The Clarion Content team was out at the Eno Festival en masse. And why not, the Festival for the Eno, after a few down years, is back on a terrific roll. It is a showcase of Durham’s diversity, great food, music, and abundant local greenery. Not to mention, that it is a fabulous place to get informed about what is going on in the community, to participate civically.
Your editor spent a good bit of the afternoon enjoying the entertainment, and also saw groups from both of the co-opted major political parties, as well as the the Green Party and the Libertarians. I had an opportunity to have fantastic, informative, and encouraging conversations with representatives from the Ellerbe Creek Watershed Association and Seeds, two groups with their eyes focused on improving our individual and collective futures.
Clarion Content curator and social media manager, Maria DelGobbo, volunteered at the festival. She noted that the crowds were stupendous and enthused, perhaps in a related note, everyone mentioned that it wasn’t hot as last year.
Our outstanding new photographer, Melissa Key, was on hand capturing the crowds and the bands that brought them out, and had them dancing and moving and shaking to the music. She saw both the headliner Bombadil, and the up-and-comers that everybody was talking about before and afterward, Mipso.
Even more photos coming soon on the Clarion Content Tumblr.
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