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Symbols of Sacrifice Memorial At FSNHS This Weekend

Symbols of Sacrifice event. Submitted photo.

Thousands of American flags will be displayed in a Field of Honor at Fort Scott National Historic Site, in what is called Symbols of Sacrifice.

Fort Scott National Historic Site will be hosting “Symbols of Sacrifice” this Memorial Day Weekend, Friday, May 24 through, Monday, May 27.

We encourage community members and organizations to join the park in placing the flags Friday morning beginning at 9 am.

There will be guided tours daily at 11 am and 1 pm.

All weekend at 2:30 pm, we will have special programs.

Saturday will discuss the Mexican American War;

Sunday, the Civil War -A Most Diverse Army;

and Monday, a special Memorial Day program followed by a Moment of Silence at 3 pm.

Saturday, May 25 at 4 pm, Ralph Carlson and Arnold Schofield will present “The Vacant Chair” followed by musicians performing a special concert of patriotic music.

“The approximately 7,000 flags commemorate the ultimate sacrifice members of the United States Armed Forces have made to keep this country free,” said Betty Boyko, Superintendent, Fort Scott National Historic Site.

To find out more and to become involved, please contact the park at 620-223-0310.

Lowell Milken Center Celebrates 75th D-Day Anniversary on June 6

The Lowell Milken Center for Unsung Heroes invites you to attend the 75th D-Day anniversary events throughout the day of June 6th.
The Center will honor unsung hero, Andrew Jackson Higgins with the following events:
8 am Chamber Coffee
10 am  The unveiling of the new Higgins children’s book by author, Cathy Werling
3 pm Question and Answer with Skipper Higgins
4 pm Wine and Cheese.
All events are at the Center, 1 South Main Street in Fort Scott.
Hope you can attend!

Woodland Hills: One of Top Ten In Kansas

Fort Scott’s Community Development Director Robert Uhler listens as Woodland Hills Clubhouse Manager Shannon O’Neil tells of upcoming events during the weekly Chamber of Commerce Coffee May 9.

Fort Scott’s publicly owned golf course is one of the best in Kansas.

“It’s one of the top ten in the state,” Fort Scott’s Community Development Director Robert Uhler told the weekly Chamber of Commerce Coffee attendees on May 9 at Woodland Hills Golf Course.

To view others on the list of top ten golf courses in Kansas, click below.

https://bestthingsks.com/public-golf-courses/?fbclid=IwAR0T2ujyKdgy8wgaNo2x6zw6pBF3

Golf carts are lined up in front of the Woodland Hills Golf Course, ready for rental. There are 30 carts for public rental, Clubhouse Manager Shannon O’Neil said.

Woodland Hills Golf Course is busy with community events.

“The next Saturday’s are busy,” Clubhouse Manager Shannon O’Neil told the coffee attendees, “The Kiwanis Golf Tournament is May 18, there is a three-person scramble on Memorial Day weekend May 25 and a Tiger Baseball Fundraiser on June 1.” The Kiwanis fundraiser is for student scholarships and the Tiger baseball fundraiser benefits the local baseball team, he said.

O’Neil is also the head golf professional at the course.

An introductory course for beginning golfers ages 8-13 begins Tuesday, June 11, for six weeks of one-hour group lessons.

Coffee attendee, Fort Scott Community College President Alysia Johnston said the college has a great partnership with the golf course. This partnership has allowed two girls to hone their skills to excel at the sport.

“In our first year with a golf team, two girls have qualified for nationals,” she said.

City Manager Dave Martin commended  Golf Course Superintendent Jon Kindlesparger for his work on upgrading and maintaining the picturesque course.

“We hired him when the course was in disrepair,” Martin said. “Jon, with his experience has done a lot of great work out here.”

Jon Kindlesparger, Woodland Hills Golf Course Superintendent.
The board at the Woodland Hills Clubhouse lists all the fees.

Presenting: The 2019 Good Ol’ Days Schedule

The Good Ol’ Days Schedule
Good Ol’ Days Festival Schedule

THURSDAY, MAY 30

>> 6 PM ~ FORT SCOTT TALENT SHOW

> Memorial Hall @ 3rd & National Ave.

