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The 3rd annual SWAN Day takes place on Saturday, March 27. And no, it's not a nature walk, it's a full day of free theatre, music and storytelling performances by women artists in Georgetown.

David Furst speaks with event organizer, Catherine Aselford - Artistic Director for the Georgetown Theatre Company.

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