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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.
July 2014
July 1

Downtown Meet & Greet, 8:30 to 9:30am, will be held at the Empress Event Center, 7 N. Main Street.

City Commission Meeting, 6pm, City Hall

   
July 3

Uniontown Independence Day Celebration, Food served at 7pm.

Fort Scott Community Fireworks Display, FSCC lawn, fireworks will go off at dark. Bring a lawn chair and enjoy the display!

   
July 4

INDEPENDENCE DAY!!! (Sponsored by Youth Activities Team)
Held at Ellis Park.
Entertainment: 10:00am - 10:30 am Carissa Bowman, 10:30am - 11:30 am Chance Hoener, Noon - 1:00 pm Chris Allen and Friends, 5:30pm - 6:30 pm Shawn Lasota, 6:45 pm - 7:30 pm Kinley Rice & BJ Pruitt, 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm The Barnstormers!

Independence Day Events and Schedule held at Ellis Park
Events will start at 8:00 am
Bring your own lawn chair!!!
Handicapped parking available (in the south middle school parking lot) transportation will be provided!
Come join us by helping us build a PLAYGROUND in Ellis Park!

Burke Street Parade, 10am, Meet at 10th & Burke, refreshments after parade, Cookie donations welcome. Public is welcome to attend.

Independence Day Holiday -- Chamber office closed -- Visitor Information Center open 10am to 4pm.

SPECIAL PROGRAM, FORT SCOTT NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE:
Highlights in History - May 24-26, July 4-5, 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.

   
July 5

SPECIAL PROGRAM, FORT SCOTT NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE:
Highlights in History - May 24-26, July 4-5, 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.

Annual Riverfront Festival at the future home of the Riverfront Park & Trail! Hot Dog Eating Contest, Entertainment & More! Bring the family & join the fun, 5:30 to 8pm, for more information contact Dean Mann, hdeanmann@gmail.com.

   
July 7

VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL, community is welcomed. JULY 7 - 10, 6:00pm to 8:00pm, located at The First United Methodist Church, 301 S. National, Fort Scott, KS. Contact Karen Cook 223-5853 or Jan Hedges 620-728-9001 for more info.

   
July 8

VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL, community is welcomed. JULY 7 - 10, 6:00pm to 8:00pm, located at The First United Methodist Church, 301 S. National, Fort Scott, KS. Contact Karen Cook 223-5853 or Jan Hedges 620-728-9001 for more info.

Fort Scott Community College Prospective Student Seminar- Student Union in Bailey Hall, 2108 S. Horton, Fort Scott, KS, 10 a.m. to 1:30 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. This event will also happen again on August 1st at 11 a.m.

FSCC Travel Group leaving on Alaskan cruise, 8 nights & 9 days, contact Don Miller if you are interested in future trips, (620) 223-6423.

   
July 9

VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL, community is welcomed. JULY 7 - 10, 6:00pm to 8:00pm, located at The First United Methodist Church, 301 S. National, Fort Scott, KS. Contact Karen Cook 223-5853 or Jan Hedges 620-728-9001 for more info.

Transient Guest Tax Committee Meeting, Chamber Board Room, 2 p.m.

   
July 10

VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL, community is welcomed. JULY 7 - 10, 6:00pm to 8:00pm, located at The First United Methodist Church, 301 S. National, Fort Scott, KS. Contact Karen Cook 223-5853 or Jan Hedges 620-728-9001 for more info.

   
July 11

Bourbon County CASA Summer Event, Contact Christa Horn for more details, bbcocasa@cpol.net.

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

   
July 12

Jordan Snyder Memorial ATV Shodeo - Contact: Beth Snyder 620-224-9186 for more information or visit southwind.ksu.edu/doc53351.ashx for a full 2014 Fair schedule.

