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Freedom Fest and Russell Oil Days CelebrationsFireworks

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Event# 785-483-6960

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Old-fashioned fun with entertainment and after dark aerial fireworks display.

Adopt a duck for the duck races held in the afternoon at the Duke Johnson Memorial Water Park. Cake walk and bingo inside. Oilfield Olympics, parade, and the Oilfield Quilt Show and Auction. Stay for the hamburger fry at the VFW. Then live entertainment honoring our country's fight for freedom. Funnel cakes, homemade ice cream and other goodies available. Then the fireworks begin about 9:30.

Freedom Fest and Russell Oil Days CelebrationsFireworks

Address : 248 N Memorial Dr Russell KS
Phone : 785-483-6960   (Always call and confirm events.)

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