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KAN-OKLA 100 Mile Highway Sale

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Event# 620-879-2918

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Pack a bag and spend a couple of days searching out all those treasures you've been longing to have! Southeast Kansans and northeast Oklahomans are getting together to host towns full of yard sales just for you.

The area will be packed with yard sales and flea markets with the route running from Sedan, KS to Coffeyville, KS south to Nowata, OK east to Bartlesville, OK north on Hwy 75 thru Dewey, Copan, OK thru Caney, KS north 4 miles to Caney Valley Antique Power Associations flea market where camping will be available and on north to Independence,

KS. The towns of Sedan, Dearing, Independence,Caney, Dewey, Coffeyville, Lenapah and Nowata are also planning city wide sales. And several of the towns will have large areas along the highways for sales to set up with maps available in each town.

KAN-OKLA 100 Mile Highway Sale


Phone : 620-879-2918   (Always call and confirm events.)

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