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It hasn’t always been this way in Glendale, when 20,000 or so visitors from Hardin County and beyond swarm into the tiny town for a Saturday every October, making any parking place a valued commodity.
The Glendale Crossing Festival started in 1976 as a bicentennial celebration. Back then, booths selling arts and crafts or food were sprinkled along Glendale’s streets.
Festival chairwoman Sheree Vance, who has been involved with the festival since 1980, said back then, crowds were smaller and visitors could expect to browse 10 to 15 booths.
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