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Viva el Sabor hosts end-of-summer party Aug. 28

THE VIVA EL Sabor chefs, shown here at a celebration in Middlebury’s Marble Works last summer, will again throw a big culinary celebration of Mexican and Guatemalan foods this Sunday evening at the Marble Works. Independent file photo/William Haig

Ten chefs will be selling a variety of Mexican and Guatemalan dishes, which guests can enjoy along with drinks, mariachi music and a sunset overlooking the Otter Creek falls.

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