Memorial Weekend Flea Market & Craft Show

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Visit our annual event with flea market, crafts, antiques, food and artist demonstrations of pottery, blacksmithing and rug weaving. Saturday- Monday May 26-28, 2015 from 10-5. Vendors will be set up in the park along the river and the shops and Indian Artifact Museum will be open.
An annual Memorial Day bike show should be stopping at 1 pm and will auction off a hand made quilt and will raffle off over $350 worth of Harley Davidson items. Open to the public. See the poster below on the bike ride if you want to join their ride that starts in Ottumwa contact Kim Bix at 641-684-2182 for more information.

Memorial Weekend Flea Market & Craft Show

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