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For the fourth year Moberly is hosting Junk Junktion, vintage market. This year the event has over 100 vendors and is has no general admission. In conjunction with the event we are hosting a 3-on-3 basketball tournament called Gus Macker. Besides this a car show will take place on Saturday, inflatables, trolley shuttle and Bicentennial Train Reenactment. It is going to be an entire weekend of family fun!

All events will happen on September 25 & 26 in the Moberly Depot District (Downtown Moberly). 

All full schedule and map can be found below.

 

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FAQ’s:
1. Who is able to play in Gus Macker? – Anyone ages 7 to 50+ can play. Experienced to no experience can play.
2. Where will the tournament be held? The tournament will be held in Moberly Depot District (Downtown) on Williams Street.
3. How are teams matched? Teams are matched by gender, age, height and experience of all four players are taken into consideration.
4. How many games will my team play? Teams will play at least 3 scheduled games. Gus Macker is a double elimination tournament with a consolation bracket.
5. Are they referees? Yes! A GusBuster maintains law & order between all players and calls fouls/violations as necessary.
6. Learn more about Moberly here
7. What are the safety measures in place? Masks are not required in Randolph County, but those that want them will be provided. Hand sanitizer will be placed throughout the event and we recommend staying six feet apart from others. If you are not feeling well please stay home and keep everyone safe 🙂
8. What parking is available? Free and paid parking are in the Downtown area. View the map to see paid parking options. Trollies will take people from the Moberly Mini Train to and from Downtown.
9. How do I register for the car show? Click here. 
10. How much are trolley rides? They are free! 
11. Do vendors take credit cards? Most do, but we recommend bringing cash for some vendors, parking, food and the Mini Train rides. 
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