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Kindle Fest Fills Kerrytown

Kindle Fest Fills Kerrytown
Violet Knyal

The Kindle Fest is an annual German-style holiday market hosted by the Kerrytown District Association that opened on Fri. Dec 1st. From 5-10 p.m., people gathered in Kerrytown to kick off the holiday season.

When guests entered the market, they were greeted with the scent of warm wine, fragrant candles and marshmallows roasting over the fire. Many fun family events were scattered around the market such as a kid’s area, live music from the Pioneer High School choir and Eastern Michigan University’s Low Brass Band, and a s’mores station.

Highlights of the event were the local artists and food vendors who sold a variety of food and wares to attendees. Overall, Kindle Fest is a classic Ann Arbor winter event, and if you weren’t able to attend, make sure to catch it next year.

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Violet Knyal, Journalist
Violet Knyal is a Junior at Community Highschool, she is an experienced photographer but is new to journalism. She is a varsity coxswain on the skyline rowing team and will try to advertise rowing in her articles to draw more attention to the sport.

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