By SALINA POST
After a two-year hiatus, the Prairie Patch Craft Show is back!
Sponsored by the Southeast of Saline Education Foundation, the show is scheduled for 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Nov. 12 at Southeast of Saline, 5056 E. Kansas Highway 4. The show is handicapped and stroller accessible and is open to the public at no charge.
"It's been a while but.....we're back! We can't wait to welcome you to this year's show. You're invited to join us for a great day of shopping and so much more!" the education foundation noted in information about the event.
A wide variety of vendors are scheduled to be on hand with holiday decor, unique gifts, and handmade crafts, providing an opportunity to get some Christmas shopping done early.
Additionally, there will be homemade concessions. The Prairie Patch Cafe will feature Southeast of Saline's famous chili and cinnamon rolls, along with many other menu items.
A number of Southeast of Saline students will be involved in this year's event. Some are volunteering to help vendors unload and set up their booths. Other students plan to help serve food. Some students even plan to have their own booths to raise money for their organizations. Student groups include the National Honor Society; the Family, Community & Career Leaders of America; Future Farmers of America, the Sparklers Dance Team, and more.
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Cover photo from a previous show courtesy Prairie Patch Craft Show Facebook page.