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Tractor Daze and Touch-a-Truck July 13

| 5/20/2013 10:34:11 AM

Tractor Daze & Touch-a-Truck, Swap Meet & Mud Run, July 13

The National Agricultural Center and Hall of Fame (Bonner Springs, KS) Tractor Daze & Touch-a-Truck, Swap Meet & Mud Run is sheduled for July 13, 2013. The rumble - rumble of an antique tractor kicks off a day full of family fun that doesn't end until the vroom – vroom of the last Mud Run competitor. Enjoy a Tractor Show, Swap Meet, Garden Tractor Pull, Trucks of all shapes and sizes, Working Antique Construction Equipment, Kiddie Pedal Pull, Ride a Miniature Train, Shriner’s Fire Wagon, and Hay Wagon, Enjoy Ag Fest, which includes Milking Demonstrations, Farming Demonstrations, Petting Zoo, Soil Tunnel Trailer, Blacksmith, Living History and more! Food vendors available.  Setup will be from noon to 6 p.m. on July 12. The Tractor Daze Activities & Swap Meet will be open 9am-4pm, and the Mud Run starts at 4 p.m.

Admission for only the Tractor Daze & Swap Meet is Adults $6, Children 4-16 $4. Admission for all activities, including the Mud Run, is Adults $10, Children 4-16 $5, under 4 and members free. 

The National Agricultural Center and Hall of Fame is located just northeast of I-70/K-7 interchange in Bonner Springs, Kansas, two miles west of the Kansas Speedway.  For more information call 913-721-1075 or visit  

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About the Agricultural Hall of FameThe National Agricultural Center and Hall of Fame is a nonprofit 501(C)3 organization that was Chartered by congress to serve as the National museum of agriculture and to honor American Farmer. The 164 acre museum complex features the Agricultural Hall of Fame, Museum of Farming, National Farmers’ Memorial, Poultry Museum, Educational Garden and FarmTown USA, an early 1900s farming community which includes a farmstead, one room school, railroad depot, blacksmith shop and more; a narrow gage miniature train takes visitors on rides around the town. The Smith Event Barn, the Rural Electric Conference Theater, and the Ag Hall of Fame’s park-like grounds are available for corporate outings, receptions, seminars, and weddings.


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