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The third annual Enumclaw Music and Arts Festival took the stage Saturday.

The Grove Messengers perform at The Enumclaw Music & Arts Festival.

The third annual Enumclaw Music and Arts Festival took the stage Saturday.

The event was sponsored by the Chalet Arts Showcase Theater and featured music, provided by more than 20 performers on two stages and artwork both on display and for sale. The Chalet Theater hosted a free film festival.

The Cascade Foothills Chorale premiered “Sunshine Thank You.” The song, composed by Norm Bellas of Seattle, was the winner of a local song competition to highlight the poem “Sunshine Thank You,” written by local lyricist Trudy Mathews.

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