head, above the crowd, and thin streams of sugar float behind it. People jump up and catch the cotton candy, and put it in their mouths.
Along with Julia Park, Vu organized Hamilton’s first night market. They also have two stalls where they sell cotton candy, waffle burritos, and Korean-style corn dogs.
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