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Beloit Holiday Fair

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Event# 785-534-1212

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The Beloit Holiday Fair, formerly the Delphian Arts and Crafts show has been a long standing tradition in Beloit. The Delphian Club passed on the reigns of this popular show to the Cassiopeia Club in 2009. We are a group of young women in the community with an eye on philanthropy to make the community of Beloit thrive with opportunity. Our last fair was a huge success for both Vendors and Shoppers. Please join our fair again as we carry-on the tradition of arts and crafts while adding new energy and excitement to keep with the times. -We are open to artists and craftsmen presenting original or handmade work. Home-based party plans are also invited, but no commercial businesses.

Beloit Holiday Fair

Address : Municipal Building 119 North Hersey Beloit KS
Phone : 785-534-1212   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : 2.00

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