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Event:Flea to Fab Market and Craft Show

Save the Date: December 12, 2015 at the Cole Community Center in Canyon, TX from 10:00 am - 3:00 pm.

Flea to Fab Market and Craft Show

Smiling Coyote Farm along with many (40 or more) local producers and vendors are bringing you our best local products and a lot more December 12th at the Cole Community Center in Canyon, TX for Flea to Fab Market and Craft Show. Smiling Coyote will have our full selection of herb/spice blends and spice teas as well as gift boxes for the spices.

You can pre-order for pickup at this event in our online store. If you pre-order, there's no worry that the "sold-out" demon might run off with your favorite spice blend or tea. Just a hint, eh.

Yes, we have gift boxes for our herb/spice blends. Select any of our blends, your choice. High quality white, padded box with lid holds three 2 fl. oz glass jars (pictured) or two 3 fl. oz. glass jars.

This is the fourth year for this event and we expect it to be outstanding in the quality of vendors and selection of products. It's a "can't miss" deal.

Santa will be there for pictures with the kids and we're looking forward to seeing you there as well.

Event details here:

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