Wednesday November 25th, 2015 9:18AM

Summer kick-off: Karaoke on the Gainesville Square

By Ken Stanford Reporter
GAINESVILLE - Downtown Gainesville will welcome summer with Karaoke on the Gainesville Square Friday at 7:00.<br /> <br /> If you'd like to pre-register call 770-297-1141 or just come out that evening to participate. There will be rpizes.<br /> <br /> Go to for song list.<br /> <br /> Sponsored by Main Street Gainesville.
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