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Crazy Days!

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Event# 405-375-4445

Event Details

Our city merchants will be having crazy sales throughout their stores offering all kinds of merchandise. Our citizens will be holding their annual City Wide Garage Sales all day long. Make plans now to attend. If you would like to have your sales listed, please give us a call at the Chamber office and we will include your address.

* Downtown Merchants Specials
* Sidewalk Sale
* City Wide Garage Sales
* Starts at 8 am

Crazy Days!

Address : Chisholm Trail Museum, 605 Zellers Ave. Kingfisher OK
Phone : 405-375-4445   (Always call and confirm events.)

Email Address : chamber@pldi.net

Web Address :

City Wide Garage Sales

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