Left Bank Art League Holiday Fine Art and Craft Show

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Left Bank Art League is shaking it up a bit this year with a New Holiday Fine Art and Craft Show just in time for the Holiday shopping frenzy. This year Left Banks Holiday Art Fair and Craft Show will kick off the leagues 55th Anniversary benefiting area women's and children centers. Join us Saturday December 4th 2010 at the Mississippi Valley Fair Grounds, Keppy Hall, 2815 W Locust St.,Davenport,IA from 9am-7pm. Help bring a smile to a Childs face this year and get your Holiday shopping done at the same time. Donations at the door of gently use children clothes and/or canned foods will be greatly welcomed and donated to shelters in our area. Mark your calendars for a unique one of a kind handmade holiday shopping experience.

Left Bank Art League Holiday Fine Art and Craft Show

Address : Mississippi Valley Fair Grounds, 2815 W Locust St., Davenport, Ia Davenport IA
Phone : 563-343-2765   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : free

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