> Admission $5 / Five & under FREE.

> Contestant registration deadline is May 24th.

>> 7 – 11 PM ~ CARNIVAL: Fun Time Shows

> Cheney Witt Parking Lot @ 3rd & Main St.

> $20 armband; Tickets $3 or 10 for $25

FRIDAY, MAY 31

>> 5 – 7 PM ~ GOOD OL’ CHICKEN DINNER

> Pick-up behind LMC @ Wall & Scott St.

> Tickets $8 (Chicken, 2 sides, bread & a water)

> Purchase by Friday, May 31st at 1:00pm

>> 5 – 10 PM ~ STREET FAIR/MARKETPLACE

> N. Main St. (between Wall St. & Skubitz)

>> 6 PM ~ GOOD OL’ DAYS PARADE

> Parade Route: North on Main ~ West on

Wall – South on National ~ East on 6th

>> 6 – 11 PM ~ CARNIVAL: Fun Time Shows

> Cheney Witt Parking Lot @ 3rd & Main St.

> $20 armband; Tickets $3 or 10 for $25

>> 7 PM ~ RED GARTER SALOON

> Skubitz Plaza

>> 8PM ~ RESTLESS HEART

> Memorial Hall @ 3rd & National Ave.

> Tickets are $40 for VIP & $25 for GA

SATURDAY, JUNE 1

>> 8 AM – 10 AM ~ FARMER’S MARKET

> Skubitz Plaza

>> 8 AM ~ TOM DAVIS DRAGOON CHARGE

Runners take the parade route to N. National & then to

the Riverfront Trails to Finish the race. 5K Walk/Run.

> Advance entry $10, Day of Race $15

>> 8 AM – 10 PM ~ STREET FAIR

Food Trucks, Craft Vendors, a Petting Zoo, Pioneer

Harvest Fiesta Tractor Display & so much more!

>> 8AM – 5PM ~ FS MUNITIONS CAR SHOW

> Fort Scott Munitions @ 523 E. Wall St.

>> 8AM – 5PM ~ NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE

A full day of history & family fun at the old fort!

>> 9 AM ~ BABY CONTEST REGISTRATION

7 age categories from newborn to 24 months. No hats or

bows please. Babies 12 months & under: diapers only.

Babies 13 – 24 months: diaper & plain white t-shirt.

> $5 Entry Fee

> Memorial Hall @ 3rd & National Ave.

>> 10 AM ~ BABY CONTEST JUDGING

> Memorial Hall @ 3rd & National Ave.

>> 10 AM – 6 PM ~ RED GARTER SHOW

Shows every hour on the hour. Last performance at 5.

> Skubitz Plaza

>> 10, 11 & 12 ~ KRIS “TANTO” PARANTO

> Ammo Tin & Book Signing

> Fort Scott Munitions @ 523 E. Wall St.

>> 3PM ~ BURNOUT CONTEST

> Fort Scott Munitions @ Clarke St.

>>6 PM – 11 PM ~ CARNIVAL: Fun Time Shows

> Cheney Witt Parking Lot @ 3rd & Main St.

> $20 armband; Tickets $3 or 10 for $25

>> 8 PM ~ STILL SURFIN’ A Musical Tribute to the Beach Boys

> Memorial Hall @ 3rd & National Ave.

> Tickets are $25 for VIP & $15 for GA

TICKETS ON SALE NOW!

TICKETS ON SALE NOW!

@ The Visitors Center & Chamber

fortscottgoodoldays.com/tickets

New Library Program: Un-Book Club

Fort Scott Public Library

Beginning in May, Fort Scott Public Library will have a new book club for adults, the Un-Book Club.

We won’t have any reading requirements,” Librarian Lisa Walther said.  “This is a club to discuss whatever you want to discuss about books and reading.”

The Un-Book Club will meet on May 21 at 1 p.m. in the Library Event Room.

