PHOTOS: CliftonFest brings artisan vendors and musicians to neighborhood

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PHOTOS: CliftonFest brings artisan vendors and musicians to neighborhood

Creator of Boogie Bones, Barb Piatt and her dog Boogie show off her homemade dog treats. She bakes many different flavors of dog treats and has begun working on new recipes for cat treats as well. Some of the flavors she offers are Liverlicious Treats, Peanut Butter Bones and Cheesy Paws.

Creator of Boogie Bones, Barb Piatt and her dog Boogie show off her homemade dog treats. She bakes many different flavors of dog treats and has begun working on new recipes for cat treats as well. Some of the flavors she offers are Liverlicious Treats, Peanut Butter Bones and Cheesy Paws.

Photo by Ally Jasper

Creator of Boogie Bones, Barb Piatt and her dog Boogie show off her homemade dog treats. She bakes many different flavors of dog treats and has begun working on new recipes for cat treats as well. Some of the flavors she offers are Liverlicious Treats, Peanut Butter Bones and Cheesy Paws.

Photo by Ally Jasper

Photo by Ally Jasper

Creator of Boogie Bones, Barb Piatt and her dog Boogie show off her homemade dog treats. She bakes many different flavors of dog treats and has begun working on new recipes for cat treats as well. Some of the flavors she offers are Liverlicious Treats, Peanut Butter Bones and Cheesy Paws.

Ally Jasper, Contributer

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The Clifton Fest completed its third annual gathering this past weekend in Clifton on Ludlow Ave. Vendors displayed their products, artists covered sidewalks with drawings, and musicians performed throughout each day’s festivities.

To kick off Friday evening, Ludlow Wine sponsored wine tastings that were accompanied by jazz music performed by the Wade Baker Collective. Later, Om Eco Café held the Artist’s Reception which featured Scott Donaldson, the creator of the mural “Table” on the corner of 7th and Vine St. in Cincinnati.

Saturday morning began with Tracy Walker’s folk music followed by a routine from Pones Inc, a group that uses elaborate movements to express their ideas and opinions. The night ended with a Zumba class dancing through Ludlow Ave.

On Sunday It’s Yoga hosted a class on Clifton Plaza for any and all participants. Runners in a 5k race could be seen running through Burnet Woods. In the afternoon, a pet parade sponsored by Howell Avenue Pet Hospital and Care Center took place in the Annunciation Church parking lot.

 

See our CliftonFest photo gallery below.

 

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