The Twin Cities Guide to Summer Festivals

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St. Paul Music in the Parks

Tap your toes to the sounds of summer in St. Paul with the annual Music in the Parks series, featuring live music at the Como Park Pavilion and Mears Park. stpaul.gov

Minneapolis Music and Movies in the Park

Beginning Memorial Day weekend, this annual outdoor event series brings concerts varying from classic rock, jazz, hip hop, folk, classical, and concert bands to a slew of Minny parks, as well as popular movies, courtesy of the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board. Don’t miss the delish food trucks! minneapolisparks.org


Pride isn’t just for June. Celebrate LGBTQ history and impact all summer long, with local and regional festivals, camps, and events including the new “Going Out, Coming In” exhibit at the Mill City Museum, the Queer Woman’s Pride Dance, drag shows, picnics, and more.  tcpride.org

Under the Canopy

Originating from the early days of the pandemic, this intimate, outdoor setting encourages folks to settle in and experience live music, with acts including Indigenous, The Steepwater Band, The Alarmists, Elno, Mark Joseph and American Soul, and more. thehookmpls.com/under-the-canopy


Every Thursday, June 15–July 27

Located in White Bear Lake, this family-oriented event features a kiddie parade, live music (including from Minty Hippo, Sawyer’s Dream, The Bad Companions), and over 180 street vendors from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Take a step back in time with the classic car show from 5:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. marketfestwbl.com

Open Streets Mpls

Various dates

This festival transforms the streets of Minneapolis into a lively environment, where people walk, bike, rollerblade, and connect with others in their community, without cars. openstreetsmpls.org


Flint Hills Family Festival 

June 1–2 

Downtown St.Paul’s Rice Park and the Ordway light up with nationally renowned artists and performers with free public transportation fare, Latin dancing, live music from The String Queens, Koo Koo Kanga Roo, and The ReMINDers, and an electrifying performance from Lightwire Theater. ordway.org/festival 

St. Anthony Park Arts Festival 

June 3 

Did someone say “plant sale”? This St. Paul art fair includes more than 60 juried artists, one of the best book sales in the area, family-friendly art activities, and musicians, creating a charming outdoor celebration on the first Saturday in June. sapfest.org

Art in the Hollow 

June 3 

Explore this gem in the art community, wandering through the “reimagined ruins of city history,” to find tons of local art. Park your car at Saint Paul Brewing, then search for the art, food, and community you’ll find at this fest from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. (It won’t take you long to find it!) artinthehollow.org 


June 3

Make a splashin’ impact on local lakes at this zero-waste event at Lake Phalen Park, offering opportunities to learn about land and water conservation, wildlife, and clean water. Paddle boats, canoes, and kayaks are available to check out, then there’s fishing lessons and a fishing contest (with prizes!), climbing walls, a jump castle, arts and crafts, face painting, lawn games, water games, and a water bar with water flights. rwmwd.org/events/waterfest 

Twin Cities West Metro Asian Fair 

June 3 

Celebrate Asian culture and community at this annual festival at Plymouth’s Hilde Performance Center from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., featuring Asian food, performances, family-friendly activities, cultural displays, and traditional Chinese dance and folk music. tcasianfair.org 

The Rhubarb Festival

June 3

This fest celebrates everything about Lanesboro’s favorite veg. Catch the return of beloved events including the Rhubarb Run and Rhubarb Tasting Event, but don’t miss recurring favs including a rhubarb fashion show, arts and crafts, and even goats! rhubarbfestival.org

Train Days 

June 3–4, Union Depot 

Choo choo! All aboard for Union Depot’s annual Train Days, a free fest that celebrates all things trains and transportation. Take a tour of train equipment, check out model trains, and chomp on yummy concessions. Kids will love the steam locomotive photography exhibit and family-friendly activities. It’s full-steam ahead! uniondepot.org/traindays

Grand Old Day 

June 4

After three years, St. Paul’s Grand Old Day is back and better than ever! Kick off your summer on Grand Avenue with a parade, two-mile fun run, car show, and live music from acts including The Jayhawks, Bad Bad Hats, Sophia Eris, and more. grandave.com/events/grandoldday 

