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Helen Keller Festival – Spring Park PHOTOS!

By  | June 23, 2012 | Filed under: Event Photographs, News

TUSCUMBIA – Arts & Crafts, Food, and Music was the world of The Helen Keller Festival on Friday night in Spring Park. According to The Festival’s facebook page, it was the largest Friday audience in several years.

Here is how the Festival characterized the evening:

“Biggest Friday night crowd in several years ! Jason Isbell was awesome !
HUGE arts and crafts show on Saturday….there is great stuff!
opens at 9am!
check out our website for full lineup tomorrow, but it all starts at 1:45pm.
HEADLINER: NOMINATED 13 TIMES FOR FOCAL GROUP OF THE YEAR AND WON IT 4 TIMES..DIAMOND RIO !!!!!!!”

Be sure to check out the Helen Keller Festival website for all the details on Saturday’s long list of events.

The Quad-Cities Daily was on hand to capture the event in photos. Take a look at the Gallery, you might find your picture!

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As always, these photos are sized for printing at your home, or at a photo kiosk. Just click on the thumbnail to get to the actual photo page, and a full resolution version will appear! Download it or print it, and it’s yours. Please remember that these are made available to you free of charge for NON-COMMERCIAL USE ONLY. Enjoy! We hope you find your photo in here.

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2 Responses to Helen Keller Festival – Spring Park PHOTOS!

  1. Lisa Murr June 24, 2012 at 9:35 am

    Are you posting anymore? I loved the pic of me and my husband! Wanted to use it for our FB profile Thank you!! I had on the Nick Saban Hat and my hubby had on a Harley Sun visor, you may email to me…..Thank you so much!!!!

    • Staff June 24, 2012 at 4:42 pm

      More photos coming tomorrow! -ED

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