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

*Memorial Day through Labor Day, Fort Scott National Historic Site offers Daily Guided Tours: Saturday and Sunday 11am & 1pm, Monday through Friday 1pm. Join the knowledgeable tour guides at Fort Scott National Historic Site for an in-depth look at the fascinating history and resources of old Fort Scott. Call or check the website for tour times. (620) 223-0310.
August 2014
August 1

Fort Scott Community College Prospective Student Seminar-Student Union in Bailey Hall, 2108 S. Horton, Fort Scott, KS, 11 a.m. to 2:20 Learn about: financial aid, free tutoring, reasonable, tuition costs, advising, transfer options, and much more! There will also be a free lunch and a drawing for scholarships. For information, please call 620-223-2700, ext. 3510 or email FSCC at admissions@fortscott.edu.

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 info@ypl-bbco.org for more information.

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

Sales Tax Holiday in Fort Scott! We Pay the Tax Promotion, select retailers in Fort Scott will be giving a discount equal to 8.65%!

   
August 2

Sales Tax Holiday in Fort Scott! We Pay the Tax Promotion, select retailers in Fort Scott will be giving a discount equal to 8.65%!

1st sanctioned mountain bike race in Fort Scott at the Gunn Park Trails! Sanctioned by the United Federation of Dirt. Contact Frank Halsey for details.

Care to Share/Sharing Bucket Quarterly Cancer Support Group Meeting, Mercy McAuley Room, 10:30am, survivors, caregivers and anyone interested welcome.

Annual Cheeseburgers in Paradise fundraising event for the Elks Christmas baskets at the home of Byron & Nancy Maze, 784 195th Street, 6pm, $20 per person, limited to the first 50 tickets sold. Call Nancy at (620) 223-8217 to RSVP or email nancy.maze@na.firstsource.com.

   
August 3

Sales Tax Holiday in Fort Scott! We Pay the Tax Promotion, select retailers in Fort Scott will be giving a discount equal to 8.65%!

   
August 4

TRAILBLAZERS DAY CAMP FOR KIDS at the FORT, Kids ages 9-12 learn about protecting, preserving, and interpreting our nation's National Parks in this weeklong workshop, 9am to 12pm daily.*Trailblazers and Keeping the Dream Alive are sponsored by separate organizations but are being held in conjunction with each other. To register call 620-223-0310. Attendance is free of charge.

Keeping the Dream Alive: Exploring Local History at the Fort, Kids ages 9-12 will have the opportunity to explore regional historical sites and relive history, 12pm to 5pm daily *Trailblazers and Keeping the Dream Alive are sponsored by separate organizations but are being held in conjunction with each other. To register call 620-223-0310. Attendance is free of charge.

   
August 5

TRAILBLAZERS DAY CAMP FOR KIDS at the FORT, Kids ages 9-12 learn about protecting, preserving, and interpreting our nation's National Parks in this weeklong workshop, 9am to 12pm daily.*Trailblazers and Keeping the Dream Alive are sponsored by separate organizations but are being held in conjunction with each other. To register call 620-223-0310. Attendance is free of charge.

Keeping the Dream Alive: Exploring Local History at the Fort, Kids ages 9-12 will have the opportunity to explore regional historical sites and relive history, 12pm to 5pm daily *Trailblazers and Keeping the Dream Alive are sponsored by separate organizations but are being held in conjunction with each other. To register call 620-223-0310. Attendance is free of charge.

Fort Scott City Commission Meeting, City Hall, 6pm.

   
August 6

TRAILBLAZERS DAY CAMP FOR KIDS at the FORT, Kids ages 9-12 learn about protecting, preserving, and interpreting our nation's National Parks in this weeklong workshop, 9am to 12pm daily.*Trailblazers and Keeping the Dream Alive are sponsored by separate organizations but are being held in conjunction with each other. To register call 620-223-0310. Attendance is free of charge.

Keeping the Dream Alive: Exploring Local History at the Fort, Kids ages 9-12 will have the opportunity to explore regional historical sites and relive history, 12pm to 5pm daily *Trailblazers and Keeping the Dream Alive are sponsored by separate organizations but are being held in conjunction with each other. To register call 620-223-0310. Attendance is free of charge.

