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Redbud Artisan Market

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Support Texas Artisans!
Redbud Artisan Market features the art and fine craft of over 50 Texas artisans, each present to exhibit their own unique art! The next show will be held on Saturday, April 3 at Market Square in Fredericksburg, TX, under the beautiful pavilions in the park!  You will find woodworking, jewelry, painting, pottery, glass art, metal art, mosaics, photography and much more! Take a little road trip and join us to support local artists! For any other info, please contact Kathy at [email protected]

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  • Marktplatz

    126 W. Main St., Fredericksburg Fredericksburg, TX

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