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Annual Membership Fair at the Great Overland Station

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Event# 785-232-5533

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Join our "Friends" at the Station for the First Mile Marker Celebration! Saturday, 10a.m.-1p.m. at the Great Overland Station. Admission is FREE for this special event - there will be lots to see and do for railroaders of all ages! Bring your friends to meet out "Friends" and see what our "Friends of the Station" Membership Programis all about - we'll have info on the new Railroad Park, Prize Drawings, Free Hot Dogs, Children's Activities, and so much more! Visit our website at www.greatoverlandstation.com to learn more!

Annual Membership Fair at the Great Overland Station

Address : The Great Overland Station, 701 N. Kansas Ave. Topeka KS
Phone : 785-232-5533   (Always call and confirm events.)
Fax : 785-232-6259

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Admission Fee : FREE

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