Photos by Olivia Gildea/The Valley ChronicleThe fife and drum corps of Riley’s Farm in Glen Oak kick off the Spring Festival performances on Saturday with some 18th century songs. ■ By Olivia Gildea / Reporter Downtown Hemet celebrated its second-annual Spring Festival Saturday, April 7 with a day full of 1800s-era performances, vendors, and arts and crafts. The festival kicks off the traditional “Ramona” play season for the San Jacinto Valley, which will be boasting its 95th anniversary this year. While the festival is still in its early years, it had no problem drawing a crowd for its opening performances on Harvard Street. It all began with a drum roll as
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