TWINSBURG, Ohio - If you're in Twinsburg this weekend and start seeing double, don't worry, it's not your vision.
This weekend marks the 39th largest annual gathering of twins in the world.
The Twins Days Festival runs through August 3 and is open to all multiples including identical, fraternal, young and old, twins, triplets and quads.
This year's theme is “Twinstock – Groovy in Twinsburg!” Take a step back in time with peace signs and bell bottoms.
The festival draws thousands of twins and multiples from all over the world over the three-day span.
Admission to the event for the public, non-registered twins and families of registered twins is $4.00 per day (children 5 and under are free.
Admission for Twinsburg residents is free with proof of residency.
For more information about the festival, click here.
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