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Beefiesta is a free barbeque as well as beef tasting booths held during the Scott County Free Fair all sponsored by the cattle producers of Scott County, agriculture related businesses, and the Chamber of Commerce.
Thursday - Free Barbeque at the Scott County Fairgrounds - 6:00 PM. Saturday, Enjoy beef prepared in a variety a delicious ways at the Beefiesta Beef Tasting Booths, City Park, 12-2 PM.

Beefiesta

Address : Scott County Fairgrounds Scott City KS
Phone : 620-872-3525   (Always call and confirm events.)

Email Address : sctt@pld.com

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Admission Fee : Free

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