Judy Garland Festival

June 8–11

Celebrate the life and legacy of Grand Rapids’s magical actress, whose twinkly shoes still inspire awe in children around the globe. Check out museum tours, a tea party, bus tour, and musical tributes. Plus, every day has a dress-up theme, ranging from Summer Stock to Hollywood Glam. judygarlandmuseum.com

Rosé Fest 

June 10 

Bigger. Better. Bubblier. That’s this year’s Rosé Fest, where Mpls.St.Paul Magazine encourages you to bring your crew for a bubbly brew and #DrinkPink. Tune into summer beats by DJ Shannon Blowtorch, snap a pic at the pink carpet, check out the local makers market, and chomp on snacks and sip rosé all day. mspmag.com/eat-and-drink/rosefest 

St. Paul Summer Beer Fest

June 10

Live music, good food, and a silent auction accompany a wide range of beer samples from over 50 breweries, right on the Minnesota State Fairgrounds. Whether you’re a casual beer enthusiast  or a true connoisseur, this festival is for you. stpaulsummerbeerfest.com

Excelsior Art on the Lake

June 10-11

Featuring over 120 vendors, this art fair highlights the creativity and handicraft of local artists. Surrounded by beautiful Lake Minnetonka and tasty local eateries, this must-see spectacular garners over 18,000 art admirers.  excelsiorlakeminnetonkachamber.com/art-on-the-lake/


June 10–11

You may recall a childhood spent scribbling chalk drawings on your parents’ driveway as a kid, but that’s nothing compared to the incredible art pieces that local chalk artists create at the 8th annual Chalkfest at Arbor Lakes in Maple Grove. chalkfestmaplegrove.com 

Manitou Days

June 15–July 4 

This three-week summer fest is a rite of passage for White Bear Lake ‘burbians, kicking off with Marketfest and finishing things off with explosive fireworks on July 4. 50 plus events include a parade, beach dance, kiddie parade, community garage sale, medallion hunt, and so much more. manitoudays.com


June 15–July 27

Check out more than 180 street vendors and live musicians every week on Thursday from 6–9 p.m. as part of the 33rd annual Marketfest, celebrating downtown White Bear Lake. marketfestwbl.com

Cottage Grove Strawberry Festival 

June 15–18 

Chomp on this sweet summer festival—a four-day, family-friendly event with a strawberry pie-eating contest, a doggie dash, beer gardens, live music (including CoConut Tiger, Rhino, Ladies of the 80s, and Tom Sigler), a parade, and—of course—tons of strawberries to boot. Stop by the margarita bar, and stay for the fireworks. cottagegrovestrawberryfest.com


June 16–20

Sure, there’s the big Grand Day Parade, but don’t miss the other events, including a Splash into Summer poll event, expo, Kidtacular, Ecotacular, and a concert—all in St. Louis Park’s Wolfe Park. Plus, don’t miss Sunday’s Juneteenth celebration, plus the Ambassador Coronation on Tuesday. parktacular.org

American Swedish Institute Midsommar Celebration

June 17 

Celebrate the longest day of the year at the American Swedish Institute’s annual festival by making flower head wreaths, singing along to live music, and dancing around the midsommarstång (maypole). Don’t miss performances by Lynx Lynx, Hanneke Cassel, Mike Block, plus a dance party featuring Jake Rudh, founder of Transmission. asimn.org

Stone Arch Bridge Festival

June 17-18 

More than 200 artists, musicians, and food vendors return to this Minny mainstay, offering a true downtown experience. stonearchbridgefestival.com 


June 22–24 

It’s not summer without Summerfest in Oakdale, kicking off with a parade, followed by a carnival and fireworks show, plus a golf tournament, food trucks, live music, a skateboard comp, and a 5K run. What more do you need to celebrate the warmest time of year? Oh yeah, a beer garden. There’s that too. oakdalesummerfest.com

Dew Days

June 22–25 

Did you know that the residents of Farmington drink more Mountain Dew per capita than any other city? It’s true. That’s what inspired the name of their citywide festival, which offers family-friendly musical, artistic, historic, and cultural learning opportunities every summer. farmingtondewdays.com

Roseville Rosefest

June 22–28, July 4

With a parade, the Run for the Roses race, a car show, fireworks, and the culminating party in the park, there may not be much time to stop and smell the roses. cityofroseville.com

