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Cooking up a good time: Folk Fest at The Grove draws large crowd despite storms
Glenview History Center Co-Curator Mitchell Ransdell serves up Folk Fest favorite pulled pork stew Sunday, Oct. 7, at Folk Fest at The Grove. Photos by Sarah Haider/ 22nd Century Media
The Young Stracke All-Stars play their instruments at Folk Fest Sunday, Oct. 7.
Ariela and Talia Cortesi make bread dough with help from volunteer Kendall Vega Sunday, Oct. 7, at Folk Fest at The Grove in Glenview.
Christine Gomoll and Scott Henrichs feed Steve the Sloth at the Walk on the Wild Side show Sunday, Oct. 7, at Folk Fest at The Grove in Glenview.
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Sarah Haider, Freelance Reporter
3:38 pm CDT October 12, 2018
A little rain couldn’t keep the crowds away at The Grove’s annual Folk Fest on Sunday, Oct. 7.
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