WICHITA, Kan. (KAKE) - Vendors, food trucks, kid activities and more filled Douglas Avenue on Sunday for the final Open Streets ICT of the year.  

It's the sixth annual event and this was the first year it welcomed a kid vendor.  Brother and sister duo Kristina and Tommy Figy of Tommy's Buttons had their table set up and were not shy about going after business. 

Another familiar sight on Douglas were the colorful crocheted pieces on the bronze statues designed by Wichita's Tamara Gonzales.  She said she gets up every morning at 3 a.m. to crochet before going to work.  "It's my love - its my passion," said Gonzales.  

City of Wichita's Recreation Supervisor Matt Martinez said this open streets is the biggest.  "It's 4.1 miles long, we have five different activity hubs along the route." 

Gonzales said the city is currently working on next year's Open Streets in April and May.