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Tulip fields draw huge crowds

Thousands of visitors flocked to the Tulips of the Valley Tulip Festival on Seabird Island, near Agassiz, over the weekend. The festival runs until at least Sunday, April 27, depending on weather.  - Jessica Peters/ Observer
Thousands of visitors flocked to the Tulips of the Valley Tulip Festival on Seabird Island, near Agassiz, over the weekend. The festival runs until at least Sunday, April 27, depending on weather.
— image credit: Jessica Peters/ Observer

Thousands of visitors flocked to the Tulips of the Valley Tulip Festival on Seabird Island over the weekend. The festival runs until at least Sunday, April 27, depending on weather.

 

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