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Jerry Thomas Gallery & Collection Holiday Open House

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Event# 785-410-6667

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The Christmas Open House and ever-popular Sugar Plum Sale is scheduled for Sunday from 1:30 – 3:30, with a drawing for raffle prizes at 3:30. Among the raffle prizes will be one of Tava See’s famous German chocolate cakes, a gift plate of Marvel Hopkins Keyse’s marvelous fudge and Patsi Graham’s practically perfect peanut brittle! There will be at least one more item for your choice.

We will be selling holiday cookies and candies by the pound and will serve refreshments. It’s a fun afternoon – don’t miss it!

Jerry Thomas Gallery & Collection Holiday Open House

Address : 902 W. Hiway 96 Scott City KS
Phone : 785-410-6667   (Always call and confirm events.)

Email Address : Ljjms@cox.net

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Admission Fee : Free

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