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Auburn International Festival seeks vendors

Rick John Dodge, 17, right, and Jearrica Marie Dodge, 15, of The Pilipino American Youth Organization, perform a dance called Tinikling during last year;s Auburn International Festival at Plaza Park.  - Charles Cortes/Reporter
Rick John Dodge, 17, right, and Jearrica Marie Dodge, 15, of The Pilipino American Youth Organization, perform a dance called Tinikling during last year;s Auburn International Festival at Plaza Park.
— image credit: Charles Cortes/Reporter

The Auburn International Festival is accepting applications for food and craft vendors until Tuesday, July 10.

The second annual festival – to be run in conjunction with Auburn Days on Aug. 11 – celebrates the community's diversity with music, entertainment and food.

For a vendor application and more information, visit here.

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