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The Eaux Claires Music & Art Festival photographed Saturday, July 18.
The festivities will include free samples of new and classic fair foods from Blue Moon, French Meadow Bakery, Izzy's, Minnesnowii, Minnesota Wine Country and Pickle Dog.
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