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2017-01-26

Kerrville Winter Market set for Jan 28 & 29

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The 2nd annual Kerrville Winter Market comes to the Inn of The Hills Hotel & Conference Center, 1001 Junction Highway in Kerrville Saturday and Sunday, Jan. 28-29.

Texas Market Guide announces its second event of the year. The 2nd annual Kerrville Winter Market comes to the Inn of The Hills Hotel & Conference Center. The hotel is located at 1001 Junction Highway Kerrville, TX. Kerrville was chosen as the show site due to the great local shoppers and wonderful convention facility. It has also been said that a quality arts & crafts event would be most welcome in the area at this time of year.
Vendors from around the state will show items such as clothing, gourmet foods, jewelry, Texas handmade, art, gifts, metal art, garden related gifts, and so much more.
Kerrville Winter Market will be held on January 28-29 and show hours are 10 am-5 pm Saturday and 11 am-4 pm Sunday. This event is open to the public. Admission to the show is $4; however, customers can save $1 on their admission by bringing a canned good or nonperishable food item (such as peanut butter, macaroni & cheese, rice, etc.) as a donation to the food bank. Admission is good for all days and kids under 12 are always free.
Just a few booths remain available. For vendor or general information please call 888-225-3427.
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