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Join us the SECOND Sunday of EVERY month at the Emma Chase Cafe for great food, grand conversation, old friends, NEW friends, wonderful antique autos, classics, street rods, and custom machines. Display your special auto on the brick main street before the historic Chase County Court House. Arrive in Cottonwood Falls by U.S. Hwy 50 from the East & West (then 2 miles South), or K-177 from the North and South for a magnificent drive through the splendid Flint Hills Region of Kansas.


Address : Emma Chase Cafe, Cottonwood Falls, KS Cottonwood Falls KS
Phone : 620-273-6020   (Always call and confirm events.)

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