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Retail Locations

Sugaree's Boutique

    615-859-5996 122 S. Maple St. Murfreesboro

    Boro Art Crawl
    Local Art in the Downtown Square and Surrounding Area
    Shop the wonderful local shops and see
    all the artist and makers. 
    Check this site for locations
    Fridays from 6:00-9:00
    June 8     August 10     October 12     December 14

    Craft Fairs/Shows

    Shabby Lane Summer Market
    and Island Luau
    June 2nd 10-4:00
    Lane Agri Park Community Center
    315 John R Rice Blvd • Murfreesboro TN

    Masonic Lodge BBQ and Craft Show
    June 16th 8:00-3:00
    Gallatin Rd, Nashville TN

    Shabby Lane Ladies Day Out
    Tax Free Weekend
    July 28th 10:00-4:00
    Lane Agri Park Community Center
    315 John Rice Blvd • Murfreesboro TN

    Greenway Art/Crafts
    September  10:00-4:00
    910 Golf Lane • Murfreesboro TN 37129
    More info to come

    Shabby Lane Fall Ladies Day Out
    September 22th 10:00-4:00
    Lane Agri Park Community Center
    315 John Rice Blvd • Murfreesboro TN

    Art In The Park
    September 29th 10:00-4:00
    Travis Price Park
    Springfield TN

    Fall Fest At The Hermitage
    October 6th-7th
    Saturday 10:00-5:00  Sunday 10:00 - 4:00
    Andrew Jackson's Hermitage
    Hermitage, Tennessee (South)

    Shabby Lane Holliday Splender
    December 1st 10:00-4:00
    Lane Agri Park Community Center
    315 John Rice Blvd • Murfreesboro TN

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