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Spring Jamboree 2023

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Classic cars are always a hit at the annual Boulder City Spring Jamboree, which draws tens of thousands of visitors.

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The miniature train was a popular feature for both kids and adults at the Spring Jamboree.

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Making its first public appearance was a giant football, which is to help promote Las Vegas hosting next year’s Super Bowl.

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The city’s gymnasiums were filled with those vendors for the gem and mineral show.

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Hot dogs and fries are always a Spring Jamboree staple.

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Hundreds of vintage and newer cars greeted attendees including this 1957 Chevy 150 owned by Allen and LeeAnne Grogan.

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Hundreds of vintage and newer cars greeted attendees including this 1957 Chevy 150 owned by Allen and LeeAnne Grogan.

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Local Boulder City rockers Avenue B were among the entertainers playing for the crowd.

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Dozens of food vendors provided a wide variety of items to eat and drink, including funnel cakes.

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You can never get too much funnel cake. There was a long line for the finished product.

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Kids had an opportunity to make it to the top of the climbing wall.

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Matching car and soda pop cooler. A 1938 Ford coupe owned by Tim and Jolynn Case.

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One of the many things to check out last weekend was the antique show.

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Elote, or Mexican street corn, was a popular food option at the Spring Jamboree.

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