Junepallooza Craft Show & Spring Shin Dig

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Junepallooza is a Craft Show And Shin Dig that will be coming to the Claremore Community Center June 22nd from 9-6 Community Center June 22nd from 9-6 You do not want to miss this show so Grab a friend and head out to Junepallooza for a unique shopping experience. Browse through the 8000 sq ft building filled with reloved and repurposed furniture, home decor, handmade jewelry, shabby chic, recycled treasures vintage junk and handmade crafts guarenteed to find something for yourself and everyone else to everything your heart desires all under 1 roof !!! This indoor craft show is going to be awesome if you love pintrest and your a vintage guru who loves homemade handmade recycled and upcycled with a splash of a bling. There will be door prizes given throughout the day from gift certificates to vendor booth products there is something for everyone ... 3.00 admission for all shopper in lieu of admission we ask that you bring items that will be donated to the Claremore BlueStar Mothers who will take these items and prepare care packages for our troops so save yourself 3 bucks and help support our troops ..... You can like our page on facebook at Junepallooza Craft Show And Consignment Sale there will be a list of items that the mothers are collecting Be sure to check it out there will be concessions avaliable throughout the day as well if your interested in becoming a vendor please email me at were also looking for sponsers for the show your link to your site will be listed on our facebook page . There are discounts given to all out of state vendors for the show...

Admission: 3.00 or items listed on site for the BlueStar Mothers
Address: 2130 N Sioux
Phone: 918-841-0711
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Junepallooza Craft Show & Spring Shin Dig

Junepallooza is a Craft Show And Shin Dig that will be coming to the Claremore Community Center June 22nd from 9-6 Community ...