3rd Annual Holiday Art and Jewelry Sale by Local Artists

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3rd Annual Holiday Art and Jewelry Sale by Local Artists

Time: November 18, 2011 at 5pm to November 20, 2011 at 2pm
Location: Gene Leyden's House
Street: 265 Ohio Street
City/Town: ASHLAND
Phone: 541 482-5501
Event Type: sale, by, local, artists
Organized By: Gene Leyden
Latest Activity: Nov 15, 2011

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Local artists presenting unique and handmade gifts! Organic flower wreaths by Valerie McCoy, original watercolors and pastels plus greeting cards by Jane Hardgrove and Lorien Leyden, one of a  kind designs in sterling silver jewelry with gemstones and Austrian crystals by Lorien and Gene Leyden, organic skin oils by Gene Leyden, and hand knit and felt hats, scarves, purses, and shawls by Skye Sugar! Plus mimosas and chocolate chip cookies!

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