Twin Cities Jazz Festival

June 23–24 

Twin Cities Jazz Fest celebrates 25 years of finger-snappin’ music in Mears Park, with plenty of tunes that are sure to get you dancing. twincitiesjazzfestival.com 

Twin Cities Pride

June 23–25

The 51st annual Twin Cities Pride Festival brings a splash of color to Minny, celebrating the LGBTQ community and allies with food, beer, music, and BIPOC and LGBTQ vendors at Loring Park and Parade Park in Minneapolis. Don’t miss the spectacular Pride March on June 25, and dress up in all kinds of colors for the Rainbow Run 5K on June 25. (Racers aged 21+ get a free beer at the end of the race!) tcpride.org

Blaine Festival

June 23–25

This is not your average summertime festival. There’s minnow racing, a tractor pull, an Oreo stacking contest, a Not So Ugly Dog contest, a parade, food, and the opportunity to learn to curl. blainefestival.org

South St. Paul Kaposia Days 

June 23–25 

Let’s go fly a kite… at this annual St. Paul festival. Check out the grand parade, medallion hunt, open skate, pancake breakfast, cornhole tournament, classic car show, and fireworks. kaposiadays.org/site

Summer Fest

June 24

Minnetonka’s annual Summer Fest features all the hallmarks of a memorable warm-weather outing: water wars, food trucks, inflatables, a climbing wall, beer and wine (for adults, of course), a pickleball tournament, live music from The Okee Dokee Brothers and Synergy, and fireworks that end the night with a bang. minnetonkamn.gov

Eagan Art Festival

June 24–25 

Besides the exceptional art available to view and purchase from more than 100 artists and makers, this annual art fair features tasty treats including corn dogs, gyros, mini donuts, and fresh-squeezed lemonade. Plus: art demonstrations at the Art Experience Tent offer an up-close look at the creation and curation of local art. eaganartfestival.org

Afton Strawberry Festival

June 24–25

While many come for the fresh, local strawberries, more stay for the live music, yummy food, and inflatables. This festival is bound to be fun for both parents and kiddos alike. exploreafton.com/strawberry-festival

Apple Valley Freedom Days

June 30–July 4

There’s a car show, fun run, live music, parade, and—of course—food trucks. Finish off the night with a bang with the annual fireworks display on July 4 from 6–10 p.m. avfreedomdays.com


Taste of Minnesota

July 2-3

Coming back for the first time since 2015, the free two-day Taste of Minnesota festival will feature local food, vendors, and live music on Nicollet Mall in downtown Minneapolis, with headliners Big Boi and Third Eye Blind. tasteofmn.com

Lakeville Pan-o-Prog Summer Festival

July 4, 9–16

1, 2, 3, go! Head over to Lakeville for a festival that has just about everything. Satisfy your competitive side with a cribbage, softball, or pickleball tournament, your exercise side with fitness classes in the park, or even just your hunger with the numerous food vendors around. panoprog.org

Karl Oskar Days

July 5–8 

You might be wondering: Who is Karl Oskar? Karl Oskar and Kristina are characters from a book by author Vilhelm Moberg about Swedish emigration to America. This annual festival in Lindström commemorates the town’s largely Swedish heritage with a car show, parade, food vendors, and more. cityoflindstrom.us/karl-oskar-days 

Whiz Bang Days 

July 6–9 

Escape the big city for the small-town charm of Robbinsdale’s annual community celebration, including a block party, parade, and fireworks. robbinsdalewhizbangdays.org

Maple Grove Days

July 12–16

There’s always something to do at this annual Maple Grove event, whether it’s playing bingo, vibing out with outdoor yoga, watching an outdoor movie, or kicking back and watching the fireworks. mgco.org

Sinclair Lewis Days

July 12–16 

There’s no better way to celebrate the roaring 20s (the 2020s of course) than at Sinclair Lewis Days. Dress up to experience history exhibits, outdoor movies, and live music.


