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School needs vendors for Mayfest event

By Times staff writer

© St. Petersburg Times, published April 1, 2001


The annual Mayfest Spring Clean Flea Market and Craft Sale, being held May 25 and 26, is looking for vendors. Tables are available and costs range from $25 to $50. For reservations and information, call 347-9989.

Museum seeks women artists for exhibit

The Museum of Fine Arts Marly Group seeks women artists for its second annual Women in Art Juried Exhibition.

The exhibition, which is to include both performance, poetry, dance, composition, music and drama, as well as visual arts, photography, sculpture, fine crafts and fiber art, is scheduled to open May 26. Deadline for entries is Monday.

Prospectus and entry forms are avilable by sending a self-addressed, stamped envelope to: Women in Art, 1600 Fourth St. S, St. Petersburg, FL 33701.

For information, call 656-2346.

Flags available through Department of State

Both State of Florida and U.S. flags are available through the Department of State. Costs vary according to size and materials used. You may also have your flag flown over the Florida Capital at no additional charge. Call (850) 488-1802 or write Wilma Shouse, Florida Department of State, Bureau of General Services, 430 E Gaines St. Tallahassee, FL 32399-0250.

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