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       DeAnn R 

      Hey everyone! Hope you all had a great weekend.

      Check out the latest episode of “Dose of DeAnn” here. Recently, inclement weather deterred my plans to go to an art festival. However, the next day was gorgeous.

      For this video, I decided to share my tips for navigating outdoor events. From scoping out the venue to timing, and even parking, I walk you through what I do to make things easier.

      I also show you some of the essentials I bring along. If anyone has additional hints or advice in this area, I’d love to hear it!

      Thanks for watching!

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