|Wheatland Poppin Johnnies|
Wheatland Poppin Johnnies SWAP MEET & Show
The 2014 Meet is in the books..
2015 Dates are October 29th to 31st
Tractor Pull Nov. 1st
Oct. 29th, Thursday time (12:00 PM to 7:00 PM), Friday and Saturday time (9:00 AM to 7:00 PM) 30th, and 31st.
Tractor Pull Nov. 1st (11:00 AM)
Location Change: Still same address just different buildings Arena building AB and Pavillion II
Kansas Coliseum map: kansaspavilions.com/facilities.php
See this page and the additional pages on this website for detailed info, pictures, contact information and space information.
Club participation: Open to All and Anyone....
Wheatland Poppin Johnnies news...
Posting The next club meeting info:
Additional info regarding each meeting will follow with a email poppinjohnnies(at)gmail(dot)com for direct information...
Unless noted differently above, throughout the year the club
By Email Contact Marvin poppinjohnnies(at)gmail(dot)com
By Phone Contact Kevin Rooney at 316-651-6691 or Marvin Miller at 316-650-5707
The Show Poster for each year looks like the one shown above.
Click HERE or on the above image for a larger version to see and print it out.
Right Click HERE to download a PDF file of this poster that you can print and email to others.
Right click on the above link and click on Save As to save the file to your computer.
> FREE GENERAL ADMISSION
> FREE PARKING
Motor Home Hookups are Available
Hotels & Restaurants are just minutes away.
Hundreds of HUGE Indoor Vendor Spots
for Long Gooseneck Trailers to pull right into these spots.
VENDOR ENTRANCE BEGINS THURSDAY AT NOON.
ALL EARLY ARRIVALS CAN PARK ALONG THE BUILDING OUTSIDE
THERE IS AN ANNUAL DRAWING
FOR A CLUB RESTORED JOHN DEERE TRACTOR.
Thanks for Spending Time here and visiting us at the Swap Meet !!
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