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URL icon « on: April 18, 2008, 04:18:24 AM »

I'm looking for the pamphlet for the 2004 festival.  I have been making a painted plate of the artwork from that year as a keepsake for myself.  I had so much fun and made many new friends, I wanted to have something to remember it.  I have lost my original brochure and have not had any luck finding another.  Is there an archive somewhere?
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URL icon « Reply #1 on: April 18, 2008, 08:11:50 AM »

I'm looking for the pamphlet for the 2004 festival.  I have been making a painted plate of the artwork from that year as a keepsake for myself.  I had so much fun and made many new friends, I wanted to have something to remember it.  I have lost my original brochure and have not had any luck finding another.  Is there an archive somewhere?
Ya know I just checked and I have 05,06 and 07 handy, however I have been moving my stuff into storage and the rest I can't get to. If you don't get it by TBF let me know, cause I will have to get into that stuff and dig for Gil(don't ask LOL) and I will keep looking for it. I do have it fer sure,,,,but in what box?
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URL icon « Reply #2 on: November 18, 2011, 08:25:06 AM »

I'm looking for the pamphlet for the 2004 festival.  I have been making a painted plate of the artwork from that year as a keepsake for myself.  I had so much fun and made many new friends, I wanted to have something to remember it.  I have lost my original brochure and have not had any luck finding another.  Is there an archive somewhere?
Ya know I just checked and I have 05,06 and 07 handy, however I have been moving my stuff into storage and the rest I can't get to. If you don't get it by TBF let me know, cause I will have to get into that stuff and dig for Gil(don't ask LOL) and I will keep looking for it. I do have it fer sure,,,,but in what box?
wow i read this old post and thought it has taken me how long to get my box's and life  Rolleyes 
 out of storage, geesh, slow as a train a Bluegrass train that is. Slow and steady, WOOOOOOOOOOOOWOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO now I wonder where my collection of programs are packed, hummm. Medal Should be next to my Frank Zappa collection Rolleyes
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