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4th of July Flea Market

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Event# 402-729-3000

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Over 300 Vendors and 10,000 visitors. The Shriners Parade begins at 10 am on July 4th, fireworks at dusk. Don't miss the largest flea market in Southeast Nebraska! Sponsored by the Pioneer Shrine Club of Fairbury and Hebron.

4th of July Flea Market

Address : City Park. Fairbury NE
Phone : 402-729-3000   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : Free

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Fairbury, NE National Register

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