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February 11, 2003

Albany-- Mardi Gras is coming to Albany.

The Downtown Merchants Association is planning a day long Mardi Gras festival. This is the first major event the small business group has put on.

Bo Henry, restaurant owner and a member of the Downtown Merchants Association says, "We are just trying to get some small stuff going on for people of Albany to come out and have a good time."

The Mardi Gras festival will be March first. Broad Avenue, from Jackson to Washington Streets, will be shut down for the event. Their will be bands, vendors, and games from noon until midnight.

Posted at 4:13 p.m. by melissa.kill@walb.com

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