Greensprings Mountain Festival
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This is the Greensprings Mountain Festival- 2nd Annual! We will have 6 Bands (starting at 1 pm on a huge outside stage)- Art and Craft Vendors (including- paintings, art, jewelry, face painting, Indian Art, + more!!) Food Vendors (Featuring Figgy's and Pinehurst Inn and Pinehurst School), plus workshops (starting at 9 am- including Mono-painting- and a Bike Ride and a Hike and a Kayak Demo!).
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Come out to The Pinehurst Inn at 17250 Highway 66- just 23 miles East of Ashland and 32 miles West of Klamath Falls for a day in the Mountains of cool fun! We also will have Beer and Wine Booth and a Wine Tasting!!
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