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Mistletoe Madness One-Stop Shopping Event November 4th & 5th

Mistletoe Madness One-Stop Shopping Event November 4th & 5th

Lee’s Summit Parks & Recreation is hosting Mistletoe Madness once again, your chance to cross names off your gift list in one stop! 

The two-day event will be held Friday, November 4th from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday, November 5th from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Gamber Community Center in Lee’s Summit, MO.

Vendors will include: 
Artemis Design
Bailey's Quilts
Butterfly Wishes
Detials Extra
Essential Oils
Downing House
Heidi/Jane Design
Porter Chiropratic
Louise Barber
Made with Love
Norwex
Pampered Chef & Two Empty Nesters
Premier Desgin
Tupperware
Scentsy
Stamping Kat
Tastefully Simple
The Body Shop
Xquisite Design
Vendor Highlight

Entry to Mistletoe Madness is FREE. 

Gamber Community Center is located at 4 SE Independence Avenue just off 2nd Street and 291 Highway in Lee’s Summit. Make sure to include it as one of your stops on November 4 and 5! 

Call 816-969-1580 for more information.

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