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Event# 580-423-7237

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Join the Oklahoma Native Plant Society for the Annual WILDFLOWER WORKSHOP, held this year at the Cimarron Heritage Center Museum. Theme: "Dinosaurs to Dust Bowl"
Speakers all day Friday and evening dinner. Field trip on Saturday.
580-423-7237 or 918-381-0219

Wildflower Workshop

Address : Cimmaron Heritage Center Museum Boise City OK
Phone : 580-423-7237   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : $8.00, plus meals

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