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Why baby Elizabeth was so gosh-darn happy (46 photos)

Seven-month-old Elizabeth Wilton was pleased as punch that she convinced mom and dad to take her the Rotaryfest Tenaris Second Stage festivities this past weekend. SooToday.
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Seven-month-old Elizabeth Wilton was pleased as punch that she convinced mom and dad to take her the Rotaryfest Tenaris Second Stage festivities this past weekend.

SooToday.com spotted her smiling face as live music poured down Queen Street on Friday evening.

Friday's Second Stage entertainment was provided by Joseph Kargi, The Tenegans, the Craig West Band, Sailor's Tongue, and Hollerado.

Following the Rotary Community Day Parade, Second Stage returned to Queen Street for another full day of live music from Cody McMillan, Porter, Frank Deresti and The Lake Effect, Kelly McGillevray, Faraway Neighbours, Paul D and The Double Down, Shred Kelly, Al Wood and The Woodsmen, and an explosive closing set of metal from Garden of Bedlam.






Donna Hopper

About the Author: Donna Hopper

Donna Hopper has been a photojournalist with SooToday since 2007, and her passion for music motivates her to focus on area arts, entertainment and community events.
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