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7th Annual La F̻te de Marquette РJuly 12-15 2012

One of our favorite events of the year is almost here! We hope to see you there.

La Fete de Marquette in Madison WI

Alvarado Real Estate Group is a proud sponsor of the 7th Annual La Fête de Marquette again this year! Come join the fun July 12-15.  The free music event located on Madison’s Eastside (intersection of E. Washington Ave and South Dickinson St.) attracts thousands, celebrates French culture and benefits the Wil-Mar Neighborhood Center. The French-themed event occurs on or near Bastille Day (July 14th), the French national holiday.  The event will include live music, food, Willy Street Co-op Annual Meeting & Party, Acoustic Café Breakfast, Festival Auction & the 1930’s era Ferris Wheel!

We love co-sponsoring this event because not only does it help our Wil-Mar neighborhood center but it brings together our community in such a positive and FUN way!

For more information check out the La Fête de Marquette Event Schedule

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