Duncan craft show will continue today
DUNCAN — As the seasons change from summer to fall and the winter holidays are looming on the horizon, folks looking for bargains and a diverse shopping experience can fi nd both at the Stephens County Fair & Expo Center.
Most of the 86,600-square-foot Conference Center will be fi lled with items at the Duncan Arts, Crafts & Hobbies Association’s Fall Show today.
“The Association has been around for almost 40 years,” said Rachel Lawley. “There used to be two arts and crafts clubs in Duncan, but they combined about 12 years ago and we began hosting a show in the fall and another show in the spring called the Spring Fling.