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Hartselle Enquirer

Depot Days sees big crowds

Thousands came to downtown Hartselle for Depot Days. | Clif Knight

The 31st annual Depot Days street festival featured large numbers of vendors, which attracted large crowds to the city’s historic downtown.

“I think it was about as big of a crowd as I’ve ever seen at Depot Days,” said Mayor Dwight Tankersley. “There’s no way to get an accurate count, but it seemed like the crowds were big all over downtown.”

Last week, the Hartselle Area Chamber of Commerce was preparing for the large crowds.

“Everything is set to go and we anticipate thousands of visitors filling the streets all day long,” said Susan Hines, president of Hartselle Area Chamber of Commerce. “We have a diverse and exciting lineup of events planned and there should be plenty of fun and excitement for everyone.”

For more on Depot Days, see www.hartselleenquirer.com and Thursday’s edition of the Hartselle Enquirer.

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