By Jean Falbo-Sosnovich
SEYMOUR >> Where there’s smoke, you know there’s got to be
fiery hot chili, along with craft beer, live music and more on tap for
the upcoming, fourth annual “Smoke in the Valley” festival.
But there’s a twist to this year’s wildly popular event. What
began as a kickoff party to the craft beer and chili festival, scheduled
for Oct. 4, has turned into a “Concert for a Cause,” a benefit for the
family of Mark Condo, a young Seymour father who passed away
unexpectedly this summer.
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