Annual Flatland Car Show

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Annual Flatland Car Show on Main Street Russell Kansas. Saturday Registration 9:00am to 12:00 noon. Awards at 3:00pm. Chili Cookoff and BBQ after the show at Auto Artistry 435 S Fossil Russell Kansas.

Cruise in at A&W Russell Kansas Friday at 6:00 pm. Entry fee $20.00. All proceeds go to Russell Rotary Club youth activities. Goody bags and dash plaques for first 100 entries. Food and entertainment at show. City wide garage sale during event.

Annual Flatland Car Show

Address : Memorial Park, (North of golf course) Russell KS
Phone : 785-483-3771   (Always call and confirm events.)
Fax : 785-483-4771

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Admission Fee : $20.00 for participants

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