“Bring your lunch if you’d like to and join us for a casual discussion to share what you’re reading, learn what others are reading, and find inspiration for your future reading,” she said.

Parade Entries Sought For Good Ol’ Days Parade

The Fort Scott Area
Chamber of Commerce is taking registrations for
Parade Entries
for the
39th Annual
Good Ol’ Days Festival!
Click HEREto register online
The 2019 Good Ol’ Days Festival Parade
is drawing near!
The deadline for entries is
Wednesday, May 29th
@ 6:00 p.m.
Entries without registration form completed will not be allowed in the parade.
(Please place registration number on the right side of your entry.)
For a printable copy of
the registration form,
please clickhere.
Deliver or mail entry to:
Chamber of Commerce,
231 E Wall, Fort Scott, KS 66701
OR fax entry to (620) 223-3574,
OR email to:
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The theme for this year’s festival is
“Off The Rails”,
as 2019 is the
150th Anniversary of the
Intercontinental Railroad.
Because the Good Ol’ Days Committee is teaming up with both Fort Scott Munitions and the Fort Scott National Historic Site, the parade will be opened to all types of transportation.
Fort Scott Munitions will be hosting a large car & bike show this year, and will be auctioning off a motorcycle for charity.
The Fort plans to do a comparison of ambulances from the early 1900’s through today. They will have a fire truck & ambulance on Skubitz Plaza, an Air Ambulance on parade grounds, possibly a military helicopter, an original ambulance cart from the early 1900’s, re-enactors, and much more.
For a full description of the events, please visit the
Good Ol’ Days website by clickinghere.

Steinway “Thank You” Concert

Fort Scott High School music assistant and former instructor Pat Harry and Meredith Reid, the current instructor, lead students with the Steinway piano accompaning. Submitted photo.

There will be a free concert this Sunday for the community to celebrate the restoration of the Fort Scott High School Steinway piano.

The concert will be held Sunday, May 19 at 3 p.m. in the FSHS Auditorium, 1005 S. Main.

“This will feature the newly restored Steinway piano,” FSHS Music Instructor Meredith Reid said. “Performers will include students, alumni, and music teachers. The purpose of the concert is to recognize all of the generous donors who made this project possible.”

“We sent it off February 2018,” Ried said. “It was restored by Mike Dugan of Dugan’s Piano Service located in Nixa, MO.”

Pictures of the project from beginning to end will also be displayed.

The mystery of who donated the prized Steinway to the school has never been solved, Reid said.

Refreshments will be served following the concert.

To learn more about the restoration project:

Steinway Piano Restoration Project Has A Mystery

This will be Reid’s last school year at FSHS, she will be teaching next year in her hometown, Girard.

Friday Night Free Concert: St. Martin’s Academy

The featured group for the Friday Night Free Concert is the St. Martin’s Academy vocal and instrumental ensemble.

The group has an eclectic repertoire of folk, classical and Christian music, said Ralph Carlson, event coordinator.

“The St. Martin’s Academy performed for us last fall and was a real hit with our audience,” Carlson said. “Instruments include guitars and a bagpipe. The show starts at 7 p.m., come early and bring your lawn chairs as seating is limited. In the event of foul weather, the show will be moved to the Common Grounds Coffee Shop.”

FSHS Thespians Present Pirates! For Tiger Drama Camp May 28-June 7

The Fort Scott High School Thespians host this year’s Tiger Drama Camp on May 28-June 7 at the Fort Scott High School Auditorium. Rehearsals run Monday through Friday from 12:30-4:30 pm with performances at 7 p.m. on June 7 & 8.

Tiger Drama Camp is open to students entering first through ninth grades and has expanded to include a full-scale performance. This year’s play is Pirates! Theodore Thud and the Quest for Weird Beard by Joshua Mikel. Camp is directed by the FSHS Thespians and Director Angie Bin. Students learn acting, movement, and vocal performance skills, culminating in the public performance. Students will each play a role, assist with art projects, and have snacks during the rehearsal process. They should dress comfortably for active stage movement.

