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Sunday, August 2, 2009

Sterling Fest 2009

Three beautiful summer days graced the Sterling Fest and its art and music, dancing and rides for all ages. Utica Road closed down in Sterling Heights for the city's biggest family festival July 30, 31 and August 1. There was no admission and free parking, free shuttles, with bands playing on three different stages. Sizzling food cooking on grills everywhere from the Polish Century Club "Got pierogis?", BDs Mongolian Barbecue, the Loon River Café, Ike's, Buscemi's Pizza, Red Hot & Blue, Antonio's, Buffalo Wild Wings, Coach's Ice Cream and many more. Sterling Fest is like a family reunion. People come to hang out and see friends from by-gone years. Well over 100,000 people attended.

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