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Spirit of Kansas Celebration

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Event# 785- 267-1156

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The Topeka Spirit of Kansas Festival is an old-fashioned 4th of July celebration held at Lake Shawnee from l0:00 am to dark with arts and craft vendors, car show, food, free children activities, entertainment, sporting events, and annual fireworks July 4 at 10:00 p.m. In the evening there will be a water-ski show.

$10 entry fee for cars in the show and entry fees for vendors but admission is free to families!

Spirit of Kansas Celebration

Address : Tinman Circle, Lake Shawnee, 29th and Croco Rd Topeka KS
Phone : 785- 267-1156   (Always call and confirm events.)

Email Address : tina@sk8away

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Admission Fee : Free

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