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March 25, 2009



I don't have much in the way of positive things to say about living in RI, but they really do make an investment in the arts.

If you venture down here, check out this monster:

herb weiss

thanks for the plug -- Pawtucket's 11th Annual Pawtucket Arts Festival (see kicks off on Sept. 5, 2009 and continues throughout September. We hafve budgeted almost $120,000 for our upcoming event, that includes the the Philharmonic Pops, C.J. Chenier (internationally known Zyedeco Music), dragon boat races, a 10 night film festival, a folk music festival, art show, callery openings and alot more in the planning stages...It's only 45 minutes from Boston so we hope to see everyone from your City and surrounding suburbs come down to Pawtucket...God's Country and a great arts community. Herb Weiss, Economic and Cultural Affairs Officer, City of Pawtucket.
You can call me too, for more info about our Pre-Festival Concert at McCoy Statdium with some very nationally-acclaimed bands.


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