3rd Annual FSHS Tiger Baseball Golf Tournament, 8am Start, Woodland Hills Golf Course, all proceeds benefit the FSHS Tiger Baseball Program, 3-man scramble, flighted for prizes, $150 per team includes cart rental if needed, call Josh Regan at (620) 288-6617 to register a team or a business sponsorship. Click here to view flyer with all the details.

Kansas Rocks Recreation Park Night Run, pay an additional $5 and run into the night. www.ksrockspark.com

Bourbon County Fair, learn more at www.bourboncountyfair.com!

   
July 13

Bourbon County Fair, learn more at www.bourboncountyfair.com!

4-H Horse Show in the Arena at the Bourbon County Fair – 5pm – admission is Free

   
July 14

USD-234 Board of Education Meeting, 5:30pm

Join the Book Club discussion over The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society, by Mary Ann Shaffer and Annie Barrows. Location: Barbara Doherty Woodward, 841 S. Crawford, 7:00p.m. Discussion will be led by Angela Mix.

Bourbon County Fair, learn more at www.bourboncountyfair.com!

   
July 15

Bourbon County Fair, learn more at www.bourboncountyfair.com!

City Commission Meeting, 6pm, City Hall

   
July 16

Bourbon County Fair, learn more at www.bourboncountyfair.com!

   
July 17

Bourbon County Fair, learn more at www.bourboncountyfair.com!

Fort Scott Family and Friends Reunion, contact Kirk Sharp for more info.

   
July 18

Fort Scott Family and Friends Reunion, contact Kirk Sharp for more info.

Bourbon County Fair, learn more at www.bourboncountyfair.com!

4H Livestock Sale, 7pm, Bourbon County Fairgrounds

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

   
July 19

Bourbon County Fair, learn more at www.bourboncountyfair.com!

Fort Scott Family and Friends Reunion, contact Kirk Sharp for more info.

   
July 20

Fort Scott Country Music Show, with special guests, Wade & Teresa Landry. 2:00pm, Memorial Hall, 1 East 3rd Street. For more information contact Steve or Nancy at 620-223-5708.

   
July 21

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

Mountain Bike Race in the 1st Annual, Marmaton Massacre. This is a mountain bike race sanctioned by the United Federation of Dirt (UFD), a racing series that covers Kansas and Missouri. Location: Trails of Gunn Park. Classes: Expert, Sport, Beginner, Marathon and Junior. Register at www.marmatonmassacre.com or for more information contact Frank Halsey 620-704-2730.

   
July 24

Small Business Owners Counseling, by Kansas Small Business Development Center, FSCC Admin. Bldg., 9am to 12pm. 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

How to Start Your Business free workshop by the Kansas Small Business Development Center, FSCC Admin. Building, 1 to 3 pm, for persons wishing to begin a business, they strongly recommend you attend one of these 2-hour sessions prior to meeting with a counselor. This session will provide an overview of the business startup and operation process and will include worksheets to help you compile the information you will need to make informed decisions about your business plans. Advanced registration required to 620-235-4920. Visit www.btikansas.com for more workshop information.

   
July 25

4TH FRIDAY ART CRAWL! Organized by the Bourbon County Arts Council, Art Vendors, Children's Activities organized by the Bourbon County YPL & More! Call Tedena Tucker if you are interested in being an art vendor or email the Chamber at fschamber@fortscott.com.

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

   
July 26

YAT Golf Tourney, Woodland Hills Golf Course, for more information call 620-223-5060.

7th Annual Iola Rotary Club, Car Show, Motorcycle and KC BBQ! Free T-Shirt to the first 50 entries. this year’s event is in conjunction with the Kansas City BBQ Society, Registration : 8am to 11:30am, location: Iola, Kansas Riverside Park. For more details and information visit: www.cars.iola-rotary.org

   
July 28

Fort Scott Area Community Foundation Board Meeting 5:30pm, Citizens Bank

   
TBA

Missouri State Tractor Puller Association - Bourbon County Fairgrounds - 7:00pm- Contact Mark Crystal 620-224-9388

   

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