St. William puts summer spin on annual festival

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New August date draws crowds out for food, fun

By Ben Wiebesiek

FORT LUPTON — As the tejano band unloaded its equipment and prepared to take the stage, Michael Herrera, a young man in a crisp white dress shirt and black vest, took to the keyboard to play the Moonlight Sonata by Beethoven. The crowd was thrilled.
    The eclectic taste isn’t limited to music at the annual festival put on each year by St. William Catholic Church. The food vendors were busy serving up a mixture of hot dogs, Indian tacos, snow cones and churros Aug. 17 and 18.

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