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Get ready to meet "The Swamp People"

The entertaining alligator "Swamp People" are making their way to East Texas this weekend.

The Swamp Party is hosted by the Cajun Bayou Seafood Market off of Highway 155 in Flint.

The original Swamp People team from the History Channel reality show will be attending the party, with live music, cajun food, and of course, alligators.

The event will be benefiting children with cancer, helping their cost of food, travel, and medical expenses.

It starts at 11AM Saturday at the Cajun Bayou and it runs until midnight. Admission is $5 for adults and kids under 10 get in free.

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