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Lawrence AACA -- Antique Auto Swap Meet

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Event# 785-843-2222

Event Details

Automotive-related items only.

The swap meet is always held the first full weekend in May. It provides buyers the opportunity to seek those hard-to-find parts and sellers to part with surplus inventory. We use proceeds to provide scholarships to local high school graduates, donations to social service organizations and provide Christmas to some senior citizens.

For print out flyer go to link below.
www.lawrenceregionaaca.com/events/docs/swapmeet.pdf

Lawrence AACA -- Antique Auto Swap Meet

Address : 1/4 mile north of 23rd & Harper Lawrence KS
Phone : 785-843-2222   (Always call and confirm events.)

Email Address : lawrenceaaca@aol.com

Web Address :
Admission Fee : yes

Additional Notes : www.lawrenceregionaaca.com/events/docs/swapmeet.pdf

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