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FESTIVAL | The Waterfront Art Festival 

This year's Waterfront Art Festival will take place at North Ponds Park in the town of Webster, leaving behind its host city of the last 41 years. The relocated festival will circle North Pond Park's front pond with booths along the same path. Alcohol tasting and a food court will also be on hand, as well as live music during the festival provided by the BBQ Blues Band and Bill Tiberio Band on Saturday. Acoustic duo Milligan's Island and country cover band, Dang!, will perform on Sunday.

The Waterfront Art Festival will be held at North Ponds Park (104 access road between Highway 250 and Holt Road) on Saturday, July 25, and Sunday, July 26. 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. both days. Tickets cost $3, kids under 12 are free. Additionally, to compensate for the relocation, admission is free for anyone showing ID with Canandaigua's zip code. For more information, visit waterfrontartfestival.com.

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