The 2015 Homegrown Festival

. September 1, 2015.
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The 2015 Homegrown Festival showcases the “best” of our regions locally grown food and drink in the form of a sweet party. Dance to some music while chomping on the freshest carrots around, or munch on some kale between sips of beer, mead, or cider made fresh by the contestants in the Homebrew Competition.

6-10pm Saturday, September 12.
N. Fourth Ave.
hgfest.blogspot.com
Free

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