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Leavenworth County Fair

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Event# 913-683-4483

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4-H member animal and non-animal exhibits, booths, food, carnival rides & entertainment: Tues - Parade 6:30, Draft Horse Pull 8pm; Weds - Rodeo & Concert 8pm; Thurs - Rodeo & Concert 8pm & Armband night for carnival rides; Fri - Talent Show TBD, Livestock Auction 7pm, Sat - Youth Dance 6:30pm, Turtle Races 1pm, Kids Pedal Tractor Pull 2pm & Demolition Derby 6:30pm,

Leavenworth County Fair

Address : Tonganoxie Fair Grounds Tonganoxie KS
Phone : 913-683-4483   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Reno Methodist Church

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Tonganoxie Water Park

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Tonganoxie Community Historical Society Museum

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The Fairchild/Knox Historic Barns

The Fairchild/Knox hay barn and milk parlor are now the Community building and the museum of the Tonganoxie Historical Socitey. The original barn was built in 1901, but burned down in 1928. Frank Fairchild, with his wife, Mattie, formerly of Ulster County, NY started the dairy with 40

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