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Dodge City Days Arts, Crafts and Things Show

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Event# 620-227-7077

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Beat the heat and bring your family to the Village Square Mall and enjoy strolling through all the booths filled with unique arts, crafts and things! There will be vendors from all over the United States showing off their exceptional goods. NEW THIS YEAR – the show will run for three great days – Friday, Saturday and Sunday. 12 p.m. – 6 p.m. For more information, contact Retired and Senior Volunteer Program at (620) 227-7077.

Dodge City Days Arts, Crafts and Things Show

Address : Village Square Mall Dodge City KS
Phone : 620-227-7077   (Always call and confirm events.)

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