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Mistletoe madness returns to help kickoff your holiday shopping

Mistletoe madness returns to help kickoff your holiday shopping

The holiday shopping season is just around the corner and the Lee’s Summit Parks and Recreation Department has just the event to hope residents start crossing things off their lists. 

Mistletoe Madness returns this year on Nov. 2 and 3 at the Gamber Community Center. The event runs from 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 2 and 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 3. 


Vendors include: Scentsy, Costco, Premier Designs Jewelry, Sassy Snap Jewelry, Pampered Chef, Tupperware, Partylite, Norwex, KCMO Ventures, Dandelion, Décor & Metalworks, LulaRoe, Crocheted and knitted items, Nelson Crafts & Creations, Elite Laser Etching, WKT Glass Art, Amazing Grace ZB Boutique, A Family Affair, Indeed!, Christmas, Decorations & Gifts, Mary Kay, Signature Creations Studio, Bed Sheets, Willing Workers Longview Christian Church, Louise’s Crafts, Color Street Nails, Xquisite Designs Gift Baskets & Trays, Bella BKC Leather Earrings, Bottles, Tea Towels & Jewelry, Doterra Essential Oils, Gemstone Chokers, Young Living Essential oils, Gayle Lunning, Book Author, Flu Shots by Grandview Price Chopper, and Porter Chiropractic.

Entry to Mistletoe Madness is FREE. Gamber Community Center is located at 4 SE Independence Avenue just off 2nd Street and 291 Highway in Lee's Summit. Make sure to include it as one of your stops on November 2 and 3! Call 816-969-1580 for more information.

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Let the R-7 School Board race begin

Let the R-7 School Board race begin