The 2016 All together arts week comes to a colorful conclusion Sunday as local artist gather to hold the Finale Parade on Mercer Street in Princeton, W.Va.
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The All Together Arts Week for Mercer County culminated in a parade Sunday afternoon in Princeton.
Lori McKinney, event organizer, said the grand finale parade, which was on Mercer Street, and day of merriment is the “most whimsical, colorful day of the year for us.”
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