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2011 Culture Crawl In Downtown Wichita Falls

Downtown Wichita Falls was buzzing with excitement Thursday night. The Spring 2011 Downtown Culture Crawl took full effect.
The Culture Crawl is full of fun and festivities. From bands to businesses staying open late, so those wondering what is in and around downtown can get a good feel. It's all a fun night all in hopes of helping revitalize the downtown area in Wichita Falls.
Viola Dean told Newschannel 6, "It's a fun place and young people, teenagers can go here and parents. And you don't really have to hang out with your parents if you're here."
The crawl will be back don't worry if you missed out this year.
To find out more click here.

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