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Stormy weather doesn’t dampen mood at CalaVida Arts Festival

Posted 5/4/23

GREEN COVE SPRINGS – Although the threat of severe weather washed out most of the shows and exhibits during the final day of the CalaVida Arts Festival, thousands still enjoyed the week-long …

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Stormy weather doesn’t dampen mood at CalaVida Arts Festival


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GREEN COVE SPRINGS – Although the threat of severe weather washed out most of the shows and exhibits during the final day of the CalaVida Arts Festival, thousands still enjoyed the week-long jubilee. Downtown stores and vendors were busy with pedestrian traffic, while Spring Park was abuzz with music and displays throughout the week. CalaVida was a fun, family-friendly arts festival with various entertainment, including the Navy Band Southeast, a wine and cheese event, art, blues, jazz and Latin pop.