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This time of year Deer Fest is gearing up for their upcoming event in August.

Deer Fest is a one day event at the MPEC Exhibit Hall in Wichita Falls.

It is their 5th year to have the event and they are extremely excited.

All proceeds for this even will help fund the Adopt A Box Program.

The program is a local charity designed to provide children in need with basic hygiene items.  The program is now helping kids in 21 counties!

Deer Fest and Operation Game Thief will team up to being their "Wall of Shame" trailer to Wichita Falls.  The "Wall of Shame" features some of North Texas largest game animals killed illegally and confiscated by Game Wardens.

Bass Tubs of Oklahoma brings the Ultimate Shootout Archery Trailer as well.

New this year is Sons Of Guns!  Breakout sessions will also be new this year to the event. 

Other attractions include vendor booths, live and silent auctions items, live entertainment, and more.

Deer Fest will be an exciting fun even for the whole family with an entire room full of activities just for kids.

So head out to take part in the event on Saturday, August 3rd starting at 9 a.m.

You can grab you tickets in advance for $7 at Cavenders in Wichita Falls.

For more information, click here.   

 

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