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May 30, 2005



This is the most amazing festival. If you have never seen it, go! There is something for everyone. Congratulations to Washington School parents, teachers and kids for developing this great idea and turning it into a real success.

The tents are up! The pennants are flying! The bleachers are ready!

Hope you're all planning to come and enjoy the Renaissance Faire tomorrow. In addition to the performance of Much Ado About Nothing, there will be the Maypole Dance as well as scenes from the spring play Bye Bye Birdie. And, if you don't come for the entertainment, come for the food, music and games!

Admission is free, and if you come in costume (think Henry VIII) you get a free game card as well. It's Washington School's biggest party of the year - see you there!

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