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Heart Land Toy Show Salina

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Event# 785-201-7814

Event Details

Buy, sell, trade. We have 200 plus tables of toys (not counting what might be sitting on the floor). Something for everyone: Old and New, Re-built and not re-built. Trucks, Cars, Old & New Farm Toys, Antique Toys, Vintage Toys, Hot Wheels, NASCAR, Dolls, Cast Iron, Parts for Toys, Marbles, Model Cars, Manuals, Trains and a lot of "Wish I still had" toys. Just an awesome Toy Show!!! Open to the Public.

In the 4-H and Kenwood Hall building. Opens at 9 AM and closes at 3 PM. Food on the premises by Ambucs of Salina which consists of Chili Soup, Chicken Noodle Soup, Pie, free coffee and water.

Floor Rights: $10 per person 7 am - 9 am on Saturday
$10 per person on Friday during set up!

Heart Land Toy Show Salina

Address : Kenwood Park, 900 Greeley Salina KS
Phone : 785-201-7814   (Always call and confirm events.)

Email Address : HLTS_Salina@cox.net

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Admission Fee : Admission $4 over 12 years of age, Under 12 free when accompanied by an adult.

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