Submitted by James Wood
Holmtown Pub has many exciting things happening in June. We will be unveiling our new menu, which will feature the favorites of old and some new healthier choices for kids and adults alike.
Holmtown Pub is located at 206 N National Ave and can be reached at 620-223-1477.
We have your traditional bar menu; burgers, steaks, salads, wraps and the best porkchop in town.
We will continue our community friendly hours of operation throughout the summer.
Our kitchen hours are Monday – Saturday, 11 am-10 pm and Sunday 4 pm-10 pm. We welcome everyone during our kitchen hours. Our bar hours extend later into the evening and could be as late as 2 am, and patrons must be over the age of 21 after 10 pm.
Exciting upcoming events:
Friday May 31st – We welcome a local favorite “Shades of Blue” from 9pm-1am, they play of mix of Blues and Classic rock favorites.
Saturday June 1st – We welcome another local favorite “The Barnstormers, featuring BJ Pruitt”, from 9pm-1am. They are a Red Dirt band with a mix of classic country and rock hits.
Saturday June 8th – We will be the final stop for our local Fort Scott Fire Department annual Ride. All riders are welcome and Registration is noon at Fire Station 1, with kickstands up at 1pm. They will go on a 100 mile ride and finish at Holmtown Pub. There will be live music at 5pm from “Royce Hyer”, with the “Dirty Bourbon Band” playing at 6pm. They are supporting a local family, Jack and Stephanie Lockwood, with Stephanie’s fight with cancer. There will be a gun raffle between bands.
Saturday June 15th – The 5th Annual TATA Ride will finish at Holmtown Pub. Registration will be at 5 Corners gas station from 9am-10:30am, with kickstands up at 11am. They will ride throughout Southeast Kansas and finish at the Pub around 5pm. There will be a large number of silent and live auction items as well as some amazing raffle items. The auctions will begin when they arrive at Holmtown Pub. They will have some live entertainment from 7pm-11pm “Pickleback” a local group from Girard, will be playing some great music. The TATA ride supports Care to Share, the Sharing Bucket, a local organization that helps all families fight cancer with a variety of services.