Saline Spring Craft Show Enters It's 21st year

. March 1, 2016.
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Featuring over 150 vendors from across the Midwest showing off their wares, the Saline Spring Craft Show is enters its 21st year, bigger and better than ever. Spring is just around the corner, and decorative seasonal options designed and built by individual artists and crafters will fill the show. There will be performances for children and contests, as well as a silent auction, and for crafters, a juried competition. Shop for stained glass, jewelry, woodwork, toys, clothing, and much more, all in one place! Check the website for a full list of crafters and more information. 

 

8am-3:30pm | Saturday, March 12
$4
Saline Middle School, 7190 N. Maple Rd., Saline. 

734-429-5922salineshows.com

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