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A Fond Farewell http://conta.cc/1bAf9xq A Fond Farewellconta.ccIt is with a mix of sadness and excitement that I announce my departure from SEMAP. My last day at SEMAP will be January 15th. My time as executive director
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Don't miss Somerville Local First's 5th Annual Harvest Fest 2013 TOMORROW! Join…
Don't miss Somerville Local First's 5th Annual Harvest Fest 2013 TOMORROW! Join us tomorrow for delicious food from some of Somerville's best local restaurants and brewers, great live music, games & much more! Tickets still available here: http://bit.ly/raQT5e
Located at the Center for the Arts at the Armory, 191 Highland Ave in Somerville. There will be two fun-filled sessions: 2 pm to 5 pm and 6 pm to 9 pm.
Ticket Prices are:
$35.00 General Admission
$55.00 V.I.P Admission
Check out this year's Harvest Fest food and drink vendors:
Berkshire Brewing Company
Blue Hills Brewery
Clown Shoes Beer
Cisco Brewers Nantucket
Mayflower Brewing Company
Pretty Things Beer & Ale Project
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