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Friday Night Cruisn' & Poker Run

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Event# 785-562-3101

Event Details

Sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce, this is a fun night for everyone. Cruise down Main Street like we used to do and join in the fun of a Poker Run while you are at it. Free Door Prizes to participants - Drive Anything - Everyone Welcome - Fun for the entire family! Prizes will be awarded for the Best Poker Hand, the 2nd Best Poker Hand and the Worst Poker Hand. Enjoy cruisin' on Broadway during this fun filled event. Registration is from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. 8th & Broadway in Historic downtown Marysville, KS.

Friday Night Cruisn' & Poker Run

Address : Downtown Marysville Marysville KS
Phone : 785-562-3101   (Always call and confirm events.)
Fax : 785-562-3101

Admission Fee : Poker Run - $5.00

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