Olde Alton Arts & Crafts

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Crafters from a 500 mile radius display their homemade items. Breakfast and lunch served

Olde Alton Arts & Crafts

Phone : (618) 259-5660   (Always call and confirm events.)

Additional Notes : Directions and Attractions Highway: 1 mile west of Rt.3 (Homer Adams Parkway) in Alton. Interesection: 2 blocks west from College Ave. & Washington Ave. intersection in Alton. Admission Price(s): Sat: $3 Sun: $2 Hours of Operation: S: 9am-5pm Su: 10am-4pm


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