The Mission Arts & Eats Festival at the Sylvester Powell Jr. Community Center didn’t draw quite as many sales as hoped for Saturday, some vendors said. But those who came to shop, such as Karen Trader of Overland Park, were delighted with their finds. Trader picked out handmade jewelry by Karen Pederson.
The Mission Arts & Eats Festival at the Sylvester Powell Jr. Community Center didn’t draw quite as many sales as hoped for Saturday, some vendors said. But those who came to shop, such as Karen Trader of Overland Park, were delighted with their finds. Trader picked out handmade jewelry by Karen Pederson. JILL TOYOSHIBA The Kansas City Star
The Mission Arts & Eats Festival at the Sylvester Powell Jr. Community Center didn’t draw quite as many sales as hoped for Saturday, some vendors said. But those who came to shop, such as Karen Trader of Overland Park, were delighted with their finds. Trader picked out handmade jewelry by Karen Pederson. JILL TOYOSHIBA The Kansas City Star

Festival brings retail traffic to downtown Mission

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