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SECOND SATURDAY OF JUNE - Great food, beautiful crafts, and wild and wacky fun. Assorted booths will tempt you with delicious edibles from Buffalo Burgers to German Sausage and Kraut. Other vendors display and sell their goods and crafts or serve up the best hand-made, genuine lemon-aid! There are many activities to delight everyone - a Kids Corner where children can make and take a craft, a Lumberjack Show, Canoe Race, and Washer Tournament. During the evenings, pull up a lawn chair or spread a blanket on ground and listen to some of our awesome local talent in the bands that entertain the masses.

Riverfest

Address : Walter P. Chrysler Park Ellis KS
Phone : 785-726-2660   (Always call and confirm events.)

Email Address : ellismn@gbta.net

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