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Tahlequah Holiday Bazaar

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Tahlequah Holiday Bazaar

Holiday Arts & Crafts Show featuring over 40 local artisans and crafters with very affordable, unique gift items. This show is a fundraiser for the Leukemia/Lymphoma Society in memory of our daughter, who we lost to lymphoma when she was 21. We are raising funds for further research in a search for a cure & raising awareness about lymphoma in our community. Free to public, booth fee $40.

Tahlequah Holiday Bazaar

Address : 908 S. College, Tahlequah Community Building Tahlequah OK
Phone : 918-694-3349   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : Free

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Vol 1, Tahlequah, Cherokee Nation, Thursday, September 9, 1844

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