Register for Tiger Drama Camp at Buck Run. The registration deadline has been extended to May 20. The fee is $40 which includes a show t-shirt. Parents are asked to attend a meeting at 12:30 p.m. at the first rehearsal on May 28.

On June 7 and 8, doors will open for the performances at 6:30 p.m. Tickets are $5 at the door. The show is produced by special arrangment with Playscripts, Inc. (www.playscrips.com).

For more information, contact Angie Bin at 620-719-9622 or abin@usd234.org. Proceeds from Tiger Drama Camp fund activities and trips for the FSHS Thespian Troupe #7365.

What’s Happening in Fort Scott by The Chamber

Care to Share (“The Sharing Bucket”) will be hosting the 5th Annual “TaTa” Ride on June 15th, 2019 and an “AR-15 Gun Raffle”. Raffle tickets are $5 each and on sale now! ATF Regulations apply. Contact Stacey Wright for tickets or more info. (See flyer below)
Win a trip to Santa Fe, New Mexico! Drawing tickets are $5 each, or 3 for $10. All proceeds go to the Good Samaritan Program, which directly benefits Fort Scott Presbyterian Village residents who have outlived their financial resources through no fault of their own.

Tickets are available at the Chamber of Commerce, 231 E. Wall St. (See flyer below for more info)
Hedgehog.INK now has gardening books on the sale rack in the front of the store – These books are FREE, for a donation to Tri-Valley Horticulture Therapy Program (see flyer below for more info)

Hedgehog.INK is celebrating Mother’s Day! Bring in an APRON (yours, your mother’s, grandmother’s, or one you bought at a garage sale) to be displayed in the store from May 1-15th. Be sure to label it in some way with your name
All cookbooks will be on sale for $50% off!!
Artist of the Month at Hedgehog.INK – Art by Uniontown students will be on display in the store throughout the month of May
Walgreens is looking for sponsors to donate noses to the local schools in Fort Scott to help spread the word for Red Nose Day. This is a great charity opportunity, and a way to increase awareness about childhood poverty. Noses this year are $2.00, and will come in a blind mystery bag containing one of five unique superhero noses.

Contact Vincent Ratcliff, manager of your local Fort Scott Walgreens, to purchase noses or to get further information (PLEASE SEE FLYER BELOW)

Benefit Bass Fishing Tournaments & Raffles for Class of ’91 Grad Chad Elmer – Entry fees will go toward’s Chad’s upcoming expenses and prize money. Raffles include fishing and outdoor gear, ammo, an AR15 gun, and more! (See flyer below for complete details)

10-11
Town-wide Garage Sale sponsored by the Fort Scott Area Chamber of Commerce- Maps will be available Thursday, May 9th through Saturday, May 11th at the following locations: Bids and Dibs, Casey’s, Don’s Smoke Shop, 5 Corners, all Pete’s locations, and the Chamber of Commerce, 231 E. Wall St.

10-11
Pioneer Harvest Swap Meet – Bourbon County Fairgrounds, 2102 S. Huntington Blvd. in Fort Scott – Doors open at 8am

12th Annual Swap Meet, sponsored by Pioneer Harvest Fiesta

Flea market & garage sale items, antique gas engines & related parts, antique auto parts, farm tractors & tractor parts, farm equipment & accessories, literature, books & manuals. Something for everyone!

The grounds will be open Thursday, May 9th for setup. Camping available with electric ($20 per day)

Free admission to buyers, $10 booth fee. Contact Allen Warren at: 620-224-7761

10-11
Weekly Livestock Sale at Fort Scott Livestock Market. Starting at 10am on both Fridays & Saturdays
Fridays:  Cows, Pairs, Big Bulls
Saturdays:  Stocker & Feeder Cattle, followed by any cows & bulls that come in late Friday & Saturday. Cafe open both sale days. You don’t have to be a buyer, just to come watch the sale and visit the cafe!
10 Friday Night Concert in the Park – Sponsored by the Fort Scott Area Chamber of Commerce – Heritage Park Pavillion, 1st & Main, 7-8pm

