Nescatunga Arts Festival

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Event# 580-327-1647

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First Saturday - Artists and crafts people from all over the region gather on the downtown square. Exciting entertainment all day!! Arts: Oils,acrylics, Water Colors, Sculpture, Pastels, Photography, Jewelry, Pottery, Weaving and more. Crafts:Basketry, Clothing Ceramics, Furniture, Decorative items and more. BLACKSMITHING and QUILTING demonstrations.
Arts and Crafters for booth space contact Grace at 580-327-2835

Nescatunga Arts Festival

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Admission Fee : Free

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