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Flint Hills Get Down Classic and Custom Car and Motorcycle Show

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Flint Hills Get Down Classic and Custom Car and Motorcycle Show


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Judging from 2 - 5 pm

Cruise Night Follows @ 6 pm in Downtown Council Grove.

Ms. Get Down Pin-Up Contest Hosted by Sunflower Pin-Up & Hotrods Group

The Dealership Swap Meet

Over 20 Tables of antique automobilia items, parts, and signage

9 am to 5 pm

info@thedealershipcg.com

Flint Hills Get Down Classic and Custom Car and Motorcycle Show

Address : 14 W Main St, Council Grove, KS treet Council Grove KS
Phone : 620-767-5413   (Always call and confirm events.)

Car Shows

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Old Bell Monument

Perched high on a hill overlooking the town and Neosho River valley below, this bell was erected in 1866 to warn townsfolk of Indian raids. It also served as a school and church bell for nearly 30 years.

Council Grove, KS Monuments

Farmers and Drovers Bank Building

A Council Grove landmark, the Farmers and Drovers Bank is one of the community's most ornate buildings. The two-story red brick bank with limestone trim was built in 1892 for $20,000. Its "eclectic"

Council Grove, KS Historic Buildings

Seth Hays Historic Home

Council Grove town founder, Seth Hays, built this home in 1867. His slave, Aunt Sally, lived in the basement and cared for Hays and his adopted daughter, Kittie Robbins, until her death in 1872. Hays died a year later, February 3, 1873

Council Grove, KS Museums

Terwilliger Home

With its foundation laid in Kansas Territory, the Terwilliger Home was built alongside the famed Santa Fe Trail as Kansas became the 34th state. Built by Abraham and Mary Rawlinson in 1860-61, this stone home was the last house freighters passed going West when leaving Council Grove as late as 18

Council Grove, KS Historic Homes

Old Stone Barn

This imposing, 76-foot-long native stone barn was built into the bank of a hill in 1871 on land owned by the town's founder, Seth Hays. It's the only structure remaining from the Morris County Poor Farm, which existed here from 1889-1945.

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