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Apple Blossom Festival

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Event# 316-283-5400

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Newton's first outdoor celebration of Spring. Entertainment and food for all generations, regional musicians and dancers, kidfest, crafts, and carriage rides. 5-8pm.

Apple Blossom Festival

Address : 1200 E 7th, Presbyterian Manor grounds Newton KS
Phone : 316-283-5400   (Always call and confirm events.)

Email Address : ndickinson@pmma.org

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Admission Fee : $7 meal

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