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July 2011 Festivals List

June 29, 2011

Summer has officially begun and temperatures are hot.  The colors of red, white, and blue, BBQ, parades, concerts, and fireworks are the sights, sounds, and tastes Americans can expect during the first weekend of July.  Almost every city or town will have free events where people can enjoy the outdoors and watch the fireworks.  Enjoy the rest of the month with all things outdoor, attending cultural or food festivals such as the famous Garlic festival or many mor

*I will be continuously updating the information, but always check the websites.

$= adult admission is more than $10

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  1. Anonymous permalink
    June 30, 2011 3:25 pm

    ok i thought munchathon was some sort of ethnic food ..HAHA. OH MAN. loving the site so far dine! good work!
    -jinny

    • June 30, 2011 7:01 pm

      LOL. I was debating whether I should post it, but I figured it’s part of the food truck culture that has grown so big and they serve all kinds of food.

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