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Gretna Heritage Festival had something for everyone

In its 22nd year, Gretna Fest as called by locals, covered 25 square blocks in Old Gretna, plus the Mississippi River batture and levee. The festival promotes and supports local businesses and organizations and often serves as the lifeline for many nonprofit organizations.
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