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SPECIAL EVENT | City Newspaper's South Wedge-Ucation 

It's time to get Wedge-Ucated again. Make a stop in the South Wedge neighborhood Thursday, September 12, where City Newspaper will be putting on its annual South Wedge-Ucation event. If you're like every person ever and you like a good deal, this is one event you don't want to miss.

Merchants in the Wedge will be offering too-good-to-be-true deals on food, drink, goods, and services. In addition, some of the top arts and cultural organizations in Rochester — including Little Theatre, Geva Theatre Center, Rochester Fringe Festival, and TheaterROCS — will be on hand with offers of their own.

If you're a college student, here's a little extra incentive: the first 250 college students with valid student ID's (not ones from 10 years ago) who stop by the City Newspaper tent in front of Historic Houseparts (540 South Ave.) will receive a free bag of swag. Who doesn't want one of those?

Wine, ukuleles, ice cream, and scarves are just some of the items you can get bargains on, so be sure to stop out and get the best Wedge-Ucation money can buy. The event runs Thursday 5-9 p.m. along South Avenue. For a full list of offers and more details check out the event page on Facebook or see the full list of offers and a map printed in the September 11 issue of City Newspaper.

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