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1 comment

C Allen November 13, 2008 at 10:27 am

What a rip off. The city charges over $100, to $200 for a booth, and we get mostly flea market junk displayed. They should go back to the format of an “Arts and crafts fair”, for locals artists and craftsmen. Most of what we saw was from China, Taiwan, Korea, and cheap junk. Not much was selling either. Everyone I spoke with had the same comments, and tried to do business with only the local vendors.

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