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Eustace the Dragon at Woodland Hills Tonight!

Sorry about the last minute notice, but if you’re in the Twin Cities you should join us tonight for a coffee house concert with Eustace the Dragon at Woodland Hills. They’re playing from 7-9. Coffee and light refreshments will be served. You won’t want to miss this! Check them out on their SoundCloud page if you haven’t already heard them.

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