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PWAF hosts opening night art exhibit

Folks in Thomasville are dressing up tonight to attend an art exhibit put on by the Plantation Wildlife Arts Festival. (Source:WALB) Folks in Thomasville are dressing up tonight to attend an art exhibit put on by the Plantation Wildlife Arts Festival. (Source:WALB)
"Sales from the ticket event and the art shows all go to the center of the arts. It goes to youth and adult programs all in the arts. So we are excited to have this weekend begin," said Callie Sewell. (Source:WALB) "Sales from the ticket event and the art shows all go to the center of the arts. It goes to youth and adult programs all in the arts. So we are excited to have this weekend begin," said Callie Sewell. (Source:WALB)
THOMASVILLE, GA (WALB) -

Folks in Thomasville are dressing up tonight to attend an art exhibit put on by the Plantation Wildlife Arts Festival.

Artists from all across the south are showcasing their work.

Organizers said all the money from the event goes to a good cause.

"Sales from the ticket event and the art shows all go to the center of the arts. It goes to youth and adult programs all in the arts. So we are excited to have this weekend begin," said Callie Sewell.

There are still tickets left.

The event starts at 6pm.

If you want a ticket you can buy them here.

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