Annual Nemaha Co. Historical Society's Tractor Cruise & Display

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The Annual Nemaha County Historical Society’s Tractor Cruise and Tractor Display is a part of the Nemaha County Fair Week starting at 11:30 a.m. from the Seneca City Park , Seneca, Kansas. Cruise night and car & tractor show are also on this weekend. Tractors of all ages are welcome. Future trac-tors are welcome. Must be able to go 12 miles per hour. A BBQ Meal will be served after the thirty mile cruise to Bern, St. Benedict & back to Seneca. Sponsored by the Nemaha County Historical Society, Inc.

For more information, contact Richard Schmitz:

Annual Nemaha Co. Historical Society's Tractor Cruise & Display

Address : Seneca City Park Seneca KS
Phone : 785-336-6366   (Always call and confirm events.)

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