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THIRD WEEK -A 39 year tradition of Ellinwood, the After Harvest Festival is a wonderful celebration that brings visitors from near and far. The festival offers something for everyone. Make plans to join us for the After Harvest Festival. It is always held the third weekend of July.

After Harvest Festival


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