Fort Scott, KS — Last weekend the Historic Preservation Association of Bourbon County (HPA) was very busy and most likely recuperating this week. You can visit their full web page here.
Friday night, Moonlight and Mistletoe, an event hosted by Bob and Denise Duncan at their renovated corporate building into a beautiful 8,000 square foot living quarters. Saturday and Sunday, the holiday homes tour were going on – allowing visitors to tours some of Fort Scott’s older homes.
Also, HPA hosted the annual Stocking Stuffer craft fair at Fort Scott Middle School. Rhonda Dunn, coordinator, reported 36 vendors were on site to offer a wide variety of crafts and stocking stuffers.
These events are the main fund-raisers they do once a year. The HPA is responsible for maintaining many of the historical sites in the county and often match grants from the city to assist in restoration projects of down town Fort Scott.
For more information or questions of how you can be involved, contact:
620.223.3800 ext 192