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Please be sure to include as much information as you can provide so that people will know when and where your event is taking place. You can also choose an event "Theme" which will customize how your page looks to the public. It is suggested that you choose a theme which best fits the location and time where the event is taking place. You can also include a logo for your event as well as a photograph which can help visually describe what the event is about. You do not need to perform multiple event submissions. Your event, if approved, should appear on the All Events Page within a few days of being submitted.

Thank you for helping to spread word about events happening around town.
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