Spirit of the Lakes Festival 

July 13–15

Just like its name, this festival in Mound truly captures the spirit of the lakes, situated on Lake Minnetonka. Do lakeside yoga, watch boat-in movies, and celebrate the 10,000 reasons why Minnesota—and its 10,000+ lakes—are great. spiritofthelakes.com

International Festival of Burnsville

July 15

Travel the globe while staying in Minnesota at this summer fest. Experience the traditions and practices of many different cultures with demonstrations from Colombian, Ukrainian, Somalian, and Irish organizations. Here, you can truly celebrate the diversity of Minnesota. intlfestburnsville.org

Dragon Festival  

July 15

Yes, you read that right, a dragon festival! Celebrate Pan-Asian culture while dragon boats race across Lake Phalen. That’s not all though—there are martial arts demonstrations, a dragon dance parade, and other family-friendly activities. facebook.com/MSPDragonFest

27th Annual Raspberries and Wine Festival 

July 15

It’s a bit of paradise right in your backyard. Join Chisago City’s Winehaven Winery for hourly vineyard tours, wine-tasting events, and the release of their new raspberry wine (!), all with no admission fee. winehaven.com

Minnehaha Falls Art Fair 

July 14–16

Artists sell their woodworking, jewelry, and photography at this Minneapolis-based art festival, while you take a bite (or two… or three…) from one of the many mouthwatering options available from food vendors. minnehahafallsartfair.com

Lumberjack Days 

July 14–16

Embrace Minnesota’s lumberjack history (and culture!) at Stillwater’s annual Lumberjack Days, including lumberjack shows, parade, downhill derby, a 5K and 10K race, and boat cruise. Plus: don’t miss the live music lineup including Honeybutter, Clay Fulton and The Lost Forty, Yam Haus, and Koo Koo Kanga Roo. lumberjackdays.com

Bean Hole Days

July 18–19

This rootin’ tootin’ fun festival in Pequot Lakes offers a craft fair, kid’s activities, food vendors, and yes, plenty of beans. Witness cast-iron skillets filled with beans as they are buried to cook overnight. Then join the other 3,000 visitors as they enjoy the delicious result the following day. business.brainerdlakeschamber.com

Excelsior Crazy Days

July 21–23 

Crazy deals, crazy cool, crazy days. Water Street will be lined with stores and restaurants supporting limited-time offerings. Sales so good you’ll be thinking, I must be going crazy! excelsiorlakeminnetonkachamber.com

Hastings Rivertown Days

July 21–23 

Although “days” may be in the title, there is still so much to do at night. Take a walk by the Mississippi River, dance to the live music, or hit the carnival for games and rides. Here, you’ll truly understand why Hastings is the Rivertown. rivertowndaysmn.com/

Minneapolis Aquatennial 

July 19–22 

Come see why so many people love Minneapolis, with a torchlight parade and fireworks display. The Aquatennial is a perfect way to celebrate all that Minnesota’s biggest city has to offer. aquatennial.com

Slice of Shoreview Days 

July 21–23 

There’s a slice of fun for everyone at Shoreview’s annual summer party with a parade, food, and the Taste of Shoreview. Sliceofshoreview.com

Rosemount Leprechaun Days

July 22–29

While leprechauns are purportedly small, this festival is sure to be big fun. From yoga, rollerskating, chess, ice cream, and more, this festival will feel like the pot o’ gold at the end of the rainbow.  leprechaundays.org

Anoka County Fair

July 25–30 

Don’t miss all that the Anoka Fair has to offer, from the grandstand shows of motocross and Tyler Carr to kid’s games and face painting. anokacountyfair.com


July 30–August 5

Experience the cultural diversity of Eden Prairie with live music and dance performances from people representing numerous different backgrounds and experiences. Do crafts, watch movies, and attend the PeopleFest Party to round out your day. edenpr.org

Kolacky Days

July 28–30

Yes, this is a festival dedicated solely to dessert, and it’s as good as it sounds! Stuff your face with this delicious pastry as you watch parades and play games all weekend long in Montgomery. montgomerymn.org

​​Blueberry/Arts Festival 

July 28–30 in Ely

There’s no feeling blue at this annual blueberry festival. Join over 30,000 visitors as they shop local artisans and eat tons of—you guessed it—blueberry pie. It’s sure to be a sweet time. 


