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OddBall Craft Show

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This is a new adventure for us. Gayl & Martha, are trying to provide a place where you can show and sell your items. Trying to keep the price down and still have a pleasant place. One that is easy to find, accessible for buyers, and plenty of time to shop.

As a person that loves making things, it's hard to find somewhere to sell the extra things I make. I’d love to go somewhere to sell, meet some new people and make a little money; after all, we need new supplies.

OddBall Craft Show

Address : Carpenter Place, 1501 N Meridian Wichita KS
Phone : 785-656-1218   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : $1.00 Donation to Food Bank

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