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Old Jefferson Town High School Art Display

The Curry House will hold its Annual Art Show of Jefferson County High School students. All Jefferson County students are welcome to display their projects. Contact Virginia Winsor: vawinsor@gmail.com This event is for Saturday and Sunday 1-4 pm

Old Jefferson Town High School Art Display

Address : Old Jefferson Town, Oskaloosa, KS Oskaloosa KS

Email Address : vawinsor@gmail.com

Admission Fee : free will donation

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