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KX Outdoor Sport Show

KX Sport Show

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It may be a little too early to be on the hunt for some North Dakota game, but it's not too early to hunt for the latest sports gear.

KX has sponsored the Spring Sport Show for over thirty years, but with a change in season comes the first-annual Fall Outdoor Sport Show.

The Outdoor Sport show is geared toward the fall and winter sports such as hunting and fishing.

Sport Show coordinator, Stephanie Stevens, says the event bring many aspects of the outdoors under one roof.

(Stephanie Stevens, KX Outdoor Sport Show Coordinator)"This is an event that gets all those people to be able to come to one event that focuses solely on hunting and fishing with our seminar speakers and our exhibitors and our different displays we're going to have. Everything is 100% geared toward the great outdoors."

The show kicks off Friday and runs through Saturday at the State Fair Center.

Admission is $5 for adults and free for anyone 17 and under.

For more information visit kxsportshow.com.

There will also be a fishing pond available for any kids who are attending.

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