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Morro Bay Harbor Festival

 Set against the Morro Rock

The rain didn't stop Morro Bayans and their visitors from enjoying the festival this past weekend.  There was some slight chaos when electricity was disrupted when the festival opened on Saturday, October 4, 2008. When electricity and the sun returned, the festival fell into full swing of entertainment, food, fun and lots of activity. 

Sand Scuplture

There's something for everyone.  As is the tradition, a gigantic sand scuplture greets visitors at the South (main) entrance.  Adults and kids were treated to live performances by local high school bands, and other civic groups.  Families brought their children to check out the bay, visit the Coast Guard and simply bounce around in the play areas.

Live Performance

 

Train ride

At the Seafood Pavilion and Wine Tasting, the bands strummed and courted patrons to linger and sample some of the finest tasties and great wine selections from 28 participating wineries.  The abalcore kebabs were my favorite. Many participated in the clam chowder tasting contest on Saturday, October 4, 2008, while others tasted and vied over which oysters were best on Sunday, October 5, 2008.

more to whet your taste

Wine-Tasting Pavilion

The wide range of products offered this year was also tempting.  Accessories, customized handmade mail boxes, handcarved wooden lounge chairs, special knits, leather bags, health products, hair products, clothing were a shortlist of the many offerings at this year's festival.

Vendor Lane

Many returned the next day, Sunday, October 5, a bright and beautiful day for the coast.  They continued to enjoy the festival to its end. 

If you plan to visit, the Morro Bay Harbor Festival is held annually during the first weekend of October.

Posted: Friday, October 17, 2008 12:48 AM by Sherry Peckhoon Sim

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