The annual festival is hit or miss. They have over a dozen storytellers and some a fabulous while others quite the opposite. The town is charming and very friendly. There is a festival atmosphere with the set up large tents from which listeners rotate. One must be careful in making your choice of which tellers to hear in these tents so that you will be properly entertained.
Fair warning-- most tents are hot and extremely crowded (except for the less popular tellers). Seats are too close together and it is hard to shuffle down the rows. As for food, the local restaurants are limited but very good. However, the food tents and trucks are the worst in expensive and crappy fast food.
Parking is an absolute nightmare. If you are not early enough to pay for an expensive space close in, one must park miles away and take a free bus. This involves a lot of inconvenience and waiting.
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