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Crowds return for St. James Court Art Show

Art on display at the show. Art on display at the show.

LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) – The damp, chilly weather did not stop a mass of people from packing the St. James Court Art Show Saturday.

While the 750 vendors have closed up shop around 6 Saturday evening, but will be open Sunday. The 56th annual show starts at 10 Sunday morning and wraps up at 5.

Admission is free. No pets are allowed.

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