The Clermont City Council approved the request of Clermont Downtown Partnership to bring many of their events back to the Downtown area, beginning with the Clermont Harvest Festival on October 31.  
Oct. 31 – Clermont Harvest Festival 
100 vendors are expected between 8th Street and City Hall. The roads will be closed from 8 am-5 pm and the festival will be from 10 am-4 pm.
Nov.  6 – First Friday Food Trucks 
A variety of Food trucks and a band on the steps of City Hall.
Nov. 14 – Clermont Candy Cane Craft and Gift Show
100 vendors between 8th St. and City Hall, a slide bounce for kids from 10 am – 4 pm.
Every Sunday – Clermont Farmer’s Market from 9 am – 1 pm. The Market is located around City Hall, 685 W. Montrose St. Free Parking and Fresh Air.
(The CDC has made changes to ensure that its events are as safe and healthy as possible). 
Also coming –  Special Events Through The End of the Calendar Year
(It was scheduled for March 28, and will now be live on Saturday, Oct. 17!.)
11/14     Trailblazer Disc Golf Tournament, Lake Hiawatha
*12/4       Light Up Clermont, Downtown
*12/5       Light Up Clermont Parade, Downtown
(Light Up Clermont events may change its venue and format )
12/12     Tour De Clermont, Victory Pointe
12/19     Santa’s Twilight 5K, Victory Pointe
More Fun 
10/17Wine Walk, hosted by Corelli’s Pantry, 732 W. Montrose St., Clermont.  Taste 15+ wines, shop 6 pm – 9 pm. Sample 15+ wines, browse the shops and enjoy live music. Tickets on sale for $15 a person at Corellis’ Pantry.
Clermont Brewing Company, 750 W Desoto St., Downtown Clermont.Live entertainmentcraft beer and food. Visit the website CBC to see who’s playing at the Brewery.
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