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Majestic Pines Artisans and Crafters Market featured artworks for sale at the Nisswa Pioneer Village

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The annual Majestic Pines Artisans and Crafters Market featured a variety of works for sale June 25, 2022, at the Nisswa Pioneer Village.
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NISSWA — The annual Majestic Pines Artisans and Crafters Market featured a variety of works for sale June 25 at the Nisswa Pioneer Village.

This sale showcases a variety of hand-made items from local vendors, including jewelry, soaps, wooden home décor, jams/jellies, specialty foods, metal fabricated signs and more.

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The annual Majestic Pines Artisans and Crafters Market took place June 25, 2022, at the Nisswa Pioneer Village.
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