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Flint Hills Sheek Boutique Shop and Crop

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Event# 785-539-3189

Event Details

The Flint Hills Sheek Boutique is a unique bi-annual Holiday shopping event that brings various local and not so local businesses together in one place. The Sheek Boutique gives businesses the unique opportunity to showcase their very best arts, crafts, home decor, gift items, and homemade foods to make a very unique, one-of-a-kind shopping experience for the surrounding communities that cannot be found anywhere else. Second Saturday of November.

The first 100 shoppers will receive goodie bags filled with samples and unique gift items created just for this event. Shoppers can register for many door prizes and raffle prizes to be given throughout the day just for attending. After the shopping floor closes, the floor will re-open for a unique crop sponsored by local scrapbook and stamping artists. There are many unique cropper packages to choose from when you register.

Flint Hills Sheek Boutique Shop and Crop

Address : Clarion Hotel, 530 Richards Drive Manhattan KS
Phone : 785-539-3189   (Always call and confirm events.)
Fax : 785-537-6085

Email Address : amymuse@me.com

Admission Fee : Free

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