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Annual Topeka Gem & Mineral Show

"Featuring the Moon Rock & the Kansas Meteorites" Special Exhibits: Gems, Minerals, Jewelry, Fossils, Demonstrations, Dealers. Saturday 10 am - 6 pm, Sunday 10 am - 5 pm

Annual Topeka Gem & Mineral Show

Address : Agricultural Hall, Kansas Expocentre Topeka KS

Email Address : rock2plate@aol.com

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Admission Fee : Adult $4. Students 13-17: $1. Kids under 13 with an adult: free

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Carousel in the Park & Gage Park Mini-Train

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First Presbyterian Church

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