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16th Annual Battle of the Jugbands

This week Radio Gallery spotlights the 16th annual Jug Band Battle which is happening at Amazing Grace Bakery and Café in Canal Park starting at 1pm this Sunday May 27th. Everybody is welcome to go to Amazing Grace Bakery and Cafe in Canal Park and bring their homemade instruments to this Jug Band competition. The winning band will receive the Fish Skinner Trophy and will hold the title for one year, until they have to defend their title the following year. Jug Band instruments include, but are not limited to: homemade wash tub basses, flutes, tin cans and ukeleles. This event will run on Sunday May 27th from 1:00pm - 8:00pm in Canal Park at the Amazing Grace Bakery and Cafe.

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