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Bouncing Fun!

Sunday, September 19, 2010

The smallest concertgoers were able to bounce along with the music at the Bounce House during the second Brazil Main Street, Inc., Music Fest at the Brazil National Guard Armory Saturday. While their parents enjoyed the music, Brazil residents Jennessa Hancock, 7, Michelle Weaver, 6, Iain Meister, 4, Jordan Hancock, 6, Gavin Arikian, 3, and Kristan Cunningham, 10, had fun bouncing the night away.


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The sounds coming from the Armory Friday and Saturday nights were amazing! Sounded like a lot of fun .. wish I would have attended.

-- Posted by Emmes on Mon, Sep 20, 2010, at 12:06 PM

The music on Sat. night was very good. I had never heard BIG DEAD BIRD play before but they were really good & played a variety of songs by various artists. The female singer is especially good. We also enjoyed Dickie James & the Blue Flames. We were there for a short time on Fri. eve too but too tired to stay long. On both nights I was shocked that there were so few people in attendance. Free (good) music, bouncing houses for the kids, beer garden, some vendors ... people really should take advantage of what Main St. Incorp. is doing for the community.

-- Posted by indianamama on Mon, Sep 20, 2010, at 5:01 PM


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