The Saline Craft Show at Saline Middle School

. November 1, 2015.
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Since 1987, the Saline Craft Show has been dedicated to providing a quality, juried, craft show that benefits the community while providing shoppers with high quality merchandise. Over 275 vendors are expected to be selected to display their wares to around 10,000 visitors over the course of the day with paintings, clothing, ceramics, jewelry, and handcrafted items will be available with seasonal items; the show is the perfect place to find that unique ornament for the tree, or that homemade gift for a picky aunt. Proceeds benefit Saline High School teams and clubs, as well as various community-based programs.

8am-3:30pm Saturday, November 14
$4
Saline Middle School, 7190 N. Maple Rd., Saline
734-429-5922. 734-401-4020 | salineshows.com

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