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Daemon
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Frankenmuth Bavarian Festival

Religious leaders in Bavaria sent a group of 15 Franconians to Michigan's Saginaw Valley in 1845 to set up a mission for the Indians. The settlement, known as Frankenmuth, retained its Bavarian roots and soon attracted other German immigrants. The Frankenmuth Bavarian Festival, held in June each year to celebrate the town's German heritage, features a dance tent resembling a German biergarten with German dance bands and beverages, as well as farm tours, arts and crafts displays, a parade featuring the festival's Bavarian Princess, and well-known entertainers of German origin. More...
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Thursday's weather was perfect for those attending the opening of the 56th annual Frankenmuth Bavarian Festival. All of the planning and preparations of the Civic Events Council came together for the kickoff of Michigan's "Little Bavaria" celebration. The festival will continue through Sunday, June 15th.
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Everything´s very nice but, where are the Indians?
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