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Gainesville’s 5th Avenue Arts Festival to feature new vendors

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This weekend the 5th Avenue Arts festival will be adding a car show to the annual event. Cultural Arts Coalition Executive director and co-founder Nkwanda Jah says the Avenue Arts festival has a different flavor than the rest.

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Jah says there will be many opportunities for residents to join in on the fun among the many vendors and performers that will be in attendance at this weekends festivities. The classical car exhibit will be from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday.

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