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Annual Buttons & Bows Arts & Crafts Show

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Event# 785-565-5050

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An Arts and Crafts Fair with vendors from several states selling their original hand crafted work. Items available are: wood, pottery, jewelry, fabric, crocheted, basket weaving, and many, many more. Be sure to visit the Bake Sale Tables and Concession Stand for our well known Buttons 'n Bows Sloppy Joes. The $2 admission makes you eligible for the handmade quilt drawing. Second Saturday in November.
8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

Annual Buttons & Bows Arts & Crafts Show

Address : Seven Dolors Catholic Church, 306 S. Juliette Manhattan KS
Phone : 785-565-5050   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : $2 Admission makes you eligible for the quilt drawing.

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