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Garlic Festival to run over two days

STRATFORD - The Stratford Garlic Festival, otherwise known as the festival that stinks, is gearing up for the most “scent-sational” year yet and because there is no such thing as too much garlic, organizers have now announced it will be a two day event.

There will be more garlic growers, more vendors, more seminars, demonstrations, entertainment, more arts and crafts and, as the heart and soul of our festival, more garlic and eclectic garlic treats.

The Kiwanis Club of Stratford is enjoying the strong smell of success this year after being awarded the job-well-done recognition and funding provisions from Celebrate Ontario and Ontario Trillium Foundation.

On Sept. 10  and 11, thousands of people will flock to the festival to enjoy the aromatic array of regionally produced, ethnic and down-home food, to catch a cooking demonstration or two.

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June 03, 2011


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