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June 28, 2012 8:43 AM

2012 Lexington Pride Festival focuses on all-ages appeal

Prepare to take a shot at the dunking booth and spend some time in a bouncy castle, because the Lexington Pride Festival 2012 is focusing on family. Some of the more kid-centric amenities didn't make it into festival plans last year, event chairman Paul Brown said, and the activities were missed and reinstated.

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