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buy modafinil in india Greetings from Hayodan! It’s Hay time!

buy Pregabalin canada The Mayodan Arts Center with support from the Town of Mayodan is sponsoring the 7th Annual Hayodan Hay Bale Sculpture Festival – October 1st through October 31st.
The MAC invites you to use your creative design skills to transform hay bales into art of your choosing. This is a fun, creative way open to businesses, associations, non-profits, and anyone who wants to show off their creativity to the community and visitors. There are no design rules except all sculptures and names must be appropriate for all-ages and members of the community. Humor, especially tongue-in-cheek, is appreciated and encouraged.
WE INVITE YOU TO START MAKING HAY…INTO ART!

http://learnfromapps.com/our_app_details2/ GUIDELINES:
o Entry fee is $35; Fee includes one large round bale. Additional bales available for purchase.
o Entry fee must be received before hay is placed for decorating.
o Hay bales will be delivered to each site beginning September 21.
o Sculptures are to be finished and ready for presentation by October 1st.
o Sculptures may be made from round or rectangular bales – use your imagination.
o Themes must be family and community friendly.
o Participants need to provide all materials used on the creation.
o Keep in mind all materials must be secure and withstand the weather conditions.
o If painting, we recommend spray paint.
o The MAC will provide signage that will display the name of the participant(s). Advertising will include social media, print, and maps/brochures.
o Participants may place the sculpture on private property or on public property. If placed on private property permission of the owner must be secured in writing and presented to the Town before bales are provided. Sculpture locations must not block public streets, alleys or sidewalks or views at intersections. Public property locations are on a “first come, first served basis” and at the discretion of Mayodan Arts Center, whose decision is final for assigning locations on public property.
All decorative materials must be removed by November 7.