This Friday night at the Heritage Park Pavilion (1st Street and Main) will feature the Sekanaires Quartet. The quartet members are Ray Mauck, Curtis Ramsey, Steve Bell and Ralph Carlson. The quartet was formed in the early 1960s and has made seven recordings. The concert will start at 7 pm and will move to the Common Grounds Coffee shop in the event in inclement weather. This is the 2nd show of the new season

The concerts are organized by Ralph Carlson. If you or someone you know is interested in performing, contact Ralph at rscarlson@classicnet.net

Bring your lawn chair as seating is limited

11 Benefit Bass Fishing Tournaments for Class of ’91 Grad Chad Elmer – Check-in 5:15 a.m. @ 223 N. National Ave., tournament starts at 6 a.m. sharp, weigh-in 3 p.m.
@ 223 N. National Ave.

Everyone who knows Chad Elmer and and for those of you who may not… He was recently diagnosed with stage 4 colon cancer and they found a couple spots on the liver. He is under going some pretty aggressive chemo therapy treatment

There are three tournaments: May 11th, June 15th, and July 27th

Entry will be $25/person. 50% of the entry fees will go to Chad to help with his up coming expenses and the other 50% will go to prize money

There will be raffles at each tournament, including an AR15 gun raffle (see flyer below for complete information)

11 Farmer’s Market – Skubitz Plaza (in front of the historic fort)

Saturday Mornings, 8:00am – 12:00pm

Fort Scott Farmers’ Market is a farmer driven and run market. The farmers work hard to produce the very finest produce available. We also provide a great venue for community organizations to promote their mission and raise funds

We are focused on fresh locally produce farm products

11 Storytime at Hedgehog.INK! “Pirates Ahoy!” – 16 S. Main St., 10:30-11:30am, the second Saturday of every month

Storytime and special activity with the Fort Scott High School Thespians

Visit: https://www.facebook.com/hedgesbookstore/  (See flyer below)

12 Team Trivia at the Boiler Room Brewhaus –
10 S. National, 3-5pm

Exciting, fun and challenging team trivia. Put your team together (maximum of 8 teams, maximum of 5 members on a team)

$5 per person. Cash prizes for winning team. Pre-register at the tap room

13 Uniontown Regional High School Tournament
13
Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for Accent Dental, LLC, hosted by the Fort Scott Area Chamber of Commerce – 204 State St. in Fort Scott

The event will begin at 5:15pm, with remarks and ribbon cutting at 5:30pm. Refreshments will be served. (See flyer below for info)

14-15 Story Time – Fort Scott Public Library,  201 S. National Ave., 10-11am
14 T.O.P.S Meeting – Buck Run Community Center, 3-4pm
14 Fort Scott Kiwanis Meeting – FSCC Heritage Room, 2108 S. Horton, 12-1pm
14 Farmer’s Market – Skubitz Plaza (in front of the historic fort)

Tuesday evenings, 8:00am – 12:00pm

Fort Scott Farmers’ Market is a farmer driven and run market. The farmers work hard to produce the very finest produce available. We also provide a great venue for community organizations to promote their mission and raise funds

We are focused on fresh locally produce farm products

14 USD 234 Board of Education Meeting – 424 S. Main St.,
5:30-6:30pm
14 Historic Preservation Association of Bourbon County Meeting – Old Congregational Church, 502 S. National Ave., Board meeting at 6:30pm, program at 7pm

We will have great fellowship, refreshments, and a door prize – hope you can attend!

