1 of 17: Puppet Parade at the 2006 Cambridge River Festival featured creatures made throughout the day in the ever-popular Kid's Area.  This year's event takes place June 16, 2007.
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2 of 17: Come browse the Arts Bazaar at the Cambridge River Festival on June 16, 2007 for unique handcrafted items.
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3 of 17: Dance is featured at this year's Cambridge River Festival on June 16, 2007.  (Pictured:  site specific dance choreograghed by Jody Weber at the 2005 festival.)
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4 of 17: The Cambridge River Festival takes place on a scenic stretch of the Charles River minutes from Harvard Square in Cambridge.
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5 of 17: Traditional, classical and modern dance is featured at this year's Cambridge River Festival on June 16, 2007.  (Pictured:  Indonesian troupe Java Kawistara! at the 2006 festival.)
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6 of 17: Appearing at the Cambridge River Festival on June 16, 2007:  GospeLive takes a journey through the evolution of Gospel music in a full cabaret-style high-energy show.
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7 of 17: Musical styles from jazz, gospel, Latin and world rhythms are featured at Cambridge River Festival, June 16, 2007.  (Pictured:  Somi performs on the Regattabar Stage at the 2006 festival.)
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8 of 17: The Cambridge Arts Council invited artists to create
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9 of 17: Silver Swimmers, a Butoh inspired silent dance trio, will “swim” through the festival crowd. Their mesmerizing slow-motion, underwater movements create an other-worldly experience that contrasts with the busy festival atmosphere and offers a sense of calm and mysterious magic.
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10 of 17: The Cambridge Arts Council invited artists to create
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11 of 17: The Cambridge Arts Council invited artists to create
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12 of 17: The Cambridge Arts Council invited artists to create
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13 of 17: Obbini Tumbao, featuring the dynamic duo Ana Norgaard and Rebecca Cline, bring Afro-Cuban jazz with infectious rhythms and smooth vocals to the Regattabar Stage at the Cambridge River Festival on June 16, 2007.
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14 of 17: Cambridge River Festival, June 16, 2007 closes the Regattabar Stage with Forro in the Dark, wildly popular in NY for their weekly dance parties, who get the crowd moving with their percussion-driven Brazilian music.
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15 of 17: The Jose Mateo Ballet Theatre seen here in their newly renovated Harvard Square Church studio, will be teaching three ballet workshops designed for children 4-9 at the Wiggle and Giggle Stage in the Kids Area, 12.30-1.45pm.
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16 of 17: In the Kid's Area of the Cambridge River Festival:  Wiggle and Giggle Stage will offer dance workshops throughout the day.  (Pictured:  Day opens with American tribal belly dancing taught by OmBellyCo.)
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17 of 17: Twist, twist, twist and shout! Caitlin Corbett and members of her company bring modern movement to the Twist Stage and to its viewers, inviting audience members to be part of the performance process.
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