Look Out for Hot Air Balloons This Memorial Day Weekend in Chagrin Falls

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A Memorial Day Weekend tradition, the Blossom Time Festival illuminates the city of Chagrin Falls with carnival rides and activities, along with the event everyone can't wait to arrive, the enchanting Balloon Glow.

Tonight at 7 p.m., watch as fire perks up nearly a dozen colorful balloons bringing a dazzling spectacle to the night sky above the Chagrin Falls High School grounds.

Then a Taste of Chagrin, featuring some two dozen vendors and food trucks, takes over the city's Triangle most of Saturday, and a parade marching down East Washington Street is scheduled for Sunday afternoon. There's also a rockin' Blossom Time Music Festival running throughout the entire weekend.

The free festival runs through Sunday night with special events each day. Be sure to check out the specialized Facebook events, including daily music lineups.



For a Balloon Glow preview, take a look at this video below:



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