15
Rotary Meeting – Presbyterian Church,  308 S. Crawford St., 12-1pm
15
Adult Coloring Program – Fort Scott Public Library,
201 S. National Ave., 2-4pm

Join us in the library events room for a relaxing afternoon of coloring and conversation. Library provides coloring pages, pens and pencils, and snacks. Bring your own beverage of choice (no alcohol, please)
15
GEDTAG (Teen Advisory Group) – Fort Scott Public Library,
201 S. National Ave., 4-5pm

Exclusively for middle and high school students. We have meetings weekly, including a games & snack night, a community service project, a book club meeting, and a craft night each month
Make a difference in your community while having fun at TAG! Each meeting includes food, drinks, and a good time with your fellow teens. Bring your friends!
15 Presbyterian Good Sam Dinner and Auction – Fort Scott Presbyterian Village, 2401 S. Horton

Auction at 5pm, dinner from 4:30 to 6:30pm

Chicken Mary’s dinner and homemade desserts! Chance to win a trip to Santa Fe, New Mexico

Meal tickets are $9 in advance, $12 at the door. Carry-out is available

Drawing tickets are $5 each or three for $10. Tickets are available at Presbyterian Village or the Chamber of Commerce, 231 E. Wall St.

All proceeds go to the Good Samaritan Program, which directly benefits Fort Scott Presbyterian Village residents who have outlived their financial resources through no fault of their own (See flyer below for more info)

15
GED Graduation 2019 – FSCC Ellis Fine Arts Center, 2108 S. Horton, 6pm
Fort Scott Community College will conduct its annual Adult Basic Education/General Equivalency Diploma graduation at 6 p.m. Wednesday, May 15 in the auditorium of the Danny and Willa Ellis Family Fine Arts Center on the FSCC campus, 2108 S. Horton St. The ceremony is for students who have completed the GED program this past year.  A reception will immediately follow the graduation
16
Join us for the weekly Chamber Coffee of the Fort Scott Area Chamber of Commerce at 8am. This week’s Chamber Coffee will be hosted by Fort Scott Paws & Claws Animal Shelter
Location: 8 N. Judson
16 Ribbon Cutting Ceremony – The Fort Scott Area Chamber of Commerce is excited to announce the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony celebrating the opening of the Fort Scott Paws & Claws Animal Shelter’s new location at 8 N. Judson St. The event will take place Thursday, May 16th, immediately following the Chamber Coffee, which begins at 8 a.m. at the same location

The new Paws and Claws location at 8 N. Judson St. in downtown Fort Scott will serve as a cat shelter, an office, and an intake and adoption area
Please join Fort Scott Paws & Claws Animal Shelter May 16th, 2019 for the Chamber of Commerce Coffee at 8 a.m., with remarks and ribbon cutting immediately following
16
Business Basics: Quickbooks, presented by Kansas SBDC at PSU – FSCC Bailey Hall, Room A-130, 2108 S. Horton St., 8:30am-4:30pm

Business owners and entrepreneurs seeking information on growing their business through proper financial management. This program is appropriate for those who have started or are thinking about starting a business

Learn some of the essentials of navigating Quickbooks desktop software. We’ll cover basic accounting and multiple topics including: -Cash vs. accrual -Financial statements -Chart of accounts -Sales receipts -Invoices -Receiving payment/making deposits -Understanding banking and credit card statements -Budgeting (See flyer below for more info)

To register, please visit:

16 Pioneer Kiwanis Meeting – FSCC Heritage Room, 12pm-1pm
16
Farm Pond Management class offered by Southwind Extension District – Community Building, 105 N. Prairie Ave., Hepler, KS, 5:45-8pm

5:45-6pm: Registration
6-6:45: Fish Management & Stocking – Connor Ossowski, Fisheries Biologist
6:45-7:15: Sponsored Meal
7:15-8pm: Aquatic Weed Control – Charlie Lee, KSU Wildlife Specialist

RSVP by May 13th. To register for this FREE event, please contact Chris Petty at cgp@ksu.edu, or Jeri Geren at jlsigle@ksu.edu, or call K-State Research and Extension, Wildcat District – Girard office at 620-724-8233 (See flyer below for more info)

16 Thursday Card Players – Buck Run Community Center, 735 Scott Ave., 6-9pm

Free weekly event to anyone that wants to play cards, drink coffee, eat snacks, and socialize

16
A Star is Born (or Died) – Boiler Room Brewhaus,
10 S. National Ave., 7-9pm

Join us at The Boiler Room Brewhaus on Thursday evenings from 7 to 9 for karaoke fun.  Cheer on your local, favorite star!
17-18 FREE Bourbon County Dump Day, Residential Only, Includes Tires – 2286 Noble Rd., northeast of city limits

