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Hops & Harvest

Time: October 12, 2013 all day
Location: Marble Brewery
Event Type: music
Organized By: Downtown Growers Market
Latest Activity: Oct 12, 2013

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Our annual fundraiser to support the Downtown Growers' Market @ Marble Brewery! Join us for live music by Zoltan Orkestar, Temporary Tattoos, and Let it Grow: a Grateful Dead Tribute band.  There will also be a live painting by artist Nikki Zabicki, a raffle with tons of prizes, food trucks, and lots of Community Spirit!  This is an ALL AGES, FREE event!  DowntownGrowers.com

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Comment by Debby S on October 12, 2013 at 8:32pm

Link to Marble Brewery does not lead to address of Marble Brewery.

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