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*Fort Scott Farmers' Market - Skubitz Plaza - Tuesdays, 4 to 7 p.m. & Saturdays, 8 a.m. to 12 p.m.
*October is National Medicine Abuse Awareness Month, visit
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October 2014
October 1

Transient Guest Tax Meeting, 2pm, Chamber Board Room

   
October 2

Gordon Parks Celebration, click here for more information, or call Director Jill Warford, (620) 223-2700.

Kelley Hunt @ Liberty Theatre as part of the Gordon Parks Celebration! Call Jill Warford at (620) 223-2700 for ticket information.

   
October 3

Gordon Parks Celebration, click here for more information, or call Director Jill Warford, (620) 223-2700.

Board Development Training Seminar offered through the Community Foundation of Southeast Kansas, presented by Joe Lumarda, "Stories and Strategies of the professional advisor partnership." Contact Cathy White for more information at (620) 231-8897 or cathy.white@southeastkansas.org.

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.

Special Gordon Parks Themed Trolley Tour narrated by Anne Colum, 3 to 4pm, leaves from the Ellis Fine Arts Center, $7 per person, limited to 15 passengers.

   
October 4

Gordon Parks Celebration, click here for more information, or call Director Jill Warford, (620) 223-2700.

8th Annual Relay for Life/The Sharing Bucket's – Fall Festival, 2484 Limestone Road, 10am to 4pm – More information to come!

Special Gordon Parks Themed Trolley Tour narrated by Anne Colum, 10 to 11am, leaves from the Ellis Fine Arts Center, $7 per person, limited to 15 passengers.

Our neighbors to the west in Humboldt, KS will be holding the 56th Annual Biblesta Parade and other activities.

Fort Scott Community College Home Football Game v. Dodge City Community College, 1 p.m

   
October 7

Downtown Quarterly Meet & Greet, 8:30 to 9:30am, location TBA, open to downtown business owners/representatives or anyone interested in downtown to network, share event ideas and more. Call the Chamber for more info. at (620) 223-3566.

City Commission Meeting, City Hall, 6pm

   
October 9

Drive-thru Flu Shot Clinic, 10am to 2pm, First United Methodist Church

   
October 10

Fort Scott Community College Golf Fundraiser, Woodland Hills Golf Course, for more information call 620-223-5060.

   
October 11

Lee's Paws & Claws Animal Shelter PETOBERFEST, FSCC Walking Trail, call Anne Clarkson at (620) 224-0924 for more info.

Sugarmound Craft Festival in Mound City, just 25 minutes north of Fort Scott.

Timber Hills Lake Ranch Pheasants Forever Nationals Field Trials www.timberhillslake.com

Timber Hills Lake Ranch John Deere Equipment Show and four wheeler rides, www.timberhillslake.com

Kansas Rocks Recreation Park, Advanced Off Road 201 Course, park also open to daily use, www.ksrockspark.com

Fort Scott Community College Home Football Game v. Ellsworth Community College, 1 p.m.

   
October 12

Sugarmound Craft Festival in Mound City, just 25 minutes north of Fort Scott.

Timber Hills Lake Ranch Pheasants Forever Nationals Field Trials www.timberhillslake.com

Timber Hills Lake Ranch John Deere Equipment Show and four wheeler rides, www.timberhillslake.com

Care to Share/Sharing Bucket Annual Fish Fry by Don & Claudia Wheeler, contact Lavetta Simmons for more info. at (620) 224-8070.

   
October 13

Columbus Day -- Holiday -- Chamber Office Closed, Visitor Information Center Open

   
October 14

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.

   
October 15

Advanced voting begins for the General Election ~ Exercise your right to vote!

   
October 16

National Boss' Day

Project 17 Unconference, 9am-4pm, PSU College of Technology 909 E. Ford Ave. in Pittsburg, guest speakers Ken Brock of Names & Numbers and Joe Bisogno, founder of Mr. Goodcents and owner of Timber Hills Lake Ranch, general registration $35, students $25, click here to register by October 14th. Contact Heather Morgan for more info. at hmorgan@twsproject17.org or (785) 323-7001.

   
October 17

Class of 1994 Reunion!

   
October 18

Kansas Rocks Park Creepy Crawl Halloween Event- This event celebrates our anniversary with a Halloween theme. Trunk-or-Treat for the kids, costume contest, a meal, and a night ride through our haunted trails. Great fun for the whole family. Camping available. Closed to open riding. www.ksrockspark.com

Old Fort Genealogical Society, Seminar/Workshop at FSCC, Bailey Hall, Rooms A-128-129, 10:00 am to 3:00 pm, with a one hour lunch break at noon. Presentations to include tips for beginning family research to include local, state and federal sources. Contact Ken Lyon for more information @ 620-223-0838

   
October 19

Fort Scott Country Music Show @ Memorial Hall, 2:00pm. Admission is $12.00 (15 & under FREE). This concert is featuring Haylie Walter.

   
October 20

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

General Election CANDIDATE FORUM, doors open 5:15pm to meet candidates, forum begins 6pm, FSHS Commons Area, 1005 S. Main Street. Call the Chamber for more info. at (620) 223-3566.

   
October 21

City Commission Meeting, City Hall, 6pm

Economic Outlook Conference, Pittsburg Memorial Auditorium, 11:30am to 2pm.

   
October 24

ZOMBIE CHASE, 2nd Annual fundraiser for United Way, will be held in Gunn Park, 5K and 1 mile fun walk. More info. to come, call Jared Leek (620) 224-9787 for details.

   
October 25

Creepy Crafts, Buck Run Communtiy Center, 9 to 10:30am, call (620) 223-0386 for more info.

Halloween Parade, Downtown Fort Scott, meet at Skubitz Plaza, starts at 11am. Call the Chamber for more info. (620) 223-3566.

SPECIAL PROGRAM AT THE FORT SCOTT NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE
October 25, 2:00 p.m. Shared Stories of the Civil War: Price's March of 1864
Hoping to gain Missouri for the Confederacy and hamper Lincoln's reelection, the rebel offensive left a path of destruction that will be recounted through eyewitness accounts.

Liberty Theatre presents SAMMY KERSHAW, live band, cash bar and dancing, 8pm, more information on www.fslibertytheatre.com. The adjacent Crooner's Lounge will also be open for dinner from 5 to 9pm with drink special happy hour from 5 to 6pm, reservations recommended, call Jill at (620) 215-1788.

   
October 26

Oktoberfest! Located at Trinity Lutheran Church, 2824 South Horton. 4:00pm until 7:00pm. Enjoy a variety of German food. Cost: 12 and up- $8.00, ages 5-11: $4.00, ages 4 and under- free.

   
October 27

Fort Scott Area Community Foundation Board Meeting, 5:30pm, Gordon Parks Museum.

   
October 28

FREE Leadership Training offered by the Kansas Leadership Center, lunch included, held at FSCC, 9am to 4pm, click here for more info., click here to register by October 15th. Contact Heather Morgan for more info. hmorgan@twsproject17.org.

Board Development Training Seminar offered through the Community Foundation of Southeast Kansas, presented by Betty Johnson, covering the role of the trustee, how to raise funds, etc. Contact Cathy White for more information at (620) 231-8897 or cathy.white@southeastkansas.org.

   
October 30

FSHS Fall Choir Concert, 7pm, Ellis Fine Arts Center

   
October 31

HALLOWEEN!

   

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