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Farmers Bank Rush County, Kansas

Annual Fall Fest Car & Cycle Show ---- AND MORE !

Starting date:

Always call # confirm
Event# 785-222-3555

Event Details


10th Annual Fall Fest featuring...

*CarS *Pickups *Cycles *Tractors *Small Engines

*Craft Fair *Swap Meet *“Hot Rod Hotties *DJ Music

AWARD CATEGORIES

Top 20 Cars Best Ford Best GM Best Mopar Peoples Choice Ladies Choice Original Pickup Vintage Pre-1940

Other
Top 3 Tractors
Top 3 Motorcycles
Club Participation
Historical Society Award

FOR REGISTRATION AND MORE INFORMATION www.rushcounty.org/Events/Fallfest/index.html

Alternate Date in case of bad weather: September 27

Annual Fall Fest Car & Cycle Show ---- AND MORE !

Address : Grass Park, 422 W 10th La Crosse KS
Phone : 785-222-3555   (Always call and confirm events.)

Email Address : perryherrman@att.net

Web Address :
Additional Notes : *Craft Fair *Swap Meet *“Hot Rod Hotties” *DJ Music

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