Sugar Creek Model Railroad and Historical Society
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For the young and old
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Come visit us at the 35th Annual Frisco Festival, Downtown Rogers, Arkansas, August 23, 2019. we will be in the Rogers Historical Museum.

Trains, Trains, and more Trains
Aug. 3, 2019 - Aug. 30, 2019

This one-month exhibit will explore the importance of the train to Rogers, the different types of trains, and feature historical objects related to the Frisco Railroad, and model trains of all sizes. The Sugar Creek Model Railroad Club and Historical Society are working with the Museum to display model trains.
The show will feature feature two operating model train layouts. Both layouts feature running trains for the young and old to admire. The first layout features vintage S gauge 440 General train, with fort apache and the Wild West 1800ís! The second layout has an early 1950ís theme featuring a diesel powered freight train, and town. It also has an operating street car from the 1940ís and 1950ís era.

 HOURS: 10AM to 4 PM     COST: Free Admission!
 LOCATION: Trains, Trains and more Trains at the Rogers Historical Museum,
 ADDRESS: 313 South Second Street, Rogers, AR 72756

35th Annual Frisco Festival
Aug. 23, 2019

The Frisco Festival has been delighting people from all over for more that 2 decades. Located in the Rogers Historic District, this family-friendly festival is named in honor of Rogers' rich railroad heritage. Area businesses sponsor what is the areaís biggest party including rides, music, delicious food, car shows, and operating model train exhibts and layouts. Entertainment will include vendors, rides, contests, food and tons of fun. The kid zone will include magicians, street preformers and games.

 HOURS: 10AM to 4 PM     COST: 
 LOCATION: visit our model trains in the Rogers Historical Museum,
 ADDRESS: 313 South Second Street, Rogers, AR 72756

Sugar Creek Railroad Club Train Show
Feb. 29, 2020
We will be at the fair grounds again!

The 17th annual Great NWA Model Train Show will be on Saturday, Februrary 29, 2020. The venue is at the Benton County Fairgrounds, 7640 Southwest Regional Airport Blvd, Bentonville, AR 72712

 HOURS: 9 am to 4 pm     COST: $8, Children 12 and under free
 LOCATION: Benton County Fairgrounds,
 ADDRESS: 7640 Southwest Regional Airport Boulevard, Rogers, AR 72712
 PHONE: 479-871-2802   EMAIL: Keith -

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

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


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.
Send an email to the club

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visitor: 778 ~