Salamanca High School Craft Show

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Event Date(s): Sat, 04/21/2018 - 10:00am - 4:00pm
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Salamanca High School Craft Show 2018

Come to this amazing Craft Show, held at the Salamanca High School with over 60 vendors!  This show has FREE admission and portions of the money raised with be used to offset costs of the Yearbook!  In addition to craft related vendors, there will be concessions, a bake sale and lots of great gifts from popular vendors like Lulu Roe and Thirty One. More vendors are being accepted at this time, but the current listing includes:

Lula Roe, Paparazzi, Sadies This & That Bowtique, Dolly Duds, Jens Pink Zebra, Gardens of Eternity, Tupperware, Sew Much 2 Make, Hoffbeat Designs, Graymaw’s Goodies n More, Pampered Chef, Clares Country Creations, Herbal Expressions, Origami Owl, Cow Girl Country Crafts, Hilltop Soap Shop, First-N-Ten LLC, Avon, Debbie’s Designs, American Diabetes Association, Lightning Style Creations, Young Living Independent Distributor, New Directions Youth and Family Services, Kathy’s Krafts, MSH Creations, Wine Bottle Crafts and More, D&K Reclaimed Wood Projects, Country Scents Candle and Suds, Tastefully Simple, Foxy’s Pet Food & Supplies, Card Lady Creations, Chance’s Custom Crafts, USB-le Jewelry, Unique Charme, Farm Naturals, Wreathes by Melanie and Jenn, J & J Animal Products South, Scentsy, Steph’s Creations, Young Living Essentional Oil, Norwex, K&A Designs, Piphany and Thirty One.

For more information on this event please visit http://www.salamancany.org/craftshow

This event will be held at:

Salamanca High School
51 Iroquois Dr.
Salamanca, NY 14779
United States
Phone: 716-945-2400 ext. 6553
42° 10' 6.6288" N, 78° 43' 46.92" W
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