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2nd Story Festival of Arts & Ideas

Dates: April 27, 2018 - April 29, 2018
Recurrence: Recurring daily
Address: 231 E. Wall Street, Fort Scott, KS 66701
Phone: (620) 223-3566
Time: 2:00 PM
Price: Events are FREE or various prices to cover materials.
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Schedule of Events Friday 2-4pm Art of Brewing, Tour & Tasting of Beer Flight $10pp (must be over 21, ID required), Non-alcoholic Tour & Tasting $5pp 3-4:30pm Trolley Tour of Public Art in Fort Scott ($8pp), leaves from the Chamber, 231 E. Wall St. - limited to 22 people 7pm Improv Comedy at Common Ground Coffee Co. with FSHS Thespians ($5 suggested donation): Join us for a night of laughs as the Fort Scott High School Thespian Improv Troupe performs comedy sketches created on the spot using audience suggestions. Saturday 9-10:30am Trolley Tour of Public Art in Fort Scott ($8pp), leaves from the Chamber, 231 E. Wall St. - limited to 22 people 9-11am Mimosas and Painting Workshop w/Brittany Morris, Boiler Room Brewhaus, 102 S. National Ave. - south back entrance, ($30pp includes one beverage, ) - limited to 25 people 9am Enameling w/Kris Bohanon, First Presbyterian Church Zimmerman Hall ($25pp) - limited to 10 people 9-10:30am Comedy Improv - Improvised Theatre Techniques & Games - FSHS Thespians & Director Angie Bin (1.5 Hr. Class) Have fun getting an introduction to creating comedic theatre on the fly! No experience necessary, Sleep Inn Conference Room (FREE - donations welcome to FSHS Thespians) 9-10:30am “Art as a Business” by Marc Willson, Empress Event Center, FREE 9am Block Printing workshop with Rip Harrison , Papa Don’s Celebration Room, 10 N. Main St., ($15pp) - limited to 15 people 9:30am Art Workshops for Young People Ages 6-11, FS Public Library · Oogly Monsters with Clay w/Myrna Minnis: unique & personalized clay creatures ($5pp) - limited to 20 people 10am Scratchboard w/Chris Woods , Lowell Milken Center, 1 S. Main St. ($25pp) - limited to 15 people 10am Literary Workshop: Writing & Publishing Children's Literature w/Lori Baker Martin, Common Ground Coffee Co., FREE 10:30am Art Workshops for Young People Ages 12-18, FS Public Library · Oogly Monsters with Clay w/Myrna Minnis: unique & personalized clay creatures ($5pp) - limited to 20 people 11am Block Printing workshop with Rip Harrison , Papa Don’s Celebration Room, 10 N. Main St., ($15pp) - limited to 15 people 11:30am Literary Workshop: Writing for Tabletop RPG's (Role Playing Games) w/Bartholomew Kick, Common Ground Coffee Co., FREE 12:30am Art Workshops for Young People Ages 6-18, FS Public Library · On the Fence: Stitching with Metals & Fabric w/Allison Dey ($5pp) - limited to 20 people 1pm Enameling w/Kris Bohanon, First Presbyterian Church Zimmerman Hall ($25pp) - limited to 10 people 1pm Scratchboard w/Chris Woods , Lowell Milken Center, 1 S. Main St. ($25pp) - limited to 15 people 1pm Literary Workshop: Romance Writing as an Exploration of Healthy Relationships w/Lynn Caldwell, Common Ground Coffee Co., FREE 2-3:30pm Comedy Improv - Improvised Theatre Techniques & Games - FSHS Thespians & Director Angie Bin (1.5 Hr. Class) Have fun getting an introduction to creating comedic theatre on the fly! No experience necessary, Sleep Inn Conference Room (FREE - donations welcome to FSHS Thespians) 2-3:30pm “Creative Placemaking: Building the Artist Community in Fort Scott” by Marc Willson, Empress Event Center, FREE 2-4pm Art of Brewing, Tour & Tasting of Beer Flight $10pp (must be over 21, ID required), Non-alcoholic Tour & Tasting $5pp 6:30-8:30pm Festival Finale Event & Fundraiser at Nate’s Place, 750 S. National Ave., ($25pp) includes heavy appetizers, dessert & cash bar (Awards for the Student Art Competition will be presented and artists participating in the festival will have art for sale) Sunday 2-4pm Art of Brewing, Tour & Tasting of Beer Flight $10pp (must be over 21, ID required), Non-alcoholic Tour & Tasting $5pp