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Arts on the Bricks\Fly-in return

October 13, 2006

Thomasville-  A popular outdoor art show is back in Thomasville.  Two blocks of Broad Street in front of the County Courthouse are blocked off for Art on the Bricks. 

Artists were out early Friday morning and will be back Saturday to show off and sell their work.  The festival was brought back by popular demand. 

"We had done it for five years, and it went away for about four years so this will be the sixth year this year and it really is back by popular demand it seemed like everywhere I went everybody said bring back art on the bricks," said Karen Smith, Downtown Thomasville Main Street. 

A shuttle will be provided tomorrow between Art on the Bricks and the Thomasville Regional Airport Fly-In which will feature hundreds of aircraft. Art on the Bricks runs from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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