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The Cherries Grand Buffet Welcomes All Tomorrow

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Tomorrow is about everything cherry at The Hagerty Center.

The doors for Cherries Grand Buffet open at noon.

The event, just like the rest of the National Cherry Festival, is about celebrating the abundant fruit of the Grand Traverse region.

NMC Chefs and guest chefs will be showing off everything from appetizers and salads to main courses and desserts -- all with cherries as an ingredient.

A pair of artists will be creating a piece during the event to auction off for the festival foundation.

Tickets are available at the door for 25 dollars.

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