Marble Crazy

Lynda Sproules 913-441-1432



Bonner Springs, Kansas, January 21, 2014-- The 14th annual “Marble Crazy” show will begin on Friday March 7th in Bonner Springs, Kansas. This is a show for art lovers and marble lovers. Artists from all across the USA will gather for two days of marble making. They will demonstrate the techniques of taking molten glass from the furnace and from the torch and creating beautiful art marbles. The artists will also display their work and offer it for sale. The show takes place at the Moon Marble Company located on Hwy K-32 just west of Hwy K-7 in Bonner Springs. It will begin at noon on Friday, March 7 and run until 9 pm. The show hours on Saturday, March 8 are 10 am to 5 pm. The Kansas City Marble Collectors Club will round out a fun weekend by hosting a third day of marble activity on Sunday, March 9 at the Overland Park Holiday Inn. The 2014 Marble Club Show will run from 9 am to 3 pm. Admission to the events at both locations is free. For further information contact the Moon Marble Company at 913-441-1432, or visit the website at Moon Marble Company was founded in 1997, by Bruce Breslow and Lynda Sproules. They offer a large selection of machine made and handmade contemporary marbles for sale.


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