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Kimble County Gun Show and Flea Market
Wednesday, April 18, 2012 • Posted April 18, 2012

It’s spring, it’s turkey season and it’s time for the Annual Kimble County Gun & Knife Show and Flea Market. This year show will be held on April 21st and 22nd at the Coke Stevenson center in Junction, Texas. The event will open at 9:00 AM both days and close at 4:00 PM. This year’s show is shaping up to be one of the biggest and best yet.

Dealers and vendors from all over Texas will here. You can buy, sell or trade your guns, or just come out and visit. The gun show has many new dealers. If you are not interested in a gun, there are several vendors with hand made knives, coin collections, one vendor will be buying your used gold and silver, just come out and see what they have to offer.

The flea market will have something for everyone. Metal art, candles, can goods, jewelry, fishing tackle and much more. The Meals on Wheels staff will have a concession stand selling their great hamburgers, hot dogs, and home made chili. Also there will be a bake sale with cakes, pies, cookies, etc from some of the best cooks in the state.

The admission to the gun show is $3.00, which also gives you one free chance to win a Deer Feeder donated by Hill Country Liquor, also a chance to win a Yeti Cooler. You can purchase additional chances at the show. The flea market is free.

The Gun & Knife show and Flea Market is the major fund raiser for the Kimble County Meals on Wheels. Our programs are only partially funded by the Area Agency on Aging and the Texas Department of Aging and Disabilities. With rising food and fuel cost it is critical to our meal programs for this event to be successful.

Don’t miss this great weekend in Junction. For more information contact Patricia at 325 446 3621 or email us at kcsc@cebridge.net.

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