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Mahaffie's Wild West Days

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Mahaffie's Wild West Days

Last weekend - Buffalo Bill, Annie Oakley, Native Americans, trick riders, trick ropers, bandits and more. Two arena shows daily depicting Buffalo Bills 1800s Wild West Show. Western music, western vendors, stagecoach and pony rides. Kids area. Concessions.

Cowboys, Indians, Mountain Men, Mounted Cavalry, Dance Hall gals, stagecoach rides, and lots of critters. Old fashioned rootbeer, kettle corn, fresh roasted peanuts, barbecue and plenty of other vittles. Listen to cowboy music and poetry. Great fun for the whole family. If'n ya don't got cowboy fixin's, spruce up yar duds at one of the old time sutler's tents.

10 a.m. - 5 p.m. daily.

Public parking is available at Olathe North High School, with a free shuttle running to the Mahaffie entrance.

Mahaffie's Wild West Days

Address : Mahaffie Stagecoach Stop and Farm, 1100 Kansas City Road Olathe KS
Phone : 913-971-5111   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : $5/person ages 5 & up or a special family rate of 5 tickets for $20

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