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Pecan Festival kicks off in Florence

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FLORENCE, SC (WMBF) - The Florence Convention and Visitors Bureau announced the 12th Annual South Carolina Pecan Festival taking place Saturday.

The festival kicked off at 10 a.m. and runs until 7 p.m. in Downtown Florence at Cheves, Dargan, Evans and Irby Streets.

The festival will feature 8 stages of live entertainment, over 250 food & craft vendors, special art demonstrations, a free kids zone, amusement rides, and antique tractor show, car show and competition, cook-off competition, vocal competition, corn hole competition, 10K, 5k, and half marathon races, a half metric century bike ride, and more.

Some activities require registration, visit their website for more details or call 843.665.2047

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