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After birthday bash, city looks forward

August 30, 2013

WOONSOCKET – The city’s Main Street business district was largely back to normal routines on Friday and someone would have to have been at the big Block Party celebrating the 125th Anniversary of the city’s incorporation Thursday evening to know just how big a change that was.

The 12 stages where bands and performing acts entertained a sea of local and out-of-town people flowing like a tide from Market Square to Monument square were dissembled and all the booths and temporary facilities of the city’s one-night birthday party extravaganza taken away.

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