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49th Annual Coin And Stamp Show

The Wichita Falls Coin & Stamp Club is proud to present the 49th Annual Coin & Stamp Show.  Dealers  will gather at the MPEC  to buy and sell.
The show starts Friday, June 12. Doors open at 1:00pm and close at 6:00pm. They reopen on  and Saturday, June 13 from 9:00am-5:00pm. 
Admission to the show is $2 per person. It's free for children 12 and under, when accompanied by an adult. The admission price also gets you entered into the chance to win door prizes that will be drawn throughout the day.

You can also purchase raffle tickets for $2 a piece or 6 tickets for $10.

 You can also look forward to free, convenient parking for this event. That parking is located on the West side of the building on Burnett Street.  
For more information you can head to this website: http://coinshows.com/wichitafalls_wfcc.html




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