Flour Power Family Fun Fest

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Flour Power Family Fun Fest

Flour Power Family Fun Fest is an annual family-friendly event held in Abilene, Kansas. Our seventh annual event is scheduled for Friday and Saturday! There is NO GATE FEE to attend Flour Power. Just come and enjoy the fun! All proceeds from Flour Power benefit Memorial Health Foundation in Abilene, which supports local nonprofit Memorial Health System in its mission to deliver the best possible health care to its served communities. If you are or your business is interested in being a sponsor for this event, please contact Memorial Health Foundation at (785) 263-6688. Come to Abilene for a fun-filled weekend! Abilene is located on I-70 and is home to the Eisenhower Presidential Library and Museum, The National Greyhound Hall of Fame, the Russell Stover Candies Outlet store, antique shopping, and more!

Flour Power Family Fun Fest

Address : Sterl Hall, County Fairgrounds, 619 N Rogers Abilene KS
Phone : 785-263-6688   (Always call and confirm events.)

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