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Opening events on the Friday saw a mini street festival by the viagra generic brand'>viagra generic brand river with eats from the culinary students at Fenshaw College. As dusk fell, I ran into The Hungry Cat as the sparklers were being lit. Over the weekend, lots of familiar faces were about. The next day saw the street set up with produce vendors and craftsmen. In the city square, tents were set up where classes and generic cialis overnight workshops would run throughout the day.
There was a lot of food that weekend, culminating in Sunday’s tasting event. I’ll post those tomorrow hopefully!