Junk in the Trunk
April 19th 12:00 to 4 PM
Swimming Pool Parking Lot
Free to everyone - No cost to sell your items
Jayhawk Blast Fundraising Concert
The Good Sam Club Band - American Rock and Roll with a Little Country and a Little Blues. A wide variety of songs including Buddy Holly, Chuck Berry, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins, the Allman Brothers, the Grateful Dead, George Jones, Conway Twitty, Moe Bandy, Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, Rory Gallagher, Hank Williams Jr, BB King, John Lee Hooker, Elvin Bishop, The Nighthawks, The Swinging Blue Jeans, Jimi Hendrix, The Who, Count Basie, Charley Parker, and Eddie Cantor.
Location: 4H Building at the Fairgrounds
Food Service starts at 5:00 pm
Concert starts at 7:00 pm
Concert Tickets can be purchased at City Hall or pay at the door
-Children 12 and under: $3.00
Pulled Pork Sandwiches or Sloppy Joe with baked beans or slaw and drink $7.00
Hot dog with baked beans or slaw and drink $5.00
Sandwich only $5.00 Hot dog only $2.00 Drink only $1.00
Dinner and Concert Adult $12.00 Children 12 and under $9.00
City Wide Clean Up
Week of May 5-9
More Details can be found here.
City Wide Garage Sale
May 23-24, 2014
Call 795-2202 to have your garage sale placed on the map.
Maps will be ready on the 21st of May.
Junk in the Trunk will also be this day.
Please register for Groupcast!!! It is a free service to let you know of any emergencies (boil orders, tornado warnings...). Please contact City Hall at 913-795-2202 or register online.
"Mound City is the most picturesque town in the state. It nestles close under the shelter of Sugar Mound which extends in the form of a crescent around the east and south sides of the town. Beautiful wooded hills are to be seen in every direction, with fertile valleys and winding streams between. On those hills grow thousands of hard and sugar maple trees. He who has not visited this quaint old town in the fall of the year after the frost has kissed the leaves of these sugar trees, causing them to blush as with maiden modesty, has not seen the real beauty spot of Kansas." - J.T. Botkin