There will be no charge to haul solid waste or construction and demolition materials to the landfill from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday, May 17 and from 8 a.m. to noon Saturday, May 18

Residents will not be restricted on the number of tires brought to the landfill

17-18
Weekly Livestock Sale at Fort Scott Livestock Market. Starting at 10am on both Fridays & Saturdays
Fridays:  Cows, Pairs, Big Bulls
Saturdays:  Stocker & Feeder Cattle, followed by any cows & bulls that come in late Friday & Saturday. Cafe open both sale days. You don’t have to be a buyer, just to come watch the sale and visit the cafe!
17 Art Walk, hosted by Bourbon County Arts Council – Liberty Theatre Patio, 113 S. Main St., 5-8pm
17 Friday Night Concert in the Park – Heritage Park Pavillion, 1st & Main St., 7-8pm

This Friday night at the Heritage Park Pavilion (1st Street and Main) will feature the Sekanaires Quartet. The quartet members are Ray Mauck, Curtis Ramsey, Steve Bell and Ralph Carlson. The concert will start at 7 pm and will move to the Common Grounds Coffee shop in the event in inclement weather

The concerts are organized by Ralph Carlson. If you or someone you know is interested in performing, contact Ralph at rscarlson@classicnet.net

Bring your lawn chair as seating is limited

18 Farmer’s Market – Skubitz Plaza (in front of the historic fort)

Saturday Mornings, 8:00am – 12:00pm

Fort Scott Farmers’ Market is a farmer driven and run market. The farmers work hard to produce the very finest produce available. We also provide a great venue for community organizations to promote their mission and raise funds

We are focused on fresh locally produce farm products

18 Kiwanis 3-Person Scholarship Scramble – Woodland Hills Golf Course, 2412 S. Horton, 9am-2pm

8am registration, 9am shotgun start. $60 per player/$180 per team. To register, contact Shannon O’Neil at 620-223-5060

18 Marriage Night – Community Christian Church, 1919 S. Horton (enter on east side of building), dinner at 5pm, livestream from 6-9pm

Join us for a one night simulcast event to dedicate time for your marriage, packed with laughter and lessons you can apply immediately to your own marriage. We’ll be hearing from two great couples- Francis and Lisa Chan and Les and Leslie Parrott-with standup from comedian Michael Jr.

$15/person. Call 620-223-1500 to register

Watch a YouTube video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UzJ_fv6RCm0

19 Team Trivia at the Boiler Room Brewhaus – 10 S. National, 3-5pm

Exciting, fun and challenging team trivia. Put your team together (maximum of 8 teams, maximum of 5 members on a team)

$5 per person. Cash prizes for winning team. Pre-register at the tap room

19 Steinway Thank You Concert at Fort Scott High School – 1005 S. Main St., 3-5pm

Please join us in a special concert of thanks to all the donors who funded the restoration of the Fort Scott High School Steinway grand piano

The concert will feature various musical artists, both students and adults, from the school and community
Most importantly, we will unveil the completely restored Steinway for the concert

The concert is free and open to the public

19 Chamber Board Meeting – Papa Don’s, 12-1pm
20 Community Book Club – location to be determined,
7-8pm

This month’s book is “At Home”, by Bill Bryson. Email Sara Coon at: sibs1976@yahoo.com for location

21-22 Story Time – Fort Scott Public Library,  201 S. National Ave., 10-11am
21 T.O.P.S Meeting – Buck Run Community Center,
3-4pm
21 Fort Scott Kiwanis Meeting – FSCC Heritage Room, 2108 S. Horton, 12-1pm
21 Community Bingo at Country Place Senior Living (3rd Tuesday of every month) – 820 S. Horton, 2-4pm

Residents and the public are invited the 3rd Tuesday of each month for Community Bingo at Country Place Senior Living

