Harmony – The Tiny Town with Big Character

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Harmony has humble beginnings, dating back to 1869 when it was established as a dairy settlement by Swiss immigrants. The area was made up of a creamery and a number of dairy farms, the owners of which maintained tense rivalries until 1907, when a truce was called and the community chose the name “Harmony” as a declaration of their commitment to peace. Read the full article here.

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Ranking 5 fun foods at the Mid-State Fair

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Of course ice cream is a “fun food”, but getting an “A” grade from the SLO Tribune during the 2016 California Mid-Sate Fair only confirms what we already knew:  Harmony Valley Creamery ice cream is “Udderly Awesome.” Read the full article here.

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Finding Harmony

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Are you seeking harmony? Signs for it are visible along the Cabrillo Highway (State Route 1) between Cambria and Morro Bay. Take the turnoff, and you’ll find yourself in the middle of the little 2-acre town of Harmony, population 18. Read the full article here.

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