Loring Park Art Festival 

July 29–30

For two days, recognize the impact of local art, culture, entertainment, music, and food in the bustling downtown Minneapolis. There are over 140 vendors, live music, and kid-friendly activities, offering a number of great ways to fill up your summer afternoon. loringparkartfestival.com

Chaska River City Days

July 29–30

Live music, good food, and games—oh my! Join Chaska as area folks showcase their unique local organizations while giving back to their community. chaskarivercitydays.org


Bemidji Dragon Boat Festival 

August 2–5

You’ll soar with excitement at the 17th annual Dragon Boat Festival this August. Watch as dragon boats race across the river, or participate in a 5K race yourself. This festival is sure to get you fired up. bemidjidragonboat.com 

Uptown Art Fair

August 4–6

Experience art that is as lively as Minneapolis itself. Shop from over 340 local artists in the heart of Uptown. What’s more, many of the proceeds go directly back to the community. So do some good while looking at great art. uptownminneapolis.com/uptown-art-fair

Powderhorn Art Fair 

August 5–6 

Get your daily dose of art from over 150 vendors, spanning over 20 mediums from artists all over the nation, along with interactive art installations. powderhornartfair.com

Minnesota Fringe Festival 

August 3–13 

Minnesota Fringe Festival hits center stage for its 30th year, showcasing local theater and dance organizations. With over 600 performances, there are many ways to engage with the performing arts—just be sure to get there before curtain close. minnesotafringe.org

Irish Fair of Minnesota

August 11–13

You’ll be coming away with the luck o’ the Irish after you visit this annual fair. Bagpipes, Irish dancing, and even native Irish dogs will be the highlights of your trip while you sip on a traditional Irish pint. irishfair.com

Minnesota Garlic Festival 

August 12

Crush, chop, and mince your way through the Garlic Festival with chef demonstrations, live music, and of course lots and lots of garlic. By stopping by this local fest, you’ll also support rural farmers in Minnesota. While garlic may be stinky, you’ll be doing something sweet. mngarlicfest.com

Vadnais Heights Heritage Days

August 14–20

Save the date for this community festival, with plenty of activities for kids including bean-bag toss and a medallion hunt. And yes, parents, there are even activities for you, including a car show and softball tournament. cityvadnaisheights.com

Kids Fest

August 17

Splash into summer with the annual Kids Fest hosted by the City of Plymouth. There will be inflatables, prizes, and (shh, parents, don’t tell your kids) just a little bit of learning. Reserve your wristbands now. plymouthmn.gov

Ki Chi Saga Days

August 17–20

Head to Chisago City for this energetic and action-packed festival. Start off by exploring food and art shows, then head over to watch the skateboarding competition or parades. Wrap up the day by participating in a pie-eating contest and fireworks.  ci.chisago.mn.us/kichisaga

Woodbury Days 

August 18–20

There’s a basketball tournament, beer tent, bingo tent, business fair, car show, carnival, fireworks, grand parade, kids activities, live music, a volleyball tournament, and the annual Taste of Woodbury event. Just don’t forget to catch your breath. Woodburydays.com

Heritage Days Festival 

August 18–20 

Nothing says “summer” more than spending your days under the sun. Join the first Heritage Days in two years, featuring outdoor movies, mud volleyball, and tractor pulls, right in beautiful St. Paul Park. stpaulpark.org/heritagedays

Eden Prairie Arts in the Park

August 19

If you just can’t get enough of Minnesota art shows, this one’s for you. Buy local art, beauty products, and food dishes situated in the peaceful Purgatory Creek Park. eplocalnews.org/events-archive/arts-in-the-park-639-687/

Spelmansstämma Festival

August 19

This fine-fiddle festival in Scandia boasts a spirited collection of activities, all celebrating Swedish culture. Learn about stringed instruments, or participate in arts and crafts. You’ll soon realize this isn’t your typical Minnesota festival. gammelgardenmuseum.org

Minnesota Renaissance Festival 

August 19–October 1

One of Minnesota’s most popular events is back for another year. Travel back in time while chomping on a turkey leg, watching old-fashioned jousting, riding a horse, or playing carnival games. You’ll never want to come back to the year 2023. renaissancefest.com

Como Park Japanese Obon Festival (Lantern Festival)

August 20

Como Park Conservatory hosts a celebration of Japanese culture, filled with martial arts, dancing, and crafts. Wrap up your visit by lighting a lantern to honor the Japanese tradition of the Obon holiday, which commemorates the return of deceased ancestors’ spirits. comozooconservatory.org

