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Band Extravaganze Art-Craft-Ecletic used items

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The Band Extravaganza–is an eclectic assortment of Fine Art, Crafters, Vendors, Home-made Pies and Breads, Antique and Collectable Garage Sale, Breakfast from Chris Cakes, Barbeque Lunch and Children's Activities.

This fun event benefits the De Soto High School Band. Indoor Booth Fee is $40 with 15% of sales donated to the Band for their upcoming Band Trips. Event is held Saturday from 8 to 4, with set-up Friday evening from 6:30pm to 10pm (with optional Saturday morning 6am-8am).

De Soto has many fine artists and our community is very supportive of them...and our event is right on the brink of the Holiday Season.

Band Extravaganze Art-Craft-Ecletic used items

Address : Mill Creek Middle School, 8001 Mize Blvd. Lenexa, Kansas Lenexa KS
Phone : 913-583-1857   (Always call and confirm events.)
Fax : 913-583-1857

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Admission Fee : Free

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