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Annual Arkansas Glasshopper Inc. Depression Era Glass & Potter Show

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Event# (501) 375-0435

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24 dealers from 14 states offer depression era glass, china, and pottery for show and sale. From 9-5 p.m., on Saturday and 10 to 4 p.m., on Sunday.

Annual Arkansas Glasshopper Inc. Depression Era Glass & Potter Show

Address : Hall of Industry Little Rock AR
Phone : (501) 375-0435   (Always call and confirm events.)

Email Address : esthermitchell@msn.com

Admission Fee : $4

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