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Kimble County Gun & Knife Show
Wednesday, April 23, 2014 • Posted April 23, 2014

It is finally turning Spring, and that means it is time for the Kimble County Gun & Knife Show and Flea Market. This year show will be held on April 26th and 27th, in the Coke Stevenson Center Hwy-83-377 one mile north of Junction, Texas. Doors will open at 9:00 to 6:00 Saturday and 9:00 to 3:00 on Sunday. The admission to the gun show is $3.00, and children under 12 accompanied with parents free. The adjoining Flea Market is free. Your $3.00 paid admission gives you one chance to win a 223 Howa Model 1500 rifle with scope. More chances are available for $1.00 or 6 for $5.00.

The show will offer over 80 tables of guns, knives, ammo, hunting supplies, and much more. The flea market will have metal iron work, bottle art & wood burning, arts and crafts, homemade jellies, jewelry, candles, custom made hats, mesquite furniture and just about any treasures you are looking for.

The Kimble County Meals on Wheels staff and volunteers will have a concession stand, they will be selling their homemade hamburgers, chicken salad sandwiches on homemade bread, great chili, hot dogs and all the fixing, and their delicious breakfast tacos. There will also be a bake sale with a great variety of cakes, pies, and cookies.

The Kimble County Gun & Knife Show has been a premier event for Junction for over 25 years. It is a great place to visit, buy, sell, trade or just fine the perfect rifle for hunting or anything you need for your next hunting adventure. The show is the major fund raiser for the Kimble County Meals on Wheels. Kimble County Meals on Wheels currently provides 120 home delivered meal a day to the elderly and handicap citizens. They are only partially funded by the Texas Department of Aging and Disabilities and the Area Agency on Aging. They must raise more than half of the meal cost from fund raisers to be able to provide the much needed home delivered meals.

We invite everyone to come and attend this event and help support the Kimble County Meals on Wheels.

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