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    Get a taste (literally) of the Pennsylvania Dutch this weekend at the Reading Terminal Market.

    From Thursday, August 12 to Saturday, August 14, the 21st annual Dutch Festival will be held in the Market’s Center Court. They're packing the seatin area with everything from handmade crafts to yummy treats.

    And anyone who has a sweet tooth knows that the PA Dutch do it best -- because everything's homemade!

    From fudge to pies to ice cream and doughnuts, it’s enough to make your head spin (and your belly ache).

    There will also be an array of sandwiches -- sausage, pot roast, ham and other meats.

    On Saturday, the fest will take to the streets. To give off that country vibe, Arch Street will be converted into a land of Amish buggies, horse drawn wagons, a petting zoo and live bluegrass music.

    Admission is completely free and you can park for $4 at the Parkway Garage located at 12th and Filbert Streets.