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Annual Holiday Homes Tour

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Event# 620-879-5131

Event Details

Come tour some of the most beautiful homes on our community, lavishly decorated for the holiday season. Sponsored by the Caney Valley Historical Society. Join us on Facebook for additional information!

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Caney-Valley-Historical-Society/200309573325739?ref=hl

Annual Holiday Homes Tour

Address : Caney Valley Historical Society 310 W 4th Avenue Caney KS
Phone : 620-879-5131   (Always call and confirm events.)

Email Address : cvhistsoc@terraworld.net

Admission Fee : $5.00 per person

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