Panoply is back and bigger than ever this weekend in the newly-renovated Big Spring Park. Arts Huntsville's Marketing and PR Manager, Daniela Perallon tells Ginny Kennedy what else is new with the popular festival of the arts which opens Friday, April 28th and runs through Sunday the 30th. More information is at www.artshuntsville.org.
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