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Daffodil Festival deadlines drawing near

Gloucester’s Parks, Recreation and Tourism Department staff members are excited about the return of a full-scale Daffodil Festival this spring—the first one in two years.

Several important deadlines for participation in various areas of the festival are drawing near. This year’s festival, “In Full Bloom, Celebrating Our History,” is scheduled for April 2-3.

According to Debbie Wesolowski, Gloucester’s Daffodil Festival Coordinator, Daffodil Queen and Daffodil Festival scholarship applications will be available online at by Feb. 1.

Applications to participate in the Daffodil Festival Parade and “Little Miss” program will be online Feb. 1-28.

Also, submissions for this year’s Daffodil Festival official print are currently on display at Gloucester Public Library, Main Street Center, with the print unveiling to be held from 2-4 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 19, at Gloucester Arts on Main. Vendor and food applications are currently available online.

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