Randolph's Holiday Arts & Crafts Show

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Event Date(s): Sat, 11/30/2019 - 10:00am - 4:00pm
Randolph's Holiday Craft Show at the School 2019

Looking for a great opportunity to pick up the perfect one of a kind gift for the holidays?  Randolph Central School is excited to announce the 8th annual RCS Arts and Crafts Show will take place at the High and Elementary School GYMS of Randolph Central School District. The free show will be open to the public in both high school gyms and the elementary building that is right next to the high school on Saturday November 30th. Browse this year’s lineup of vendors along with a concession stand and bake sale.

Shoppers will find a variety of outstanding goods ranging from wooden cutting boards, stained glass, alpaca products and organic soaps.  Expect a lively atmosphere for all ages with a door prize, raffles, and lots of food vendors (chili, soups, walking tacos, baked goods). Parents can bring their kids to the free Krafty Kids Childcare Corner to make some crafts while they shop. Make this year’s holidays one to remember with a hand crafted gift!

For more information on this event please visit https://www.facebook.com/randolphholidayartsandcrafts/

This event will be held at:

Randolph Central School
18 Main St.
Randolph, NY 14772
United States
42° 9' 38.8332" N, 78° 57' 6.012" W
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