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Upcoming Planning Meetings for 2015 ComFest:

Sunday, July 12, 1 PM Follow-up meeting

Tuesday, July 21, 7:30 PM Follow-up meeting

 Meetings are held at Goodale Park in the north end of the shelter house building

 

 

We Had Another Happy ComFest !

Thanks for volunteering and enjoying Community Festival
despite the weather and abbreviated entertainment schedule

 

Click to view the 2015 Program Guide

Click here for the PDF version ( Compatible with smart phones and tablets )

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Program Guide Correction: On pgs. 24, 25, 27 and 42 the incorrect organization was listed for speakers and a workshop. The speakers and presenters are from Responsible Ohio and not Responsible Ohioans for Cannabis - two different groups. Check out responsibleohioans.org to explore the differences. Sorry from ComFest to both groups.

Schedule additions: Kid Friendly performance by The The Shazzbots Saturday at Live Arts at 12:35PM

fo/mo/deep will now be the band closing out the festival Sunday night at 7 PM on the Jazz Stage

 

 

 

Some of the crowd at the ComFest Annual Membership Meeting May 7, 2015

 

 
This is it! The Official 2015 ComFest Logo soon to appear on all volunteer T-shirts, beer mugs and Program Guide cover. Thank you to all the artists who submitted their work this year. The decision was difficult with so many great submissions.
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Remember - the only way to get a T-shirt is to volunteer. Sign up today.
 

ComFest Grants - 2015 grant awards were announced at the Membership Meeting

 

2014 Program Guide (click here)

 


 

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The Community Festival Statement of Principles

We think that people ought to work for the collective good of all people rather than for personal gain. We support cooperation and collective activity rather than competition and individual profit.

 
The basic necessities of life are a right and not a privilege. People have the collective right to control the conditions of their lives.

People should strive to conduct their lives in harmony with the environment.

We recognize that there are primary attitudes which divide and oppress people. These attitudes are usually shown by prejudice against people on the basis of age, class, ability, income, race, sex and sexual preference/orientation. We seek to eliminate these attitudes.
 
The Statement of Principles is more important than any other writings of the Community Festival.