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Annual British Faire

Join the Daughters of the British Empire for their annual fundraiser. Shop for a variety of British goods, foods & cheese, tea, Celtic & Scottish jewelry, antiques, books and holiday goods. Entertainment provided by local dancers, musicians, jugglers, face painters and more. Children's activities. Visit with members of local British clubs. A visit by a Queen and her Court. Enjoy Afternoon Tea served by our members. (11am to 2:45pm) - $14.00 for the tea includes admission. But come early. The Tea sells out fast!

10:00AM to 4:30PM

Annual British Faire

Address : 13420 Oak Street, Lenexa, KS (93rd & Pflumm) Lenexa KS

Email Address : britishfairekc@yahoo.com

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Admission Fee : $1 kids 12 & under / $4 Adults / $14.00 for the Tea includes admission

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