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Fort Scott Area
Chamber of Commerce
231 East Wall Street
Fort Scott, KS 66701
800-245-3678
620-223-3566
FAX 620-223-3574

 

COMMUNITY CALENDAR - SEPTEMBER 2016

 

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September 2016 Events
  Click here for a full listing of all USD234 events
  Click here for a full listing of FSCC Athletic events
Fridays and Saturdays 50-minute narrated tours of Fort Scott, leave from the Chamber, 10am-4pm, leave on the hour with last tour leaving at 3pm, $5 adults/$4 children.
* Fort Scott Farmers' Market - Skubitz Plaza - Tuesdays, 4 to 6pm & Saturdays, 8am to 12pm.
1 Chamber Coffee - Bourbon County Garden Club, Heritage Park Pavilion, 1st & Main, 8am
1 Pioneer Kiwanis, FSCC Heritage Room, 12pm
2 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.
3 Centennial Grand Ball, Memorial Hall, 7 pm, Come celebrate the 100th birthday of the National Parks Service how they would of celebrated when the fort was constructed! Click here for more information!
3-5 The Fort National Historic Site - "Highlights in History" Features, talks, tours, demonstrations and living history programs about Fort Scott's role in the pivotal events of American History. Contact (620) 223-0310 with questions.
5 Labor Day! Chamber closed; Visitor Center open 10am-4pm
6

Fort Scott Kiwanis, FSCC Heritage Room, 12pm

6 City Commission Meeting, City Hall, 6pm
7 Rotary, First Presbyterian Church lower level, 12pm
8 Chamber Coffee, hosted by United Way of Bourbon County at Mercy McAuley Center, 401 Woodland Hills Blvd., refreshments sponsored by Mercy Hospital, 8am
8 Pioneer Kiwanis, FSCC Heritage Room, 12noon
8 Bourbon County Republican Committee, Ellis Fine Arts Center, information 620-224-6846; 7pm
9 The Friday night Concert in the Park will be held on the grounds of the Fort Scott National Historic Site as part of the Symbols of Sacrifice event, 7pm, bring a lawn chair as seating may be limited.
9-15 The Fort National Historic Site - "Symbols of Sacrifice" Parade Ground Flags remember our nation's war dead. Contact (620) 223-0310 with questions.
10 Adopt-A-Trail work day, Kansas Rocks Recreation Park; www.ksrockspark.com
12 USD234 Board Meeting, Board of Education Bldg, 5:30pm
13 Fort Scott Kiwanis, FSCC Heritage Room, 12pm
13 Historic Preservation Association of Bourbon County-Board meeting at 7pm (2nd Tuesday of each month), at the Old Congregational Church, Meetings are open to members and we invite the public to attend.
14 Rotary, First Presbyterian Church lower level, 12pm
14 Woodland Hills Golf Course - SEK Senior Golf Association - 9:30am Shotgun Start (1st tee closed until 2:30pm)
15 Chamber Coffee, Lake Fort Scott, Sciortino Park, west/first lake entrance, 8am
15 Pioneer Kiwanis, FSCC Heritage Room, 12pm
16-17 Fall Town-wide Garage Sale
16 Bourbon County Arts Council Art Walk, Downtown, 5pm
17 Jeff Daly Classic Tournament Series, Sign in is going to be at 5:15a.m. At the north side of Muscle Car Station. With a shotgun start at 6:00a.m. 25$ per person teams of 2 or 3 people. Weigh in is in the same place at 3:00p.m no late entries. 5 fish limit must be 15 inches long to weigh in and fish must be alive. 
Pay out to 1st 2nd and 3rd in the biggest stringer and payout to the biggest bass. This will be a 50/50 50% goes to Relay For Life and 50% goes to Care To Share. With a end of year tourney on October 8 which will be a 100% payout but you have to fish 2 of the first four tournament to qualify for the October 8th tournament. For more info call or text    620-215-3849
17

Fall Off-Road 101 Course, Kansas Rocks Recreation Park, www.ksrockspark,com

19 Chamber Board of Directors, Papa Dons, 12pm
19 FSCC Board of Trustees, FSCC Heritage Room, 5:30pm
20 Fort Scott Kiwanis, 1FSCC Heritage Room, 12pm
20 City Commission Meeting, City Hall, 6pm
21 Rotary, First Presbyterian Church lower level, 12pm
22 Chamber Coffee, hosted by Brian's Pest Control & Kale Nelson State Farm at State Farm, 1118 S. Clark St.
22 Pioneer Kiwanis, Buck Run, Pancake Feed, 12pm
22 Bourbon County Garden Club, 4th Thursday of the month, at 6:30pm. Location varies; to be announced. Contact Jan Hedges for additional information: streck.jan@gmail.com
24 Kansas Krawl and Competition, Kansas Rocks Recreation Park, www.ksrockspark.com
24 Save Second Base Kickball Tournament at Fisher Park - A family-orientated event! Sponsored by Mercy Health Foundation. 
24 EKTEC Rodeo - Finals (Eastern Kansas Timed Event Circuit), 2pm, Bourbon County Fairgrounds
25 EKTEC Rodeo - Finals (Eastern Kansas Timed Event Circuit), 11am, Bourbon County Fairgrounds
26 Woodland Hills Golf Course - Uniontown Varsity Girls 18 Hole Match - 1pm Shotgun Start (all players must be off course by 1pm)
27 Fort Scott Kiwanis, FSCC Heritage Room, 12pm
28 Rotary, First Presbyterian Church lower level, 12pm
29 Chamber Coffee, 8am, hosted by Velocity Tactics & 4 State Sanitation at Velocity Tactics, 523 E. Wall St.
29

Chamber Lunch & Learn, Maximizing Value in your Small Business, Dan Loiacono, MBA, CCIM, Business Performance Advisors, Empress Event Center, 11:30am-1pm, $10 members, $15 non-members, includes lunch.

29 Pioneer Kiwanis, FSCC Heritage Room, 12pm
30 The Fort National Historic Site - Citizenship Ceremony: New citizens take oath of allegiance to their newly adopted country. 


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