Good Ol’ Days 2019: What Was Your Special Moment?

The Good Ol’ Days is the annual town-wide gathering, which includes a parade, vendors on Main Street, comedy and music entertainment, a carnival, a fun run/walk and activites at the Fort Scott National Historic Site. It has grown to include the Fort Scott Munitions Customer Appreciation Day Car Show and events.

Check the following photos to see if your special moment is caught.

If not, submit yours in the comments section.

This is a segment of the parade highlights:

 

Parade goers line the streets of Main at Wall Street to view the Good Ol’ Days Parade.

 

 

Several drones were seen overhead during the parade. This drone, at Wall and National Avenue, got caught in some electric wires and fell to the ground barely missing these three small children a few minutes after this photo was taken.

A drone overhead at National Avenue and Main Street that got caught in electric wire and fell to the ground, nearly missing the three young children below.

Vendors selling food, goods and services lined North Main Street:

Maci Brock, Fort Scott, gets her face painted by Gaisa Westervelt, Columbus on Friday evening on North Main Street. Vendors selling food, goods and services lined the street Friday evening and Saturday.

The carnival, Red Garter Saloon and shows in Memorial Hall drew parade goers, following the Good Ol’ Days Parade Friday night.

An annual tradition, the Red Garter Saloon was located this year on Skubitz Plaza, just north of Main Street in downtown Fort Scott.

The Jared Daniels Band played Friday evening at Memorial Hall.

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