The annual Funky Junk event drew hundreds of families, shoppers and even dogs in baby carriages to roam Sixth and Durbin streets on Saturday.

Music, food trucks, beer, cocktails including a special Funky one from Backwards distillery, clothing, jewelry kitsch and art were sold and consumed in abundance.

Twelve-year-old Mercy Yanaga showed off and sold her hand-made earrings, lip balms, parador bracelets and champagne flutes -- under the banner of "Something Wicked" -- a nod to William Shakespeare's play that actors dare not name.'

Mercy said she's been making crafts since 6 and started selling them at 8.

Stacie Risen Designs offered home, door and porch deco;  frozen jams; keychains, pie filling and multicolored wreaths -- all under a sign declaring "Homemade."

Stacie Risen said she's been attending Funky Junk for years.

She's especially proud of her frozen jams and offered tastes of a strawberry, raspberry and jalapeño confit with the jalapeño offering a tang but not overwhelming heat.

Before moving to Casper, she and her family lived in Oregon, where she goes every year to get the berries, Risen said.

"This is a wonderful event," she said.

Funky Junk, May 20, 2023