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Grateful Grahams owner organizes Covington festival

A new festival featuring music, food, art and other activities is taking place in October.
 
Grateful Grahams owner Rachael DesRochers created the Good People Festival in an effort to create an all-ages, family experience.  DesRochers came up with the idea with her friend, Ian Mathieu, when the two were at a music festival.
 
"I look at this event as a signature event to Grateful Grahams," DesRochers says. "Something that we can do every year that has our name behind it, that represents our company, our mission and values, and brings the community together."
 
The group partnered with Whole Foods Market and Green BEAN Delivery, who will also host kids activities throughout the day.
 
"We have an entire corner that's dedicated to kids activities," DesRochers says. "So the parents can even just say, 'Hey, let's go do a craft,' and they can take a break."
 
The event will feature more than 20 vendors, including Happy Chicks Bakery, the Delish Dish, Wearable Prayers, Maggie's Farm, Arnold's Bar & Grill and MadTree Brewery, among others.
 
"We've been able to pull from other parts of the city, not just Cincinnati or Northern Kentucky," DesRochers says. "Families can come out the day of the event, they can have lunch there, they can grab a beer, listen to one of seven bands that are going to be playing."
 
Americana/folk band Buffalo Wabs and the Price Hill Hustle is headlining the event. The festival will also feature a "gratitude wall," on which people can write what they're grateful for.
 
The Good People Festival takes place October 12, at Baker Hunt Art and Cultural Center in Covington from 12-6 p.m., and is free to the public.

Read more articles by Kyle Stone.

Kyle is a freelance writer based in Cincinnati. When he isn't writing, he's making music, riding his bike and taking photos of his adventures.
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