Sugar Creek Model Railroad and Historical Society
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16th Annual Great NWA Model Train Show . . . Saturday, Mar. 2, 2019 . . . Benton County Fairgrounds . . .Mark your calendars! . . . . .

16th Annual Great NWA Model Train Show

Old Fashioned Family Fun

Saturday, Mar. 2, 2019
Please notice change of time and place
Vendor and Layout forms are below

The 16th annual Northwest Arkansas Model Train Show will be on Saturday, March 2,2019
The venue is at the Benton County Fairgrounds
7640 Southwest Regional Airport Boulevard
Bentonville, AR 72712

The show is hosted by the Sugar Creek Model Railroad and Historical Sociery 
as a fund raisor for local charities.  All work is done by volunteers.

For Children of All Ages!


 HOURS: 9 am to 4 pm                        COST:  $8, Kids 10 and under Free
 LOCATION: Benton County FairgroundsPlease notice change of time and place
 ADDRESS: 7640 Southwest Regional Airport Blvd, Bentonville, AR 72712
 PHONE:  479-871-2802                              EMAIL: Keith - train072@cox.net
 VISIT THEIR WEBSITE: www.SugarCreekRailRoad.com/

Forms for Vendors, Exibitors, and Layouts
Layout cover letter
Layout Form
Vendor Cover Letter
Vendor Form


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Club meetings are the 4th Thursday of each Month
6:30 at the Bella Vista Library

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The Sugar Creek Model Railroad Club and Historical Society is a non-profit 501c3.
 All work is done by volunteers.
The club operates events to raise money for local charities and
creates model train displays for various museums and
organizations including Frisco Fest, the Gravette Historical Museum,
Rogers Historical Museum, and the Nomad Shriners.
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Nov. 21
visitor: 413 ~