21 Farmer’s Market – Skubitz Plaza (in front of the historic fort)

Tuesday evenings, 8:00am – 12:00pm

Fort Scott Farmers’ Market is a farmer driven and run market. The farmers work hard to produce the very finest produce available. We also provide a great venue for community organizations to promote their mission and raise funds

We are focused on fresh locally produce farm products

21
Tractor Safety Training offered by Southwind Extension District – FSCC John Deere Tech Building, 2223 S. Horton St., 5-9pm

Youth who are planning to do farm work for someone other than a parent or guardian, are are 14 or 15 years of age must attend a tractor safety course. Attendance is required to satisfy U.S. Department of Labor requirements. These requirements allow youth to be employed at certain hazardous farm tasks. Individuals must complete 20 hours of tractor driving (on their own) in order to receive a completed certificate

Register by calling the Southwind Fort Scott Office at 620-223-3720 no later than May 17, 2019 (See flyer below for more info)

21 City Commission Meeting – City Hall, 123 S. Main, 6-7pm
22 Breakfast Bingo at Buck Run Community Center (2nd & 4th Wed. of each month) – 735 Scott Ave., 9-10am

Come drink some coffee and play some bingo at Buck Run.  Staff will provide the bingo cards, the caller, and coffee.  Prizes provided by the Fort Scott Recreation Commission

22 Rotary Meeting – Presbyterian Church,  308 S. Crawford St., 12-1pm
22
Adult Coloring Program – Fort Scott Public Library,
201 S. National Ave., 2-4pm

Join us in the library events room for a relaxing afternoon of coloring and conversation. Library provides coloring pages, pens and pencils, and snacks. Bring your own beverage of choice (no alcohol, please)
22
TAG (Teen Advisory Group) – Fort Scott Public Library,
201 S. National Ave., 4-5pm

Exclusively for middle and high school students. We have meetings weekly, including a games & snack night, a community service project, a book club meeting, and a craft night each month
Make a difference in your community while having fun at TAG! Each meeting includes food, drinks, and a good time with your fellow teens. Bring your friends!
23-26 Dave Regan Tournament (FSHS) – LaRoche Baseball Complex, 4805 Campbell Dr.

Email Josh Regan for more information: jregan@usd234.org

23
Join us for the weekly Chamber Coffee of the Fort Scott Area Chamber of Commerce at 8am. This week’s Chamber Coffee will be hosted by Niece Products
Location: 3904 Liberty Bell Rd.
23 Pioneer Kiwanis Meeting – FSCC Heritage Room, 12pm-1pm
23 Thursday Card Players – Buck Run Community Center, 735 Scott Ave., 6-9pm

Free weekly event to anyone that wants to play cards, drink coffee, eat snacks, and socialize

23 Author Talk and Book Signing with Carol Russell – Hedgehog.INK!, 16 S. Main St.

Meet and greet author Carol Russell. Carol Russell is a freelance writer; she has written four books and has had many articles, devotions, and children’s stories published. She will be introducing her new book, “Jackson’s Run”

There will be an author talk, Q & A and booksigning. Her book will be available for purchase in the bookstore. Light refreshments will be served

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A Star is Born (or Died) – Boiler Room Brewhaus, 10 S. National Ave., 7-9pm

Join us at The Boiler Room Brewhaus on Thursday evenings from 7 to 9 for karaoke fun.  Cheer on your local, favorite star!
Save the Date:
– May 24-27 – Symbols of Sacrifice at Fort Scott National Historic Site
– May 24 – Flicks on the Bricks (Despicable Me)
– May 24 – Friday Night Concert in the Park (The Sekanaires Quartet)
– May 25 – Woodland Hills Memorial Weekend Scramble
– May 25 – Farmers’ Market
– May 25 – Carter Sampson @ Boiler Room Brewhaus
– May 26 – Dunn Memorial Golf Outing
– May 26 VFW Post 1165 Dedication of the U.S. Navy Memorial at Fort Scott National Cemetery
– May 27 – Team Trivia at Boiler Room Brewhaus
Click here for full events listing on our website.