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Updated: 03/07/2018 08:30:01AM

Vet Jam Music Fest

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Mike Graves sits on his NASGRASS racing lawn mower. The moweris sponsored in part by Wide Open Performance and Graves Small Engine in Sebring, and can be seen March 9-10 at the Avon Park Mower Plex when the NASGRASS Nationals will be held.

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The crowd mingles through the vendors booths during Vet Jam Music Fest.

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There was plenty of shade in Veterans Square to shield the guests of Saturday's Vet Jam Music Fest.

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Colladay - led by Gabriel Colladay and including Keith Edwards (keyboard), David Palmer (drums) and Bruce Duncan (bass guitar) - was one of several bands to play at Vet Jam Music Fest on Saturday in downtown Avon Park.

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'Papa Joe' works on a painting in his unique fashion of using spray paint and plastic wrap to create one-of-a-kind pieces of work.

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Ronda DeGroft shares some of the background of her pet red-tailed boa constrictor, Bonnie, with guests Saturday at Vet Jam Music Fest. Bonnie weighs 40 pounds. Ronda was there with R.C. Critter's Reptile Rescue out of Lake Placid.


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AVON PARK — This year’s Vet Jam Music Fest on Main Street was a smashing success.

Turnout was very strong. Not only was the crowd on hand treated to a beautiful day, but were also able to attend two events during the same day as the Springtime in the Park Festival hosted by the Avon Park Chamber of Commerce was also being held in Donaldson Park.

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