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Central KS Free Fair Western Parade

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Central KS Free Fair Western Parade

Commercial, Non-Commercial & Youth Floats (4-H/FFA to Youth), Horses, Clowns, Bands, Farm Machinery, Elected Officials and Candy for the kids! Starts at 4 pm.

* Beginning at N. 7th & Buckeye
* Proceeding to NW 3rd & Buckeye
* Ending at NW 3rd & Washington

Central KS Free Fair Western Parade

Address : Downtown Abilene from 7th St & Buckeye to 3rd St & Rogers Abilene KS
Phone : 785-263-4570   (Always call and confirm events.)

Email Address : ckffoffice@tctelco.net

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