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Photos from the Firebird Festival

Reader Michael Heinz sent in some pictures he took of last weekends Firebird Festival.

Visit Michael's blog at heinztrucking.com for the full gallery.

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Vincent LoGreco said…
I am one of the vendors at the Firebird every year and I have two of the photos I took this year posted on my website. http://www.blueberryarts.com/
Anonymous said…
I find it very unusual that a follow up to this event was NOT mentioned in a single local news paper or any blog but this one. It's as though it never even happened. How was the trunout??? Inquiring minds want to know.
Unknown said…
Hi! We ran a story and video on it at Phoenixville.Patch.com, if you want to check it out. The numbers we heard fluctuated, but 6,500 was from the firebird builder. http://phoenixville.patch.com/articles/firebird-festival-burns-bright

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