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|Princess Room in full bloom for Catfish Festival|
Adding a beautiful, artistic touch to this year's Catfish Festival will be the return of a flower show in the Princess Room.
According to organizer Dorothy Young, the show will feature original floral arrangements by both professional and amateur designers.
"We have a number of commercial flower shops who will be participating, including Daffodil's The Rose Garden, Mulhearn's Flower Shop, Grapevine, Sweet Peaís and Secret Treasures in Gilbert," Young said.
Local garden clubs will also be providing arrangements from their members. Participating clubs include the Wisner Garden Club and Garden Gate Study Club. Lisa Kiper and Mary Kiper will also furnish arrangements for the show.
"The display will be set up in the Princess Room, right next to the Princess Theatre downtown, and those attending the festival can drop by any time during the day to enjoy these lovely creations," Young said.
The show is free of charge.