• Pioneer Harvest Fiesta

    Bourbon County Fairgrounds - Fort Scott, Kansas
    August 25th, 26th & 27th, 2017

    "One of the Oldest Show of it's kind in Kansas"

     

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  • The 61st Pioneer Harvest Fiesta comes to the Bourbon County Fairgrounds in Fort Scott, Kansas August 25th, 26th, and 27th, 2017.

    The event kicks off with a Parade of Antique, Classic Farm Implements and More through Fort Scott's historic downtown on Thursday the 24th at 6 PM!

    This year's Fiesta promises to be the best yet, with something for every member of the family! Handmade Arts & Crafts in the 4-H building Saturday and Sunday. A Quilt Show in the Meyers building all three days. This year's Gas Engine Exhibit features Baker Made Monitor Engines. Featured Tractors will be Minneapolis-Moline.

    Again this year, Pioneer Harvest Fiesta features one of the largest, most interesting Flea Markets in the Four-State's region. Experience educational and historic exhibits, refreshments and live musical entertainment all weekend.

    All three days are alive with Steam Engines, Blacksmiths, Food and Flea Market Vendors, Drag Saw Demonstrations, Tractors & Gas Engines on Display, Baker Fan Demonstrations. Corn Shucking demonstrations, Arts and Crafts, Quilt Show, Straw Bailing, Wheat Thrashing, Corn Husking/Shelling, Rock Crushing, Saw Mill Operation, Parade of Power, Sorghum cooking and many more exciting events! It's one great weekend to kick off Fall in the 4-state's region! It's the 61st annual Pioneer Harvest Fiesta, at the Bourbon County Fairgrounds in Historic Fort Scott, Kansas.

     

  • 2017 Admission

    This year's Full Weekend Admission is only $5.00 per person and includes Collector Button & Friday Bean Feed at 5 PM. Children under age 12 - FREE Free admission does not include button. Prior year Collector Buttons available, $1.00.

  • For more information about this event click HERE.

    For more information on joining the organization, contact Allen Warren, President (awarren@cebridge.net) 

    620-224-7661 or any one of the Fiesta members.

  • Celebrate Our Rich Agricultural Heritage!