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Lexington Blueberry Festival offers something for everyone

Story By: Brigitte Coles

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 8/16/2013

The 11th Annual Blueberry Festival opened Thursday under sunny skies for festival goers.

 Lisa Beilstein, festival chairwoman, saud this year's festival features more than 64 vendors, food, fireworks, a petting zoo, camel rides for people of all ages, and pony rides.

 Katie Getz, festival family events coordinator, said the festival offers something for everyone.

The festival also features Blueberry Idol, 5K and Color Blast Run, car and bike show, and huge rummage sale at the former Neer Building at 265 S.Mill St.

The festival continues through Sunday with the popular parade at 2 p.m.

   
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