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Oktoberfest

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Event# 620.845.6444

Event Details

Pumpkin Decorating for the Kids!!! Purchase your pumpkin at the Gazebo.

"JAKES" and Daisy BB Gun - Take Aim Shooting Trailer -- Located on the grounds.

Kolache Kitchen at Nostalgia Nook - 4 N. Main
Come in early and enjoy a fresh hot kolache

City Wide Garage Sales - Sidewalk Sales - Bake Sales - Craft Booths
Main Street

KanOkla's Annual Volunteer Fire Department Competition
2:00p.m. East of Gazebo

Caldwell Fire Department Annual Figure 8 Race
7:00p.m. Caldwell Fair Grounds west of town

Oktoberfest


Phone : 620.845.6444   (Always call and confirm events.)

Email Address : caldwell@kanokla.net

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Admission Fee : Free

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