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September 2015

Fort Scott Farmers' Market - Skubitz Plaza - Tuesdays, 4 to 7 p.m. & Saturdays, 8 a.m. to 12 p.m.

September 1

City Commission Meeting, City Hall, 6pm

September 4

YPL First Friday Luncheon, at noon, (Young Professional League of Bourbon County), location, Papa Don's order your own lunch when you arrive or call in your order ahead. Anyone interested in YPL is welcome to attend. Email for more information.

Chamber sponsored Concerts in the Park, each Friday evening May thru Sept., 7pm, Heritage Park Pavilion in Downtown Fort Scott.

Ribbon Cutting, Vinedo del Alamo Winery, 4pm, 2304 Poplar Rd.

Barnstormers live in concert, Common Ground, 7pm.

September 5-6

Little Balkans Days in Pittsburg! Click the link for a vendor application!

September 5-7

Fort Scott National Historic Site presents Highlights in History, special events for the whole family all weekend, Click here for schedule.

Kansas Rocks Recreation Park, open for 3-day Labor Day weekend, camping available!

Old Settlers Picnic, 110th annual in Uniontown, KS. Click HERE to view the Facebook page with event information or visit the Chamber to pick up your own flyer.

September 7

Labor Day - Holiday - Chamber office closed - Tourism Center open 10am-4pm.

September 8

Historic Preservation Association of Bourbon County-Board meeting at 7PM, at the Old Congregational Church, Meetings are open to members and we invite the public to attend.

September 10

Postponed until 2016: Cottey Symposium on Planned Giving sponsored by Hoffman Financial Resources @ Cottey College in Nevada, MO.

September 11-17

Symbols of Sacrifice- Parade Ground flags remember our nation's war dead. Walk among the Field of Honor and reflect on their ultimate sacrifice to safeguard our freedoms.

September 11-20

Kansas State Fair, Hutchinson, KS, click here for more information.

September 11-12


September 11

Tigers on the Move Color Run event, 5pm (prior to home football game), families are encouraged to wear their colorful shirts to the game for support, will be held at the Riverfront trail.

Art Walk, Downtown Fort Scott on patio of Liberty Theatre, 5-8pm.

Chamber sponsored Concerts in the Park, each Friday evening May thru Sept., 7pm, Heritage Park Pavilion in Downtown Fort Scott.

Dangerous Doug Harper & Friends in concert at Common Ground 7pm.

September 12

Kansas Rocks Recreation Park, Off-road 101 event.

Our friends 20 miles east in Nevada, MO are having the 1st Annual Diesel Truck and Tractor Show Saturday September 12 at the Vernon County Fairgrounds for more information, contact Kerry Jennings at 417-321-2988 or to register.

Symbols of Sacrifice event to honor our Fallen in the War on Terro at the Fort, 6pm: Brief ceremony followed by a concert by the 1st Infantry Division's Brass Quintet at Fort Scott National Historic Site

Alex King singing live at Common Ground, 7pm.

September 13

Sherman Township Firefighters Annual Hog Roast, At the Methodist church in Farlington, KS, 10:45 AM to 1:30, Free will donations will be accepted to benefit the maintenance fund.

September 15

Fort Scott City Commission Meeting, City Hall, 123 S. Main St., 6pm

September 18

Chamber sponsored Concerts in the Park, each Friday evening May thru Sept., 7pm, Heritage Park Pavilion in Downtown Fort Scott.

September 19

Farmers' Market, 8am to noon, Skubitz Plaza in front of the Fort

Kansas Rocks Recreation Park Adopt-a-Trail Work Day

Hammond UMC Fellowship Festival, 11am-3pm

Grace Willis & Morgan Rohr live in concert at Common Ground, 7pm.

September 21

Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors Meeting, 12 p.m.

Carson & Barnes Circus, 4:30 & 7:30pm, Fairgrounds.

September 22-23

Kansas Energy Conference, Topeka, Sept 22-23, $75 pp,

September 22

Heartland Workforce Summit, Downstream Casino.

September 24

Pioneer Harvest Fiesta parade, Downtown, 6pm Call 620-223-2326 for entry form and information.

Bourbon County Garden Club. Every 4th Thursday of the month at 6:30pm. Location varies; to be announced. Contact Jan Hedges for additional information:

September 25

Naturalization Ceremony at Fort Scott National Historic Site, 10:30am: Reflect on the privileges of US citizenship as you witness new citizens take the oath of allegiance to their newly adopted country.

Picnic for the Pup Park, 6:30 at Ken and Deb Anderson’s, Hamburgers and trimmings, $20.00 per person

Chamber sponsored Concerts in the Park - concert will be held at the Fairgrounds as part of the Pioneer Harvest Fiesta.

September 25-27

Pioneer Harvest Fiesta, Bourbon County Fairgrounds, Click here for more information.

September 27

Kansas Museum Association Conference, September 27-October 1, Wichita, The conference will be in conjunction with the Mountain Plains Museum Association Conference, click here for more information.

September 28

Celebrate Family Day - A Day to Eat Dinner with Your Children! The 4th Monday of September. Click here for details.

FSCC Board of Trustees meeting, 5:30pm, rescheduled from 9/21 due to a conflict.


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