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April 2018

Ring in springtime with a trip to Muskogee for the diverse and beautiful Azalea Festival. Running throughout April, the festival — held in and around Honor Heights Park — celebrates the warmer weather and blooming of local flora while boasting a combination of events that provide something for everyone including art, music, food, wine and plenty of nature’s glory.
Photographer: Marc Rains
Model: Mary Allen
Venue: Azalea Festival | Honor Heights Park | Muskogee
Wardrobe: Jules Boutique

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