   
August 7

TRAILBLAZERS DAY CAMP FOR KIDS at the FORT, Kids ages 9-12 learn about protecting, preserving, and interpreting our nation's National Parks in this weeklong workshop, 9am to 12pm daily.*Trailblazers and Keeping the Dream Alive are sponsored by separate organizations but are being held in conjunction with each other. To register call 620-223-0310. Attendance is free of charge.

Keeping the Dream Alive: Exploring Local History at the Fort, Kids ages 9-12 will have the opportunity to explore regional historical sites and relive history, 12pm to 5pm daily *Trailblazers and Keeping the Dream Alive are sponsored by separate organizations but are being held in conjunction with each other. To register call 620-223-0310. Attendance is free of charge.

   
August 8

TRAILBLAZERS DAY CAMP FOR KIDS at the FORT, Kids ages 9-12 learn about protecting, preserving, and interpreting our nation's National Parks in this weeklong workshop, 9am to 12pm daily.*Trailblazers and Keeping the Dream Alive are sponsored by separate organizations but are being held in conjunction with each other. To register call 620-223-0310. Attendance is free of charge.

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

The Blackwood Brothers Quartet - a Southern Gospel group. Located at the First United Methodist Church @ 7:00 pm (301 S. National). FREE admission, and accepting free will donations. Contact Don Tucker for more information @ (620) 223-4617. www.blackwoodbrothers.com

   
August 9

Mercy Clinic Children's Health Fair, Mercy Hospital Fort Scott, 9am to noon. Questions? Contact Tina Rockhold @ 620-223-8094.

   
August 11

FSHS Tiger Drama Camp, FSHS Auditorium10am to noon.

U-234 School Board Meeting, Board Office, 5:30pm

   
August 12

FSHS Tiger Drama Camp, FSHS Auditorium10am to noon.

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.

   
August 13

FSHS Tiger Drama Camp, FSHS Auditorium10am to noon.

   
August 14

FSHS Tiger Drama Camp, FSHS Auditorium10am to noon.

   
August 15

FSHS Tiger Drama Camp, FSHS Auditorium10am to noon.

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

   
August 18

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

   
August 19

Fort Scott City Commission Meeting, City Hall, 6pm.

   
August 23

Kansas Rocks Recreation Park, Crawling for Downs benefit run to benefit Downs Guild of Kansas City by The Ben Hur Masonic Lodge 322, www.ksrockspark.com

   
August 25

Small Business Owners Counseling, by Kansas Small Business Development Center, FSCC Admin. Bldg., 9am to 3pm. Free, confidential assistance to owners of existing businesses facing challenges, growth plans, or wanting help evaluating the "wellness" of their business, and to individuals planning to begin a business.

   
August 27

Kansas Housing Conference, Hyatt Regency Wichita, www.kshousingconference.org.

   
August 28

Kansas Housing Conference, Hyatt Regency Wichita, www.kshousingconference.org.

Tri-Valley Developmental Services Board of Directors Meeting, 6pm, TVDS Admin Office in Chanute. Contact: Tricia Campbell (620) 431-7401 x-232.

   
August 29

Kansas Housing Conference, Hyatt Regency Wichita, www.kshousingconference.org.

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

   
August 30

SPECIAL PROGRAM, FT SCOTT NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE:
Highlights in History - August 30 - September 1
Features talks, tours, demonstrations, and living history programs about Fort Scott’s role in the pivotal events of American History in the place where it happened! Visitors have the opportunity to learn more about the role of the Dragoons and Infantry in policing in the permanent Indian frontier and in our nation’s westward expansion or explore the time known as “Bleeding Kansas” and the events and impacts of the Civil War that followed. Visit www.nps.gov/fosc or call 620-223-0310 for a listing and description of the programs to be offered.

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

   
September 1

SPECIAL PROGRAM, FT SCOTT NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE:
Highlights in History - August 30 - September 1
Features talks, tours, demonstrations, and living history programs about Fort Scott’s role in the pivotal events of American History in the place where it happened! Visitors have the opportunity to learn more about the role of the Dragoons and Infantry in policing in the permanent Indian frontier and in our nation’s westward expansion or explore the time known as “Bleeding Kansas” and the events and impacts of the Civil War that followed. Visit www.nps.gov/fosc or call 620-223-0310 for a listing and description of the programs to be offered.

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

   

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