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Annual Arts & Crafts Show

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Event# 918 885 4939

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Hominy and the Osage county Tourism Oversight Committee will be having their Annual Arts & Crafts Show. We will have several vendors available along with our local restaurants. There will also be lots of interesting things for sale and lots of food to eat!!

For your listening enjoyment, one of the best impersonators of Elvis "The King" will be here to ensure you have a rockin' good time. We will also have Photography Express from Tulsa to take your picture. One of our Junior Chamber members along with local sponsors is sponsoring a Hot Dog eating contest. Prizes & Gift Certificates will be given out at random. Come Join the fun!!
Hours are 10am - 4pm

Booths are only $10 (electricity can be provided)

Annual Arts & Crafts Show

Address : Main Street Hominy OK
Phone : 918 885 4939   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : Free

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Cha'

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