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North Beaches Art Walk Sixth Anniversary

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Ginifer Brinkley's painting “Starry Days”
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Balin Hewitt, Matt Thompson
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Vanessa, Jeremiah and Liam Maldonado enjoying Deedee Love's singing
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Victoria Harris, Michelle Denmark
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Therese and Emma Goodwin
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Tammy Lindle and buyers
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Peg Russell Ketterer
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Paintings and artist Alex Findley
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P.J. Punke, Omar Brown
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Mordecai and Jordan Cox
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Michelle Vieira
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Martin, Aubrey and Lacey Morris
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Lucia and Emmanuelle Parisi
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Lisa Franzino, Craig and Max Vanzandt
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Kem and Paula Weitzel
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K.C. Church and his artwork
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Emmanuelle Parisi, Omar Brown
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Elizabeth Campbell with WJXT, Chad Martin
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Musicians covering every block of North Beaches Art Walk
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Peg Russell Ketterer ready for Halloween
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Donna Snider
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Delcher Carter and Cindi Catir with Rambo the bird and Lily Buttercup the dog
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Deedee Love
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Charissa Jaeger-Sanders, Chris Sanders
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Carol and Kim Paige
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Bridge Roque, Jimmi Mitchell, Tami McClaran
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Raffle bicycle painted by Michele Hampton
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People gathered for the sixth anniversary at the North Beaches Art Walk on Oct. 17 to celebrate and support local artists. For the anniversary, a raffle was held for a painting donated by artist Ginifer Brinkley called “Starry Days” and a bicycle painted by Michele Hampton. The event is held every third Thursday at the crossing of Atlantic Beach and A1A.

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