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Tuesday, August 28, 2007

Taste of Clermont - and more festivals

I've spent a busy summer planning a wedding, so I unfortunately haven't had much time to check out the area festivals. But man, it's easy to forget how many they are. We had dinner at Carlo and Johnny's last weekend, and the band was saying how thin the crowds were, since Taste of Blue Ash was in town that weekend!

Coming up Sept. 7-9: Taste of Clermont County in Batavia.

Here are more fall festivals for your amusement.

And as we head into fall, bookmark this site for corn mazes, pumpkin patches and haunted houses.


at 12:36 PM Anonymous Anonymous said...

they are? And why the superfluous commas? One before and was sufficient.

at 12:44 PM Anonymous Greg said...

The Taste of Blue Ash wasn't the only major festival going on last weekend. Germania PArk Octoberfest ran out of food on Sunday night due to the large crowds and the Brew HaHa event at Sawyer Point was very well attended from what I saw on Saturday night.

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