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The Kewaunee Artisan Center is reaping the benefits of switching to a biannual schedule for its Quilt and Art Show. With a two-year lead time, the center will be putting on display over 280 different pieces. Admission is free with a non-perishable food item. All canned goods collected will be donated to the Kewaunee Food Pantry in time for the holidays. It is not the only charitable endeavor of the KAC according to Show Chair Anne Sinkula.


The show is on Saturday, November 9th at the Heritage Farm. Sinkula is hoping to have attendance top 400 people.


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