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North Topeka Kiwanis Car Show

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Event# 785-640-4441

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Registration 11:00a to 2:00p Awards at 4:00pm. Trophies for Best of Show and Peoples Choice and plaques for Best of Class and special categories. Dash plaques, door prizes and grab bags for 1st 100 registrants. Kids and adult trivia contest and games, pony rides, Hot Wheel Car races and visit with Santa. Pre Registration $12.00 and $17.00 at the show. Contact Terry @ 785-640-4441 or Steve @ 785-845-0725

North Topeka Kiwanis Car Show

Address : Spangles North @ 24 Highway & Rochester Rd Topeka KS
Phone : 785-640-4441   (Always call and confirm events.)

Email Address : tillysr@aol.com

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Admission Fee : Free to spectaters

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