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Top Of Texas: Antiques, Arts & More

  The Wichita County Heritage Society is preparing now for their October presentation of "Top of Texas: Antiques, Arts and More!"


The Premiere Top of Texas event is a weekend filled of antique shopping! The event promises unique crafter's, antique dealers, artisans, as well as authentic food vendors. The opportunity for item appraisals is also available.

The event is scheduled for the weekend of October 10-11 at the Coyote Ranch Resort. It's located on US Highway 387 North in Wichita Falls.


Address: 14145 US Hwy 287 N.

Admission: $5

Parking: Free

Vendor booths are still available for the fair. Call the WCHS office for information at (940) 723-0623.

For additional information about the event, visit www.TopofTexasAntiques.com.
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