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PEPP hosts tie-dye, folk festival June 1

The People Escaping Poverty Project is hosting a Tie-Dye Festival and Folk Festival June 1 in Fargo's Lindenwood Park. The tie-dye festival and picnic begins at noon. The folk festival runs from 3-6 p.m., and features Josh Harty, Sweet Justic...

The People Escaping Poverty Project is hosting a Tie-Dye Festival and Folk Festival June 1 in Fargo's Lindenwood Park.

The tie-dye festival and picnic begins at noon. The folk festival runs from 3-6 p.m., and features Josh Harty, Sweet Justice, The Villains, Mike Silovich and Pepo Saavedra.

Admission is $10 for adults, $7 for teens, and $5 for children, and includes tie-dying, food and concerts.

Proceeds will benefit PEPP's anti-poverty programs. For more information, call (218) 236-5434.

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