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36th Annual Art in the Park and Craft Show

September 20, 2014 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Come enjoy Art in the Park in beautiful Central Park, downtown Marion. Over 250 artists from all around the United States, live entertainment, large food court, all in a shady and relaxing setting. Gift certificates will be given away from the Chamber of Commerce, to be used at the craft show. Playground nearby and safe atmosphere. Free admission. For more information, call the Chamber of Commerce at 620-382-3425.

The vendor information packet (letter, registration form and release form) is available in the documents library. More information for vendors is available on the Vendor Information page.

Marion’s 36th Annual Art in the Park and Craft Show September 20, 2014

Make plans now to attend Marion’s 36th Annual Art in the Park and Craft Show, Saturday, September 20th, 2014, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., in beautiful Central Park, downtown Marion, Kansas.

Artists from several states will be displaying their wares. Many of your favorite items will be returning, such as limestone and metal art, food products, soaps, candles, baskets, clothing, jewelry, pet items, baby items, furniture, and photography.

There will be live entertainment at the Gazebo, and be sure to check out the large food court, offering your favorite event items, including made fresh the day of the show bierocks, fresh squeezed limeades, roasted corn, funnel cakes and more.

Register to win a $20.00 gift certificate, courtesy of the Marion Chamber of Commerce Art in the Park Committee. Ten certificates will be given away at 4 p.m., and may be used at any booth before the close of the show.

Parking is not a problem with a free shuttle bus service departing every 15 minutes from parking lots located at Marion Die and Fixture, 421 W. Main, and the Marion Baseball Complex on Eisenhower Drive, just off U.S. 56.

Bring the whole family! For more information, please contact Margo Yates