Sportsmen's Flea Market and 3D Archery Shoot
WHEN: Saturday, July 13, 2013
Sportsmen's Flea Market 10AM to 3PM
3D Archery Shoot (3rd Annual) - 8AM to 3PM
WHERE: Munnell Run Farm,
753 Greenville Road (Route 58 West), Mercer PA 16137
(Mercer County Pennsylvania.)
Located 1.5 miles north of Mercer Court House.
Directions: Sportsmen's Flea Market and 3D Archery Shoot event will be held at Munnell Run Farm
which is located one mile outside the Mercer County courthouse on Route 58 going towards Greenville. You will see a
sign with Munnell Run Farm on it; turn down that lane and follow it to the designated parking area.
DESCRIPTION: 3D Archery Shoot description: Are you looking for a fun way to practice your archery
skills for the upcoming archery season? Come check out our 3rd annual 3D Archery Shoot. We have lots to offer: a
target range, two unique 3D courses, archery vendors, great food, the Sportsmen’s Flea Market, t-shirts, and
outdoor fun. We will also have a Top Shot and Iron Archer Competition (1PM) for those with a competitive thirst.
Event will be held rain or shine!
Admission: Adults $10 and children 12 & under $5.
Sportsmen's Flea Market: Attention outdoor enthusiasts! You are invited to MRF’s First Annual
Sportsman Flea Market, reserve space to sell outdoor related equipment including: camping, hunting, fishing,
hiking, boats, trailers, snowmobiles, campers, ATVs, etc. no firearms for sale due to firearms regulations. You can
bring a picture of the gun and make arrangements for off-site selling. Pre-registration and pre-payment is required
for all spaces by July 10th.
For more information or for pre-registration, please call or visit our Website.
General Admission: Free
Flea market vendors wanted.
12’ x 15’ space $10.
Larger than 12’ x 15’ space $15.
Foot traffic selling and general admission is free.
CONTACT: Jacqueline McCullough at 724-662-2242 or "jmcculloughmccd @ verizon.net"
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