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SWAMPFEST II
Fri, Feb 10, 2012 7pm until Sat, Feb 11, 2012 2am
943 Massachusetts, Lawrence, KS 66044 · Cost: 5
Feb 7, 2012

Come support the Wakarusa Wetlands with KU Environs, the Haskell Wetlands Preservation Organization (WPO), and the Lawrence community! There is a $5 entrance fee and all proceeds go to Wetland education and outreach. Free dinner will be provided by Local Burger, so come get some delicious food for free. A live jazz band will be playing before the official lineup starts. There will also be a silent art auction throughout the night and local bands playing for our entertainment.

Here is the line up for the bands:
Cloud Dog
Dean Monkey
Tyler Gregory
Instant Tradition

The whole community is invited! So bring your friends, neighbors, parents, grandparents, siblings, classmates, professors, sorority sisters, fraternity brothers, cousins, church friends, and anyone else you know! Let's spread awareness of the wonder and beauty of the Wetlands, as well as their need for support from the community.

P.S. The event photo was taken at the Haskell-Baker wetlands in Lawrence! Beautiful, am I right?

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