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European Vacation Food Series: German Pretzel Bread

Kenneth McNulty
7 p.m., Tuesday June 25 | Free

 Take your taste buds on a trip through Europe this summer. Samples of this German delicacy will be served. Registration is required so call or go online to do so.



Where: Kenton County Public Library, Erlanger Branch
Phone: 859.962.4002
Address: 401 Kenton Lands Road
Website: www.kentonlibrary.org/events

Kenton County Public Library, Erlanger Branch

401 Kenton Lands Road
Erlanger, Kentucky
41018
 
The Kenton County Public Library in Erlanger.
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