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Heritage Art Show - 2016

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Heritage Art Show - 2016

Students from all grades in Dickinson County have been invited to show off their works of art in the Heritage Art Show Hosted by the Dickinson County Heritage Center This event marks a great tradition of artwork presented by talented students of Dickinson County

The Heritage Center will host the Annual Heritage Art Show from February 7 through February 16. This show will present works of art from Dickinson County students.

There will be an opening reception held at the museum on Sunday, February 7, 1:00pm to 4:00pm.

Cookies will be served for all who attend.

Adults: $6.00
Seniors (62 & over): $5.00
*Children (2-14): $2.00
Adult Carousel Ride: $2.00
Call for Group Rates of 8+

*Includes Carousel Ride

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Heritage Art Show - 2016

Address : The Heritage Center, 412 S Campbell Abilene KS
Phone : 785-263-2681   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : Adults $6, Seniors $5 & Children $2

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