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The 2012 Brandywine Festival of the Arts drew thousands to Wilmington’s Brandywine Park this weekend, where people could spend the afternoon browsing one-of-a-kind art, taking in live music, and enjoying summer nibbles and sips of delicious Java Puppy coffee. Since organizer Barry Schlecker revived the event in 2010, the Brandywine Festival of the Arts now ranks in the top 100 shows in the country.

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