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  • Saturday, April 06, 2013
  • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
  • 83rd Avenue and Peoria Rd.


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The City of Peoria and the Peoria Unified School District have teamed up to honor the community’s past and celebrate the future through the Peoria Arts & Cultural Festival.  The event will be located at 83rd and Grand avenues in the following venues; Osuna Park, Peoria’s Center for Performing Arts, Peoria Historical Museums, Community Center and surrounding Streets.  Admission is free thanks to Larry H. Miller Toyota and Larry H. Miller Dodge Ram dealerships in Peoria, Arizona.  

Students from Peoria Unified School District will exhibit their artwork, compete in a culinary cook-off and perform dance routines, theater acts, choir and band on 7 stages throughout the event.  Attendees also can watch pottery being made or for a small fee, participate in a 5K run, family bike ride, wagon rides, and a kid’s zone.





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