Thousands of people gathered this weekend to celebrate the 51st annual Tehachapi Mountain Festival.
The community not only saw an influx of local residents, but hundreds of California residents from all over, as well as people from out of state.
"We have a rode, we have a car show... we have all kinds of arts and crafts booths," said Kathy Carey, Director of the Tehachapi Chamber of Commerce.
Food vendors and live music were also part of the festival.
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