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LOTS of fun things to buy!

A great event happening this weekend is the University Lake School Spring Faire Garden and Market shopping event! We have relatives who attending ULS and love this school. Proceeds from this event will benefit financial aid and scholarship programs. Here's a rundown of what you can expect from this fun event: They are inviting a select group of vendors from the Midwest and some from around the country to be a part of this event.  Some of the vendors will be Argosy, Bark River Kids, Basket Artistry by Susan Preuss, Beijo Handbags, Daley’s Pleasant Hill Farm, Eclectica, Green Tomato Garden Art, Ebert’s Greenhouse, Harvest Home, Lee Curtis Pottery, Marsh Hill, Mint, Oro Di Olivia, Sandy Bottom Nursery, Silk-n-More, Sneezing Zebra, Stephanie Horne, Totally Toys of Delafield, The Golden Swan, Trails to Bridges and Wheel and Sprocket.  There will also be an Artists Guild selling wares handmade by local artists.  Food and drinks will be available at the café sponsored by Ceriello’s Fine Foods of Delafield. This event is happening in the ULS Barn at 4420 Nagawicka Road in Hartland. Friday May 14 (10am - 6pm) and Saturday May 15 (10am - 3pm). Hope to see you there!

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05/13/2010 4:36AM
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