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Plantation Wildlife Arts festival kicks off in Thomasville

Thomasville kicked off its plantation wildlife art festival Thursday with an event called Art in the Open. (Source:WALB) Thomasville kicked off its plantation wildlife art festival Thursday with an event called Art in the Open. (Source:WALB)
Everyone is invited to go see the decorated shops and trees on West Jackson Street. (Source:WALB) Everyone is invited to go see the decorated shops and trees on West Jackson Street. (Source:WALB)
"If you take a walk on the street on west Jackson st, you'll see everything from a wolf, to birds, to a possum, its really cool," said Callie Sewell, Thomasville center of the arts. (Source:WALB) "If you take a walk on the street on west Jackson st, you'll see everything from a wolf, to birds, to a possum, its really cool," said Callie Sewell, Thomasville center of the arts. (Source:WALB)
THOMASVILLE, GA (WALB) -

Thomasville kicked off its plantation wildlife art festival Thursday with an event called Art in the Open.

Everyone is invited to go see the decorated shops and trees on West Jackson Street.

Twenty one groups teamed up to decorate trees as part of a contest.

Organizers said they are excited for the 21st annual celebration.

"If you take a walk on the street on west Jackson st, you'll see everything from a wolf, to birds, to a possum, its really cool," said Callie Sewell, Thomasville center of the arts.

 The event is free.

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