Meet the Artists and Craftsmen Day

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Meet the Artists and Craftsmen Day

Be sure to stop by Kansas Originals Market & Gallery at Wiilson KS from 11AM through 3PM for our Meet the Artists and Craftsmen Day! Sample refreshments all day! 3PM - Wilson Area Chamber of Commerce Ribbon Cutting for the John Scott sculpture and our new Store Mascot, Rusty Rojo! and then Awards handed out for the 2016 Kansas Smallworks Show. Make your plans to be at Kansas Originals this Saturday!! Featuring Crop Artist-Stan Herd.

The Post Rock Opportunities Foundation was created to market the work of Kansas artists, Craftsmen, Food Producers and Authors through Kansas Originals Market & Gallery locations.

Meet the Artists and Craftsmen Day

Address : Kansas Originals Market and Gallery, exit 206 on I-70 Wilson KS
Phone : 785-658-2602   (Always call and confirm events.)

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