Open April 1 Through December 31, Annually, Prairie PastTimes Features Antiques And "Made In The Flint Hills" Arts And Crafts. In 2010, Prairie PastTimes Features The Work Of 30 Cooperative Participants, Displaying Jewelry, Homemade Candles & Soaps, Doll Clothes, Ladies And Children's Clothing, Rustic Furniture Made From Reclained Lumber, Small Original Stained Glass Items, Large Traditional Stained Glass Pieces, Fine Picture Frames Made Of Chase County Timer, Wood Carvings, Scroll Saw Work Art, Stone & Gourd Painting, Aprons And Other Kitchen Items, Tote Bags, Chenille Jackets, Quilts And Quilted Decorating Accessories, Hand-crafted Baby Gift Items, Home-made Jams And Jellies, Fine Art Furniture, Hand-crafted Silver Pendents, Hand-woven Baskets, A Year-round Christmas Corner, And Antique Music Instruments. Prairie PastTimes Is Open Tuesday Through Saturday 11:00 A.m. To 5:00 P.m. And Sundays Noon To 4:00 P.m., And Additionally, Whever The Sign Is Out Front!
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