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Blaine County Farm and Garden Show and Banquet

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Event# 800-306-0018

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There will be exhibits, demonstrations, entertainment, door prizes, awards and a free evening meal.

Blaine County Farm and Garden Show and Banquet

Address : Foley Bldg., Blaine County Fairgrounds Watonga OK
Phone : 800-306-0018   (Always call and confirm events.)

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