Sonnenblumen Autofest

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Sonnenblumen Autofest

Annual Sonnenblumen Autofest in Oakdale Park, Salina Kansas, is a family friendly event open to all German, and German derived vehicles. Only $10.00 to enter your vehicle. Spectators are free. Starts about 9 am, ends about 4 pm. Awards in 16 classes will be made about 2 pm. Oakdale Park has a great children's play area, grills, and indoor restrooms a short walk from the show site. Check out the German Car Club of Kansas on Facebook for more details as they develop.

Sonnenblumen Autofest

Address : Oakdale Park, 730 Oakdale Drive Salina KS
Phone : 785-577-5033   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : Spectators - Free, Participant, $10

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