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Relics Antique, Vintage, Handmade Market

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Event# 308-340-6094

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Relics is a multi vendor event featuring a great variety of antiques, vintage, retro, collectible, handmade, repurposed and much more at the Buffalo county Fairgrounds Kearney, Nebraska. Admission $3, good for both days. Children under 12 free.

Relics Antique, Vintage, Handmade Market

Address : 3807 Ave M Kearney NE
Phone : 308-340-6094   (Always call and confirm events.)

Email Address : FOUR13EVENTS@hotmail.com

Admission Fee : $3

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