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Independence Day Celebration

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Event# (620) 273-6020

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Enjoy an Independence Day BIG BAND SWING CONCERT on the lawn of the historic Chase County, Kansas on Saturday at 7:30 p.m. A 17 piece orchestra performs l940's style SWING music, along with some John Philip Sousa. An old-fashioned Ice Cream Social will be available.
Bring lawn chairs for outdoor seating, and insect repellant.
Indoor facilities for weather contingency is located at 220 1/2 Broadway in Cottonwood Falls.

Independence Day Celebration

Address : on the lawn 300 Pearl, Cottonwood Falls Cottonwood Falls KS
Phone : (620) 273-6020   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : $10.00 per person suggested gratuity

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Independence Day

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