Midwest Hunt Fest

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Attention all hunters, boaters, anglers, campers, and outdoor enthusiasts! Join us for the Midwest Hunt Fest in Wichita, Kansas at the air conditioned Century II Expo Hall. Dates and times: Friday, August 10th - noon to 9p.m., Saturday, August 11th - 9a.m. to 9p.m., Sunday, August 12th - 10a.m. to 5p.m.

We will have several celebrities for all 3 days. They include: Travis “T-Bone“ Turner and Nick Mundt from Bone Collectors on The Outdoor Channel and Tom & Jackie McMillan from Tom‘s Wild Life on GACTV. Country music entertainers, Chuck Wicks (Saturday) and Neal McCoy (Sunday) will perform for us. Admission is included in the ticket price.

Attractions include: The Eagle Valley Raptor Center with their display of beautiful birds: "Hanna Montana" the Harris Hawk, "Kili" the Peregrine Falcon, " Turnpike" The American Kestrel, "Avatar" the Speckled Owl and "Barron" The Barred Owl.

Children will get to experience our " Touchable's" These include furs, bones, skulls, feathers, wings, talons & owl pellets. Bass Tubs of Oklahoma will also be there with a 40' aquarium full of various fish species. They will offer: casting demonstrations, how lures work in the water, techniques on catching various fish, and other pertinent facts. Other events will include: a 3-D shoot on Friday and Saturday with a shoot-off on Sunday, a celebrity 3-D Calcutta tournament (the proceeds go to a local charity), and various hunting and fishing seminars throughout the show. Thousands of $$$$ in door prizes will be given away! We are adding attractions and events daily, check our website often.

Midwest Hunt Fest

Address : 225 W. Douglas Ave., Wichita, KS 67202 Wichita KS
Phone : 316-209-5187   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : (7 & under) = free w/ 1 paid adult, Kids 8 - 12 = $5, Adults = $10, Military & Seniors = $9

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