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Christmas Arts & Crafts Show

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Event# 580-497-3318

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The Cheyenne Roger Mills Chamber of Commerce annual Christmas Arts & Crafts show is the first weekend in December. There are two rooms full of crafters from all over. New crafters added every year. There are door prizes drawn every hour. Santa makes a visit and hands out goodies to all the boys & girls.
Concession available with lots of great homemade goodies!

Booth space is available. Contact the chamber to see how you can reserve a space.
Show is on Saturday only. 9AM-4PM

Christmas Arts & Crafts Show

Address : Cheyenne OK RMC Ag Pavilian Cheyenne OK
Phone : 580-497-3318   (Always call and confirm events.)

Email Address : cheyennecoc@yahoo.com

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Admission Fee : Free Admission

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