Minnesota State Fair

August 24-September 4

The Great Minnesota Get-Together, Minnesota’s swan song of summer, will have all its iconic food and events from Pronto Pups to the Giant Slide, Grandstand performances, and more. mnstatefair.org


August 25–27 

From gyros to pastitsio, baklava to sugar cookies, Rochester’s GreekFest has served up authentic Greek since 1963. greekfestrochester.com 


St. Paul Oktoberfest 

September 8–9 

Grab a pint, or two, or three, as you munch on traditional German food such as bratwursts, pretzels, currywurst, and potato pancakes. It will be a wunderbar time. gaimn.org/calendar/oktoberfest

James J. Hill Days 

September 8–10 

Celebrate the history of the renowned James J. Hill, once the owner of the Great Northern Railroad Company, which transformed Wayzata into the bougie food-and-retail destination it is today. Check out the craft beer fest, carnival, logrolling, doggy Olympics, fireworks, parade, airshow, and live music. Jamesjhilldays.wayzatachamber.com

Minneapolis Monarch Festival

September 9 

Before they all head off for the winter, monarch butterflies will be a central theme for this festival, filled with arts and crafts, dances, and native plant sales. You can also get an up close and personal with the butterflies, offering a once-a-year kind of educational experience. monarchfestival.org

St. Louis Park Art Fair 

September 9

Come for the art, and stay for the entertainment. Support youth artists at the MiniMarket, featuring original art from youth ages 8–18. slpfota.org/artfair

Edina Fall Into the Arts Festival 

September 9–10 

Fall in love with the arts at this festival in Edina. Shop local vendors under the sunny backdrop of Centennial Lakes Park. edinafallintothearts.com

Eagan Art Block

September 9–23 

Block out time in your schedule for the Eagan Art Block. It’s a two-week celebration of art, culture, and learning for the whole family. Watch artists sculpt pottery right before your eyes, and even make something yourself. cityofeagan.com/artblock

Grape Stomp Festival 

September 15–17 

Enjoy a bottle of wine (or two) at this annual fest at Alexandria’s Carlos Creek Winery, featuring live music, food, art, beer, and of course grape stomping. ccwgrapestomp.com

Wild Rice Festival 

September 16

Embrace autumn in Minnesota, and immerse yourself in Roseville’s annual celebration of wild rice and Native American culture. Check out dancers, apple cider pressing, storytelling, traditional wild rice harvesting, honey extraction demonstrations and delicious foods including wild rice (of course!) and fry bread. cityofroseville.com 

CLUES Fiesta Latina

September 16 

Celebrate Latino culture and art at this family-friendly festival, featuring art, music, dance, food, raffles (and prizes!), and more. clues.org

Waconia Nickle Dickle Day 

September 16 

There’s a duck race, craft fair, book sale, live music, 5K and 10K fun runs, and the Nickle Dickle Run for kiddos, plus a classic car and truck show, mechanical bull ride, and plenty of great chomps and chugs. nickledickle.com 

Minnesota Children’s Book Festival 

September 16 

Marvel at the wonder of children’s literature—and the people behind some of the best books for kids—at the 24th annual Minnesota Children’s Book Festival in Red Wing. Meet authors and illustrators including Stephen Shaskan, Anika Fajardo, Lauren Stringer, Phyllis Root, and Erin Soderberg Downing, and stock up on books made available by St. Paul’s Red Balloon Bookshop. andersoncenter.org/bookfest

MinnesoThai Street Food Festival

September 16–17 

Fire dancing, a papaya salad-eating contest, and a monk blessing—see that and so much more at St. Louis Park’s annual celebration of authentic Thai street food and cultural performances, featuring live music, art and souvenirs, a beer and wine garden, kids’ bouncy houses, Thai folk dance, and a fashion show. discoverstlouispark.com

Lakeville Art Festival 

September 16–17 

There’s the usual suspects of any local art fair—local artists, live music, food, and art demonstrations—but there’s also the wholesome community art project. lakevilleartscenterfriends.org/art-festival

Twin Cities Veg Fest 

September 17 

Omnivores, vegetarians, and vegans alike will appreciate the biggest plant-based festival in the Midwest at Harriet Island Park. Check out a slew of plant-based foods from multiple vendors, aiming to create more empathy for animals and help Minnesotans move toward a more plant-based diet. tcvegfest.com  

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