Streets will be lined with booths and exhibits, a parade with more than 50 units will march along Main Street, and a new queen will be crowned as Gloucester celebrates its 26th annual Daffodil Festival this weekend.
"I think we’ve got an awesome festival lined up," said Denise Carter, special events supervisor for Gloucester’s Parks, Recreation and Tourism department.
The festival will officially kick off following Saturday’s parade at 10 a.m. and will continue through 5 p.m. Hours Sunday are noon to 5 p.m.
This year, a lot of changes have been made, as far as the location of attractions. "We feel like our living room has been painted with all new carpet and furniture," Carter said, speaking of the Main Street enhancement project that was recently completed. "We want to show it off, but we had to do some rearranging."
Carter advised visitors that if they have trouble finding one of their favorite festival booths or activities...
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