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Ponca Craft Show

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Event# 402-755-2221

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The Ponca Craft Show is held annually on the second Saturday of November. Area crafters fill over 60 tables with a variety of crafts from wood to glass to fabric and more. Interested vendors are encouraged to contact Lori Heaton at (402) 755-4202 or (402) 755-2221 or Ashley Uthof at (402) 632-1716 or (402) 755-2221.

Ponca Craft Show


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