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Cowtown Days & Rodeo

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Event# 620-856-3131

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The annual celebration features live entertainment throughout the festival, featuring "Pride of Texas Shows Carnival" with 15 big rides. Route 66 Classic Car Show with over 50 cars and motorcycles. Along with Wild West Gun-fight re-enactments and Wild West Shows by the Cherokee Arts Council, Carriage rides, Stage concerts, Mustang GT 5.0 raffle, "Battle of the Bands," and much more.

* Gospel Music * Entertainment Each Night * Arts and Crafts * Food Vendors * Historical Society Presentation * Car Show and Cruise * 3 Day Saddle Club Rodeo

6:00 -10pm

Cowtown Days & Rodeo

Address : Hwy 166 E, Kiwanis Park Baxter Springs KS
Phone : 620-856-3131   (Always call and confirm events.)

Email Address : chamber@baxtersprings.us

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Admission Fee : Free

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Little League Baseball Museum

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Black Dog Trail Marker

Located on the grounds of the Historical Museum, the marker commemorates the Black Dog Trail opened in 1803 by Chief Black Dog ( Manka - Chonka) and his band of Osage Indians who had a village nearby where springs once flowed freely.

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Baxter Springs Historical Museum

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Log Cabin

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